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cocaill

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x see coicill .

coclad

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n appar. = coicill (in sense of `saving' a fire. Same wd. as next?): tnu .i. coicilt . . . amal tine i coclad, O'Dav. 1590 . ro cuir refead lasamain fon coccladh `the saved-up fuel', CCath. 3333 . feib beisi aodh a gcogladh (: throgham), ZCP v 487 § 1 (B. na f.) .i. amhail bhís teine a coigill, n. Fig. ar ba tene a coclaigh (coclaid, v.l.) atacomnuic-sium a hidden fire(?), Anecd. ii 63.13 . tene i coclaid . . . / iss ed ra chorc a chaemó, LL 18129 . fo thairr coire sin coclaid, 18136 .

coicell

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Forms: coicle, coicne, coicéile, coigle

n [ā, f.] (com + cíall, see Meyer Ériu ii 57 n. 2 ). n p. coicle, coicne (also as n s.). Cf. coicéile (c), coicill . ? coigle m., IGT Decl. § 2 (39.14) .

Thought, secret; intention : coiccill .i. smúainteachadh no imradhu . . . buí iga choigill ina mheanmain, Ériu xiii 67 § 76 . coigill .i. smuaineadh no rún, O'Cl. coigle .i. rún, ibid. is eol dam-sa cech cocell / it chridiu ro buí `thought', Ériu xviii 20 § 35 ( Blathm. 100 § 35 ). as e scrudas nama / inne caich ┐ a ccoiglea, Blathm. 163 . hi mbrethir hicocell hiṅgním in thought, Thes. i 253.11 (St. Miss.) ( coicill .i. imrad, O'Mulc. 281 ). ? saor dar coicli clann in tsaír / nír scaíl ball oibri dar úaig, IGT Decl. ex. 54 . serc . . . / conrig coiclea co ndéni `fetters thoughts', Ériu i 195.3 . coigle bana beodaige pure, living thoughts, 138.8 = coicne, ii 55 § 4 . coicni gēr gonus dāine / ni frithit māine māra, Corm. Y 948 . a coigle gur críchnaiged (: oibre) `purpose', Metr. Dinds. iii 56.24 . arus-foet caill duleglas / ropo coigne uleamhnas (`slaughter'), Fianaig. 10.z . coicne fri antestai `secret plotting', Celtica viii 62.44 (coicce, v.l.). coicli .i. comairle, ut est nísn-imraide na coicli cridi, O'Dav. 373 = coicle .i. folach, H 3.18, 31 a cited ib. Cf. tū mo choicli cridi (C.C. to Fer Díad), TBC-I¹ 2658 = chocne, TBC-LL¹ 3469 = coiccne, TBC(C) 2065 . do las coigle gach cridhe (: oibre), Arch. Hib. i 92 § xxv . promad cach a coigni, O'D. 542 ( H 3.17, 434 ) = a choigine .i. . . . a cubhais, O'Curry 1770 ( 23 Q 6, 37 a ).

coiceltach

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adj ( coicill ) sparing : neach nach ca[i]gealtach ar crodh 'a person not sparing in the matter of wealth', Celtica xxvii 50 § 9 .. See also 1 nem-.

coicill

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Forms: cogailt, cagailt, cogaill, cagaill, coigilt, caigilt, coigill, caigill, cogail, cagail

n (orig. -ell ā, f. ? Cf. coicell) vn. of con-ceil (see Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 483 ). cogailt cagailt cogaill cagaill coigilt caigilt coigill caigill f., IGT Decl. § 42 . Verbs § 62 . cogail cagail f., Decl. § 10 (53.2) . Treated as m. in: crithre an chosnaimh 's an choigill, Hackett² xxxii 28 . crithir an chiuil 's an choigill, Keat. Poems 268 . Cf. dob é a nénspréidh choigil . . . é, Caithr. Thoirdh. 3.31 . grís choguil ceardchan na ndruadh, Butler Poems 1479 .

