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cena

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n cach manach tar eis a laile on eclais isin c.¤ , O'Curry 871 ( H 3.18, 391b ) `the monastic refectory (Lat. coena )', Plummer MS. notes.

cuit

Cite this: eDIL s.v. cuit or dil.ie/13717
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Forms: cuitig, cotach, cotanna, cotannaib, cuitig, cuta, cuid, cuitigh, cotcondaib

n i, f. Later also with velar inflection (a d s. cuitig, g s. cotach etc. and nasal inflection (a pl. cotanna, d pl. cotannaib) . For n s. cuitig see Thurn., ZCP xx 367 . ? n s. cuta, CRR 43 , 44 , cited below (if not predic. g s. or to be referred to ad-cota). cuid f., IGT Decl. § 42 . cuitigh f., § 187 . d p. cotcondaib, O'Gr. Cat. 289.33 .

1 share, part, portion : adbur an tseóil ... ┐ sé 'na secht cotannaib, Ev.Inf. (LFF) 191 § 40 . dénaidh cranncur umna secht cotannaibh sea, Ev.Inf. (LFF) 191 § 40 . dar éis chota na mban, Metr. Dinds. iii 14.178 . ch.¤act of God (of death of woman), Cáin Ad. 42 . gor cuir a c[h]uitig go ceart / go cubaidh 'san cantairecht (of Gregory the Great), ZCP viii 114.22 . leth do chuite, LL 36668 = chota, Fél. 64.25 . c.¤ na n-anmand n-indligtech, MacCarthy 62.w . nocho nfuillter o choitibh, Auraic. 1444 = o chouitibh, 4494 . aithgin a chota, Laws iii 270.16 Comm. im ithlaind i cuitib `in shares', i 124.17 . fer codach ain fir (leg. aínḟir ?) `a freeman', Celt. Rev. iv 204.12 (see n.). conid airimh in sain is fuilliu anda coit tre taithmet a lethe ` factors ', Auraic. 1452 . go ndearnattar cotanna croinne . . . ┐ blodha bearnacha . . . ┐ aisleagha cearta . . . do na craoiseachaibh, Eachtra Uill. 3016 . éisdidh re cuid Moire a mhná `the verses to Mary', Dán Dé xxvi 43 . a cuidich ar na fasdodh `their wares thus bespoken' (of poets), Magauran 852 . rannais E. . . . cúigeadh Ch. i n-a thrí cotchaibh, Keat. i 116.z . a chodcha íochtaracha = lower parts, Isaiah xliv 23 . tig ót omna ḟaidcheannaigh / an chomhla na codchannuib in pieces(?), IGT Decl. ex. 69. 2106 . ba chuta dom ṡeilbse sain ale for seilb neich n-aill n-aile, LL 23161 `a right of my possession', CRR 43 . ba chuta damsa, LL 23165 `a part(?) for me', CRR 44 . c.¤ péne see pían . c.¤ tobaig, Binchy, Celtic and Anglo-Saxon kingship 18 . Of share in an action, participation: nād bi coimtig laech nó læiches nād bī c.¤ oc marbad duini `that has not had a share in . . .', RC xv 488 § 7 . a-tá dhóibh cuid i n-a chrochadh, Dán Dé xxxi 28 . na bid do chuid ic denum uilc frissin duine firen sa (Pilate's wife's message), Rawl. B 512, 72b cited Plummer MS. notes. Perh. also: gach arg cumhdaigh ar do chuid `belongs to thee', SGS iv 60 § 3 . bí ar mo chuid be on my side, Dán Dé i 3 .

2 With follg. prepp.: c.¤ cáich dinrath diadu, Wb. 5d6 . truagh an chuid-sin dom chrábhadh, Dán Dé xxviii 25 . do chuid don chondradh `thy part in this transaction', O'Hara 2258 . fá phéin . . . a choda don tsaoghal do chailleamhuin wordly goods, Desid. 3970 . a chuidigh ar an gclasach, IGT Decl. ex. 2107 `his part of the ditch', Bard. Synt. Tr. 180.11 . ni dlig fer in bunait c.¤ indib `the original owner is not entitled to any share in them', Laws iv 180.24 . manibe cuid deid inda gabail `if thou have no share in receiving them', Mon. Tall. 128.17 . ann . . . ní roibhe ar gcuid `no claim on it' (of heaven), Aithd. D. 97.32 . ni fuil cuid duib isin fir sa (to demon), Otia i 115.6 . ismaith ach.¤ occa `good is His share in it', Wb. 26d18 .

