cned

Cite this: eDIL s.v. cned or dil.ie/9740
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Forms: cnedh

n ā, f. cnedh f., IGT Decl. 39 (91.16) . wound, etc.: glas na cneid (a s.) `discoloration nor sore', Bretha 24 .i. dub, n. cen cneid ngalair `without ailing wound' (of virgin-birth), Blathm. 4 . logh othrusa na cneidhe, Laws ii 32.z Comm. c.¤ o failiugadh suas . . . c.¤ o fuiliughadh sís a bleeding wound . . . a livid bruise(?), iii 138.9 , 12 Comm. nach cnead be[s] slan re mesaib, iv 48.14 . ic dígail ar c.¤ , LU 9903 . a cluche c.¤ `game of wounds' (funeral rites), Metr. Dinds. iii 50.35 . co cneid wounded, LL 375b25 . Adam con-immud achnéd (: dognéth), SR 1410 ( Wortk. 37 suggests athchned). ba chnedaib Crist zounds! PH 7324 . bel na cneidi the mouth of the wound, Rosa Angl. 240.z . ar seán gcneadh `propitiously', Content. xxx 31 . Coll.: sgaoilidh cneadh a cuibhrighibh wounds burst from their bandages, LBranach 859 . a lan cneidi ┐ galair, Stair Erc. 2505 . Note also: an c.¤ darub aimn sginannsia, Mackinnon Cat. 33.11 . don cneidh chléibh `abscess in the side', O'Gr. Cat. 274.30 . leighis cneadha m'anma (addressed to Christ), DDána 13.5 . ? Of an incision made by a surgeon: dena cned eile fan innas cédna don taib tis 'make another incision in the same way lower down' Celtica xvii 116 § 10 .

In phr. is c.¤ la: antan . . . nach c.¤ libh bar mbráithri . . . do beith hir-retaib forbasaibh `ye do not deem it . . . sad', RC xxv 392.17 . c.¤ lem an lúathglacadh (of passion of Christ), ZCP viii 205.29 . Prov. ag codlad ar a cneid sen ignoring her (i.e. Ireland's) troubles, O'Gr. Cat. 479.5 . do choideóladh sé ar mo chneidh, Dánta Gr. 46.31 .

Compds. at cuala . . . cnead-osnadhach comeigin Congail `loud groans', MR 260.9 . See also cneidṡicne. With adj.: roineimh na gcló gcneadharsaidh `of the wounds inflicted . . . of old', Aithd. D. 65.18 .