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ad-comla

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Forms: ad-comla, a-t-comla, ad-ind-chomlat, adcomaltar, -accomoltar, adcomlatar, -acomlatar, adcomaltar, -accomaltar, adchomlatar, adrochomolta, -accomalta, adrochomul, adcomaill, comlasat, ros ocomlad, accomaltae, accomol, accomlaid

v (* ad-com-la-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 509 ). Indic. pres. 3 s. ad-comla, Wb. 3c13 . a-t-comla som, 4a10 . 3 pl. ad-ind-chomlat. Sg. 212b7 . Pass. sg. adcomaltar, Sg. 148b9 . -accomoltar, 188a15 . Pl. adcomlatar, 51b13 . -acomlatar, 198a20 . Subj. pres. pass. sg. adcomaltar, Sg. 63a17 . -accomaltar, 197b17 . Pl. adchomlatar, Ml. 35b2 . Subj. impf. pass. sg. adrochomolta, Sg. 188a16 . -accomalta, ZCP vii 484.30 . Pret. and perf. 3 s. adrochomul, Ml. 58b12 . adcomaill, LL 750 . 3 pl. (with tmesis) ata coraib comlasat , ZCP xii 365.23 . Pass. sg. ros ocomlad, Trip.² 2072 .

Part. accomaltae.

Vn. accomol.

Later as simple vb. accomlaid.

Joins, unites: is in óin persin atacomla `it is in one person that it joins itself', Sg. 208a10 . amal adindchomlat coniunctiones `as conjunctions join', 212b7 . adcomlatar gl. iniungantur, Ml. 35b2 . co roaccomalta gl. copularetur, ZCP vii 484.30 (Enchir. Aug.). innahisiu adrochomul, Ml. 58b12 . tor Conaind co méit airgne / adcomaill col cét milte, LL 750 . is é ro-accomail in eclais cechtardai, PH 7066 . With tmesis: ar conrarcicht selba . . . ata coraib comlasat comdliged mainche morfaeidm flaithemnuis, ZCP xii 365.23 . do etarscarath neich adrocomallnad (leg. adrochomlad?) tria mierlegend, Hib. Min. 307 . Joins to, with (DO, FRI, LA): do genitin articuil adcomaltar in gerind `to the genitive of the article is joined the gerund', Sg. 148b9 . air dianaccomaltar pronomen naill do, Sg. 197b17 . ara chosmili frisa cétnide dia naccomoltar, 188a15 . ró pridach Pátraic dí coros ocomlad don tairgertaig spirtalta, Trip.² 2072 . ronaccomail Eláir do Mártain araile sechtarétsíd dia forcetul, RC ii 390 § 19 . uracomol cis neimid .i. in ní for a firaccomailter a cis do neimed `by which his rent is truly secured to a n.-person', Laws iv 6.y Comm. ro-n-accomailset do'n cháisc `they brought it (Lent) into conjunction with Easter', PH 5006 . o ro-s-accomail do fen when he united it (the Church) to Himself, 4553 . atcomlasom friu ardis lemnethu de do hícc, Wb. 4a10 . adcomla friu fessin in fect so `he joins Himself to them now', 3c13 . adcomlatar sidi fri cach tuisel `these are joined to every case', Sg. 51b13 . ciad- comaltar oppidum friss, Sg. 63a17 . fobith inna cenel . . . frisanacomlatar, 198a20 . ní accomlatar epactae . . . fri riaglóri, Thes. ii 17.27 . (BCr.) atcomlasom híc lasnahí dofuircifea bráth i mbethu `he joins himself híc with those whom the Judgement will find alive', Wb. 25b16 . Note also: mar rohaccomlait mar aen / in t-uiscce is in fīn, RC xxxvii 346 § 33 .

ad-selba

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Forms: asselbaid, asseilbiud

v (* ad-selb-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 623 ; ī: asseilbiud gl. adtestatione, Ml. 102 d 3 , Ériu lvii 43 n. 19 ). Later also as simple vb. asselbaid.

(a) testifies: ádsélbem gl. contestificabor, Thes. i 6. 1 .

(b) takes possession: a Issu co fírbail / fortselbai (asselba v.l.) do blíadain possess thy year, Fél. Ep. 4 . aselbaid in flaithius ro fuired duib inherit the kingdom which has been prepared for you, RC xlvi 233 § 1 . do neoch dīb asselbus / óighe gan acht, ZCP viii 216 § 80 . do nim asselbaim na bulla-sa, PH 6587 .

Vn. asseilbiud gl. adtestatione, Ml. 102d3 .

aiselbaid

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aithre

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n (athair). See Loth, RC xlii 348 § 364 . paternal relatives: cia is rith do a.¤ re cach? cret rith do fine athar ria cach nduine, O'D. 1584 (H. 5.15, p. 27). cottach etir a māthre ┐ a athre .i. itir Cenēl nĒndai ┐ Lugdach, Cáin Ad. 6 § 12 . etir a mathre mine / isa a.¤ in ardrige, Rawl. 87b43 . etir maithre ┐ aithri, Ériu vii 166 § 2 . lēcciss lá slán selba aithri, ZCP viii 198 § 18 . i n-orbaib æithre, ZCP xii 364.32 . i n-orbaib athra, 365.2 .

2 ar

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Forms: air, ar, ár, úaire

prep. 1 ar used as conjunction for, since, seeing that, for the reason that . In O. Ir. also air (see GOI § 168 . This spelling predominates only in Ml., ar being commoner both in Wb. and Sg.). Also ár, LU 3255 , 3257 ( SCC 5 ) (vowel perh. influenced by ór = úaire, MU2 Gloss., cf. also ór from ó + ro). Occasionally leniting ( Ml. 42c8 , Sg. 206a3 ), see GOI § 906 . Perh. substituted for earlier ol, al (see 2 ol). Cf. ar ni raibi, IT i 118.14 = ol ni rabi, LU 10718 . Also ál asbert, 10721 = al, Ériu xii 164.1 (TE2. ┐ isbert, v.l.). Wind., IT i Wtb . compares olchena archena.

