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Cite this: eDIL s.v. comd(e)itiu or


n n, [f.] (déitiu) act of acknowledging (fully ?), acknowledgement: dég dligid comditen (-in, MSS) dána, Críth G. 320 `on account of right and acknowledgement and (or `of') office', n. senchomditiu tuaithe, 322 `longstanding submission', Gloss. chis comdidean fria triar `rent acknowledged', Laws v 450.3 . ? ingraide tire comdidan `jointly fenced land', iv 48.13 , cf. a comaititin, 18 Comm. In passage on `rudrad': deit[i]u didiu saegal comarba, aititiu saegal a dó, comdetiu saeghul tri fir. Is ann as rudrad o rosaigh co coiciur three generations amount to c. (full acknowledgement?), ZCP xii 363.19 . na rudredui becci . . . déitiu ina cedbliadan, aittitiu ine tánaisiu, c.¤ in tress, 23 . dicoimnigh comdeitin tir comarbe cen taiselba, O'Curry 2459 ( Eg. 88, 37a ). Follg. etymol. glosses may have second element -dítiu: fri fortacht noibre in coimded .i. fri foirithin na hopri dliges a comditin a tigerna de, Laws iii 22.21 Comm. mad inol beas la coimdid .i. conid comditin é, v 80.19 , 21 Comm. Note also: fáise . . . in sciath o chomdhiden do chuirp `from before your body', Ériu viii 22.21 . See comdeddaid.