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athchumma [io, n.] vn. of ad-cuimben. (a) act of cutting,
wounding, maiming: cauteria .i. aithchumbe, Wb. 1b21 .
iarna aithchumbu hí croich, Thes. ii 254.2 (Stowe M.).
70 figor ind aithchummi (athcumai v.l., LB 251a67 ) cosind lágin
in oxil in tuib deiss, 3 (ib.). adcumbe carnis gl. concissionem,
Wb. 23d22 . míach murlúatha fri haithchumba[e] n-áige
dia chethrai, Críth Gabl. 190 . ? hi cuic cumbui .i. cumbu
cuicdi insin .i. cuic aithcumme, ar is athchume do neoch in
75cin, O'C. 811 (H 3.18, 375a). hic athcumai ind sheisir, AU i
96.11 . is fáebur do a. ¤ , LU 2449 . na naídin filet ocá n-ath-
chuma, 2207 ( FA 28 ). athcumba ō bīastaib, Cáin Ad. 42 .
eisce ┐ beo-athcuma atcuimen corp, O'D. 868 (H 3.17, 621).
athcuma do chon lomnai, Laws i 232.3 . mad beo athcuma
80cethra, iii 356.19 . tech bo airech . . . a aithchuma fora
aursain, O'C. 810 (H 3.18, 374b). roghabhsat ag tinmhe ┐
ag trēn-a. ¤ aroile (of warriors), ZCP xiv 244.11 . do letrad ┐
a. ¤ in tshloig, Alex. 567 . atconnairc . . . a ec[h]rada ar n-a
n-athcoma do coin Domnaill `mangled by D.'s dog', Celt.
85Rev. iv 116.29 . bunneda borbba . . . icabar n-a. ¤ , LL 238b35
( TTr. 1623 ). daringni athchomma forru, 225a51 (ib. 602 ).
marb Mac Con di athchumu died of wounds, Fianaig. 40.4 .
claidmi . . . fri hatchuma cnes, Cog. 112.17 .
(b) act of refashioning, reshaping (cf. cumma): in t-ainm
roime a rí Chunga / maith fuarais é d'athchuma, O'Gr. Cat.
5 402.31 . gur cuireadh í i n-athchuma (of a deserted house),
DDána 116.2 . dá bhur nathchuma féin risna hainmiánuibh
`fashioning yourselves', 1 Pet. i 14 .

1 athchummaid xsee ad-cuimben.

2 athchummaid v(athchumma) reshapes: olc chuimhnighim
10mo chumann / aicnedh muna athchumam,
Ir. Texts ii 78 § 1 .

athchummaín n(commaín): ní ro léicc Rudhraige a n-athchu-
maóin uadha dia aimhdeoin `to be forcibly recovered' (of
spoils), FM vi 2326.21 . Cf. athchomaíniugud.

15 athchummair adj(cummair) concise, brief: trachtad . . . athcumair
do dénum, CS 2.5 . As adv. sgrúdaim . . . mo choinsias go
hathchumair, Parrth. Anma 783 . tig pailirthis go hath-
chumair i lonntréadach, Ó Bruad. iii 2.9 . as m'aisling do
shlím-bhíodhgas go h-athchumair, E. O'Rahilly 22.17 . As
20 subst. summary, epitome: atbert G. an athchumair so síos,
Hy Maine 12.30 . mad [ferr lea]t athcomair comáirmi do
dénam `a compendious way of counting', O'Gr. Cat. 291.31 .

athchummaire n f. (athchummair) brevity, concision: do mhian
na hathchuimere d'ionnsaighidh ┐ an eimheltais do seachna,
25 BNnÉ 274 § 250 and n.

athchummairecht n(athchummair) brevity, abbreviation: go
bhḟuigh tarbha . . . eólus ┐ athchuimireacht isin saothar so,
MS Mat. 552.25 . trácht ar éiclipsigh na gréine . . . le
h-athchomaireacht, Corp. Astron. 152.6 . gairde .i. ath-
30chumairecht, Triads p. 41 § 177 . achamaireacht a Breavia-
tion
, Eg. Gl. 702 .

