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cétḟechtach adj(cétḟecht)of or belonging to thefirst time :fiadnaise
. . . mna fri huaithne .i. in tan is cetfechtach, O'C. 2147
( Eg. 88,3(4)a ) =is cét iceachtach, O'Don. 675 ( H. 3.17,494 ).

cétgíallnae n(1 cét-+gíallnae)name of the closest form of
5association between lord and unfree client.Theflaith c. ¤ had
a greater claim on the services of his unfree clients than had
thef. forgíallnaand theflaith cuitrid, Thurn. ZCP xiv 337
(seeforgiallna).for cetgiallna, 362 § 20 .gach cet giallna,
O'C. 1894 ( 23 P 3,22c ).flaith cetgiallna i n-aititin flatha
10forgiallna, O'Don. 2362 ( Rawl. B 506,42c ).cach cor .i.
cetgiallna, Laws ii 284.11 Comm.

cétgnúisid n(1 cét-+1 gnúis)m., IGT Decl. § 52 .tú cētgnúisid
atacomnaic isind ailen you are the first to come to the island,
Aisl. MC 122.18 . ?dul leam a ceann bur gcūiseadh / is cur
15a ceann chédghnúiseadh, IGT Decl. ex. 1327 .Cf. arannaisc
a chētgnúis [cel]`his first presence', RC xxvi 32 § 144 .i. is
é cétgnuis dochuaid i mbás peccaid, LL 24621 .

cétgrinne n(1 cét-, second elem. uncertain):céitgrinne fínogl.
nectar, Sg. 122a2 .cétgrinnæ, Thes. ii 46.22 .cétgrindi foilci,
20 Ir. Gl. 1045 .cét-ghrinne a ḟergi`first paroxism', MR 248.24 .

cétguin n(1 cét-+guin)firstwounding :cedghein .i. céd ghuin.
is uadh cédghein a laighnibh,etc., O'Cl. neimh cédghúine,
Ériu xiii 21.3 .debtha . . . im chetguine muicce, LL 7776
(TBC).is e Fraech fodesin rucc a cetguine uile(of hunting),
25 TBFr. 16 § 5 .co rohuicc secht cētguini`murderous blows',
Fianaig. 12.12 .ba gnath buaidh cecha cedghuine ag an
cConn sa first encounter(?), Hugh Roe² 310.18 .coica
cetguine, Ériu v 212.111 .

cétguinech n(cétguin) quick-wounding :crích na coibden cét-
30guinech, Met. Dinds. iii 304.18 .M. cas céadghuineach,
DDána 71.3 .

? cétguinid n(cétguin):cetguinid clossach firstslayer (?), LL
1763 .

cethach: adj Oilill C. ¤ . . . C. ¤ .i. beimnech, Cóir Anm. 204 =
35 Cethech, Rawl. 124a14 .

