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cír n ā,f.See alsos. cuirrél. (a) comb,rake :c. ¤ nó slindgl.pecten, Sg. 63b12 .cir
chuirréil aircit connecor di or aici, IT i 119.12 ( TE 3 ).mac
in chírmaire allus ch. ¤ let the comber's son follow combs, Ériu
ix 49 § 33 .cirmairi . . . do niat na cira, O'C. 2131 (H.4.22,
4586½).slicht a chíre ina ḟolt(one of the signs of a fop), Triads
103 .c. ¤ aga cur a cend Adhna / míl seng dubh gach ladhra lé,
IGT Decl. ex. 967 . ?Cf. a chir i cuile / a chreabhair cuiligh,
IT iii 91.12 ( BB 293a14 ).
Transf.set ofteeth : ?fiacla cirí cleth icurghais,
50 IT iii 101.5 .is mé do coguin fam ch. ¤ / dá én lánméthi Léithín,
Eg. 1782,49a2 (cited Meyer Contribb.).beathadhach . . agá
rabhadar trí cíora fiacal, TSh. 1025 . Hencecognaid in c. ¤ ,
a ch. ¤ chewsthecud :ac cognam a cīre, Corm. Y 603 .gach uile
bheathach . . . chognas an ch. ¤ , Deut. xiv 6 =chognas a
55chíor, Lev. xi 3 .Ofhoney-comb: is cíor mheala bríathra
millsi, Prov. xvi 24 .cuid do ch. ¤ mheala,
Lk. xxiv 42 .
(b) crest,tip :cóica urla . . . amal chir ṁbethi no amal
brethnasa bán óir, TBC 1376 (see n.).cunid samalta ra c. ¤
60ṁbethi ra dered fagamair . . . glantaitnem a fhuilt(of warrior),
MU² 586 .c. ¤ draigain fair`blackthorn crest' (of a hedge),
Laws iv 112.15 .fo urcomair na ciri draigín, 114.4 =círe
draighin, O'Dav. 868 .erbi imme oc imaire / fo ch. ¤ blonci
bratgile`under a blossom of white-mantling lard', Aisl. MC
65 37.34 . Of helmet:co facaidh cira na ceinnberta,
ZCP vi 35.x .do tulaibh na scíath ┐ do círaibh na cathbharr, CCath.
1878 . In phrasec. ¤ thuathail:go ndiongnadh féin cíor thuathuil
don teagh that he would turn the house topsy-turvy, PCT
644 .Cf. ac cumtach c. ¤ im chorraib na luṅgi, LL 30952 =
70 c[o]ír(untranslated), TTr. 134 .
Asn.pr. m. dá Ch., LU 6521 . In nn. loc. see Cúl Círe,Hog.
Onom. Cf. a C. ¤ a Currel na mná`the Comb', Met. Dinds. ii
22.53 .
Compds. (see alsocir-). With nouns. ¤ baccánseenext.
75 scéith . . . co círbachlaib, TBFr. 39 (`crest-stave ? some orna-
ment on the shield, apparently rods (of metal ?) inlaid with
bronze
', Gloss.) = ZCP iv 33.x (cirbaccanaib,v.l.).a cuicela
┐ a cirbolga` comb-bags ', Laws iii 290.3 Comm. is and rogab
a chírchathbarr . . . im a chend crested helmet, LU 6434 ( TBC²
80 1921 ).ar cir-ciomsaib cathbharr` crest-borders ', CCath. 3617 .
batar fo chircolggaib cath / i crinchumgaib na catrach(of
Paul and Silas in prison), SR 7415 .banchoimhedaid do
chir comraraib Meadba comb-caskets , Folklore iv 58 § 56
=do cirib ┐ do chleraibh, BB 391a23 .cét cailches cír-
85chrotha, Airne F. 101 .tairthe . . . ar gcíordhubhadh (: míon-
Mhumhan)` dark-crested ', Aithd.D. 4.7 .
With adjj.:co ccathbharraibh cíorchroma` curve-crested ',
Hugh Roe² 148.31 .do bháindéad eagair 'na chaiseal tiugh
cíor-dhruidthe, Hackett² 16.41 .a gcorráin cama cír-ghéara,
DDána p. 382.27 . Seecírdub,círgal.

5 círach adj o, ā(cír). In phr.cathbarr c. ¤ crestedhelmet:a chathbarr
c. ¤ clárach, LU 6392 ( TBC² 1877 ) ( TBC 2533 ).cathbarr c. ¤
'ma chend cechtar nái, RC xiii 456.z .cathbairr ciracha,
fororda, Cog. 162.5 .corrc[h]athbharr c. ¤ , CCath. 5262 .
cathbarr cirrach, YBL 121a45 . Note also:brú . . . / bheann-
10bhachlach chíorach na gcolg(of ship), Measgra D. 48.34 .

círad u,m. vn.ofcíraid.act ofcombing,raking :iar slemoin
chirad a fuilt, FB Eg. 40 ( IT i 273 ).slán fa chíoradh / do chúil,
DDána 114.4 .trian a cirthu adblam(of wool),
Laws ii 372.16 =cirtha, 370.1 Comm. Of process used in treatment
15of malt (see ZCP xiv 350 ):cuictiges a fotaib cen cirad . . . ar
na cirad, Laws ii 240.21 - 22 .a cirad na n-imaired sain cach
lae, 242.4 Comm. tirud ┐ cirudh`kiln-drying and combing',
152.11 .
Transf.:cáinadh / ┐ círath discussing(unfavourably), Arch.
20 iii 294 § 4 `Heckeln' (Gloss.).ghabh ag a cciorrbhadh ┐ ag
a ccíoradh`to hack and to tear them' (of warrior in battle),
CRR² 21 .