athchummusc n(cummusc): gur scarastar na cetri dúile ┐
a diananam gu bráth . . . gan athcumusc i.e. his body and
soul parted never to be united again
, Caithr. Thoirdh.
35 23.21 .

athchumscugud n(cumscugud): tulborb fogragad na cruinni ac
athcumsgugad don choraid `being convulsed', TTebe 1285 .

athchumtach n o, n. (cumtach) rebuilding: an a. ¤ son gl. instaur-
atio, Ml. 135a8 . dogéntar aidchumtach tempuil less, Wb.
40 26a8 . dogénad a athcumtach, PH 3146 . do accubur a
athchumtaig, Ml. 118d20 . du choscrad in tempuil . . . ┐ dia
adchumtuch aithirriuch, Thes. i 489.36 ( Tur. 80 ).

athchumtaigid v(athchumtach) rebuilds: is heisidi ro athchum-
taig (roadcumtaich v.l.) in dún, Trip.² 2269 .

45 athchundrad n(cundrad) new covenant, change of covenant:
an duine do dhena an tathcunradh, O'C. 299 ( H 3.18,
164 ). gan athchunnradh do denum, 296 (ib. 163 ). nitat
meisi t'athcunnartha iar ngrene go lighi, 2409 ( Eg. 88,
32 (33)a ); 1084 (H 3.18, 443b).

50 athcumaing xsee 2 ad-cumaing (Add. and Corr.).

athdaingnigid v(daingnigid) restrengthens, confirms: do ath-
dhainghnigheadar a cconnrad, Mart. Don. xxix 16 . Vn.
do chengal a ccor ┐ d'athdaingniuccadh a síodha,
FM v 1378.12 .

55 athdáir n(see dáir) re-bulling: a luige don fir . . . cor daired
eige . . . ┐ co na tainic athdáir di (of a cow), O'C. 650 ( H
3.18 , 314 ).

athdál n(dál) second assembly: I. . . . is N. / cid athdal sind
árimh, Gorm. July 31 . Cf. attáil.

60 athdallaid v(dallaid): do hath-dhallta é `he was . . . re-blinded',
Hy Fiachr. 336.15 .

? athechtai: ind araile ech . . . a. ¤ (atetha v.l. IT i 277 ) íath n-etar-
maige eter mothru ┐ amréthi, LU 8632 ( FB 47 ).

? athechtar: ind ni inun cosc sair ┐ dair ┐ leth air tri losa a. ¤
65and, O'D. 2365 ( Rawl. B 506, 43b ).

athfac xsee athbach.

athḟás n(ás) act of growing again: a. ¤ fréimhe clann Carrthoigh,
Ériu viii 83.66 . a. ¤ aftergrowth, GJ viii 10b45 . ath fhás
péine, O'Cl. athbhadh.

70 athfir ?: n togaethfaid sochaide soifid iliu hé rofiastar i mbo
cen a. ¤ (rhet.), LL 13866 . Perh. for aithber.

athḟocus n(focus) (close) proximity: Faenicia fintar i fus / anaes
ina ha. ¤ , LL 16231 . i nat[h]foccus don tigh, CCath. 3336 . a
nathfhogus dó near him, ML 84.17 . ina n-athfoccus, FM
75 v 1860.z .

athḟoilsigthech adj o, ā (athḟoilsigud). Of the pron. ipse when
it `re-demonstrates' a person already mentioned: is prono-
men n-a. ¤ dóib ipse, Sg. 198a1 . ni cumcat camaiph ille
iste beta naithḟoilsigthecha dondí as ipse , 2 .

80 athḟoilsigud n(foilsigud) re-demonstration (of pronouns): aith-
foilsigud tertpersine gl. quod tertiae personae in id (i.e. the
pronoun ipse) transferri possunt, Sg. 198a7 . a n-aithḟoilsigud
sin, 8 .

athḟoircetal n(foircetal): d'athfoircedal in dímsaigh to warn
85the proud man
, De Contemptu 2019 .

athḟorbai nin phr. cuilend a. ¤ : do cuirethar cuilend athorbai i
ṅgabol (sic leg.) Ch. conatarla faen, Mór M. 10 (`a holly tree
puts a pointed branch
. . .'). a chuilind ind a. ¤ / ro lais ar
cossa amrai, 11 . Cf. forbba.