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cindruim n iandn(already in Ml.),n.(? +druimm, see Thurn.
Gramm. 192 ) wash-tub :cindrúimgl.alueus(Lat. word used
in sense of washpot ), Ml. 78b3 .c. ¤ gl.albeus(sic), 126c15 .
Ofdeep partofriver: isin chindrummaim .i. hi c. ¤ abae,
5 Ml. 78b4 .tar c. ¤ srotha S., CCath. 2400 . Of part of the body:
claideb crōda iarna cinddruim, TBC² 3189 (c. ¤ , TBC (C) 2759 )
(`on the back of his head', Faraday 121),cf. claideb . . . fora
muin, 3250 .

cined xseeciniud.

10 1 cinedach n o,m.(ciniud) native,tribesman,prince (not always
to be distinguished from2 c.):ar réir gcliar gach cineadhaigh
`in care for poets of every native prince', Magauran 3243 .is iad
so cineadhaig an Chaille . . . Ua Derig, Ua h-Aodha etc.,
Hy. Fiachr. 166.1 .óir nír báil leis cineadhaig ele do bheith
15ina bpatrunaibh in Erinn men of another race, ITS xvi 36.11 .
deuōsion . . . na gcinedhach gcomhfocus`of the people who
dwelt near it
', Fl. Earls 114.26 (2 c.?).

2 cinedach n o=ciniud:fis in chairn 's a chinedaig, Met.
Dinds. iii 422.4 `and of its line', see Corrig.císsa . . . a
20cinedhachaib coimighthibh`foreign races', CCath. 49 .ind
agaid Madíán ┐ Ameléch .i. na c. ¤ dobí i n-agaid claindi
Israēl, BColm. 2.13 .ni caemsat na cineadaig eile ní duit
`the other tribes', Todd Nenn. 88.4 .ata cinedhach eile againne,
┐ ni arsaigid, Celtica ii 124.134 .do indto se cum creidme cona
25cinedhach co comlan, RC xvii 154.23 (Tig.).a chinn an dá
chin(n)eadhach(to chieftain). DDána 67.48 .beid na cineadh-
aigh dā ccomhthuargain(at end of world), Parrth. Anma
6111 = Hussey TC 67.4 .soillse isen do fhortacht na cineadach
Gentiles, YBL 148b33 .prionnsadha na gcineadhach`principes
30gentium
', TSh. 3687 .

? cinedacha: n do éirgetar na acartha ┐ na cineadhacha, O'C.
76 ( H. 3. 18,59 ) perh.pleas and actions at law(so Plummer
MS. notes).Cf. cinedach?

cinedacht n=2 cinedach:ni fuil . . . cinedhacht sa bith . . . is
35comlinmhur rinn, Celtica ii 123.100 .

cinél,-ach xseecenél,2 cenélach.

cinélta xseecineolta.

cinéltus n o,m.(cineolta) kindness,favour :dligheadh an
chineultais, Prov. xxxi 26 .gur thaisbéin tú cinealtus dom
40mhaighistir, Gen. xxiv 14 .dochum . . . cáirdis nó cineáltais,
Donl. 102.18 .

cinemain vn.ofcinid.c. ¤ f.. IGT Decl. § 10 .cineamhuin,
Verbs § 73 .mar bhláth craoibhe ar ciniomhain`as a flower
that comes forth on a branch
', Aithd.D. 65.20 .

45 cinend: n dā bonend ar firend / nī mo ch. ¤ gebeas, Arch. iii 241
§ 8 appar. =mo-chen, with added syllablemetri gratia.

cineolta adjalso-éltaand-álta(cenél) (a) trueto (its)nature,
genuine: as cinelta in t-ech ona munad a cenn bliadna
amenable , H.3.18,85b11 .aimrid gach craobh cheineolta
50 native , DDána 73.7 .cruaidh . . . / nír shín ach ceard ceinéalta
`none but a born smith', Aithd. D. 65.19 .síol glan i gcriaidh
ch. ¤ suitable, TD 9.2 .íarand cinealta rocruaidh, BCC 264.19 .
(b) kindly,gentle :ben cineolta Cobthaigh, ZCP ii 333.28 .
a bhé chinéalta chráibhtheach (: infhéachta), Dánta Gr.
55 16.8 .ris an liaigh gc. ¤ , TSh. 8164 .
Adv. mar a nglacthaoi go cineálta iad`were . . . kindly
entertained
', Keat. ii 1082 .