círaid v(cír) combs,smoothesout:cirmairi .i. cirait na hetaidi,
O'C. 2131 (H.4.22, 86½).in bolg . . . asa cirann a abrus,
25 Laws i 152.12. Comm. círeadh a chend, Reg. San. 21.12 .ní
dóibh chíorair do dhlaoidh dualach, Keat. Poems 1384 . See
slemon-.
Vn. círad.Part. círtha.

círán n o,m.(cír):benaidh in gaí dar ciran cathbhairr na
30luirighi ┐ brisid in ciran` crest ', Aen. 3068 . Seecírín.

cirbach: adj inghen ciorbhach, BNnÉ 296 § 28 v.l.=cherr, text.

cirbaid xseecerbaid.

? cirbrech: n hi c. ¤ a n-aitreabu, RC xliii 72.13 .

cirbsire xseecirpsire.

35 ? circlach adj=circulda:ag fochuidmheadh . . . Ceithlinne
ciorchlaighi Craísfhiaclaighi, Cath MT 142 , but perh.leg.
ciorghalaighe, note. Perh. also in:a lámh chiorclach chíor-
dhubh, Dhá Sg. Art. 356 . Seecírgalach.

circul n(Lat.circulus). Alsocercal(l),-uil(l),-ail(l) etc.In old
40exx. usuallyo,m., but gender and inflection vary. Circle,
orbit,zone :circal .i.a circulo.i. roth, Corm. Y 263 .fubíth
doṅgníat cercol ocondocbáilgl.apsidas(Gr.), BCr. 18d2 .
atcess in circall imon ṅgrein(at birth of Christ), LB 132b41 .
.vii. circalla conuicci ind Trinoid ┐ aighi (= uidhe) mile
45bliadhna tigi cacha circailla dib, Ir. Texts i 24.x-y .circull
tentide . . . imón tír sin, LU 1987 ( FA 5 ).Loch Lein; ceathra
chircilla uime .i. chircall sdain, ┐ chircall luaighi, ┐ chircall
iarind, ┐ chircall uma, Todd Nenn. 220.n. doniat circlu dib
(of serpents winding about person's body), Aen. 492 .re
50hais gcearcaill na cruinne (: seantruim) (ccearcholl : seantrom
v.l.), Studies 1918, 281 § 12 .spéar gréine na (= 'na) cearcuill
(: chruinn), Content. v 40 .tricha circull airccit bhain(of the
thirty pieces of silver), BNnÉ 101.21 .cearcall clár ndearg,
DDána 119.18 .
55In phr.c. ¤ bodba attacking circle(offoes): focheird in
circul ṁ-bodba sin morthimchell chethri n-ollchoiced ṅ-hE.,
TBC 2645 =in circul modba, LU 6504 .daronad circull
bodba impo d'ogbaid na hAffraici, CCath. 3147 . Of defensive
armour:ic ecur a airthossaig di chressaib ┐ de chirclaib
60cruaidíairn(of ship), LL 30953 ( TTr. 135 ).circaill cithneim-
neach cláriarnaighi uime(of warrior), CF² 933 . Of ornaments
etc.:maelch. ¤ oír co clucinib fo bragit cech eich díb, TFerbe
14 .inar . . . co circlaib óir ┐ arcait, Mann. and Cust. iii 161
n. amail circáill ḟeta(of the Id Morainn), IT iii 190 § 15 .
65 robói cercuil imma medhon amail cnis (?leg.cris) fhir
chollnaigh, Cóir Anm. 140 .mo ḟail-si 'na circaill teintidhe
imo braghait, RC xxvi 364.7 .
Hoopofbarrel,vat etc.: sreth di muntorcaib óir . . . mar
chirclu dabcha, LU 1710 ( RC ix 476.14 ).do dénam circall
70de to make hoops of it(of bones of a whale), Laws i 134.31
Comm.in chetna dabach . . . ro díscáil da cláraib ┐ da
circlaib, TBC 1366 =ro disgaoil a clair ┐ a ciorcla, St.ro
mheabhattar a cciorcaill dona lestraibh, Ériu xiii 24.28 .
Note also:amhail do-ní an togharmach san chiorcaill
75aníu`in the circus', Keat. ii 5453 .an chiorcuil lochtach
vicious circle(logical fault), Luc. Fid. 4445 .a chearcall
teintidhe tréan(a chief), Magauran 431 .
In n. loc.:Cnoc in chircaill, Acall. 6447 .

circulda adj(circul) circular: flaithisdad circallda nó comchruinn,
80 Caithr. Thoirdh. 2.3 .Adv. go ciorcalda timcheall na teineadh,
TSh. 5742 .

circunflex n(Lat.circumflexus) circumflex(accent): dóig linn
bed n-acuitpraeter qualis┐ combad ch. ¤ far suidiu, Sg. 30a8 .
c. ¤ , 7a .c. ¤ . . . for alailib diib, 208b8 .circumflex, 187b3 .
85 circumflex forsna sillabaib fota, Auraic. 1554 .circumplex,
1558 . Seesircumplex.