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Forms: caladh

n o, m. (Low Latin calatum, Stokes Ling. Val. Ir. Ann. 71 ; but probably subst. use of 2 calad) shore, port, landing-place; land (as opposed to sea): caladh `a porch (leg. port?) a haven', Eg. Gl. 203 . caladh .i. cuan, O'Cl. na taisc do churach co c.¤ do chaladaib Herend, LL 12698 ( RC xiv 408 § 17 ). ó imell an longphuirt co caladh (bord, v.l.) in mara `seaport', CCath. 1741 . ar cruadh-ghaethaibh caladh `against the strong streams from the land', MR 288.5 . a inghean og ḟind / a caladh na craebh, IGT Metr. Faults§ 64 = o inbear na craebh, ib. cith-anfad cuan-trachta calaid `on the haven', MR 236.19 . uain calaidh the time to seek harbour, PBocht 26.7 . sraighlid di clochaib na caladh, RC ix 470.z (g pl. ?). é ré calaidh ná congaibh (: tabhair) delay him not, DDána 58.15 . i ccaladh locha techet `at the callow of Lough Techet', AFM iv 726.14 (see note). ón tráth thriallas a cuan a ghein-eamhna go caladh a chríche (of homo viator), TSh. 2385 . ré mbaidb calaidh Chorcaighi `the raven of Corcach's callow', Caithr. Thoirdh. 67.10 . ní baoí bó ar oilén . . . nár chuirset goill ar caladh in aon ló `carry off to the shore', AFM iii 280.1 (mainland ?). gan bhréagnadh do rachainn don Éigipt tar caladh `across the sea', O'Rah. 168.5 .

In game of táiplis home, finishing point : cuir an t-aon a gcaluith (ccaladh, v.l.), Ériu xvii 13.20 . See p. 13 .

beirid i c.¤ brings safe, places in safety : biaid a ord i mbreith a muntire i c.¤ , LL 24842 . bess nacha bertha a c.¤ / me a Fodla na findchalad, Prolegomena 44 § 12 . mena beram i c.¤ if we do not succeed, LL 31665 ( TTr. 852 ) = mani ructhar i c.¤ , TTr.² 318 . gaibid c.¤ (i n-) lands (at): imon airer inar' gabsat c.¤ `where they had landed', Aen. 290 . co rogaib sium calath comnart, MacCongl. 85.22 .

Compds. With adj.: ón [O]chrómín chalathchruaidh, LL 31985 (`hard, obdurate', TTr. 1170 ). in chuigidh caladh-réidh `of smooth callows', Hy Maine 134.6 .

In n. loc. see Hog. Onom.