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

cepóc n ā,f. panegyric sunginchorus (`possibly of an erotic
character', Chadwick, Sc. G. St. vi 190 ):mná ōentama Ulad
. . . do gabāil chepóce . . . co n-ērbrat: Fer Loga mo lennān-sa,
5 Sc. M² 20.11 (a chepoige .i. a sianain,v.l.).ní ruc na cepóca
cé ruc na heocha, Hib. Min. 56.y .aidbsi ainm in chiúil,
no in cronáin do gnidis urmhor bhfer nErenn in tan sin; ┐
cepóg a ainm ac feraib Alban amail atpert in file Albanach:—
Ferr moladh righ Lóicce / do denum ar chepoícce, Mann.
10and Cust. iii 371 n. Freq. of the eulogy of the dead:ro
haghadh a cepoc ┐ a cluichi caintech` death-chant ',
RC xxiv 282 § 24 .dogen a cepoic . . . / ┐ . . . a guba, 284.11 .cepoc
cainteach, CCath. 1146 .in duan dorigni ar cepóig don ríg,
Celt. Rev. i 304.z and note.cepoche .i.graece cae┐ bo .i.
15 laus etc., O'Mulc. 213 .

cepp n o, [m.]n pl. cip. (a) tree-stump,log,block :dobert buille
don c[h]ip bói isin étach(i.e.as dummy body), Corm. Y 690
(p. 57.19) .c. ¤ ina láim chlí i rraibe ere .xx. cuinge do damaib,
LU 9189 ( FB 91 ).cep ferna, Death-tales 28 § 10 .ar ceapaib
20┐ ar coirthib in talman, ZCP viii 553.22 .for bennaib sleg
┐ c. ¤ ┐ cuaille in baile, LB 156b19 .do cheppaib ┐ do chorr-
ḟótaib ┐ di ḟuatnib talman, LL 12811 .cepgl.cepus [cippus?],
Ir. Gl. 480 .adaich . . . a braghaid tar in cep chopping-block ,
RC xiii 30.10 .ceap críonchonnaidh, DDána 50.21 .do shín
25a muinél . . . co humhal . . . ar cep no ar clar(=truncus),
Smaointe B. Chr. 1994 .amharc daill idir cheapaibh (rith
daill . . . , amharc daill ideir cranuibh,v.ll.), Dánfhocail 68
(prov. for a useless proceeding).ní dhéan adhradh don cheap
do róine mo cheard féin, Keat. ii 5395 .cip thuislighthe
30 stumbling blocks, Jer. vi 21 . By extension:olc do dhíol isan
chiop chriadh`earthly stock' (of the body), Aithd. D. 62.16 .an
ceap nach bia binn go bráth(disparagingly of a harp),
Measgra D. 7.96 .fán gceap oireas don chonntaois shoe-
maker's last
, Ó Bruad. i 136 xiv .Cf. ceap mo dhuaine, ii 86.x
35(`burden of my poem').
(b) anvil-block :mad si a indeoin do cuaidh as in cip, O'C.
926 ( H. 3.18,406 ). Prov. of taking up permanent residence:
c. ¤ i clandta do indeuin, Mon. Tall. 134.7 (§ 19) .t'indéin do
béimim i c. ¤ / buith i foss co bás`a striking of thy anvil into
40the block
', Ériu iii 108 § 53 (cep,cip,v.ll.).
(c) stocks(for confinement),pillory,logto which asnare
ortrapwas attached: i cipgl.in ligno(Acts xvi 24), Thes.
i 497.27 (Ardm.).in ceap ┐ in cuithe ┐ in slabradh co pein
. . . sarcomrac cip no cuithe, O'C. 2384 ( Eg. 88,30 (31)a ).
45 gebend carcar c. ¤ , LL 18642 .mar chimid i cip, ZCP vi 263.12 .
i carcair ┐ c. ¤ dar a chosa, PH 1170 .chum smachtuighthe
an chip, Prov. vii 22 .
(d) genealogical stock;ancestor: D. . . . is ceap do shíol
gCeallaigh uile, Hy Maine 165.16 .ceap Í Domhnaill Dhúin
50na nGall, DDána 93.24 .do chrú na gceap i gCaisiol, Ó Bruad.
ii 202 lxviii .
In comic name:Dorn Ibair hua Cipp Goband, CRR 18 .
In n. loc.maidm Atha-in-Chip, AU ii 342.13 .
In sense ofcippe q.v.:cep mór brathar a large body of
55friars
, AU iii 524.12 .a chip catha, Duan. Finn ii 312 § 51 .
?cnoi . . . daberar lan coid dib i monaid, gu n[d]enand ceap
diband `a stock(?)', Laws v 408.19 Comm.

