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cláenad u,m. vn.ofcláenaid.claonadh, IGT Verbs § 80 .
(a)act ofbending,bringing low,inclining,diminishing(?);
60 inclination: clointa cinn són`of bending the head' (gl.hoc gestu),
Ml. 127c22 .clóenad clóenfatsa mo cend fair, LU 5183 (TBC).
ata [in meirge] crom 'ar cclaonad, Cog. 262.8 .fáth claonta a
chinn san chroich-se, DDána 54.23 .na feadha ag claonadh
dá gcloinn, 93.11 .an sgáth criadh ar gclaonadh`toppling
65over
', Aithd.D. 50.12 .ar ndul uaib go luath fá chlaonadh
`is suddenly gone from you and laid low', O'Gr. Cat. 565.19 .
a nen ceim co direach ris in ngrein gan claenad da deiscert
na da tuaiscert`without inclining', Ir. Astr. Tr. 100.8 .in
corp claonus do claonadh nadurdha o measurdacht by natural
70inclination
, Reg. San. 17. 12 .rogabh . . . éttroma ┐ aer-
dhacht, claonadh ┐ corraidhe consapail Taidhcc languor(?),
FM v 1672. 7 (`unsteadiness').ag am chlaonadh féin go
talmhuin(when uttering a prayer), Parrth. Anma 4794 .
Of the eyes,squinting,slanting looks: da mac imrisin dib air
75claena, ZCP x 301.13 .réd chlaonadh súl ná bí a bhean, A.
Ó Dálaigh xliv 2 .
Fig. (b)act ofinclining,influencing :adeirim gur féidir
leis na réalta an duine do chlaonadh go nádúrtha, Corp.
Astron. 62.5 .iarnar cclaonadh lé bhúr n-impidhibh diadha,
80 Rial. S.F. 1333 .bhúr ccumas do chlaona féachaig see to it
that you bend your capacity
, Párl. na mB. 359 .
(c)act ofdeviating, goingastray;deviation,error;evil
inclination :atat . . . tri ernail for cloenadh three classes of error,
Auraic. 5099 .beathadh a shlóigh ó 'dchí ag claonadh / doní
85dhóibh saobhadh na síon, Dán Dé xxxi 12 (`when He sees
His folk's corn droop' ?when he sees them going astray
).ag
claonadh gé a-tám ó a toil, DDána 21a.16 .an náduir dháonda
ar ccláonadh do chum uilc, RSClára f. 57b .ag sechna an
uile chláonta, f. 148a .cláonuid ar ccláonta ┐ ar miana go
nethibh aimsiordha, f. 156b .cineadh . . . ag a mbí claonadh
5re déanamh drúise(=gens . . . veneri indulgens), Keat. i
64.18 .cláonadh . . . dochum deaghoibreadh do dhéunamh,
Parrth. Anma 3151 .dul tar slíghe ná claona ar an láimh
ndeis ná ar a' láimh cclí, Párl. na mB. 2041 .gan claonadh
air a chéile re heagla báis abandoning(?), Dhá Sg. Art. 152
10(`fealladh air?').
(d)act ofperverting,distorting :ní dhligheann rí an ceart
do chlaonadh, Aithd.D. 31.25 .nī thucsat claonadh . . . don
scēl distortion, Fl. Earls 62.z .claonadh córa, Keat. Poems
1497 .claonadh seanchusa do dhéanamh`to falsify historical
15truth
', Keat. iii 511 .ní mó laibheórus tú a gcúis do chláonadh
le morán do thobhach (breitheamhnuis) to decline after many
to wrest judgement
, Exod. xxiii 2 .
(e) Asn. loc. crích des Cloíned, LL 4930 .sech Nás. do
Chloínud, 13483 .ic Cassán Chlointa, 13514 .

20 cláenaid v(cláen) ITrans. (a) bends,inclines,slants,tilts :
clóenad clóenfatsa mo cend fair, LU 5183 ( TBC² 705 ).ro
clóenad a thech conda tarla fora lethbeólu, 8382 .acht nib
tairrsi do liniter no claentar provided it be not over-filled or tilted
(of a ladle), Laws iii 212.12 Comm. conid annsin ro claenta
25Temuir`became inclined', i 6.14 Comm. ro claenadsom . . .
cach mbord . . . don luing`used to strain', TTebe 1995 .in
uair do chlaen a chend ┐ tuc a spirut i llaimh a athar, LB
280b42 .ro claen a rosc fora righain`bent his gaze on', St.
Ercuil 675 .gur chlaen siar fura dilait é`threw him backward',
30 ZCP vi 34.31 .ē[i]st . . . ┐ claon do cluas(inclina aurem tuam),
Aisl. Tund. xxii 3 .an tí chlaonas a chluasa go nach cluin-
feadh an reacht=qui declinat aures suas, TSh. 1637 .
