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cilic n[f.] (Lat.cilicium).g s. -ic,-ice. sackcloth,haircloth (as
worn in mourning or ascetic practice):in ch. ¤ gl.lugentis
habitus, Ml. 49c12 .ar cuirp i cilicc (: Brigit), Thes. ii 326.5
(Hy. iv) glossed.i. i pennaitquia cilicium nomen vestis est
85quae fitdo finnaib gabur no chamaill. sochaide díb no hédithe
o ch. ¤ camellorum setis , Lat. Lives 93.2 .a glanad ó ch. ¤ (form
of torture), PH 1144 .co lámchomairt moir ┐ cilicc(of
penance), 6444 .lorg a asnaigh triana ionar c. ¤ , Mart. Don.
164.4 . Seesilic.

cillches n(?cf. cilic):do oluind (ch. ¤ ,v.l.) dia ndēne pell, Corm.
5Y 239 coarse wool(?).Cf. din cilcais no bith dar tairr in mil
ro marbtha and, Lib. Hymn. 10 gl. 54 (cilic cais?).

cillecán pn o,m.(cell) in hypocoristic form ofColm Cille:Colm
C. ¤ , Trip.² 1748 .

cillén,-ín n(cell)littlechurch,cell :an do chíllín, De Imit. 53.14 .
10 i gcillín na hátha, ZCP v 212.301 . See Hog. Onom.

cillóg: n do thréithfhuirinn céasta gan chiollóga (chullóga,v.l.)
` treasures ', Ó Bruad. ii 200.2 .

cilorn n o,m. pitcher,vessel :c. ¤ gl.situla, Thes. i 1.17 .cilornn
gl.urceus, Sg. 49a1a .Cf. Études Celt. xi 107 .ciolarn .i.
15coidheach, O'Cl. loracc cona timthuc ┐ chilórnd cormma,
Trip.² 1386 .dális dóib a cilurn bic, LU 1788 .cilornd, 1796 .
téit L.O. for cenn uisci ┐ cilarn lais, Cóir Anm. 70 . Of sacred
vessel:co cilurnn lán do degmaind, SR 4908 .as tu an
ciolarn a mbai in mainn(of Mary), Ériu xix 15 § 14 .cilarnd
20comthromais`urn of justice' (in nether world), TTebe 1663 .
Appar. smaller than themuide:secht ndrolmacha ┐
secht muide ┐ secht cilairn, Ériu iv 134.13 (all of yew).
Sometimes made of bronze:cur' bo lán mo theach . . . di
chilarnaib umaidhib`brazen pails', RC x 82.4 .cilarn umha
25a laim dhi, RC xiv 46.20 .
Prov.drém lochadh fri cilarn(of impossible undertaking),
BB 419b40 .Cf. culorn.

1 cim n(-mm?). Expld. in glossaries as silver,tribute :c. ¤
(glossed.i. cís) a fresib frithbera, LU 8901 ( FB 68 ).c. ¤ (cím,
30 Corm. p. 12 ).i. arget ┐ don argat dobeirt[h]i i cís d'Fomorib
atroille ainmniugud. C. ¤ didiu ainm cach cīsa ō sin, Corm.
Y 304 .cimb (címv.l.) .i. airget [ut est] cimb uim olas n-uim
[i puincerni puinc]`silver and bronze since bronze is in the
point of a notched balance
', O'Dav. 354 .c. ¤ .i. airged, O'C.
35 91 (H.3.18. 66b).da coimled duitsi doris / mar do geallsatur
do ch. ¤ `thy tribute', Fen. 212.12 . ?Cf. madh co se slan Día
do chimbaibh cuan ngonfiach ngeirfiath (no iath MS.),
Anecd. ii 74.z . Seebichim.

