connad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. connad or dil.ie/12219

Forms: -ud, -um

n o n s. usu. -ud, -um. n p.(?) connaigh, ZCP ii 558.2 . firewood, faggots : condud quasi cannud a verbo candeo , Corm. Y. 355 . crann condid gl. buxum lignum, Thes. ii 226.33 . a fuil do conduth i mBretnaib, Trip.² 179 . scoltad connaid splitting wood, Mon. Tall. 148.2 . tuag connaidh wood-axe , IT iii 196.1 . lomhna connaigh, Ériu ii 4 n.66 . conduth fri urgnam ┐ chainnli, O'C. 877 ( H. 3. 18, 893b ). oc comad conda[id] ┐ sairsi, Laws v 156.13 . connud truim, LL 29211 . C. . . . a ḟer denma connaid, Trip. 574.25 . an condum do beith anmann `when the fuel is weak', Rosa Ang. 116.8 .

? As vn. tirad ┐ c.¤ do munadh do macaibh, O'D. 2238 ( Rawl. B 506, 16b ) = connud (?) (MS. c[....]ud) CIH v 1760.21 . Cf. cinniud, Laws ii 152.11 Comm.

As n. pr. see Corp. Gen.