`Introduces principal causal clauses or periods', GOI § 906 or dependent negative: ba samalta re Meidb na beth penning a selba lé. arna baí tarb a chomméit lé fora búaib 'it seemed to Medb as if she had not a penny of possessions since she had not a bull as great as that among her kine' LL ii 7624 , Celtica ix 122 . radis friss ara tísed uathad leis … ár nach crích ł ferand baí aice, 'he told him to come only with a small number … for he had neither land nor domain' LL ii 8382 , Celtica ix 122 . atraachtatar Ulaid co barbarda ara n-armaib. ár nar lam Sencha érgi eturru 'the Ulstermen rose furiously to seize their arms since Sencha did not dare to rise among them' LL v 34699 , Celtica ix 122 . The clause so introduced is usually an explanation or amplification of the circumstances attending a foregoing statement or question, e.g. co farcbad leesi a liasom . . . Ar adrubairtseom is isind liic robui a anim a mathar, Anecd. i 10.13 ( SCano 309 ). cid ane . . . meic na mbachlach . . . do chomram cucam ? Ar ba mese sacart oc baistiud ind anma sin fora athair, Sc.M² 12 . With absol. and deut. form of verbs: airataat iltintudai leu cene, Ml. 3a14 . airis ho athir because it is from the father, 17c7 . air danimmart greim á aite, 14b14 . ar ba doig lais, PH 293 . ? ársit cara `since thou art a friend', Metr. Dinds. iv 362.175 (órsad, v.l.). Folld. by proclitic: arciaricc, Wb. 2a5 . ar cia bésiu, BColm. 106.6 . ar diambe . . . `for if he be', Mon. Tall. 153.8 . ar mani thuaslaicea isind chaisc, 132.16 . ar nifarnic, Wb. 2a21 . arníasse nóib disuidib, 3d28 . air ni foircnea, Ml. 102a15 . ar ní hinfíadnaisi, Críth G. 35 . is hí tucait in carpait do breith cu Fíacc, ar notéighed . . ., ZCP viii 106.28 . Note also: ar céin con-oadar . . . nicon tessēba maith airi, ZCP xi 81 § 9 . In asyntactic constructions where a nominative precedes the main clause: air an oen ar fichit it trisecht són, Ml. 2d2 . arlín inna laithe ised immefolngi éccintigi dund aimsir for it is the number of days which causes, 17d6 . arincorp . . . frissaroscarsom . . . nifil taidchur do dochum inchoirpsin, Wb. 3a14 . ár cech ben ro charastar C.C. ba clóen, etc., LU 3257 ( SCC 5 ). ar cid bās dobera for cethra is coitchend dōib, ZCP viii 104.5 . Note also: air cia salmscribdid conicfed són `for what psalmist could have done that?' Ml. 14a6 . With prec. causal conjunction: daig ar-dot-roset fir hErend for the men of Ireland will come to thee, TBC-LL¹ 1495 . fó bith ar is, LU 3446 ( SCC 22 ). In a loose connective sense: ar do-loga 'further, let it forgive' Ériu xl 27 . ar is sí trisfintiu innso 'this is one of the three kindred-rights' Peritia iv 313 (BB 10) . air [is] i suidiu ro suidiged gelfine ┐ derbfine, iarfine ┐ indfine 'here gelfine, derbfine, iarfine, and indfine … has been established' ibid. (BB 11) . ar is sí breth ba(i)rr-bunaid 'this is the judgement of 'branches-and-trunk'' ibid. 316 (BB 12) .

asseilbiud

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athrann

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n (1 rann) act of dividing (again); (re-)division: rorandais raind fond n-aile n-athraind at a second distribution (of food), Corm. Y 1018 (88.14). ni bí athroind for selba iar cédna treroind possessions are not further divided after the first threefold division, O'D. 2194 (Nero A vii, 134b). bráthair athar ┐ mac rannait aithraind a further division, Ériu i 215.19 . athroinn sin ar chró, 32 . cia madh ail leis athranna do thabairt amach don fearann further shares(?), O'D. 2288 ( Rawl. B 506, 26d ). athranna dona ferannuib fuaradar amuigh, O'Curry 398 ( H 3.18, 222a ). atbert . . . ná bad athraind úaid co bráth `he would never yield a new division', Metr. Dinds. iv 260.z . biaidh athroinn ar Inis Fáil, Ériu viii 84.75 . ro bātar cind īarna n-athraind `hewn asunder', Arch. Hib. ii 63 § 66 .

bóaire

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n (bó + 3 aire) lit. cow-noble, stock-master, stock-owner: Bairche boare Rossa R., . . . habitabat frequenter cum pecoribus suis, Trip. 422.13 . a tigh Blaithmaic boaire, Acall. 7432. B. . . . boaire Cormaic, Dinds. 113.

In Laws lowest of the three ancient divisions of rank in Irish law, rí, aire febe, b.¤ `corresponding roughly to . . . `king, lord and commoner', Críth G. p. 98. See Mac Neill, Law of Status, PRIA xxxvi (1923) C 267 . The b.¤ belongs to the grád Ḟéne as opposed to the aire febe who belongs to the grád ḟlatha , Laws v 290.14 - 16 Comm. Here grád Ḟéne denotes plebeian as opposed to noble rank of the grád ḟlatha (cf. Críth Gabl. loc. cit.). In a later seven-fold division the b.¤ is second lowest in rank of seven grades of the grád túaithe or `laymen grades,' Críth G. 10 , p. 98 , 99 . The b.¤ was originally the sole grade of the `commoners,' or freeholders recognized by Law, p. 77 , 98 , 99 . The mruigḟer ` farmer ' must be regarded as the ordinary b.¤ , p. 78 . The fodlai bóaireach `divisions' of the b., 16 - 18 , consisting of eight grades, in reality seven acc. to Binchy, who comprise the grád Ḟéne are a later development, p. 99 . The name b.¤ is translated ` noble of kine ' by MacNeill, loc. cit.; the compiler of Críth Gabl. understands that his status comes from his property in cattle: is dia búaib direnar, 329 ; Binchy prefers Thurneysen's suggstion that the name comes from the `bés' or annual food-rent of a cow paid by the b.¤ for a fief of stock, Laws ii 260.10 , see Críth G. p. 77 and Laws v 392.1 . The b.¤ is described as a man of hereditary property, with land to the extent of (the grazing of) ten cows: bo aire .i. fer selba bunaid, cona inud . . . do tir .x. mba lais, Laws iv 350.17 Comm. ingen in bo-airech, v 286.2 .i. in airi ac-a mbitt ba deach, 290.1 Comm. techta fuillema gill bo cach bo-airech ┐ cach occ-aireach: .iii. bae i cet-dithim a mbo side . . . bo i muin cacha bo otha suidiu, v 402.31 . turcreic bo cona timtach tricha set, cenmotha seotu turcluide. Is e bes foloing boaire in sein, ii 260.10 . Of marriage contracts between children of the Féne grade (sc. the b.¤ ) and those of the Flaith grade (sc. the aire feibe), see v 290. 14-16 Comm. : is mo dlegar cethra do bo-airib oldas do airechuib ḟeibi, 286.6 . fo-suididter in ben lethda[i]m in fir . . .: Mad ben boairech, fo-suidithter ocairig; mad ben airech desa, fo-suidithear boairig, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 51 § 24. techta fuillema gill aicde airgit cach bo-airech for cuic dairtib direnar, Laws v 396.8 . fo-suidither (leg. fo-suidethar, ed.) boairi(g) an aile one `b.¤' entertains another, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 42 § 20. fosaigidh in boaire in mboairigh aile, Laws ii 380.16 Comm. fer fothlai . . . is é remibí bóairechaib insin, arindí fotlen a bóairechas di thaurchreic céile, Críth G. 249. na seagar im tellach mbo-aireach ach tri haidche bede cora la thuaith (glossed . . . bo-aire ar briugaid sin, 440.7 Comm. ), Laws v 438.23 . cateat fodlai bóaireach? Dá ḟer midboth(a) ┐ óccaire ┐ aithech arathreba a deich ┐ b.¤ febsa ┐ m(b)ruigḟer ┐ fer fothlai ┐ aire coisring, Críth G. 16 - 18 . fodla febe tra: . . . mbruigḟear ┐ boairi tanaisi ┐ ogairi tuisi (glossed . . . taisech na n-ogaireach in boaire is taire, 80.11 Comm. ), Laws v 78.25 . rāidem fēne fírfodlaib / . . . / midbothaig, trí ōcairig, trí bōairig būain, ZCP v 499 § 6. ro saig set clithair enech bo-airech co ruicce cumal n-uinge, no boin nu-da-criad, Laws v 392.1 . dar ferunn in boaire .i. teora foirge ┐ urchar flescaidh, iv 126.10 Comm. acht certorba mboairech (glossed: acht mad ferann in boairech . . . .i. tir .iiii.ri .uii. cumal ro bui oc an boairig is ferr and), Stud. in E. Ir. Law 155.3 . cele tesbaidh do cach gradh . . . bo do bo-eirigh, Laws i 58.7 Comm. b.¤ febsa . . . ar is di búaib atá a airechas ┐ a eneclann, Críth G. 152. ? b.¤ gensa (see genas): mrugḟer . . . is é b.¤ réire breithe, b.¤ gensa, co cach inchruth a thige inna áttaib córaib, Críth G. 172. b.¤ medónach used of a person who represents the túath or the kin in dealings with a person outside them, or who carries out a seizure of property legally due to the túath or the kin from a person outside. In these external dealings he has the rank of a bóaire though he may have the rank of aire túise in internal dealings: dobeir cenel a slan na n-aidbhean .i. in tan nach biadh tobach. Boaire medonach sin ┐ is edh gabus do laimh, dul tar ceann na tuaithe re cach nduine amach ┐ dul re laimh im cach ní dlighfit amuigh do tobach doibh, ZCP xviii 380. 18 - 21 . (nasgaire) duine teit a nasgairecht . . . etir a fine (sic leg.) budein tall ┐ dara cend amach. Ma gabait a fine é budein a trebaire re laim, a[s] greim airech taisi gabus re a lucht fira itira fine budein tall ┐ greim boairech is ferr gabus tara cend immach, i-lleth re anfine sin, Cóic Con. 32 § 29.

