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af(f)aing

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n (prob. AS loanword, see SCano 46 n. or from Lat. offic(ina), Ériu xxiii 52 ) name of lowest unit of value, penny, scruple: puingene .i. screbul meidi inbiche, is ē sin screpul nGaoidel .i. oiffing (ofing, Corm. Bodl.; opuingc, LB), Corm. Y 1050 . seland cernæ .i. offaing, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 35 s.v. pinginn. afaing .i. screpul . . . .i. iiii. scripuil fichit no .iiii. afuingi fichit, O'Dav. 25 . co n-eccid do in dabaig . . . ┐ nocho testa afaing esti, Anecd. i 3.4 . ni getar afaing asin churach sa, 5.17 . dobered side affaiṅg ndergóir cacha dige no ibed dond epscop, LL 278b37 (cf. faing no fang .i. sgreaball, dobheireadh a fhaing ndeargóir don easpug, O'Cl.). rotbiasu . . . ind affaing cacha dige nó ib sa, LL 279a6 .

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x see 1 cía. Cf. Cerna Cermna Coprach c.¤ , Ériu xxii 88.1 (see note, and cáe ).

1 cern

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Forms: ceinn

n [ā, f.]. Also dental endings in pl. Perh. same wd. as 2 cern.

(a) angle, corner, recess (in various applications): do sírégem cecha cúli ┐ cecha cerna de (of a helmet), LU 6436 (TBC). ? dabach aircit co cerclaib ōrda impe, ZCP iii 459.23 (cernaib, v.l. Rawl. B 512 ). a cuachán cruinn cheithre ccearn, Atlantis iv 140.14 . dar múraib ┐ dar cernaib in betha, MU² 499 . sechnad cera ó cheirn do cheirn / ac imthecht le droichcetheirn from one remote spot to another(?), SG 52.8 (`from table to table', O'Gr., as if 2 cern). i cúil ┐ i cernaidh Fheadha Gatlaidh, Miscell. Celt. Soc. 30.6 . cia hí an chearna don domhan i n-a dteabhradh iarraidh air G., ITS xxiv 104.12 . itir chuan ┐ chúil ┐ chearn ┐ charraig (the sea), CF² 74 . do chuirset na cruite i cernnadaib na colbad, Acall. 7194 . aingeal in gach cearnaich don taich, YBL 148a42 (? leg. -naid). ós chionn a chearn (of a castle), DDána 119.27 . do bhris [soighnéan do ghaoith] cheathra chúinne nó cearna an tighe, TSh. 2503 . Freq. of battle-positions: nara cloitis cernada na cath, LL 32504 (`the angles of the battalions', TTr. 1702 ). ro rannsat . . . a bfianlach . . . fora chernaibh cosnamha `points of defence', Hugh Roe² 312.6 .

(b) Of a swelling, excrescence on the body: Conall Cernach didiu .i. cearn robói assa lethchinn bá meítither fría cobhraidh sceíth, Cóir Anm. 251 . c.¤ doroine in darb dael . . . baí ina laim iga breth, BB 250a50 . Cf. nocon érnába c.¤ ná cárna dít, LU 6972 (= cerr, BDD² 547 ) (Stokes, RC xxii 58.5 , would read ceinn and translate fell). Attrib. g s. for uaitne cerna in cholbai `on the corner pillar', RC xiii 104 § 134 .

2 cern

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Forms: cerna

n ā, f. Also cerna . Perh. same wd. as 1 cern. dish or receptacle (of fixed capacity): puincern didiu .i. c.¤ tomaiss sella ┐ med tomais indile .i. in med inbech, Corm. Y 1053 . puingin .i. selland imme .i. selland cernae a s. as measured by a c., 1051 . cethri lan na huighi sin í cerna, issed lan na cerna sin a seallann, O'Dav. 1484 . `arco fuin imondaire' / ar thossuch c.¤ i.e. before meals, Ériu iii 100 § 21 . com . . . cingitib ┐ com cearnaib, RC x 84.8 (ICM). c.¤ .i. mias, ut est: cen colt for crib cernine .i. meisine, O'Dav. 372 . naoi méich nó naoi gcearna arbhair `measures', Keat. ii 5232 . Hence: `c.¤' caitheamh, Metr. Gl. 27 § 36 . cearn .i. caitheamh, O'Cl. Cf. ceirnín(e).

