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crosaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. crosaid or dil.ie/13126

Forms: crosad, crosta

v (cros) crosses . In a variety of senses: ? arath croich crosfaitir, LU 10380 = arathar cróich crosfaitir, CCC 58.12 (`scald crows will traverse the ploughland', Gloss.). ase do cros ┐ do comartaigh m'oghacht ┐ m'firinnracas do fein consecrated , ZCP i 136.29 . cor' chros Erinn . . . amal nár' cross rí roime riam `he traversed Ireland', RC xviii 48.20 (Tig.), perh. harassed (= ro aircc, AFM ii 1024.7 ). Note also: le fuadar an Uain ghil do crasadh sa ccrann was crucified, Párl. na mB. 1091 .

In sense forbids, prohibits, hinders : crosadh sí más éidear é, DDána 21.22 `let her quash it', Ir. Monthly 1930, 592 . go mbuailfidh duine éigin leat a chrosfas tu who will hinder you, De Imit. 216.15 . do cros se an fearann ar D. barred the land to D., O'Curry 1142 ( H 3.18, 455 ). do cros an breithemh bratha . . . / ar riograidh catha A. F., BNnÉ 263.10 . crosaim feasta ar fhearaibh . . . í, Keat. Poems 92 . croisiom ┐ toirmesgem . . . nach iarraid = we doe prohibit . . . that . . . doe demand, RSClára 129b . crosmaoidne h'iomlaoid anma ort `we forbid thee to change thy title, TD 22a.19 . ná tréig choidhche, crosaim ort, / do chuid féin, O'Hara 3339 . crosan . . . Dia oraibh gan a bheag . . . d'olc d'imirt, Trompa na bhF. 5483 .

Vn. crosad. Part. crosta.