commaídem

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Last Revised: 2019

n (moídem) act of exulting in, boasting of, celebrating; defeating, triumph, victory : ? do-rorba nem a comaidim dian-rocht cor ndelma, Ériu xvi 82.33 . gáir commaidmi ┐ búada, LU 8849 ( FB 64 ). ro lá a ulaig commaidmi `Triumphgeschrei', TFerbe 678 . níra chóir dait a chaíniud / córu dait a chommaídium (of the dead Fer Diad), TBC-LL² 3394 . co rucur-sa do chend-su ┐ do chommaídim `your head . . . and triumph over you', 1655 . do chomaidheamh a fleidhe to celebrate, BB 281a30 = thaisbénad, Leb. Cert.² 2021 . na dernat bar namait bar commaideam `brag about you', CCath. 2732 . hi comaidem na celmaine proclamation, LB 152b51 . tuilled cuil ┐ corpaid ┐ comáidme cecha uilc perpetrating(?), 152a17 . gur ab do bodein [ro ba] c.¤ `that he himself would gain the victory', MR 258.22 . commhaoidhim an marbhtha sin `exulting over that slaughter', TFrag. 206.16 . a commaidemh na feinnedh overcoming, Stair Erc. 1879 . iar commaidem cethrair don cethirn `having the deaths of four . . . to his credit', Ann. Conn. 1391.3 . ac gleic ar ghalaibh aoinfhir / a ccosg ar n-a ccomhmaoidhimh `they were beyond compare', O'Hara 3392 (see n.). See commaíded.