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aiccecht

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Forms: aiccept, aiceacht

n m. (Lat. accepta, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. i 236 , acceptum, Vendr. Lex.). Also aiccept. aiceacht m. IGT Decl. § 24 . Later also f.: gurab í an aiceacht, Eochairsg. 4.y . ba hisin aicept, Hugh Roe 124.7 (fo. 33a ). With lenited -c- aicheapt, Desid. 4839 (cf. aithchecht). Later cecht q.v. Lesson, instruction, precept: lectio .i. aicecht, Ir. Gl. 868 . aiccicht .i. icht a n-aice ar is i n-ace bīs an deiscipal acind aiti, Corm. Y 88 . Cf. O'Mulc. 12 . brathchai .i. bretho Cai ainm aicepta bēlri, 125 . dí raínd déc ínti ┐ acept bliadna i ncech raind (of studying verse), IT iii 31.10 . foric in n-écsíne oc múnud a aiciuchta, LU 11002 . tech n-aiccepta, Mer. Uil. 143 . co ro erb don mac mebrugud a aiccepta, Fél. 12.14 . staruidhe .i. fear ag a mbí triocha d'aiceachtaibh naomhtha ina fhoghloim, MS. Mat. 494.30 . an t-aiceachtsa do fhégh soin / do légh aitteachtsa an ughdoir, L. Cl. A. B. 176 § 109 . an aiceacht d'fhág Sé aice precept, Eochairsg. 4.y . In phrases: do-gní a.¤ do gives instruction to: dorinne-sium aiccept dóib-sim, Mer. Uil. 127 . do dēnum accechta dī, BColm. 18.16 . do-gní a.¤ learns lessons: dognidh tri haicechta gach láe la Barrai, BNnÉ 16.11 . occ denamh in aicipta, Lism. L. 4152 . do bhínn dá n-aiteacht don ḟior / gach aiceacht díbh dá ndéiniodh, TD 23.7 . do-beir a.¤ do gives a prescription, precept to: truagh nach tabhair . . . aiceacht an Daghdha dhamh / d' aithteacht a anma i nEoghan a pity you do not give me the Dagda's prescription to revive Eoghan's life, DDána 65.35 . do theagasg an phobail ┐ dá thabhairt mar aiceacht dóibh . . ., TSh. 151 . ro gab ferg an senoir . . . ┐ tucc aicept mór dó he gave him a serious reprimand, BCC 170.17 . do bi C. ag tabhairt aicepta do C.C. trias an cath sin do cuiredh trid, 186.y.

Cf. airaiccecht.

aimser

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aimser or dil.ie/1149
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Forms: amser, aimsir, aimsire, aimsiri, aimsire, aimsir, aimsera, aimseara, aimsior, aimseraib

n ā, f. (see Celtica i 339 ) n s. ind a.¤ , Sg. 66b12 . ind amser , Thes. ii 229.26 (PCr.). a s. aimsir, Wb. 9a9 . g s. aimsire, Sg. 66b15 . aimsiri, LU 8049 . ? an aimsire , O'Curry 1902 ( 23 P 3 , 23 (21)b ). d s. aimsir, Wb. 23d23 . n p. aimsera, RC xlix 7 § 3 . a p. aimseara, BDD² 261 . g p. aimsior, MS. Mat. 572.29 . d p. aimseraib, SR 10 . See Vendr. Lex.

(a) point of time: condidtísed ind a.¤ ba chomadas dó, Wb. 21a1 . tánicc a.¤ mo idbarte se, 30d11 . isind aimsir sin, 13b1 . tanicc a.¤ derb togle troi, desmrecht insin ar aimsir deirb, Sg. 66b17 . cisi a.¤ hi forcomnactar in gnimai `at what time the deeds took place', Ml. 97a5 . is í sein trá amser i llotár in macrad, LU 6344 (TBC). cethardai condagar da cech elathain .i. locc ┐ a.¤ ┐ persa ┐ fáth airicc (a common opening of Irish treatises), Fél. 2.1 (cf. Laws i 2-4 ). aimsir cinnte a báis, RC xii 336 § 27 . adeir fellsam díb anuair docí sé curab a.¤that it is the right time for it, Maund. 204 . Note also: tōet for m'ainech-sa co fārgub-sa Temair lais ar nī lim ind a.¤ rucus brith it is no longer mine since I gave the judgement, ZCP viii 311.36 .

(b) period of time, span, spell: robói a.¤ nad rochreitsid `there was a time that ye have not believed', Wb. 5c10 . ataat alaili feidligte ho aimsir `there are some who endure for a while', Ml. 21d4 . ilardatu inna aimsire mbite som isind fognam, 28b9 . baí oca amser már iar sin for a long time, LL 14554 . in aroli d'aimsir, Hom. Leg. 77.15 . fri re n-aimsire for a while, TFrag. 76.5 . ?immusrala muir aimsera co tāncatar Éirind time and tide served(?) (or for aimserda?), ZCP viii 312.14 . ar séan uaire ┐ aimsire, TD 41.15 . i cind amsire iartain fácbaim-se E., LL 7332 . tug an toice re haimsir / druim riom . . ., for a time, DDána 90.2 . ó aimsir go haimsir from time to time (i.e. occasionally), Keat. i 80.21 . gacha haimsire `always', Fl. Earls 122.22 . term, stage: fiarfaighter an bind iiii h-aimsera a gach fiabrus, RC xlix 7 § 3 . beir tri h-aimsera gerra ad tigernus fen aris, BCC 374.7 . i n-aimseruib laith, Laws v 268.20 . Of a legal period a.¤ togu: cadiad aimsira thogha? . . . a cinn a ceithre mbliadhan dec do ingin, a cinn secht mbliadan dec do mac, i.e. the end of the fosterage period, 14 years for a girl, 17 years for a boy, after which a choice could be made between marriage or the religious life, Laws ii 192.13 Comm. , Stud. in E. Ir. Law 188 . a n-aimsir dithma, Laws ii 114.19 Comm. a.¤ aenaid, aimsir dunaig, v 302. 32 . a.¤ chue see cóe. fixed-term agreement (of service): do-rinneadur aimsear re chēile go ceann bliadhna 'they made an agreement of service between them for a year' Celtica iv 70.205 .

(c) period, age, epoch: á aimsir in n-aimsir a saigal hi saigul, Ml. 115b7 . ri co ruinib robai fail / ria ndúilib rianaimseraib, SR 10 . ó cheudtos na naimsior gus aniu, MS. Matthew 572.29 . hisin chethramad amsir in domain táncatar Gaedil i nHérind, LL 1804 . fri remius chóic n-aimser cósin `for the space of five ages' (before the crucifixion), ZCP iv 388.2 . ré cúig n-aimsear during five ages, DDána 20.12 . rule, reign, time of specific persons: i namseir da mac Aeda Sláne, Thes. ii 298.25 . nach raibi 'na righ-aimsir eineach badh urdrucu, Hy Maine 135.12 . i n-amsir na náem, LL 298b5 ( SG 367.2 ). d'aimsir na n-apstal, TSh. 5008 . Of contemporary time: conricci in n-aimsir hi taam, Wb. 9a9 . is it amsir cluinti se / longes tri mac n-ard n-Uisle, IT i 70.7 (L. mac nU.). ro derscaigestar a tech . . . do thigib inna hamsiri sin uli, LU 8049 ( FB 1 ). rosháraigh na uili macu a aimsiri ar mét, RC x 188.3 . bo geis . . . don ḟilidh isin aimsir sin anfis do beith fair at that time, ACL iii 4.19 . lucht énaimsire contemporaries, Mart. Don. Feb. 7 . lifetime, life: do chomurtha a slánti ┐ tormmaig a amsire iarum, RC xii 436 § 46 . senoir . . . ar caithemh forgla a aisi ┐ a aimsiri, x 191.8 . biaidh m'aimsear 'n-a héanlaithibh, DDána 6.35 . do chaith a aimsir go haithrigheach, TSh. 413 .

(d) season (of year); weather: dorala ind aimsir geimrid it happened in the season of winter, Trip.² 112 . i naimsir in geamfuachta, Laws i 2.7 . i naimsir erraig, ii 120.17 Comm. to-tét meas fo aimsera, BDD² 261 . do 4 haimsearachaib na bliadhna, Corp. Astron. 16.1 . ba ro-mhaith in a.¤ ┐ na sligthe frissin ré sin weather, Fl. Earls 80.24 . aimsir theinntide thessaide neimhneach, 192.x.

