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adannta

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part. of ad-annai, kindled, lighted: a shútrall adanta o thenid na peccad, PH 8249 . caindel ciartha adantai, Ériu v. 120.22 . rochraithistair aithindeda adanta, TTebe 1365 . in chaindel adanta .i. Cuchulaind, TBC-LL¹ 502 . bid caindel ard adanta, (of a person), BColm. 10.30 . redla adhanta enigh ┐ engnamha (of a chief), AFM iii 98.9 . rosc n-airárd n-adanta, TFerbe 40 . gruadh adhanta nár hadhnadh (wife of MacSweeny), TD 27.42 . As subst. in concrete sense: feib no bedis adhanta tened . . . ic uliloscud in baili, CCath. 784 .

áindle

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Forms: áin(n)le, Áinle, ainnle, Andle

n m. Also áin(n)le. Áinle (: atámne), Metr. Dinds. iv 10.23 . ainnle m., IGT Decl. § 2 . Also with short ă- (difft. wd.?), cf. aindli (: taidhbhi), BB 53b16 (15) ( Stud. Hib. iv 70 ), and also perh. TFerbe 280 (16) ( graibre (: airne), Metr. Dinds. iv 388.21 ). hero, warrior(?): Failbe ánle (aindle, ainle, anle, ainli v.ll.) Íae `Failbe the hero(?) of Iona', Fél. March 22 . forgla curad ┐ caithmiled, anle ┐ anraid, Aen. 1906 . da ainle, 2061 . caindel ┐ ánle ┐ dretel na hvile hAsía (of Alexander), TTr.² 473 . ro bhu dhual do[n] aindli ég, BB 53b16 . ?ba maith ri cách do gráibri / is derb ropat degairle (no derganle), TFerbe 280 . As n.pr. Ainle sochla slúagach, Fél. June 21 . Ainnle (one of the three sons of Uisliu), Rel. Celt. ii 236.25 . g s. Andle (Aindli v.l.), IT i 77.19 (L. mac nU.), Ándle (Ainnli v.l.), 78.28 (ib.). Aindli sapiens Tíre da glas, TFrag. 134.12 .

1 cáem

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Forms: cáomh

adj I o, ā

(a) dear, precious, beloved; belonging to the family : gaibid immib a n-etach macc cóimsa amal no ndad maicc cóima gl. sicut electi Dei, Wb. 27b16 ( GOI 224 ). im chorpu aiso coim `of their loved ones', Ml. 65c3 . inna gell choima .i. in maicc són `the dear pledges', 123c9 . co Críst coem tar dili `dear beyond affection', Fél. Ep. 66 . caem cách co hÉtain, BDD² 44 . caem incele coimshearcach, IT iii 12 § 19 . carthannacht cháomh, Párl. na mB. 2726 . ba caeom (coem, v.l.) do chlu, TTebe 3383 . In sense of noble (see II (a) below): beritt a n-aithbíu ┐ a marbu cóemu condicce airther R., Ériu iii 141.204 . In n. pr. Echtra Condla Chaim (title of a tale), LU 9991 . Conla Cáem, LL 13447 . mael caem, name of a metre, IGT Metr. Faults § 92 . Of objects dear, precious, valuable : cid cóem cid dichóem (of furniture). Críth G. 225 . sét cáeim, TBFr. 330 . cet[h]ri dorais ind cen brōn / bith oc ōl tria bitha sír / turib ciprib ūair is cæm / cōel fo tuighib d'itib en (of a house), ZCP viii 108.14 . ro dilaitriccsiot a ttemplu caemhu cumhdachta, Cog. 40.27 . cathbarra caem, Stair Erc. 735 . Of clothes: tlacht caom, ML² 499 . lenti . . . coema, Cog. 160.30 co n-edaigib caema . . . ar[a] eochaib, TTebe 4437 .

In phrase is c.¤ la: la Crist . . . / . . . it cóimseom they are beloved by Christ, Fél. Sept. 2 . nipo chóim less frinn gl. qui etiam proprio Filio non pepercit, Romans viii 32 , Wb. 4b12 . doberar fīn dō . . . corbo mesc ┐ asber fris, ba cōem leōsom a llindsin, nī tobrad acht ere .l. fēn leō they considered that wine precious, they had only brought a load of fifty carts(?), TBC-I¹ 1536 ( LU 6004 ); whence, mistakenly, caem .i. beg, ut est: ba caem leósum in linn, Ériu xiii 67 § 79 . coemh no caomh .i. beag, O'Cl. caomh .i. beag, P. O'C. Note also: caem .i. terc ut est inti dia mbi caeimiu in cethra .i. is terci, O'Dav. 484 , corresp. to: dia mbi caime in cethra, Laws iii 464.4 Comm. O'Curry 1388 ( H 3.18, 630ab ) adds: uair caem gach diuir ┐ diuir gach terc etc. = 230 ( H 3.18, 125 ).

