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65 2 cerb adj(-p)o, ā I keen,sharp,cutting . See Ériu xxii 48 . Freq. withcath:crothid
conchend catha ceirp (: deirg), LU 3629 ( SC 31 ).cingid catha
cerba, ZCP iii 38 § 4 (`champion of fierce battle', SC 429 n. ,q.v.).
ro mebaid in cath c. ¤ / for A. slegdergg, SR 6913 .búaid catha
cirb claidebrúaid, LL 6705 .hi cath Crundmóna nār c. ¤ , Fian-
70aig. 74.29 . In other applications:creitis M. cerp, Trip.² 2470
(cearb, Corp. Gen. 368.7 ).ilar cuan ṅgér, ciasta, c. ¤ , SR 891 .
dluma . . . gura, cerpa, 8087 .buaile curadh, ersce cearb(of
a shield), ITS v 116.15 . ?fer c. ¤ name of a bird(?), see LL
212 marg. sup.below.
75Withcaill:caill c. ¤ (: bedc), Four Songs 20 § 6 (`the live
wood
').imme c. ¤ caill crāib`the boughs of the wood are a
thicket
', 8 § 2 (i mbi c. ¤ caill chraíb`during which branchy
wood is lacerated
', Murphy Lyrics 52.2 ).gairid lon dron do
chaill chéirp / i fail feit fir chirp, LL 212 marg. sup.(dip. ed.
80p. 1036).
IIAssubst. o,m. act ofcutting, a cuttingstroke; abutcher(?):
cirtis cerpaib in cath cron with cutting strokes(?), SR 4767 .
mac in chírmaire a llus chír / mac in chirb is é a bés guin,
LL 18798 (`the butcher's(?) son, his work is slaying',
85 Ériu ix 54 § 33 ).cerp .i. teascad,ut estgormclaideb [cerp] cinntech
`a blue sword, sharp, decisive', O'Dav. 379 .`cearb' ciorrbhadh,
`c. ¤ ' tesgadh tren, Met. Gl. p. 25 § 20 .Art Cearb .i. Art
tesctha, nó cirrthi, namh cearb cirriudhdicitur, ar is cirrthi
robhói, Cóir Anm. 171 .
Compd.gur ben barr in da cluas de; co bhfuil gach cat o
5sin ille citach cerbchluasach`having jagged . . . ears' (Gloss.),
Tromd. Guaire 744 .

? cerbach nexpld. as plunder,destruction :`cerbhach' creach,
Met. Gl. p. 16 § 43 .cearrbhach .i. creach, O'Cl.

cerbad vn.ofcerbaid. IGT Verbs § 67 .cirrbedh, § 82 .cirrpheadh
10(g s. -idh), Decl. § 11 (p. 55.17).n pl. cirrfeda, Fen.
66.18 . (a)act ofhacking,lacerating,cutting (off):oca n-argain
┐ oca c. ¤ , Ériu viii 174.y .ilpesti ithfrinn do beith ac cnam ┐
ac cerrbad na n-anmann, RC xxviii 320 § 39 .a chloidem
cruaid le ciorrbad, SG 260.17 .c. ¤ ┐ coimletradh, BB 419a49 .
15 na coll[a ar] na cirrdhubad, ZCP xiii 172.10 .Ailill Molt
. . . / fúair a cherbbad la Crimthand(i.e. his death), LL 7071 .
R. . . . do marbad ┐ do chirrbad ann`was mutilated', Ann.
Conn. 1350.3 .dé tánuig ciorbhadh a chnis, O'Hara 25
(: ionnramh). fuair Feargal ar na fleadhaibh / a chearbhadh
20do chuailleadhaibh, IGT Verbs ex. 590 .an ciorrbhadh
cinidh cutting off, bringing to an end, TSh. 5512 .
(b)Fig. ón chiorrbhadh do-bheirdís orra féin mortification
(of ascetics), TSh. 2267 .tré chiorrbhadh cuirp, 191 .ciorr-
bhadh na faoisidneach, 1705 .go bfuil sí ar n-a cíorbadh
25 isdiminished (of the Church), Eochairsg. 8.33 .do chlaoidh nó
chiorrbhúghadh todiminish (in reputation), Párl. na mB. 98 .

cerbaid vlater alsocirrbaid,cirrbaigid. IGT Verbs §§ 67 , 82 . See Ériu xxii 48 .
(a) hacks,lacerates,cuts(off): nos cerband ┐ nos bruend iat
combo lán in glend día fulriud, LU 8881 ( FB 67 , H).nír sguir
30gur cirrbad a chnes, Anecd. i 37 § 97 .i ndígail M. rocerb,
TFerbe 657 .mor cnes curad ro cerbbait do saigtibh, CCath.
6016 .cerbsat colna fa cra ruad`hacked', Celt. Rev. iv 216.15 .
ri is mo . . . ro chirph do merlichib, Ann. Conn. 1224.2
(`mutilated').gur chréachtnaigh ┐ gur chiorrbhaigh sochaidhe
35. . . dhíobh, CRR² 37 . ?o cearptardi a cuctlí / atbertar cid
Picti, Todd Nenn. 130.19 (?leg. cearptar dia . . .).
(b) diminishes,cuts short :c. ¤ sam súaill sruth`summer
cuts the stream small
', Ériu xvii 89 § 3 .lúdh mo chuirpse go
gciorrbhaid, Aithd. D. 92.13 .ciorrbhuighthear bliadhna
40na bpeacthach(breviabuntur), TSh. 2678 .ciorróig Dia
dream na fallsóireachta(perdere), Párl. na mB. 1872 .
(c) mortifies :go gciorrbhadh a cholann féin, TSh. 7220 .
do ciorrbhadh a chorp lé Colum C. . . . lé troscadh, Keat.
iii 1635 .
45?a Medb . . . / nīt cerb cāime nūachair, TBC² 2283 =
nít chredb, Táin 2696 .
Vn. cerbad.

