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cennaithe

Cite this: eDIL s.v. cennaithe or dil.ie/8640
Last Revised: 2019

Forms: cennadaigh

n (cenn + aithe) bequest : cendaite .i. cendlait[h]e .i. laithe cinaid in duine, Corm. Y 372 . O'Cl. gen na cennaichthi do ic fris in cill, O'Curry 1061 ( H 3.18, 439 ). Cf. cinaithe [.i.] cinad aithe .i. luagh a cinad in duine, 93 (66). trēidhi do-roich comarba fir mairb īar n-ēcaib .i. rath ┐ rāth ┐ cendfaithi 'three things which transfer to the heir of a dead man after death, i.e. fief and suretyship and final payment', CB 204.8 (= CIH iii 892.10 ). cendathi coibdelaigh do, Laws i 226.12 Comm. gl. athgabail comarba con-randat curu a nathar, 216.3 . da trian a ceannaighe do eagluis bunuid, iii 66.1 . in screpol issin cendḟathe `a screabal in the bequest', Ériu viii 68.24 . do íc D. go maith a ccendaite `D. paid in full their bequests', Cog. 210.15 . ar mo cheinnaiti d'ic, 200.27 . ni dligid dechmadu, na bo chendaith `nor to the heriot cow', Trans. RIA xxiv 211.y ( Lism. L. 4531 , Ériu i 219 § 8 ); 'cow of last payment' Church Org. in Ir. 441 . in bo cendadaig, O'D. 1628 (H.5.15, 16a) = cennadaigh, O'Curry 1062 ( H 3.18, 439a ). in bó dobeir neach oc éc / isin cennáithi celmar, Ériu v 24.2 . dia sechnatis a cuirp ┐ a cennaighe Fidnacha if they did not leave their bodies and bequests in F., Fen. 200.13 . a chuairt is a cennaige, 406.28 .