(b) fair, beautiful, lovely : it cóema na heich am cóemsa dano a maccán ol Cu., LU 5070 (TBC). mo chú ch.¤ chain, TBC-LL¹ 530 . laoch caomh, TBC St. 4228 . cuirp coema, Cog. 178.12 . a M. in c[h]rotha caímh, ML² 47 . caomha na cláir ad-chífe lovely the lands, DDána 66.4 . fuinn chaomha Caisil, 74.14 . rath na cathrach caoimhe, Keat. Poems 1508 . grís chaomh ar car a smáile, IGT Decl. ex. 1066 . an mhaidin chaomh, ML² 1670 (see also , compds. infra). Of speech: coil ┐ cóim `simple and beautiful', Sg. 26a10 . briathra cóema cúmtaigthe, PH 314 . fitting, suitable, appropriate : ma do ti dam caem, Laws i 122.7 Comm. Of gender: aicned caemh . . . is i a sron no a suil na mna. Aicned n-eitigh . . . is i a fhiacail no a bhel na mna i.e. a.c. occurs when the parts of the body cited agree in gender with the sex of the person, Auraic. 598 , 3129 . ruidlius do indsge aiccenta caom. Dilius do indsge aiccenta euccaom, 3708 . Adv. ríg Connacht c.¤ doscomort `well he smote them', Arch. Hib. ii 62 § 50 , cf. coemh .i. coimhéimh .i. coimhésgaidh, O'Cl. caomh prompt, ready, willing , P. O'C.

Compar. ingen ríg bad chaímiu oldás, BDD² 79 . dírimm bas choímiu, TBFr. 47 . .ix. mna comiu mnaib, BB 355a19 . ben robo caoime cruth . . . inas, Stair Erc. 5 . Superl. ba sí . . . as caemeam . . . de mnáib domain, BDD² 41 . fer . . . as caíme di laechaib Hérenn, 959 . daoine . . . is caoimhe cruth, Measgra D. 16.13 .

II Subst. o, m. cáomh m., IGT Decl. § 96 .

(a) friend, relation; comrade : cach óen scaras . . . fria chóem ┐ a charait, LU 4506 ( TBC-I¹ 23 ). dia chaim no dia charait, SR 4144 . ni aithgnead cóemu na cairdiu, LU 5921 . dia ch.¤ .i. dia chloind ┐ dia shetchib, LB 143a35 . cen choim cen gilla, Rawl. 142b1 . d'furtacht chaeím, na coiccele, AFM vi 2266.17 . síol gCéin ba caomh d'éileachaibh, Content. xxix 26 . Cf. sainchóim ind ríg gl. maxime fidelium, Wb. 28d5 .

(b) noble, aristocrat : caemh .i. uasal, ut est caiti faill caem? . . . .i. in t-uasal cen fiallus manchuine ica comét, O'Dav. 521 . coem .i. comes .i. coemtechtaige rīg .i. nī bī fer dond rīg quam illi unde caem dicitur , O'Mulc. 235 . coim Ereand, Anecd. i 3.10 ( SCano 53 ). eter rígu ┐ chaemu, BDD² 53 . in tan con-gair Fīnsnechta / cucai a chōemu huile, Corp. Gen. 77.17 . do rochair for rí ┐ do rochratar for coím, LL 276a35 . oc togerad c.¤ nErenn, Dinds. 117 ( RC xvi 68 ). na diamra ro chrech in c.¤ , LL 4364 . áilim Mothairén in breo / tabrad ceo darm' chaemusa (: Aengusa), SG 389.42 . blaī būaid cuirmthige co coīmaib the privilege of the ale-feast with nobles (one of the occasions on which a lord is exempt if subjects are hurt), ZCP xi 93 § 28 . Hence used of company, entertainment : caem .i. fledh (quoting the prec. ex.), Ériu xiii 66 § 68 . caomh .i. fleadh, P. O'C. banchóem female noble , see 1 ben. By inference(?): cóem .i. fili [ut est] a chóemu cláir Cuinn cóemfind. O'Dav. 363 . caomha .i. eolaidh no uaisle, O'Cl. ni coí crábaid diar caemaib, LL 591 ( .i. d'eolchaibh, Leb. Gab.(i) 66.16 note). Cf. maccoím.

(c) fair or beautiful object or person: 'sin choem chomardach, LB 124b11 = 'san chaomh chomhordhach, Keat. iii 2054 (of a flag). 'na chaomh béime a beauty of a stroke, Párl. na mB. 3261 . baili na cluinter caem na failti na cumsanad, YBL 86a8 . teacht i gcaomh chaomhnach ar gcairdis ghrinn, Hackett² xxvii 2 . Of a person: rap í in ch.¤ a chetmunter the beautiful one was his wife, LL 17766 . Maodócc an caomh cneis-réidh `M. the fair', BNnÉ 261 § 221 .

Compds. Of family relationships: caomhathair, caomhmathair, caomhaide, caomhmuime, caomhbhrathair, caoimhsiur, caomhaindear, caoimchele, caomcomalta, go mba hógh go lúi lethdire, dia mbeid aoinbheóil aoinchiche etc.., Ériu xiii 16.14 . ben cen caemchéile spouse, CCath. 2233 . dia chaomh chenel fein, AFM iv 1374.1 . ní fhágfadh ben dinn 'ga coimhfher mate, Ériu i 16.12 . ón ti is comfocus do da caimfine, Laws ii 284.15 Comm. accomul a comuir doib re caemfine, 358.19 Comm.

