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1 cain

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i adj. similar in meaning to 1 caín: a chul ch.¤ (: máthair), ACC 51 ( RC xx 248 ). sgel c.¤ (: ioain), Blathm. 166 . Crīst c.¤ (: Ādaim), Ériu iii 144 § 20 . fo gne ch.¤ (: airmitein), SR 1499 . cainig C. (: timmarcain), 3753 . 'sin chamair ch.¤ (: anmain), 6323 . cétemain c.¤ cucht , Ériu xvii 89 § 1 . Colum ón chill ch.¤ (: menmain), Metr. Dinds. iv 84.65 . in carn coin (: imgoin), iii 356.3 . na cleas coin (: tanaid), 362.97 . cairddes c.¤ (: Cruachain), 244.31 . crann c.¤ (: barraib), 146.1 . coic cét c.¤ / . . . do bliadnaib, 8.81 . tlacht corcra c.¤ (: Romhair), ML² 509 . a tenga ba cupris c.¤ (: titail), ZCP viii 107.13 . cogadh c.¤ (: Choncobair), Leb. Cert.² 1838 .

Compd. na doirsi chaindelbdai (: lainderdai), SR 457 . For other possible compds. see Bretha 30 , 31 , 35 and Introd. p. 9 .

ciúin

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n i calm, quiet : ciuin gl. ainmnit. Trip. lii 30 . cettemain caín ciuin cucht (of colour), RC v 202.11 ( ciuin om., Ériu xvii 91 § 14 ). rop é cond mo ṡlúaig/rop é mo choll c.¤ , LL 18576 . gné chiuin fháilid, PH 8359 . neoill chiuine comdorcha `still', TTebe 4264 . guth ciūin `soft voice', RSClára 13b . a neamhthruáilleadh spioruide ceannsa ciuine, 1 Peter iii 4 . gerbo ciuin cennuis in muir, Grail 4228 . Of persons gentle, mild : int escop ciuin, AU i 596.y . Níall c.¤ cróda Calle, LL 15929 . ré bheith c.¤ , 1 Thessal. iv 11 .

Compar. ? niba cīuniu Feradach, Corp. Gen. 2.53 . nirbo ciuine doib, Ann. Conn. 1225.14 . nir chiunaide C. . . . a muinter do marbad `nor was C. the calmer', MR 266.14 . Adv.: co ciuin cennuis, Grail 3625 . co ciuin cennuis cairdemail, Stair Erc. 1659 .

? As subst. cach c.¤ celar (rhet.), LU 9304 .

Compds. With nouns: a ciunlabhra gentle speech, DDána 49.11 . re ciuin-fhogar na cuisleann ciuil, MR 168.22 . ó chiuín-réidhe caladh, ML 46.7 . 'san chiúin-ghrinn-ló, Keat. Poems 378 `calm pleasant day', Gloss.

With adjj.: C. ciuinbind, Gorm. Apr. 9 . mo C. ba ciuinboc, Gorm. Nov. 9 . airthossach cíach cíuindorcha, LL 32187 ( TTr. 1375 ). o chiúmhsaibh ciúin-réidhe, ML 44.28 .

