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aisil

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Forms: aisel, aisle, aiseal, -li, -il, aisil, -le, -il

n also aisel. g s. ind aisle , Laws i 132.24 Comm. aiseal f. (g s. and n p. -li, d s. -il), IGT Decl. § 54 . aisil f. (g s. and n p. -le, d s. -il), § 150 . See Lochlann ii 224 . See Hermathena xcix (1964) 49 - 51

Part, division, joint. Of body: asil gl. artus, Sg. 68a2 . dim cēt aisle, dim cēt ḟethi, dim cét cnámha, ZCP vi 258.16 . sē haisle didiu fil ōthā ind meōir co halt na gūaland, Corm. Y 447 ( Anecd. iv 38.1 ). joint of meat: rannais D. assil tṡailli hi cóic tóchtaib, IT i 41.9 . tuc assill isin coire dó, 19 . dorat . . . B. in n-aél 'sin coire ┐ dobert nói n-aisle d'oénbéimmum anís, RC xiii 58 § 51 . fir in baili dligus aisill loin cach mairt, Laws ii 232.13 Comm. cethri aisle senshaille, MacCongl. 117.24 . Of land: aisil .i. rann, ut est acht aisil do thír frisi-ssuithither. Nó aisil .i. inatt, ut est a comcisnib aisli i clanntar crecht .i. biaidh iarmbrithemnus ann iar comdechsain in inaid in ro glanatht (sic) nó in ro clannadh in crecht, O'Dav. 90 . Of part (of the ornament?) of a sword: claideb . . . co n-a ṡecht n-aslib do dergór ina dessaib, TBC-LL¹ 204 (claideb . . . esnaid óir and, v.l. LU). Of shields: sciath co n-ocht n-aislib findruine, IT ii1 177.92 . doforni oen na n-aisill isin luaith .i. luaithrindi ainm in renna sin, Ériu v 72.20 (making of Cú Chulainn's shield). Cf. aisli .i. faobhar, ut est rinnaighecht i comuaim dá aisli , O'Dav. 57 . ? mas amail aisled is amail cetsceinm, O'Curry 925 ( H 3.18, p. 405 ). ? do-sóigh re táobh caisil cloch / aisil óir gu hÁodh n-eangach, IGT Decl. ex. 1992 . Of cloth: aisle sróil deirg strips(?), IGT Decl. ex. 1375 . In pl. fragments, pieces: iomdha tuir aoil 'n-a n-aislibh `many the white castle overthrown', Aithd. D. 37.36 . tor na aislibh eatorra, IGT Decl. ex. 1348 . go ndearnattar cotanna croinne . . . ┐ blodha bearnacha . . . ┐ aisleagha cearta . . . do na craoiseachaibh, Eachtra Uill. 3016 .

clannaid

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v (clann)

(a) plants, sows : clandaim gl. obsero, Sg. 146b8 . clandaim gl. obseris, Thes. ii 228.33 ( PCr. 60b3 ). rob clandad `ye have been planted' gl. radicati [estis], Wb. 21d6 . amal bid claind no clantis air is sonairt atreba ní clantar `as though they had planted a plant, for what is planted dwells firmly', Ml. 63b9 . roclann Pátraic [aball] i nAchad inna Elti, Trip. 232.18 . acht ni ro clanda a lam fadesin . . . .i. acht in ni ro saidestar a lam bodein, Laws v 500.13 . ani clannus a lam fein . . . itir ubla ┐ arbur, 502.13 Comm. clandaid fedha isna muighib cor'bad caillte, RC ix 16 § 4 . dobiur lim cóer ndeirg co nusroclandus i llubgort, Ériu iv 134.4 .

(b) Of begetting of children: clanais . . . Sarran Babona co ro tuismeadh leó .u. meic, Todd Nenn. 180.3 . Adam. Seth . . . / Eua Olla . . . / ro chlandsat claind, LL 16457 .