General. With nouns: ar a chaomhairilleadh, ┐ ar a deighbhésaiph, Hy Fiach. 76.2 . caembachall fri hursclaidhe uadh (weapon for a cleric), Laws iv 360.21 Comm. at soer im cach coemcha[i]ṅgein / amal iasc bis hi trethain, SR 8195 . addeoch-sa na coemcainle (caindel) saints, LL 1021 . Cirine cruit coemhchiuil, Gorm. 30 . manid gau dó tria choemcheilg because of his lucky snaring(?), SR 2866 . tria choemchēil, Fing. R. 660 . tucsat ar coemching hi cacht, LB 228 marg. inf. cliath ra heclais mairg dogní / do neoch danáil a chaimchlí, LL 19301 . ata muir imma coemchness, Rawl. 77b32 . fri inmescad cóemchóecat, LU 8889 ( FB 68 ). mo shaoth a chaomh-chorp i gcróchor, Keat. Poems 19 . im chóemchostud na fledi fair arrangement of the feast, MU² 211 . ferr cīall inā cæmchruth (prov.), ZCP vi 260.23 . in cú ruadh . . . / comad táisech caemchuaine leader of a fair pack (used ironically), SG 57.2 . oslaicfitir coemdoirsi, SR 8189 . dúthracht cennsa ┐ . . . / cāemdūdracht, ZCP viii 215.2 . cupáin aici is caeimeascra, Acall. 783 . A. cóemfer, Gorm. Apr. 16 . ar fedh caomh-fód (fhóid, v.l.) a chrioch féin, BNnÉ 259 § 218 . ar egnairc na caom-geine (of Christ). Ir. Lit. 98.1 . As n.pr. do Chaemgen, LL 27272 . coro chuired re Cond cóemgleó, 3252 . car an chaoimh-láoi, RC xxix 112 § 7 . Flaith Fáil car an cháomhlaithi / ag car áir na hénlaithe, IGT Decl. ex. 132 . i fhorbtha . . . in chaem-laithi cedna, MR 106. 12 . Eua co coemlí, SR 2082 . caomhloisi .i. caomhlasair, O'Cl. amal timsaigit oíc . . . ceatra for carrcib co cáemlucht cruaid, Alex. 358 . dho chaomhmaisi an chlobhsdra `decency', RSClára 44.14 . coemrád, SR 2750 . nírop seóta sír-thaiscius / sernas do cách caémhratha `who apportions good grants to everyone', Leb. Cert.² 150.24 . a Chú cosin caemriagail, TBC-LL¹ 3672 . co mbad chennach dia cóemréir, LU 4296 ( SG 84. 25 ). no co cumad a caemrus (:tūs) `compact', Fen. 362.2 (see rús). in ghleiri caemshluaigh (of a poetic company). Auraic. 2229 . domun cona choemsoillsi, SR 8191 . dorochair di a coemthlacht, 1296 . nogegainn mo chōimthoga, ZCP vi 267 § 11 . oenanart tairsiu anechtair / coemthoracht cia comnertaid, SR 4286 . coemthuicsin cach neich, 8000 . cáomh-thúarasgbhail na banoighe, Ériu v 88.24 .

With noun forming adj.: Cathbad cóemainech, IT i 68.14 . coemainech cloth bán, 70.2 .

With adjj.: inghen cruthach caomhaluinn, RC xxix 140 § 61 . rigon . . . chaemcasto, IT i 145.5 (corresp. to cæmgasta, ZCP v 502.16 ). mac d'Airectonius caemcialla Tros, BB 412a21 . Críst cóemdil, Trip.² 1631 . Cirill crinna caemdruin, Gorm. March 9 . cathmīlid cōemḟata, Corp. Gen. 8.10 . fer cáemḟuar, Mer. Uil. 250 . in ingen chéilligh c[h]oimghenmnaigh, Ériu v 148.30 . carn-ḟolt caomh-ghlan, Keat. Poems 68 . cen gúasacht coemnar, SR 1037 . co coimsolom, BB 45a16 . banscal cruthnach coemtrebar, SR 6296 .

With adjj. derived from nouns: a Ch. chaemchlessach, TBC-LL¹ 3542 . ar miasaib coimdenmacha cruindi, TTebe 468 . o chloidheamh . . . coimealtach, IT iii 12 § 19 . Caillin caemfertach, Fen. 194.15 . Ō C. caemhfhuighlech, Caithr. CC 85 . cáemgnéach (of a hero), LL 6700 ( RC xxix 211 § 2 ). coemhichtaig .i. coemgnimaig gl. cumachtaig, ACC 42 ( RC xx 176 ). taidiu corach caemlindtech. Acall. 2674 v.l. a ccuanta caomhthurcarthacha, AFM vi 2362.19 .

