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coscrad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. coscrad or dil.ie/12590

Forms: coscairt, cosgairt, casgairt, cosgradh, cascradh, cosgairt

n [u], m. (treated as n., AU i 448.14 ) vn. of con-scara. Later also coscairt. cosgairt, casgairt f., IGT Decl. § 42 (96.4) . cosgradh cascradh, Verbs § 45 . cosgairt, § 46 . act of overthrowing, destroying; hacking, tearing apart; disturbing : c.¤ flatho Román, Wb. 26a10 . c.¤ legis , 2b22 . occ.¤ mur gl. arete, Ml. 102b7 (cosrad, MS.). amal bid c.¤ dognethe do `as though it had been destroyed', 49a11 . ach.¤ (of the Temple), 49a10 . is dibdud duntenid ach. gl. dispergentis . . . extingentis, 48c33 . cen c.¤ a rígi, LU 1552 (MU). c.¤ sīde, Corp. Gen. 72.18 . ni dliginn coibhche cosgradh .i. . . . comsgaoileadh setting aside(?), O'Curry 2402 ( Eg. 88, 31(32)c ). Cf. coscra .i. sgaoileadh, 964 ( H 3.18, 415 ). c.¤ aile `breaking a fence', Laws v 474.12 . coscradh Ailigh . . . la Findachta `destruction', RC xvii 203.20 (Tig.). cen c.¤ bronn (of Virgin birth), LB 151b29 . ní rian cobartha an chosguirt, IGT Verbs ex. 408 .

Of wounding of person: in c.¤ tuc cách arachéile, TTr.² 1689 . dia choscairt ┐ dia cnāmgerradh, ZCP vi 275.1 . Of cattle: a cascrad is celgg calma, LL 3259 . an bó do cascairt, Ériu iii 160 § 13 .

See coscar.