(c) Of a weapon etc. plunges (in), thrusts (in): doticsa a delg asa brut ┐ clandti inda gruaid `drives it into her cheek', Mon. Tall. 150.27 . co c.¤ . . . a gae . . . ind, Rawl. 82a36 . uair ro clannustar an ccraoisigh . . . tria na sliasait, Leb. Gab.(i) 226.15 . nos-clanna in sciain ind, Fing. R. 327 . gor clannsat a n-airm . . . ina torc ( torc .i. craidhe, ZCP v 494 ), ACL iii 311.6 (B. na f.). co clandaind in cloidem-sa trit chride, MR 42.13 . By extension of the wound itself: i comcisi[n] aisli i clanntar crecht `in which the hurt is planted', Bretha 30 . Cf. O'Dav. 90 .

(d) Very freq. of driving in, fixing stakes, houseposts, setting up grave-stones, etc.: co clandad leo in ime, Laws iv 140.z Comm. corthe no chlantais in tan bad maidm n-imairic. car[n]d im̅ fochertitís in tan bad n-orgain, LU 7031 ( BDD 67 ). co ro clantar mo lia ┐ co ro hagthar m'oenach ṅgubae, Rawl. 130b28 . cepp i clandta do indeuin `a block where thine anvil might be planted', Mon. Tall. 134.7 . clannais liic and sin i talmain, LL 22276 . fail sund gabuil . . . / . . . / giá lin ros cland i talmain, TBC-LL¹ 730 . cor chland cleatha and (as a sign of taking possession), Ériu xvi 66.82 . airm a clannfai[de] a lecht, Dinds. 6 . roclandad . . . pupall Domnaill, Ériu v 236.81 . roclann C. an cétcleath i Clúain. Atbert C. . . . ic sádhudh na clethi, Lism. L. 4379 . Dia romc[h]lann i cceirt gan chonn `thrust me in rags', BS 40.12 . Hence, buries: i ṅAchud cháin clantair / Nathí, Fél. Aug. 9 . clanntair .i. adnaicther, O'Dav. 453 (citing prec.). an té i dTráigh Lí is clannta, Ó Bruad. iii 204.13 . ? Cf. also: fer clandas cuithigh i tír a chéili `that digs a pitfall', O'Dav. 472 , but perh. read claides. See 1 claidid.

(e) Hence also, settles, establishes (oneself) (trans. and intrans.): is tre ḟīr flaitheman cech comarba cona chlí inna caīnorba clannus, ZCP xi 92 § 16 . i flaith Chríst ro clandad / ochtmoga cáin ciṅged, Fél. Feb. 14 . Hūi Gabla Roīrenn . . . co clantais co Āth Lethnocht so that they used to settle as far as A.L.? Corp. Gen. 34.28 . gabais Cobthach cīaso chīan / clandais slūago, ZCP xi 108 § 4 ( LL 7357 ). caidhe a lín for sét īar sain / dia rochlann i mBretanchaib?, xiii 3 § 5 . crich for clandsad a chuiri, BB 36b27 . ? clandtar cirb' airligther cath conceard tuindi im morthír toirtheach, 40a54 .

(f) Fig. establishes, settles (of laws, institutions etc.); implants: cid clannas aile? Noil ┐ iuail `what settles the stake? An oath and prescription', Laws iv 142.1 Comm. mad senaigter cise noail no clanna? `if it be denied, by what oath shall it be settled?' 3 Comm. clandad dliged, Tec. Corm. § 2.11 . ní inna n-aicniud ro chlannad molad Dé, Lib. Hymn. i 71 n.37 . manab dib cumachta clanntar, Leb. Gab.(i) 254.6 . eneclann, arindī clantar i n-inc[h]aib duine, Corm. Y 531 . ? for i ni clanntar don oigh ina henech, in eneclann, Laws i 228.29 Comm. (`what is due to the virgin for her honor'). inī clannus i n-inchaib dib so uili, 120.30 Comm. (`which is levied for the protection of . . . '). Plummer, MS. notes, suggests `arises, proceeds from, accrues'. do Ḟergal / clandad chomram, LL 23438 (`who established glory', Arch. Hib. ii 51 § 12 ).