With verbs: .vii. ṁbliadna a coic ro chaemchaith, LL 14962 . cororcoemchinni co gle / nitgluase, nitchumscaige, SR 1619 . cia crabud nar caemfhuill `did he not lovingly increase', Gorm. Sept. 23 . naomhcathir . . . cus caomhthathaig an muir mall, ZCP x 53.12 . With partt. fon sruth coemcoisrectha duly consecrated, TTebe 3608 . sciath . . . go ttri rothaibh caoimhdhentha credumha, ZCP x 279.21 .

caindel

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Forms: coinneal

n ā, f. (Lat. candela). coinneal f., IGT Decl. § 54 . candle, light : c.¤ a caindela .i. ōn chainnill, Corm. Y 272 . adand oc cainnill .i. deróil oenchainnell bec hi farrad cainle more, LU 333 . solus be choindell may the candle shine, Corp. Gen. 189 note . c.¤ for caindelbrai, Críth G. 181 . tri imglaice do cainnlib cona toimsib techtaib . . . tumud na cainnell a [n]geir, ZCP xiv 355 § 13 ( Laws ii 250 - 52 ). go secht coinnlibh ordoibh, Blathm. 222 . cainebar . . . / lethdeog fri caindli sorcha by candle-light , Anecd. i 14.16 ( SCano 480 ). íar feis fri caindlib sorchuib, Lament 100 § 22 . boltnogud cind óenchainle dina cainlib sin, LU 2059 ( FA 13 ). gaibid in tene an cainnil, O'Mulc. 20 . dligid sin Brīan tūs coindle, ZCP viii 231 § 24 . fulaiṅg c.¤ d'airi marb, LL 27866 . féil Muire na ccoinnell Candlemass , BNnÉ 61 § 81 . Prov. niba coindel fó dabaich dogén dímm, Trip.² 530 (cf. Matthew v 15 etc.). do las an choinnil, IGT Verbs § 121 .

Of the use of candles in the ceremony of excommunication: cuirther fa choinnlibh an mart i necclasaibh an choitcinn `the heifer was put under the candles in the churches of the community (i.e. the thieves were excommunicated)', ZCP x 20 n.7 . gan chúrsa coinne chum cuinneal do bháthadh i.e. he did not fight a duel that would incur excommunication, Hackett² xliii 98 . tug . . . coinle báite ar bhuidhnibh, xxxvi 93 . See also caindelbáthad, etc.

In fig. and transferred senses. Of persons shining light, paragon, hero etc. : in ch.¤ do muintir Dé . . . .i. Senán Insi Cathaig, Trip.² 2426 . ceithre condli Críst (of the Evangelists), KMMisc. 256.16 . da ánchaindil gascid Gædel, TBC-LL¹ 3771 . ba c.¤ cecha claisse the light of every assembly (of an abbot), Bruchst. 53 § 118 . M. mac A. . . . coinnel enig ┐ engnama, Ann. Conn. 1232. 8 . c.¤ cacha hairechta re t'eladhain, Acall. 7752 . is í an bhanóg . . . / coinneall chéire, Aithd. D. 99.9 . Of weapons (see Fraech 21 n. ) : cúicroth óir ┐ c.¤ rígthaigi úas cach ae (of a spear), BDD² 882 . caindell rígthaige na láim go féthanaib argait ┐ co fonascaib óir, TBC-LL¹ 5190 . is hí in t-ṡleg atchondaic ina láim in Ch. Chuscraid, 5226 . da chaindill gaiscid di ṡlegaib coicrinnechaib illáim cech ḟir díb, TFerbe 29 . in Ch. Nuadat, name of a shield, LL 12511 ( Ériu iv 28 § 17 ). Various: is sí c.¤ ardustá / in lía lógmar, LU 3688 ( SCC 33 ). do chonnac dá choinnil naomh / . . . / éasga is . . . / an ghrian, Dán Dé xxix 23 . cainnle na mbalg mbuan, SG 245.41 `the stalks (of the birch) that bear the constant pods', ii 278 .

In legal contexts: fir as caindell incoisc hi suithghernsa set `a proof [witness?] which is a candle of demonstration', BCrólige 58 . atait secht fiadnaise . . . ite secht mbeocaíndle and so forosnad gae cach rig, Laws iv 52.9 . mataid fiadhin ann, a dul fein do cannill rem soillsi, co rabidar na turbaidh sin ann to the person who swears first(?), Laws i 300.33 Comm. ( ZCP xv 328 note ). caindell atai in gléfisa, 36.29 Comm. teora cainnle .i. naidm ┐ rath ┐ fiadnaise, O'Curry 468 ( H 3.18, 246 ). teora coindle co agu athcomairc .i. do berar dilsi a feraind uadha ó faisincidter (sic) in treighe taitnemach so amail cainnill fais, O'D. 1958 ( Eg. 90, 7 (8)ab ). in c.¤ in cuirmtig[i] fon mud cétna ma táit fiadhain and secib cainnel do gnét di, is a bith air, ┐ maine fuilet fiadain and, is a dénam don fir amuig conid cainnel duthrachta, ┐ a beth air, O'D. 1657 ( H 5.15, 22b ).

In names of plants: molena .i. in coinneall Muiri, ACL i 326 § 44 . blionia molena adhon in coinneall muire, RC ix 227 . cainneall Mhuire the herb mullen, torch-weed, or high- taper, P. O'C. roisg ar snuadh na gcoinnleadh gcorr, A. Ó Dálaigh x 3 and note.