1 cucht

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Forms: cacht

n u. See GOI § 76 . external appearance, form, shape, aspect : c.¤ ┐ (.i. v.l.) cuinnsi ┐ cruth .i. ecusc . . . cid cnedhach a cuinnsi c.¤ `his countenance (and) shape', O'Dav. 344 . cuinsi .i. . . . cid cnedach a cuinsi c.¤ (sic leg., cacht, text), Corm. Y 383 `her face (and) form', Corm. Transl. 47 . dlighidh cumal lettrian fria cuinnse c.¤ ara dínsem `the beauty of his face', Laws iv 350.5 Comm. c.¤ .i. gné, O'Cl. ar ch.¤ in (sic leg. ?, ed. p. 380, glossed .i. gne, ib.) chia `in form of the man (?)', ZCP iii 378.16 (B. na f.) = ar tucht (.i. gné) an cía, v 484 § 7 (B. na f.). duine co ce[i]ll is co c.¤ , BB 7b55 . is caem do ch.¤ , IT i 123.16 ( TE 9 ). Aed . . . ropo rigda a ch.¤ (: chnucc) `kingly of form', Metr. Dinds. iv 356.82 . Ériu v 222.41 . clí co ndeochair chuchta cain `notable for goodly shape', Metr. Dinds. iii 338.7 . B. gusun c.¤ cuimnech coir `of the model, etc. ', MacCarthy 426 .y . Attrib. g s. da trian a clainne cuchta shapely (?), LL 733 (Leb. Gab.). With transfd. meaning: ba derb la mac Luc[h]ta ille / feib do cuchta cēlmuine as from an utterance made by a wraith (?), ZCP xiv 43 § 3 ( LL 27306 ).

Conjunctional phrase: ba machtad . . . la muntir P. in c.¤ imrulaiseat how they . . . , CCath. 2653 .

Appar. colour (cf. Thurn. ad loc. cit.) in: cettemain cain ree . . . c.¤ [crann], Ériu xxii 41 § 1 `colour'. luss dosber dath no c.¤ in faciem cu mbi derg, Corm. 39 . Corm. Y 1094 . Cóir Anm. 134 (expl. of epithet Ruanaid).

In chevilles: fo ch.¤ chert in proper form, SR 2639. 3155 . fo c.¤ cain `fair of colour', Leb. Gab.(i) 16.5 .

Compds. cóeca caillech co cruth cuchtban ` fair-coloured ', Fél.² cxliii 4 . adconnairc ingin caim . . . cuchtglain, RC xxiv 272 § 3 . a cuctlí, Todd Nenn. 130.19 .

2 cucht

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n (an inference fr. cuchtar?) expld. as food, provision : c.¤ .i. lón, Lec. Gl. 426 , M 237 .

cuchtach

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adj o, ā (1 cucht ) finely formed, shapely : ba c.¤ leis innas na mná, LL 14551 `formosus', O'Dav. 344 . atchid cach nidom ch.¤ `shapely', BS 30.1 . cen motha aein inghean c.¤ ro baoi lais `fair', Hy Fiach. 76.12 . As subst. c.¤ écsi ilcomraic (til-, MS. with punctum delens over t, note) (rhet.), LU 10409 (Tochm. Emire) = cuchtacht ecsi ilcomraigh, 23 N 10 (Facs.) 26.x .

? cuchtai

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adj (1 cucht ): for oen cloich c.¤ ( Judges ix 5 ), SR 5327 `?fashioned, wrought', Plummer MS notes.

2 cuchtair

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n d s. (cf. 1 cucht ?): tachar friom-sa fó'n c.¤ (: d'Ultaib) / tucsam sochraiti . . . / a Mumain . . . luchtmair, SG 321.20 , `c.¤ mode, manner ' citing this ex., O'Don. Suppl.

cuchtglinde, cuithglind

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adj (prob. 1 cucht + glinn): uair is cuithglind in carput tucais dam, Acall. 6665 v.l. in fuil carpat cuchtglinde ac nech accaib? strongly built (?), 6936 .

