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cengal n o(Lat.cingulum).m., IGT Decl. § 17 . (a) bond,tie,
binding,fetter,fastening ,etc.:c. ¤ gl.junctura, Ir. Gl. 149 .
70gl.compilacio, 911 .nosbeir i n-oen-cheṅgul lé iat co hUltu,
LL 2549 .ar n-ergi do A. . . . asa ch. ¤ , TTebe 2570 .imrulae
Críst fessin asin chengul foríata immbái la hIudaide`cap-
tivity
', Ériu ii 200.9 .na cnaip, ┐ c. ¤ , Cog. 194.12 .itir a chneas
┐ a cheangal catha, MR 286.11 .crios ┐ ceangal, TSh. 10403
75`girdle', Gloss.i cenglaib a cuirp in the ligatures of his body,
CCath. 3984 .an tan . . . druidius re ceangal na leisi the joint
of the hip
(?), 23 K 44,77.11 .da ccenglaibh=compages
(of boats), BNnÉ 52 § 44 . noum testamentum, go cc. ¤ , airgid
bound in silver, Mart. Don. xl 20 .idh lúptha um c. ¤ céchta,
80 IGT Decl. ex. 959 .c. ¤ na [m]búidel the band of the flasks,
Fier. 48 .
Med. constipation :inti ara mbí cengul ann tobuir clister
dó, Rosa Ang. 34.19 .ró ch. ¤ costiveness, O'Gr. Cat. 198.z .
Of the last verse or `envoi' of a poem:ceangal, Aithd. D.
85 98.27 . Keat. Poems p. 22 . E. O'Rahilly 10.68 .
Fig. bond,lien,contract etc.:cen c. ¤ flatha uirre (ráith)
`the chief having no lien upon him', Laws v 499.26 Comm.
ar ní dligh righ Teamrach agra na ceangul forru, BB 249b18
( Cóir Anm. 144 ).an diabhal lé ndérna ceangal a n-aimsir
an pheacuidh, Mac Aingil 356 .c. ¤ nā cunnradh, RSClára 66a .
5 ceangal doéilighthi ┐ deismeireachd iomdha . . . orra sin
a secure grasp(of metrical rules), IGT Introd. § 2 .eachd,
ceangal,aonta, Eg. Gl. 259 .
(b) Asvn. act ofbinding,tying,fixing,contracting :merdrech
. . . .i. mer ┐ drech iarna c. ¤ joined together(in a compound),
10 Corm. 29.8 .co ruc S. lais L. iar n-a cheṅgul in fetters, LL
21191 ( Dinds. 155 ).a chosa ┐ a lámha do ch. ¤ don chroich
le tairngeadhaibh, Parrth. Anma 1440 .cloch ar na c. ¤ , IGT
Decl. ex. 268 (cf. cloch chengailbelow).ag ceangal cairdis
is ṡídh, Content. xiii 30 .a sidh do cengul re Gyi, ZCP vi 77.24 .
15 robhadar ag ceangal na cómhronna an aidhche sin confirming
the division
, ML 68.3 .ro mothaig co mor Gaill oca c. ¤ dochum
becnerta restricting his power, Ann. Conn. 1310.7 . Without
obj. gen. (or leg. i c. ¤ ?):tusa a Dhé ag ceangal don chroich
`hanging on the cross', PBocht 24.19 .druim na baise / do
20bhí ag ceangal do chlár bhrioc, Dán Dé iii 20 .o nach a[g]
ceangal do M[hoir] a-ta since (the name S.) is not closely
connected
(grammaticallyetc.)with M., Bard. Synt. Tr.
95.37 .Cf. gai . . . hi cengul dá chréit cróncharpait, LU 10228 .
i c. ¤ ua na taisib tied around. Fen. 110.6 .
25Attrib.g s.:nach béidh fear 'gā mhnaoi cheangail / . . . gan
búai[dh]readh his wedded wife, Celtica iv 109 § 10 .Luimnech
na cloch cengail of the riveted stones, Caithr. CC 10 (5.15) .
?pípaí, fidli, fir cengail`gleemen', Met. Dinds. iii 20.257
(cf. Mann. and Cust. i dxl and Gloss.).giobuil cheangail
30 swaddling clothes, Luke ii 7 . ?tighe ceanguil na gcompán,
Ir. Review 1913, 594 § 8 .

cengalrach (cengal):an tan rithios an tadbur go ceangalrach
na leisi isin ionadh re ndearar vertebrum = ligamentum,
23 K 42,319.19 .

