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celebrad uando,m. Vn.ofcelebraid. IGT Decl. § 11 (55.19) .
55 (a) Perh.act ofcelebrating, makingfamous,exalting in:
ceilebrad ōndī ascelebro.i. airdaircigim. C. ¤ didiu erdarcugud
anma Dé, Corm. Y 284 .búaid A. . . . / dia ch. ¤ coméir`to
celebrate it
', Fél. Aug. 26 .a dhraig as cian cheileabhradh,
DDána 102.46 `clú', Gloss.
60(b)act ofcelebrating,holding (a religious ceremony,etc.):
inc. ¤ gl.celebratio, Ml. 80a4 .du c. ¤ sollummun indigl.ad
festa, 133c9 .c. ¤ cóir co nainmnit, Ériu ii 64 § 4 .mor do
ḟindcheolanaib ceilebartha, Acall. 2610 .sacart, ┐ toiseach
ceileabhartha Cluana mic Nóis, FM ii 764.18 .cothuigh
65im chlí do cheileabhradh, A. Ó Dálaigh xxxvii 4 .ro-chlaiss
chelebartha cantaic`singing canticles', Celtica iv 28.366 ,cf.
da clais segda sechtmogat do clasib . . . coiri celebarta, BB
241b30 .
Acc. to Plummer, V.SS.Hib. i cxv n.14 , when used in native
70contexts without qualification refers almost exclusively
to celebration of canonical hours, only later to Mass.c. ¤
iarmergi`the office of nocturns', Mon. Tall. 130.28 .Cf. 129.7 .
[c]elebrad trátha, Wb. 25c23 .celebrath cach(a) tratha,
Ériu xix 60 § 13 .fri ré ceileabhartha easparta, FM iii 342.y .
75 c. ¤ domnaich`Sunday's office', Mon. Tall. 148.6 .afrenn is c. ¤
glē, BColm. 100.13 .fri oiffrenn ┐ c. ¤ , Celtica iv 32.458 .ceileabh-
radh oiffrinn, RSClára 87a .ord ceilibartha`liturgy', Fl. Earls
100.9 . In Laws in list of guarantees for contracts:naidm ┐
raith ┐ aitire ┐ ceilebrath ┐ gell, Bürgschaft 14 § 48 , acc. to
80 Thurn. p. 15 ref. to oaths taken on relics or gospel-book.
In follg. the office of a religious functions as surety:amal
. . . do dicsed a ch. ¤ aire(of a `deórad dé'), Laws iv 210.9 .
see Bürgschaft 59 . Note further:troscud no ch. ¤ ,
Laws v 388.x .imcim ceileabarta fir lais i [mbi] cuma fir ┐ go, 178.4 .
85(c) conversation,talk,discourse :ceileabhradh .i. comhrádh
no comhchaint, O'Cl. c. ¤ aingel, LU 3096 .mise gach laoi
id leanmhain / tusa gan chead gceileabhraidh, Dánta Gr.
39.26 .
(d)Of birds act ofsinging,warbling: hoc gyrgyrium
ceilebradh eoin, Ir. Gl. 746 .c. ¤ en, RC viii 350.45 .fírrinn
5ceoil a gceileabhradh(birds), DDána 82.19 .
(e)act ofbidding farewell;leave-taking,departure :co
dairled forsin slige do ch. ¤ dona maccaib, LU 5074 .ceileabh-
radh dhuit farewell , DDána 64.31 .ar los mo cheileabhradh
(:fhiodhbhadh) leave-takings , Measgra D. 51.30 .ro caoíneadh
10an ceileabhradh sin an President acc bochtaibh` departure ',
FM v 1664.20 .tiomnais celeabradh doib, MR 42.4 .

celebraid v(Lat.celebrare. Preponderance ofcel-overceil-
perh. due to Lat. infl.). (a) celebrates,holds (a religious
ceremony,etc.):asrubart Dia friu som aracelebartis asol-
15lumnu, Ml. 102d3 .celebair féil T., Fél. Nov. 17 .is i medon
aidche ro celebhradh caisc, Ériu ii 140 § 144 .gach aon
ceileabhrus 'na fhód, BNnÉ 263 § 224 . Of canonical hours:
celebraidcech aontrātha, ZCP vii 310 § 3 .celeberthair
medōn lāi, Ériu i 44.24 . Of Mass:ceileabram, ZCP viii 231
20§ 1 . Note also:go cceileabhradáois an dara Comhairle
ghenerālta, Parrth. Anma 3734 .
(b)Of birdssings,warbles: an t-ēn ceileabhrus do chach /
uadh sloinnfidher é co bráth (viz.Flann mac Lonáin), ZCP
viii 109.20 .
25(c)bidsfarewell, takes one'sleave,parts :arocelebrusgl.
ualefaciens, Wb. 14d31 .lase celebirsimmegl.cum uale-
fecissemus, Thes. i 498.7 (Ardm.).acebras (leg.celebras)gl.
benedicens, 725 .is and celebrait mnā na nDēise say good-bye
(to their country)
, Ériu iii 136.23 .c. ¤ cách co toirsi máir,
30 ZCP viii 310.28 . Usually with prep.DO:ro celébrai dóib,
Trip.² 2317 (for form see Thurn. Gramm. 420 ).a Lugaid
celebor dam off you go, LU 6014 =celebair, TBC² 1546 .
Cf. c. ¤ lōeg L. departs, RC iii 178.27 .noceilebraitis na clerig
dona laechaib, Anecd. i 43.18 .gur cheileabhair . . . don rígh,
35 Keat. ii 1515 .
Vn. celebrad.

célech adj(céile?cíall?):ingnad in gnim / don mac cen lín cen
choin celig / ar luas a choss / tarrachtain oss isna slebib, LL
23723 `without obedient hound', Arch. Hib. ii 75 . Seecéillech.

