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comaccomol

Cite this: eDIL s.v. comaccomol or dil.ie/10564

n (accomol)

(a) act of joining together, uniting; union : bach tar cricha comacomal, O'Dav. 304 . a cengal ┐ a comacumal dá ceile, CCath. 1390 . comacomul ceilli ┐ ceneóil `conjunction of sense and species', Auraic. 1901 . comocamal .i. comcudrumugud eidir da cail, O'Curry 963 (H. 3.18, 415). ? By metathesis: ba . . . comaculuim (comhfotal, v.l.) da contrarda (of a battle) a coming together(?), Cog. 178.14 .

(b) Gramm. conjunction: ol ní comacomol que (in plerusque etc.), Sg. 75b5 . in chomaccomuil foaccomailtig of the subjoined conjunction (sc. -que, -ue, -ne), 203a11 . frisna comaccomla-sa, 203a10 . ní comacomol hi suidiv = syllaba est, non pars orationis (of -que in absque), 221b6 . fortórmach . . . ní comacomol airi cia beith in fine , 212b11 . nert comaccomail (of -que), 222b9 . a ndocoisgedar ne c.¤ s `when the conjunction ne follows s ', 15b4 . cen chomaccomla, Ml. 28d6 . sceo ┐ ceo ┐ neo tri comaccomail na Goedelge, RC xx 160 § 9 (ACC Comm.). ainm, pronomen, briathar ┐ dobriathar, randgapal ┐ comacomal . . . lasin nGaidel, Auraic. 2668 . conjunctive (subjunctive) mood: comacumul ar indidit `conjunctive for indicative', Ml. 62a15 . 61a18 .