(e) Gramm. Of the `time' or length of sounds and syllables: liquidae .i. hit lechdacha lesom in tan nád techtat acht oin aimsir `he deems them liquids when they have only one time', Sg. 5a10 . fat aimsire na sillab, Fél.² ccviii 5 . is cumair sin ┐ ni bi fair acht aimsear co leith tantum . . . da aimsir . . . forsin nguthaige fota, Auraic. 1349 . intan immorro is aenguthaige amal ata a o alt eter da aimsir and, 1432 . Of tense: issí ind amser éccríchtha `the unlimited tense (the aorist)', Thes. ii 229.26 ( PCr. 62b2 ).

? Temporal adverb: áirmhe náid aimseara . . . lochdach . . . a ttús chomhfhocuil cheirt, IGT Introd. 24 § 97 . áirmhe ┐ aimseara . . . aimseara, íairmbérla coimhleanamhna: ané, aniogh . . . lochdach a ttús chomhfhocuil íad, 28 § 125 .

1 aire

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n [] f. See Lochlann ii 221-2 .

(a) As vn. act of guarding, watching over, tending, caring for: a.¤ inna aithche huile gl. uigelando, Ml. 95d10 . ara mbethe ico n-airi co llocharnnaib (of guarding relics), Trip.² 2828 . mo arise duib innocht olse fri triar caém dia muntir . . . is amluid . . . robatar ocond a.¤ you guard me tonight, LL 282a36 . ba marb-sa da iṅgnais de / cen co ti-sium dam a.¤ , to tend me, TFerbe 485 . roḟitir Cormac ord n-a.¤ (na ha.¤, v.l.) the order of the watch, Ériu iii 137.55 . are in puirt na tora tascur don lir, Laws i 128.12 Comm. tú liaigh na hanma d'a.¤ , Dán Dé vii 20 . Of `waking' the dead: clérich H. dollotar d'airi P., Thes. ii 320.3 (Hy. ii). batar ic airi in chuirp isna aidchib, Trip.² 3008 . baí . . . acc a.¤ na ccorp co nonóir, AFM ii 780.2 . airet robatur sruithi E. ica a.¤ , Lism. L. 636 . Note also: a.¤ (.i. grādh nó troscud) na sanct ina fēil (B. na f.), ZCP v 486 § 9 . In hostile sense looking out for (in order to attack): do bhiodhbha is é t'fhear faire / . . . / an t-olc reimhe is é ar th'a.¤ on the look-out for you, DDána 10.8 . na cóig námhaid do ní ar gclodh / . . . / a n-a.¤ nó go ndeach dhíom / bíodh faire ar an dteach i dtám until I cease to look out for them (i.e. the five senses), Dán Dé ix 7 .

(b) notice, heed, attention: dobéer desemmrecht dúib . . . frissacomricfea far n-a.¤ `I will now give you an example which your attention will attain to', Wb. 12c35 . connach cuiread as a airi cathuchud na T., and he could not put the fighting out of his mind, TTebe 1257 . tóghbaidh sé a n-a.¤ dona neithibh saoghalta it takes their mind off earthly things, TSh. 9272 .

Used in a large variety of idioms with verbs and prepositions.

(c) With prec. prep. in sét atá form' a.¤ , `the path on which I am intent', Ériu vi 115.3 . ní suan fír baoith boi ar mh'a.¤ `that I was bent on', Mart. Don. Dec. 4 . bith ar th'a.¤ take heed, Ériu iii 145 § 24 . is aithnid damh-sa créd ata ar h'aire `I know what is in thy thought', ZCP vi 58.24 . ní beag do thír é ar a ha.¤ , TD 29.4 . is edh sin . . . tuccadh ar mh'aire-si gurbho gillae amhulcach ócc tusa, Irish Texts iii 15.9 . With do-cuirethar: doralus ar m'airi / gréschi occa ṅguidi, Fél. Prol. 15 . oebind na tarla ar m'a.¤ , LL 210a19 . is trén tárla ar a airi strongly was his attention engaged, Hy Fiach. 210 . diongna an ní tharla ar th'a.¤ `strange is the task you undertake', Content. xiv 4 . do-beir x do a.¤ pays attention to x, heeds x: is tabartha do airi . . . indus in cheneōil cosa tīagam, TBC-I¹ 327 . ní rabi d'esbaid . . . ar duni . . . ríam a ra tucad da ari acht co facced R. that he would heed, MU² 701 . tabrad cách dia airi co ticfa bráth, LU 2495 . in tan nach tabrai dot airi in senoir Anachis . . . dobeth isin gabad atait, Aen. 570 . tan nā taibret dia n-a.¤ / na pīana . . ., Ériu iii 29 § 2 . tabhair dot a.¤ . . . nách ccuirfe aonchuid don choimhthionól ad leith guarded, Desid. 6483 . tabhair dot airi . . . nách drochumhla atá agat mirad, 1971 . an dtabhair Aodh dá a.¤? does A. pay heed to? TD 4.36 . tug th'a.¤ nach breith le báidh / do thagra féin ar Niall náir, Content. iv 2 . Note also: antar frim a.¤ co n-accar in coimriti in fer isind airide, ZCP viii 120.16 . ? fáilte ni thaet imm a.¤ , LL 261a40 ( IT i 79 ).

(d) With follg. prepp. With DI: do chloinn dochoidh a n-a.¤ they had given up hope of children, DDána 27a. 10 . With DO: masa th'airi téit don brut . . . rot fia if your mind is set on the mantle, LU 3112 . mairg a.¤ do chuaid don gus alas that attention was paid to the fierce advice(?), MR 14.23 . do bhéar-sa a.¤ dhuid-se / tar cheann Torna san troid-se `on behalf of T. I will face you', Content. vi 2 . With FOR (AR): roloisc[s]et a mbar(a)ca . . . conapedh a n-a.¤ for teiched `so that they should not think of retreating', RC xii 58 § 9 . dá mbeith a n-a.¤ oram if they heeded me, Dán Dé xxv 10 . ní bí a.¤ ac lucht an oilein sin ar raed ar bith acht ar chogad `the folk of that island care for nothing . . .', Maund. 168 . od conncatar goill a.¤ cenél C. for an marcsluaigh `when the English saw that the attention of C. was directed towards the cavalry', AFM iii 320.y . bídh a.¤ mhór agom orra I take great care of them, Desid. 6356 . With prec. do-cuirethar: is air dorala a a.¤ on this his mind became set, RC xxxvii 348 § 57 . is í sin aimser a tarrla a.¤ ríg na hE. ar fad aontuma a ingine, ML² 492 . ón lá tarrla ar n-airi air `as long as we can remember', Ériu iv 220 § 34 . With FRI: cóir are re dīgail Dé it is right to beware of God's vengeance, BColm. 100.5 . bíd th'a.¤ frisin lá atbél `keep watch for the day of my death', Metr. Dinds. iii 212.37 . ó nach raib a n-a.¤ re himgabáil a dtáisig for they had no intention of . . . Caithr. Thoirdh. 40.5 . amhail na biadh a a.¤ fri a niarmhóireacht itir `as though he had no intention of pursuing them', AFM v 1852.11 . a fhiarfaige dé an roibe sa baili enní re roibe a a.¤ no suil aige `anything that he liked', L. Chl. S. 44.1 . t'a.¤ rum, a rí na mbreath `list to me', Aithd. D. 51.11 . ar n-aireine re hiath Cuinn / ag triath dhaighfhine Dhomhnuill `my thought of Conn's land belonging in future time to Mac D.'s brave host', 29.15 . With prec. téit: na dechaidh a hairi re commamdacht uad (she said) that her mind was not turned to wedlock with him, CCath. 1150 . dochoidh . . . cidh mh'airi-si m'oenar ria boin I had set my mind on a cow all for myself, Lism. L. 1582 . = imm boin, Three Hom. 78.13 . úair ní th-ari-siu téit ria since it is no concern of yours, Ériu i 134.4 . ní dechaidh a hairi-si fri feall furri do Ænias she did not expect that deception would be practised on her by A., Aen. 788 . ní mó téit m'a.¤-si rem' comfurtacht duid nor have I any hope that you will help me, ZCP vi 64.23 . With I N-: admhaim go dtéid mh'a.¤ inn / gach ní ad-chím 's ad-chluinim, DDána 60.24 . tuc a a.¤ 'sin ningin, ZCP viii 268 § 45 . With IMM: dochuaid . . . cid m'a.¤ si m'oenar imm boin I had set my heart on having a cow all for myself, Three Hom. 78.13 = fria boin, Lism. L. 1582 . ro bo lughaide a n-a.¤ . . . fá fhaillidhe in comuill `they less than ever were inclined to fail in execution', etc., Caithr. Thoirdh. 103.y .

(e) As interj. look, take care: are, in gai-se for Bude, ol C. LU 5798 ( TBC-I¹ 1326 ). th'a.¤ chugat, a Uí L. look out , Maguires of F. 21 .

Later faire q.v.

