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círmaire

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n io, m. (cír : see Celtica xxi 232 ) comber or fuller of cloth; comb-maker : ciormhaire .i. fúcaire, O'Cl. cirmairi .i. cirait na hetaidi no do niat na cira, O'C. 2131 (H.4.22, 86½). mac in ch.¤ allus chír `let the comb-maker's son follow combs', Ériu ix 49 § 33 . nochon uaras a gealughudh / co n-arm caembuide cirmure comber , IT iii 104.27 . mesce chīrmairi, Bruchst. 30 § 66 . cerdda ┐ c.¤ ┐ cennaige esinraice, LU 2217 ( FA 29 ). aird an ard re ceardcae ciormhaire, TFrag. 222.y . ro chuir an ciormhaire (glossed fúcaire) a congna amach, z. tréde neim- thigedar c.¤: coimrith fri coin hi[c] cosnum chnáma, adarc reithi do dírgud . . . , dichetal for ochtraig co rathochra a mbí ina íchtur for a úachtar do choṅgna ┐ cnámaib ┐ adar- caib, Triads 117 . cerd cīrmuire, ZCP viii 208.19 . cairemain, ┐ cirmaire . . . saeri fir midbad doib, Laws v 106.18 . c.¤ .i. doniad in cirmairecht, 20 Comm. cairemain is cirmairi, Met. Dinds. i 26.174 . nī raib úaid acht cairem ┐ cirmaire `let none spring from him but shoe-makers and comb-makers' (curse), BColm. 66.7 .