3 cern

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n o, m. victory, triumph; exploit, spoils(?): c.¤ .i. buaid, unde Conall Cernach, Corm. Y 293 . So also Cóir Anm. 252 . `c.¤' búaidh, Metr. Gl. 12 § 18 . is tú láech na cernd ┐ na comram (to C. Cernach), LU 8135 ( FB 10 ). caín tintaí chucum co cernaib co cennaib (of C. Cernach), 8310 ( FB 23 , rhet.). granne genite cruan c.¤ Con Culaind cathbuadaig, LL 14234 (rhet.). cīallḟlaith immurgu, con-gaib side a chrícha cen choscru cen chernu, ZCP xi 86 § 46 . mór a cearna fria tuireamh, Hard. ii 296.4 (.i. a bhuadha). do cernuib Conrui (.i. do buadhaib nó do ghnímuibh), Ériu ii 5.12 .

Obscure: c.¤ eter crethaib / curethar crúaid, LU 8645 ( FB 48 , rhet.). conid fri cernu crúadchassa / tri .c. chorae comlána / úasind rurig rathrúanaid, 7424 (BDD rhet.). cuinnfi .i. co cubhaidh, ut est direnar cuinnfi cuchta cerna `men's faces', O'Dav. 346 . is lán Heriu dia clanna[i]b / c.¤ co soírḟuil, LL 4880 . Cing co cerrnn dia cerrn-seomh / im mac Perrnn a n-ainmseomh, Todd Nenn. 142.5 .

cearn .i. fear, O'Cl. (prob. an inference).

? Compd. rohīr dam . . . .x. saine cernd claidhem (leg. cernd-chl. ten kinds of victory-swords?), Ériu ii 3.12 (.i. coscrach nó búadhach, H.3.18; cern, v.l.).

cerna

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Forms: cerndae

ind ? leg. cerndae (3 cern): is é cride ch.¤ Chuinn (of a king), SG 385.23 . caera cach mná c.¤ / samasc cacha selba (of tribute), 383.23 . Cf. fri fer ... comcernda (comnda, MS.) ... frit, IT ii2 246.62

? cerndae

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x see cerna .

clad

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Forms: clod

n o, m. Also clod. Cf. 1 claidid, claide. See Ériu xxii 191 .

(a) ditch, trench; also dyke, earthen rampart (the former is probably the earlier meaning. When associated with múr or doé the clad is the ditch from which the earth of the múr or doé has been excavated) surrounding a dwelling, monastery or graveyard; also as a boundary between estates or territories: cladh clodh m., IGT Decl. § 69 . `cladh . . . a bank, rampart', Eg. Gl. 136 . .uii. claid . . . na[d] dírenatar cinaid, cia robdait[h]er indib . . . c.¤ dúne, c.¤ cille, c.¤ f[e]irt, c.¤ usci t[h]airidne, c.¤ linne muilind, c.¤ fót[b]aig móna, c.¤ bís im droichet `seven ditches whose liabilities are not atoned for, whatever may have been drowned in them', Coibnes § 13 . in c.¤ asa tabar fodbach na mona .i. na cuiteda, n. 9 . c.¤ bis fás conid lína tóla[e] n-uisci, § 12 . rot, .i. bec, .i. im a mbi c.¤ Ramat, .i. mor, .i. im na bi c.¤ , Laws i 232.18 Comm. isedh is feichem eachtar criche ann fer tar crích trichat cét, gen co be acht in cladh etarru ┐ in fer agras, O'D. 666 ( H 3.17, c. 487b ). ar cladh feruinn mbiudbuid, Laws i 290.x Comm. dul tar mur, no dar c.¤ na cilli, v 476.12 Comm. tir da randa flaith . . . a claetar poll .i. c.¤ .i. i claidter poll i[c] comraind in feraind, iv 8.6 Comm. fer . . . ind claid the ditcher, Mon. Tall. 133.14 (§ 16) . tuam (.i. c.¤), Corp. Gen. 18.14 . baí ar cūl in catha i clud ┐ a gilla ōsa chind, 403.30 . ní bíd c.¤ na hairbi na caissle im thír i nHére, LU 10568 . ro hadnacht . . . isin chlud imechtrach . . . rigratha Loegairi, 9817 . co tocba clod cechtar a da roth . . . con[id] slicht suachnid fri ed mbliadna, 8492 (H). noí cluid . . . / noí ndui na timchell nine ditches and nine ramparts, LL 3558 ( Metr. Dinds. i 30.37 , cluidhe, v.l.). romaid . . . for Gallaib . . . ┐ ro scalit fo chladaib ┐ fo glentaigib, Cog. 76.10 . conacclaid múr n-Aillinne . . . Buirech . . . focerd asin clud in cloich fil indti, Dinds. 17 . ag déanamh cloidh timcheall a reilge, Keat. iii 1073 . Of a grave-mound: ó do claidhedh cladh úire / ar Ceithern, TBC St. 3729 .

