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con-oscaigi

Cite this: eDIL s.v. con-oscaigi or dil.ie/12257
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Forms: conoisce, cot-roscai, -cumscaigi, conoscaigther, chonnoscaigther, cumscichther, -chumscigther, -cumscaigther, -cumscaighther, conoiscead, conoiscet, conosciget, -cumsciget, conoscaigter, cotammoscaig, conid noisce, cotoscaigther, cotatoscaigther, conoscaiget, chonosciget, -cumsciget, conroiscead, -chumscaiged, -cumscaigthe, connoscaigfe, conidnoiscfe, conroscaigis, conoscaig, cotaoscig, conroscaig, conidróscaich, -comurscaich, conroscaiged, -comarscaiged, -cumscaigset, cumscaigid, cumscugud, cumscaigthe, cumscaichthi

v (*com-uss-scuich-, see Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 617 ). Indic. pres. 3 s. conoisce, Laws iv 356.15 . cot-roscai, MU² 952 . -cumscaigi, Críth G. 263 . Pass. conoscaigther, Ml. 118c12 . chonnoscaigther, 38d15 - 16 . cumscichther. Sg. 162a7 . -chumscigther, Wb. 30b15 . -cumscaigther, Sg. 23a4 . -cumscaighther, Anecd. ii 73.15 . 3 p. conoiscead, Laws v 474.9 . conoiscet, O'Dav. 470 . conosciget, Sg. 65b9 . -cumsciget, 65a8 . Pass. conoscaigter, Ml. 94c3 . Sg. 162b3 . Subj. pres. 1 s. (with inf. pron.) cotammoscaig, Ml. 29d3 . 2 s. conoscaige, 32a3 . 3 s. conid noisce, O'Curry 34 ( H 3.18, 14 ). Pass. cotoscaigther, Ml. 55b3 . cotatoscaigther, 58d14 . 3 p. conoscaiget, 54a19 . chonosciget, Sg. 65b9 . -cumsciget, 8 . Impf. 3 s. conroiscead, Laws v 466.19 . -chumscaiged, Ml. 109d5 . Pass. -cumscaigthe, Trip.² 2436 . fut. 2 s. connoscaigfe, Ml. 61d1 . 3 s. conidnoiscfe, Bretha 37 . Pret. and perf. (with -ro-): 2 s. conroscaigis, Ml. 21d7 . 3 s. conoscaig, 55c1 (bis). cotaoscig, ZCP xi 156 § 121 . conroscaig, Ml. 45c2 . conidróscaich, Ériu vii 168.w . -comurscaich, O'Dav. 423 . Pass. conroscaiged, Sg. 19b1 . 205b2 . -comarscaiged, ibid. 3 p. -cumscaigset, Fél. Feb. 6 . Later as simple verb cumscaigid.

Vn. cumscugud. Part. cumscaigthe. Vbl. of necess. cumscaichthi.

Moves, changes; removes; shakes, upsets

(a) Trans.: nirochumscigthersón beos gl. stetit, Wb. 30b15 . conoscaig eredig ind ríg ┐ conoscaig in gae (of David), Ml. 55c1 . cotatoscaigthersu adæ gl. commouere, 58d14 . intan conoscaigter siansai inna ndoine gl. sensus . . . perturbati, 94c3 . conosciget chenel machonosciget tairmorcenn, Sg. 65b9 . Lucia . . . / nád-cumscaigset míli `moved not', Fél. Feb. 6 . conidnoiscfe di sunn `he who shall alter it', Bretha 37 . tri heocha conoiscead dire which change the penalty, Laws v 474.9 . conroiscet díri, O'Dav. 424 . nech nad tabair hi coibsin dondi conidróscaich `who has stirred his anger', Ériu vii 168.w . rocumscaided cride in ríg, Anecd. iii 74.20 . cumscaigfidir nem ┐ talam, LU 2498 . no-s-cumscaig ┐ no-s-atherraig as a ulc, PH 5582 . ní ro cumhsccaighte `they were not banished', AFM vi 2216.10 . With refl. inf. pron.: sech is cotammoscaig-se isnaib slebib `I should move', Ml. 29d3 . cot-roscai C.C., MU² 952 . ? iar sin cotnoscrastar (sic) amail bid oc techt hi rōi cathai `shook himself(?)', Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 14.1 .

(b) Intrans.: nā cumscaiged trā for cíal 'let your mind not go astray', SR (Adam and Eve) 90.1965 . ro chumscnaigh [a] aignedh, ZCP xxx 121.45 . gurro chomhsccuchsat an di shochraitte fled (`were defeated'), Hugh Roe² 334.30 . ro-chumscaig P. al-luc hil-loc, Lib. Hymn. 5.90 . nír cumscaig C. as in codlud, MR 170.1 . nicumsgaighed fuithib, ZCP viii 541.23 . ro-cúmscaig i ndelbaib brechtnaib he changed himself, PH 1740 . ní ro cumscaigh dlúthadh cláir díb sech a chéile `moved from another', RC xxvii 288 § 47 .

See cumscnaigid.