comcaisiu

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n, f. vn. of con-aicci. Somet. with -chí- (infl. of simple vb. ?), -g-. On Mod. Ir. cóngas etc. see Éigse xiv 54 - 5 . act of examining, viewing; examination, diagnosis, opinion, advice ; remedy, cure: i comcisi[n] aisli i clanntar crecht `after(?) inspection ', Bretha 30 .i. comdecsain, gl. 5 = a comcisnib aisli , O'Dav. 90 . coimcisnib cainbreth, O'Curry 68 ( H 3.18, 24b ). co coimhcisi caoinmesa, 2407 ( Eg. 88, 32(33)a ). mani riastais [na légi] chucaisom do c[h]omchisin, TBC-I¹ 2768 . do choimchisin C., 2777 . ga cumcaisi . . . doberi ḟormsa? prognosis, TBC-LL¹ 4403 . isí sein cumcaisín etc., 4406 . comchissi cen ainchiss `a painless examination' (a doctor), Triads 119 . do choimcighsin a choss to have his feet looked after, Hugh Roe² 36.18 . conad hí ar comcisiu . . . naco ṅgebthar . . . our view is that, LL 32429 ( TTr. 1624 ). dobēr-sa cumgaisiu duit . . . cīa cumgaisi ōn?, MacCongl. 125.29 , 31 . dligthi-si dul tar cumgaisi chaich d'forrach Ulad against everyone's advice(?), MR 142.14 . ? ro ling in fūir . . . .i. Tesiphone, a cumgaise a chride, do chuimhniugadh . . . dó, 32.6 (see TBC-LL¹ p. 628 ).

comúaimm

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n (1 and 2 úaimm) act of sewing together; joint, seam, junction : mullach cinn .i. a baites no in comuaim `suture', Bretha 2A . ar-roemuid dar roeib do madcomuanna a chind ┐ a chlocind, Corm. 36.26 = ba cosmail batar coíb a inchinde a roemaid dar roeib do mad comuamanda a chind ┐ a chloicind, Anecd. iv xiv.11 . dar comḟuammannaib a chind, LL 11089 ( TBC-LL¹ 4282 ). cur[o]bris comuaim ┐ comhdlúthugud luinge a bidhbad, CCath. 2038 . a comuamanna `bolts', 2077 . aisli .i. faobhar, ut est rinnaighecht i comuaim dá aisli , O'Dav. 57 . Fig. comuaim necalsa fri tuaith union of church and state, Laws iii 32.2 . comhúaim retha esci im rith ṅgréne, ACC 61 Comm. ( RC xx 256 ). caid cach rét co canóni comuaim congruence of sacred text, Corm. 11.33 = mad fri canóin[e] comūaim, Corm. Y 291 . comúaim coimgne harmonizing of synchronisms, Tec. Corm. 3.19 (comuaim .i. comceangal, Tec. Corm. cited O'Don. Suppl.). Comuammann na nGenelach (title), Corp. Gen. 137.1 . So also: F. . . . foúair / .xl. iarna comḟúaim (length of a reign), LL 15324 . ? comūaim can a enech, ACL iii 295 § 29 = comúaim cána enech `to conform with the canons of honor', Jn. Celt. Stud. ii 98 , 105 . comuaim . . . ┐ coibnes ciallaide na liachtan-sa, is e leth is aentadach fri Matha co dú etc. context, PH 4406 (see at(t)oíbi.