G pl. as epithet: ar Cruachain na c.¤ , LL 10139 . rí Cera na c.¤ , MacCarthy 168 § 2 .

Also somet. of stone or partly of stone: mó na ail borbchloche (sic leg.) i clud / cechtar a da glún, LL 29915 . tar chladhaibh clachísli camcharadh, CF² 1157 . cladh clach, Studies 1924, 244 § 20 .

Of the Roman walls in Britain: is leis doronad c.¤ Saxan a n-agaid na mbarbarda . . . ┐ ase ainm in claid sin . . . Guaul ┐ . . . c.¤ aile i nagaid Gaedeal . . . .i. C.¤ na Muice, Todd Nenn. 64. 1 - 4 and note.

C.¤ coicríche boundary ditch or dyke between territories: Conchobur . . . . / coilles cludu cocriche, Ält. Ir. Dicht. 17 § 14 . go mba lór do clod coicrice a slicht, RC xii 86 § 93 . teacht ar chiomhsaibh ar gcríche / d'fhéaghuin an chluidh choigcríche, Aithd. D. 39.8 . Fig. caistiall . . . robadh cladh coigcriche ┐ robadh cliath gabhála fri hUltaibh, Hugh Roe² 216.14 .

C.¤ comronna (-roinne) dividing dyke : cladh comronna . . . ōn Āth Cliath co chēile .i. Eisgir Riata, ML² 983 . luaithi dhó ag dol na choinde / ná bó tar chlodh comhroinde, IGT Decl. ex. 1523 . Cf. atá dá chéibh 'na gcludh ronna (of hair), Aithd. D. 28.34 .

(b) By extension of the waves of the sea: tar cladhuib troma tuirseacha na trethan, ML² 689 . Hence, of hair: re folt camlag cladh gcopdha, Magauran 1861 . do chéibh na ccladh mbraointe mbán, O'Hara 3285 .

Compds.

(a) With noun. a ghríobh chladhachuidh Chonnocht, Aithd. D. 34.21 . craebhthonna cladhanfaidh cuipgheala Clidhna, CF² 1329 . cloidhbhile míonabhla, Aithd. D. 4.6 . glaise it shúil cladh-chlaise id chéibh, Dán Dé xxix 21 . ¤-etrige (see etarche): ba sruth-aibne . . . cach clais ┐ cach c., MR 240.16 . ¤-eng (2 eng): fa chloidheangaibh síodha an chláir Chonallaigh, DDána 83.15 . cladfocal dá chelgbuain, Caithr. Thoirdh. 34.39 . red chladhfhalt gclaon, PBocht 2.7 . Donnchad an chladhfhuilt cíabhuigh, LL 396.15 . ? ¤-imbel: [Uí] Raghollaigh . . . / far ciadhímil gach Cathal, O'R. Poems 2578 . ¤-mala: co n-a clad-mailgib curad `prominent eyebrows', MR 180.11 . cladh-mhúir for lucht ghalar ngráineamhail (of burial customs), TSh. 5774 . ¤-ucht: óradh na gcladhocht um Dheirg ndalldamhaigh, DDána 83.21 .

(b) With Vn. aigmhéil dá bharr / béim súl ar chách re a chladhḟaicsin at seeing its undulations(?), DDána 114.8 .

(c) With adj. tonn chorrach . . . chladhanbhail . . . Chlíodhna deep-troughed , ML 94.18 . i mmulluch Cerna chlaidard, LL 24166 . tar na ciséalaibh chladhardha (of the sea), RC xxix 110 § 2 . Eóghanacht Chaisil chladhcháoin, Caithr. CC 27.19 . caistiall clodhdaingen, Grail 3729 . camchúl cladhdhlúth cadhblúb cruinnighthe cuach close-waving , Hackett xxxii 3 . a Crūachain cloidhḟinn, ZCP xiii 18.13 . go Dún gcloidhfhionn gCaoin, DDána 91.21 . nir sudhseat Caiseal cladhglas, BB 60b43 . san tigh . . . chlaidhréidh, DDána 119.3 . go Crūachain claidhreidh Connacht, Duan. F. i 87.11 . go Cruachain clad-ruaid, Hy Fiach. 178.z . ciabh chloidhshéimh, O'Hara 2910 . fonn claghshocair len cóir báidh, 3 . in Coraind chladhuaine, Acall. 7566 . co barr críchi claduair Cuind, LL 29733 . a chiabh chladhúr, Dánta Gr. 16.106 .

