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85 cet(h)nat n[ā,f.] (1 cit. See Marstrander, ZCP vii 403 - 4 ). sheep :
cetnait .i. caora, [ut est] seicib cetnait cuich, O'Dav. 359 .
cetnait .i. caora, O'Mulc. 278 .`ceathnaid' cáora, Met. Gl.
12 § 17 .roherbadh do cethnait comhair a tighe techt ina
lías, Ériu xiii 27.21 (rocetnaitt, O'Dav. 576 ).ceathair isin
ceathnait, O'Don. 658 ( H. 3.17,489a ).cendtair airdlesa ar
5uan[aibh] ana / na ro denat cetnata .i. . . . degla a ccaorca
do diul, Leb. Gab. 32.4 .gair chetnata, Met. Dinds. iv 368.11
=ceathnata, Acall. 452 =cechnata, SG 104.6 .ce[tnat]
cromm, Ériu vii 6.20 .an cheathnad (: bog), Aithd. D.
50.26 .croicenn clum-dub ceatnaiti, MR 186.7 .minda ┐
10ceathnata (.i. caoiridh), FM i 414.4 .ag breith . . . a ccethnat
cclumhfoto chuca, Hugh Roe² 34.11 .
Compd.dfheólaibh . . . ccethnatmolt` wethers ', Hugh Roe²
284.15 .

cethrach adj(cethrae):don eing cheathraigh full ofherds , DDána
15 89.10 .

cethracha num nt,m.(cethair). O. Ir.cethorcho(see Thurn.
Gramm. 208 ). IGT Decl. § 8 (gender?). forty :ceathracha
nó ceathrachad .i. dá fhichead, O'Cl. coic cethorchuit béim-
men, Wb. 17d2 .cethorchae de rígaib, Fél. Apr. 3 .do trib
20cethorchait aidci`thrice forty nights', Mon. Tall. 136.8 .iar
cetharchait aidchi, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 50.17 . ?baeth
cach [cor] clumtar cetharchataib, O'Mulc. 282 .cocenn ceth-
rachat lathe, SR 4100 .cethracha dam, Sc. M² 6 (see MS
readings).ro fera cethrachait mo chomlund I can fight forty,
25 LU 10274 .fri re in cethrachat mbliadan, PH 5736 .hi
trichtaib ┐ cethrachtaib, Trip.² 2258 .mór cethrachat many
forties
, TTr.² 1435 .gus an gceathracha till the Deluge, Keat.
i 146.4 .viimad rann cethorchat one forty-seventh, BCr. 18½d
( Thes. ii 13 ).in dara rann cethrachat, Laws ii 370.18 Comm.
30 ocht ríg cetrachat, LL 15395 .da cet .m. ┐ a cethar cethrachat
`and forty-four', Laws i 28.10 Comm. secht cathae ar
chetharchait, ZCP viii 313.34 .oen bliadain ar cethrachait,
PH 219 .fo cethrachait`forty times', Ériu xix 66 § 32 .

cethrachatmad num(cethracha) fortieth :ar an gceathrachadmhadh
35lá, TSh. 5294 .

cethrachtach num(cethracha):as ind aimsir chethrachtaig-se in
chorghais=quadragesimali tempori, PH 4928 .

cethrachus n(cethair):iso flaithius in cethrir sin atberair c. ¤ ,
LB 143b54 ` tetrarchy ', Plummer MS notes.