ceppach n ā,f.(cepp) IGT Decl. § 37 (g s. ceapcha; formceapaighe
proscribed). (a) Orig.piece ofgroundwheretreeshave been
60 felled ; `a plot of ground laid out for tillage', O'D. Suppl.:
imteact daill isin ceapaigh(name of a metre), IT iii 100.32 .
i tochor tāith, hi crāibech ngeiredh, hi cepaig sensaille,
Aisl. MC 121.33 .in cepach échtadbal iarcúlach sin(of a
glade in a forest where a fight took place), Caithr. Thoirdh.
65 79.26 .do romhar ceapcha ina ccuirfidhe an began síl do
bhi aca, BNnÉ 163.19 .nocha n-uil orrlach uile / a connlach
na ceapaighe (lochtach), IGT Decl. ex. 958 .'nar gceapach
féin`in my plot of land', Aithd. D. 89.35 (?leg. ar gc. ¤ , ed.).
(b)Fig.of slaughter :do-rinnedar . . . urlaidhi agarbh . . .
70┐ cepach (ceapthach,v.l.) cirrthi do c[h]uradhuib cros-roinnti
a timc[h]ell a tigerna, ML² 1850 .fā h-ár gan áirem ┐ fā
cepach gan céill, 1742 .gur bho ceapthach, chiorrtha,
chrosmharbtha na catha`ridges', ML 86.13 .tugatar cath
cepcha etarra, Celt. Rev. i 226.15 (`stubborn').
75(c) Freq. inn. loc.?conid siat ro selaig in Ceppaig Ferna
Moir atúaid(?sic leg.), LL 36901 .conid sé . . . ro leasaig
cepaigh Cusantin i.e.cleared and cultivated what is now
C. Cusantin, Fél. 92.30 .srón chaillighe Ceapcha(?sic leg.),
IGT Decl. ex. 954 .láimh re Ceapaig an Aráin, E. O'Rahilly
80 (1900) 242.5 . See also Hog. Onom.

ceppad m. vn.ofceppaid. (a)act ofconfining :an pháis ghéar
gharbh, 'om cheapadhsa choidhche id bhruid,
Hackett xx 54 (am cheapasa, MSS.).triall an easbuig . . . / i gcian dá
cheapadh i mbarc`clapped on board a vessel', O'Gr. Cat.
85 582.13 .Cf. fuaras fa-ríor / riamh gus anois mo neimh-
cheapadh`my indecision' (lack of restraint?), Aithd. D. 89.29 .
(b)act ofshaping,forming :déid chailce ar na gceapadh
go comhthrom, Keat. Poems 198 . ? Of composing verse (in
the open air): ?gan boith ndiamhoir, gan deacoir, / cead áinis
as airdcheapaidh`with leave to take delight in lofty invention',
5 Studies 1920, 261 § 2 (`read perhapsar airdcheapaigh `upon an
upland tillage plot'
, ed.). Of forming children:[iat] . . . do
cheapadh o aois leinibh go diagha, Donl. 336.23 .a dteagasg
┐ a gceapadh chum caondhúthrachta, xxi 10 . See alsos.v.
1and2 cét-anddair-cepad.