bunad

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Forms: bonadh, bunada, bunadana, b., bunadcineoil

n o, [n. ?] (1 bun). bonadh, CCath. 2515. gan bunaid (: Ulaidh), BB 51a29 ( MacCarthy 432.11 ). ? fer in bunait `the original owner', Laws iv 180.24 (sic also Facs.). a bhunaidh tuaighe (: chulaidh), TD 44.8 . pl. bunada, BB 203a6 . Todd Nenn. 26.1 (sic leg. for bunadana ?).

(a) origin, basis, source: ón bunud gl. a principali, Sg. 33b2 . don chétni persin as b.¤ do `which is its origin', 52a19 . ? fri báig is búnad prímda, Thes. ii 295 § 7. in slíab dianid b.¤ B. whose name derives from B., Metr. Dinds. ii 54.16 . nit scela cen b.¤ unauthorized (?), LL 6578. do b.¤ imthechta Eoganachta in so, ZCP viii 312.10 . a buna cunnartha `his original bargain', Laws v 504.29 Comm. do bhéar bunadh ris I shall give authority for it, Content. xviii 76. as é a b.¤ the fact is, Ériu iv 218.25 . `a funo' a b.¤ Laitne (of word fid), Auraic. 3551. b.¤ . . . don focul is senchus, Laws i 30.y Comm. ? Of a person: eirig suas a Oscair / ro fes is tu in b.¤ `that thou art (of) the true stock', SG 117.5 `that thou art the mainstay', Duan. F. ii 176 § 1. ? co ria b.¤ brechtaig, Leb. Cert.² 203.

Appar. also dwelling, habitation: b.¤ naem is chell is chros, Metr. Dinds. iii 424.31 . bhar mbunadh, DDána 74.9 (see Gloss.). bunaidh, dún `a habitation', Eg. Gl. 81.

(b) Of families etc. origin, stock, race: b.¤ mo chlainde gl. ex semine Abracham, Wb. 5a19 . is iesse as b.¤ dossom . . . iár colinn gl. erit radix Iesse, 6d10 . in bunaid gl. originis, Ml. 68c5 . do Bretnaib . . . b.¤ Lomáin, Trip. 68.3 . ō Loch Echach a mbunadh, ZCP viii 307.21 . an buna ┐ an bhanntracht `la famille, les femmes', RC xxiii 10.7 . sleacht B. bunadh na fola / ó dtáid síol mB., Content. xxix 20. ceann bunadh Gaoidheal, ML 22.2 .

(c) Freq. with gs. ceiniuil: ceili bunaid-selba ┐ bunaid-ceiniuil iar saire `ein Genosse, der ihm nach (Land-) Besitz und nach Geschlecht angestammt ist seiner Freiheit nach', ZCP xiv 381 § 44 ( Laws ii 306 ). sechtar b.¤ a ceníuil outside the family, LL 318c36 . b.¤ a cinil, Grail 824 . A. do bunadh-ceneil I., TTebe 3776 (leg. b.¤ ch. ?). gur fhágaibh . . . gach bean aga bunad-chineóil, ML 88.34 . Also bunadhchenél as compd., see below.

(d) In Laws original stock, stock belonging to the family, etc.: b.¤ `das Stammvieh', Stud. in E. Ir. Law 30. b.¤ cethra, Laws ii 394.23 . is se an bunadh tharb ┐ bo, O'Curry 2163 ( Eg. 88, 4d ). Hence freq. fer bunaid owner: d'fir bunaidh, Laws i 172.18 Comm. , etc. Of bees: is in tire insuidigther as coir b.¤ a tuisten `their young offspring belongs to the land in which they settle', Laws iv 190.16 . Of water for a mill: nicon fess cate b.¤ ind uisci `the origin (i.e. the original stock) of the water', Ériu xvii 64 § 1 ( Laws iv 206 ). Cf. trī randa dorigne don lind .i. b.¤ ┐ tānaisi ┐ īarlind, BColm. 74.25 .

(e) V. freq. in gs. as attrib. original, fundamental; native, hereditary; inherent, own, proper; basic, established; certain, veritable, real, etc.: amal ind claínn bunid `like the original clan', Wb. 5b33 . mo chorp . . . / nach léic úad a olc bunaid that does not cast off its inherent evil, ACL iii 216.23 . dunarus bunaid permanent abode, LU 3211. fích bunaid eter maccu Morna ┐ Find feud , 3183 . in farainm . . . in ainm bunaid family name , Cóir Anm. 13. galar buna[id] inherent defect, Laws i 280.21 Comm. isat brāthir bunaid dom saerad, MacCongl. 57.8 . fis bunaid marbhtha a ceitri mac certain knowledge, BB 363a20 . sgarum fris gach mbāes mbunaidh, ZCP vi 264 § 13 . an briathar bunaidh atberat an fhiledh . . . gurab buaine bladh nā saogul `das Sprichwort', xiv 251.1 . breith bunaid true interpretation (of a dream), BB 238a22 . Cf. breath bhunaidh (sic leg.) .i. as bunáiteach a bhreath, O'Cl. ar scél bunaid innossa . . . tanic scel É. etraind ┐ se, LB 147a31 `our original story' (i.e. after a digression), Introd. 9. tic fer bunaid in baile the owner (?), Rawl. 87a39 . ? boí dano noí mís fo chleith ingeni détlaind bunaid (rhet.), LL 13932. adhbhar oilithrigh bhunaidh / réim tighe chuirr Chonchobhair real grounds for a pilgrimage (?), DDána 116.18 . ár lá brátha bunaid `our veritable Doomsday', Caithr. Thoirdh. 58.36 . bés bunaidh an established habit, Hugh Roe 226.14 . amal mac mbunaid do fen as a son of his own, TTebe 98 . a berla bunaid his native tongue, Lism. L. 2538. a bídbaid bunaidh hereditary enemies, ZCP xiii 196.15 . Used more vaguely (note alliteration): ar thegmáil mbunuidh Í Bloid, Ériu iv 216.19 . dia slog bunaid bithgrada, BB 360b24 . ocht ccéd do bhliadhnaibh (sic leg.) bunaidh, KMMisc. 56 § 6. P. . . . / deochain bunaid baga, Gorm. Jan. 23. fágbhaim fōs beannacht bhunaidh `heartfelt blessing´ Celtica iv 118 § 23 .