1 airitid

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v (airitiu) receives, maintains: in tan airiter in senoir `when an old man is to be maintained', Laws i 158.10 Comm. ?nī fola tódine a būan / airiter fri trūag fri tolg (B. na f.), ZCP v 487 § 12 . ?maid mar muinemar manna (.i. oiritemar), LB 239a3 (gloss on ACC § 88 , RC xx 268 ). Cf. ar-eim, ar-foím.

ar-ceissi

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Forms: ar-cessi, -airchissi, airchis, ar-cessea, -airchissa, -erchissea, arceiss, airchisid, airchissecht

v ( air-cess-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 486 ) Indic. pres. 3 s. ar-cessi, -airchissi gl. sed miserentis est Dei, Wb. 4c19 , 20 . Ipv. 2 s. airchis gl. propitiare [uel prospice] mihi, Ml. 44b7 . Subj. pres. 3 s. ar-cessea -airchissa gl. ne forte nec tibi parcat, Wb. 5b35 . -erchissea gl. quod nisi miseratio diuina decoxerit, Ml. 46c15 . ar-don-roigse . . . .i. arroairchise, Thes. ii 303.4 (Hy. i). Subj. impf. 3 s. conna erchissed don bocht gl. pro pudore occurrentes intuere non audeant, Ml. 61a5 . Pret. and perf. 3 s. arceiss, LU 11007 . air arrocheis side di bochtai chaich gl. sed necessitates eius sensu compassionis introspicit subaudias sicut Ezechias, Ml. 61a9 . 1 pl. ara roichsisem, Blathm. 476 . 3 pl. ar roichsisiot, 513 . Later as simple vb. airchisid.

Vn. airchissecht.

(a) pities, has compassion on (with DI): arcessi do neoch bes meldach less `He pities whomsoever He pleases', Wb. 4c19 . curaerchisse dia dim gl. et miserto deo, Gild. Lor. 143 gl. 265 . airchisis Conchobar do deór Chathbaid, CRR 3 . curro archisi Dia dia anmain ┐ Patraic, Ann. Conn. 1402.5 . oirchis dínn, PH 2203 . Exceptionally with DO: ro-airchis daib, 1009 . arceiss M. ... dond éicsíniu, LU 11007 . With direct object: ar ro chis na dubacha, Blathm. 852 . nach duine . . . arta-ceisi guth ┐ gním ┐ bréithir, BDD² 883 . is techta / ar do cese (leg. ardacesse, ed.) noscara `it is fitting that thou compassionate and love them', Ériu i 202 § 28a . abbair fri Feradach arusceissi that he pity them, ZCP xi 83 § 27 . airchised cách a bráthair, Ériu iii 102 § 27a . ro airchisea Dia sind, YBL 154b37 . a Theamhair, a telbuidhe ardat chesi mo chuire my company pities thee(?), AFM i 480.17 . nímoirchis máthair ná mac. BS 43 . is e fhoires ┐ airchises (oirisises v.l.) cach gabad coilled, TTebe 2662 . ros airchis Niall Ó D. im gach ní ba tesbaidh forra, AFM vi 2210.4 . With FOR: rolúath bic narchessi forro, TBC-LL¹ 5112 (bic arcesi v.l., St.). iarsin rosairchis (airchisis uirre v.l.) úa Cuind, Metr. Dinds. i 22.117 = archisis uirre ua Cuinn, Keat. ii 5249 .

(b) (if same word, see Ped. loc. cit. and note that vn. does not occur in this sense) complains: arceissi side fria F. galar . . . do ueth fuirri, IT i 145.11 . arceissi scís a lám diud laí, Trip.² 771 `he complains', Trip. 73 . airchister . . . / fri senōir let it (i.e. this grievance) be stated, ZCP xiii 30 § 25 . arceisi de a guin, TBC-I¹ 2763 , cf. airchiside a ghuin .i. éccáoinidh sé a ghuin, O'Cl.

arsanta

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adj (arsan) old, ancient: na feallsamain a.¤ , Ir. Astr. Tr. 146.3 . imchellta in loch . . . o shenchaillig a.¤ , Alex. 695 . senōir naom-a.¤ `a holy old man', Fl. Earls 126.6 isna faiblibh arsantaibh, BNnÉ 78 § 152 . a n-éadaighe a.¤ worn-out clothes, TSh. 6958 .

As subst. is amlaid sin indisid ardsanta na mBretan, Todd Nenn. 70.9 (= arsatai, BB 207b27 ). arsanda . . . side, IT ii2 103.20 . do reir dligi[d] eg (= ic) arsantaib, Laws i 282.25 Comm. do reir na na.¤ , ii 94.8 Comm. Note also (perh. by conflation with arsatae): do reir na narsatan, Laws v 212.26 Comm. ; 284.15 Comm. ceasta . . . na narsatan, Ir. Astr. Tr. 2.16 .

bailedach

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Forms: builedach

adj o, ā (bailiud). Also builedach. confused, frenzied, deranged: ataat teora aimsera imbi bailethach in bith: rechuairt duinebath, tuarathlia coctha, fuaslucud cor mbél, ZCP xvi 176 § 7 (= bailidach, Laws iii 12.28 ). is baeledach in bith, mani fostaitis cuir bēl, xv 307 § 2 n.1 . bailedhach, buadhartha, O'Dav. 297. bá bailedhach é co minic o neim na fiaccal, Cóir Anm. 41 (306.21) .

As subst. one of confused mind, expld. in Laws as a dotard: baith, bailedaig, druith, dochuinn, dasachtaig, Laws iii 10.17 .i. in senoir , 12.1 Comm. cor buileadhaigh .i. in seanoir iarmotha ocht mbliadna ochtmodhad, O'Curry 1071 (H. 3.18, 441 a). escuind (sic leg.) .i. no senoraig no bailidaigh, Laws i 244.x Comm. buirb ┐ baoith ┐ buileadhaigh, MR 288.12 . In good sense inspired person, visionary: in builedach Tailchi Tuirbe, ZCP ix 454.10 .

bán

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Forms: bainithir

adj o, ā

I

(a) white, fair, bright; pure, holy, blessed; of a page, blank: dichennadh Ioain Babtaist bain `pure', Blathm. 247. tara ngnúissi bána (of the saints), Fél. Ep. 339. in grían b.¤ ban Muman / Íte, Jan. 15. timpān .i. tim .i. sail ┐ bān .i. umae bīs inti, Corm. Y 1258 (whence: ban .i. umha, O'Cl.). scíath brec . . . bil b.¤ findruini, LU 8602 ( FB 45 ). braen bat[h]is báin, 2998 (H). co lá brátha báin, 348 . an biadh ban `the white food', Leb. Gab.(i) 46.19 (= good food i.e. milk, etc.?). gabus Eba in t-ubull b.¤ fair, Ériu iv 114 § 10. co tarla a dī bond bána fair so that he fell dead with upturned soles, MU² 988 (cf. bánaigid). libair bána leisa ngabar salmthrátha, SG 52.2 . uch a lám, / ar' scribis do memrum b.¤ , ZCP ii 225.1 . na Bóinne báine, Keat. Poems 432. i mbruighnibh bána in white halls, Hackett xl 266 . ? In pejorative sense: a bachlaig bāin, Bruchst. i 27 § 59 (`blutleerer'). tuata b.¤ `a boorish clown', Ó Bruad. ii 14.z . In n. loc. Benn b.¤ in retha, Acall. 5637. In verse freq. as epithet of blíadain: o gein Crist co bliadain ṁbáin (= this year), LL 15430. arim trí ṅdéich ṁbliadan ṁb.¤ , MacCarthy 180 § 6 . Compar. ba baine (bainithir, v.l.) linscoit lenead arna langlanad, TTebe 480 .

In phr., bélre (bérla) b.¤ , see biait.

(b) pale; of a fight etc., bloodless: b.¤ gl. ex[s]anguis, Sg. 67a19 . ni ban re ndol fri croich `unbloody', Blathm. 234. nidat bána mo chrechtasa, LU 7991 (BDD). beóil bána, TBC-LL¹ 4104. i ndáil bain báis, LL 19352. ina ḟanntassib bána, LB 154b59 . ba bana buadirthi na Greic uili ri heicin na hitad sin, TTebe 1776 . senoir etlaidhe b.¤ . . . gan fuil, gan feoil, BNnÉ 77 § 145 . is b.¤ in gleó sa, TBC-LL¹ 4585.

(c) Of land, etc. untilled, waste, unoccupied: rannchuid di bān ga[n] aittreabadh nō inotacht (of a city), Fl. Earls 70.y . tré fhearann b.¤ fásuigh, Jeremiah ii 6.

II As subst.