40 cethrae n iā,f.(cethir) collect.Cf. a s inceithri , TBC² 1718 . Freq. with pl. inflection and/or
verb, and the forms from Ml. 69 cited below could, among
others, also be taken aspl.ofcethir. animals,cattle,flocks,
herds :cethra .i. cae doib ithra, ut estáin cethra as do gort,
O'Dav. 513 .ceathra .i. áirnéis, O'Cl. amal ara-mberat
45biuth inna cethrai . . . inna sástu`as the cattle enjoy', Ml.
69a19 .fo chosmailius c. ¤ `after the fashion of a beast' (beasts?),
b3 .in n-intamail inna pecthach fri cethrai`with cattle', c7 .
oc ingaireu na cetra, Vita Br. 12 `herding the cattle', Irish
Hist. Studies i 124.6 .amal mart forrecar la cona no mucca
50no c. ¤ , Laws iv 178.18 .adgainethar húad do chách besa ch. ¤
in dá n-e(i)rrech ndédenach, Críth Gabl. 563 .dul fo . . .
chobuir cethre ar chonaib . . . ingaire cethræ`to help cattle
against wolves . . . to herd cattle
', Ériu xx 160.14 .cacha
cethri i críchaib cach ḟlathemon, ZCP xi 83 § 28 .as ai allta
55┐ cethrai (: ad-chí), Blathm. 194 .a mbaí di cethrib and,
LU 1627 .rocarsat a cethre hé, RC xv 308.8 .do cethraibh
cáich, Ériu xiii 32.26 .an chethra as mó cia dú a biät,
Immrama 61 § 66 (= Anecd. i 58 § 66 ).fæl . . . iter ceithrib
`wolf . . . among cattle', TTebe 1603 .d'fhionn-fhuaradh
60ceathra is daoine, Content. vi 72 .ainmhidhe as gach cethra,
Ériu v 94.12 .galair imdha eli ar dainibh ┐ ar cethra, BCC
156.13 .

cethraimthech adj(cethramthu):do cuarsciet[h]aib cetraimteac-
[h]aib` quadrangular ', CCath. 4983 .

65 cethrairib n d p.(cethrar):dunaib c. ¤ gl.quaternionibus, Thes.
i 497.16 (Ardm.).

cethramad o, ā(cethair) ord.num. fourth . Lateruninflected
( Thurn. Gramm. 230 ): quarta.i. cethramadh, Ir. Gl. 142 .
in ch. ¤ accuis, Ml. 118d18 .a buith far c. ¤ `that it is of the
70fourth (declension
)', Sg. 106b19 .ainm inna cethramthæ
dúalchæ, ZCP iii 26.15 .'sinchethramaid essergi, SR 8241 .
iar forbu na cethraime dec, PH 5108 .iár c. ¤ laithiugl.
quartana die, Thes. i 497.13 (Ardm.).hisinc. ¤ ceniul na
sulbaire, Hib. Min. 13.440 .in c. ¤ bliadain`every fourth year',
75 Laws iv 168.4 .c. ¤ gnim the fourth piece of work, SR 4209 .
cosin cetramad ndorus, LU 2105 ( FA 17 ).c. ¤ déc sin ésci
14th, PH 5070 .do rér an cethramhadh I. Pápa, RSClára
112b .do'n cheathramhadh hAithne, Donl. 80.16 . In
`completive' sense (see Lochlann iii 287 ff. ):tri hesbada . . .
80┐ issí seo in c. ¤ esbaid, Acall. 5277 .na trī cūigidh . . . ┐ an
cethramadh cōiged, ML² 1388 .One of four:in c. ¤ nech is
ferr`one of the four best men', RC xxiii 424 § 44 .an c. ¤ fer
. . . fuair bás, Acall. 3589 (see Gloss.).in c. ¤ mog fichet
one of the 24 slaves, Dinds. 69 .