(b) brings low,subdues :claentar fir. fadbaidther láith gaili,
BDD² 1061 (` bends,perverts ', Gloss.).ro thairngir F. . . .
35gomadh é C. no claoinfedh an ul-piast uathmar, BNnÉ
125.20 .mór gclach do claonadh many a castle was laid low(?),
DDána 91.26 .do claonadh meirge M., 85.26 .
(c)makescrooked;slants :go tard beach dib a neim for
mo leth-rosc-sa, gura claen mo shuil, MR 34.12 (poss. intrans.
40 Cf. Keat. Poems 342 below ).h'abhra ná cláon chugam-sa
`send no slant looks at me', Ériu ix 8.80 . ? Here:taise nó
gur chlaon an gcéibh / ní léir re taobh caise an chúil`till it
makes his hair lie down
', Magauran 3953 .
(d)Fig. violates,perverts,inclines,leads astray;brings
45 down ;cia rochlainsat in cardes though they had violated
(God's) covenant, Rawl. 76a8 (Adam and Eve).nad claen
coicert coimdiu Lord who does not pervert decision(?), Laws
i 10.17 .ram cloensatar mo pecctha, Laud 610,f. 6b (cited
Plummer MS. notes).comēt dam mo chride / . . . . / dūthracht
50nachat-clāine (?leg.nachid-) may no (evil) desire lead it
astray
(?), ZCP vi 259 § 5 .cloenbrethach . . . .i. claonaidh a
bretha, O'Dav. 690 .claontair gach uaill dá háirde, DDána
121.19 .dunadh claen . . . idhudh claenas re c[h]eli iad,
IGT Met. Faults § 145 (i.e.the `i' in `Martain' destroys its correspon-
55dence with `tangadar').dá gclaonadh sibh an seanchas`if
you pervert facts
', Content. vii 11 .cláonuid ar ccláonta ┐ ar
miana go nethibh aimsiordha inclines, RSClára f. 156b .
(e) straysfrom,renounces,rejects :ag an gcléir do chlaon a
gcuing`who rejected their obligation' (of schismatics), Keat.
60 i 60.17 .ó do cláonadh a chuíng chrábha leis an ochtmhadh
Hannráoi, Párl. na mB. 3782 .
IIIntrans. bends,bows,inclines :ro claon Ere de sin has
been brought low
, Cog. 262.9 .a chros 'n-ar chlaon a cheann
whereon His head drooped, Aithd.D. 58.20 .an uair éagfair-se
65. . . / claonfaidh do chlaon-dearc will become distorted(?),
Keat. Poems 342 .ro-ionnsaigh an cath go cían / dar chláon
a c[h]onn [i]s a chíall`were deranged', Buile S. 6.x .do chlaon
oireachas Éireann / de sin, DDána 85.27 . Note also:an té
chláonas le na shúil`that winketh with the eye', Prov. x 10 .
70Freq. with follg. prep.:claontar ar uathadh, TBC St.
2088 (=cloentar go ar uathad, TBC 2354 ).Cf. do neoch
. . . ar nach gclaontaoidhe cath against whom no battle was
ever turned
, ML 86.17 .cu . . . nach leicedh a omon claenad
fora dhliged, ar ni claenad-som for nech ar bhith`fear of him
75prevented his law from being perverted, for he did no wrong
to
. . .', Marco P. 126 .a chara ar ar chlaon an bioth(to the
Lord), DDána 20.26 .ní chlaon rinn deataigh dá druim(of
a house)does not waver, 119.24 .robheag dom chuimhne
nár chlaon that have not left my memory, Ó Bruad. iii 212.10 .
80 an farraire stáit go brách dá rígh nár chlaon, Párl. na mB.
2287 .T. . . . / dá cclaon gach dair, Ériu xvi 134 § 39 .do
claen R. docum a companach, Fier. 195 .tusa ní claonfa
chum lethtruim you will not incline, SG 35.16 .ionnas nach
claonmaois dochum peacaidh, Parrth. Anma 569 .scarthain
85risin slóg saer suthain / nachar chlaen re clethaib, SG
353.6 .do chlaon leam tar a reacht ríogh`inclined to save me,
spite of His royal law', Aithd.D. 84.14 .rí caomh isan gcrann
céasda / ler chlaon éasga ann uasda towards whom the moon
above them bent
(?), 56.12 (`faded away').do bennaigh an
Macamh he . . . ┐ do claen o n-a mathair cuigi, Smaointe
5B.Chr. 808 .mallaighthe an chuidechta chláonus óna
n-aithentaibh that deviates, RSClára f.45b .claon ón olc
=declina a malo, TSh. 7564 .Luteár nar claon o bhréig,
O'Hussey TC 240.10 .do chlaonadh ó ghrás Dé, Heb. xii 15 .