(f) In phrases. a b.¤ in reality, actually: sacart Insi Bó Finni me a bunud as a matter of fact I am . . ., LL 35694. ní do chathughudh a bunadh . . . acht . . . do theichem, TFrag. 208.3 `in reality', Plummer MS. notes. a buna `originally' (in fact ?), Laws i 120.9 Comm. co b.¤ : uair is co b.¤ bríg bermait / cech ní is dír dlegmait do rad since we give authority for all we say (?), LL 17003 ( RC xlvii 304 ). bar nglóir do bhreith go bunadh `test your words by a fundamental principle', Content. xviii 85. go roich do mhac Bh. go bunadh `till things become serious for him (?),' Magauran 2998 . do b.¤ always, perpetually, for ever: 'san bhailei-se do bhunadh / bhíos mo chara C., DDána 66.7 . gá doilghe béad do bhunadh what grief is ever more bitter ? Arch. Hib. i 84 § xi . ní mhaireann grádh do bhunadh, Dánta Gr. 84.2 . rob īat sin . . . muinter Cairill do b.¤ , ZCP vii 308.4 . 'cum an dunaidh a ngnáthuigigh do bhunadh, RC xxix 116 § 12.

Compds. dochum bar ṁbunad-chineoil (original) family, Acall. 6256. do bunadcineoil (g s.), TTebe 4786 . ar mb.¤ chenel, PH 2680 (written as compd., LB Facs.). arcenn ar mbráthar bunadchineoil, Lism. L. 3171. See section (c) supra. a bunudh fiach `the original debt', Laws ii 4.15 Comm. gó a mbraithribh ┐ go a mbunaidh-fhremhaibh to their original stock, Leb. Gab.(i) i 80.9 . dia bhunadh freimh, AFM vi 1906.3 . origenistum .i. bunadgein, Sg. 181a4 (see note). bunadh-indruim na T. `to describe the origin of the Thebans', TTebe 9 .

cerna

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Forms: cerndae

ind ? leg. cerndae (3 cern): is é cride ch.¤ Chuinn (of a king), SG 385.23 . caera cach mná c.¤ / samasc cacha selba (of tribute), 383.23 . Cf. fri fer ... comcernda (comnda, MS.) ... frit, IT ii2 246.62

1 cét-

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ord. num. prefixed to nouns, adjj. and verbs. In later lang. us. with palatalized -d before palatal initials: mar an gcéidfhear (: éidear), PBocht 13.36 . an céidchion, DDána 21.15 . `When preceded by the art. it is occasionally lenited even before a masc. noun', Párl. na mB. Gloss .

(a) With nouns first and allied meanings (early, original, proto-, primary, primal, former, first-mentioned, aforesaid, foremost). `With more or less of a technical connotation in many cpds.', Laws Gloss. (with list). See also ZCP i 315 - 6 . is hé in cét sians didiu gl. duplex . . . sensus, Ml. 36a32 . do aitrius ar cet-choggbala, Vita Br. 28 . dochetadbur nandule, SR 22 . i cétaidchi `on the first night', Thes. ii 320.6 (Hy. ii). cedra (= cétráth) cairdi, Ir. Recht 9 § 12 `ein Bürge für einen Vertrag mit einem auswärtigen Stamm', 11 . cét rath cacha selba , O'Dav. 1374 . mād cētchin a first crime, Cáin Ad. 42 . na n-iach cétṡnáma first-run salmon, SCano 12 (see Ériu xi 86 , xii 244 ). a saillméth do sainmesaib ┐ a chētbairgein lethmech (perquisites of a monk), ZCP vi 271.21 . isīsin cétben díb ruc hí, BColm. 52.20 . go céidféil Muire to the feast of the Annunciation, ZCP x 18.16 . don chetfóit `the surface-sod', RC xiii 454 § 48 . hi cētāin cēt(h)gaimrid November, ZCP xii 235 § 51 (cf. AFM i 524.3 ). sicc romor isin cetgemred, Ann. Conn. 1251.13 . cīa cétliaigh robūi ind-Ēirinn ar tús ríam?, ZCP viii 105.12 . ? Mac duine / timghair aithe a mhaoeine, / Mac Dē nimhe nī maithi / a cēdmaoine cach laithe, ZCP xii 296.6 . cetpearsu uathaid `I person singular', Auraic. 304 . cetfear illda `I person plural', 307 . i comdāil a cēttserci, BColm. 90.25 . cētshercus ēcmaise, MacCongl. 3.21 . cetlong in betha .i. Argo `foremost', TTebe 1941 . cetblegon a bó biestings, Cog. 48.18 . gach ced arc is gach ced uan (a due), Hy Maine 13.8 . cétbunni darach, TBC-LL¹ 563 `prime oak sapling', TBC-LL² 457 . sna céid-ṡlighthibh `from the start', Content. x 22 . isin dara cét lá deidenach don ré `on the second last day of the term', Laws iv 136.1 Comm. an ced long triallfus tar tuind the next ship, Prolegomena 42 § 11 . na cédchirt the above-mentioned words, IGT Decl. § 41 . rún an chéid-fhir (: éigin) the first man, the former (of the figure in the apologue as distinguished from him to whom the moral is applicable), Dán Dé vi 33 . 's í ar gcaitheamh a céadaoise being past her youth, v 28 . mar chéadshaimhghréin, DDána 114.12 `as early summer sun', Ir. Monthly 1920, 164 . do shlānughadh na bpeacthach, darab eadh mise do chēuddaoinibh of whom I am chief, Parrth. Anma 4933 . mo chéid-gin firstborn, Jeremiah xxxi 9 . is na cedlaithibh do mís September, AFM vi 2138.7 . croide gacha cédmacáim `striplings at this their first essay', Caithr. Thoirdh. 45.34 . mar aon chéad-bhean wife, Keat. Poems 980 (cf. cétmuinter). trí cét leitreachaib gach aen focail initials, O'Gr. Cat. 287.14 . coll cétingen (? sic leg.) = jus primae noctis the deflowering of the first maidens, the first deflowering of the maidens, Comp. CC 64 § 88 .

(b) Rarely with adjj.: tri prímlaích . . . it é cétlíatha turning grey, LU 7699 ( BDD 128 ). trícha casbrat cetluaitte (cet[ḟ]uaiti, v.l.), Leb. Cert.² 355 . i cet ceptha . . . cet urlum . . . lan urlum roughed out . . . beginning to be ready (stages in manufacture of a millstone), Laws i 188.23 Comm. ar slog Conaill ced-guinig first to wound (inflicting 100 wounds?), MR 146.20 . Cas Cētgomnig lasrachētgabtha comgni, ZCP viii 302.29 .

