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cenchaire n(cenchair):gurab mó . . . do cheanchaire ináid mo
mhīghnīomha, Parrth. Anma 4655 `pietas', Gloss.

cendabach: n cocad, ┐ c. ¤ ` conflict ', Cog. 72.6 .

cendail n f.(cenn, for the formcf. carnail) heads(of decapitated
5enemies): ceanndail .i. eallach na gceann, O'Cl. ataig in
cendáil occo isin sudi faire, LU 9093 (cendail, 9096 ,g s. na
cendaile, 9154 ).indrema a cendaile`the tokens(?) of their
head-spoils
', Ériu vi 149.66 .in chennal ┐ na fuidb,
iv 26 § 15 .taiselbthar in c. ¤ , do Dauīd, ZCP xiii 178.32 .connfaco
10c. ¤ am-muinntiri, RC x 216 § 6 . Perh. orig. same formation
ascenngail. Seecendar.

cendar n` heads ', Meyer Contribb.:for c. ¤ na nónbor, MU² 630 .
Cf. cendail.

cendide xseecennide.

15 ? cendtair: ind c. ¤ airdlesa ar uan[aibh] ana, / na ro denat cetnata,
Leb. Gab. 32.3 .

cenél n o,n. chenéel, Wb. 29d6 ,ceneel, 28b1 ,chenéil, 5a14 (see
Thurn. Gramm. 37 ). Latercinél.g s. -eoil,-éoil,-euil,-éuil,
-ioil,-iuil,-íoil,-iúil, later-éil,-íl.d s. -eul,-éul,-iul,-íul,
20later-eol,-él.
(a) kindred,race,tribe,nation :icht .i. cinēl, Corm. Y 787 .
c. ¤ ` children ', Met. Gl. 56.3 .cenel .i. clann, O'Cl. cineal
`anation,kindness ', Eg. Gl. 204 (see (g) below).mo ch. ¤
colnidegl.carnem meam`my fleshly kindred', Wb. 5b19 .
25 drécht caich ceniúil`a portion of every nation', 5c3 .écoscc a
cheneóil`the mark of His nation', 6d6 .inna c(h). ¤ forrorbris
`the peoples whom He had routed', Ml. 67b24 .inna c. ¤ sin
(n pl.), 72d5 .inna cenelagl.nationes, 37a3 .ar chuit ceneuil
`by race', 66d1 .a huili chenela indomuin, 67b17 .a chenela
30sóngl.partes, 103d3 .innananmman inchoisc ceníuilgl.
cognominum, Sg. 28b4 .comaitecht ceniuil dochenéul, 75a6 .
do cenel`your people', Blathm. 46 .ar ciniuil do chur
`the slaughter of a tribe', Laws v 450.26 .arindí as toísech a
ceníul, Críth Gabl. 387 .cuic treaba di-a ceiniul`five houses
35of his own race
', Laws v 514.17 .ar ḟebas do chrotha ┐ do
ceille ┐ do ceneoil descent, LU 8226 ( FB 17 ).nach sóimm i
mbrethir nach i ceneol, PH 1761 .slaniccid in chenéoil
doenna, 1168 .do chenel dea do`of the stock of the gods',
Aen. 677 .do chenel na Cristaige, PH 1402 .os cinn chinil na
40ndaine=prae filiis hominum, Smaointe B. Chr. 3809 .ba
duaislibh a cheiniúil eisidhe, Hugh Roe² 90.15 .
(b) In tribal names:lassar ingen anfolmithe dicheniul
caicháin, Thes. ii 238.16 (Ardm.).c. ¤ fétho fio`the race of Fith
Fio
', 239.1 (ibid.).do mhaithibh ceineoil Chonuill (: deigh-
45eoil), DDána 66.7 .ar maithe Cinīl Luighdeach,
Ériu xvii 24 § 29 (Cinēil, 26 § 35).iomthúsa chinéal gConuill, TD
3.17 . Hence of territory:i tir ba ceiniul doaib riam`in a
land which had previously belonged to their tribe
', Laws iv 4.29 .
(c) In phrases:re a ccenel ┐ re a n-aicmi, Cog. 42.23 .a
50clann ┐ a cinél, Arch. iii 4.36 .dochum a chrichi ┐ a chineoil,
TTebe 4617 .a slond ┐ a chenel, Aen. 2381 .tar cenn tuaithe
┐ ceneoil, Laws v 186.4 .bunada ceniuil, BB 327b25 (cf.
bunad).gach bean aga bunadh-chineóil, ML 88.34 .tainic