(a) fair one; blameless one; of a page, blank space: D. deich ṁbliadna don b.¤ , LL 4379. mochean do'n bh.¤ nach can brég (of Molaise), SG 29.18 . an b.¤-sa a ndeiread na duilleoigi, TTebe xv § 2 . féch féin in beg nó in mór in b.¤ so `this blank space' (in a MS.), O'Gr. Cat. 110.z.

(b) untilled land, lea: thógfadh an spád ┐ rómharfadh an b.¤ , Hard. i 272.10 . pn In placename: B. Leathan, O'Don. Suppl. Cf. bánta.

(c) Expld. as truth: `ban' is `binne,' anmonna íad d'ḟírinne, Metr. Gl. 27 § 34 (perh. arising out of some gloss on bélre b.¤ ). Whence probably: ban .i. fírinne, O'Cl. ban .i. fir, Lec. Gl. 174. Stowe Gl. 238.

? ba b.¤ ar bruid, Metr. Dinds. iv 178.11 (`it was "a white page for a blot"'). ? cíarb éicess Nár cosin neim / dofuc co b.¤ in ben-sin `brought him to pale death', 8 .

Compds. Usu. with meaning white, bright, pale; bloodless ; somet. weakening the implication of the compounded word and contrasted with derg used as intensive prefix (cf. subrufa, mar bhánór. rufa, mar dergór. Subrubea, mar bhanchroch. rubea mar dergchroch. Subrubicunda, mar fhuil uisgeamail no bhanlasair. rubicunda mar fhuil dhegdha(a)tha no dearglasair, 23 K 42 , 162.12 ff.). With nouns: ben chain bánainech, TBC-LL¹ 4314. brettnas bánargait, 5426 . a mbleidedha banóir ┐ banairgid, Acall. 405. reacht bánbathisi `purifying baptism's law', O'Gr. Cat. 100.7. ó bas co banbem a blow which does not draw blood, Cóic Con. 41 § 60. nocha bánbhéim acht cneadh chinn no light misfortune, Miscell. Celt. Soc. 162.175 . ? ní bán-bhreath (sic leg.) a lenient judgment (?), Leb. Cert. 104.8 . (= ní hainbreath, Leb. Cert.² 745 ). Bóand bánbronnat `white bellied', Metr. Dinds. iii 34.16 . ro ir dom . . . .x. mbanchaimsa (.i. léne beca nó nulam), Ériu ii 5.4 . airitiu ind nóib Ióib / iar ṁbúaid ┐ bánchath (: márrath), Fél. June 8 (.i. nirbo dergmartra rofucc). ? bancloth briugad for tuatha do erdidbud, Laws i 232.2 . ní seagur comtús tar condeilg mbreitheman banclotha tuath .i. ni coir do dul co breithemh eile sech in fírbreithemh bís isin tuaith of fair renown, O'D. 764 (H. 3.17, 549). Banchomrag Ferghusa, TBC-LL¹ p. 418 n.2 . ban(n)esorgain nat faccaib cnoc `white (bloodless) mayhem', Bretha 24 (glossed .i. banbeim, see p. 59). Bandha na mbánḟoithreadh `fair forests', TD 16.1 . Bángleo Rochada (the name of one incident of the Táin), TBC-LL¹ 4555. an béal arna bhán-ghormadh `growing wan, pale-blue' (Gloss.), TSh. 1093. bánlann óir fria hedan, Acall. 3895 v.l. (niamlann d'ór buidhe . . ., text). coic bliadna os cach banleittir, Rawl. 164b28 . . . . an bánmaidhm sin cen go ro fuiligheadh nó go ro fordhearccadh for neach etorra, AFM v 1362.6 . báanmartre ┐ glasmartre ┐ dercmartre, Thes. ii 246.30 cf. BCC 432.37 (§ 391) . issí in bánmartre du duiniu intain scaras ar Dea fri cach réet caris, 247.1 (Cambr.). cond bo buachaill i mbansoillsi, Laws iv 96.23 . bánsuile mora a n-iarthar cind in bathlaig, Acall. 1871 v.l. co ṁbántlacht `with white raiment', Fél. Ep. 331 (cot banlucht, v.l.). cloch is cosmail re banumha `electrum', Celtica ii 84.474 .

With adjj.: doghabh a sciath . . . mbancorcra, Ériu iii 170 § 28 . inneoch narbtar banglasa dib robtar dubglasa (of the sacrificial entrails), CCath. 966. do indrechtānu bó bánméthi, MacCongl. 89.27 . borbdam banodhur, IT iii 87 § 99.

With adjj. derived from nouns: i gcrích mhín bhánacraigh Bhreagh, DDána 118.3 . cléirech bánaightheach brightfaced, SG 30.y . o Boind bind banbruthaig, LL 1027.

With vb.: saoirfhear . . . / dar báinghealadh toradh is meas míon Mhumhan was whitened, ripened, Aithd. D. 4.7 .

caillech

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n ā, f. (1 caille)

(a 1) Lit. veiled woman (see Éigse xxviii 74-85 ); in sense married woman : ba bec ind immirgi rucad ann .i. .vii. mbai ┐ tarb ocus se-sseom ┐ a chaillech ┐ ind ingen, Fing. R. 507 (Esnada Tige Buchet) . Brigid bratbrú a chaillech-som, SCano 224 . oen aile dib (oen dna dona caillechaib so, v.l.) Cumman … ┐ si thorrach, CGSH § 722.6 . In phr. caillech aithrige, penitent wife, a married woman who becomes celibate: inar find … cecha caildigi aithrighi, Cáin Ad. 14 § 24 . (a) nun, woman in religion : in ch.¤ rēided Currech (Brigit), Thes. ii 349.3 (Hy. v). sēnais in caillig comail, 337.4 (ib.). fail dí chaillig i rrichid / . . . / Maire ┐ SanctBrigit, 349.11 (ib.). a ch.¤ , Vita Br. 25 . Brigit . . . / cenn cáid c.¤ n-Érenn, Fél. Feb. 1 . senoir caildidi `senior nun' (oppd. to mac-c.¤ ), Mon. Tall. 151.7 (§ 62) . clerig ┐ caillecha, Laws iii 14.12 . do cleirchib ┐ caillechaib, Ériu xix 60 § 8 . cell ch.¤ , LU 1651 ( RC ix 452 ). tri hairgarta ecalse: c.¤ fri clocc, etc., Triads 66 . cenn c.¤ abbess , Trip.² 1000 . Cf. teach nabadh Cille dara do ghabháil . . . ┐ an c.¤ féin do breith a mbroid, ALC i 130.22 . c.¤ leighinn lectrix, Trip. xli 15 (cf. fer léiginn). In later lang. c.¤ dub: pian na manach . . . ┐ na gc.¤ ndubh, Aisl. Tond. 130 § 4 . ag saothrughadh beannaighthe bhanabadh ┐ choisregadh ch.¤ ndubh, RSClára 118 § 16 . D. . . . do écc ina cailligh duibh, AFM iii 252.6 . ord onōrach chaillech ndup the Order of S. Clare, Fl. Earls 164.19 .

(b) elderly woman : ni cundil mesce c.¤ gl. anus . . . non uino multo seruientes, Wb. 31c3 . c.¤ quasi cail-nech nō caol a lūach .i. screpul; nō c.¤ cail comēt ┐ de c[h]aillig cométa tige as nomen , Corm. Y 389 . tuillem bathais . . . do fiur graidh acht ni ruca dia chaillig, ZCP xiii 20.22 (`seiner Alten' i.e. the woman who manages his house, Bürgschaft 7 § 8 ). callech do Lagnib . . . i mbiataigecht ro bái sí . . . do ríg Lagen, Ériu i 132.25 . Boí a ainm na calligi, LU 4409 . d'óganachaibh nó . . . do chailliochaibh, Párl. na mB. 3931 . a c.¤ trūag (sarcastically of a hero), Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 38 § 7 . ’sa chailleach eich ga héideadh, Celtica xviii 144 § 31 . mar fiacla cailligi, Rosa Angl. 180 § 25 .

(c) In sagas pejoratively of supernatural beings hag, witch, crone (see Éigse xxviii 94 ): in Mórrígan i ndelb na sentainne caillige, LU 6248 (TBC). c.¤ lom luath (the Morrígain), MR 198.2 . sentrichem senchaillige, Triads 114 . a lāim na caillighi (badb), ML² 418 . demon callige, KMMisc. 212.z . ra chonaig in ruadchallig, LL 6283 . imthighis an ruadhchailleach, DDána 120.33 . Name given to a group of letters in Ogam script: caillige ar aicme huatha, Auraic. 5720 .

(d) In phr. caillech chrainn woodlouse : pudar do denam do caillechaib crainn, Irish Texts v 9 § 18 . cailleach chrainn , FGB s.v. cailleach .