cethair num. adj. four . On distinction of gender see Auraic.
4704 ff. M.andn. nom. c. ¤ tóraic, Críth Gabl. 530 .┐ che(i)thir
méich mracha, 139 .cethir cinid, Ériu xvi 182 § 31 .cethir
chét (chet, cet, MSS.), Fél. Sept. 1 .cetir h-oll-choigid Erenn,
40 Celt. Rev. iv 120.3 .a cheithir maic side, ZCP viii 312.5 .
Accus.(see Thurn. Gramm. 246 ):etir inna cethri fersu, Ml.
58a11 .na ceithri raithiu, Blathm. 226 .Gen. co n-airchai
cethre traige[d] ndeec, Críth Gabl. 135 .ceithri ndam,
BDD² 814 .carpat cethri secht cumal, LL 10072 (TBC).Dat. cona
45ceitri primhblasaibh, Blathm. 85 .Fem. nom. cet[h]oir flathæ,
ZCP iii 453.16 .cet[h]oir trebairi (cetheoire,v.l.), 1 .cetheoir
baí, Críth Gabl. 389 .cetheoira aicsin, Ml. 118d10 (inter-
mediate spelling, Thurn. Gramm. 242 ).cetheoræ crosfigell
laisim`he uses four cross vigils' (with sg. noun ?), Mon. Tall.
50 138.5 .cethora primfodla, IT iii 6.4 .cethora ōa,
RC xxiv 143.16 .Accus. hi cetheora flescæ, ZCP iii 460 n.20 .dicoissin
cetheora déisi, Críth Gabl. 321 .for cethora benna na gabla,
LU 4799 (TBC).cethēora flathi, ZCP xi 86 § 44 .fó chethéor
arda=per totum circuitum, Trip.² 565 (cf. cetharaird).
55 Gen. áes cetheora mblíadnae, Críth Gabl. 34 .mithissi
cetheora n-var fichet, RC xi 450.1 .Dat. clár findruine and
co cetheoraib auaib, TBFr. 91 .co cetheora ngem, Acall.
4958 v.l.
After the O. Ir. period the formceithriis used for all
60genders and cases:ceithri bliadna fichet, Anecd. i 5.22
(scribal expansion of.iu.forceitheóra, SCano p. x).cetri
gnuse, Hib. Min. 3.78 .cet[h]ri dorais, ZCP viii 108.13 .
cethri coicid herenn, RC iii 179.3 .ceithre catha, ML² 2086 .
ceartchosair ceithri ṅdrong, BDD² 811 .do seichedaib ceithri
65tarb, TTebe 1484 .foreand na cethri long fichet, Mer. Uil.²
173 .dina ceithri sráitib, BDD² 154 .baei C. a ceithri cairp-
thig i 1Lifiu, 127 . Alsocethra:cetra .l. cen miri, LU 3983
( SC 45 ).na cethra meic, BLism. 77d37 .cetra lá, Acall. 775
(cetri,v.l., Murphy Lyrics p. 142 ).cethra scribaill fichet,
70 Airne F. 358 .ceathra: leathna, DDána 65.6 . (ceithre :
beirthe, 34.22 ).ceard na gceathra ndúl, 5.31 .ar cheathra
hairdibh an domhain, TSh. 17 (ar na ceithre hairdibh, 26 ).
Initial ofceithre cethrausually lenited in late MSS., see
DDána, TSh., Párl. na mB.:ar na cheithre súbháilcibh, Párl.
75na mB. 2015 (ceithre, TSh. 26 cited above). For treatment
of follg. initial in later lang.cf. an focal nach bí d'uathadh ┐
d'iollradh, lom as cóir a ainm iollraidh a ndíaigh cheithir
┐ cheathair, IGT Introd. § 18 (see Bard. Synt. Tr. 183 )
i.e.when folld. by noun with form of ns.cheithreandcheathra
80do not affect a follg. consonant but prefix h to vowels, while
cheithirandcheathairlenite (only one ex. is available for
the form ending in -r. For the other form the general rule
would appear to be as in the case oftrí,q.v.). Exx. (apart
from gen.), with ns. form are rare,cf. Críth Gabl. 530 , Mon.
85Tall. 138.5 and Acall. 4958 v.l.cited above).do cheathra
druimne, DDána 65.6 .ceithre huirrdhighthe, IGT Introd.
2.3 .ceithre chuid, Content. vi 48 .ceis cheathair fhaobhar
(: hEachaidh), IGT Introd. § 18 (for ceatharfhaobhar metri
gratia?).
Subst.and absol. uses:na cethuir`the four', Laws i 256.z .
5 a c. ¤ do linni four (days), iv 220.3 (.iiii., Ériu xvii 76.8 ).
a dáu no a trí nó [a] c. ¤ , Críth Gabl. 461 .cá mhéid . . . ?
A ceathair, Donl. 156.14 .nod-randsat hi c. ¤ , RC ix 486.8 .
latri c. ¤ cethrachat fifty-two(?), SR 116 .fichi bliadan sa c. ¤
twenty-four, Rawl. 163b37 .a c. ¤ dēg . . . do . . ., Fl. Earls
10 92.12 .co fu ch. ¤ `four times', Ériu xix 62 § 18 .fochetair,
Hib. Min. 12.418 .xui. bliadna fa ch. ¤ (: fialchrechaig), LL
14854 ( MacCarthy 164.6 ).Calann Enair for Mairt ┐ c. ¤
uathaid furri`the fourth day of the moon', Ann. Conn. 1409.1 .
ar . . . denoim . . . cairdiusa Crist risin darna fer d[i]obh [┐]
15a ceathair risin fear eili`after he had . . . acted as godfather
to (the child of) the latter and as co-sponsor with the other
',
Ann. Inisf. 1305.4 . ?coná fríth leó eigin dia fhostadh acht