? cinfine: n cin fine .i. fine hua cinter, O'C. 840 ( H. 3. 18,383a ),
appar. comp. ofcin-(cf. cinid) andfine.

60 1 cing n d,m. Thurn. Gramm. 206 . warrior,champion :aderar
c. ¤ re trenḟer, Stowe Gl. 34 .c. ¤ .i. calma, 298 andcf. cingeadh
.i. calma, O'Cl. sōe Crimthan / Coscrach c. ¤ , Corp. Gen.
5.29 .flaith fialglan Fea ferr cech c. ¤ ` hero ', Ériu xvii 46 § 46 .
c. ¤ crúaid ar chel`stout champion against death', Met. Dinds.
65 iv 178.19 .dorrochair caur trēnchingeth(gen.of definition),
Fianaig. 38.22 .ciṅg as ḟerdu, Fél. Aug. 20 .Máil Coba in
ciṅg, LU 346 (ACC) = Keat. iii 1275 .o baí ciṅg co mbae C.,
LL 2681 .dá ch. ¤ ,da churaid(of two sons of Conchubhar),
TBC 5376 .da cét cinged, Gorm. Apr. 3 .fagbail chinn in
70chinged(of John the Baptist), Feb. 27 .ciṅg báge`champion
of battle
', Fél. July 24 .is é ropo chiṅg catha ara fēnnidecht,
Corp. Gen. 94.48 .
Asn.pr. Cachar is Ciṅg, LL 298 .

2 cing n m. indecl. (Engl. loanword) king , mainly in translation-
75lít. (see Grail Introd. xix-xx ).cíng .i. rí, Stowe Gl. 34 .i
dtigh an Ch.(i.e.Heaven), Dán Dé xxvi 57 .co dunad c. ¤
Poeil`the King of Apulia', ZCP vi 37.24 .re c. ¤ o Nuibie, 56.24 .
As title, preceding n.pr.:Cingh Airtur, AU i 22.9 .C. ¤ Séamas,
DDána 63.21 .C. ¤ Risderd Ri Saxan, Ann. Conn. 1398.22 .
80 c. ¤ Hannri, Expugn. Hib. 1 . Exceptionally:c. ¤ Maria, ALC
ii 350.y .

cingciges,-is n(Lat.quinquagesima, see Thurn. Gramm. 569 ).
Form, gender and inflectionvariable.Gen. nacingideas
(: c[h]es), Ériu iii 144 § 18 ,cengcaigis, LU 9605 (perh.
85treated aspl.,cf. casc, Thurn. Gramm. 570 ),naCengcagis ,
PH 5399 ,inChencaigis , 5405 . Laterf.,gen. -ise. Perh. infl.
bycóicthiges.cinquidies, Flower Cat. 298.w . andCinc-
thídidhies, FM ii 798.2 have been influenced by Latin.
Pentecost,Whitsuntide,Whitsunday :cingcicesa cinqua-
gīsima.i. in cōecatmad laithi ō c[h]áisc, Corm. Y 268 .
5 sollummunin Uetericengiges`quinquagesima', Thes. i 495.35
(Ardm.).inobli casc ┐ notlaic┐ cheṅṅcigis`in the Host
of Easter and Christmas and Whitsunday
', ii 254.18
(Stowe Missal).ar notlaicc ┐ caiscc ┐ cengciges,
Ériu vii 150 § 36 .pruind chethruir ar notlaic ┐ chaisc ┐ chingcís,
10 i 220 § 14 .is-in Cengcigis(of the Apostles), PH 5434 .o
chaiscc go cingtigis, BNnÉ 67.3 .co hochtáib na cingtighisi,
57.24 .ó qinqís co haidiumeint, O'Gr. Cat. 314.16 .ó fhél
Brighde co cinctidis, FM v 1320.x .fá Nodlaig, fá Cháisg,
┐ fā Chingcighis, Rial. S.F. 385 .agaid cingcdise is i . . . rosiacht
15 vigil of Pentecost, Lism.L. 1008 .Satharn cinctidhisi`the Satur-
day before Whitsuntide
', FM iii 56. 13 .Dia Domhnaigh Cing-
[c]idhisi, Grail 1683 .fésta na cingcisi, ZCP vi 25.7 .lá na
Cingcise, Acts ii 1 .