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con-secra

Cite this: eDIL s.v. con-secra or dil.ie/12300

Forms: coisecraid, -serc-, coisrici(gi)d, cosacrubsa, co[n]sacrub, consecraimm, cosecrad, cosecarthae

v (Lat. consecrare). Treated as compd. in O.Ir., see GOI 576 . Later coisecraid, -serc-, coisrici(gi)d (with metathesis). IGT Verbs § 56 . consecrates, dedicates; sanctifies : amal . . . consecarthe iarum `as though it had been . . . consecrated afterwards', Ml. 49a11 . cosacrubsa gl. dicabo, 45b12 leg. co[n]sacrub, GOI 576 . á osecrabat gl. sacrantes, Ml. 66a6 . consecraimm gl. imbuo, Sg. 24a5 . is dico consecraim as écoimtig, 138a13 . c̄sacrī / gl. dedico, ZCP xxi 281.26 . conidcoisrecad epscob `until a bishop should consecrate him', Mon. Tall. 153.10 . is dō condosecrad (conasecrad, v.l.) in laithe sin (of Mars), Corm. Y 892 = conasecrad, Corm. Bodl. 20.22 . cutsecar ┐ forruim aforrig n-and `he consecrated it', Thes. ii 242.8 . mani chosecra mo gin (said to Patrick), LU 9235 . consacratar inna huli grada-sa frisna timtherechta cetna are consecrated for (`with') . . . , Ériu vii 142.14 . rochosecair in n-eclais, Anecd. iii 70.24 . coisrigidh bar suile ┐ bhar croidhedha, ZCP xi 140.33 . coiserccais . . . M. an tionadsin, BNnÉ 235 § 157 .

Vn. cosecrad. Part. cosecarthae.