?cerbala: n cerbhala .i. cogad,ut est. . . cin uaill ┐ ceruala
(: -dermana)` contention ', O'Dav. 546 .

50 cerbsire xseecirbsire.

cerbtha io, iā part.ofcerbaid. hacked, lacerated:beit cuirp
c. ¤ , LU 4590 .cuirp cirrthi ┐ cnis cerbta, CCath. 6089 .Cf.
cirrthe.

cerc n ā,f. hen :c. ¤ gl.gallina, Ir. Gl. 196 .smacht peata chuirre
55┐ circe, Laws iv 114.10 .cearc gan run, v 80.12 .nomad loighi
na circi in gac en da henaib, iii 380.2 Comm. da miach ar
circ cein dotas, miach ar caileach cein n-iunas, v 82.16 Comm.
cerca ┐ geodh, 166.19 Comm. gl.eoin aititin`domestic fowl',
5 .seig .i. seboc (.i.) foxla orcu ┐ cerca, O'Dav. 1480 .c. ¤ i
60cill, crand eidneanach(opprobrious epithet), IT iii 89 § 115 .
comeis lini oen chirci`as much as the clutch of eggs of one hen',
Cog. 48.y .Cf. Caithr. CC 1.y .uga cercc, Aisl. MC 101.3 .
gan uiread eoin chirce da mhaoin féin ar chumas fhir an
tighe, Keat. iii 2756 . ?tria ḟochond na hoenbreithe / fó
65cia beith c. ¤ i trebad, LL 6322 .
Offemaleof otherbirds: c. ¤ fraich re aidche n-adhuair
grouse , Acall. 3679 .guth circe fráoich an tsléibhe, Buile S.
152.11 .Cf. cercai odrai / a frāech rūad, K. and H. 27 .
a hūi Scandail, / a scīan espa, / a ch. ¤ usci, / a choss escra
70 water-hen (as opprobrious epithet), Bruchst. 32 § 73 ( IT
iii 102 § 191 ).
C. ¤ Boirche name of alegendary bird: Ard Fothaidh . . .
Fothad Airgthech . . . conatail and co cend teora coigtighes
fri foghar ceirce Bairche, Dinds. 89 .dia faigdi 'mo oen deirc
75i ndon circe Boirche rucsat an eceis aniar, 64 .an Chearc
Bhoirche, DDána 121.29 .Cearc Bhoirche . . . / gér chúis
iomráidh a hainm sin, Studies 1921, 257 § 3 .
quercname of a letter in Énogam, Auraic. 5694 .
Asn. pr. f. C. ¤ ingen Echach, LL 354b57 . In n. pr.m. Cú
80Cercca, Cóir Anm. 214 .

cercdae adj io, iā(cerc):c. ¤ gl.gallinacius, Sg. 58b2 . See also
tudes Celt. xi 126 f.

cercend n .i. cūairt aimsire .i.a circino[.i.] ōn gabalrind,
Corm. Y 210 .

85 cerchaill n f. g s.andn p. -e. Earlier-l.cerchaill n s.(:ngel-
Chuind), IGT Decl. ex. 537 .cearchuill d s.(:ealchuing),
ex. 876 . (Lat.cervical). IGT Decl. § 13 . pillow,bolster,cushion :
cerchail . . .ab eo quod est ceruical . . . ceruus[.i.] ag n-allaid
┐ is dia biand idhe dognīt[h]er comēt imon clūim, Corm.
Y 297 .cércaillgl.ceruical, Ir. Gl. 979 .diam dlaí di chi[u]nn
5adairt, direnar dagc. ¤ , Críth Gabl. 229 .iter cerchailli ┐ gaimniu
suidi, 403 .comnaige cacha cercailli .i. c. ¤ coitcenn . . . .i.
do brecanaib ┐ do cerchaillib`resting on each bed',
Laws v 486.19 , 488.26 Comm. immon cerchaeill( 1 Sam. xix 13 ),
SR 5976 .a n-errad . . . do brothrachaib . . . ┐ cholcthib ┐
10cerchaillib, LU 8071 ( FB 4 ).c. ¤ cloiche fona c[h]ionn, Anecd.
iii 5.1 .comrad chindcherchailli, TBC 3 .corop c. ¤ cach
fót feránach, CRR 6 ( LL 22719 ).fri cercail croicni allta,
BB 497a34 .og chirchi i cathair . . . ┐ cerchaill tairis,
Ériu v 28.11 .dob i an chroch a leabaidh, ┐ an coroin sbini a cercaill,
15 Smaointe B. Chr. 4051 .cearchoill shuain, O'Hara 3973 .
mo chearchuill chodalta(fig. of a patron), DDána 70.22 .
céim ar chearchaill going to bed(?), Measgra D. 52.20 .Leath
Chuinn na (leg.'na) cearchuill sgoile`a school-couch', Content.
xxiii 17 .cearchall, cluaschan, pileir,a pillow, Eg. Gl.
20 199 .