colba

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n io

(a) In freq. use of part of the structure or equipment of a house, but precise application not always clear. In some contexts appar. platform, dais along inside walls; seat, bench; in late texts, outer edge of bed: c.¤ .i. coel-fí .i. cōel-fithe, Corm. Y 286 . farr .i. c.¤ leptha, ut est faebar tar farr .i. faobar na sgene no na tuaighe tar farr in c.¤ , O'Dav. 1009 (`bedpost'). c.¤ do lepthaib cróda, LU 3686 ( SCC 33 ). a c.¤ ┐ a n-urscair, Laws i 166.8 Comm. (`its benches and furniture'). ainm cuile no scrine bis iar cul colbu, O'Curry 790 ( H 3.18, 368b ). do chuirset na cruite i cernnadaib na colbad, Acall. 7194 . lotar . . . dochum a mban ┐ deisitar for c.¤ in tigi, ACL iii 224.30 . dorad coicer ar mo cholbae, Anecd. i 48 § 14 . suidhis Cond ar colbha na bruidhne ┐ fuair a frithalamh ┐ a ḟósaig, Ériu iii 156 § 10 (`bedside'). is for c.¤ a thaigi fein ro sirfead coir fair, Cog. 146.5 . dorug si Bibus le da leigus ┐ docuir na suidhi ar colba a himduigi he, ZCP vi 282.2 (`seated him by the post of her bed'). for uaitne cerna in cholbai, LL 38973 . inniset ar colbo Ailig / in dáil imma tíagatsom, 38445 ( SG 373 . x.). ar cholbha tigh[e] an n-athar, RC xiv 28 § 7 . roṡuid ar in c.¤ , ZCP v 500.10 . do s[h]liss fri c.¤ findgel ferna, MacCongl. 97.1 (`rail of alder'). a cath- bairr ar a colbadhuib ┐ ētrom a n-arm ar a n-aidhlennuib ┐ lāmh-arm gacha laích ina lebaid, ML² 1075 . ro coirgedh íett na suidhe ar in gcolbha ngloinídhe (of a fairy dwelling), Duan. F. i 42 § 63 . tar colbha na tuilgi `over the bed-rail', BS 62.10 . c.¤ ciúil dais for musicians(?), Acall. 5058 . 5527 . 5667 . colbha na slógh sleagh 's leanna, DDána 113.27 (`their couch(?) a spear and tunics', Ir. Monthly 1924, 588 ). ? ri roruadh ruamna gormga / im colbha soludh Sadhbha, BB 298a6 .

(b) Fig. support : an cólbha foráis ┐ an inneóin oirechúis (of Patrick), Acall. 64 v.l. (cf. inneóin ḟorais, fo-ruimi, -fuirmi ff.). rig feallus for a einech .i. . . . for a comuirce no for a c.¤ , Laws v 174.5 Comm. (`protection', Plummer MS. notes). (Cf. corop é in fer bas chommairge dóib co rrosset colbo C., LL 8553 ). fell for c.¤ (sic leg.) (`auf (dem eigenen) Lager'), ZCP xv 342 § 33 Comm. (With three preceding exx. cf. lepaid I). tréan ar colbha Crist ron ain, AFM i 508.6 . Cf. ar colbha chloinne Mórna `on the side of', Duan. F. ii lxviii 30 .

(c) In various applications. Of land, bank, ridge, border, brink(?): cor' tṡuidhetar ar corraib ┐ ar colbadaib in tṡída (of birds), Acall. 7209 . iar colbaibh Cualand ridges, low hills (?), BB 36b21 . cuain ghorma . . . 'na gcolbha dfearann Uilliam `boundaries', Ériu v 64.184 . an corp ar [chalbha] na huaighe brink, DDána 36.6 . ar colbha na críche, Aithd. D. 28.22 . um cholbha cuain `along the beach', O'Hara 2415 . tar colbha an champa amach, AFM vi 2030.17 . cholbha na sreab, Rel. Celt. ii 226.36 . Cf. nochtach. nemda, LL 1289 . Of water: conerracht in muir . . . ina immairib . . . ┐ ina colbaib gorma, LL 31012 ( TTr. 194 ). tar colbaduib corracha na cnoc-bōchna, ML² 688 . Of hail : colbadha cladharda . . . cloichshnechta, Hugh Roe² 22.26 . Of hair: ar t cholbhudh (leg. ar cholbhaibh, ed.) do chiabh ffáinneach, O'Hara 3192 . dreagain 'na cholbha on its edge(?) (of a cup), Aithd. D. 9.8 . dlúthmhong cheart 'na dá colbha (of eyelids), DDána 99.32 . is an gcolbha reann `against the spears' array', Aithd. D. 5.8 .

