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cennaigecht

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n ā, f. (cennaige) trade, commerce, traffic : ar c.¤ do denum `on condition of trafficking', Laws iii 426.6 Comm. dobarthu na cennaigechtu, PH 3211 . c.¤ na letheti-se (i.e. in Temple), 4523 . cráes Gall is a c.¤ , ZCP i 112.z . cunnradh ┐ ceannaigheacht, ML 6.31 . ni dlig cuairt na ceandaidecht / air ní fili . . . munab . . . , BB 280a12 `visitation or sale of his poems', Leb. Cert. 236.1 . As vn. oc c.¤ a n-indmais (Temple), PH 4391 . fri c.¤ mbíd for the purchase of food, 1001 . ag ceannaidheacht ┐ ag malairt . . . a seod, Keat. ii 776 . Of articles of trade, merchandise : conac.¤ , SR 3506 . lán do . . . cennaighecht, Maund. 110 . ic imluadh a cennaighechta sechnoin in domhun, Stair Erc. 226 . Note also: a ccosamhlacht . . . ceannuígheachta ré héaduíghibh na [mban] uasal value , Párl. na mB. 2666 (see Gloss.).

? dicedul du cendaib .i. dul do a cend a dana focedoir in cendaiacht, Laws v 58.2 Comm. = in cennaighecht choitcenn, O'D. 1196 (H.2.15, 79b).

cundrad

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Forms: chonnracht, cundradh, cundradh, icundrathtig

n u, m. Later also o, m. (*com-di-rath ?). Also con(n)r-. cunnr-. a chonnracht , Ó Bruad. ii 192.14 . cundradh m., IGT Decl. § 49 . cundradh, Verbs § 83 . cunnrath .i. cuma dorathas .i. rat[h] dessīu ┐ rat[h] anaill, Corm. Y 271 .

(a) (act of) trading, buying and selling; trade, commerce: lucht in chundartha = mercatores, PH 5387 . ni comadais dún diblinib cunnrad na hingine-sea = ista filia major est ad emendum mihi, et major est ad vendendum tibi, Lat. Lives 71.8 . oc cúnnradh ┐ oc cennaigecht a n-indmais, PH 4391 . cunnradh ┐ cennaigecht , ML² 88 . do dhruim cennaigh, ┐ chonnarta, AFM vi 2076.5 . V. freq. with creicc: itir creic ┐ cunnrad, BB 433a39 . oc creicc ┐ ic cunnrad is-in tempul ( Mark xi 15 ), PH 4503 . gin crec, gin c.¤ , Anecd. iii 21.4 . gabhaitt . . . for creic ┐ connradh frisin ccách, Hugh Roe² 6.31 . Perh. also in: cunnradh an chuain harbour dues, O'R. Poems 1739 (see n.). fríoth cunnradh cuain nar ceannghadh, DDána 48.14 .

(b) bargain, pact, convenant, contract, terms : segait .v. ṡéoit cundrathu, Críth G. 275 `are the amount of his covenants', n. ? conla Conall C. cundrathau nach cundratha, ZCP xii 362.1 . cach cunnrad cen dichell, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 19.7 = ZCP xvii 54 § 43 . ni cunnrad cunnrad can claechmó set, O'Curry 334 ( H 3.18, 183 ). ? measam cundrada carlinad, ACL iii 230.153 = ZCP xvii 69 § 7 . do cach iarn a coir cunnruda according to his proper covenant, Laws ii 378.4 . do tuaslucad c.¤ (title of tract), v 496 . ba droch connradh se / ar an triochat nairrggidhe (of betrayal of Christ), Blathm. 108 . cor da sochonn . . . ro soich a diubairt uile, no a c.¤ for ceithre uaire fichit it can be confirmed, made binding(?), O'Curry 2391 ( Eg. 88, 30 (31)c ). astud cundruda cen diupairt `keeping a bargain without detriment', Tec. Corm. 8.30 . gan chend cundraid na comairle rempo `with none to lead or counsel them', TBC-LL² 4850 . bā lethard cundartha `an unequal contract', MacCongl. 73.28 . go rachadh cechtar aca a gcois a chonartha would go back on his bargain, Ériu v 172.148 . fuarais éara i n-íoc do chunnraidh fulfilling, Aithd. D. 31.22 . na (gan, v.l.) chádhas ar chundorthaib, IGT Decl. ex. 1293 . na connartha sin aga ffoccra . . . in gach campa `bargains', AFM vi 2078.26 . le hÁirc an Chonnrachta, Trompa na bhF. 4712 . cúnnradh, nó cumhnant, Eg. Gl. 110 . ar cunnrudh d'airighti on one condition, Stair Erc. 681 . ar an ccunnradh sin on that condition, Parrth. Anma 1795 . i gconnra a chairte `in his charter-roll', Ó Bruad. iii 208.15 .

(c) Concr. huanaib cundradaib cissib gl. transuechendis mercidibus, Ml. 122a3 . c.¤ gl. merx, Sg. 68b5 . ro-s-díchuir co n-a crodaib ┐ co n-a cundarthaib ( Mark xi 15 ), PH 4496 .