3 Of property, possession, means : do chuaidh mo shúil tar mo chuid, Dánta Gr. 88.1 . ar tairccsin a choda (cotach, R), Grail 3842 . mo chuid is cuid mh'anma, Dán Dé xxix 10 . ní . . . do chuid na comharsan neighbour's goods, Parrth. Anma 2537 . adhluicthear iad lé cuid dhuine eile at somebody else's expense, Mac Aingil 971 . bith-shearbh do chruth ┐ do chuid `followers(?)', Dán Dé xxix 22 .

4 Of partiality, love for a person: ni fil diib mnaí nachit charad no ná beth c.¤ duit who was not partial to thee, LU 3269 ( SCC 6 ). ni raibi c.¤ menman na aicenta di ann she had no vestige of love for him, Acall. 5696 . mo cuid, mo cuisle (term of endearment), Ériu ii 89 § 9 . `mochuidig tu' ol in t-espocc; conid de do len Mochuda de, BNnÉ 291 § 5 . ro ba chuid chroide leo faicsin na bflathuaisled `their hearts hailed the advent of . . .', Caithr. Thoirdh. 56.35 .

5 portion of food, meal; evening meal (frequ. cuitig in this sense. Cf. "cuddy", Irish cuid oidhche, of the State Papers', Féil. Mhic Néill 21.11 ). oc ergnom cota methli, LU 4349 . opar in lochta asa c.¤-seo, 4351 . ind ingen no gebed láim fora cuitseom, 6006 (TBC). slicht a ḟíacal 'na ch.¤ (sign of fop), Triads 103 . co mbad ch.¤ fíach, Ériu iv 94.6 . caith do chutig, LB 151a35 . is ferr . . . a chutig do breith dó `his ration', MacCongl. 13.27 . a cuidigh nír chognadair, IGT Decl. ex. 1344 . co fargdais c.¤ na aidchi (of birds), TBC-LL² 1707 . tar cend chota na hoidchi by way of supper, LB 134a48 . cuid corgais, BNnÉ 282.22 . ar ēnchuid Chorghuis, Celtica i 219.348 `principal meal on a fast day', Gloss. thoirbhir é féin dúinn ina chuid dhēidhenaigh Last Supper, Parrth. Anma 833 . cuid ┐ dīnnéur prandium . . . coena , Rial. S.F. 350 .

6 Of cited words force, meaning: ise c.¤ in dilmuin is ecin, Laws ii 82.15 Comm. is e c.¤ in acht and, iv 42.1 Comm. 46.11 Comm.

7 As pron.: c.¤ oc marbad duni some, Ériu xix 60 § 8 . in c[h]uid nār marbad dīb those who . . ., ML² 385 . do chuid ēigin do na cairdionālaibh, Beatha S. F. 927 . cuid 'na ndúsgadh dhíobh ┐ cuid 'na cciúnus, 1051 . ro mebaid ar in cuid ele the others, Grail 3315 . ag gabháil ar chuid aca, ┐ ag marbhadh choda eile, Mk xii 5 .