Metr. of alliterating words at end and beg. of quatrains (see 1 fidrad): iter da choumuaim fidhraid, Auraic. 3872 . remshuidigud óenshillaibe eter da chomfhuaim fhidraid . . . ced . . . (verse). Is é in desmerecht andsin .i. ced eter dered ind raind toesig .i. lond ┐ tossach ind raind tan[aisi] (leth), 5363 . lourrca fuach . . . reimtsuigiugad detsillaebach bis riasna da chomuaim ica saorad ar da gne .i. fogair ┐ claon ceille, 4880 . Betw. couplets: ita in comuaim amal ata fidh airedha in lethraind toisigh ┐ in lethraind deirig, Auraic. 3946 . Cf. comuaim naisnéisin .i. uaim cumaidhe . . . a tosaigh re deiredh, O'D. 849 ( H 3.17, 603 ). ? conagar dno isin aip[g]itir bunad o æn, ┐ airic o deda, ┐ a cor a tredhe ┐ a comhuaim fri ceathardu `confirmation', Auraic. 1020 . Of metrical composition in general: fri comuaim n-uad, Auraic. 3538 . ? cen comuaim tomuis dligthig . . . acht tomhus fri cloais . . ., 3588 . ar annsatas a comuama . . . seoch na haistib eile because of its intricacy (a metre), O'D. 1196 (H 2.15, 80a). i gcomh-uaim fileata `in poetic measure', Content. v 20 . Cf. con-óigi.

1 ocht

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indecl. num. adj. eight . As adj., eclipses the initial of a follg. subst.: ocht n-aisli , Corm. Y 447. ocht n-aimsera, PH 6892 . o.¤ mbíastai, FA 21 ( LU 2147 ). o.¤ ngemma, FB 51 ( LU 8675 ). oct ṅdelbae ┐ oct ṅgné, Sg. 166a1 . ocht nduirn, Laws ii 238.10 . o.¤ clettíni, TBC-LL¹ 2556. iar forba ocht láa, PH 5658. o.¤ penginde, 3213 . o.¤ sillaba, Corm. Y 447. With art.: na hocht coire chenna the eight capital sins, PH 8033. celebrait na ocht trath, FA 7 ( LU 2010 ) = na hocht tratha, LB. na hocht sailm, Hib. Min. 4.125 . huanaib oct-sa from these eight (words), Sg. 90b8 . Absol.: cis lir lanamna docuisin la Feine? A ocht, Laws ii 344.2 (= Stud. in E. Ir. Law 3.10 ). a ocht deac ar chét (gl. cxviii), BCr. 32d2 . a hocht déc eighteen, MacCarthy 186 § 1. ocht ṁbliadna sescat sixty-eight , SR 2257. Multiplying a follg. numeral: ocht fichti, TBC-LL¹ 4944. ocht cét laéch, CRR 48. dá ṅ-ocht cét (= 1600), Fél. June 22 . In dates: i n-ocht Kalaind Mái the eighth day before the Kalends of May, PH 1438. i n-ocht Id Enair (i.e. January 6), 6920 .

Used in compds. (a) with noun, chiefly in names of metres: ¤bricht, IT iii 98 § 159. ¤chasbairdne, 89 § 115. ¤fichtech pertaining to the number 28; having 28 parts: ocht-fhichtech é, muna bisex in bliadhain, ocus mad bliadhain bisex is nai-fhichtech, MR 112y (of the zodiacal sign Aquarius). acht ginmótha oct-fichtech Feabra nama, MR 108.12 . ¤ḟochlach, IT iii 57 § 108 . ¤randaigecht, 80 § 54. ¤rindaird, 90 § 123. ¤slisiu: sleg ochtshlision 'a spear made from eight splittings of wood', BDC 106.44 .​ (b) generally with adjs. derived from nouns: ¤c[h]obradach `eight-bossed' (of a shield), CCath. 5313. ¤slisnech: do ochts[h]lisnig úindsend, MacCongl. 95.24 (as subst.). ¤ tairrngech (epithet of a steed), IGT Dec. ex. 730. ¤tédach having eight strings; as subst. ā, f. used of a musical stringed instrument: tall a ochttedaich mbic chuicci, ZCP v 500.10 .

1 secht

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indecl. num. adj. Nasalizes follg. initial.

seven : s.¤ quasi sept, ab eo quod est septim , Corm. Y 1143 . it s.¤ cét gl. DCC, Thes. ii 29.33 ( BCr. 42c2 ). co cend s.¤ lathi na sechtmaine, CRR 53 .

