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aidbse

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aidbse or dil.ie/847

 

n used of some kind of singing or chanting . Though not inflected as n-stem prob. a use of aidbsiu, q.v. aidbsi .i. aircetal .i. duan for binnius ut est aidhbsi co ndliged i n-arduib ar inchaib, O'Dav. 16 (see Ériu xiii 39.20 cited s.v. aidbsiu). argairt gnimu de adbsib airbrib aidblib, ACC 49 (RC xx 180). `aidbsi' dano ainm in chiúil no in chronáin dognítis irmor fer nErenn intan sin cid hed do-s-corad immalle, ib. (O'Cl.). See SGS vi 189 f. rīg oc Domnall dord oc a.¤ / adand oc caindill calg oc mo chailgse `Chormusik', ZCP xix 198.3 (= Corm. Y 69 ). amal roghabh ind aidbsi i nDruim Ceata, Auraic. 1472 . lasamhain uadh aidhbsi chanting is the illumining of poesy(?), Ériu xiii 18.19 (see 38.24 cited s.v. aidbsiu). ?ailche do aidhbhsi, 23.19 . aitte, oirgne, a.¤ cheóil, Metr. Dinds. iii 20.265 .

cepóc

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n ā, f. panegyric sung in chorus (`possibly of an erotic character', Chadwick, SGS vi 190 ): mná ōentama Ulad . . . do gabāil chepóce . . . co n-ērbrat: Fer Loga mo lennān-sa, Sc.M² 20.11 (a chepoige .i. a sianain, v.l.). ní ruc na cepóca cé ruc na heocha, Hib. Min. 56.y . aidbsi ainm in chiúil, no in cronáin do gnidis urmhor bhfer nErenn in tan sin; ┐ cepóg a ainm ac feraib Alban amail atpert in file Albanach:— Ferr moladh righ Lóicce / do denum ar chepoícce, Manners and Customs iii 371 n. Freq. of the eulogy of the dead: ro haghadh a cepoc ┐ a cluichi caintech ` death-chant ', RC xxiv 282 § 24 . dogen a cepoic . . . / ┐ . . . a guba, 284.11 . cepoc cainteach, CCath. 1146 . in duan dorigni ar cepóig don ríg, Celt. Rev. i 304.z and note. cepoche .i. graece cae ┐ bo .i. laus etc., O'Mulc. 213 .

? 2 córus

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Last Revised: 2013

 

n (? Lat. chorus) chorus, choral singing (?) : co cuala in gilla fogur … c.¤ cainiuda ┐ torsi, RC xxvi 8.6 . aidbsi (.i. corus cronain), LU 328 n.a (ACC) .

crónán

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n o, m. (cf. Engl. croon(?), Plummer MS. notes) hum, purr, drone; crooning : cia doneidis cronan coir, ZCP xiii 264.4 . aidbsi . . . ainm in chíuil nó in chronáin dognitis irmor fer nErenn, ACC 49 . cronan canas [úasa] chreit (of Cú Chulainn), LU 3804 ( SCC 37 ). ceol bec .i. cronan no certain bec, Auraic. 1474 . tógbhaid coimh-shéis crónáin i n-a gcoinne, DDána p. 384.18 . do ch.¤ san g-cill níor shámh ` humming ', Oss. iv 214.12 . c.¤ snagach, v 90.25 (see n.). fear crónáin a gcluais a mhic, PCT 160 .

Of animals: cronan ina inde (of a cat), O'Dav. 241 . ar mhatha leis féin ghnidheas an cat c.¤ , Oss. v 90 n. cronán dhaimh dhuinn ` belling ', BS 58.16 .

As vn. coicetal na mara . . . ac c.¤ ┐ ac congháir, SG 265.29 . batar . . . ac c.¤ fo'n samhuil sin `singing the Cronan', Oss. v 92.4 .