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crocc

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adj expld. as short : croicend .i. croc find .i. find gairit, Corm. 10 = croc-find .i. gairit a find, unde dicitur bō c.¤ .i. adarca gairdi fuirri, Corm. Y 242 . crocinn .i. crocfinn .i. finna gerr .i. finna in samgemen in sin, H 3.18, 67c18 = Phil. Soc. Trans. 1859, 179 .

2 croch

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adj expld. as high, etc.: croc cach n-ard ┐ cach n-ind, Corm. Y 273 . c.¤ , Metr. Gl. 34 § 27 . crochit .i. crochcuit .i. c.¤ gach nard ┐ gach ninn .i. cuit aesa airighdæ in sin, H 3.18, 67c y = Phil. Soc. Trans. 1859, 180 . c.¤ .i. ard no aireghdha, Leb. Gab.(i) 172 n. 3 . See croichet.

cróchaingel

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n (1 cró + caingel ?) chancel-screen; enclosure of screens(?): iter crochaingel ┐ altóir, Thes. ii 238.19 (= Ardm. 17a ). cro caingel .i. cro cliath, O'Curry 91 ( H 3.18, 66 ). cro chaingeal .i. im leabaid na naem ┐ annoit, 1046 ( 436a ). cróc[h]aingeal coimdeta, ZCP viii 200.1 . dorignead crōc[h]aingeal uime ann (a corpse), CCellaig 626 .

crocnaide

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adj io, iā (croiccend): tonn c.¤ cóil ` shrivelled ', Ériu ii 56 § 10 , ` leathery ', Murphy Lyrics Gloss . ced mac crodha croc(h)naide / eochair slirci na suirgi, LL 396.6 . i mbolgaibh croicnidhe iomchuir na huire `skin bags', Leb. Gab.(i) 124 n. 11 .

croiccenn

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Forms: croicne, crocenn

n o pl. croicne (exceptionally -ind, TTebe 2671 , Ériu i 44.5 ). hide, skin : croicend .i. croc-find . . . Nō croicend .i. cróch cech nderg, Corm. Y 242 . crocenn gl. tergus, Sg. 111b4 . ainm in chrocainn imbí bilis gl. fellis, 95a1 . dénid téig duib don crocund sa, Trip.² 809 . croicni allta `Felle von wilden Tieren', ZCP xx 138.34 . tathaid a croicni im na sciathaib, Laws v 106.12 Comm. de chrocnib én find, LL 23314 . saigedbolc . . . do craicciund linci, TTebe 1552 . croicni roin, IT ii2 104.y . foel i craicend choerech, LB 226 marg. inf. geall re sionnach a chroiceann (prov.), O'R. Poems 2140 . a ccadhal croicenn do chor im shiothslataibh slimrighne. AFM vi 2314.10 . croicinn madra allaid gl. haec edibulta (Lat. wd. obscure), Ir. Gl. 275 . in crocunn órda the Golden Fleece, TTr.² 7 .

Of bark of trees, husk of nuts etc.: dair . . . cen rúsc, cen duille, cen croicenn, CCath. 340 . do chroicnuibh na ccrand, BNnÉ 113.26 . oc bein a chrocind don uball, LB 143a56 . an croicenn bís ima nutmic ` husk ', Maund. 159 .

Of persons: i mmédon a chrocind, LU 6446 (TBC). ní roibhe acht a chracann a[c] lenmain a chnám he was only skin and bone, SG 22.3 . cona farcaib féoil na crocand fair, LL 37107 . do bhláth craobh a croicinnse `body', O'Hara 3284 (see n.).

In n. loc. i nGlend in croccind, RC xvii 214.25 (Tig.).

croichet

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n (-ó- ? Cf. crúachait) (Lat. cruce-m, Stokes, IT iii 223 ) ` upper part of the hip, rump ', Contribb. 533 . croíchet in eich, IT iii 52.22 . [bíathad] na mbocht de croch[t]aib saildi `flitches of bacon', Mon. Tall. 128.13 . Of portion of cooked animal at feast: c.¤ fresabratt rig, Laws i 48.13 Comm. crochet (crochait, v.l.) do sai litri, IT iii 188 § 10 . crochcuit .i. croc cach n-ard . . . cuid āesa airegde ind sin, Corm. Y 273 . See 2 croch, 2 lón-, 3 les-.