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3 cern n o,m. victory,triumph;exploit,spoils(?): c. ¤ .i. buaid,
75 undeConall Cernach, Corm. Y 293 . So also Cóir Anm. 252 .
`c. ¤ ' búaidh, Met. Gl. 12 § 18 .is tú láech na cernd ┐ na
comram(to C. Cernach), LU 8135 ( FB 10 ).caín tintaí
chucum co cernaib co cennaib(of C. Cernach), 8310 ( FB
23 ,rhet.).granne genite cruan c. ¤ Con Culaind cathbuadaig,
80 LL 14234 (rhet.).cīallḟlaith immurgu, con-gaib side a
chrícha cen choscru cen chernu, ZCP xi 86 § 46 .mór a
cearna fria tuireamh, Hard. ii 296.4 (.i. a bhuadha). do
cernuib Conrui (.i. do buadhaib nó do ghnímuibh), Ériu ii 5.12 .
Obscure:c. ¤ eter crethaib / curethar crúaid, LU 8645 ( FB
85 48 ,rhet.).conid fri cernu crúadchassa / tri .c. chorae comlána
/ úasind rurig rathrúanaid, 7424 (BDDrhet.).cuinnfi .i.
co cubhaidh,ut estdirenar cuinnfi cuchta cerna`men's
faces
', O'Dav. 346 .is lán Heriu dia clanna[i]b / c. ¤ co soírḟuil,
LL 4880 .Cing co cerrnn dia cerrn-seomh / im mac Perrnn a
n-ainmseomh, Todd Nenn. 142.5 .
5 cearn .i. fear, O'Cl. (prob. an inference).
? Compd.rohīr dam . . . .x. saine cernd claidhem(leg.
cernd-chl. ten kinds of victory-swords?), Ériu ii 3.12 (.i.
coscrach nó búadhach, H.3.18;cern,v.l.).

cerna ind?leg. cerndae(3 cern):is é cride ch. ¤ Chuinn(of a
10king), SG 385.23 .caera cach mná c. ¤ / samasc cacha selba
(of tribute), 383.23 .Cf. fri fer ... comcernda (comnda, MS.) ... frit, IT ii2246.62

1 cernach adj o, ā(1 cern) (a) angular, havingcorners :gia mag and
in cúlach c. ¤ ochrach glennachsa, LL 8606 (TBC).bruiden
. . . chúlach ch. ¤ , MU² 204 .cen broind cóicduirn comlethain
15cernaig . . . cethirochair, LB 217b64 (cernaig . . . om.
Aisl. MC 75.17 ).do laruachtar eanbruithi choiri cernaig Concobair,
YBL 177a51 .
(b)having anexcrescence(?): Conall C. ¤ didiu .i. cearn
robói assa lethchinn. . . . Is dé bá C., Cóir Anm. 251 .

20 2 cernach adj o, ā(3 cern) victorious,triumphant :bid c. ¤ , bid
cathbúadach, ZCP xi 87 § 52 ( LL 37625 ).Aed eangach na
nuachath / cathcro cearnach, IT iii 89 § 116 .c. ¤ caur cruaid-
gniad, Corp. Gen. 9.8 .Conall comhrumhach .i. cearnach,
O'C. 2410 ( Eg. 88,32 (33)b ).cearnach .i. buadach, Stowe
25Gl. 29 . ?cearnach dubhairt Dīa do adhradh, ZCP viii 198
§ 24 .
As epithet of Conall son of Amorgin:Conall C. ¤ . . . .i.
Conall trénḟer, . . . nó Conall C. ¤ .i. Conall buádhach, Cóir
Anm. 252 .cearn .i. buaid.unde diciturConall C. .i. buadach
30insin, Thr. Ir. Gl. 11 . Assubst. clann an chernoigh Chonoill,
Sitzb. 1919, 93 § 36 . Asn. pr. m. C. ¤ Sotal, BColm. 72.2 .
Níall mac Cernaigh Sotail, RC xvii 210.15 (Tig.).

? 3 cernach: n c. ¤ .i. buaidh lāmdicitur, ar cach dan dognīat
lāmhae is cerd dongairther, O'Mulc. 222 (?leg. cerdach).