Compds. ¤báthad, see separate article. da ḟer móra gaindelderca (caindeldercai, v.l.) with blazing eyes, TBC-LL¹ 4395 . a Condlai . . . muinbrec cainelderg, LU 10006 ; 'ruddy like a candle' (play on the name Condlae Rúad) CMCS xxx 49 n. 30 . cæca cloidim . . . coindelgorm, ZCP xiii 175.23 . a Chlidna chaindel-grúad, Metr. Dinds. iii 212.34 .

caindelbáthad

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n ( caindel + bádud) excommunication : meic mallachtan . . . ar n-a connelbathad do lamaib espoc, Ann. Conn. 1236.16 . 'nar thuitis a ccoin[n]ealbháthadh, Mac Aingil 3388 . go gcuirfidís coinnealbháthadh air, Keat. iii 5381 . an coinnelbáthad sin (of Mahomet's prohibition of wine), Maund. 61 . See also under bádud.

caindelbrae

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Forms: coindealbra

n (Lat. candelabrum). coindealbra m., IGT Decl. § 2 . candle-stick, cresset(?), candelabrum: drochta, caindelbra[e], scena buana aíne . . . caindel for caindelbrai (cainilbrath MS) (furnishings of the house of a `mruigfer'), Críth G. 177 . caindelbrai quasi caindel fuirre [nō] candelabrum , Corm. Y 279 . caindelbra .i. de[i]l direch for a mbi in breo taithneamach i tigh cach duine, O'Dav. 535 . ar-sesatar drū[i]th . . . eter in di chondelbrai (et— dan dib condelbrae, MS), Ériu xix 83 § 12 . im ch.¤ tige caich, Laws i 126.5 . caindelbrai gelbdai, SR 4367 . secht ṁbenna . . . / forsin chaindelbrau cruanderg, 4342 . trí chét unga óir isin chainde[l]bru, Celtica iv 32.450 . in dabach coic cubait in caindelbrai istig, LL 3695 . coema caindebrai (sic) créda, 3580 ( cáema caindelbra, Metr. Dinds. i 32.60 ). deich caindelbra d'or ergna, Rawl. 79a38 . co n-acca in cainnealbra . . . in cainneal . . . fora cainnelbra, Lism. L. 2001 . ise seo esimolair caindleorabrobha (sic) Moise, Laud 610, 32v (cited from Plummer MS notes). isin ch.¤ sheacht-delbach (sic MS), PH 5528 . coinnealbhrudh . . . lán do choinnlibh ar lasadh, Desid. 3065 . is don cloich so do ro ronadh . . . coinnealbrath, Celtica ii 80.356 . céir ag cur connealbra a críaidh. IGT Decl. ex. 99 . méra corra an choinnealbhra, ex. 131 . In n. loc. C.¤ in bantrachta, Acall. 5545 .

caindeldae

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adj io, iā ( caindel ) like a candle, bright, shining : macc c.¤ (caindelta, v.l.) Cúanach, Fél. Feb. 19 . a arg oir cain coindealta (of Mary), Ir. Lit. 96.12 . suil glas coindelda, Fél. 148.6 . rosc . . . is é c.¤ , TBC-LL¹ 5307 . ar an gcrannghail gcoinnealta, Ériu v 62.2 . a hindaib cloidem corr coindealta, Aen. 2492 .

1 caindlech

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adj o, ā ( caindel ) shining, lustrous : o bi mac cleib | caindlech sær, Auraic. 5313 . cain coindlech, Fél. March 10 . June 9 . ó Ard ch.¤ Cháinroiss, Fél. Dec. 16 . don cat[h]raigh caindlig, Gorm. 30 . cloidem coindlech, LB 128b50 . na cathbairr coindleacha, Marco P. 57 . rosc cainlech, LU 10795 . bídh an corp bán bog, coinnleach, atmur., 23 K 42, 158.11 . borddhlaoi choinnleach chlaon (of hair), Hackett xi 15 . As subst. of a person: in c.¤ nach cranna, Gorm. Sept. 15 . See connloige.

2 caindlech

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n [f.] ( caindel ) glitter, lustre : cainlech tened otha Ath M. co Sliab B., IT ii1 176.87 . do chainnlig na ṅglasgae, Ériu iv 26 § 15 .

caindlid

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v ( caindel ) IGT Verbs § 82 . Cf. a scian ┐ Connla ó coindlis / rían foghla fan oirnis úd, IGT Decl. ex. 219 . brightens, polishes : do coinnleadh bur cennberta, ex. 777 .

cainnel

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x see caindel .

? cannilbrechtach

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adj īath fosīlfai cannilbrectaigh nethgig, ZCP ix 450.8 . ? Cf. caindel-.

coibge

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Forms: coibige

vn. of con-fig. Later coibige. Gramm. cohesion, continuity; context, text : a fele i nhuli choibgi int sailm-so gl. universa . . . contextione, Ml. 65b14 . c.¤ int sailm gl. orationis detextus, 72a9 . aacomol frisin ainmm nád ḟil hi coibgi `context', Sg. 69a13 . Ml. 114c13 . dluithe coibce .i. coibhfige dluith . . . .i. . . . comuaim naisnéisin, O'D. 849 ( H 3.17, 603 ). is e ro scribh in coibige coisecartha . . . hi nGenesis rechta `text', Three Hom. 90.12 = coibdhe, Lism. L. 662 . coibnius na cobige-sea, PH 5784 . i comighib (coibigib, v.l.) ┐ i sreathaibh roscaigh `texts, and series of proverb', Auraic. 337 . isin coipdi, 3388 . Cf. in cuimre (no coibhiti), 4114 . cobfighe celli unity of sense, IT iii 30.6 (see p. 121) ( comge, ZCP vi 263.6 ). coibhidhe .i. piseog, (fabrications?), O'Curry 2069 (H 4.22, 67). ? l-nichoibigi / caindel comgnidi, IT iii 55 § 104 (comḟighe, v.l.).

