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2 cutrummae

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 cutrummae or dil.ie/14059
Last Revised: 2013

Forms: cautraime, cutrum

adj io, iā (`c.¤ . . . from tromm . . . is obviously modelled on cummae equal', GOI 220 . Perh. orig. attrib. and predic. use of g s. of 1 c.). cautraime, RC xliii 16.18 . cutrum (back-formation), Laws ii 214.20 .

Equal in weight or size; equivalent, equal; even, well-proportioned: bés nibatchutrummi huili gl. unusquisque proprium habet donum, Wb. 9d27 . ráth chosmail chutrumma, LL 3869 . .iii. sreatha cutrumai, ZCP viii 103.27 . gach dá gradh cudruma, Ériu xiii 30.26 . mo raind chæma chutrumma balanced, Metr. Dinds. iii 76.136 . calath comnart cutruma `level', MacCongl. 85.23 . triar cudruma commora `of like weight and size', Grail 3789 . da orduin cudruma, Stair Erc. 886 . da chathraig cudruma na nGrec `equal in importance', TTebe 1588 . is cudruma comroindit in ferond, Laws v 144.9 Comm. mad cutruma beith in da linn, Rosa Angl. 228.5 . do cheathra druimne . . . / . . . cuibhdhe cod-roma (:donna) (of cross), DDána 65.6 . comrac cotrum[a], ML² 1540 . ní cudrom ar ccomhaltus . . . anósa, RC xi 323.23 = cuttrama, TBC-LL¹ 3841 . is cudroma a gcoingheall = aequa utriusque conditio, TSh. 3871 . cutruma comthroma . . . dōip they were of exactly equal size, Fl. Earls 164.25 . cudrama .i. iomlán, comhthrom, O'Cl. ina ionadh cheart chu[bhaidh] chumhdruma, ZCP xxxiii 130 § 3 .

With FRI: digal c.¤ frissinpeccad, Ml. 54c2 . combad c.¤ frisinseirc rocar Crist inneclais gl. tantum, 65d5 . amal nibimmis cutrummi frib, Wb. 17b16 . tír bes chutrumma fri[t] tír, Fing. R. 574 . ba cudruma re core mor é `as large as a big cauldron', RC xviii 183.25 . Note also: co m-[b]ad cutruma do hi (Eve of Adam), MacCarthy 48.13 . With ocus: is cutrumme . . . fit sathairn ┐ fit domnaich, Mon. Tall. 156.13 nír bhó cudroma a ainm . . . ┐ ainm an tí las a ttorchair, AFM v 1700.7 .

Of personal appearance: taul . . . chóir chutrummae well-proportioned, LU 7198 ( BDD 87 ). gnūis chōir corcra chutromæ, TBC-I¹ 3243 . a dá malaig chóiri chutrumae even, BDD² 853 . fer cóir cutrumma, TBC-LL² 4424 . Pejoratively: at cróna cutrumma, LU 8364 ( FB 24 ). do togh se daine cudruma (of Christ), Smaointe B. Chr. 1517 `garbh, mí-bhéasach', Gloss. as feasach sinne . . . gur don chineadh chodruma an t-óglaoch sin, PCT 198 `rustic', O'Rah. 274.17 . Adv. co cudruma, CCath. 3211 . co cutrama, BNnÉ 321.15 .

As subst. da chomais sind . . . da ch.¤ co comairsom two equals , LU 6013 (TBC).

Compd.: cethrochair cutrom-slesta a sudigud, Rawl. 74b2 . See comthrom.

1 do-cain

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 do-cain or dil.ie/17282
Last Revised: 2019

Forms: díchetal

v (*di-can-)

(a) chants, recites (esp. a spell, incantation or magic formula): dichan brichtu din forsan crand sin, Corm. 32 = dicain, Corm. Y 975 . dochain for a di bois, dobert . . . a orduin ina beolau ┐ dochain tria teinm laodae, 1018 . dichain [in file] dichetal fair (i.e. over piece of flesh used in divination), 756 . gebid sop . . . ┐ doscan fair, Ériu v 34.10 . dicain forsin slig he chants a spell on the spear, Fianaig. 38.10 . dichain tothlacht chants a petition, Leb. Gab.(i) 266.5 . dicanar (sic leg.) díchetlui móra derbha, RC xiii 11 . gabais C. lán duirnd dind féor ┐ dichac[h]ain (.i. bricht) fair, TBC-I¹ 1644 . docachnotar brechtau for sluagaib na Fomore, RC xii 84 § 86 . docechnatar drāi[d] Erenn for Galeonu, xv 300 ( Dinds. 9 ). dochechnad for a fedaib conántibertaís torad, Imr. Brain 46.9 . atbert-si docachnopadh [brichtu] forrai, RC xii 86 n. 4 . in biait . . . cēinmair anmain dīa n-dichet for which it has been recited, KMMisc. 212 § 5 . drumcli ... dican o deichbréitir ... co cuilinn, CIH vi 2101.7 .

(b) (Perh. belongs to 2 do-cain Sages, Saints and Storytellers 30 ) sings (cf. canaid): docain coglerdaith cen greis | ind enlaid, SR 1021 . mad uathad dochanat form | ní airfitiud nach n-oenchorm, TBC-LL¹ 2341 .

Vn. díchetal.

fúachtnach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fúachtnach or dil.ie/24608

adj o-ā (fúachtain) aggressive, injurious: is f.¤ roḟerais rim ... tallais dím mh'orduin uile, ZCP xii 391.9 ( Laud 615, 107 ).