cúartaigid

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Forms: cúairtigid, cúartugad

v = cúartaid. Also cúairtigid. IGT Verbs § 106 (245.7) .

(a) goes round, makes a circuit of (oft. to collect tribute or plunder), traverses; visits; journeys, moves round about; searches, investigates, examines : do chuartaigetar ferann C. ┐ do c[h]rechsad a urmōr, ML² 305 . Illann .u. tuairgnib cath / tre gruig rocuartaig a creach, BB 56a17 = LL 4204 . rochuartaigset fo coig, ina rai catha `they circled round' (two fighting warriors in arena), Aen. 3138 . do chúartaighesa ón réltainn tes conuigi an réltainn túaidh `I have journeyed', Maund. 155 . ro cuartaigedh ┐ ro creachloisccedh leo . . . othá Craig . . . `traversed', Hugh Roe² 254.26 . a bhfearann / 's a ccineadha cuartoigheam, Top. Poems² 518 . lán mara do chuartaigh cuan (Fig.) `(like) a full sea coming upon a harbour' (note), O'R. Poems 1768 . gur chuartaigh (sc. carbad tinntighe) an teach trī huaire made a circuit of, Beatha S. F. 1053 . cuartuighid . . . a mbráithre (= visitent), Rial. S.F. 1528 . co cuairtheochadh sé in domun `he would explore the world', ZCP vi 85.18 . cuartaigis C. crislach in catha . . . as a medon `scanned', MR 248.21 . cúairteóchar dhúinn . . . / gach múr síodhghlan `shall be searched on our behalf' (in poets' `raid'), Ériu ix 163 § 8 . do chuarduigh sé an loch fó thrí `searched', Oss. vi 6.25 . ro cuartaig a bulla ┐ a cuislenna `he (a physician) examined his limbs and his pulse', Grail 3814 . ni fuicciub-sa ernail nac[h] faistine . . . na cuairteoch (-eoca, v.l.) uili `no . . . soothsaying that I will not search', CCath. 4076 . cuartuigh mé a Dhé = search me, Psalms cxxxix 23 . cuarduighidh bhar gcaithréime `search' (leg. cuardughadh ? Appendix p. 256), Content. x 8 .

(b) seeks, looks for: ná fuil aon mheadhon . . . ná cuardaighean ┐ na loirgean that he does not seek = Fr. chercher (Gloss.), Trompa na bhF. 4204 .

(c) nach ccuairteocha misi ar son na neitheannsa = shall I not visit for, etc. Jeremiah v 29 .

Vn. cúartugad.