comgnide

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adj O. oirdnidi / . . . / caindel comgnidi (-ghnithi, v.l.), IT iii 55 § 104 ` made, fabricated ', Meyer Contribb. Cf. gnethi s.v. gníid?

dabach

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Last Revised: 2013

 

Forms: dabcha, daibche

n ā, f. g s. dabcha and daibche; dabcha, LU 23 a 35 (v.l. daibche YBL). BColm. 72. 6 . Fen. 190.18 . Ir. Gl. 158 . daibche: Laws i 166. 22 . RC xxxii 57. 7 . Acall. 811 . MR 130. 2 . Miscell. Celt. Soc. 54. 14 . But in plural always broad cons. group. a s. daibche, RC xxxii 57. 6 (modelled on the ī-stems), cf. mod. daibche as n s. —By native grammarians explained as dé-oach `having two ears': d.¤ .i. déhoach .i. dí oe furri ar ní betis hoe for énaib hi tús, Corm. 15 .

I A large tub or vat with two handles (for ale, wine, mead, curds, oil, water, or washing): a nól meda .i. in dabach, Thes. ii 347. 34 . According to Ériu iv 134. 16 sq. the dabach was the largest vessel, the next in size being the ian (cf. Laws i 170. 4 , where a dabach is said to be bigger than an ian), then the drolmach, mude, cilarn, milan and metar. A rude sketch of a dabach is to be found LL 29 . —Made of oak : crandlestra .i. iana ┐ dromlacha ┐ dabcha darach, Laws v 94. 9 . a dabach dond dairech, ZCP iii 39. 3 ; of yew : dabach dergibair, LL 51 a 21 . ZCP viii 108. 15 . Acall. 3790 . The epithet derg, RC xv 303 , points to a dabach dergibair; d.¤ dondibair, LL 51 a 1 ; of crystal : d.¤ deghdénṁach do gloine ghuirm, Ériu iii 156 § 10 . Acall. 783 ; of silver : d.¤ aircid co circlaib órda, MS. Mat. 619. 7 . Held together by hoops : is gnáth fonnsa dá dhlúthchur uim dhaibhich, Ó Bruad. viii 4 ( ITS xi 72 ).—Intended for liquids: ón dabaig ola, Fél. 128. 42 . cétchorn gacha dabcha (levied as a tax), Fen. 190 . dá dabaigh décc do lionn maith, ZCP viii 116. 1 ; for ale : luid ... issin dabaigh chormma SG 82. 5 ; for mead : assin dabaig medha, Acall. 7399 ; for cold water : i ndabaich nuaruisci, TBC-LL¹ 722 Y. tucad uisce isna dabchaib, Thes. ii 347. 38 ; for eggs : lán secht ndabach ndron duigib géd, MR 124. 23 . Intended for washing : d.¤ ḟothraicthe a washing tub, Fél.² 170. 3 (i ndabaig fothraice). Raghnailt...do éc i ndabaigh ḟothraicthi, ALC i 408. 7 . SG 73. 35 .—Prov. ní ba caindel fo dabaich dogén dím, Trip. 52. 23 . urchair an daill ma ndabhaich, Rel. Celt. i 155 . ib. ii 324. 26 .

II Metaph. a hollow, pit, pool : le hallglór an essa ag siledh san dabhaigh diansrothaigh, Anecd. iii 5 .

III A measure of land, a portion of land . In this sense only Scotch. dá dabég Uachtair Rósábard , Goid. 109. 14 . ar chuit cethri dabach do ní thíssad ar ardmandaidib alban, ib. 111. 6 (both from Book of Deir). Cf. Macdon. p. 305 .

LOC. D.¤ Féichín, AFM iii 23 n. Gort na Daibche, Miscell. Celt. Soc. 54. 14 . Cluain Dabcha, Hog. Onom. Cúl Dabhach, ib.

DIMIN. dabchíne: etir dabaich ┐ dabchine, LU 123 a 2 . daibchín, Seanchaint p. 78 .

MOD. dabhach, g s. daibhche and dabhcha, n p. dabhacha. Finck ii 62 . Quiggin Dial. Don. § 40 . §143 .—Dinneen also gives n s. daibche.

drettel

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n = treitell, q.v. See Loth, RC xxxviii 174 .

(a) darling, pet, favourite: dilicias .i. dretel, Thes. ii 363 (formosum . . . Alexin delicias domini, Ecl. ii 2 ). drettell .i. peta . . . na torc arabí treut na dretell .i. in torc peta, O'Dav. 701 . bíd dretel (v.l.) cach dagthíre, Imr. Brain § 52 . dretel damraide (the Findbennach), IT iii 247.117 (but perh. in meaning (b), cf. dretall .i. trén, 277 ). draetli, milchu, etc., Laws iv 326.12 = dretli—mílchú la echraid, etc., Críth G. 408 (see note).

(b) warrior, champion: caindel ┐ ánle ┐ dretel na huile hAsía, TTr.² 473 . maccaimi ┐ dreittil ┐ láith gaile na nGaedel, LL 273b10 .

As n.pr. m. shecht meic Dreitill Insi Uachtair, Mart. Don. Dec. 22 (p. 345) .