Act of sparing, preserving : ara c.¤ la C., ZCP viii 308.30 . maith do chaicill chliar is chros `good at cherishing clergy and crosses', Ériu xvi 165 § 46 . cen oen-neach do ch.¤ a charat, Celtica iv 28.390 . ni thuc cacill ar nech dib gave quarter to none, Cog. 182.24 . ar ch.¤sparing him, PH 5133 . cagail d'Íbh Táil nō a dtathaoir, Content. vii 1 . coigill an bhídh, vi 79 . gan cheist choigilte ar obair, Hackett² xxxvii 15 . a ccoigill `in reserve', Duan. F. ii 314 § 59 . In phr. cen ch.¤ mercilessly : romarbsat . . . / . . . Hūi Ch. cen ch.¤ , ZCP viii 119.30 . rocuired . . . in cath gan ch.¤ , Lism. L. 3048 . rothoirbir nua bidh . . . gan coigilt unstintingly, ZCP vi 25.24 . Of raking fire to preserve embers: san íarmhérghe / d'éis chogalta, IGT Decl. 1190 (chodalta, v.l.). adudh do chor i coiccill an choccaidh, AFM v 1792.17 . Note also: hi cocill chumucc, LU 5505 (rhet.). T. .i. cagail (sic leg.) rigtoisech sil M. the only leader left, Ann. Conn. 1278.8 . See coclad.

coigilt

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comḟuilid

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Forms: comḟuilige, commuilidi, comḟolbthaige

n i, m. (fuil, see GOI 171 ). Later also comḟuilige. commuilidi, BB 241a45 (cf. comḟolbthaige, comm-) blood-relative: honaib comfulidib echtrannaib .i. ar comfulidib ar chuit ceneuil gl. consanguineís, Ml. 66d1 . dia chomfulidib fessin `to his own kinsmen', 67c2 . na tabraid coicill . . . do carait no do comḟuilidhi (= -ige), CCath. 5162 . comat derga airm chaich assa chomfhuiligi, YBL 173b27 . roadnaic cach . . . a chomfialusa ┐ a chomuilidhe `relatives', Ériu viii 56.6 . a chairde ┐ a chomhḟuilidhe, AFM v 1772. 15 .

con-ceil

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Forms: coiglid, caiglid, coclad, coicill, coicelta, coicelta

v ( Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 483 . Occas. also with root cell-, ibid. 482 ). Later coiglid, caiglid. IGT Verbs § 62 .

(a) hides, conceals : cia chonchelae ón (rectius -celae, Edd.) gl. si hostium disimulas, Ml. 106c14 . actmachotchela, Wb. 5a9 . concelasiu ón gl. disimulato, Ml. 101a1 (see Ped.). disamlad .i. conchelad ón, 114c3 . conaicelt ┐ dorolaig in peccad gl. desimulauit, 49c9 . rūn mnā ní maith con-celar, Sc.M² 3 . c.¤ con-tūasi `he who remains silent conceals', Celtica viii 74.z ( ZCP iii 454.11 ). ben c.¤ a forcur, Laws v 272.5 . con-cleith egna in abhraibh iomhuis, Ériu xiii 39.z `he conceals', O'Dav. 27 . mad mebul cotacéla, Ériu iii 98 § 11 . conithcheil fair who hides it (sin) from Him, vii 158.25 . con-celta-si fora cēile she kept (it) from her husband, Corp. Gen. 139.x . ? rocoicle[s]tar dilgudh grinde ingin [nairchinne], O'Dav. 1334 , but cf. ? coiglestar.

(b) spares, protects (persons): conar' choicled . . . / nech amáthair, SR 4141 . nīr coigletar corp arali, Fianaig. 92.30 . níor chogail sé a Mhac fēin = Filio suo non pepercit, TSh. 2862 . With DO: ni ro coiccill side do duini . . ., ┐ ni mo cocceladh P., CCath. 5146 - 7 . coigil dúinn, a thigherna = ut nobis parcas, Parrth. Anma 3870. 3974 .

(c) spares, saves, hoards, withholds : na coiclidh ní, RC xxvii 290 § 49 . caiglidh . . . a bhríathra = spareth his words, Proverbs xvii 27 . feile nar coiccledh ar chách (of a saint), BNnÉ 282.3 . meirdrech . . . ni choiglionn sí í féin ar aóinfer, Ériu v 164.y .

