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cenannán

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n (cenann) Of the wren: mad congaire an ceanandan duit anair, Ériu viii 122.23 . ? Leg. cennanán and cf. cennán Éigse xviii 44 . Of sea-monster: a róin ┐ a rossail ┐ a chorrcind ┐ a chenandáin, LL 22787 ( CRR 10 ). In n.pr. Cruimthir Cenannáin, Rawl. 89c6 . Cf. i Raith Muadain Da Cheinndán, Lat. Lives 40.31 (Ardm.) = Cheinn[ḟin]dán, Thes. ii 364.14 .

crochad

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n u, m. Vn. of 1 crochaid. act of crucifying (in relig. contexts), hanging: in coimdiu do ch.¤ gl. verbum . . . crucis, Wb. 8a6 . crúx didu ainm do gním in chrochtho, 8a5 . 26d4 (chrochtha). Ml. 16c5 . oc c.¤ Christ, 86d19 . tri bais aithfégthar do dénadh do tuaith .i. guin ┐ crochadh ┐ goladh; aon bás imurro aithfégthar do dénadh don Eclais, crochadh nama, O'D. 551 ( H 3.17, 437 ). niurt a chrochtho, Thes. ii 354.31 . oc crochadh a oengendi, Blathm. 67 . o chrochdaib = cruciatu, PH 5933 . lucht a chrochtha, Dán Dé x 7 . G. do ch.¤ `G. was hanged', AFM ii 1034.13 . cethrar hí ccrochadh four for hanging, i 542.21 . go raibhe ar crochadh as an ngéig hanging from (Absolom), TSh. 1001 . buī ar n-a chrochadh leis, Fl. Earls 136.18 . Fig. an aeine do chrochadh chuirp `fasting to crucify the body', Ériu xix 7 § 2 . cruimthir crochtha demnae, Fél. Feb. 24 . romsaera for c.¤ pían, SR 2815 . crochda ┐ pianna etiachtaide, PH 109 . cach ag crochadh a chéile `destroying', Cog. 112.24 .

In Bedell hanging curtain: an crochadh chum geata na cúirte, Exodus xxxviii 18 . crochadh do dhorus an lóistín, xxvi 36 .

cruimther

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Forms: -ir

n o, m. (from British Lat. *premiter < presbyter Language and History in Early Britain 128 , Ériu xxxiv 46 n. 60 ). Later also with unlenited -m- ( cruimmthir, Trip. 162.19 ) and cru(i)mper, see O'Rahilly, Celtica i 347 . n s. later also -ir. g p. crumthirech, ZCP xxiv 142 § 56 .

Priest: c.¤ .i. gōidelg indī as prespiter . . . tintūd cōir dondī as premter indní as c[h]ruimther, Corm. Y 211 . cruimt[h]er .i. crō-imbi-ter .i. crō og a māinib ┐ cró ima imrād, ┐ crō ima brēt[h]ir ┐ ima gnīm, 396 . cruimter .i. sagairt, Stowe Gl. 33 . cruimter .i. dereoil, 39 . cruimthear .i. sagart no craibhtheach, O'Cl. croch Apolloin cruimthir , Fél. Apr. 10 . Aculius c.¤ , Fél. May 27 . da cruimter uaisli do mhuintir Patraic, BLism. 219vb15 . imm tri cét crumther nóg, Trip. 552.3 . caoimh-epscop, c.¤ , Ériu xiii 28.27 . cruimthir craibtheach .i. Dathi, Irish Texts iii 4.z ( BB 234a29 ). do cuuch cach cruimtir, Laws v 412.15 . dia anmcharaitt .i. do chrumt[h]ir Casán Domnaig, BColm. 76.2 . c.¤ .i. sacart . . . óntoirned thoirnes octabairt graid fair (as if deriv. of cromm), Fél.² xlv 24 (2) . ro íar . . . ar an cruímpir a coibsena d'estecht, Études Celt. i 84.z . re gach cruimpir dia coimtinol, ZCP vi 37.17 . in crumper, 259.5 . As title: sgreaball ongtha . . . do Cromthar Aed, Hy Maine 80.1 . C.¤ Cathbad, Trip.² 1894 . Crumtir Dathi, Lism. L. 2705. 2710 . espoc Finnchadh cruimter Fraoch, SG 24.39 . In n. loc. Drochat Cluana na cruimhther, AFM ii 614.7 . Cill Cruimpir, BNnÉ 8 § 25 .