8 With follg. gen. some, a certain amount : cen ch.¤ ṅdígnai `without a whit of reproach', Fél. July 29 . cuid focall ┐ impide, AU i 560.12 . cen ch.¤ cairde, Snedg. u. Mac R 12 § 50 . cuid amharais `matter of doubt', TD 7.4 . a Chrīst gan cuid cairighthe O Christ free from censure, ACL iii 230.z . gan chuid caithmhe, Dán Dé iv 20 . mairg fer budh cuid coindmedha, IGT Decl. ex. 864 . Follg. exx. from Laws are perh. to be refd. to this section, though sense may be rather due, proportion, fixed amount, etc.: c.¤ forbaig, Ir. Recht 34 § 36 . do cuiti frithe `waif-share', Laws v 324.1 Comm. co cuiti geill, 346.20 Comm. cuitig tobaig `Eintreibungsanteil', Ir. Recht 59.12 (see above). ma fis cen trebaire, dilius cuiti feasa iar ndechmad, ┐ ni fuil crich fri cuite trebaire, O'Curry 2392 ( Eg. 88, 30bb ). is cuiti treb-dire is esbadhach air[e] `a share of house-`dire ', Laws v 162.25 Comm. is é c.¤ tucaite gach neich dib, O'D. 578 ( H 3.17, 444 ) (see tucait). cuit urgnuma `Besorgungsanteil', Stud. in E. Ir. Law 59 § 30 . With possess. and follg. gen. of noun replacing simple noun: íc ithí a codach arain ┐ immí eating their bread and their butter, IT iii 101. z . do chuid chroinn ón aongha inn thy lot, Aithd. D. 84.19 (see n.). co cabra a c.¤ carat dear ones, Ériu xix 5 § 5 . in bhar ccuid ionnmhais, Beatha S. F. 2235 . ? ní fuil écht do choite féin inti (a horse), SG 242.32 . Phr. c.¤ ronna appar. = c.¤ : mo chuid ronna dhíobh ar ndul `after the death of my chosen ones', Aithd. D. 14.21 . dod chuid ranna go rua sinn `may I come among thy folk', Dán Dé xxviii 22 . loighead na codach comhronna, Ériu viii 135.2 . bhur ccuid ronna = portio vestra, Rial. S.F. 1460 . an triocha chét sin . . . do chuid ronna, Hugh Roe² 40.10 . Note also: cor' brisidur muineil chodach acu some of them, Fier. 213 . ataid lochta nach cuidich orro considerable(?), IGT Metr. Faults§ 87 .

9 a matter of, a mere : ni síratrab act is c.¤ fresligi, Wb. 3d4 . isc.¤ airicc camai nigaib airechas `it is a mere finding however; it gets not leadership', 3d8 . ní ba c.¤ adíll cucuib-si gl. manebo; a matter of a (mere) visit (?) `a passing visit', 14a8 . Cf. 27b25 and Ml. 102a15 . cid do uáir .i. c.¤ hóre gl. etsi ad horam, 16b5 . c.¤ ree `for a time', Tur. 71 . ní c.¤ broto acht is dugrés gl. ad momentum, Ml. 32c10 . c.¤ foammamigtho tantum ón `as to subjugation only', 67c2 . is c.¤ atoíbthe nammá `it is a mere adherence', Sg. 29b15 . 18 . anas c.¤ erroris annt gl. non ipsum errorem, ZCP vii 481.29 ( Enchir. Aug. 74b ). This may also be the use in: cuid aidhbhsighthe, Content. xiv 47 . ger chuid mhaoidhimh `something to boast of', O'Hara 917 . TD 10.22 . mélltar is-in c.¤-si do'n chennaigecht, PH 7585 `in this very matter of merchandise', Gloss.

10 In phr. ar ch.¤ with gen. as regards : arch.¤ óisa et bésa `as regards age and morals', Wb. 28d24 . arcomfulidib ar ch.¤ ceneuil `our kinsmen by race', Ml. 66d1 . ar ch.¤ suin tantum , Sg. 59b8 . 112a2 . 138a5 . 200b8 . ar ch.¤ choemdha `in the matter of cohabitation', Blathm. 154 . atometha lat ar mo ch.¤ féin, LU 10907 `as for me', Ériu xii 184 § 14 . Note also: is í breath rucadh uir[ri-si] ana c.¤ féin, Ériu iii 150.x . ar chuid Chuinn . . . ar a cuid(h)siomh, ML 70.29 . mo cuid-se dhe, as lor leam . . . as for me, Luc. Fid. 3765 . ? ní bá mo ch.¤-se . . . dorega farcend `so far as concerns me, ye shall not be opposed', TTr.² 338 = ZCP xxx 53 .

11 With cid: cid c.¤ a foraithmit dam `even as to their recollection by me', gl. in memoriam, Ml. 37c14 . cid c.¤ a ocmaide nammá `even as to touching it only', 39a10 . cid c.¤ áimraid commenic `even as to mentioning it frequently', gl. in familiarem usum, 11 .