(d) pillar, post (cf. columa): na tuirida ┐ na colbada ┐ uaitneda in rigtige, BB 443a42 . ro chumrigh a ḟolt dona cholbaib ┐ dona tuireadhaib, Ériu ii 24 § 6 . do chum an cholbha chloiche, Smaointe B. Chr. 3599 . By extension staff, sceptre, mace : cethror marcach . . . go gcolbhaip commōra airgit, Fl. Earls 254.31 . an rīoghcholbha do cuiredh ina lāimh (of the Passion), Parrth. Anma 5584 . 's dual colbha ag saoi na seanmo (sic) the sceptre belongs of right to the master of melody(?), Hackett xlvi 40 . colbha = sceptre, Psalms xlv 6 .

(e) shafted weapon : frasa . . . do shaighdibh . . . ┐ do cholpadhaibh cruaidhe . . . a ccrom-stuagh . . . na mbogha `bolts', CRR 84.20 . dob fhearr reimhe a cur 'na colbha, / teine ag dul ón omna ann (of a spear), LBranach 3703 .

Cf. 1 colb.

In nn. loc. a Colbu, a Cnodbu, a Cuillind, Ériu iv 148.z . See also Hog. Onom.

See lethcholbe, sub leth ff.

? crodaiṅg

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ind for sluag Cerna c.¤ (: dodaiṅg), LL 6540 .

cúil

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Forms: chúl, cúlae, cula, cúla, Cule, Cúle, cúileanuibh

n perh. orig. ā, f. n s. in chúl, LU 5559 . g s. cúlae, Fél. Nov. 11 . cula, cúla, 116.27 . LL 3189 . Cule, Reeves Ad. 31.2 . Cúle, Thes. ii 271.8 (Ardm.). chuile, AU i 56.x . Fél. 258.25 . Corp. Gen. 41.24 . c.¤ f., IGT Decl. § 42.9 . d p. cúileanuibh = lanes, Luke xiv 21 .

Corner, recess : gaib do chuil isin charcair, Thes. ii 290.13 . is olc in chúl catha inon fil, LU 5559 . ? ni bu chul serci do Ultaib, IT i 77.2 ( LMU 16 ). do ṡíreigim cecha cúli ┐ cecha cerna de (of a helmet), TBC-LL¹ 2582 . in teg-sain ón ch.¤ co araile, LL 38073 . fo ceithri cúilibh Érenn, CF² 569 . a cuil a chaemduirnd `in the hollow of his fine hand', TTebe 976 . in fairrgi itir chuan ┐ ch.¤ ┐ chearn ┐ charraig, CF² 73 . 's mé gan bhíadh a gc.¤ cumhaing, Duan. F. i 24 § 16 . i cuil ecin din forais, Grail 2481 . cúl [díona] (: súgh), DDána 26.34 . tomhus mhúir Theamhra . . . / ó ch.¤ chearna go a slios slim, 119.2 . ar cc.¤ dídin (= refugium, Gloss.), Parrth. Anma 3850 . go mbeidh do ch.¤ go fann, Dánfhocail 34 (`a corner-heap, hence store, means ', Gloss.). Fig. dá chor san ch.¤ `putting him in strait', PBocht 20.4 . bātar cethri cula for in cathraig sin ┐ sé míli for cech n-ae sides (?), Marco P. 69 . .u. cula bis uirre (a precious stone), Celtica ii 125.147 .

Astron. ni roitit an en cuil dona ceithri cuilib `are never in the quadrate aspect', Ir. Astr. Tr. 96.10 .

Very common in nn. loc., see Hog. Onom. s.v. cúl , Fél., Index of Places , AU Index (cúil , cúl) etc.