(c) With verbs first, for the first time (cf. ceta-, cétnae): cach n-æn rochet aitreb Banbai, Dinds. 78 ( RC xv 478 ). Adam . . . / cīa cétguth rocétlobair?, ZCP iv 235.19 . ra cétṡnaidit . . . na clairsin those planks were roughly trimmed, LL 30945 (TTr.); 'those planks were hewn down' Celtica xii 192 . la side rochétecbad corthe, ZCP viii 303.2 . an ceart do chéid-lean, A. Ó Dálaigh lv 24 . tar ar chēidshil d'fhoil Íosa in addition to the blood He had already shed, Dán Dé xx 28 . do cetloit Tuathal Constapla na nGall in the first place, to begin with(?), Ann. Conn. 1225.24 . gur ab ó cloinn iarla cloinne R. ro chéd sholathair sé bél atha na sluaiccheadh, AFM v 1814.z .

With vnn. maróca 'arna cétberbad parboiled, MacCongl. 67.20 . ic cetcheppad chlár, LL 30949 (TTr.) `rough-hewing', Plummer MS. notes. ronnit a cētraind tīre hísein they make their first division of land, Ériu iii 141.211 . cet-chruthugadh na cruinne, MR 98.15 . Adam in cet-chrutta, LB 225a44 . do cétchesad na pecthach sin, RC xxvi 148 § 28 .

? cnuid

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n ni eta selba .i. ni conair etachta na cnuidh uasan sin, Laws v 184.8 Comm. ? Leg. cruidh?

coimge

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Forms: coimde, comga, comda, comhda, coimdhe, coimhdhe, comhdha, comga, comhdha, coimdigh

n coimde, comga, comda (com + 1 aige? See also s. cuime) comhda coimdhe f., IGT Decl. § 3 . ? Cf. comaid (ón choimhde), § 10 . coimhdhe: oirbhe, Aithd. D. 1.18 . comhdha: toghla, 50.4 . comga: dolma, Gorm. March 14 . comhdha: forccla, BNnÉ 219.z . coimdigh, TTebe 4855 v.l.

Act of protecting, safeguarding; protection, safe keeping : Crist dia chomge dia chommorad, LL 27992 ( Metr. Dinds. iv 162.228 ). ni comga in cél ni coma / is domna der conduba, 26219 . in bratt condaig Fer Berna / acht ni trebrad ní c.¤ , 26190 . condechaid G. for comde F., ZCP xii 375.4 . is coimdhe do churchánaibh / snam ar gach sribaill ṡrianaigh, KMMisc. 313.26 . secht cloidme . . . / dom ch.¤ , 254.5 . ag ar gcoimhdhe, DDána 26.18 . labhair dar gcomhdha ar an gcrann, A. Ó Dálaigh xxii 9 . nír comga dáib a ndoicheall their churlishness was no protection to them, Ériu iv 118.4 . for a comdha `on his guard', Leb. Gab.(i) 226.9 (cf. coimét). na slóig a coimdi an cuiri, Hy Fiach. 264.7 . ro cuireadh esidhe . . . dia chomhdha go trétúrdha don tor, AFM vi 2258.w (cf. coimét).

Ref. to specific things providing protection, the protection so provided: bricht comga protective spell, TBC-I¹ 1889 . cnes cealtair comdha, ZCP xiii 175.6 . altram Néill im chomga cnes, Ériu iv 94.8 . eochair chomga cnis Hérend, 96.12 . a comgha cnis . . . .i. cathluirech, CCath. 5211 . cuaird comgi michíl (name of a hymn), Mon. Tall. 137.18 . cuairt comgi in aingil, Ériu xvi 31.18 ; 30 . cuirfeadsa coimhdhe conaire umad, ML 36.14 (a charm for a safe journey, see ML² 460 note ). is coimdi do'n tí nod geba ag dul for sed (a poem), Misc. Arch. Soc. 3.22 . ? nábad chomdi dó do banchéli a fitting wife, LU 10189 . coimhdhi bliadhna . . . ┐ éisteacht ris a year's safety through hearing it (a story), Dhá Sg. Art. 1820 .

With similar meaning in legal contexts, but exact technical application not always clear, see Plummer, Ériu ix 36 -9. comde ` guarding ', Laws i 266.11 . dlomtar fiadhain fridh coimde cirt coir, 268.9 . cach n-aithni co coimdi `security', ZCP xvii 58 § 73 . cach coimgi i lāim n-urrad, § 74 . feidli .i. fidh leo .i. la cethræ comge, O'Mulc. 500 . coimdi .i. comdedberus, O'Dav. 580 . is coimgi do boairechas dul a nairechas coisring, O'Curry 1851 ( 23 Q 6, 51 b ) = O'Curry 326 ( H 3.18, 180a ) = cumdich, O'Curry 1984 ( H 4.22, 21 ). coimde fuirre re aiseac uaithe, Laws iv 40.16 Comm. `perh. she is protected against having to restore it', Ériu ix 39 . coimgi an geilfine, Laws iv 40.7 Comm. `protection (or restraint)' (with regard to alienation of lands), Ériu ix 38 . c.¤ selba , expld. in Comm. as restraint on division of inherited property till a surviving relative also dies, O'Curry 400 ( H 3.18, 223a ). ceithre gona duine deithbire nad eillneit c.¤ laime, Laws iv 252.18 .i. . . . comoige no comhartaine, 21 Comm. ` external, material protection ', Ériu ix 37 (c.¤ bél ┐ tengad `ref. to protection in the law-courts as guarantor, security, compurgator, etc.'). c.¤ colla cetamus cach araile, O'Curry 383 ( H 3.18, 216b ). coimgi colla . . . ar na gona nach fer fine inaile, 2310 ( Eg. 88, 24 (25)a ). fearr freisneis coimhghe ara cholladh caonchoimhge, 377 ( H 3.18, 214 ). cuic coimhghi . . . a do ra fini ┐ aen re hanḟini ┐ a do eitir ḟini ┐ ainḟini: coimhghi colla ┐ coimhghi selbha re fini; coimhghi laimhi re hanḟini; coimghi bel ┐ tengadh itir fine ┐ anfine . . . coimhghi laimhi ┐ bel ┐ tengadh masa comesargain di dibh cnedaibh i nenḟeacht ra fear cach dibh ara cheili, O'D. 2388 - 9 ( Rawl. B 506, 48a ) = cumge, comge, O'Curry 384 ( H 3.18, 216b ). atait .u. corusa coimgi ann, coimgi c[olla], coimgi selba, coimgi laime, coimgi beil, coimgi tengann, O'Curry 2310 ( Eg. 88, 24(25)a ). tiugradh cach coimdi .i. in laingfitir, O'Curry 513 ( H 3.18, 259 ) `concr. of the hobble on cattle', Plummer MS. notes. manar sechnustar beith fo comgha a sét dó, O'D. 777 ( H 3.17, 557 ). nach cuimde nach gradh bis uaisle log ninech dagra etc., O'Curry 2704 ( Eg. 88, 60 (61)a ). na coimdi bes mo logh neich atgair fri hinbleogain gaibi co dublad, etc., O'Curry 2705 ( Eg. 88, 60(61)a ) = coimdedh, Laws ii 14.19 . is tre ḟīr flaitheman comrara c.¤ cethre caich torith, ZCP xi 93 § 27 . Cf. caca ceithri c.¤ comrera cona cealt cona neart, Ériu xvi 65.49 . conad gile greine c.¤ mora deine eisce, 66.60 .