12 In adv. phr. ara ch.¤-sidi however, nevertheless (`as to it', `as regards this', etc., Thes.): nímptha fírion ara ch.¤ sidi gl. sed non in hoc etc., Wb. 8d24 . ciasu airegdu in fer arach.¤ sidi nirubi nechtar de cenalail neque mulier sine uiro , 11c17 . arách.¤ sidi is de corpore dissi gl. num ideo non est de corpore? 12a26 . ni fetar sa mo imthechta arach.¤-ade gl. si autem tardauero, 28c10 . ar[a] ch.¤ sidi gl. quamuis, Sg. 184b1 . 195b4 .

fled

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fled or dil.ie/22295
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Forms: flid, fledaib, fledh, fledhóil

n ā, f. (cf. W. gwledd) d s. hí flid (gl. epulemur) Wb. 9b14 . d p. fledaib, 27b3 . fledh, IGT, Decl. § 39 .

(a) a feast, banquet, carousal (esp. a drinking-feast, oft. associated with vbs. ólaid, dáilid) : f.¤ .i. lántṡāsad etir dig ┐ mír, Corm. Y 619 . rodáiled in ḟ.¤ sain for mathib Lochlainne, corbat mesca CRR 13 . boí f.¤ mór la Bricrind do Chonchobur, LU 8041 ( FB 1 ). oc tinól na flede collecting provisions for the banquet 8043 (ib.). co ndernai L. fleid do P. (= fecit coenam magnam), Lat. Lives 55 . ic fleid (= in convivio) 73 . aigthi carat im ḟleid, ScM. 5 . cen a cena [ = coena ] ... cen mo mair ... .i. is fleth mo betha, O'Mulc. 218 . robennach [Pátraic] fleith in méich ... ic epscop Trian ... dia roṡásta fir Muman the feast of the bushel (given) by Bishop T. Trip. 216.7 . f.¤ deoda, f.¤ doena, f.¤ demanda (leg. domanda ?), Laws iii 18 = SM Facs. 47b (i.e. entertainment given in honour of God, to a chief, and to low company, f.¤ domonda .i. fled doberar do macaib bais ┐ drochdainaib, Laws iii 24.5 ( SM Facs. 48a , where `e' is given as alternative to the first `o' of `domonda.' Cf. O'Dav. 954 , where f.¤ domunda is expld. as hospitality given to those who return it). f.¤ flatha (entertainment due to a chief) Laws i 194.25 . f.¤ fúain see fúan. ba sí ... comairle rochinnset ... .i. fled do thargud do thig Cairpri to provide a banquet at the house of C. ZCP xi 61.3 . fleg crolige ` death-feast' (funeral feast ?) Laws v 432.15 Comm. do thochaithem na fledi, PH 7287 . nā samail flead re fuigeall do not compare leavings with a banquet ACL iii 246 § 37 . Used of drink only : cen fleda d'ol, PH 8127 . ar ól bhfleadh, TD 11.22 . do ól na fledi TBC-LL¹ 986 . tucastar [in ingen] cuach ... ┐ a lán do midh ... ann ┐ tuc il-láim Ḟind ... ┐ ba geis do Ḟ. fled d'obu, Acall. 4961 . Hence

(b) a beverage: fuaruisge a bhfleadh, TD 21.9 . suighi na fighbaide as fleagha dhoibh, Marco P. 166 . dogniter flegha leo do shiucra, etc. or ni bi finemain leo, 187 . Compd. ¤ól drinking at a feast, conviviality: dāltir f. for Luignib, Anecd. i 14 . oc ind ḟ. carousing Lat. Lives 8 = Trip. 52.19 . ag f., ZCP vii 306.8 . g s. co cornaibh ... fledhóil , x 410.25 . ¤ólach given to feasting, convivial: a s f. fri flaith fledolig, ZCP viii 306.27 . ¤ḟót hospitable, convivial soil, land: fleadhḟód Fáil, Ir. Monthly 1927, 552 ( 23 F 16, 174 ).

