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con-toí

Cite this: eDIL s.v. con-toí or dil.ie/12366

Forms: comthód

v ( *com-to-so-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 637 ) turns, converts; changes.

(a) Trans. contorád ind u in o iarum `has been converted', Sg. 106b4 . 5 . fobith nád comthoet o in .is., 163a1 . ara comthad gl. ara tintarrad `that he might convert', Thes. ii 314.21 . contoroe Faras a chride do miscuis macc n Israhel gl. conuertit . . . ad odiendum, Ml. 123b7 . connach intib féin nammá comthóither . . . isind esergi the change takes place, LU 2577 . In special sense: iosa conataoi do bru `has conceived', Blathm. 2 (see n.). Cf. ar genelaig noib, or chomthois in colaind sin, Ir. Lit. 42.4 .

(b) Intrans.: coruthói húahuilidetaid apreceptae do thaidbsin sainemlae dæ gl. conuertitur ad . . . , Ml. 51c22 . ma contōiet fri fīr flatha `if they turn to righteous princeship', Ériu vi 122 § 11 . otoi . . . du aisndis de fessin gl. conuertitur, Ml. 65a1 . contoat chucai son gl. conuersis, 64c1 . contóitis Ulaid . . . fris, LU 10127 ( IT i 310.2 ). contori C. uad, Corm. 30.8 ( atrōe, Corm. Y 883 ). ? contoaim foramnin a nin .i. luighim fam luighe filed, ZCP v 488.z (B. na f.) `I swear', Contribb. 483 .

Vn. comthód.