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con-midethar

Cite this: eDIL s.v. con-midethar or dil.ie/12212
Last Revised: 2013

Forms: conamadair, conamadhair, cunamadir, connammodair, conammidir, -commadair, conaimidur, conaimmes, conaimes, conamess(a, conammas, conamus, conæmdetar, conaimdetar, coimse, commus

v (* com-mid-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 578 ). The forms found are consistent with those given under midithir, ad-m., ar-m., etc., but perf. particle is -ad- perf. 1 s. conammedar, Wb. 26b21 . 3 s. conamadair, O'D. 667 ( H 3.17, 488b ). conamadhair, Ériu xiii 14.4 . cunamadir, xvi 182 § 31 . connammodair, SR 6761 . conammidir, LL 4995 . -commadair, Auraic. 5112 . 5116 . ? conaimidur, O'D. 537 ( H 3.17, 432 ). Pass. conaimmes (sic leg.), Laws iii 44.13 . conaimes, i 150.14 . conamess(a, Bretha 11 . conammas, Ériu vii 142.1 . conamus, Laws i 40.19 . 3 pl. conæmdetar, ZCP iii 24.29 (Trip. xviii). conaimthitar (conaimidetur, v.l.), IT iii 187.14 . ? conaimdetar, O'Curry 779 ( H 3.18, 365 ). ní comdither nech a daim .i. ni commeitedhar, 1988 ( H 4.22 24) , Ériu xl 30 .

(a) is competent, able; rules, governs, controls : conmidethar gl. principatur, Ml. 121c18 . ishe dano cotammidethar ref. to dominari, 17b2 . at etha . . . / ot mac conat midhetar `who has them in his power', Blathm. 138 . is é dorosat . . . ┐ cotamidethar . . . na huile (of God), ZCP iv 242.5 . is tre ḟír flathemon con-tūatha móra midetar are ruled, xi 81 § 10a . nad coimmestar som gl. nequierit, Ml. 127a19 . ní faigbistar fer and conmestar / a aes who could equal, LU 8445 ( FB 30 ) = conmessed, TBC-LL² 729 . ce conmeisen . . . / daoine betha, Blathm. 146 . acht com-meissind-se mo maccu, Fing. R. 498 . ma conmeasaind, Anecd. i 13. 1 ( SCano 405 ). mac . . . / conmessedh atreidisiu `who could do', Blathm. 5 . cu cuimsed Dia . . . forsoirad gl. quoniam Deus uos liberabit, Ml. 33b21 . nibae dib cotacoimsed anyone who could vie with them, SR 5387 . bes cotmidfider cach a bé dim airddi perhaps my height will be kept under control (moderated?), LU 9198 ( FB 92 ).

(b) adjudges, estimates, appoints : conidmidethar som . . . ammod `he regulates her portion', Mon. Tall. 149.14 . forsin mesair conmidetar an anmcharat (sic) `prescribes', Ériu vii 150.8 . cona coimdether, O'Curry 57 ( H 3.18, 20b ). cotmidem uli . . . is let a cauradmír, LU 8986 ( FB 74 ). it sain maim conmidither, Ériu xvi 183 § 36 (leg. it sain-maíni con-mitter? Ed.). conmidhither do chách . . . a ndire, xiii 39.x . ar comititer alta uad fri haltaib in duine `are equal to', Auraic. 1956 . ní cuimmse limm dano . . . mu mét. —Commaitte, ol P. adjust (it), Trip.² 1770 . committi són amal bas maith latt arrange, LU 5228 ( TBC-I¹ 750 ). ? nach coimdedh beas mo logh etc. `no one can seize', Laws ii 14.19 . cene conmesarsa olseseom `as long as I shall give rules', Mon. Tall. 129.30 . conmeser a ngnima, Laws iii 336.5 `thou shalt measure', Gloss. conmessar `thou shalt assess', Bretha 28 . cid fotæ an ree conmestar doib `the period prescribed for them' (of sins), Ériu xix 58 § 5 . fut ngair conmessad ocind audpairt , Corm. Y 756 = cotmeissed `he may judge himself', Corm. Bodl. 8.11 . indas inna aithrige conmiastar ar nérlam `our patron shall determine', Ériu i 195.6 . sí con-míduir bantellach `it was she who estimated female entry' (of Brig), Celtica vi 228 ( Laws iv 16.1 ). issed conmidir Máolruaoin do Máoldithruib `what M. prescribed to M.', Mon. Tall. 141.24 . arra . . . conmididir C.C., RC xv 491.y . conmidir a tindscra .i. miach óir `she fixed her bride-price', Fianaig. 6.17 . mobi . . . ┐ colum cilli conam(b)idir a n-arra-so, Ériu xix 64 § 24 , cf. hite arra conarmidedar in noib, RC xv 488.29 . ba fir do Sin cona midir (sic) nat . . . `when he adjudged', Laws i 120.18 . conaimes doib demhniughadh, Ériu xiii 17.16 .

Part. coimse. Vn. commus.

See coimsigid.