35 cengalta latercengailte,part.ofcenglaid. tied,bound,joined :
capull c. ¤ harnessed , LU 2937 ..vi. c. ¤ carpat c. ¤ , BB 240b9 .
cathbarr cáem ceṅgalta co foraib óir, LL 32647 (TTr.).
lega lanmaisecha, logmura, cengailti co cerdmail le hor na
hAraipi set, ZCP vi 284.34 .do togaibh a lamha cengailte
40suas her joined hands, Smaointe B. Chr. 293 .gus in crislait
. . . cengailti, MR 300.6 .atá tú ceangailte=thou art snared,
Prov. vi 2 .aithenta cengailte`obligatory Commaundments',
RSClára 62a . Of troops, companiesshoulder to shoulder,
in serried ranks
:dariṅgnit catha comdluthi ceṅgalta díb,
45 LL 32462 (TTr.) `in close array', Plummer MS. notes.ina
tri cathaib cengailt[i], Acall. 6509 `serried', Gloss.in cipi
. . . cengailti, Cog. 154.22 .gona gallaibh ┐ gaoidhealaibh
ceangailte coirighthe ina timcheal, FM iii 410.17 . With
prepp.:a beith ar aenmnái chengailte bound to a wife,
50 Acall. 6407 .do bhí ceangailte dá cloinn / . . . / gach éin-fhear
do bheith i mbroid it was the destiny of her children, Dán Dé
xxi 18 .ceangailte dhá chéile, 1 Cor. i 10 .tré sa bhfuilmíd
roichengailte imá mholadh`most bound to prayse him',
RSClára 33b .

55 ? cengaltach n(cengal):cáoga ceangaltach na gcorn, Duan.
Finn ii 138 § 52 , `some precious article', Gloss.

cengaltán n(cengal) bond,tie,etc.: tar cheangaltáin an
ādhbharsōra the devil's snares, Trompa na bhF. 4211 .ceang-
altáin=difficultés, 5519 .ceangaltáin ifrinn=paquets de
60l'enfer, 3547 .

cenglachán n(cengal):ceanglachán airgid= bundle of money,
Gen. xlii 35 .ceanglachán iosóipe=abunch of hyssop, Ex.
xii 22 .

cenglad vn.ofcenglaid.act ofbinding :do ch. ¤ . . . inna mógad,
65 Trip.² 2607 .ceangladh` hoarding ', Aithd. D. 79.6 .

cenglaid v(cengal). IGT Verbs §§ 43 , 124 . (a) binds,ties,
fastens :cenglathar err . . . / i ndiaid erri, LU 8951 ( FB 71 ).
nos cengland C. Ercoil fessin i ndíaid a charpait, 8928 ( 70 ).
ro chenglatar G. imprisoned(?), 239 .roncengail in ben`tied
70him fast
', Met. Dinds. iv 24.17 .mur chenglus ben bāidh a
mac embraces, Fianaig. 94.21 .indiu cia cheṅglaid chúac[h]a
/ in rí crínlíath cen déta, LL 2942 ( SG 387.27 ).do cengladh
le crios cengail(the infant Jesus), RSClára 7a .cenglait a
croinn(to extract juice), Marco P. 163 . Of wounds:o
75rochengail in co[i]s iar coir, Aen. 3036 .do cengladh . . . a
lucht gonta i.e.their wounds were dressed, Cog. 214.25 .
(b) In more abstract applications:mē mac L. do chengladh
síth thepeacemaker , ZCP viii 225.24 .ceanglam síoth 'na
shíoth shuthain, Dán Dé x 2 .is í comairle do chenglatar
80 fixedon,determined , Caithr. Thoirdh. 135.33 .níor cheanglais
críoch do chomhráidh you have not summed up your statements.
Content. xxii 31 .ós da chumachtaib cach ní do chengeolad
a talmain a beith cengailti ar neim(of the Pope), Maund. 26 .
an súil ccuirr cheanglus maighden captivates , ZCP ii 356.18 .
85(c) With obj. and follg. prep.:uair rom cengladh a [n]dubal-
cibh in etraid I am tied to, Grail 1319 .do cheangail ar na
mnáibh rún maith do dhéanamh, Keat. ii 6360 .do chengail
ben an druagh int ainm sin orro, ZCP xiii 182.22 .seanchas
fhir na n-earrladh ndonn / do ceangladh go Conn sin sunn
`was linked to, was traced to' (notes), Magauran 134 .na
5secht slabraid . . . ro cenglait do na secht coirthib, MU² 867 .
cen co cenglad Dia dítt he, PH 7393 `enjoin', Gloss.[dá]
cengailter do'n nuimir sin dá bliadain if two years be added,
O'Gr. Cat. 289.33 .do chenglas dam í mar mhnaoi phósta,
SG 5.17 .ceangail fád bhraghaid íad=bind them about thy
10neck
, Prov. iii 3 .do cheangail N. ┐ A. . . . cumann . . . ré
chéile, Keat. ii 262 .amail do ceingeoltai én a painter, BCC
112.34 .do cengladh oidhreacht iarla c. ¤ d. lé coroin tSaxan
was annexed, FM v 1856.12 .cuinchid mnai . . . ┐ cenglaid
in tíí G. oicce, PH 1308 .
15(d) Intrans.:ceanglam ar-aon leath ar leath let us join
forces
, O'Hara 1931 (perh. with obj.cunnradh, 1930 ).
craobh rér cheangail Rí na ríogh, A. Ó Dálaigh xxxiii 1 .
do chengail M. . . . le coill o fF. took possession of,
FM vi 2090.2 .go ceingeóladh sé re celi comh daingen re gach cnamh
20eli that it would knit(of a broken bone), BCC 272.34 .
Vn.seecengal.Part. cengalta.