(d) Of actions refrains from, desists from: nocho gcaigéal a rádh ribh `I will not cease repeating', Content. xxiv 10 . ná coiglidh cluiche ná cleas, DDána 53.20 . dáil a gcruidh ní choigill siad, O'Hara 910 . cor eich ní chaigle `thou dost . . . drive recklessly', Aithd. D. 77.27 . nir caigill briathar da burba do rad, Smaointe B. Chr. 2577 .

Vn. coclad, coicill . Part. coicelta. Vbl. of necess. coicelta.

1 cúana(i)rt, cona(i)rt

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Forms: conart, cúanart, conairt, cúanairt, conarta

n ā, f. (cúan, cú) conart cúanart f., IGT Decl. § 12 . conairt cúanairt f., § 13 . g s. conarta proscr. form, ex. 549 cf. Aithd. D. below. pack of wolves, hounds : ar cind aigi ┐ cūanart stags and hounds, TBC-I¹ 2508 . laechrad Chonnacht ┐ a cuanart, LL 22021 ( RC xv 477 ). ar conuibh Finn / cona chuanairt blaíth bhithbhinn, Acall. 192 . cuanarta, ML² 1828 . toisech conairti `Master of the Hounds', Dinds. 35 . roslen . . . cona chonairt, Metr. Dinds. iii 404.15 . ni licther conairt do conglec `pack of dogs', BCrólige 61 n. 17 . gin coicill fheola . . . graighedh na chuanfart, Marco P. 36 . conairt (conart, MS) le fer bḟinnChodhail / feadh a rodhairc ronnfuidhir, IGT Decl. ex. 398 . mo-nuar F. i gceallaibh cuanorta in the dogs' graveyard (of a pet dog), Aithd. D. 45.5 . donál conairte howling of wolves, Measgra D. 38.14 . nirpsa conair cúanarta (prov.), Rawl. B. 512, 112a1 , cited Contribb. 543 .

(b) Of warriors, etc. pack, band, company : uas an cuanairt cebhḟind, BB 33b53 (Leb. Gab.). conart chalma, Metr. Dinds. iii 304.19 .

Name of metre: cuanairt corranach Conri, IT iii 104 § 205 .

graig

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Forms: graigi

n i, m. and f. IGT Decl. § 45 . horses (coll.) : maith graig (groidh, MS) dorat damh rem lá, ACL iii 304 III § 3 . co ro hairmither ... feur fo cossaib greghae ┐ groigh Meic Lir la maur-anfini (sic) `till the blades of grass under horses' feet be counted, and the horses of the Son of Ler in a sea-storm,' RC xii 104.14 , 15 . serrach da gach groigh, BNnÉ 265 § 230 . n p. na graigi , Trip.² 496 . graighi ┐ alma bo (graigte v.l.), Trip. i 303.1 . co téighdis groigthi ┐ imirgecha ar in eighrid `so that studs and droves used to go on the ice,' RC xviii 30.14 . g p. rī Laigen līn ngraidhe, ZCP viii 108.4 . grēchach a ngreg aga nguin `the screams of their horses at being wounded,' ZCP i 366.15 . gan ghraifne greagh without horse-racing, Ériu viii 192.23 . gin coicill fheola dam ná graighedh (graidhedh , MS), ZCP i 266.22 . bainni a ngroighedh ┐ a lairthech `studs and mares,' ib. 23 . d p. cia noberthea itir graigib hErind `though it had been brought among the studs of Ireland,' Ériu v 30.14 . d'eachraidh áloinn ... ┐ do greghoip ... dognī eachraidh mór do na Rōmhānchaibh, Fl. Earls 182.14 . ? atá Temhair gan a tuar, atá fo gredhaibh a gael, ACL iii 304 III § 6 . Fig. groigh Meic Lir the horses of Mac Lir (a kenning for waves), RC xii 104 § 148 . groig Mic [Lir ar] in faitchi, Comp. CC 81 § 13 . Of a single horse : minic leis aisdear ar groigh (groidh, MS), ZCP viii 228.14 . ar mhuin groighe duinn, IGT Decl. ex. 1249 . Of persons : is e lín in grega glaen | claenne Eua acus Adaim, MacCarthy 26.4 .

imrád

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n o, m. vn. of imm-rádi. imrádh, imráth m. IGT Decl. § 11.