See coimded.

coitechta

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adj (-échta?) (com + téchtae) (equally) legal, proper, suitable: c.¤ .i. cutruma nó comdligthe, O'Dav. 469 . socur socubus iar na coir c.¤ according to proper legal procedure, Laws ii 360.1 . fiadain c.¤ indraice `gleich-zuständige', ZCP xiv 391.6 ( Laws ii 332.14 ). imain c.¤ a crich cen dichilt legal, open driving(?), Laws v 138.1 Comm. dia mbe coimét c.¤ , O'D. 1180 (H 2.15, 45(69)b). tairisi cerd coittéchta, Ériu xiii 35.23 . lepaid cotechta `suitable', Laws i 130.18 Comm. in cae is c.¤ do, iv 128.20 Comm. ? beit it chróthreib c.¤ (`populous'), Leb. Cert.² 158.6 . a coscar ní coidéchta (`incom- parable'), MR 210.6 .

As subst.: a coit echta (leg. c.¤) a fintiu his equal share from the tribal land, Laws iii 40.24 . i c.¤ selba `in lawful lands', O'Dav. 469 . fácbaim F. mac R. dáig a cotéchta, LU 9218 `his like privilege', FB 94 (Henderson).

comarb(b)ae

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n io, m. (orbbae) Cf. comharba uasalchille, Études Celt. xii 521 . heir, successor : it sib ata chomarpi Abracham gl. heredes, Wb. 19c20 . conrandat comarba cetamus a randa ┐ a sealba, Laws iv 68.20 . atat .iii. caine nad chumgat comarbai do chumscuchud, 210.26 . da comarba treabar im easeart, 128.3 . athgabail comarba conrandat curu a nathur, i 216.2 . comarba aicinta natural heir, O'Curry 1227 ( H 3.18, 492b ). ní fil . . . scoth ná comarpa úad, Trip.² 861 . sochla sám comarbbae, Corp. Gen. 47.36 . tabairt mna dó fo déig co farcbad comarba, LU 10166 . cóich comarbai cré `to what heir the land belongs', ZCP xv 188 § 9 ( LU 3474 ; SCC² 271 , retoiric). lín cend comorba the number of heirs, Ériu i 215.22 . a chomhḟorba ┐ a chrioch .i. neanaidh truim ┐ tradhnaidhe (a curse), v 94.18 . fo selba Cuind comarbae `to the estates of Conn's heirs', xvi 46.13 . atrubalt iarom ┐ ní fargaib fer comurbai male heir, RC x 66.7 (ICM). comarba meic, Acall. 4914 . do-llega a chlanda ┐ a chomarbbu, ZCP xi 85 § 38 . ni chechrat mo comarbai alacomorba nad n-acatar i n-orbaib æithre (= aithre) aendān `my successors (heirs, posterity?) will not love an outsider whom they have never seen in their paternal heritage', xii 364.31 . airm gen fiadnu ┐ carbaid cen comarbada owners(?), occupiers(?), TTebe 3050 . Ioin mac Zepedeíí brunn-dalta Ísu, comarba na hógi (because he took the place of Jesus), PH 1454 .

Meaning unclear in: litre la caid comarba im ardmanach marbdilsi (one of the three things that establish a claim), Laws v 498.3 (= O'Dav. 530 ). bith la flaith .i. bid he-side bid caidh comarbai, O'Curry 871 ( H 3.18, 391b ) (cf. Corp. Gen. 2.27 and MR 90.1 s.v. comarbus).

In phr. c.¤ for c.¤ (?): athcuiredh comarba for comarba gin seotu `the one heir transmitted it to the other', Laws ii 208.15 Comm. in inbuidh is comarba for comarba, 210.10 Comm.

Very freq. of an ecclesiastical successor: comarba latinised conuerbius, Petrie, Christian Inscriptions ii 100 . féil Flaind . . . / comarbai . . . Bennchuir, Fél. Dec. 15 . Maelbrigte . . . comarba Patraic (i.e. abbot of Armagh), AU an. 927 . do Aed mac Crimthainn . . . do chomarbu Choluim, LL Introd. xvi 6 (printed ed.). comorba Crist i n-ecna (of St. Paul), PH 1650 . ó chomharba Pheadair (= the Pope), DDána 72.2 . comhorbaidhe an dá easpog dhéag soin, Keat. iii 413 .

comdénum

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n (com + dénum): hi comdenum pectha friu `in doing sin equally with them', Ml. 34a23 . comdenum a selba doib, CL 100 xviii.8 . In follg. = dénam: dam orda . . . do crutacad ┐ do comdenum, BB 241a28 . aní bhíos arna choimhdhéanaimh do cháilibh contrárdha, TSh. 3156 .

comscaíled

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n (scaíled) act of loosing, dissolving, tearing apart: comhsgaradh no comhsgaoiledh, Ériu xiii 50.5 . slan do a comscailedh (of building), Laws iii 252.22 Comm. in t-ech . . . do comsca[í]led uadh `to deprive him of', v 438.8 Comm. ni coimgech comscailedh in feraind cannot alienate, i 206.28 Comm. gl. roda selba sanna. do niat a comsgailed (a contract), ii 288.10 Comm. gl. fonuasnat. ag comhscaoiledh lāmhoigh re aroile `firing at one another', Fl. Earls 188.13 .

conn

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Forms: cunn, c.

n o, m. Also cunn.

(a) bulge, protuberance; buttock(s): c.¤ a conta contum acuta rotunditas , O'Mulc. 236 . cuind arad i.e. part of cooked animal which was due to charioteers , IT iii 188.8 . cuinn arad, Laws i 48.13 Comm. araid . . . cund dóib, LL 3716 . for cunt a da less buttocks , LL 3806 . o chond a leisi co holl a ochsaille (of `cathchris'), 24884 . intṡlíasait . . . ochund cofond `from trunk to end', RC iii 177.7 ( LL 13892 ). peall shróil do cuireadh fa ch.¤ posterior, Bard. Synt. Tr. 189.2 . dā c[h]. arccait im c[h]. óir knobs (of ornamentation on a brooch), Fianaig. 14.9 . ri cond crúaiche on the curve of a hill (an `óenach'), Metr. Dinds. iv 160.215 . ? tri cuind tairismi dlegair don ríg oca .i. tri puirt, LL 24723 , cf. conntairismhe .i. baile puirt bhios ag rí, O'Cl. ní scarfam a c.¤ fris an Tairr (word-play referring to Cell Cunna and Cell Tairre), AFM i 330.8 . cunn .i. corp, O'Cl.

(b) pre-eminent person, leader, chief . In Laws of head of `fine': conid hé a c.¤ a cenn (viz. rí nime), SR 7431 . ar cond slúag (of Colm Cille), LU 1185 . acoímdhiu cumachtach / acond co clothaigi, IT iii 91 § 130 . ? bid cond cach co húa, LL 18490 ( PRIA xix 546 § 2 ). a c.¤ na creitme gloine (of Mary), Blathm. 149 . cond ar ferga / filset trī hūi N., Corp. Gen. 22.9 . ní ba chond ugra `a leader in strife,' Tec. Corm. 38.5 . cond cacha fine `head of every family', Laws v 250.2 = c.¤ .i. cenn, O'Dav. 499 . cond bo buachaill i mbansoillsi protection(?), Laws iv 96.23 . inlolaig S. / selba / techtas a cond a / cenél `her "head"', Celtica vi 234 ( Laws iv 16.21 ; O'Dav. 1130 ). cuicthe fri cond cuindegar, Laws i 78.14 = 264.8 . dar ēisi a cuinn do cech mnái husband (?), Ériu ix 47 § 16 . ó eadh cneadghaile na gc.¤ , Ó Bruad. ii 150.4 . cong einigh ┐ eangnamha (of chieftain), AFM iii 112.2 . M. . . . cunn na tūath, ZCP v 486 § 10 (B. na f.) .i. cenn, n. Hence in n. pr. Cond Longas, LU 5961 . la C. Cond-Loṅges lán, ZCP xi 109 § 11 . lechtan Cormaic Conlongas (: class), RC xxiii 304 § 5 `Haupt der Seefahrten', Thurn. ZCP xiv 5 - 6 . Later felt as compd. C. Coinloingis, Cóir Anm. 275 , Cormaic (g s.) Conloingis, Folklore iii 508 ( Bodl. Dinds. 45 ). See also Corp. Gen. , Hog. Onom. s. leth cuinn.