See macdrettel.

faire

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Forms: faire

(O. Ir. aire) n , f. g s. na faire , LU 9079 . Watching, guarding, a watch: cach fer díb a aidchi do ḟairi na cathrach LU 9051 ( FB 80 ). luid L. dond faire in chétaidche, LU 9056 ( FB 81 ). co trath na faire ... issa sudiu na fari, LU 9079 - 80 ( FB 83 ). bíodh f.¤ ar an dteach i dtám, Dán Dé ix 7 . f.¤ leabtha ar luighe ríogh, TD 27.16 . ac f.¤ do stoir, Fier. 168 . mili laech ...oc f.¤ in righ, Marco P. 69 . iiii.mílid ac fare for cech ndroichet, 136 . fear faire a watchman TD 10.21 . Isaiah xxi 6 . bean ḟ.¤ ar ar tréidne atá, IGT, Decl. ex. 1406 . luchd f.¤ , Matthew xxviii 11 . do-gní f.¤ keeps watch: muna dhearna tú f.¤ si non vigilaveris TSh. 128 . déanaidh f.¤ = vigilate 788 . f.¤ ┐ forfhaire do dhéanamh orra féine, 2688 . Of a military watch, a period of sentry: a ttosach na f.¤ meadhonuigh [sic] the middle watch Judges vii 19 . d'ierroidh focail na f.¤ the watch-word Fl. Earls 44.12 . Of waking the dead: dá oidhche dhéag ... ag f.¤ na gcorp sin go n-iomnaibh ┐ salmaibh, Ériu i 90x . ni fhuaratar tech a ndendais corp Mic S. d'fhaire, L. Chl. S. 8 . Cf. fulang caindel d'airi marb, LL 200bw = Metr. Dinds. iv 152x . Ferr fairi inā iarraid vigilance is better than seeking (for what heedlessness may lose) ZCP vi 261.1 . As interj. look! take care! As word of summons or warning, look; beware: faire, ol siat, ciste fuair in duine si, PH 1053 . adeir S. an tan bhíd Éireannaigh ... ag bualadh a chéile go n-abraid ... do ghuth ard `Pharo, Pharo,' ... ní fíor dó sin, óir is ionann é ┐ `faire, faire ó' nó `ó faire,' ag a rádh ris an rann eile bheith ar a gcoiméad, amhail adeir an Francach `garda, garda' an tan dochí a chomharsa i nguais, Keat. i p. 42 .

féthan

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n ā, f. (?) some attachment of a spear-shaft, scabbard or chariot-pole, gen. made of metal; in case of a spear, apparently a circular band or ring, which might be loosely fitting: sleg ... co téora féthana firglana, fethan findarggit ar n-ichtur, féthan óir buide ar medon fethan dergóir ar n-uachtur, LL 237b43 ( TTr. 1552 ). sleg ... co fethan óir impi, LU 10665 . sleg ... co fethan ┐ co fonascaib arcaid TBC-I¹ 2343 . caindel rīgthaigi ina lāim, fethan aircit imbe ┐ imrith iar craund co sleig sair, in cēin n-aile dorreith coticci a dorn, 3162 = c.r. na láim go féthanaib argait ┐ co fonascaib óir ... immireithet impe na fethana argit sech na fonascaib óir cachla céin o erlond gó indsma, iceind aill [ = in cēin n-aili] ... it iat na fónasca óir immireithet sech na fethanaib argit ó indsma go hirill, TBC-LL¹ 5190 . tucad fethana fithnais féth fithnaisi v.l.) do chrannuibh ar sleg, Acall. 722 (`charmed withies for our spearshafts' SG ii 118 ; cf. 0 7916 cited under 1 féth, and MacCongl. 93.10 , cited under 4 féth). cloidmi ... co bfearbolccaibh ... ímpa ... co féthanaibh ōir ... friu amuich, TBC-LL¹ 4397 St = go frithathartaib LL. sithfe co féthain findruine, LU 8671 ( FB 50 ). LU 10216 . síthbe co fethan findruine, 9262 = Anecd. iii 50.3 (feithen v.l.). trí .lll. maglorg ... co fethnib iarind ` bands ' BDD 60 (feithnib, fethánaib, cendaib v.l.). ? carpat féthgrind fethaine, LU 8670 ( FB 50 = feithide, Eg. Cf. féthaide). Cf. fetha .i. fleasga no feathain, O'Cl. and: sleg ... co fethanaig argit eter da n-iarnn, BDD, App. 114 .

for-osna

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Forms: fursann-, forosna, fursundud, foruasnaisiut, forosnaiter, forosna

v (for-osnda) (and- `kindle' Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 457 , Thurn. ZCP viii 81 ) = protot. fursann-; forosna .i. fursannadh no roshoillsiughadh, O'Cl. fársán .i. fursannadh ib. (cf. O'Dav. 14 ). vn. fursundud (-sannad).

