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ceól n o,n., laterm. n s. ceulin Ml. Monosyllabic,g s. cíuil,
d s. cíul, Thurn. Gramm. 68 , 178 . IGT Decl. § 75 (g s.(?)
céolaunauthorized form, ex. 1578).
(a) musical instrument :cenelae ciuilgl.psalterium, Ml.
50 2b14 . gl.cyneram, 15 (see Thes. Suppl.).air cech ceneliu
ciuil . . . dober som ani aschithara , 51c2 .ciuil sóngl.huius
. . . generis organa, 116c7 .isorganumisainm cenelach do
gach chiul, Hib. Min. 1.15 .bidpsaltisanim ciuil, 2.35
instrumentum musicum, Gloss. ?a g-ciúil ┐ a g-codail-tighthe,
55 ML 76.13 .
(b) music :inna aidmi in chiuilgl.instrumenta musica,
Ml. 75c4 . 89a9 .á ceul ┐ in molad, 126c1 .comopair cach
ciul(sic), Laws i 122.12 .inspirut naem dorinfidh . . . inciul
. . . fil isintpsalm, Hib. Min. 6.174 .aceol(n s.), 1.24 . Im.
60Brain 2 .ceol crott, LL 29055 ( Met. Dinds. iv 368 ).oc
cantain ciúil, PH 7700 .atá . . . / fréamh an cheóil a muigh
Mhumhan of the art of music, Studies 1920, 98 § 8 .
(c) Inpl. musical performances,compositions;tunes,songs:
inna ceul nephgnathagl.inusitata carmina, Ml. 115b2 .nó
65cantais céola bindi dó, Trip.² 1310 (ceula,v.l.).a ceóil binni,
Hail Brigit 11 .binnithir ilcheólu in domain, LU 2034 ( FA
10 ).na ciuil arda .i. stocairecht no cornairecht loud kinds
of music
, Auraic. 1477 .a Ch. na cc. ¤ , Arch. iii 304.24 .
ceóla crota ┐ cuisleanna ciúil, CF² 844 .ciuil ┐ adhmolta,
70 Smaointe B.Chr. 5968 .
(d)Ofbirds,etc.: c. ¤ enlathe muintire nime, LU 1993
( FA 6 ).ceōla fer mbrundederg, K. and H. 24 (emended toc. ¤
ferán, Murphy Lyrics 16 ). ?mar búdh inntsecd é o eón / se
le ceol ag imdh[e]cht uaidh, Rel. Celt. ii 224.z .ceol in uirc,
75 O'C. 947 ( H. 3. 18,411 ).
(e) Attrib.g s musical,sweet-sounding,melodious :ádhbha
ciuil, Oss. iv 4.y .a nguth na n-aighthe ciuil musical instru-
ments
, Smaointe B. Chr. 5918 .adhbhar ceoil ar gcomhlabhra
`sweet subjects', Content. xxv 1 .ardopetet . . . a n-áes ciúil,
80 LU 8181 ( FB 13 ).iomdha aingel ciuil 'na port, ZCP x 24.4 .
is eisrechta cerda c[i]uil, LL 386a21 .coiccetul ciuil,
RC iii 347.1 (Aisl. Óeng. 14). ?ro tṡuidhimar ar colba chíuil issin
tṡíd, Acall. 5058 ( 5527 , 5667 ).mo chruit ciuil, LL 18578
( PRIA xix 548 § 24 ).cruit, is e aen dan ciuil . . . dliges sairi,
85 Laws v 106.27 .cuislenna ciuil, Grail 5 .tri meic Dornmair
Cheóil, LU 9084 ( FB 83 ).fer cíuil, MU² 197 .
(f) With defining gen.:labhra a hén . . . / ní beag do cheól
chodolta lullaby, Studies 1920, 568 § 23 . ?darōnsat aingil
'ga thig / ceōla comarle don chomdid, ZCP viii 114.15 .céol
side, LU 3802 ( SC 37 ).
5(g) Rarely asvn.:oc cíul doibh singing to them.
RC vi 187.18 .ic ceol . . . reime, Grail 1453 .
Compds. With nouns:Cond dan ceóladart Codal
(: Eoganacht) pleasant dwelling(?), LL 2845 ( Fen. 30.7 ).
ceoilbinne a ngotha gnatha melodiousness (birds),
10 Anecd. ii 23 § 5 .do cheólbhroghaibh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 11.22 .cét
n-itte, cét ceolcliaraib(sic leg.)in musical companies(of
birds), SR 1026 .leig don cheólchroidhe cuislinn`from
music's heart
', Studies 1919, 611 § 2 .le ceol-chruit, Keat.
Poems 107 .cocur ceól-éicse, Met. Dinds. iii 288.40 .is ciall
15dá gceolfhoghar`they mean by their melody', Aithd. D. 76.18 .
ceoloide master musician, Ó Bruad. iii 190.5 .ó cheoloireacht
Ghabhra, DDána 70.7 .le ceolṡeinm téadmhar, Keat. Poems
111 .tir . . . na ceolsuthaine, LB 256b73 marg. ceoltigi bénd-
acha choir-houses(?), Trip.² 348 . With adjj.:dā ngadhraib
20croma ceólbinna, Fianaig. 64.9 .mor cet ceolcalad(sic leg.)
loud-singing(of birds), SR 1027 .conacruittib céolgrinnib,
6670 .cliara caine cet ceolmaith(of birds), 1024 .C. na cruite
ceól-míne, Met. Dinds. iii 224.2 .

