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cuclaige

Cite this: eDIL s.v. cuclaige or dil.ie/13429
Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: cuiclige, chluiche

, f. vn. of 1 con-clich, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 493 . See GOI 48 . Also cuiclige, cuicilge, Bretha 53-54 . act of shaking, tottering; tossing, tilting, whirling about: bidh cruaidh cuiglidhe in se `a severe shaking' (at the end of the world), Blathm. 945 . cucligi in talman occa thochur dar aird ┐ dar cenn `the shaking', Ériu ii 138 § 137 . crith ┐ cuigligi do gobail in domain uili, Celtica ix 48.4 . a chuicligi oc forlaimm a gaiscid, BDD² 512 `whirring movement' (Gloss.) = a chluiche , BDD 57 (LU). ni dlegar dín cuclaigi . . . / ra fomorchaib feidm, LL 10596 `the swaying (of the chariots)', TBC-LL² 3156 . co ndernsat na heich cuclaigi moir fon carput made a great stumbling (?), Lism. L. 2326 . bai ind arc for cuclaigi the ark was tilting ( 2 Samuel vi 6 ), SR 6673 . in aírcc testemain for c.¤ moir, LB 130b4 . carbuid hi cuicligi (rhet.), BDD² 1057 . ? fuil aratair ocuicilga 'a wound caused by a plough-team when colliding (?)' Bretha 24 § 4 . Fig. ferr coimsetu cucilchiu (MSS cucilche, cucailce, cucuilgu) 'appropriateness is better than turbulence', BFF 84 § 6.53 . for costuthaib cuicilche 'from the restraints (?) of collision', AM 10.69 .