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? boarucht

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n (? cf. ): b.¤ .i. bannae cedguine, O'Curry 87 ( H 3.18, 65 ). b.¤ .i. banda cétguine , O'Mulc. 185.

? calusach

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adj Cetguine c.¤ , Fen. 6.1 . ? Cf. calaois.

cétguin

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n (1 cét- + guin) first wounding ; severe wounding, slaughter : cedghein .i. céd ghuin. is uadh cédghein a laighnibh, etc., O'Cl. neimh cédghúine, Ériu xiii 21.3 . debtha . . . im chetguine muicce, LL 7776 (TBC). is e Fraech fodesin rucc a cetguine uile (of hunting), TBFr. 16 § 5 . co rohuicc secht cētguini `murderous blows', Fianaig. 12.12 . ba gnath buaidh cecha cedghuine ag an cConn sa first encounter(?), Hugh Roe² 310.18 . coica cetguine , Ériu v 212.111 .

1 cocraid

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Forms: cocraiter, cocraither, cocraithe, cocraide

v (cocur) IGT Verbs § 43 . In earlier lang. occas. as depon. (cf. con-cuirethar) resolves, determines, discusses secretly; conspires . Doubtfully in: cocrathar urchonn urthach, O'Curry 1770 ( 23 Q 6, 37a ) = cocraiter, O'Curry 1060 ( H 3.18, 438b ) = cocraither, O'D. 1956 ( Eg. 90, 7a ). anetail na cocra cert, Laws iii 34.2 .i. nad chocertann cert, 19 Comm. = coccra .i. gabail, O'Dav. 506 . See cocraide. In literary texts: cocrait 'na mbráthreib a brath (of plot against Joseph), SR 3131 . ba C. cocrustar, Anecd. ii 72.15 . cagar rocagratsan, ZCP viii 206.1 . giugraind gergga cocrait gáir, wild geese call in unison, LL 38010 ( SG 365.z ). ic fled B. ro cocrathad gl. ro lámadh / cétguine C., RC xxiii 326 § 19 . tacarar, cocarar co cairtt nat cumscaighther, Anecd. ii 73.14 . cip aitt a cocarar (cocartar v.l.), 75.7 . nā cocair in fell, KMMisc. 262 § 15 . cograit hé `they plot against him', Celtica iv 14.125 . ro chocrumar comairli do dénam, Acall. 6497 . do chogair creich 'n-a chreich mhóir `gathered a plundering party', Dán Dé ix 30 . do chogair ┐ do chaoinchomhairligh aige féin gan dol `determined', ML 26.14 . ro cogair E. fris a menma uime confided her feelings to him, BNnÉ 107 § 27 .

Part. cocraithe. Vbl. of necess. cocraide.

commaídid

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v (moídid) boasts (of), vaunts, triumphs (over), cele- brates: dáig in chind rochommáidset, Metr. Dinds. i 18.56 . bidh íatt Laigin chommaidhfer (leg. -t) / a bas who will boast about his death, Anecd. ii 21.z . comlann catha commaeides (rhet.), SG 251.25 . commhaidis an cenn `he exhibited the head in triumph', Caithr. CC 78 . croiceand in tuirc isa cetguine rocommaidius, TTebe 357 . in tan . . . dogéna almsain nach ascommáid = noli tuba canere ante te, PH 5946. 6047 . tug druim re gach ndobhuaidh / . . . gion go gcommaoidh though he boasts not, DDána 98.14 . See commaíded, commaídem.

In more general sense asserts: mentions : amai chomaides-som . . . is-in t-shoscela, PH 5310 . do sheacht gceathrair nar chomhmaoidh, Content. iv 44 . ?comsaigim no comáidim iat isin runn gl. consadu. Fél.² xxxi 20 .

As compd. vb. is C. conmāide / bás Conrúi, ZCP iii 41 § 1 .

lámaigid

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Forms: lámaid, lamhaigh, lámugad, lámachtad

v (lám) also occas. lámaid. touches, handles : mairg nosgrádaig, nos lámaig `caresses' (of women), Tec. Corm. 54.122n . tainic chugumsa / neach romlámhaigh-si, BS 94.6 . creach dh'iath Luighdheach do lámhoigh he had in his hand, O'Hara 2009 (`a creach raided L's Land'). caidhe an cion náchar lámhuigh / mar chion Bhaile an Bhruthmháluigh the spoils which he did not handle, LBranach 1663 (? leg. lamhaigh: Bhruthmhalaigh). as maith an truma atá san maothail-si ┐ ni laimheóchatt féin go maidin í I will not touch it, RC xxix 220.5 (`I will not venture'). sguir diom, a duibhdiabail / . . . na lean me, na lamhaigh, ZCP i 133.w . tig trú dhuaibhsech . . . ┐ lámhuighidh go heasaontach na deóraidh handles roughly, TSh. 3743 . bean do lámhaigeadh Leith Cuinn who controlled, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts 29.1 . ro lámhaigheadh Sémus las an Ridire impisidhe (i.e. an uaimh) go ro gabhadh lais é was roughly handled with respect to it, AFM vi 2262.2 (`this [cave] he seized on J.').

Also attempts, undertakes (influenced by lamaid): fāth far lāmhoigh . . . beith re daonnacht, Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1919 v 92 § 5 . fleid Belcon rolamad / cetguine Cet maicc Magach, RC xxiii 308 § 19 (taken as rolāmad: Māgach, Wortk. 179 ). ní lámhóchaid Teach M. dó fhágbháil attempt, Atlantis iv 184.34 . a rú co crích nír cuired / clú líth arar' lámuiged `her purpose was not brought to completion wherein fame for feasts was sought', Metr. Dinds. iii 56.40 . See lamaid.

Vn. lámugad, lámachtad.