(a) the act of talking about, discussing, mentioning, recounting ; rumour, fame, reference: cid cuit á imraid co mmenic ni dernus `even as to mentioning it frequently I did it not,' Ml. 39a11 . atchuala Fer Diad in n-gae m-bolga d'i.¤ F.D. heard the `gae bulga' being discussed, TBC-LL¹ 3936. cia badh cubha[i]dh ré hiomrádh na n-aithiosg `who would be suitable to announce those terms,' CRR² § 9. robatur 'ga imradh cia leth noraghdais they were debating, RC xiv 40.18 . luad betha .i. o thengaid fer mbetha oca imrad, Fél.² cxxvii 14. gan iomrágh ar a ... hard chosgar `without mentioning its great slaughter,' Rel. Celt. ii 192.14 . Osgidha ... cen imrad ní fodhmam[m] `Osgitha ... we do not suffer her to be without consideration,' Gorm. Oct. 7. rob imnār le Muiri mōir | guide d'imrād ar ḟīrōigh addressing a request to a virgin, ZCP viii 562 § 4. báitir Garman 'sin loch lán | na heólaig aca i.¤ `the learned are continually making mention of it,' Metr. Dinds. iii 174.90 . Sgeallán Caol ... ara ndéinenn betha Fionnchon iomrádh, Mart. Don. 100.15 . ná leagar san teach a ttám | neach budh eagal dar n-iomrádh to our fame, Irish Texts i 38 § 13. o tchualadar imrad indsi Lemin `when they heard the tale of the island of Lemnos,' TTebe 2170 . iar gclos iomráidh na péiste dhó, Maguires of F. § 3. ón tráth fá a gcúalamar iomrádh bhur gcreidimh, Coloss. i 4. do bhí a iomrádh annsan uile chrích `his fame was in all nations,' 1 Kings iv 31. bíaidh iomrádh air iomrádh `rumour shall come upon rumour,' Ezekiel vii 26. gurab annamh bhíos luadh ná iomrádh ... ar an duine ó dho-gheibh bás, TSh. 4254. sgéal bhus cúis iomráith orra / 'na chúis iongnáith eatorra `a matter that will cause them to be discussed forms a curious dispute between them,' TD 15 § 26. ní mhaireann aicme Chonaill / dream ba rothoil i n-iomrádh, Measgra D. 55.30 . a clú, a eólas ┐ a iomradh naomhtha, Ó Héodhusa 95.10. lán d'iomrádh ┐ d'einech, AFM vi 2234.19 . céad slán iomráidh do na mnáibh, Dánta Gr. 3 § 1. tuar iomráidh `a portent of fame,' Content. xxx 13.

(b) act of meditating, thought: coicill .i. imrad, ut est [i mbréithir], a coicill, a ngnīmh, O'Mulc. 281. eadh risa ngebad a paider | ni biodh gan laiden d'iomradh `while he would say his paternoster he would not be without thinking of Latin,' ZCP i 66 § 137. Aithbi cen olc d'imrád `Aithbe who thought no evil,' Gorm. Apr. 4. do b'fhearr dhúinn gan iomrádh ort, Measgra D. 51.47 . do batar ac imrádh C.C. go mor `they set their thoughts right earnestly on C.C.', BCC 394.24 .

med

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Forms: medh, meda

n ā, f., medh, IGT Dec. § 39.17 . Occas. masc. in late lang.