cuin(n)siu

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Forms: cuindsen, chuinscliu

n f. (?) g s. cuindsen (?), Laws iv 346.11 Comm. face, countenance, aspect : coinsiu cōir corcarda lais, TBC-I¹ 3149 . cuindsiu chaem chorcarglan leis `countenance', TBC-LL² 4303 . coínso chóir chaín chorcorda lais, LU 7081 (BDD). ? sleg cuinseo corcarglan in-a gelglaicc, MU² 536 `having bright purple faces (?)', Gloss. drech curad / cúinsiu córad, LU 8612 (FB). tenniu a chuindsciu chaintocud, BDD² 1020 = chuinscliu, LU 7385 . ? iar coinsi céol ┐ clúm, 23 P 3, 17 cited Contribb. 418 . fria cuinnse cucht ara dínsem, Laws iv 350.5 Comm. dia ro taithmecht Cernodon coindse cenmatha, O'D. 2205 (Nero A vii, 142a). cuinnsi .i. aghaidh, ut est. Cearnodon ciar bo cneadhach a cuinnsi cucht .i. . . . ciar bo cnedach a chaenghnuis, O'Curry 1424 ( H 3.18, 639b ). cuinsi .i. drech, ut dicitur: cid cnedach a cuinsi cacht, Corm. Y 383 . cucht ┐ cuinnsi ┐ cruth .i. ecusc, O'Dav. 344 . cainse no caoinse .i. ághaidh, O'Cl. .x. mbruit cuinsce (chuinsi, v.l.) clithar, Ériu ii 4.17 (B. na f.).

dínsem

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vn. of 1 do-nessa spurning, despising; contempt, insult: do dinsim cecha cloíne, Hib. Min. 327 . do dīnsem cacha clōene, ZCP iii 22.7 . d.¤ lebar despising books (one of the marks of bad pleading), Tec. Corm. § 22.12 . dinsium in domhain, Lism. L. 1134 . d.¤ na n-erchraide, PH 6864 . is mór an dínsium . . . dosbere foraind, 3911 . dom anacul . . . ar dairmitin ar d.¤ from disrespect and contempt, LL 360a marg. mor-chis Connacht cu Cruachain | gan dínseam (dímheas, LL) dia ndegh-thuathaibh, BB 272a50 . dligidh cumal . . . fria cuinnse cucht ara d.¤ , Laws iv 350.5 . ní tarda dínsium fora n-abraim-si, CF 89.20 . tug rí Ciannachta dínsiomh mor for rígh Éirenn, TFrag. 176.z . an tra do rad an Flann . . . an dinnsiomsi do righ Eirenn offered this insult, 178.6 .

fúamann

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Forms: fuamann

adj swift, prompt (?); vehement (?): fuamann .i. luath no dian, ut est ro faebar f.¤ ... .i. fo amainnsi .i. fuasma fo thuinn a aighthi conid foderc, O'Dav. 840 = O'Curry 2816 ( Eg. 88, 85b ). The passage is in Bretha Nemed: cidh cnedhacha coindse cucht conach roich arus [ = a rús ?] richt ro faoura fuamand fo tuind tethnadar, ro duisccedh fuil for a gruaidh gnuis. conid foderc, O'D. 2205 ( Nero A 7, 142a ). Cf. Flaithbertach f.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iv 206 , and Faolán fuamann , AFM ii 644 (= g p. of fúaim ?).

4 rúam

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Forms: rūain

n (1 Sprache xliv 42 ). red dye or colouring matter : ruam .i. luss dosber dath no cucht in faciem cu mbi derg, Corm. p. 39 = rūain, Corm. Y 1094 . mād rūam in bruit `red dye', Cáin Ad. 52 . Cf. the npr. m. Tipraiti mac Ruamlusa, AU i 332.11 ; the same person is called Ruamnus at 284.4 (the same discrepancy occurs between AFM i 462.9 and 404.10 ). See rúan.

rúan

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n (variant form of 4 rúam, but see Sprache xl 208 ) a plant producing red colouring matter : rúan lus dobeir cucht fair . . . co mbi derg de, Cóir Anm. 134 . Corm. Y 1094 (ruain = ruam, LB): in both exx. given as explanation of ruanaid. ruain `a kind of plant that gives a reddish tinge', O'R. ? Compd : Ri ro rann ruandath os leirg . . . i ndib rannaib derbdai déc ruddy colour (?), SR 205 ; the second line seems to refer to the zodiacal signs. Cf. 1 rúanaid.