2 cim n .i. cuing, O'C. 91 ( H. 3. 18,66b ). Perh. abstracted from
40 cimmid.

cimas n ā,f. edge,border,limit :cimhas f., IGT Decl. § 37 .
ciumhais, oire, imeal, buinne, Eg. Gl. 120 .brae .i.cilium
.i. ciumais in brae, Lib. Hymn. 10 gl. 54 .corrthar .i. ciumus,
O'Dav. 579 . (a) Of clothes dress-fringe,hem :in cimaisgl.
45 oram (uestimenti), Ml. 137d3 .inar find co cimais duib,
Cáin Ad. 24 .brat . . . cona chimais or-shnáith, YBL 318a2 ( Aided
M. 871 ).fria cimais cochaill Áróin, LB 121bx .cimus alaind
ordha a[c] comdrud a edaig, TTebe 3739 .ionar . . . / co
cciomhsaibh arccait is óir, ZCP viii 220.6 .no gur lomais fam
50lámhaibh / id chiomhsaibh, a chompánaigh(to an old cloak),
Ir. Review 1912, 378 § 2 . Of ornaments of battle-dress:a
uathroic srebnaide . . . cona cimais do banór, LU 6421 =
TBC 2566 .a ḟuathbróic . . . cona cimais d'ór bricc, 3725 .
teora cimsa cummaidi . . . dó, LL 32348 ( TTr. 1538 ).ciumhus
55. . . orshnáithe iona láimh, RC xxix 120.4 .cimsa óir reá
n-aichthaib(of the blessed), ZCP x 51.14 .
(b)Offlankofarmyinbattle-array: dorinne cimsa
comc[h]omuisc dona cathaib mesg ar mesg`the fringes of the
two armies became mingled in confusion
', Fianaig. 90.8 .
60 cimhsa comhdlutta cengailti, Caithr. CC 55 (33.6) .cimsa ┐
cath-imli catha, MR 254.5 .ciomhsa an champa Chonnachtaigh
`those on the outskirts', Hugh Roe² 154.17 .
(c)Oflimitsofterritory (cf.Lat.fines):luidh sidhe . . . ó
chiomhsaibh caonraighe, FM v 1760.3 .rí `sa chríocha gan
65chiomhsa`whose kingdom is without a limit',
Ó Bruad. ii 180.w .ar chiomhsaibh ar gcríche, Aithd.D. 39.8 .ciomhsa a
dtíre(of Teallach nEachach) `T.E.'s borders', Magauran
3040 .Ofcoast: mheabhas ciumhsa caladhphort, Content.
vi 68 .thríallsat amach ó chiomhais chuain 7 caladhphuirt,
70 Celtica i 113.8 .ó chiúmhsaibh . . . cuan, ML 44.28 .
(d) Other applications:errandus do chimais na bairgine
`not so much as a biscuit-rim', Aisl. MC 54.2 .go mbaoí
ciumhsa ┐ certlár an bhealaigh for a chumas, FM vi 2256.6 .
ciomhsa a chladh arna comhar / an magh fionns[a] an
75bhfacabhar, IGT Decl. ex. 976 .líne léirmheasta ar a bhfuilid
ciomhsa cinnte to which there are fixed limits, TSh. 725 .sech
cimais an c[h]roimsgēith, ML² 1249 .
Compds. With adjj.do chathbarraibh ciomhusarda`high-
crested
', Hugh Roe² 174.22 .a léinidh cháeil chimhasbláith,
80 IGT Decl. ex. 642 .a sciath cimais-derg, ML² 1483 .donaibh
sleamhanchláraibh ciomaisdirghe`straight-edged', Hugh Roe²
108.28 .coilér . . . cimasgel, CF² 680 .co n-inaraib . . . crunn-
blaithi cimasmilla`edge-figured', Celt. Rev. ii 208.8 .
Éire na gcuan gciomhaiste of warm shores, DDána 107.2 .

85 cimbal n o,m.(Lat.cymbalum) In phr.fri c. ¤ nguth: nōifidir
tegdaisi táilcend fria c. ¤ nguth ina ré, ZCP xii 238.y .c. ¤ .i.
clog . . . suidhit gell fri c. ¤ [n]guth`they settle a pledge at the
voice of the bells
', O'Dav. 357 . Hence:ciombal .i. clog, ón
bfocal laidne chiombalum, O'Cl. ciombal .i. clog, Eg. Gl.
154 .mar ch. ¤ ag cluigíneachd=a tinkling cymbal, 1 Cor.
5 xiii 1 .air . . . chlairseachuibh, ┐ chimbaluibh, 1 Chron. xv 16 .