85 cethramthu n n,f.(cethramad). Latercethraimthe,cethraime,
cethrama(somet. uninfl.).cethratta, Críth Gabl. 127 v.l.
cethruman, Laws ii 398.18 .cethramha, IGT Decl. § 9 .
cethraimhe(with optionaldentalinfl. inpl.), § 3 . quarter,
fourth part .
(a)teora huara cecha cethramthan digl.quatuor partes
5noctis, Ml. 95d8 .teora cethramdin huaregl.dodrante, BCr.
25c1 .ind lethbargin ┐ ind cethramtu, Mon. Tall. 151.z .
a tri a ceathramthu(of number 12), Auraic. 1448 =cethraime,
3059 .cethrumthu bairgine, Anecd. i 7.24 ( SCano 224 ).in
tan rancutar cethrumthi in t-srotha when they were a quarter
10of the way across
, Alex. 679 .maille cethramhuin úaire,
RSClára 82a .cethraime fer n-Erenn, RC xvii 416.18 (Tig.).
teora cethraimthi fer n-Erenn, xii 426 § 10 .don cethraimthi,
§ 12 .teora cethramthana(n p.), LL 2027 .nisfuicfe
achtmad cethramthain, LB 242b85 ( Ms. Mat. 633 ).in c. ¤
15thérna d'ḟeraib rige [hE.], LL 2034 .ceatrame do dhainibh,
BB 37b15 .
(b)Freq. in legal contexts ofportionsofpenalties,produce,
etc.: lan ┐ leth, trian ┐ c. ¤ , Laws i 258.z .sellach dosli cethram-
thain feich, 242.3 .ailid cethramthain a thoraid, iv 194.3 .
20 teora cethramna, v 320.22 .t[ri] colp[ta] trín ┐ da cholp-
thaigh cethraimhe worth (liable for?)one fourth,
Ériu xiii 45.13 .cethruimthi ratha, Laws iii 328.16 Comm.
(c)Of thequartered human body: roptís do renga rigthi
┐ do chetramain scaílte ricfaitís úaim dochom in dúnaid
25 your torn limbs, LU 5660 ( TBC² 1183 ).na n-ágib minta ┐
na cethramthanaib fodalta, TBC 2979 .dorónadh cethramhna
comhroinnte díobh they were quartered, FM v 1676.12 . Note
also:do bhúail mé ar mo cheathramhuin=thigh,
Jer. xxxi 19 .tairfeith, ceathramhan, sliasad, Eg. Gl. 577 .
30(d) Of animals:cethraime na muici no da cois na muici
fo braghait, Sc. M² 18 R .ní bha bruithi . . . in mucc co
indistar fir cacha ceatramhan dí, BB 262b5 .ceathramha
deiridh . . . an ceathramha deiridh eile . . . ceathramha cind
. . . in ceathramha eile, Feis TC 553 .an madra agá mbíonn
35saoid sáighte 'na cheathramhuin, Párl. na mB. 1787 .
(e) part;district,quarter ; name of a measure of land (see
Stud. Celt. i 15 , Mann. and Cust. i 153 ):isin ceathromain
deisceartaig don tig, Ériu v 232.5 .c. ¤ Tighi Midchuarta,
YBL 419ax .an chethraimhe fa nesa di don chathraigh,
40 FM vi 2012.18 .dá cheathramhuin féin=to his quarter, Is.
xlvii 15 .deich mba cacha cethraman, Met. Dinds. iii 310.104
`quarter of land', Gloss.go ceathramhain Bhaile Bhiataigh,
ML 110.2 . See Hog. Onom. Note also:do fhaguibh a
mhuinntir ar chethramh san bhaile sin`left his men quartered
45in that town
', Rel. Celt. ii 204.35 .gan cethramh do thabhairt
do dhuine ar bioth to spare no one, 194.31 .
(f)As measure ofquantity,weight,etc.: deich fichit
leathuṅga . . . ┐ deich fichit cethramthan, TBC² 2231 .ceath-
ruma co leit do siucra, Rosa Ang. 312.x .cethramthi n-ōil
50o cach aithech, Ir. Texts i 19 § 5 .
(g) Metr. fourthpart of aquatrain,line (see IT iii 128 ):
for deriud na cetramthan tusighe, 26.24 .ín ceathramtana
mor m̅c Adhumnain so sis, 92 § 139 (see p. 159).sé sillæba
ina cethramnaib(of the metre rinnaird), Fél.² vii 11 .amail
55is cuibhdi comfada a ceathramuna, IGT Metr. Faults § 13 .
(h) In Laws appar.period offour days (cf. cethramad?):
a dligid for cethraimthain, Laws i 144.25 .i. ceithri laithe aicenta,
146.22 Comm. i forba na tri cethraman`the thrice four days',
148.14 Comm. apadh teora cethruimthe, 80.z Comm.
60 dithim cethraman`a delay in pound of four days', 148.y
Comm. dia cethraime`on the fourth day', z Comm. Cf.use ofcuicedat Laws v 408.3