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Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 con-clich or dil.ie/12033
Last Revised: 2019

Forms: conclith, conclithfe, cuclaige

v ( Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 493 ) starts, jumps up, precipitates oneself. Also trans. shakes, tosses (see QML, ML, MR below) tarbflaith . . . c.¤ con-clechar, ZCP xi 87 § 48 . c.¤ C. forro attacks them suddenly, FB 84 Eg. = conclith, LU 9092 . concligtis ind hich fris, Ériu vi 134.21 . conciuchail for bruindib Luachra he will spring upon, Anecd. ii 8.11 ( Airne F. 254 ). ba h-esein con ciuchail in coin tre n-a carpait `cleft', MR 200.16 (fut. used as pret., cf. Ped. loc. cit.). conclichfe in dam allaid fort-su will jump on you, LU 5178 = conclithfe, TBC-I¹ 698 . conciuclastair in chaingen shall be discussed, ML 162.5 . is cuma focherdditis de ┐ marbad de chloich . . . ro chiulaitis they glanced off it as if off stone, TBC-LL² 2240 (do chiuchlaidis, v.l.) = ro chíulaitís, LU 6420 . da mad é C. conciuchlaisdi `should C. be defeated', MR 268.9 . con ciuchlaistídh C. `would be slain', 144.7 . conclecht fir forcoll (rhet.), LU 8479 ( FB 33 ). conclechtsomh ina brú la túth na corma (of Aithirne as child), Ériu xiii 24.16 = clecht .i. clisiudh [ut est] con-clechtaither é ina brú `he leaps', O'Dav. 398 . ? rochichlaig cech duil . . . / rochrithnaig nem is talam, SR 7765 . amail do-n-āilge in Dūilem in muir mór con-clethi (? MS concleth-, leg. conclethar) [fri tír] 'as the Creator settles the great sea which is tossed against the land', QML xiii 14 ( O'Dav. 536 ).

Vn. cuclaige. See also cuclaigid.