(a) lights up, illumines: gelgrian forosnai riched, Fél. Prol. 5 . rí reil ... forosna nem, SR 292 . tuídle tentidi forosnae Tech Midchúarda, LU 7207 ( BDD 87 ). cetheoir coinnle ... forosnat a clár, Fianaig. 14 § 33 . pret. foruasnaisiut in dunud (i.e. with their glittering accoutrements) IT iii 238.110 . Pass. forosnaiter ... o soillse líac logmar they are illumined LU 2121 ( FA 18 ). in nēll nemhdhai triasa bhfursanntar talam, Lism. L. 2459 . Common' in fig. use: fuach firinde forosna iltuatha hErend, ZCP iii 223.1 . for-don-osna ... an fisidh, Leb. Gab.(i) i 38 (poem). With tmesis: treiodhna, foruaisle osna purity which enlightens nobility Ériu xiii 18.9 = for uaisle osnai, O'D. 1215 ( H 2.15A, p. 84b ). Brings to light, makes manifest: secht mbeocaíndle ... forosnad gae cach rig (.i. amuil caínnil mbi fursandus no aillsiges a gae for ín cach ís rig), Laws iv 52.22 . Cf. secht fiadnaise forosnat gae cach rē seven witnesses which reveal the false in every field of battle v 310.1 . forosnái th'eicsi duit it ollam thy learning shows clearly for thee that thou art an ollave LL 186a23 ( RC xxvi 8 ) = forosna, Rawl. 107b29 . forosnaibter (.i. faillsigfiter), Rawl. 111b15 = LL 188c45 ( RC xxvi 44 ). forosnabtar gubretha la hanflaithe (.i. foillsighfither .i. ite taitnebaid ┐ bat aine), YBL 250a11 .

imbass forosna (a kind of divination, see Thurn. ZCP xix 163 ff .) Corm. Y 756 (forosnae). In fil imbass forósna lat LU 4527 (for -ó- here see Thurn. ZCP viii 81 ). fortnosna a imbus, RC xxv 348.7 (cf. for-osmen). asbert S. friss ... aní aridboí dia forciund ┐ arcáchain dó tria imbas forosnai LU 10348 = tria imbas forossndi, Anecd. v 28.12 . fort-nosnae a n-imus, H 3.18, 361b13 = Laws i 40.17 (see QML xiii 8 .).

(b) lights, kindles: fursain caindel a ben, LL 126b25 ( ZCP xii 273 ). fursainter caindeald dūn ... co fēgum in uisci, RC vi 175.43 . ro cuir refead lasamain fon coccladh ┐ ro fursainn í, CCath. 3333 . roḟursainset caindle, TTr.² 1839 . ni ḟoirṡenadh [leg. ḟoirsénadh ?] coinniol he would not light a candle Duan. F. 20.5 .

(c) shines: int aengein ... 'na tri haeiblib ra ursaing, ACL iii 244 § 13 : Aithd. D. 7. 35 = re tri faoiglibh do ḟursoinn, RIA 23 I 40 p. 145 .

fríth, fríthe

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Forms: fríthe, fríthi

n m. (latter form a part. of fo-gaib, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 676 ). fríthe m. IGT, Decl. § 2 . fríthi, ex. 62 . That which is found (thing or person) ; in Laws techn. term for a find, estray, waif: atait secht frithe la Feine : frithe treibe, f. cathrach, f. fai[t]che, etc. (i.e. strays found in a homestead, etc.) Laws v 320.7 . indul is f.¤ faithce `upon going into a true green' Laws iv 316.4 (the transl. is certainly wrong, see Críth G. 257 , 260 Notes). eascairi in frithi tire of a waif of the land Laws iii 272.14 . fer fongaib frith mbech who finds a stray swarm of bees iv 194.1 . cuit frithe do nech fogaib ib. 15 Comm . d'ir rithe the finder 196.11 Comm . cf. barr blaithe ... fo riti ina mbech, ii 120 (= fo ḟríthi, i.e. with bee-waifs on it ?). as na frithib fogabait i n-ecmact the waifs which they get in an inaccessible place 198.9 Comm . Hence in general a lucky find, a treasure-trove, an unexpected gain (Fr. aubaine) : ba fó frith, Metr. Dinds. ii 18.22 (cited s.v. f.¤ .i. édáil, O'Cl.). ba fó līth luidi ... combo frīth i túaith Egept (of Joseph) SR 3144 . fuair an tuiseach ... frith tri n-ubull, Anecd. i 55 § 36 . baí mór di ór ┐ argut and, bá hamrae in f.¤ , LU 9419 . fursain caindel ... co n-aicther in frithi fonuarsa LU 6024 . fursain caindel ... co n-acther in fríthi sea fuarusa, LL 126b26 . nī lē fēin an frīthe fuair (fig. , of one who has lost a child) ZCP vi 269 § 1 . fó fríth fearann fuaramar SG 33.10 . ni ḟuil dia bhás frith nā fledh, AFM ii 902x (elegy). nach tug fríthe dána dhuid `a gift of his art' (i.e. a poem) Aithd. D. 46 § 6 . ? bés ni pad rith [ = ḟrith ?] lat su mo lecun sa it would be no gain to thee to desert me (?) LU 3905 ( SCC 41 ). Fig. of persons : ba fo leo in frithi fuaradar `the wanderer ' Aen. 360 . in frithi a faitchi silfus sosceli do buaib (prophecy of a cleric to come) ZCP ix 451.1 cf. Laws iv 316 cited above. ? is frīthe serb far snāthe, TFerbe 598 . frithi cen torbai, RC xxvi 46 § 234 . cin co frithe `a justified illegality' i 90.13 Comm . is obviously, as Atk., Gloss., points out, for : c. co frithaide as in ii 290.10 , v 264.19 .

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