In n. pr. C.¤ Bērre, Lament 83 . (cf. Éigse xxiii 38 ). C.¤ Domnaill, AFM ii 1150.9 . R. ┐ C.¤ Dé dí inghin R., AFM iii 172.9 . C.¤ Finnen a ingen, RC xvii 381.18 (Tig.).

In n.loc. Liss na Calligi, Ériu i 132.26 , Dinnseanchas i no. 4 p. 94 . Lebaid chailligh, Hog. Onom.

Ir. and Lat. obscure in: c.¤ ligheóc gl. pupína, Ir. Gl. 283 .

casal

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Forms: -ail, -air, -al, caslaib

n arch. causal, Celtica i 299 n. 2 . ā, f. (Lat. casula). n s. also -ail, -air. Twice with k-infl. in pl. Appar. also o, cf. g s. sním casil, ic figi chasil, Mart. Tall. 104 (Ed.'s transl. `wall' (caisel) seems less likely); a d s. -al, Lism. L. 2389 , ACL iii 22.13 .

Mantle, cloak, chasuble : casalda .i. penula, caṡal, PCr. 66b1 ( Thes. ii 230 ). c.¤ a cassala , Corm. Y 252 . sochaide mór . . . ┐ cassla . . . impu, LU 2198 ( FA 28 ) = caslacha, LB ( IT i 188.23 ). co caslaib , LU 1971 ( FA 4 ) = casraib, LB ( IT i 172.24 ). in druí i medón na caslae = cassula, Trip.² 607 . mo ch.¤-sa immut-su = vestimentum, 586 . a lín ló fil fort chassail .i. for-t chochull, Lib. Hymn. i 5.5 . a n-utlaige do grissaig ina caslib (of women), Fél. 40.21 . casracha cneisgeala (of raiment of angels), ZCP viii 200.2 . ? clēirech . . . cona chasair crāibheachāin, MacCongl. 124.29 `brooch', Gloss. (see below), `chasuble', Meyer Contribb. ic tobruc[h]tadh fo cassail (chossail, v.l.) i mbronn `bursting(?) under the vestment of their bellies', CCath. 6129 . co casraib lin gil umpu (of the Saints), RC xxvi 140.15 . senoir fír-álainn foltcaem . . . ┐ casair (casail, cosair, v.ll.) find uime, KMMisc. 317.11 = casair fuilt find imme `chasuble of white hair(cloth)', BCC 388.14 . Cf. co ro fhasastar cassar moingi . . . for Shamson flowing locks, LB 127b44 . dreama . . . dealbh gan chasail gan choimléinte, Ó Bruad. iii 22.4 . ? fogeil casail fócuind cain, IT iii 12.z . ? casair uirre d'ór Elpa (of chair of Créide), Acall. 791 `overlay', SG ii 130 , `clasp', Murphy Lyrics 48.10 , cf. i ndechiult cen chassair (.i. linanart ┐ casarnach, v.l.) trit `brooch'(?), ACC 124 ( RC xx 404 ) = co cassair .i. co casairni nó co n-olaind, ZCP v 489 § 15 . Whence(?): casair .i. dealg, O'Cl. Cf. 2 casán.

Perh. also in phr. c.¤ chró: im M.C. casail chró `of the gory mantle', RC xvii 188.11 ( ZCP viii 330.2 , Corp. Gen. 410.8 ). ní po decmait c.¤ cró / for crund a duirnd Diarmató, LU 9689 ( SG 399.6 , ZCP iii 214.z .).

coimitecht

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Forms: comaitecht, coimheadacht, comimtechta, comhuideachd, coimhdeacht, comaidiacht

ā, [f.] old Ir. comaitecht (vn. of con-éitet), early confused with coímthecht (later caoimhtheacht (Vn. of con-imthet). da ainm don choimhideacht . . . sáil ┐ caoimhtheacht, Metr. Gl. 29 § 49 . caoimhtheacht .i. coimhidheacht, O'Cl. coimheadacht, Dhá Sg. Art. 1908 . With re-composition comimtechta (g s.), LU 2064 ( FA 14 ) (cf. coimimthecht, coimthecht). comhuideachd f., IGT Decl. § 26 (coimhideachd proscribed form); m., § 24 . Later coimhdeacht (`exceptionally . . . in TSh.', Desid. Gloss.).

(a) act of going together (see Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 644 ): inna com(th)aitechta ( con-taít, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 647 ) gl. coitiones, Ml. 37c7 - 8 . comaitecht ceniuil do chenéul `congruence of gender to gender', Sg. 75a6 . hi coimthecht du gréin ┐ escu in óenrind `in the conjunction of . . .', BCr. 32a6 ( Thes. ii 16.40 ). ? robad inmuin comitecht, Ériu iii 106 § 47 .

(b) With DO act of agreeing with, favouring, conniving at, etc., in Thes. freq. translated indulgence: comitecht dund óis nad chaithi cach tuari, Wb. 6c11 . cometect dóib gl. imbicillitates infirmorum sustinere, 24 . comaitecht don brathir enirt gl. caritas uero aedificat, 10b28 . 10c2 . cometecht dossom `to be indulgent', 10c10 . 11c4 . 20b18 . cometecht dia n-écoscaib cen chometecht dia mbésbi gl. sine offensione estote Iudeis, 11c5 . tri chomaitecht donaib ingraimthidib `through conniving at', Ml. 15b5 . 65d12 . 72b18 . cen com[ai]techt do in prandio `without sparing him', Mon. Tall. 160.9 . comaitecht dond aithesc, Alex. 1016 = comaidiacht `Rücksicht', ZCP xxx 153.20 . With FRI: di chomitecht et condarcilli fri iudeu `indulgence and connivance', Wb. 19a6 . ? caemtechta fri colaind do cetmuindtire `accompanying', Laws v 306.4 . Perh. also: ar comaitecht do neuch o pecad ` accompanying ', Mon. Tall. 143.9 . ma rufestar bas n-ethech acht dagni ar baig nó chomitecht `to shield another', Ériu vii 156.26 . In follg. the accompanying words suggest meaning concession, grant, tribute : nī dlig nach rī . . . cīs nā bēs nā gēill nā comaitecht don tīr-ṡin, Corp. Gen. 207.8 ( comaithecht, 18 ). do rīgh Eassa Rūaidh nī dlecht / cīos nā cāin nā comhuidecht, ZCP viii 116.20 . a tuaristla ┐ a comaideachta `escorts', Leb. Cert.² 52 .

(c) act of accompanying, escorting, protecting: potestates a ccaoimhthecht, Blathm. 74 . do buith daitsiu hi coimthecht oco `thy being associated in it', Sg. 2a7 . do gudiu choemthechta doib, Vita Br. 40 . ara choímthecht a taig, Críth G. 585 . coemtecht ┐ seilcecht (of accompanying a person in a crime?), Laws iii 92.9 . smachta tairgilli cach raithi itir samradh ┐ eturscarad ┐ caomtacht, iv 78.2 (`In technical sense of a system of dividing the year, parts of one season being taken off (etarscarad), and added to (cáemthecht) another season', Plummer MS. notes). condit roib cáemtecht di ánrodaib Ulad till you can be escorted by some of the U. warriors, LU 4863 (TBC). a comaitecht ┐ a mbíathath ┐ a nem-guin, LMU² 163 . coimhdecht nó amhsainecht, RC xxix 112 § 8 . ? mor in mian don choimideacht / do niad gilli na leathbrág, Magauran 789 .

Attrib. g s accompanying, attendant : a aingel comaidechta guardian angel, BColm. 104.14 . do ainglib coimthechta, LU 1994 ( FA 6 ). aingel a comaitechta, 1967 ( 3 ). aidire caomtechta fri coir nathcomairc, Laws i 282.8 Comm. amus comhuidechta, ii 24.28 . céili coímthechta[e], Críth G. 406 . ca mét cornn comaitechta atá ac F.? serving-goblets(?), Acall. 5501 . cumal coimidechta maid-in-waiting, ZCP vi 27.14 . ro bái d'iomat a cheithern ┐ a dhamh coimhittechta, ZCP x 16.27 . .vi. dorais chóemtechta protective doors, LU 2081 ( FA 15 ). 'na flichidheacht coimdechta, O'Gr. Cat. 249.9 . is ina hetan bis di in satan coimidechta (opposite of aingel c.¤ ?), YBL 138b5 . Cf. drochad . . . comimtheachta `easily crossed', TTebe 3533 .

In vn. constr.: ni chaemnactar eich . . . in damrad do chomaitecht keep up with, LL 8702 (TBC). oca chomaitecht do airic menman `comforting her', Ériu xii 156.3 (TE). mar do bhíadh Íosa ┐ Muire . . . ga choimhideachd, Parrth. Anma 695 .