ceólach adj o, ā(ceól) lit. musical,melodious , but loosely applied
25and appar. confined to verse. Of persons:do'n chóiciur
cheoluch, SG 382.34 .i cill Ch. cheolaigh, LL 6164 .cuire . . .
ceolach, DDána 122.15 .'ga bhais cheolaigh, Misc. Celt. Soc.
342.13 . Other applications:lucht ceara ceolaigh,
IT iii 87 § 95 .sealbh an bhaile caoim-cheolaigh, BNnÉ 221.1 .
30 ocon chrunn ceolach, Snedg. u. Mac R. 11.13 . duodecem
calaind cheolach, AU i 394.8 .in cath ceolach, RC xvii 157
( Tig. 586 ).cosin coibleid céolaigh, Gorm. July 27 .fail coll
n-écsi n-ilcheolach, LL 20499 ( Met. Dinds. iii 286.z ). Assubst.
?L. a siúr nar ch. ¤ cnocc, LL 17140 ( RC xlvii 308 ).docer in
35ceolach cét crech / M., 15759 .mná an cheolaidh, BNnÉ
220.22 .in ceolach Boirc[h]i na mBeand, Ériu x 81 § 51 .

ceólaid n(ceól) musician :inceoluid (ref. to a `timpánach'), RC
xiii 438 § 9 .

ceólamail adj=ceólach:ba hí in chonair cheólamhail / ó énoiph
40` musical ', Duan. Finn i 89.32 .

ceólán n o,m.(ceól) (small) bell(see Mann. and Cust. Gloss.):
do cuired in t-ór sin ar findcheolanuibh tráth in Táilcinn,
Acall. 327 `blessed handbell ', Gloss.mor do ḟindcheolanaib
ceilebartha, 2610 ` mass-bell ', Gloss.a fhir an cheóláin(to
45a cleric), Buile S. 134.10 .do benta tri nái ceolan fair(in
cursing), Lism. L. 311.11 ( LB 238da9 ).benais a cluicc ┐
a ceolána, BNnÉ 236 § 160 .Ceolán Lasrach, Ériu v 80.27 .
cealla ┐ ceoláin, Eochairsg. 10.16 . In secular contexts:
na guthbuinde cona ceolanaib ordaib(a kind of ornamenta-
50tion?), Alex. 626 .ceolan beg n-ordha for cois gacha sebaic,
Marco P. 90 . In literal sense:sórdán gach ceoláin`humming
old tunes
', Ó Bruad. iii 136.12 .

ceólaracht n(ceól):Hi-Chormaic . . . / nī charaid do cheōlaracht
(: Eoganacht) your music-making , ZCP v 500.15 .Cf. ceól-
55chairecht
.

ceólchaire n(ceólchar):ceolcairi cuach warbling of cuckoos, IT
iii 78 § 47 .eóin co céolchaire, Brussels 5100,52 cited Meyer
Contribb.fa chóirighthibh c. ¤ music-loving companies,
Hackett² xxx 233 (orpl.ofceólchar?).

60 ceólchairecht n(ceólchar):a céolchaireacht, a bindis, a hair-
fideadh music-making , Ériu iv 148.13 .canntaireacht no
ceolchaireacht ele, 23 P 10 ³,30b4 . Seeceólaracht.

ceólchar adj(ceól+car) =ceólach:a Ḟionnghuala réidh roich-
eolchar, DDána 114.1 .do leath Choinn ch. ¤ ` musical ', Ériu
65 xix 96 § 10 .fā chrích slim na sreabh gceólchur, O'R. Poems
1317 .ceolchair sin a chruit an ríogh, Gleanings 111 § 1
(-char, Mann. and Cust. iii 287 ).ag síobhra ar dhórd ch. ¤ ,
Hackett xxi 40 .

ceóldae adj io, iā=ceólach:ala aile aidme ceuldaegl.alterius
70musici instrumenti, Ml. 51c5 .F. fuair cuairt ceóldai
(: Beógnai), Fél. Jan. 22 .dodoralaigh a clais ceóldai, Anecd.
i 61 § 97 .roddet . . . / fiala . . . / ciúni ceolda cormḟledaig,
Ériu viii 68.44 . Seeilchéolta(I 59.85).

ceóllaide x=ceóldae:a n-éiric an chiúil cheóllaidhe do-
75chluininn, Mac Aingil 2749 .

ceólmaire n(ceólmar):a gile a c. ¤ harmoniousness(of heaven),
LU 2482 .

ceólmar adj=ceólach:ceolmar=cantans, O'Gr. Cat. 238.25 .
do chluig . . . cheolmhara, DDána 122.11 .fa cheolmar iad
80. . . ag seinm a gcrot, SG 7.10 .ba cheólmhar ar n-adharca,
Oss. iv 20.26 . Adv.go ceolmhar, Keat. Poems 153 . As
subst. gach ceolmhar, MS. Mat. 579.36 .

ceóltach adj=ceólach:c. ¤ ceólmhar(of persons), Oss. v 136.12 .

ceómar adj(1 ceó) misty :faoi an maidin . . . cheomhair, O'Gr.
85Cat. 587.2 .

cepach n o,m.(unvoiced p) (cepp). Aspnsobriquet,astockily-
builtman(?): ro marbhadh an c. ¤ ┐ an calbach, FM iii 528.21 .