35 cernaigid v(1 cern) causesanexcrescencein (?): bai in duirb
sin a laimh in maic . . . gu ra tholl an lámh ┐ gurus cernaigh,
Cóir Anm. 251 (`consumed').

? cernalach: ind rī(g) . . . / ciar, c. ¤ , caras cath, SR 943 (: drenn-
galach. ?Leg. cerngalach).

40 ? cerndae xseecerna.

cerndubán n(?1 cern+4 dubán) (a)name of somesea-mammal
orfish: fothond .i. muclaithe, īarsindī bīs fo thuind amail
in cerndubhān, Corm. Y 662 . (b) hornet :cen ḟoche, cen
chernuban, acht beich . . . Temhrach, Airne F. 343 (cear-
45nudhbháin, 23 N 4,163.11 ).cuirfe mé chérnabháin romhad
hornets, Exod. xxiii 28 .do chuir mé an ceárnabhan romhuibh,
Josh. xxiv 12 .

? cerpae: ind fomnis fomnis in fer mbraine c. ¤ fomnis díad dergae,
LU 10885 (rhet.).

50 cerr adj o, ā (a) crooked,wry,maimed :sōais [C.] [in muilend]
reime ar tuáthbel, conid Muilenn C. ¤ ōsin alle hē, BColm.
58.26 ; 102.23 .sronch. ¤ M., Auraic. 5243 ( LL 5097 ).baccach
no dall no bodhar no cérr, TTr.² 1485 (`lefthanded').in
ben is bacach lam .i. in ben c. ¤ `crippled', Laws i 142.1 Comm.
55 inghen ch. ¤ marbhlamach . . . ┐ a lamh dhes arna táth fría
táobh, BNnÉ 296 § 28 (inghen ciorbhach,v.l.).Lughaidh
. . . , nár ch. ¤ , Misc. Celt. Soc. 30.y .an té sin nach faghthar
acht cearr, / foidhnne is fearr a dhéanamh leis perverse(?),
Dánfhocail 229 . As epithet:maic Achir Chirr, Met. Dinds.
60 iii 68.41 ( LL 19991 ).la E. Cendselach c. ¤ , LL 7062 .Conid
c. ¤ rexDal Riati, AU i 98.7 (an.629).Fig. atvariance
with(?): ni c. ¤ fri brig buidni bla / ferr cach ríg ri cos' tuctha,
SR 7667 .
(b) InB. na f. dumb :assa ós (.i. bél) is cearr (.i. balbh)
65gach creath (.i. gach eladha), ZCP v 484 § 7 (B. na f.).
oscar . . . os gin ┐ c. ¤ balb, O'Dav. 1326 .
Compd. ¤ -bél wry-mouth(epithet): F. Cerrbhel .i. . . .
caime bái ina bhél, Cóir Anm. 131 .D. mic Cerbaill . . . .i.
cerrball .i. cerrbeol .i. bél c. ¤ , SG 82.16 .

70 cerrbaccán n[o,m.] (cerr+baccán)name of someroot vege-
table: do chainnind, do ch. ¤ ` carrots ', Aisl. MC 39.5 .co
briscén mbanrīgna .i. cerrbacan, 99.20 .capall senshaille
cona crūaibh cerrboccan, 124.18 .incerrbocan gl.eruca
`the colewort?', RC ix 232.7 . ? Here: cauda capallina.i.
75speab nó cearrbacac, Arch. i 334.42 .

cerrbach n o,m. cerrbhach m., IGT Decl. § 22 (76.1) . gambler :
na gcliar ┐ na gc. ¤ , ALC ii 398.12 .Concobur c. ¤ , AU ii 476.8
(`the Long-haired').Conchobhar na gCearbhach, Hy Maine
122.11 .ar chearrbhach ainbhfeasach from an inexperienced
80gambler
, Mac Aingil 3338 .do-gheabha tú cearrbhach, ┐, má
labharthar ar chúis imeartha . . ., 2075 .an tan bhíos an
cearrbhach agá gcor i mála na foirne(of chessmen), TSh.
863 .do sliocht an chearrbhaigh, FM v 1338.3 .lé díslibh
meallta . . . nó tré ainbhḟios an cheárrbhuidh, Donl. 98.3 .

85 cerrbachas n o,m.(cerrbach) gambling,play :rún cearrbhachuis
mo chomthuigh, KMMisc. 246 § 3 .