See also fletech.

mandál

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Forms: mandáil

n o, m., and mandáil i, f. (Lat. mandatum `ablutio pedum quae fit in Coena Domini', Du Cange , cf. John xiii 14 ; see Stokes, Ling. Val. Ir. Ann. 74 , RC vii 364 ). Maundy, the washing of feet (on Holy Thursday): in uair dorinne Sé an mhandáil dá espalaib dia dhardáoin cennlá, Maund. § 28. dia Dardaín dá ndearna manndáil Mac na flatha, IGT Dec. ex. 1102. Dardaoin mandáil Maundy Thursday, ALC ii 333. Dardain mbandal, LB 238 (c) marg. inf. gacha dardáin mandail, BCC § 158. dia Dardaoin mandala, AFM iv 1098.25 .

maraid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. maraid or dil.ie/31563
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Forms: mairid, mair-, mar-, maired, maraith, mair, marait, mardda, mairte, mairde, mairit, mēraid, mérait, mértait, merdait, merdaid, mairf-, marabh, marathar, marathar, marthar, marthain, merdais, mair, céin máir

ā, and mairid i, vb. This is a BI verb Ériu lvi 23n . The stem mair- is usual in conjunct form of 3 s. pres. and in later lang. prevails over mar- (see Thurn. Hdb. 335 ). Imp. 3 s. maired, TBC-LL¹ 4615 , 4634 . Pres. 3 s. maraith, Sg. 203 marg. ( Thes. ii p. xxii ). nád mair , Wb. 3c15 . 3 pl. marait, Fél. Prol. 88. (rel.)) mardda, Sg. 203 marg. mairte (mairde, mairit v.l.), Fél. Prol. 194. Fut. 3 s. mēraid, Ml. 100b4 . 3 pl. mérait; mértait (spurious form), LU 2581. merdait, PH 2765 , Acall. 7767. merdaid, Alex. 238. Later b-fut., stem generally mairf-; 1 s. ni marabh , IGT Dec. ex. 921. S-pret. Deponent forms occur in Laws (text): a marathar de, ii 394.25 . ma marathar seoit, 316.18 , cf. 338.18 and O'Dav. 1085. Pass pres. ni marthar , LU 581 ( ACC § 11a ). vn. marthain.

I

(a) lasts, persists, is extant, remains (in existence): maraith sercc céin mardda aithne love remains as long as property remains, Sg. 203 marg. ( Thes. ii p. xxii ). meraid hua chlaind fri claind a n-aithis their reproach will endure, Ml. 100b4 . maraid dogres in dearc, PH 5922. intan marbthar in corp, ni lugaite marus int anumm, 7480 . is dogres marus dligedh an etargnaithe the law of the intellect exists always, Laws i 36.12 Comm. maraid beos in cloch sin (= stat adhuc), Lat. Lives 104. mairid fós aít na tobar sin, Maund. § 254. céne marus bith as long as the world lasts, Trip. 70.20 . cia nos-timna dod charaid | sec[h] cía maruid ni mera you may bequeathe it (your wealth) to your friend, but though it survives you it is still transitory, Ériu ii 228.18 . acht coro mardais a cnama cen combach provided their bones remained unbroken, ZCP xii 244.19 . mo thiopra . . . meraidh co laithe in bratha, Anecd. ii 21. roinn mac nIughoine gur mhar ar Éirinn trí céad bliadhan, Content. vi 85. is bec ro mair de little was left of him (= he nearly died), ZCP vi 50.21 . nir mair don Tháin acht blogha di nama, ACL iii 4.7 . acht co marat m'airscéla dimm' ēsi provided my fame lives after me, TBC-LL¹ 1112 , cf. TBC-I¹ 551. mēruidh a coisscēlu cīan | cēn mērus soiscēla slān, ZCP x 47.2 . go mairfedh a bhladh do shir, BNnÉ 329 § 63. comad faididi do merdais siad that they may last the longer, Rosa Angl. 158.16 (cond. for subj. impf.). Strengthened with prefix bith-: suthain flaith fail uas nélaib . . . bithmeraid, LL 133b8 . bithmarait a piana, Fél. Prol. 88. Of remaining, persisting in a certain place: dia luid Aithirni . . . ro muir isin slíab he abode, Metr. Dinds. iii 106. gidh sunn, cidh tall no mairmis, BNnÉ 313 § 5. do mhairetar na leabair sin aimser fhoda a nhÍ, BCC § 221. With DO of person: co tí in dál-sa maras det that Judgement that awaits thee, Metr. Dinds. iii 130. dondí nos-comallfa méraít a fochraice, Ériu ii 208 § 28. da mhar int eallach d'Iacim Joachim (still) kept his stock (after selling it), ACL iii 244 § 6. With oc remains with, is in the possession of: maired mo chlaideb acut da Laígaire (= keep my sword for L.), TBC-LL¹ 4615 = coimét . . . agat, St. ro mairseat na scelai sin occan eascob, RC xiv 62.7 . With LA: ind ordnasc doratus-[s]a duit-siu, in mair latt? hast thou it still? LL 251a16 ( TBFr. Med. and Mod.Ir. Ser. v 293 ), cf. ZCP iv 43.4 . is leo ro marustar bretha they preserved the judgements, Laws i 36.20 Comm. maradh le cloinn Néill tre tár may it be an abiding disgrace to Clan N., ZCP viii 224 § 28. Ath ṅGrene . . . méraid ra cách a chumne, TBC-LL¹ 740.

