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Cite this: eDIL s.v. catar or dil.ie/8341

 

Forms: catáeir, catóir, c.

n (Lat. quattuor). Form and decl. variable. catáeir, catóir f., IGT Decl. § 13 . quarter, (one of) set of four: ui. huaire i cadar, ceitri cadair i llaithi, MR 108.10 . c.¤ a quatuor libris .i. cetharliber in tsoscēl, Corm. Y 248 . cros ┐ cloc ┐ catur .i. soiscēla, Cáin Ad. 44.20 . seadh i carghus ná i catóir (: óil), quarter-tense, IGT Decl. ex. 609 . aimsir caitairech, BCC 118.25 . cred far ith se feoil sa cataír `in the time of ember abstinence', 118.36 . a vhigledhuibh ┐ a gCata[o]iribh, Celtica i 219.347 (see Gloss.). vigledha ┐ Cataoirecha Tímpir do throsgadh, 228.621 . Cf. Trosgadh na hAnman glossed Cataoir thimpire, Donlevy 116 . Hence fast, time of fast : cataoir sunn do-ní gach neach / oidhche Chásg `keep fast on Easter-eve', Aithd. D. 75.26 . a catairib na naem `on the vigils of the saints', O'Gr. Cat. 318.28 . is eir [féile m]airc féin atá a catair, 32 . eagla briste cátaoir, Measgra D. 83.1 . See also s. cotur.