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cútha(i)l

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adj feeble, shy, subdued : cuthal .i. tlaith ut dicitur : diam cuthal croidhe tlaith, O'Mulc. 268 . is drochtengach é isna dala, is cuthal airachta, O'Curry 2489 ( Eg. 88, 39d ). urasæ elud ónd fir . . . ar iss cuthal a rathughudh `slack is his perception', RC xxi 312.z . cúthail mo dhál ón dimbríogh (: dhúthaigh), DDána 46.26 . gabhaim . . . / eing gcruinn gcúthail (: fúthaibh), 111.11 . staithte, brúidhte cúthail créachtach `humbled' (of Ireland), O'Rah. 8.24 . cásmhar cúthail, Keat. Poems 515 . Adv. béarla . . . go cúthail fá néaltaibh, O'Rah. 166.15 . Cf. cutal.

ráthugud

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Last Revised: 2019

 

u, m. (vn. of ráthaigid) (a) the act of perceiving, observing : ni fil ráthugud for suidib these are not felt (to be compounds), Sg. 181a1 , gl. porrigo et corrigo et arrigo, quoted as exx. of formation of compound vbs. Colum Cillecan cen on | nirbo rom a rathugad 'little Colum Cille, without fault, it was not too soon to be aware of him', BCC² 224 § 15 = Trip. 150.15, 480.5 . rathugug .i. muthugud (leg. mothugud), Lec. Gl. 270 . cach a nderna . . . ro bui in rí coa rathugud the king was watching it , ZCP viii 268.4 . co ternó C. ina chotlud cen ráthugud dó etir so that C. recovered in his sleep without being aware of it , TBC-I¹ 1828 ( LU 6343 ) = rathugud, TBC-LL¹ 2480 . arnā teised nech . . . cen rathugud unperceived , TBC-I¹ 596 . cen rabad cen rathugud, 2511 . dogníter a fosaic can rathugud (i.e. by invisible servitors), IT iii 195 § 36 . ro dhoirtset . . . ina ccend gan rathughadh dóibh, AFM ii 1108.1 . mor do rathugud ┐ machtad . . . dorónsat . . . oc imḟacsin na sét sin, Alex. 395 .

(b) the power of perception : iss cūthal a rāthugh[ud] 'his powers of perception are feeble', BDC 118.224 , cf. BDC 242.323​​.

In med. texts the power of feeling : isin pairilis . . . ni bentur acht an mothugad no an ratughad, Rosa Angl. 246.14 . g s. ar mbuain a ngluasachta ┐ a ratuighte, ib. 12 .