40 celen n name of aprecious stone , Celtica ii 86.530 `chelonites(?)',
Gloss.

celg n ā,f. IGT Decl. § 39 , Verbs § 117 . (a) deceit,treachery,
guile,stratagem: a dolo.i. ōn c[h]eilg, Corm. Y 470 .main .i.
cealg, O'Dav. 1242 .immerthai ceilg, LU 5871 .co tartaitis
45ceilc immon slóg, 5929 .cengait celga úargossa, 6177 .tria
indle ┐ chelga C., Lg. 11 ( IT i 73 ).for imad do ch. ¤ ┐ t'elathan,
PH 8247 .nirbo `cealg gan conach' in c. ¤ sin, CCath. 3091 .
?a cascrad is celgg calma, LL 3259 .cealg imman múr ag
M. M. had wrought treachery against the wall, Celtica ii 179
50§ 84 .íar ttarraing ceilcce da combrathair fair after being
betrayed
, FM vi 2018.1 .do-chuadur a celga a ndimhainius
orra their stratagems came to nought, Smaointe B.Chr. 2848 .
In favourable sense:i gceilg`coaxingly', Aithd. D. 68.4 slat
shaighdidh cháigh tre chealgaibh`charms' (of Mary), 85.10 .
55Attrib.g s.:do denam sída célci fris dia tarrachtain false
peace
, LU 6147 .logud mo ṡel ceilgi a clī, Arch. iii 237 § 29
`my treacherous life', Aithd. D. 62.29 . ?nir cradh cealga,
Celtica ii 158 § 12 (:dirga: emended tocealgdha);cf. gan
chradh celge`deceptive wealth', Magauran 2559 ; perh.
60 wheedled gift, gift unwillingly given, cf. IGT Decl. ex. 210
citeds. celgaid.coinne celci, Ann. Conn. 1236.3 .
Asvn. gan aon ag ceilg dá chéile, Dán Dé xxv 33 .
(b) In concrete sense ambush,trap :i ceilg, CRR 29 .
roeirigh in c. ¤ ina ndocum`the ambuscade sprang to attack
65them
', ZCP vi 36.4 .celcc do indell for ciond na n-allmuireach,
FM vi 1976.26 .ina celgaib comnaidhe, Caithr. Thoirdh. 79.6 .
(c) stingof an insect: ainmhidhe loites ellach in mhachaire
ó cheilg atá i n-inad erbaill lais, ZCP i 114 .mo chealg bháis
chruaidh ghuirt`o bitter piercing sting of death to me', E.
70O'Rahilly xvi 40 . Seecolg.
Compds. With nouns:tria chealg-chomhadhaibh treach-
erous conditions
, Hugh Roe² 314.13 .ag cealgghoin, TSh.
2338 .an cholann 'na c(h)ealg-námhaid . . . aige, 7530 .ar an
gcealg-rún macántachta bréige, 8957 . With adjj.:tren-chor
75. . . cealg-baeglaide`mighty dangerous twist', MR 258.25 .
na cuindigh-sin / orm-sa in comaid celg-duaibhsigh, 306.23 .
charad . . . gcealgrúnach, TSh. 5414 .

celgach adj o, ā(celg) deceitful,treacherous :cen chairge celgaich,
LL 781 .doroni . . . comarli celcaig. TTr.² 1593 .cacair
80chelgacha, LB 228b17 .lé caidreabh chealgach, TSh. 2116 .
mar chómharsanuibh cealgacha, Párl. na mB. 2154 .Compar.
ní budh cealguidhe, Gen. iii 1 . Assubst. ro [bo] prímch. ¤
tor tenn, SG ii 491.13 (`a prime traitor', Bodl. Dinds. 29 ).
ni raga . . . c. ¤ is-in flaith, PH 6907 .

85 celgad vn.ofcelgaid. IGT Verbs § 117 .act ofdeceiving,
betraying etc.:óenach cen chol, cen chelggad`fraud', Met.
Dinds. iv 150.61 .ōn t[ṡ]rāb dobōi ga c. ¤ `ensnaring them',
BColm. 90.13 .dom chealccadh ón crábhadh luring me
away from
, ZCP x 347 § 3 .comhursain do chealgadh dhamh
that I have deceived my neighbour, DDána 60.25 . In favourable
5sense:dus an ccaomsadh a chealgadhsomh . . . for aon airle
fris feisin`coaxing', Hugh Roe² 244.6 . ?ag cealgadh craobh
uadha d'fhíon, Dán Dé xxvi 21 .