V. freq. in phr. i c.¤ with follg. gen. accompanying : i coimthecht dagdóine gl. comes perigrinationis nostrae, Wb. 16d2 . hí coimtecht inna árcae, Ml. 82d1 . 33b13 . it chóimthecht, 208b5 . i cóimthecht I., Fél. Dec. 20 . senoir it c.¤ `in thy company', Mon. Tall. 151.4 . i Coimded coimthecht, Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 10.6 . hi comaitecht a slóig, LU 8155 ( FB 11 ). i c.¤ seoit cethramda in the case of, Laws iii 230.10 Comm. gan chin 'na choimeitteacht sinless, ZCP viii 206.2 . a comaidhecht an claidhim as well as the sword, RC x 185.20 . teacht a coimhdecht mná to have intercourse with a woman, RC xxix 132 § 43 . fir ina caeimthecht (of woman), Maund. 135 .

With follg. prep. óes insin bís [i] coímthecht do ḟlaith, Críth G. 594 (a kind of vassal service, p. 107). comaitecht re hairdrígh, ZCP viii 116.8 . a hainm i ccaoimthecht fria hanail, Ériu xiii 39.24 . lotar do chomaideacht lais, xvi 84.90 . do choimidacht ort to dance attendance on you, CF² 773 .

In pl. in concr. sense attendants, companions, escort : do caemtechtaib `by attendants', Laws iii 510.1 . coimthecht ecin do chaimthechtaib C., TBC-LL¹ 880 .

In n. loc. for Druim Cáemtechta, LU 4605 (TBC). dar Mona[i]d Cöemtechta, Otia iii 48 § 5 .

colg

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Forms: calg, cailg, colg, calg, cailg

n Also calg. ā, f. (a d s. cailg). Later o, m. colg calg (clog clag, v.l.) m., IGT Decl. § 69 . cailg f., § 14 . Verbs § 76 .

(a) anything pointed, piercing instrument : c.¤ sleighe spear-point , DDána 119.11 . Sinand na bferg bfuar / do treghd cuan a clag its point has pierced the harbour(?), Caithr. Thoirdh. 18.18 (`his sword reached many a [supposed] place of safety'). ? c.¤ tuinne re tir, 18.24 (`the wave's impact on the shore').

(b) sword, prob. small sword, rapier: `colgg' ┐ `dubcenn' duo nomina gladii sunt isin tṡengoedeilg, RC xx 276.1 (ACC Comm.). `gen' ┐ `c.¤' . . . / dhá ṡenainm cloidhimh curadh, Metr. Gl. 15 § 36 . faccaib a chailg inna comair. Dosbert si do chlam, Vita Br. 13 . colc oc mo choilcse, LU 333 (ACC Comm.) (.i. claideb, M). cethora calgu (a p.), LL 392d34 . c.¤ (.i. claideb), 36087 ( LU 9672 ). mosdísem calga de Galión gáir, LU 5424 (TBC rhet.). L. . . . / imbert choilgg for C., ZCP viii 118 § 29 ( Rawl. 88b19 ). ōenchalga clū `the fame of the unique blade', Jn. Celt. Stud. i 86.25 ( YBL 125b33 ). calcc i laim cechtar hai, O'Curry 887 ( H 3.18, 396ab ). amal ch.¤ `like a rapier', IT iii 199 § 59 . cona sciathaib cona ṅgaib / cona calcaib, LL 4949 . scél fo chulgc a bloody affair(?), 30088 ( Metr. Dinds. iii 404.14 ). calgg dart bragit or L. (a threat), 37217 ( RC xiii 446 § 30 ). ra gabsatar (sc. Cú Chulainn and Fer Diad) dá sciath . . . ┐ a n-ocht cuilg ṅdét, TBC-LL¹ 3557 . re dathadh c.¤ , DDána 79.24 (`reddening of swords', Ir. Monthly 1921, 246 ). c.¤ .i. cloidheamh, O'Cl. breitheamh ciuil is cúrsa is cuilg `judge of coursing, music, fencing', Ó Bruad. ii 180.ix . ? senóir cuilg cairt an Bhúrcaigh, Ériu viii 93.301 . Fig. lé c.¤ nó lé cloidheamh an chraois, TSh. 2465 .

(c) sting; stab, thrust; act of piercing, stabbing (in these meanings always cailg): cia adbela [in bech] dia facbail a chailce from leaving his sting behind, O'Curry 890 ( H 3.18, 397b ). a ninadh na cailgi . . . dá mbe an cailg a nairteri (of a snake bite), O'Gr. Cat. 213.19 . tre chailg (: mairg) an gha, DDána 39.34 . i gcailg chagaidh, 73.18 . do-niad cailg abhla na haithne, 31.7 . Fig. ag cailg riaghla mic Alphroinn i.e. undermining the faith, Celtica i 150 § 41 . ro ghabhsat accá ccailcc ┐ . . . accá ttolladh, AFM vi 1970.8 . cailg a sting, Eg. Gl. 173 . cailg an bháis, 1 Corinth. xv 56 . ag soin uaim mo cheisd gan chailg (: mairg) without a quip(?), Content. xxvii 18 . Of satire: a Chiaran cailg carai / rob mairg mas do m'aerad, BB 299b24 . gnúis charthonach gan chailg n-aor `never stung by satire', Studies 1921, 589 § 8 . ? ag so cailg na fine ó bhfuil / file gach aird dá fhéachain the bane of his people, DDána 102.36 .

(d) awn of barley, wheat etc.: gran . . . ┐ he lom .i. cin c.¤ , Laws iv 94.17 Comm. ? itir chimedha culg .i. in cimidh so is ann bís itir c.¤ ┐ caithlech .i. itir c.¤ a cimidhecht .i. ag foghnamh, O'D. 845 ( H 3.17, 602 ). cnet do chulg (caused by healing of wound over an ear of barley), Corp. Gen. 405.5 . cruithneacht . . . / ar bhfás a cuilg 's a cunnuill, Aithd. D. 94.29 . m'uan beag cáidh . . . / . . . gan cháith gan chailg gan cheó (of one who had died young and innocent), Hackett xii 16 . By extension: do mhaol c.¤ bhar ndaghbhrat ndearg `rough nap', Magauran 370 . ar mhalaigh as chamdhubh gcuilg `curling dark crest', 996 . Cf. `c.¤ the coarse fibres of flax', Duan. F. Gloss .

(e) Fig. fury, rage : ticc an peist neimhi . . . go ccolcc mór fuirri, BNnÉ 5 § 14 . maircc thuilles om cléir a ccailcc (chailg, v.l.), 286 § 273 (`hostility'). d'fhreagair Gobhann mo ch.¤ , Oss. vi 112.17 . calg ionTaidhg air `furious as T. used to be', Ériu xvi 134 § 39 . ní léir c.¤ mar a ch.¤ soin (of a lion), Aithd. D. 16.22 .

Note also: cruith .i. cailg nō glic nō crōdae, ut est: ... frim odrubairt (imatrubhairt, v.l.) cailg co cruith, Corm. Y 386 .

Compds. With nouns. caismerta na ccolccbuidhen `the armed troops', AFM vi 1882.9 . For colg-dét see 1 dét. in claidem ina coilgdírgi `blade-straightness', CCath. 5252 . ar colg-deis do claidim pointed blade, MR 160.15 . ar colgdiasaibh cloidhemh, LL 409a22 . colglonga `martial warships', Caithr. CC 45.1 . ¤ṡnám(?): leth eo cednama, no eo colgnama: "eo colgnama, cach na cel", Laws v 40.24 Comm.

