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1 cétach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 cétach or dil.ie/8871

adj o, ā (1 cét) hundredfold, possessing a hundred , etc.: c.¤ Abracham noíchtech Sarra `a centenarian', Wb. 20a6 . corbat c.¤ cétbliadnach, LU 8822 ( FB 62 ). na míle deichde ┐ na míle cetacha `centena milia', PH 6184 . tindscra c.¤ . . . .i. cét do cach crud ┐ do cach díne, Acall. 5796 . briugu c.¤ see briugu. cúicraith c.¤ see cóic. an t-iompa d'fhuil rī Fhearghna / da mbuintior toradh cédach, O'R. Poems 1070 . treabhtha tortha céadacha `the ploughings were fruitful a hundred-fold', Content. xxx 19 . With vague meaning in alliterative phrases, etc.: ba-sa cathach i mbsa c.¤ `I was ready to give battle when I was one of a hundred', Tec. Corm. 18 § 8 . sab síl C. chétaig, Fél. Nov. 10 . la huib Ceinselaich cetaig, Rawl. 83b8 . ni ragaib Cláre cetaigh / bad náre mo a níam-shétaib, LL 20792 . for argain Cualṅge cetaig, 20909 . don chuain chedaigh, glossed: dona cédaibh buidhean, Leb. Gab.(i) 66.6 .