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con-nessa

Cite this: eDIL s.v. con-nessa or dil.ie/12228

Forms: comainse, comainsem, comainsi

v (*com + ness-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 583 ) tramples under foot: condemns, spurns: connessat . . . ingníim nolcc gl. accusantibus, Wb. 1d7 . comainse gl. iudica (illos), Ml. 22b2 . amal nech nad chomainsea achoimdid, 42b28 (gl. inculcatoris, see n.). cia connesfea tuicsiu dé gl. quis . . . contempnet? Wb. 4b15 . cotnessiusa huam chosaib amal conestar findchoire in n-indmatar cossa gl. concultationis, Ml. 126c17 (leg. co-t-nessiu[b] sa, Ped.). lasse co[n]runes dia gl. inculcando, 102d5 ( GOI 344 ). dos-ceil ind ḟīrinne ar chách cota-nessa `who spurns it', Celtica viii 66.1 ( ZCP iii 450.21 ). ni chomainse th' irinne ar thoil daine set not aside they uprightness, LU 3501 ( SCC 26 ). antíi conessa a pecthæ fadeisin, ZCP iii 27.16 = connessai, Ériu vii 170.26 . inti cotibnissi is misi conessai ann, ZCP iv 242.31 - 32 .

Vn. comainsem. Vbl. of necess. comainsi.

See comesbaid.