cummaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. cummaid or dil.ie/13853

Forms: cummad

v (cummae). IGT Verbs § 67 . do chom (: fonn), DDána 8.6 , (: donn), Aithd. D. 82.27 . In sense of con-ben and cummae 1: is fīacail maic thíri rotchummi wounded, Fianaig. 36.15 = rotbí, 16 . Usu. fashions, shapes, composes, determines; makes, creates, devises in a wide range of applications: at chuaid . . . ferta P. ┐ roscummai, Trip.² 635 . dohiurn glas ro chummad / cathbarr was composed of, SR 5767 . ro-chum C. hua H. in laid sea, LU 4114 . cummaid chuma[i]d forn `it brings grief upon us', Otia ii 88 § 11 . rochum chathraig, Metr. Dinds. i 6.23 . ro chóirgetar ┐ rocumatar in feall, Fianaig. 70.22 . trícha casbrat cetluaitte / is corcair nos cum `purple has dyed them', Leb. Cert.² 356 . mar ro chummad a cairdes `was brought about', Ériu xvi 160 § 2 . rocumsat adrad ann they worshipped there, BColm. 18.16 . secht cat[h]a . . . / im Fergus mac Roich ruscum `who commanded them', Celt. Rev. iv 218.30 . do cumsedar . . . Augustin do proicept ┐ do senmoir isin Britania `they appointed A.', RC xvii 155.3 . lochdach gé chumthar íad (of certain compounds), IGT Introd. § 95 . do cumadh oidhche chinnte leo `they fixed a certain night', Keat. iii 2802 . do chumadh sé é féin . . . leis na daoinibh saoghalta conformed himself to, Beatha S. F. 1795 .

Of story, rule, law, art, etc.: 'gar cumad in cantairecht, ZCP viii 114.25 . docum Uaine an scél . . . / gur gabad hí ar ēcin, xiii 222.5 . Colum las cumthar, BB 38a4 . in cháin sin ro-cummad and `devised', Metr. Dinds. iv 250.41 . cumthar meabhal go Mac nDé `is wrought against', Dán Dé ii 17 . cumthar orruinn . . . gur lucht bratha sinn we are accused of . . . , Mac Aingil 4944 . níor chum S. . . . / . . . dán gan diamhair, Bard. P. 27.6 . marbnaidh ré cois cumábthair (: mbláthmhair), IGT Verbs ex. 591 .

In legal contexts: na muine cumthar iter in mac ┐ in nathair `the possessions that are equalized', Coibnes 7 gl. 5 . cumtair leth inneich is dir do cac fir dia mnai is assigned(?), BCrólige 3 . im ini cumthar ar in comaithtech `is transferred', Laws i 142.21 Comm. co cumtar a beth ina soadhbur `that it may be determined', 284.w Comm. nocha n-oircter (leg. n-aircter) nech ima ní ima cumtur é a n-ing `which would throw him into difficulty', ii 92.16 Comm. cumthar trian cuarta in baili-sin d'Finnchua, Lism. L. 3060 .

Vbl. of necess.: níor chumtha dhuibh / draoidheacht an tsean-druadh Mogh Ruith, Content. xv 55 .

Vn. cummad.