Cf. cúl.

do-seinn

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Forms: toibned, doseinn, du-m-sennat, dossennat, duseinned, dusésa, dusesáinn, -sésainn, dosifius, dossib, dosiph, dosēset, ndu-ndasepfainn, dosephain, dosefnatar, tafnetar, toibn-, taifn-, do-t-roiphnetar, dod-repnadar, do-m-roipnitar, do-s-roiffnetar, do-r-raiffnetar, dosennar, dosennaiter, dusente, do-t-ṡéstae, tosessa, toibn-, toifn-, rothoibnestar, rotóipniset, rotoifnethar, rotoifnithi, rotoifneadh, toibnide, tafn-, tafnid, rotafnitis, rothaféntais, rothafind, rotafuind, rothafonn, thathfainn, tafnis, rothaffniset, taphnifider, rotafned, taifn-, taipn-, taifnes, rotaifnitar, ro-s-taifnit, rotaipnedh, tafann

v (* to-senn-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 625 ) Ipv. 3 s. toibned, Ml. 44a13 . Indic. pres. 3 s. doseinn, ZCP ii 97 § 62 . 3 pl. du-m-sennat, Ml. 39c28 . dossennat, LU 3786 ( SCC § 36 ). Impf. 3 s. duseinned, Ml. 41d10 . Subj. pres. 1 s. cu dusésa , Ml. 61c16 . Impf. 1 s. dusesáinn (leg. -sésainn), Ml. 41c5 . Fut. 1 s. dosifius, RC xii 90 § 107 . 3 s. dossib, LU 10678 ( IT i 131 ). dosiph, ZCP ix 452.15 . 3 pl. dosēset, TBC-I¹ 3088 . Pret. 3 s. a ndu-ndasepfainn , Ml. 36d17 . dosephain (dosefain, v.l.), Hy. v 57 . 3 pl. dosefnatar, Hy. v 62 . tafnetar, 60 . Perf. 3 pl. (perh. back-formations from stem toibn-, taifn-, see below): do-t-roiphnetar, BDD § 166 = dod-repnadar, BDD² 1515 (see p. 118). do-m-roipnitar, LU 3867 ( SCC § 38 ). do-s-roiffnetar, LL 146a26 . do-r-raiffnetar, 285a7 .

Pass. pres. s. dosennar, ZCP xi 97 § 62 . pl. dosennaiter, viii 103.22 . Impf. s. lasse dusente , Ml. 142b4 . Subj. impf. s. do-t-ṡéstae, Ériu i 200.9 . Pret. pl. tosessa, LU 6748 ( BDD § 26 ) (dosesa, v.l.).

Later treated as a simple vb. with stem

(a) toibn- (toipn-, toifn-). Perf. 3 s. rothoibnestar (rotobnestar, v.l.), Thes. ii 341.31 . pl. rotóipniset, 342.35 . Pass. pres. (with ro-) rotoifnethar, Hugh Roe 134.28 . Subj. impf. pl. rotoifnithi, AFM vi 2216.11 . Pret. rotoifneadh, 2130.19 . ? toibnide, Lec. 77a15 .

(b) tafn-: Indic. pres. 3 s. tafnid, PH 2587 . Impf. 3 s. rotafnitis, Cog. 180.18 . Condit. 3 pl. rothaféntais, TTr.² 1467 . Perf. 3 s. rothafind, SR 6405 . rotafuind, RC xvii 19.24 (Tig.). ro-s-tafaind, PH 2532 . rothafonn, TTr.² 1523 . do thathfainn , Keat. ii 719 , 3590 . tafnis, TFerbe 492 . 3 pl. rothaffniset, 317 . Pass. fut. taphnifider, Lib. Flav. i 31rb . Perf. rotafned, (c) taifn- (taibn-, taipn-) Pret. 3 s. taifnes, CCath. 194 . 3 pl. rotaifnitar, Thes. ii 342.35 . Pass. perf. ro-s-taifnit, PH 7223 . rotaipnedh, CCath. 5769 .

Vn. tafann. IGT Verbs § 54 . See 2 taifnigid.