na cethra(of a cleric), FM ii 720.15 . ?in-aimsir Aeda iar
c. ¤ , Fen. 220.15 .
20Compds. (a) With sg. nouns in sensefour(fold). See
cetharaird.foseted cetharbolcc, RC xi 444.26 `a foursquare
bellows
', Meyer Contribb.ceathairbricht(a metre),
IT iii 99.3 .cet[h]ar-dam Ulcain`V.'s four oxen', TTr.² 1 .in
ceathardamh co n-irdam / ro threabsat tir Parrtolan, BB
25 25a31 .fri ré cethar-denais four days, PH 3854 .ar cethardoit
tire`in the four lands', Laws iv 162.4 .cethar-dubhladh=
quadruplicacio, Ir. Gl. 931 . Seecethardúil. ?cethardhul,
Ériu xiii 26.7 .cetharech lais four steeds, Críth Gabl. 345 .
cethochrus no ceatharfochrus bruit derg imbi, TBC² 3395
30(cf. cathḟochrus).cetharliber in tsoscēl, Corm. Y 248 .
an cetharlebar sosceli`the four books of the Gospels', Mon.
Tall. 138.1 . ?ethech . . . fo cethar-lebrai soscelai,
Ériu vii 156.20 . ?marid carnn senchind chon ind rīg / ní bu hen
(leg.ṡen) cét cetharlīth, ZCP viii 308.5 . ?a challech ón
35chetharlocht / a dind callech sonaide, LL 308b26 ( SG 389.42 ).
suidigter do corp a cethurraen`cross-roads', Lism. L. 634 .
Seecethairríad.mo sherc / . . . / is cetharruinn talman, IT
i 124.13 (TE).dligid cetharslechta aithgabala fourfold, O'C.
781 ( H. 3.18,366a ) (form ?).Cothraige / cetharthrebe`of the
40four households
', Thes. ii 309.3 (Hy. ii).
(b) As in (a) but givingadjectivalcompds.:ceithirbheann,
Duan. Finn ii 278 § 110 ` four-peaked ', Gloss.C. Ceithirchenn
`C. Fourheads', Dinds. 78 ( RC xv 478 ) (c. Ceithirchennach,
ibid.479).Cermun cetharchend, LL 26324 `cattle-headed',
45Meyer Contribb. ( Met. Dinds. iii 88 ).araile ech . . . fulud
cetharchrua, LL 24868 . ?cecht cuna fedhain techta cethar-
dam ┐rl., O'C. 1982 ( H. 4. 22,20 ).brat corcra cethardiabail,
IT ii1177.91 =sagum quadrum, p. 214 .F. cethar-derc
four-eyed , AU i 274.16 . ?ae cethardorus, O'C. 444 ( H. 3.18,
50 238b ) =cethardhoruis, O'Don. 533 ( H. 3. 17,431 ) =-dorais,
O'Don. 576 (443).cin con cetardoruis, 2226 (Nero A vii, 152b).
Seecetharchair.
(c) With adjj. Seecetharchubaid.traig cethargairitgl.
proceleusmaticum`foot of four short syllables', Sg. 7b13 .cen
55broind coíc-duirn . . . cethirláin capacious, Aisl. MC 75.17
(see p. 205).laech cetherlethan comremar, LL 11893 ( TBC
5281 ).ceathar-sgaoilte, ML 128.6 .
(d) With adjj. derived from nouns:ind long cethararddidi,
LU 1952 ( FA 2 ).mattal cethar-bennach, LB 148a37 .
60 D. chetharchichech, LL 349g16 .cathbarr . . . ceithircimsach
four-edged, CF 286 .ac na hainmindtib cetarcosacha quadrupeds ,
Rosa Ang. 224.8 . Aisl. MC 127.30 .int anmanda
cetharchosta, TTebe 159 .bruiden . . . cethardoirsech, MU²
204 .an eorna chethardruimnech, O'Dav. 1475 .atáid
65tenid . . . cethirdrumnig cethirdórsig, Aisl. MC 63.5 .a ráith
ceathardhruimneach, IGT Introd. § 99 .da triliss . . . ┐ fighe
chethur-dhúalach for cechtar n-ai fourfold plait, IT i 119.21
(TE Eg.).corp . . . cethar-dúilech, Add. 4783,7a1 (cited
Meyer Contribb.).saigde . . . cethareochracha (= cetharchair),
70 Alex. 181 .claideb cethar-fáebrach, Laud 610,8a
(cited Plummer MS. notes).cetha[r]litridegl.tetragrammaton,
Ml. 127d1 .cona laind cetherliterdai ina láim containing
four letters
. Alex. 87 .anamain cain cetherreach .i. gusna
cethre reaib ogha ellgiter innti .i. da re soirce ┐ da re
75doirce, O'C. 581 ( H. 3.18,288 ) (see1 anamain. Second
element uncertain, but above etymol. accepted by Thurneysen,
IT iii 165 ).deich mba ┐ samaisc a nanamain in tan nach
ceathar foglach: bó ar fichit . . . in tan is ceatharrigach,
O'Don. 980 ( H. 3.17,779 ).cetharregac, O'C. 2059 ( H. 4. 22,
80 64b ).a. ceithir-riatach, O'Don. 979 ( H. 3.17,778 ).h-ímaigen
. . . charpait cethirriata (= cethairríad), LB 235a43 .cuig
carpait cetharriata, Mart. Don. xxxv 9 .carpat cæm
ceith[ir]riada` four-horsed ', TTebe 2694 .atáid tenid . . .
cethirscoltigde, Aisl. MC 63.6 .cethar-tinnide composed of
85four metals
(Daniel's image), Rawl. B. 512,69d (cited
Plummer MS. notes).trosdán cetharuillennach, SG 44.24 .
ceithreuilinnach, Ir. Astr. Tr. 98.1 .ecclas cetaruillech, BNnÉ
235 § 157 .