(c) one who is sui compos, adult, responsible person: is dilis . . . nad-cennaib coirib comallat, connaib arda-neithit `Vernünftigen', ZCP xiv 379 § 43 ( Laws ii 306.4 ). as c.¤ ar ecconn feith, Ériu xiii 33. z . athgabail a cond bertai a cinta `adult guardians', Laws ii 46.1 . faill . . . do connaib cen imcomet cach ecuind, iii 500.22 . fogal cuind, v 296.20 . daimthi dáil cuind dam-sa `the respite of a grown-up person', Cymmr. xiv 104.14 = dál cuind, Ériu iii 136.9 . cur ab dar a cend . . . comairgither cuinn, Laws i 106.31 Comm.

(d) intelligence, good sense; reason : c.¤ ciall, Metr. Gl. Ff. 27 . O'Cl. Stowe Gl. 28 . c.¤ ainm céille, Metr. Gl. 45 . dethbir eter c.¤ ┐ ceill ┐ inntlecht: c.¤ fri forb[th]etaid ┐ ciall fri himcomét ┐ indtlecht fri etargnugud tuicsina, O'Dav. 755 . dáig mo choinn ní / cichi[u]s cel `because of my good sense', Celtica vi 225.9 ( Ériu xiii 20.2 ). cund, céill, curp, Fél. Ep. 52 . in ben .. beres na slúagu asa cund, LU 3776 ( SCC 34 ). fear ris' ro scara a cond (in list of those free of sons' liabilities), Laws v 234.22 . anegmais mucuind ┐ moceille ┐ mocomairle, RC xi 30 .x. hi cond cēilli `in sense and reason', Fianaig. 84.14 . ? eter cond sceo colt, ZCP iii 223 § 3 (B. na f.). mad re n-irtar cond sceo colt, v 486 § 6 (B. na f.) .i. édach, n. ina chunn shlan in his right mind, Ériu ii 116 § 50 . cen chond `senseless', Metr. Dinds. iii 100.6 . coill Bhanbha i gcuirmmeabhaidh cuinn (leg. ig cuimeabhaidh? See v.l.) hazel-cups . . . confusing the senses, DDána 106.20 . an c.¤ libh . . . `does it seem right . . . ?' Ó Bruad. iii 38.5 .

1 corr

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adj I o, ā. On meanings cf. Loth, RC xxxiv 148 f. , TD ii 188 - 9 . ` tapering, cuspidated, peaked, pointed, jutting out or up, swelling ', Measgra D. 245 . Used of a wide variety of objects, incl. geographical features, places, buildings, weapons, human beings, animals, parts of the body, instruments, vessels, trees. Often somewhat vaguely applied: im Crúachain cuirr, LU 2847 . caidi ced-ainm in chairn chuirr?, Metr. Dinds. iii 356.7 . ón chrích chuirr, Bard. P. 5 . 16 . cathair ch.¤ , IT iii 23.2 . teagh c.¤ colam, IGT Decl. ex. 1343 . .u. claidhim corra catha, BB 273a35 . ar crandaibh camaibh corraibh, IT iii 86 § 91 . mac B. . . . gléchuirr `bright-eminent', Metr. Dinds. iii 272.26 . mac in chleirigh cuirr, AU ii 180.4 `stooped? hump-backed?' Plummer MS notes. fir chorra (of chessmen), Miscell. Celt. Soc. 160.7 . corrmhil c.¤ , IT iii 81 § 59 . a ccomtach a dha ccioch cc.¤ , Ériu iv 55.17 . na ruisg corra chriostalta, Dánta Gr. 13.11 (cf. cuirre). méra corra, IGT Decl. ex. 131 . dá pheinn . . . chuirr, ex. 1101 . pistal cuínge cuírre, IT iii 101 § 181 . fion . . . a cuachuibh corra, Rel. Celt. ii 208.26 . dī chūarán corra, MacCongl. 9.22 . cnóe corra, LL 27688 ( Dinds. 160 ). mínréidh na ród gc.¤ uile, A. Ó Dálaigh liv 2 . leathan thīs ┐ c.¤ t[h]uas (of a drop of milk), B. Fermoy 219b30 cited Duan. F. iii 246 . bainid teas . . . a cnapain corra dib `knobby' (hail- stones), Ir. Astr. Tr. 152.1 .

In more abstract senses: teacht ar druim cuain nó calaidh / ar uair gcuirr níor chleachtabhair, LBranach 6397 perh . `at an untimely hour', Gloss. ? do thréigios geallta corra / ní ghébhainn geall . . . / . . . acht do mholadh, 3406 . caince c.¤ / doní tonn . . . T., Acall. 861 `strange music', Murphy Lyrics 49.10 . laithe corra, TD 18.5 `unsettled', Notes (short?). diebus imparibus . . . .i. is na laithibh corra on odd days, 23 K 42, 57.14 (see subst. use below).

Equat. cuirrither hog luin a di ṡúil, Corm. 36.27 = cuirrit[h]ir, Corm. Y 1059 (91.17) . Compar. cuirre iná c.¤ aurócbála a dhá grúad, Corm. 36.29 . an bhruidhean nach cuirre cnoc, DDána 119.32 . na chíche nach curra an tugh, Rel. Celt. ii 232.10 .