2 foss

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Forms: fos

n o, m. a man-servant or attendant (cf. W. gwas) : fos, gl. (?) vir Thes. ii 237.8 . ní bad f.¤ duit fer lesc, Tec. Corm. § 34.7 . Cruimthir C. ┐ Cruimthir A., a dā foss (of St. Patrick), Trip.² 3134 ( Trip. 264 ). cenmothá fossu ┐ timthirthidi LU 4624 . coíca f.¤ fledach, Metr. Dinds. i 34 (= BB 352az ). f.¤ mése a table-attendant: da f.¤ mése Conaire, LU 7691 ( BDD 127 ). tri fuis meisi Medba, TBC-I¹ 2837 .

pn Cf. Oengus Foscriche (Fos críche ?), sobriquet ZCP viii 328.7 = LL 330b19 .

sanct

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n (Lat. sanctus) a saint : s.¤ ab eo quod est sanctus , Corm. Y 1169 . s.¤ .i. naom, O'Mulc. 840 . co sanctaib Cille Dara, Hy. v 95 . ni rainic ni ricfa . . . | s.¤ aile riss ba mo failte, Fél. 182.23 . Maruhān mucaid immorro s.¤ n-amra, ACL iii 3.13 . As prefix forming compd.: nī bu shanctBrigit shúanach, Hy. v 21 , cf. 23 . ōs chinn sanctBrigte, 15 . érlam sanctBrigte, 95 . [s]anct Brigit .i. nōebBrigit, Corm. Y 1128 . s.¤ Martain, sóer samuil, Fél. Nov. 11 . ? ¤bairgen: gan sechtbairgen rēill re cobair (prophecy of decay of religion), ZCP ix 174 § 32 , perh. leg. sanctbairgen the Host, cf. doralai in cruimthir ind naom-mbairgin ina gin, vi 259.5 . ? ¤lethan, Fél. June 12 (glossed sanctlethan .i. rigan rig Laigin, Santlethan a hainm, 148.25 ).

soiscél

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n o, m. (2 so+scél). See also suibiscél; Bergin, Gadelica i 62 ; Marstrander, ZCP xiii 49 ff .

(a) gospel, good tidings : a tsoisgel déisteacht, Carswell 221.3 . adeir rinn san soisgel grādh do thabhairt dár naimhdibh, Desid. 1531 . soisgeul síorruidhe, Rev. xiv 6 . do chum an tsoisgéil do sheanmóir, Romans i 15 . dár ttegasg ad'thoisgeol, Mac Aingil 47.4 . muna brég breth an tṡoisgéil, IGT Decl. ex. 924 . beatha do thabhairt don druing fhriothólas an Altóir ┐ fhoillsigheas an Soisgeul, Donlevy 146.1 .

(b) the book of the four gospels, a particular gospel or gospel text : an soisgel noch do scribh Matha suidhisgel, AU i 34.5 (A.D. 500) . is amlaid tucad in proinn doib ┐ s.¤ Cruimthir fuirre, Irish Texts 42.16 . cred in dethbir ata itir fír nime ┐ soiscel Crist (of swearing by the Gospel), O'Curry 264 ( H 3.18, 151 ). facbus an s.¤ roscribh a lamh fadesin, Lism. L. 966 . o rahoslaiced . . . in soscél, 4360 . do-berit anoir mhor dona leabruibh a mbid na sosceil co hairithi do soscel Gaibreil, Maund. 117 . atá an bibla ┐ na soscéil . . . aca, 122 . dér leis gach líne dar légh | no gur légh Síle an soisgél, IGT Decl. ex. 925 . ag sgríobhadh ar an soisgéal darab tosach sint lumbi vestri praecincti, TSh. 5401 . In secular sense: a-tá só n-ar soisgéalaibh this is in our creed, Féilscr. Torna 68 § 19 .

(c) evangelist: go Féil Matha Soisgéal, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 31.28 .

See soiscélae.