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condircle

Cite this: eDIL s.v. condircle or dil.ie/12069

 

Forms: -cille, -arcelle, -ercle, -aircle

n , f. (condircel). Also -cille, -arcelle, -ercle, -aircle. In O. Ir. in pejorative sense indulgence, slackness : cen chondarcilli `without connivance' gl. cum fiducia, Wb. 23a1 . gl. ut oportet me, 27c23 . condarcle ┐ adilcne `partiality', Celtica viii 66.65 ( ZCP iii 450.24 ). cen condarcilli, 79 . omaldōit cen condarcelli, 58.6 ( 448.2 ). da uinge . . . do réir coinnircle . . . da ba móra do réir in fir breithemhnais leniency (as oppd. to the strict application of the law), O'D. 828 ( H 3.17, 592 ). fiadnaise indraic . . . cen cogar cen conargle partiality(?), O'Curry 1617 ( 23 Q 6, 6 b ). cossaite cen condarclei unrelenting complaint (a sign of ira), ZCP iii 26.y . Later kindness, gentleness, compassion : tucc dam . . . condercli īar saint, Otia ii 99 § 36 . ní ḟūaratar condercle, ZCP iii 24.4 . lucht . . . na censa ┐ na connircle, LU 1943 (FA). a conaircli, O'Mulc. 264 . topar coindercle iarthair Eorpa (of bishop), AFM ii 956.w .

With follg. prep. FRI: di chomitecht et condarcilli fri iudeu `indulgence and connivance', Wb. 19a6 . rogab connaircli tusa fris an rigain, Grail 2605 . connaircle .i. bog. Connairchle fri fann, O'Cl.