Compd. With noun: icundrathtig gl. in macello, Wb. 11b19 .

1 ét

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Forms: ǽt, ǽtt, ǽet, æit, ét, étt, héet, het, eit, éd, é, hétt, ét, éutt, éut, eut, éot, ét, éu, eoit, eóit, euit, etai, eda, éad, éuda, ǽtt

n o, m. n s. ǽt, Wb. 5b20 . Ml. 56b33 . ǽtt, 56b34 . ǽet, Wb. 23b18 . æit, 23b13 . ét, 17b26 . TBC-LL¹ 2749 . étt, PH 7279 . héet, Wb. 5a13 . het, 17b25 . in t-eit , Laws iii 292.3 Comm. éd, ZCP viii 108 z . é, Psalms lxix 9 . a s. hétt, Wb. 5a13 . ét, Ml. 36d24 . TBC-LL¹ 31 . d s. éutt, Wb. 6b2 . éut, Ml. 56b33 . eut, PH 3841 . éot, ACC 105 . ét, LL 11b5 . Acall. 5425 . éu, Ezekiel v 13 . g s. (a) ind eoit , Ml. 32d9 . eóit, IT i 122.8 , 25 . Triads 154 . euit, Ml. 32d10 . (b) éta IT i 226.30 . ZCP vi 270 § 10 . etai, PH 840 . eda, ZCP vi 54.9 . éad, Numbers v 14 . éuda, Ezekiel viii 3 .

Emulation, jealousy (in good as well as bad sense): gl. æmulatio: Wb. 17b26 . 5a13 . 6b2 . 16b4 . in tan as nd'éut téit a n-emulari, ǽt són im ní nad techtai féin ┐ bís la nnach n-aile, a zelaveris immurgu, ǽt són im ní notechtai fein arnachróthechta nach aile hi cuturummus frit, Ml. 56b33 , Études Celt. xl 68 . ǽtt (gl. zelotypia) 56b34 . ar ét im chrabud (gl. pro zelo religionis) 36d24 . fer cen neóit cen ét cen omon, TBC-LL¹ 31 . ragab ét ┐ elcmaire ┐ immḟarmat Dubthach imma mnái TBC-LL¹ 2749 . idu eóit pang of jealousy IT i 122.25 . ida eda, ZCP vi 54.9 . gapuis ben oile doigh etta, imthnuith ┐ acaissi di imon fferscal, Fl. Earls 132.25 . slan don mnai in t-eit doni acht...corab et dligtech, et firi (on a woman's responsibility for acts committed through jealousy), Laws iii 292.3 Comm. in fuil ferus in cetmuindtir ac in et dligthech `in lawful jealousy' v 144.5 Comm. (cf. Triads 154 ). ic ét ma mnaí... | dia rosbréc in drui dósom LL 11b5 . Metr. Dinds. iv 278.13 . truagh mh'éad re hoidhidh an ḟir that I should envy (him) his death GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 624 . et um an eclais `zeal on behalf of the church' Laws v 128.8 Comm. otconnaircc Isu cennaigecht...do denum...i tempul Dé, rogab ferg ┐ ét spiritalla PH 4524 . rom gab ét im do tegdais, a Dé, 4525 . gebid étt mor iat, coticfat do chath fri Ancrist, 7279 . aduáigh éd do thighe-si súas mé, Psalms lxix 9 . in cloch-so... | sochaide bias uimpi ic ét striving Acall. 5425 . is ét limm I am jealous (of): amal bid ǽet limsa mo ort do gabá[i]l darm' chenn, Wb. 23b18 . bid héet libsi geinti do bith inhiris ye will be jealous that the Gentiles are in the faith 5a13 . combad ǽt leu buid domsa in-iriss that they may have emulation of my being in the faith 5b20 . æit leu precept domsa seccu they are jealous that I preach rather than they 23b13 . do comraiced-som fria mnaib aili ┐ ba hét le-sium [sic] anní sin she was jealous on that score ZCP i 104.10 . COMPD.: éad-nuachar `long-desired spouse' Ir. Monthly 1921, 329 .

imchennaigecht

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Forms: nímcheannuigheachd

n [ā, f.] (3 imm-, im- + cennaigecht ) act of bartering, trafficking: beid dá bhur nímcheannuigheachd , 2 Peter ii 3.

leithéit

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Forms: leithéite, leithit, letheti, lethedi, letheti-si, leithéide, lethéti, leithéide, leithéidi, letheid

n f. Origin and inflexion obscure. (< O. Ir. lethit (see 1 leithet), Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 48.20 ; leth + 2 sét, O'Brien, Celtica iii 168 ). Also leithéite and leithit. f., IGT Decl. § 13. m. and f., § 113 . g s. na letheti út, LU 6188 (H). na lethedi ut, RC xiii 9.15 . na letheti-si , PH 4523. leithéide, Content. x 5. n p. lethéti, O'Dav. 954. leithéide, IGT Introd. 14.x . leithéidi, Mac Aingil 1773 . letheid (?leg. -eidi), ZCP vi 73.21