I As adj.: s.¤ maicc Cathboth, Thes. ii 240.17 (Ardm.). it s.¤ ṅ-ocht gl. septies octoni, ib. 20.36 ( BCr. 33a5 ). tír dá s.¤ cumal, Críth G. 153 . céssad s.¤ mbráthre, Fél. July 10 . s.¤ n-aisli . . . seacht ndēalt, Corm. Y 447 (p. 38.6 - 7 ). Every article in the Heptads begins: ataid secht n- . . . e.g. atait s.¤ ratha la Feine, Laws v 224.1 . atait s.¤ ngialla giallaither la Feine, 216.17 . don athgabail a mbia s.¤ cumulu déc `the distress in which there are seventeen `cumhals', i 224.3 Comm . deich ríg ar s.¤ fictib ríg, LU 6527 . ní thuar sibh na seacht dtighe `the Seven Mansions', Aithd. D. 56.20 . isna s.¤ n-eladhnaibh . . . saera, Stair Erc. 970 . anmanna . . . na seacht Sácramuinteadh ┐ na seacht bpeacaidheadh marbhtha, Donlevy vi 6 .

Probably this number had some magical significance: secht ndoruis isin bruidin ┐ secht sligeda trethe ┐ secht tellaige indi ┐ secht cori, Sc.M² 1 . secht meóir cechtar a dá choss, TBC-LL¹ 1371 . secht meic imleasan i rīgrosc Con C., TBC-I¹ 2611 .

seven times : uisci co .uii. tes na tene seven times as hot, RC xxiv 374.18 . cérba tróm in tóisech, i[s] sechttruma in dédenach, MacCongl. 61.16 . nem uar aigreta . . . as glaisiu cach ligdath, as sechtuairiu snecta, Ériu ii 110 § 27 . mo shoighníomh . . . | gomadh seacht gcoimhlíon é is m'olc, DDána 42.15 . múr as seacht ngloine ná grian, Dán Dé xxvii 20 .

fo s.¤ seven times : acairbiu hé fo s.¤ andá tír na pían fessin, LU 2221 ( FA 29 ). maircc aga mbeitt na táille | . . . maircc fo ṡeacht . . . don tí . . ., Irish Texts iv 189 § 21 . é fēin do nighe fá sheacht i sruth Iordáin, TSh. 1820 . rommain Gabriel gobo secht, KZ xxix 374.y .

II Used absolutely: cis lir fuillechta for suidib? A s.¤ , Críth G. 317 . dligid cumail fora s.¤ | dó a díriu dán, 464 . As subst. a group of seven things, a heptad : cid dinig di inchaib neich inna .vii. sa these seven things, Críth G. 307 . arná torthaiset isnaib sechtaib hi tuitet enech cáich, 303 . coir a n-airimh 'na sechtuibh, Lism. L. 3292 . oén for trí s.¤ doriacht and | . . . `one and thrice seven came thither', Metr. Dinds. iii 98.25 .

? To this: cia seacht sisat sidh gan eagla | cís ní doghair oes eiscí, IT iii 62.11 = cia du i luidh fúinedh greiniu? | cia seacht siecht sith gan eccla?, Leb. Gab.(i) 264.12 (glossed: i fearonn mhaith co siothamhail, gan uamhan).

Compds. In compds. secht normally lenites, but see secht-(n)delbach below. (a) with adjj. derived from nouns, and with past participles; (b) with nouns in the singular meaning usually sevenfold , but somet. the conception seems to be plural.

