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con-beir

Cite this: eDIL s.v. con-beir or dil.ie/11999

Forms: coimprid, con-bert, compert

v ( Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 465 ) later coimprid. im Chríst cotaruicset `for Christ they have brought themselves', Fél. May 8 . nech condaruice, Laws ii 406.21 `who has brought them together', Ériu xiv 153 . ar ind hi it cétheora fine ata nesom conbeirat cinaid cacha bunadaig `because the four nearest tribes bear the crimes . . .', Laws i 260.1 . c.¤ cinaid cach brathair `every brother bears crimes . . .', iv 242.10 ; cf. 268.1 . trí ruip conberat duinechinaid `three brutes whose trespasses count as human crimes', Triads 168 . crib con-bíur bidh lámh i ttein, Ériu xiii 21.30 = crib conidbiur . . . .i. is luath caoinberim `quickly I pass judgment', O'Dav. 391 . ? conber cet saithe `shall get the first swarm', Laws iv 172.11 . is amlaid coberaid bretha (conberuit, v.l.) `thus they pass judgments', TTebe 1662 . m'anam leo go gcoimbirid / sa bhflaith . . . may they carry off, Aithd. D. 57.15 . conberad a ormna osna cathaib `he used to carry his shoulders above the battalions', TTebe 1483 (rel. con-?). es fris samlaim Aluime / fri hibor Traga Baili / fris combaroim aroili / frisan abaild ahAili I compare, RC xiii 223.65 . ? in cath o nach coiberam (comberam, v.l.), Irish Texts iii 2.8 .

Usu. as calque of Lat. concipio, conceives, begets, brings forth : nach mil c.¤ deiche `all animals which bear twins', Laws i 144.23 . intan asrobrad frie conmberad macc `that she would bear a child', Tur. 62 (see Ériu viii 160 ). conberat dia n-aithre[ib] ingena `daughters will conceive to their fathers', RC xxvi 46.248 . con-birt (2 s.), Blathm. 156 . ba mad-chombairt `how well that you conceived', 157 . con-bert (3 s.), 100 § 32 . cotombertsa brú sóer, LU 8280 ( FB 22 ). ba sí conbert . . . M., Fianaig. 32.2 . is de conbreth Corc mac L., Anecd. iii 57.7 . cot nabairt, Blathm. 4 . do coimpert fhir ┐ mna cotamaipred I have been conceived, Ériu ii 102.9 . conaprad didiu in bean, ┐ ruc mac, IT iii 189.10 . aurail in neich comperthir uathib `commanding what is begotten from them', Laws ii 362.1 Comm. (cf. Stud. in E. Ir. Law 27 ). coimpéraid in og gl. uirgo concipiet, Rawl. B 512, 69d (Plummer MS. notes). glan in tí ro choimprius, Corm. 21.6 . iss ed ro chompir andside bratán airgdide, LU 4252 . in gen ro compred and, 4264 . cia an toircheas . . . do coimpreadh `what was the progeny conceived . . .', Content. xvi 88 . is o cairgib . . . slebi Ch. rod coimbris ┐ is a fhotrib . . . slebi I. rogenis, Aen. 830 . do choimpir [Muire] ón Sbiorad Naomh, Parrth. Anma 641 . Cf. conopartatar.

Vn. compert.