Pursues, drives, hunts: gl. persequi, Ml. 36d17 , 39c28 , 41c5 , d10 , 44a13 , 61c16 , 142b4 . Of animals: dosennat secht n-aige (sic leg.) do Raith Cruachan, ZCP iv 34 ( TBFr. 58 ). dossib in rí inna heonu, IT i 131 . doseset a n-eti, TBC-I¹ 3088 . nír taibnither lat cloénmíla Cerna , RC xxii 391 ( BDD app. 14 ), cf. BDD § 26 . marbaidh ┐ taifnidh trét imda na caerach, SG 397 . Of persons: lúatha coin dotroiphnetar, BDD § 166 . amal tofunn dotséstae as though it were a pursuit with which thou wert pursued, Ériu i 200 (dotesta testa, v.l.). rothafonn na Mirmedónda remi, TTr.² 1523 . inti rothafaind Gulla ar dus who first routed the foreigners, Cog. 66 . rotoifneadh Goill tar a n-aiss, AFM vi 2130 . dosiph (dosip, v.l.) echtranno a hinsib, ZCP ix 452 . robris C. secht catha for na D. . . . co rotafuind asa thír, RC xvii 19 . gur thathfainn as an Easpáinn iad, Keat. ii 719 . ní rotoifniti as a ffoirb ndilis, AFM vi 2216 . go rostafainn ó a thír, i 114 . taifnes slúogh Bretan uadh, CCath. 194 . gur thafainn Magdalena . . . seacht ndeamhna uaithe féin, TSh. 8782 . rotaipnedh socraite Poimp don muigh, CCath. 5769 . In wider sense: da foltaib . . . rothafaind in goeth cugaind which the wind drove, Cog. 182 . for na critrib . . . rotafnitis rigmilid Clanni L. a hinnib . . . na claidium, 180 . Fig. tafnid in recht n-atharda drives out the law, PH 2587 . ro-s-tafaind a n-ires-sin dispelled their faith, 2532 .

In later lang. barks, yelps: taifnid re n-a mbeul, Psalms lix 7 . taifnedís amhuil madradh, 14 .

náimdemail

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adj i. (námae) hostile, inimical: naímdemail nad charddemail, TBC-LL¹ 6010. dona slogaib nertmaraib náimdémlaib, Alex. 241. neascóide naimhneamhla (sic), ML 78.26 . dochodur . . . co nemuis niata namdemail, Ann. Conn. 1236 § 8 . Of persons, prob. dangerous or implacable as a foe: Cerna nóisech náimtemail `famous foeman', Metr. Dinds. iv 208.90 . fer fergach . . . nemnech naimdemail, CCath. 351 (of Caesar).

selann

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Forms: seland, seilind, seillne, sellae

n ā, f. n s. seland, seilind, Mon. Tall. 52 (146.z) , 68 (155.y) . g s. seillne, 49 (145.21) . sellae, Corm. Bodl. 32.1 .

a fixed amount of some (prepared) condiment (permitted in alleviation of a strict fast): do-berar seland dóib hi tiuglagin nó for aran `let a seland be brought to them in their pottage or on bread', Mon. Tall. 52 (146.z) (there follows a story of a `cnoc de imbim' being added to pottage). ceith dand erán ┐ den seildind imbe, 63 (151.y) . denam seillne dano ind domnuch ni cóir laisim acht a ndenam ríam preparation of a s.¤, 49 (145.21) . ochtmad mbairgine Coluim Cilli i suidiu ┐ seilind ┐ bochtan ais maith, 68 (155.y) . noichtsealann imorro i ndomhnachuibh, Rule of Tallaght § 1 . lethshealann gacha hesparta, ib. meadhg-uisgi no deoch feadha ┐ séalann (anlann superscr.) arna mharach, ib. ni dentar imorro selaind imbe, acht loim medg-usci inntib oidche mairte, Rule of Tallaght § 10 . puincernn didiu cernn tomais sellae ┐ med tomais indile .i. in med inbech., Corm. Bodl. 32.1 . puiugin .i. selland imme .i. selland cernæ , Corm. Y 1051 . sallann .i. ainm tomais .i. do mhil, ut est ┐ salann innraic cach fir .i. tomas innraic. No is é so innracus fuil and, ut est ogh reirchirce, cethri hordlaige a thimcomac for tarrsna a .u. for fot cethri lan na huighi sin i cerna, issed lan na cerna sin a seallann, no sellann saille no tomus saille .i. lam dia lethet ossé cetharchuir, O'Dav. 1484 . ni bi selainn tredain and, acht tri lommann di usci cach dia, RC xv 491 § 32 . cethramthu sella indraicc mani bé ass, Ériu vii 140 § 3 .