(a) a balance for weighing: gl. libra, Sg. 100a1 ; lanx, 20a3 . m.¤ brithemnachtae Dae ( = libra judicii), Ml. 57d8 . i mmeid, gl. in stateram, 79b4 . m.¤, airmed, forrach, Triads 138. m.¤ tomais indile a balance for weighing cattle, Corm. Y 1053. screbul meidi imbiche, 1050 . cen meid mesra, LL 5b11 . ro curthea i mmeid. nicon rabi méit friged i nnachæ díb sech araile, 281b18 . an screpal do chor a meidh thomuis, Fl. Earls 164.27 . do thomhais mé an t-airgiod annsa meadh, Jerem. xxxii 10. maor na meidhe (of Archangel Michael), A. Ó Dálaigh xxxv 15 , cf. xxxiii 8 , PBocht 82 § 5. ag tomhas meidhe an mheasa the scales of judgement, PBocht 70 § 31. pl. Lucius Luculus . . . meda . . . do thuscurnud (i.e. L. invented balances), LL 143b17 . ? Midir na med, 209a30 . ardruri Mide na mmed, 184b37 = ACL ii 83 § 10 `of Meath of the balances'. Maedóc na mmed (: Lagen), LL 300b16 ( SG 371 ). meadha an tomhais, Ezekiel v 1. Fig. of a judge: meadh ós míltibh, Hackett xxxix 96.

(b) a weight, measure: medh lán-glaice [sic leg.] d'iaronn aithleagtha, RC xxix 136 § 53. dá mheidh do ghrán cruithnechta two measures, BNnÉ 26 § 19. do bleith an da meidhe sin, ib. trí meadha do mhin phlúir, Gen. xviii 6. In abstr. sense: trí céad . . . muc go meadh `heavy swine', Content. xviii 62.

(b 2) extent, amount (of land): is lais do-midethar med | na secht nime 'he owns the extent that he marks out of the seven heavens' Blathm. 765 . echtar mbroghadh meid 'outside the extent of [his] region' UR 29.17 . an mheadh do toimhseadh 'the amount of land which was marked off' Aithd. D. 159 § 14 .

(c) a counterpoise and hence fig. an equal, match , with gen. or DO: bar medh ga héin-eng 'na bfuigbinn? what single nook is there in which I could find your match? O'Gr. Cat. 507.8. ni fuighte med Maghnusa, Irish Texts ii 56 § 48. terc a medh righ do rígaib, 63 § 3 . medh comtrom Cormaic . . . ar ceartbreathaib, ALC i 352.30 , cf. 486.18 . níor mheadh Murchadh dho [leg. do Mh.?] mar chuing | 's níor mheadh do Bhrian Maoilsheachluinn `he was not Murchadh's equal as warrior, as Maolsheachluinn was not Brain's', Content. xviii 142. ní raibhe i Mucroimhe | lámh ba meadh do láimh Lugaidh, v 172 . ní chuala go bhfuair ollamh | meadh don aisgidh fhuaramar, Studies 1921, 257 § 2 (cf. TD 14.27 ). meadh chosmhail don Traoi an teagh-soin, TD 6.7 . a gcompánaigh is a gcaraid | do chách nír chomhthrom an mheadh their comrades and friends were no match for the world (against them), PBocht 121 § 22. nír fhás meadh na mná-sa the like of this woman, 14 § 8 . Cf. co Commar . . . na tteora n-abh a n-oínmhedh (.i. . . . na ttri n-abhann ccoimhionand i n-aoin ionadh), Leb. Gab.(i) i 128.12 .

(d) In the phr. ón mid because of the fact (that): ara coicill la Corc mac Luigthid, ón mid ba ndalta doib 'since they had been spared by Corc mac Luigthig, due to the fact that he was a fosterson of theirs', Aided Echach 102 §5 . conde-gegoinn clann Maine Munchāin ... ōn mith ro bratad flaith Muman seccu 'and the descendants of Maine Munchaín wounded them ... because the kingdom of Munster had been plundered despite them', Aided Echach 102 § 6 .

(e) measure, means, expedient (late use): ar an modh ┐ leis an meadh as fearr le Dia, Luc. Fid. 209.10 . gan fhios an mheadha le ttig neach ar shlighe a slainte, 353.12 : cf. 352.11 .

(f) doubtful: med n-ercc .i. gort, Anecd. iii 44.18 = Auraic. 5641 (a kenning for the letter g, = cow-balance? but seems neut.). ? Leg. ined erc, Ériu xxxix 136 .

Compd. medtosṅgachtigtheid, gl. libripens, Sg. 114a1 .