(a) the like, equal, equivalent . With prec. poss. adj.: lus atcóndarc hisind áeur ┐ ní accai hi talmain a leitheid, Trip.² 2348 . na fil and a llethete (of Fand), LU 3760 ( SCC 34 ). sochaide [im]mattart bréic / ┐ do loitt do letheit such as thee, TBC-LL¹ 3506 . biadh in baisteda ┐ in biadh faire ┐ a lethéti sin, O'Dav. 954 . na séimhighthe sin náid a leithéide eile or others like them, IGT Introd. 14.x (§ 50) . nach ccualaidh an rí a leithit nó a ionnamhail ariamh roimhe, Dhá Sgéal Art. 989 . óna fiabhrasaibh réamhráitte, ┐ óna leithéidibh oile, TSh. 7974 . ar egla go ndéndis a leithit céadna arís, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 39.29 . breitheamhnas, adhbhacōideachd . . . ┐ a leithéidi so eili, Mac Aingil 1773 . a leithéid ná a choimhmeas, Párl. na mB. 156 . With noun in gen.: ní chuala . . . / leithéid lámhaigh Murchadha, DDána 85.50 . leitheit in Muimnigh maisig, Caithr. CC 60 . leithide na céud riacchlach ō bhréithir go bréithir, Beatha S. F. 855 .

When l.¤ defines a subst. the constr. is (i) l. (n s.) preceded by possess. referring to the subst.: ni fil i nHerinn filid a lethet, Thes. ii 307.20 ( Hy. ii Pref .). aisill loin cach mairt muirfithur . . . ┐ mir do ces loin a lethéit, Laws ii 232.15 Comm . (cf. ZCP xiv 346 ). mise ná mac mo leithéid, IGT Decl. ex. 1862 . ni ḟil drúi do lethéit, TFerbe 150 . caidhe lasair . . . a leithéid, DDána 58.2 .

(ii) Subst. folld. by g s. of l.¤ with article and demonstr.: ni déma siriti bras birda na letheti út fri bruth ┐ feirg níad do leteti-siu, LU 6188 - 9 (H) = TBC-I¹ 1706 - 7 . ba comdig dó banchele na lethedi ut, RC xiii 9.15 . cennaigecht na letheti-se such trading, PH 4523.

(iii) l.¤ with possess. (and demonstr.) folld. by DO (= di?): a leithéidedha sin do bhuaib, SG 14.16 . go tigh an iasguire . . . do bhī ina leithid sin do chathraigh in such and such a city, Celtica iv 73.299 . ina leithidibh do bhiadhaibh . . . eili, ITS xxix 135.16 . tugadar glóir do Dhía thug a leithede sin do chumhachdaibh do dháoinibh, Matthew ix 8 . 'na leithid sin do riachdanus, Mac Aingil 4413 . do luaidh a leithéid d'adhbhar, Content. xviii 47 . a leitheide sin do chreidiomh, Rial. S.F. 1607 ( a leithéid sin, 1613 ). a leithide sin d'aibíd, Beatha S. F. 1528 . a leithéid oile sin do chrois, 1709 .

(b) likeness: ni rabatar o sin anall loeich i lletheti loech na haimsire sin, Ériu viii 177.23 .

? macl.¤ the like: ná fachas romi na na degaid a mac letheit in chatha sein, RC xli 328.10 (or read a macsamla no a letheit, cf. ba terc a lethēid nā a macsamla ar bith uili, ZCP xiv 146.1 .

marg(g)ad

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n o, m., (late loan-word < Lat. mercatus, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. i 199 ; through O.N., RC xi 494 , Bidrag 154 ).

(a) a market: mormargad, gl. nundinae, Ir. Gl. 327. tri marggaid and .i. marggad bíd ┐ etaig. m.¤ beochruid . . . m.¤ Gall ┐ deorad, LL 215a18 . oc cennaigecht a n-indmais ┐ a marcaid árchena (= commercia sua), PH 4391. bailti márccaid ` market-towns ', Maund. 141. do brath na mbailteadh marccadh, AFM iii 338.4 . plass margaidh market-place , Fl. Earls 98.17 . ag crois marged cathrach na G., ZCP vi 77.10 . mur sdoc magaidh ┐ mur miosgan margadh market-butter (i.e. a take-in?), Luc. Fid. 344.9 . ? rí Midhi in marcaidh, Leb. Cert. 266.1 , Leb. Cert.² 2170 .

(b) a market-place: o ranuc cusin marcud, PH 1052. ar marggad na mórchatrach, LL 230a17 = TTr. 951. ro loisg . . . margadh Luimnigh, AFM iii 126.18 . na srāitte ┐ na margaidhi, Fl. Earls 256.32 .

(c) a bargain, contract (?) (if not an erroneous expansion of marg- for margáil): mā tá margaidh (margáil, v.l.) nō connartha aige, Celtica i 213.145 .