With adjj. calgard .i. díreach. ard amhail cholg .i. amhail chloidhim, O'Cl. fertsi crúadi colgdírgi, LU 8596 ( FB 45 ). Adv. co coilgdhirech, ZCP vi 279.z . cath-beim colg-duaibsech claidim, MR 116.22 . in carpat . . . go creit . . . chlessaird cholgḟata, TBC-LL¹ 3376 . in colglaemdha Ceallachan `C. of the flashing sword', Caithr. CC 2.27 . co cródha cailccneimhneach (adv.), AFM vi 1956.23 . do cloidmib cruadgera colgriigní (sic), BB 431b11 . fir cholgshnasda, DDána 87.9 . With Part. ¤ṡnaitte: .l. claideb colgnaiti with engraved blades, LL 7282 .

columa

Cite this: eDIL s.v. columa or dil.ie/10548
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Forms: colum, colamain, columan, colún, cholumasin, colamu, colomain, columna, colamain, cholomain, columu, colamhuin, columan, columain, colún, colamain, cholomain, cholūin, cholaman, columna, colamna, colamain, collamhuin, Coloman, colomna, columna, coloman, columan, columa, colomnaib, colamhnaibh, cCollamhnach

n n, f. Later also m. colum, Fél. 66.11 . Later colamain, columan, colún m. (Lat. columna? columen?). n s. conid hi in cholumasin . . . , LB 158a50 . colamu, a39 . colamhuin dhaingion, Mac Aingil 5340 . a s. colomain móir, LU 1923 (ICM). g s. na columna medonchi, PH 6356 . d s. 'na colamain coimhdirigh, CCath. 4201 . n du. dí cholomain , LL 3133 . As m. n s. columu tenntide, Three Hom. 66.3 . an colamhuin , Parrth. Anma 5580 . a s. in columan , BNnÉ 71 § 122 . columain mór, § 121 . colún, Stair Erc. 2158 . g s. an colamain , BNnÉ 71 § 122 . in cholomain , Fl. Earls 134.18 . in cholūin , 216.25 . d s. annsa cholaman , BNnÉ 71 § 122 . n p. columna, Fianaig. 88.16 . colamna, Corm. Y 322 . colamain, O'D. 590 ( H 3.17, 447 ). collamhuin, CRR² 29 (86.6) . Coloman, Hy Fiach. 172.3 . a p. colomna, TBC-I¹ 3135 . columna, PH 4125 . g p. coloman, Fianaig. 78.5 . columan, CCath. 4776 . columa, Alex. 578 . d p. colomnaib, LU 2005 ( FA 7 ). colamhnaibh, RC xliii 16 § 9 . Note also g p. na cCollamhnach , CRR² 19 .

(a) column, pillar, prop : atracht c.¤ tenntide dia cind (columna ignis), Lat. Lives 71.y . na colomna cloch filet i ndorsib na rígráth, MU² 379 . ic columhain criadh ná a liubhur annálta `column of clay', CCath. 1612 . a cliath do torrachtain ar treise, a comobair ar cuicthe, a colamain ar dechmaidh `the uprights of a hurdle(?)' (Plummer MS notes), O'D. 590 ( H 3.17, 447 ). c.¤ roard . . . ┐ nocho chuirend foscud uaithi i llo in griantairisme ṡámruta, ZCP xvii 229.24 . cethir chét c.¤ . . . oc a fulang (of a house), Alex. 578 . c.¤ niúil i llou ┐ c.¤ tenntigi i n-oidche, PH 1714 - 15 . sé fan gcrois 'n-a cholamhuin (of the upright of the Cross), DDána 23.16 . colamhain, a colony (leg. column), a pillar, Eg. Gl. 144 . In n.loc, of the Pillars of Hercules : o rían Deprofane an-air | síar [co] colomnaib Herccail 'from the sea of Taprebane westwards to the Pillars of Hercules', SR (Greene) 2643 . co hIndsi Orcc ┐ co Colomna Hercoil, TBC-I² 3583 .

Fig. (b) Of warriors, champion, defender, support , particularly in term colomain na Temrach (see Knott, Ériu xiv 144 ff.): na deich cēt . . . curad . . . ro bātar columna na Temrach, Fianaig. 88.16 . do Cholomnaib na Temrach, LL 19535 . co colomnaib Crohinni, 29164 . collamhuin congmhála ┐ laoich goile, CRR² 29 . Ui Flannghaile ┐ O Tarpaigh, Coloman na Sgríne, Hy Fiach. 172.3 . lucht mar cholumhna Chláir Bhreagh (of the crew of the Argo), DDána 107.35 . As territorial designation: bodhith do thiachtain a seacht colamhnaibh ┐ i primhphortaibh na Temhrach, RC xliii 16 § 9 .

(c) More generally, supporter, upholder : saoglonn .i. brithem ┐ senoir ┐ columna, ut dicitur: Saoglonn brithemh, buan a blad, / saoglonn senōir sīr-saoglach, / saoglonn cech rī fora dū, / ┐ saoglonn columnu, O'Mulc. 857 . saeghlonn .i. seanoir no colomna, O'Dav. 1424 . colomnaib .i. ollum, ut est, . . . columan breithem, buan a blad, O'Curry 569 (H. 3.18, 284). colamhuin dhaingion dhoibhrisdi na fírinde (of the Church), Mac Aingil 5340 . colamhain ┐ firminte na fírinne ( 1 Timothy iii 15 ), TSh. 3269 . seise suadh colamhain cliar the support of the learned, Ó Bruad. iii 54.1 . colamain na heglaisi mar tá Ambrós Augustín . . . , Ó Héodhusa 41.1 .

(d) Of divisions of time: colamna āis .i. aimsera āis .i. naoidendacht ┐ macdacht, gillacht ┐ ōglachass . . . , Corm. Y 322 . os tussu a mmo sruith can dollod. Ni handsa. Iar colomnaib aíse .i. iar colomnaib sé áes in duni, LL 24333 - 4 ( RC xxvi 18.32 ).

crimall

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n f. (crib + mall?) name of a spear: ro gab A. . . . in c.¤ Cormaic anuas da healchaing `ornamented spear', Laws iii 82.18 Comm. tainic trath a fothraice don crimaill, oir geis diside gan a fothracud a fuil neime nathrach . . . gacha nomaide, O'Curry 893 ( H 3.18, 399 ). c.¤ .i. cru im a hubull . . . No c.¤ .i. oir im a huboll, 894 (ib.).

As n. pr. o, m. luid . . . d'iarraid Crimaill mic Trenmoir, RC v 201.3 . fa geib C., 14 . in senoir crothach C., LL 28668 . ? Cf. crumall .i. faobhar, O'Curry 95 ( H 3.18, 67 ). O'Mulc. 273 .

crín

Cite this: eDIL s.v. crín or dil.ie/12944

adj o, ā withered, decayed; old, decrepit . Of persons: go mba c.¤ mé im bhethaidh, TFrag. 14.4 . in Cromm c.¤ , LL 30548 . itir sentanaib crína, Otia i 126 § 23 ( Lament 23 ). F. crin `the withered', RC xxiv 194.13 . seanoraig crina, TTebe 1373 . Of vegetation etc.: brosne crin gl. gremium (leg. cremium, Edd.), Thes. i 3.27 . rouc cechnúrdataid ṅ as conrubu ch.¤ , Ml. 99a2 . amail ceapan chrion `withered twig', Blathm. 92 § 10 . folt crin withered foliage, Anecd. i 14.10 ( SCano 469 ). crann c.¤ , Ir. Gl. 162.16 . cen chrann c.¤ , Airne F. 344 . ris in maidi chrin = in uiridi ligno, Smaointe B. Chr. 3842 . for abaill chrin, YBL 123a2 . críon mar ḟéur, Psalms cii 4 . Other applications: nua molta crína seoit (.i. tiagait as), LU 353 (ACC). macc rīg Clūana crōine crīne, Bruchst. 37 . is crin cumthus, Laws v 440.24 .i. is crin in cumaidh uais `wise', 442.11 Comm. cidh criun in cumunn `withered', ii 18.10 Comm. a dá ṡengabair chrína chremmanncha, TBC-LL² 3902 . ? Uaclerigh carbat crin cuirre, IT iii 101.15 . dabhach chríon `a worn-out vessel' (of the body), Aithd. D. 61.3 . coiredha crína, SG 28.12 . cliath críon `crumbling fence', Aithd. D. 1.18 . ceirte críona na coire, TSh. 6963 . tirim crīon (finger), Beatha S. F. 1322 .

Compar. nír bo críne acac an fiodhach the sticks did not become drier, Mart. Don. 176.18 . Superl. crinem feada no claidem .i. ibar (letter i in ogam), Auraic. 5658 .

As subst. o: fear gá mbia críon as a chul, DDána 42.12 `críne (?)', Gloss. (i.e. a lifelong sinner (?), Notes) (cf. dream do sgar críne re col, 10 ). go dtí dhíom an tighe / do chríon nó d'úr m'aimsire in old age, Dán Dé v 31 . mōr da snath mo chros da crin, ACL iii 237 § 30 = mór do [sgath] mo [chos] do chríon `much of my limbs' bloom is withered (?)', Aithd. D. 62.30 . Of firewood: da chr. ┐ do lassamain, MU² 810 . loisc a críon burn when dry (of holly), SG 245.36 . Of an old woman: caillech . . . / mairg dorad taobh risin cc.¤ , BS 126.15 .

Compds. With nouns: iar crín-amarc `dimness of sight', Metr. Dinds. i 18.72 . críon-bhrat na coire, TSh. 7052 . cladach do chríonbhruisg . . . gall withered mob, Hackett² 6.4 . do chlann chaem gan crín-chésad, Leb. Cert.² 158.28 (-cesacht, v.l.). ceap críonchonnaidh, DDána 50.21 . i crinchumgaib na catrach (of prison), SR 7416 . nību crāeb crīnfeda, Corp. Gen. 56.9 . Sentainne ┐ Senbachlach / rop seis srofais a crínḟess, LL 22271 (see strofais). ni choitelaind hi crinlis `old liss', Ériu v 36.29 . fá h-imram crīn-luingi, ML² 1140 . do réir an chríonráidh, Ó Bruad. iii 88.5 . ní torthach crann 'n-a chríontamhan, Aithd. D. 89.38 .

