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caínid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. caínid or dil.ie/7839

Forms: caíned, caínti

v (We. cwyn, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. i 125 ). IGT Verbs § 71 .

(a) With personal object laments, bewails (death of), `keens ': coínti a ndúnad n-ule Fraech, LU 5235 ( TBC-I¹ 758 ). con ro choiniur crist, Blathm. 145 . caoiniostair cach a primghein (of slaying of first-born of Egyptians), 79 . rochain a chommam, Trip.² 161 . [a]n frim, orsí, coro chainiur mocheile, RC viii 62.11 ( LL 13539 ). Fraech . . . is ed cháinmaid-ni, YBL 58b13 . caínfitit túatha Érann `the tribes of the E. shall keen him', Metr. Dinds. iv 306.32 . Ferdub oc Trustin tóeb-glain / rocáinte na caemṡaeglaig `their equal date was lamented', iii 76.134 . mairg súile . . . na rochainsetar he (of suffering Christ), PH 3310 . níor chaoin a chlann (of Job), DDána 46.16 . trí meic Tuireann — tearc nar chaoin, 64.27 .

(b) With other objects (sin, calamity, etc.) regrets, deplores, weeps at: innaní choínte gl. deplorantium calamitates suas, Ml. 29b4 . coínid gl. deplorat quod . . . , 30d4 . co nu coined gl. peccatum . . . deploraret, 32b13 . coineas gl. ista quae deplorat, 102a23 (see GOI 57 ). coinde gl. deplorantium . . . adversa, 126d5 . cointer golgat gac duine, Blathm. 125 . coínis in lobra a galair, LU 10756 ( TE 12 ). cōinis a himned pris complained of her trouble to him, ACL iii 1.14 . in cath i mBrí Cobthaig Cóil / cōintit ile, cóintit cóim, ZCP xiii 375.1 . níor chaoin I-óib a othra, DDána 46.15 . mo chlōine . . . / co roc[h]ōine mē, ACL iii 232.14 ( Ériu vi 113 § 6 ). chaointear leis na naoidheanaibh (of original sin), TSh. 2594 .

(c) Intrans. With prep. DO: follus . . . co cáined in doman do bás M. = ejusdem mortem lugeret, Lat. Lives 99.8 . i torchair tricha cét caínid / do na trēnaib, LL 23606 , taken as cheville `bewail them', Arch. Hib. ii 59 § 16 . Absol.: cóinmi gl. ingemescimus, Wb. 4a23 . ro chaoinsiot . . . / dia bfesdaois a deghduili, Blathm. 67 . cūinfider hūas Cúalgiu beinn / domnach etir dī calaind, ZCP xii 236 § 54 . dia na-cainedh if she had screamed, Laws v 274. 15 Comm.

Vn. caíned. Vbl. of necess. caínti.

cáinid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. cáinid or dil.ie/7838

v (cáin, O'Brien, Celtica iii 172 ) reviles, rails at, reproaches : cía nomcháne ol C.C. nít génsa fo bíth Fergusa, LU 5658 ( TBC-I¹ 1181 ). mairc hUltaib ol niscainedar angle (rhet.), TBC-I¹ 3426 . cuinghidh . . . ḟir chaines, ḟir cainter, Ériu xiii 17.29 . dia mbuailter iat no dia caintiur (of sons of kings), Laws ii 156.12 Comm. comēt dam mo thenga[id] . . . / nār' cāiner araile, ZCP vi 259.16 . mairg duine cāines clēirech, ACL iii 222.12 . cáinis a chomdhalta . . . eisium trít sin rebuked him because of that, SG 58.6 . cainit na naimh co hegair, Fen. 128.4 . fer do c[h]āinius can c[h]inaid, CCellaig 717 ( SG 61.6 ). tríath rom-cháin, ZCP v 523.24 . níor cháin an fear, níor aor ibh, Ir. Syll. Poetry 46 § 8 .

Vn. cáined.