crosad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. crosad or dil.ie/13125

u, m. vn. of crosaid. act of signing with the cross : on crosadh ┐ on coimhsigniuccadh dorinne aran righ, BNnÉ 202.6 . Of taking crusader's cross: ar na crossadh aroen, ┐ ar ná chinnedh dhoibh dul dont sruth, ALC i 254.18 . . . . D. . . . do c.¤ , Ann. Conn. 1227.14 (see note). F. . . . do hec . . . ┐ se iarna c.¤ `having taken the Cross', 1231.7 . a lecud ass iar na crossad dhó dul co hIarusalem `having been crossed to go to J.,' ALC i 234.1 (see n.). Of protecting, making inviolate, hence forbidding: ere ferann ut do beth againd . . . can fuaidred can crosadh, gan sgaíledh ailedh, O'D. 1957 ( Eg. 90, 7(8)a ). Cf. nem-crosadh, 1959 ( 7(8)b ). See fúaitriud. c.¤ mōna is feada denial of access to(?), ACL iii 240.y . gan chengal ag eschoitcionnughadh, nā ag crosadh = Interdict, RSClára 67a . ann ár naghaidh ┐ d'ár gcrosadh, De Imit. 88.1 .