Of persons often remains alive, survives, is left: maraidh fós araile senóir do lucht ar mainistrech-ni, RC xxv 396 § 13. in mairend hé? is he still alive? TFerbe 531 . dia maradh d'eis a bhraithreach, AFM vi 2216.24 . ní mhaireann Fionn Finn is no more, Oss. iv 10.7 . ní mair in drong úabair, Fél. Prol. 199. co nAeth mac M. nach mair, IT i 108.16 . Ailill Miltenga nád mair, ZCP viii 218 § 19. ro imig in Sabhdan asin cath ┐ gach ar-mair dia muindtir all that survived, ZCP vi 57.27 . Often simply = lives: bi a péin abus gēin mara endure suffering here while thou livest, ZCP ix 173 § 19. cēn ro marsat, ACL iii 2.15 = céin robatar i mbíu H. Esp. in late lit.: go maireadh drong dhíobh ós cionn ocht gcéad bliadhan (of the patriarchs), TSh. 405. coimhéd m'aitheanta ┐ mair!, Proverbs iv 4.

(b) the expression céin-mair becomes stereotyped with the meaning long lives, hence happy, fortunate , folld. by nom. or dat., often a mere interjection: céinmair noda-ainsed happy he who should spare him, BDD 111. cénmair tír dianad buachail, RC xvii 173.19 (Tig., poem). cenmair tuaith dia ro genair blessed the race from which he sprang, SR 2736. cein-mair anmain dia ndichet, KMMisc. 212 § 5. cenmair hUlltaib, mairc Iarnaib, TBC-LL¹ 3424. Sometimes treated as a noun: cenmair i n-a ḟlaith prosperity in his reign, B. in Scáil 27 ( ZCP xiii 380 , iii 464 ). cen mo mair .i. cēn a cena [= Lat. coena ], mair uita . . . .i. is fleth [= fled] mo betha, O'Mulc. 218. cenbe mair while life lasts (? bē = 3 s. subj. pres. of subst. vb.), Ériu i 122 z . — This expression must be distinguished from the advb. céin máir (acc. of cian már) a long time, for ever , see cían.

II Rarely trans.

(a) in impers. construction, generally in pass.: ised am [tatham YBL, sic leg.] cein nom-mair while I live (?), IT i 80.3 . (However, Uhlich emends to no-mmar (: romar) which he takes as pres. subj. 1 s.: ised am (tatham YBL, sic leg.) céin no-mmar 'as long as I may live,' LMU 269 , Ériu lvi 23 ). ? So also in abbreviated form in: ní ṡechnaim ’san Mide mar I will not avoid in Mide as long as I live Ériu xxi 145 § 10 . ni marthar lenn (.i. ni fil nech d'iarmorad ocunn) `there is no remaining with us' (= we have nought abiding?), ACC 11a ( RC xx 162 ).

(b) lives to see, experience: ó's leatsa luighe le Caitilín . . . go mairir í may you live to enjoy her, Hackett xxii 7 (a mod. use, still current in similar phrases).

III In Bérla na f.: coire erma . . . maraid (.i. rāid-sim enecland do cách) martair (.i. rāidhter eneclann dō ō chāch), Anecd. v 27.7 ; gloss may be conjectural.