1 úaithne

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Forms: úaithne, úaidhne, úaidne, uatne

n (older úatne ; acc. to O'Rahilly, SGS iii 67 a singulative of úat `wood,' later fúat, q.v. Cf. fúatne)

(a) a post, a prop, a support, a pillar : úaithne úaidhne úaidne m. IGT, Decl. § 2 . uatne .i. uait (v.l. uaid) suigdigter (v.l. suidigtar) in deilb, Corm. Y 1279 . gabhal fulaing, posd, úaitne, más `a base, pillar, undersetter' Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 365 ). Of the supports of a house : grianan in enuaitne (v.l. enuaine) the name of one of the houses at Temair , FDG 27 ( MR 6 ). ro ḟorchongair an caislén do chor ar uaithnedhaibh iar sin, ┐ ro leccadh go lár (a ref. to props used while undermining the walls, foot-note) AFM v 1316.10 . foraim [viz. cenn Duinn Bó] ar an fhuaithne úd thall `place it on yonder post,' TFrag. 46.13 . nicon facatár nech and acht catt bec boí forsind lár oc cluchiu forsna cetheóraib úaitnib lecdaib bátar and. no linged di cech úaitniu for araili, LU 1705 - 6 . luid arísi co rrabi fora úaitni, 1723 . Of the support, post of a bed or couch : benaid a cló n-argit ro boí ina láim frisin n-úaitni créduma inna imda, LU 8273 . iss and bátar for uaitne cerna in cholbai, LL 306b1 . uaithne don iobhar āluinn | fám iomdhaigh, KMMisc. 366 § 7 . tarla mh'ucht fan uaithne ccorr, ib. atconncadair tri huathnedha ... aga himfulang .i. uaitne i ndath snechta ..., RC x 185.24 . comhard re húathnibh na leaptha, Feis Tighe Chonáin 1567 . cetra huaithne um gach leabaid | d'ór is d'airced coimecair, SG 112.5 . the foundations of the earth : an té noch chroitheas an talamh as a áit, agus go ccriothnuighid a úaithnighe, Job ix 6 . Of the supports of the discus : mias adbulmor iaraind no umaidi ar uaitnedaib iaraind 'na lamaib, TTebe 2470 . Cf. gur ab iad [viz. na subháilcidhe bunadhasacha `cardinal virtues'] is Toibreacha, bun, ┐ ... Uaithnighe do mhórán Subháilceadh oile, Donlevy 198 .

(b) fig. or metaph. (of people) : da uaithne agha ┐ iorghaile fer nE. (of Cú Chulainn and Fer Diad), TBC-LL¹ 471 n. 6 . úaidne Moighe cáoim Chédne (: cúairdne), IGT, Decl. ex. 1172 . uaitne na sgol lé bhfuil gach fáidh-ḟile, Ir. Monthly 1920, 482.5 . aoidhe sgeoil uaignigh anduibh | d'uaitnibh an eoil ḟuaramair, 1919, 456.14 . tú an treas uaithne don oineach, 1928, 609.20 . dá uaithne oinigh Eireann, L. Cl. A. B. 111.16 . dá uaitne teanna an talmhan, Ir. Monthly 1923, 587.15 . lán ... | an teach d'uaithnibh iorghoile `pillars of valour,' 1919, 105.37 . le huaithnibh catha Cláir Laighean, 1920, 209.15 . na n-uaithnedhaib imresna `pillars in the fight,' O'Gr. Cat. 502.17 . uaithne oir na nÉilech, AU iii 582.23 . Cf. ML² 1579 . uaithne briste berne baoghail, AFM v 1636.10 . in dara huatni airechais ... Erend, Cog. 52.23 . ceithre uaithne ... oirechais Alban, MR 248.9 . in t-uaithne airechais, Acall. 64 (of Patrick). da uatni congbala ... flathamnais Erend, Cog. 70.9 . uaithneda fíchdha F., ML² 1362 . Cf. ML 100.27 . uaithne ót inis d'imthigh ..., Hackett xiv 13 . giodh truagh liom fuainne na faire `the prop of vigilance,' Ó Bruad. i 176.18 . fuainne ós fearaibh, ii 60.9 . d'éag mo nuair an fuainne d'ḟuiling | anntrom cháich ..., 180.13 .

As a legal term : huaitne (in a list of 26 grades of dignity), Laws iv 344.5 (sequel to Críth Gabhlach). huaitne ; fonluing ocus frisellaghar in fer .i. friseillget troigh ocus aidheilgen ; fer foloing einechgresa chin imluad fine, Laws iv 350.24 . see Manners and Customs iii 519 where tr. `a pillar of endurance and attendance' (i.e. `a term applied to a man appointed to attend to and supply the wants of the wretched and homeless poor ; the relieving officer of the ancient Irish,' ib. Gl. Index p. 604 ).

(Of the legs of a boar) : ro éirigh in muc ar a huathneduib dímóra derid, Fianaig. 66.17 .