With adjj.: ag buain guirt críon-abaidh (sic leg.), Cog. 255.9 . muilleoir . . . cringranna, RC ix 482 n.9 . in rí crínlíath can déta, RC xiii § 154 . crínsheirgthe, Oss. iii 252.23 . With adjj. derived from nouns: do chosnum Chruinn chrín-bríathraig, Metr. Dinds. iv 126.44 . crínbhriathrach .i. briscbhriathrach, O'Cl. cathsciatha crincaidleacha having withered skins, CCath. 483 n. C. crín-chossach `of the withered foot', Metr. Dinds. ii 2.17 . coscaíl cen[n]líath crinchlothaig, LL 4619 . senoir crithach crindiblidi, Cog. 186.24 . balc .i. crinḟiaclach, O'Curry 1460 ( H 3.18, 650a ). dobhen an cenn . . . críonḟoltach dhe grey-haired , Ériu v 182.348 . C. . . . mac Brocṡalaig Cringlúnigh, Dinds. 157 . a camain crinlamaigh, IT iii 103.22 .

crithach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. crithach or dil.ie/12999
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Forms: -ech, crethach

adj (crith). Also -ech and crethach.

I o, ā trembling, shaking : ni bu cu cuana fothach . . . na crithac (a horse), O'Curry 1864 ( 23 P 3, 20 a ). tonn crithech .i. crandach quaking surface (or leg. tonnach ?), Laws v 138.19 Comm. badudh i tonna[ig ?] crithaigh, O'D. 2410 ( Rawl. B. 506, 52c ). faill imchoimeta i lleth re tonn[aig ?] crithaigh, 2409 ( 52b ) (leg. tonna crithaig 'quaking bogs' EIF 182 ). senoir c.¤ crindiblidi, Cog. 186.24 . is crinnaircend c.¤ (of convulsions of the earth), LL 32321 (TTr.). gluasacht creathach an chroidhe, 23 K 42, 303.18 . fiabhras creathach = quotidiana, TSh. 7894 .

II As subst.: milliuda, cnuicc, crithcha `agues', RC xxvi 46 § 233 . co nderrnadh fót crithaig don uile doman `sod of trembling', CCath. 290 (attrib. g s. ?). Cf. fot c.¤ (critreach, v.l.), 5644 . co ndernadh fód crithigh dEirinn uile `trembling sod', AFM ii 1182.2 . Of tree aspen, poplar : fíncoll c.¤, caithne (in list of fogla feda), Laws iv 146.y . cairthenn no c.¤ (letter q), Auraic. 5520 . ebhadh .i. c.¤ , 1196 . snámchar fer .i. c.¤ , H 3.18, 34b . With crann: don crunn crit[h]aig, Auraic. 5590 . coirt croind critaig, Rosa Angl. 260.17 . slata do chrann critheach = poplar, Gen. xxx 37 .

crólinn(t)ech

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adj o, ā (crólinn) bloody, gory; dripping with blood : comtar crólinnecha curaid, LL 31364 ( TTr. 548 ). condam crechtach crólinnech, TBC-LL² 2019 . siat crechtach crólintech, Acall. 5194 . in senoir crolindtech, Grail 1864 . Adv. co . . . crēchtach crō-linnteach, ML² 1702 . docrechtnuighedh co crolinntech e, ZCP vi 46.6 .

1 crottach

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adj o, ā (crott) hump-backed, bowed : at ṡenoir . . . chrotach cromliath, Acall. 3906 . atáim crotach, Psalms xxxviii 6 . fá chrúba crotacha . . . in fathaig, SG 290.31 . go mbíd uile crotach, ┐ céim bacaidhe ionnta, Desid. 1845 . Gilla Isa mac an Crottaigh, ALC i 416.20 .

dedól

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dedól or dil.ie/15008
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Forms: dedól, degdóil, degail, deaghail

n o & ā. The morning twilight, the dawn, daybreak . Phonet. deghoir, degdoil, &c. d s. dedól, Ml. 136 b 1 ; but already at the close of the 8th century also inflected as a stem in ā, as shown by Fél. July 26 : hi paiss Iouiáni: cona chléir cáin glanóir tarmchruthud iar ndedóil (v.l. ndeghoil): Issu i Sléib Thabóir; cf. further the rhyme glédedóil: Éremóin, LL 155 a 5 ( Metr. Dinds. iii 262. 42 ). BB 36 b 48 . AFM A.D. 940 . degdóil: senóir , Add. 30. 512, 34 b 2 . By native grammarians explained

(a) as a cpd. of dé- `two' + dual: dedol (dedól YBL) .i. dédhual (dá dhual YBL) .i. dual do aidche ┐ dual do ló .i. soillse cumascda hó dhorchacht ┐ ó ṡoillsi, Corm. s.v. ( Corm. Y 426 ). deadhoil...ó dhédhual tig, O'Cl. (from Corm.). Lhuyd (from O'Cl.).

(b) as a cpd. of dé = dia + dual: dedol .i. dia dhual .i. da ḟothadháil (i.e. fó-th.). dá dagthodail do Dia. actáil ┐ teóir, Corm. s.v.

(c) as identical with dedail: deidoil .i. degail lái ┐ aidchi, ACL iii 16 § 32 ( H 3.18, 523 ). P. O'C. s.v. Hence often so written: degail, Celt. Rev. i 300 . deaghail, MR 112. 4 (B iv 1).—Wrong etymologies by Stokes Corm. Tr. vii , RC xxvii 88 , see also RC l 265 , LEIA D-36 . deid-oil, ACL iii 16 § 32 . Fem. gender due to maiten, camáir and similar words. The phrase ón dedóil at day-break = issin d.: dochuaid Loegaire ón deidoil dochum Temrach, ACL l.c. ( Trip. 52. 14 ) ised is dech do ṡenóir érge romoch ón degdóil, Add. 30. 512, 34 b 2 .

Deadhoil .i. maidean, O'Cl. Lhuyd. Transl. Lat. crepusculum: a primo c., gl. huan cetnu dedól ind laithi, Ml. 136 b 1 . diluculum: diluculo, ón deidoil, v. supra. isin dedoil (degoil, Eg.) na maitne, FB § 87 . LU 111 b 25 . Opp. medón lái: in dedoil riana medon, LL 374 c 33 . eirge romoch i ndedóil, H 1.11, 143 a. dothaod isin dedhoil go Doire, AFM vi 2362. 3 .—Here also AFM ii 644. 21 : ba dáigh dér tré glédedóil (sic leg.: Éremhóin, ZCP x 382 ); a cpd. glé-dedoil also appears LL 155 a 5 ( Metr. Dinds. iii 262. 42 ): i flaith Erimóin cen ail: iar nglededoil cen debaid... tomaidm Locha Léin (out of seven MSS three have degail, the others dedoil). BB 36 b 48 : Teamair is Ériu eolach: rodosdeadhail drong dáinech: fir ri gledeaghoil (sic leg.) nGáidhil: síl Erimon, &c., cf. dedail IV, dedail V.

COMPS. mochdedól. Opp. iarmeirge: an oidche dhorcha do ṡoillsiughadh óthá iarmeirge co muichdedoil, AFM iii 10. 2 . isin moichdeadhóil, ib. vi 1964. 20 . roeirigh co hathlaṁ i muichdheadhoil (-dheaghail B iv 1) na maiden, MR 112. 4 (23 K 44); YBL has the synon. moch-dáil. co mochdegail na maidni, Celt. Rev. i 300 . i mochdheaghail na maidne, Each. Iol. 14. 8 . glé-dedól, v. supra.—Obs.

díblide

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adj io,iā (díbell) worn out, decrepit; wretched: usque in senectam (gl. aetatem) et senium (gl. tempus) .i. diblide, Ériu xliv 100 . senoir diblidhe, Laws iii 354 . is fo diblidhi airmither na mic so, O'Curry 2232 ( Eg. 88, 16 (17)d ). is senóir diblidi dolámaigh thusa, a Fhinn, Fianaig. 80.33 . senoir crithach críndiblidi, Cog. 186 . Hence wretched, miserable: a innarbtoir dibligi derōil, ZCP vi 282.11 . fuair enduine diblidi derōil sa halla ┐ ilimud iarainn fair, 102.29 . fuicfid íad go díblidhe, BNnÉ 148.27 . arracht duine truaigh diblighi, Aen. 147 . is é an dochar díblidhe (sic) . . . theagmhas do'n duine a los an bháis, TSh. 4025 .

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