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as-congair

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Forms: esgaire

v (* ess-com-gar-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 534 ) proclaims, gives notice. Indic. pres. 3 s. ascongair side don tuaith, Laws i 128.23 Comm. Pass. sg. ascongarar gl. indicitur, Ml. 14c20 . nech cuilles aini ascongarar ind eclais anyone who breaks a fast that is proclaimed in church, Ériu vii 146 § 5 . Fut. 1 s. ascongér gl. edicam, Ml. 126c8 . Pret. pass. sg. asrochongrad gl. indicta est, Ml. 121d19 . asrochongrad iarom o Loegaire formna flathi fer n-Erend do thudecht, LU 9741 . rohescongradh la F. . . . comhṡáeire feraind C. fri ferand P., Anecd. ii 13.5 . ro hescongrad uad co tístais it was ordered by him that they should come, PH 1112 .

Vn. esgaire, whence esgairid, q.v.

Part. esngairthe.

congáir

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n (com + gáir, appar. felt as compd. of cú, cf. condál. Somet. comgáir. See Duan. F. Gloss . ).

(a) shouting, clamour, uproar, outcry : turus . . . bad mó c.¤ `more uproarious', TBC-LL² 2778 . beantar de a chenn 'sa chongair (: lāin) `his war- cry', Metr. Dinds. iii 362.106 . ro coisccset a congair `clamour', CCath. 4364 . comghair na corn, 5619 . ? rucad Crist hi congair co Point Plait `with acclamation', KMMisc. 146.24 . gan congháir c[h]atha, ML² 1374 . comhgair truagh cainte, Smaointe B. Chr. 4330 . túar congháire d'Érinn, IGT Decl. ex. 638 . fo comhgháir na ccethra `in the direction of the lowing of the cattle', AFM vi 2016.17 . sgeach na conghára (of prominent white-thorn tree), Ir. Syll. Poetry 31 § 2 . bághaid / congāir they complain noisily, ZCP viii 563 § 19 . monghair, congháir, confa, Eg. Gl. 470 . Of dogs: congháir do chon, Measgra D. 51.39 . le conghair chon ┐ chúanart, Ériu v 196.595 . In chev.: ní congair cain, SG 335.35 . As vn. ac crónán ┐ ac congháir, SG 265.30 .

(b) dispute, strife, quarrel : D. . . . do marbad a congair lá C., ALC i 260.15 . a marbad a congair a C., Ann. Conn. 1243.9 (see note). ? crumaim mo chend 'sa chongáir, Anecd. i 37.18 .

(c) gathering, muster, host : congháir churadh, Duan. F. i 70.33 . congáir A., ZCP x 344.10 . don chongháir cedna `hosting', AFM vi 2082.10 . ? ar chaithemh ar chongháir ar aobhdhacht (of virtues of chieftain) `in (numerous) troops', 1906.4 . ? la na ceilge 'sa congair , BNnÉ 170.6 . gan chongháir, gan bhuáidhreadh = multitude, Acts xxiv 18 .

? congair

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n eochair c.¤ cuitriud, ZCP vi 270 § 11 . for mo comairge cen c.¤ (: cobair), Anecd. ii 20.x . Cf. congar?

for-congair

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Forms: forcongur, forchongrimm, forcongair, farcongair, forchongair, -forgair, farchoṅgrad, forchongramni, forconger, forcongart, forrochongart, forruchongart, forforcongart, fororconggart, -forṅgart, forcongarar, forrorcongrad

v (gairid) O.Ir. forms: pres. 1 s. forcongur, Wb. 19d25 . (rel.) forchongrimm, 9d30 . 3 s. forcongair, Ml. 53a23 . farcongair, Wb. 13a27 . (rel.) forchongair, Sg. 161b5 . -forgair Sg. 161b5 . impf. 3 s. farchoṅgrad, Wb. 32d9 . subj. pres. 1 pl. co forchongramni , Wb. 11b16a (len. irregular). fut. 1 s. forconger, LL 121b9 . pret. and perf. 3 s. forcongart, PH 1115 . forrochongart, Wb. 20c9 . Ml. 145d7 . forruchongart 145d8 (both rel.). forforcongart, SR 1413 . fororconggart, Trip. 66.17 . -forṅgart, SR 3701 . Pass. pres. s. forcongarar Ml. 129b8 . perf. s. (with rel. inf., see GOI § 529 ). forrorcongrad, Sg. 199b1 .

Vn. forṅgaire, later forcongra, q.v., pp., forngarthe q.v.

Later treated as weak vb. with -f- fut. and -s- pret., see exx. below.

Commands, ordains with acc. or subord. clause of thing commanded and DO, FOR of pers. (rarely with pers. as direct obj., cf. cesad fo neuch forrorcongrad, Sg. 199b1 ) : a persainn ríg són forcongarar, Ml. 129b8 . is sain intí forc[h]ongair ┐ inti forsa forcongarar, Sg. 161b4 . lasinni forsa forgair, 161b5 . ní tú ... forta congair `it is not thou that orderest them' (viz. plagae) Ml. 59c11 . farcongairsom ... labrad ilbélre, Wb. 13a27 . is hed in so forchongrimm, 9d30 . comallait ... nanní forcongair Dia doib, Ml. 146a1 . in tan forcongair du doínib comallad a fírinne, 94b3 . amal forndacongair Dia doib ib. With Lat. infin.: forcongair intí Duaid expectare , etc. Ml. 53a23 . co forchongramni manducare , Wb. 11b16a . farchongrad baás do chách (gl. qui habebat mortis imperium) Wb. 32d9 . mina forngartar do ria n-écaib, Laws ii 270.28 ( ZCP xiv 365 ). O'Dav. 949 . amal forcongair athir dia maccaib, Ml. 129b7 . gusna maighnib ina forcongartha ... doib a cur in which they were ordered to put it Leb. Gab.(i) i 116 . ataat ... inneuch forrochongart Dia doib they are ... wherever God had ordered them Ml. 145d7 . forcongairfetsai ... dom ainglib co tisat, PH 1761 . co forṅgart dia mnaib cono tuctais ... in mac, SR 3701 .

With Lat. dat. of pers.: forrochongart ... spiritalibus ... ut ... instruerent , Wb. 20c9 . lasse forcongur fírinni dúib (referring to uerum dicens vobis) = announce ? Wb. 19d25 díaro forcoingair in Comdiu for ainglib ... oslocud in talman LU 1958 ( FA 2 ). forḟorcongair ... forru imtecht ordered them to depart LU 1861 . ro forcongair F. fora ṡlóghaibh gan a ndiubhracadh itir, AFM iii 292 . ro forcongrad o P. for feraib Eirenn ar co tistais, Laws i 14.12 . fororconggart P. fair a ethar do imrom, Trip. 66.17 ( forórcongart, 700 ). fororchongarsat forsan ffianlach ... sochaidhe dhíobh do thuidhecht, Hugh Roe 32.23 (f.9a) .

for na timnaib sin tra forrochongart Dia soíre domnaig do choimét `it is through these commands that God has enjoined Sunday to be kept holy' Ériu ii 200 § 16 .

Cf. forragart mor salm `has prescribed' BColm. 70.7 .

? fris-congair

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v (con-gair) overrules, annuls (?): fris-congair cách a báeth co mís 'everyone overrules his incapable [dependant] up to a month', Contract Law 124 § 1 . See ? fris-comraic.