(a) ¤airdech bearing seven tokens (?): cona srīan s., MacCongl. 122.33 (`seven-pointed', Gloss.). each boccasach dubhghlas fái ┐ srían sechtairghech óir fris, Acall. 3776 v.l. (`worth seven herds', Gloss.). ¤amserach of the seven ages (?): Senach s., IT iii 53.23 (= FS Mackay, p. 230 ). ¤blíadnach having had a reign of seven years : fa rí sona sechtblīadhnach, ZCP viii 108.18 = Irish Texts iv 42 § 1 . ¤chéimnech seven-runged : isin árud secht-ceimnech tarfas do Iacob eter neam ┐ talam, PH 8010 . ¤chosach having seven legs or supports : oilén secht-chosach, BNnÉ 90 § 194 .

¤(n)delbach having seven forms : di thetacht in spírto secht-ndelbich sin, Thes. i 496.27 (Ardm.). triasin spirut sechtṅdelbach, Ériu xi 105.4 (sechtdelbach, v.l.). in Spírta saér sechtdelbaig, SR 7112 . la handord chiuil sechtdealbaigh `with a song of sevenfold melody', Ériu ii 128 § 95 . canaid sin céol uii. ndelbach, RC xxiv 379.30 . isin chaindelbra shecht-delbach . . . i ḟigair . . . in spiruta sechtdelbaig, PH 5528 - 9 .

¤ernaligthe (part. of *ernalaigid, denominative of ernail q.v.): i ḟigur-sin na patri secht-ernaligthi `seven-membered petition', 8011 . ¤ḟillte sevenfold, containing or arranged in seven layers or folds : dī chūarán . . . do dondlethar sechtfhillte, MacCongl. 9.22 . triasin sgiath sechtfillte ┐ triasin luirigh tredualaigh, Aen. 3188 . nathair suaichnid sechtfhillti, TTebe 494 . ¤ḟilltech sevenfold : cia lín in uird sin. ní handsa. septiplex .i. uíí. filltech, LB 277a48 . lethansciath sechtfhilltech, Stair Erc. 1243 . ¤grádach containing seven orders : . . . ro-inshorcaig ind eclais secht-gradaig isin t[s]ollamain tshechtmainech-sa in Chengcaigis, PH 5530 . ¤legtha : iarann . . . sit[h]rigin sechtlegta `seven times smelted', CCath. 5243 . claidem cruaidhgher . . . sechtleghtha, Aen. 2500 . ? ¤monach, ? ¤maínech: master of seven tricks (?) or seven treasures (?): am dún díthogail | amhail anscuigthe | am lia luagmar | am sen sechtmonach, IT iii 53.27 = am sen .uíí. mainech, 54.17 .

(b) ¤bairgen a sevenfold loaf (?) or seven loaves (?): in t-étach budéin ar trese . . . ┐ in s. ar sechtmaidh ┐ in fled croligi ar mís, O'D. 1628 ( H 5.15, 16a ). gan s. rēill re cobair, ZCP ix 174 § 32 . ¤chaindel: nī bāiter mo ṡ. `may my seven candles not be extinguished', FS Mackay 230.15 (= IT iii 53.25 ). ¤chúairt sevenfold circuit : Used as predicative adj. is s. in nem (?) immon talmain imacuairt `the heaven hath seven circuits round about the earth', Ériu ii 110 § 29 . ¤díabul: seachddiabal suad 'the seven-fold of a sage ' UR 22.31 . ¤dígal sevenfold vengeance : fair doberthar s., SR 1996 . Secht-ḟili npr. meic Ṡechtfilead, BB 146e7 . ¤mac one of seven sons : co mair ria gairm ngel . . . | a ainm sel mar cach s., Metr. Dinds. iv 190.12 . s. robaí ac Dáire `a family of seven sons', 136.37 . rotréic sogairm na secht-macc (: acht, debide), 192.28 . ¤ord(d) `arrangement by sevens, a row of seven' (TBFr. Gloss.): ed a écosc in taige: sechtordd and, secht n-imdai ó thein co fraig . . ., TBFr. 71 . Or read secht n-ordd, Éigse xviii 93-94 . ? ¤sess a boat of seven benches, seven-bencher (?): vii. vii. sese 'seven seven-benchers' Celtica viii 101-2 .