II As subst. ā, [f.] (later somet. o) projecting part, end, corner, peak etc.: barr, críoch, c.¤ , Eg. Gl. 65 . c.¤, adharc, rinn etc., 119 . Used of a wide variety of objects (cf. adj. use supra): co cuirr Chruachain, BS 120.12 . fa cuirr cairrgi, ACL iii 235.20 . san gc.¤ choir(?), apse(?) (of a church), Eochairsg. 113.9 . corra an domhain = ends , Isaiah xli 5 . don chuirr bragat gl. ceruici, Gild. Lor. 133 . do benastar na goithne . . . i c.¤ bragatt na flatha ` nape ', Ann. Conn. 1405.15 . corra braghad `bend of the neck', O'Gr. Cat. 269.13 . re doighteach na naronn ┐ na gc.¤ mbraghad, 23 K 42, 156.6 . saothar mór ar na corraibh braghad, 165.7 (exact sense in pl. not clear). co tuargaib cend ass i coirr a chride (a knife), Fing. R. 328 . gé ro sgoilt cuirr chroidhe, Dán Dé xx 29 . ar chuir mo ghlūin on my knee, KMMisc. 358.23 = chuirr, Gadelica 294.z . corra a n-uillend the points of their elbows, BB 393a12 . ō ch.¤ na huillen go barr an meo[ir] medhoin, O'Mulc. 112 note . cona bachaill . . . cacha bainde . . . noscēed tar a cuirr crook (?), MacCongl. 91.2 . corra in c[h]oicat bachall, Ériu v 28.14 . i corraib bachall `points of croziers', RC xxvi 40.216 (.i. i n-aes graid ┐ i clerchu archena, note). in ferand risin abair c.¤ bachalla (n. loc.?), LB 258 marg. inf. tri mer dua (leg. dia) churr. Mer dia frithchurr. . . lethordlach [leithit a cuil] ar medon trian oca chuirr (a billhook, fidba), O'Curry 883 ( H 3.18, 395a ). a ch.¤ liathroití lubain, IT iii 69 § 12 (2 c.?). c.¤ . . . lamchrann . . . breasdach . . . caomchom (parts of harp), Manners and Customs iii 258 note (refers to violin-type instr., c. the end held against the shoulder, Plummer MS. notes) ` cross tree, or harmonic curve ', Gloss. sccriobhus iad sin a ccuir chruiti, Ériu iv 60 § 49 . Cf. carr. a prora .i. . . . on chuirr thussig prow , Gild. Lor. 49 . in ch.¤ thuisech din churuch sin ┐ . . . in ch.¤ aile the prow, the stern, RC xiv 402 § 9 . leím duine a cuirr a choiti, IGT Decl. ex. 551 . ac cumtach cír im chorraib na luṅgi, LL 30952 (TTr.). ro suigh a cathair cumdachta for curr na halttora, Grail 3397 . ag cuirr dheis na haltóra . . .an churr dheas, Eochairsg. 36.38 (cf. cornu altaris, Du Cange s. cornu ). ar chorruibh bhur naltórach = horns , Jeremiah xvii 1 . c.¤ comdala for dechnaid cumaisc (a metre), IT iii 77 § 43 . ar chuirr sheaghla sheing Sh. hem (?), DDána 99.13 . ? c.¤ laegbili (.i. Oengus) cétáin, ZCP xii 237 § 60 . uaclerigh carbat crin cuirre, IT iii 101 § 181 . is daleic a chuirr fair inna carpat .i. eir for in aile, O'Mulc. 763 . ? i gcórr shliabh (printed as compd.) `mountain pease', Ó Bruad. iii 134.6 .

In phr. céd traiged i tigh C. / ón chuirr go roich a chéle from end to end, Acall. 804 . o chuirr go cuirr, Luc. Fid. 5230 . ón ccorr go chéile, Ezra ix 11 . ón gceann gcurradh go chéile, Trompa na bhF. 204 = de fonds en comble, Gloss.

Note also: c.¤ mór is deich míle much more than, ZCP iii 621 .

In n. loc. Ross dá C.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iii 306.34 . C.¤ Crúadglórach, 40 . co fán Chorra Eidnige, 128.20 (see Notes). hic corraib Edhnecha, BB 367b26 .

See 2 and 3 c.

Compds. With nouns pointed, peaked, sharp etc.: corr-chathbarr, CCath. 4694 . corr-crechda .i. ainm do cnoc bis a n-étan na n-amatán, O'Dav. 518 (a lump or brand (?) on the forehead of a drúth, identifying him as such, CMCS lxvii 55-71 . See crechda). do cheppaib ┐ do chorrḟótaib . . . talman `round sods', RC xiv 416 § 32 . a chliath chorrga, IT iii 88 § 105 ( Bruchst. 17 § 33 ). na corrgabla siúil ┐ na loṅga luchtfethna, LL 22799 (`bent spars of a sail', CRR 11 ). ? corrgubhul .i. craicann gabair, [ut est] broc choel do chorrgubul gabais etc., O'Dav. 366 . ina corrthair chlaidem ┐ chorr-shleag, MR 214. 23 . tre corrsmál teinedh, Ériu v 104.22 .

With corr- in secondary senses: ? in chorrabhall, Acall. 4530 = SG 186.30 dwarf or crab-apple tree = We. corrafallen, KZ xxxviii 462 , ZCP iv 104 . le hecla corrméinee (sic) na sgoile ` ill-will ', O'Gr. Cat. 131.38 . corr-ecor selba `hinausgehendes Einbringen', ZCP xv 246 § 5 , with corr- in sense of odd (of numbers), 248 (see De Bhaldraithe, Éigse viii 244 ). corr-fhocla ┐ coirrlitreacha Gaoidheilge occasional words, Donlevy v 17 . ? in chorrimirchi `the odd drove', Duan. F. iii 18.42 ( Acall. 4978 ). seasca corr-mholt `smooth . . . wethers', Leb. Cert. 62.x . an tIarla do dhol corrshluagh ceandais feadhna with a small army (?), AFM v 1592.3 . C. . . . Corrbacc, IT ii1 181.191 .

With noun forming adj.: nomen do lestur chor[r]thón gl. futilis, Sg. 56b7 (see GOI 220 , Hermathena xcix 52 ).

With adjj. (in some cases dvandva-compds., in others compds. of subst. corr?): for dá n-echaib . . . corrbeca small-muzzled (?), TBC-I¹ 1973 . do chrāib charrbuidi (: glanbuidi), Bruchst. 66 § 150 = carn-, IT iii 99 § 167 . Leaburcam . . . corrchael, BB 257b25 . claidem cruaidh corr-cotut sharp and hard (?), hard-tipped (?), CCath. 5241 . corrderga (horses), LU 6910 ( BDD 51 ). an cíogh coirrgheal, A. Ó Dálaigh xliv 5 . rosc corrglas, BB 427a36 . demun doescair corrlond, IT i 190.16 ( FA 30 LB).

With adjj. derived from nouns: le céibh dtruim gcorramlaigh ` beauteous ', Magauran 922 . a slebh . . . Corrbennach, BB 23b48 . munter Ch. chorr-beraig of the pointed spears, Metr. Dinds. iii 174.82 . a chailleach, a chuirrchennach ` round-headed (?)', BS 72.13 . is sí . . . chorr-chíchech, Metr. Dinds. iv 140.z . tarclaim C. corr-deibig (sic leg.), Metr. Dinds. iv 8.12 `prominent in fight', Notes (coirrdheabhaidh wrongly expld., O'Cl. ). an barr corrgablach (of hair), Ériu iv 218.8 . teóra hingina corrlámacha Cailitín, Comp. CC 88.8 . S. inghean Chorrluirgnigh, ML 32.10 . i ndúin Caisil choirrshleaghaigh of sharp spears, DDána 74.59 .

Other compds. given as separate entries.

críchad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. críchad or dil.ie/12914

u, m. vn. of críchaid. act of delimiting boundaries, dividing territories : athgabail dechmaide im c.¤ selba `for the partition of lands', Laws i 200.30 . bid-sī bas coicrích . . . faccbāil in crīchdha etir L. ┐ Ú N. `having left the delimitation between L. and Huí N.', Moling 56 . erchinnech C. U. icca crīchad, BColm. 18.31 . crichadh an caoilli, Lism. L. xxxvi 23 (name of tract). crícha (c.¤, v.l.) cech cóicid fo chrúaich, Metr. Dinds. i 14.23 . farrach (cricad, v.l.) giall co Dun Sobairci, Leb. Cert. 6.9 (see 1 forrach ). Of a fault in metrics: claen crichadh (leg. as compd.? No descr. given), IGT Metr. Faults § 1 . In difft. sense: na trátha as críochadh crábhaidh `perfecting of piety', Dán Dé xxiv 2 .

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