a chinél bunaidh-sium Phatraic cu Bretnu, Lism. L. 42 .
55Attrib.g s as is proper among relations, familial, natural;
by nature
:bunadh na ccéadghlún cciníl (: sídh)`stock of the
first generations
', Studies 1920, 97 § 1 .an tréad nar thréad
ceiníl, DDána 31.20 .caor do mhianach criadh ceinéil
(: ghréin), 49.2 .a bhláth clúimhfheadha cheiníl (: Aibhilín),
60 74.67 .gabhthar ainn-séin ga n-aos cheoil / dán re cuis-
leannaibh ceineoil, 85.46 .Cf. aos ceoil na gcuislionn gciniuil,
Celtica iv 119 § 35 .cuairt cheiníl, DDána 90.18 .fa binn
c[e]ineoil`who was musical by nature', Duan. Finn ii 120 § 12 .
ordhruic an dá chéim cheiníl, O'Hara 2277 .
65(d)Of animalsspecies: cenela anmidead erchoideacha,
TTebe 2774 .elta do enaib gach ceniuil ein, Aen. 1470 .
táinig . . . / ar chaorchaibh a cheineoil`returned to its fellows',
Dán Dé xii 18 .ar enirte gacha ceneóil cethra`of all kinds of
cattle
', Hugh Roe² 92.7 .
70(e)In general sense ofkind,sort,type: hi cach ceniul fis
┐ ecni, Sg. 2a2 .hisin cethramad ceniul na sulbaire romanta
`in the fourth kind of Roman rhetoric', Hib. Min. 13.440 .
cis lir cenēla airechta dochusin la Fēne? ZCP xii 359.11 .
secht cinela aire, Laws v 228.25 .cech cenel galair, PH 3824 .
75 don chinel c[h]ēdna of the same kind, ML² 1473 .cenel
flatha dligtigh eisein`he is a kind of lawful chief',
Laws ii 202.13 Comm. cenel m-bíd. MR 16.6 .a cheinél ni fhuair
gach aoinfher`the like of it', Rel. Celt. ii 220.27 .ar an dara
cinéal peacaidh, TSh. 1493 .an cinél pearsan sin class(of
80nouns), IGT Decl. § 11 (55.18) .
Withcach:do chenel gacha dighi, Aen. 375 .mergi . . .
do cenel cacha datha, Cog. 156.4 .mor . . . ┐ do cheniul cecha
lenna somilis, MacCarthy 42.6 . In Auraic. in classification:
in gne no in cenel in fidh? Is cenel . . . fid inn ogaim, in gne
85no in cenel? Is cenel . . . ar techtaid gne, 853 . See 3735 ff.
andgné.
With abstract genitive in sense ofasortof, acertain
amountof:rongab cenel aithrechuis ┐ imnáire he, LB 114b23 .
rosgab tespach mór ┐ híttu ┐ cénel occaruis, 141b24 .tria
cenel n-airceseacht, ZCP xxx 119.36 (Alex.).
5(f) Gramm. gender: atrobair cach cenel`every gender can
say it
', Sg. 190b4 .imchloud cenéiuil, 31b12 .da c. ¤ , 61a14 .
do chenelaib . . . ar is écsamil a c. ¤ , 211a14 .ceneiuil(g s.),
16 . Note also:don chinéal bhanda`to the female sex', Corp.
Astron. 74.15 .
10(g) kindness,friendship,affection (see Celtica i 367 ):ta
cairdine ┐ cenel etraind`there is friendship and relationship
between us
', Aen. 1852 .nā faghuim focal ciníl, O'R. Poems
2849 .an dream roinneas cinéal riú, go roinnfidhear cinéal
riú-san, TSh. 4942 .nar dhearmuid a chinéul don bheó=
15 kindness, Ruth ii 20 .do dhearbha chinéil bhur ngrádhasa,
2 Cor. viii 8 .do ghéabha cinéal=shall obtain favour, Prov.
viii 35 (1827) .fiafruighis C. dhi cia da ndéineadh cinéal an
uisce an lachta ┐ na luachra`for whom she was making the
special selection of
. . .', Keat. ii 4719 . See Dinn., andcf.
20 cineólta.
Compd.is argain . . . cenélchlainni in talman, LL 31276
( TTr. 458 ).