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claidech adj o, āby-form of1 cladach? Only in compd.druim
an achaidh fhionnchloidhidh` bright-furrowed ', Ériu v 60.106
(:thoighibh).

claidemnas n u,m.See Éigse xiv 132 .metrical term for a word orverse-lineof
seven syllables: claidemnus in sechtmad dēach .i. claidem
5 manus.i. na lāime . . . seacht ndēalt dano fil i claidemnus,
ut estfīanamailecharadard, Corm. Y 447 (p. 38.4, 7).c. ¤ .i.
claidebhmanus.i.manuslamh ┐ claidebh na laimi in slin-
dean: ┐ is e in sechtmad dialt, Auraic. 1425 .oenfidh . . . i
ndialt, . . . a secht i c. ¤ , 1217 .claidemnus dā,ut est: Atta
10cara cobolcaín / damsa for maig lagen lir, IT iii 49.1 .cloind-
manus, 21 § 65 (claidemnus,v.l.).casbairdne . . . .iiii. randa
indide ┐ cloindbinnius in cach raind, 11.8 .cloindbindus i
cechtar de; ocht ndialt fichet son, IT iii 11 § 15 (claidemnus,
v.l.;i.e.a stanza of four seven-syllabled lines).

15 claidemne n=claidemnas:Debide Gairet Cetharcubaid . . .
cethri (rectetri) claidemni ┐ iarcomarc in cach haei three
heptasyllabic lines each ending with a trisyllable
(i.e. 33+ 73+
73+ 73), MacCarthy 138.16 .

1 claidid v(cf. clad). In O. Ir. with s-subj. and redup. pret. In
20Mid. Ir. the stemclaid-,cloid-orclaoid-(for which see
Murphy, Duan. FinnGloss.s.v. clódh ) spreads to all tenses.
(a) digs,excavates :cladait inna lige i mbiat`they dig the
lairs in which they are
', Ml. 76d14 .tir . . . a claetar poll, i
curtar lia, Laws iv 6.11 .dia claite derc for whom a hole
25used to be dug
, Cáin Ad. 2 .ní claide ro clas rempe no hole
was dug for it
(of a fork planted in the ground), LU 4813 .
atá loch usci and. fegtar ┐ claiter. ro claided ┐ fríth, 177 .
meilid fāebra . . . claidig (= -id) būrach, TBC² 3446 .ro
fothaig eclais . . . ┐ ro claid topur occi, Trip.² 1221 .in t-uma
30fora claiter in aill`the copper for which the cliff is pierced',
Laws i 188.x Comm. mani cláitis in talmain fothu`unless
they mined
', CCath. 3114 .cluidh ┐ clasacha . . . ro chlaidhset
an Gaoidelshluagh, Hugh Roe² 180.11 . ? Here:ro claoi
[in torc] an talamh, gur bo réigh, BNnÉ 104 § 6 .
35(b) digsup,undermines,razesto the ground,levels :rumúgsat
no rocechladatargl. (altaria tua) suffuderunt, Wb. 5a24 .
trethan dilenn os cach maig / is mor n-írenn ro cechlaid,
SR 2234 (-laig, MS.).no chlaided na muru . . . ┐ no linged
dar bernadaib, LU 8931 ( FB 70 ).ro claidhsid iarom na tri
40Cholla Eamuin Macha ┐ ni ros-aitrebsad Ulaid innti o sin
alle`razed', RC xvii 29.32 (Tig.).claidfiter durthigi Dē
`will tunnel beneath', Ériu xviii 70 § 58 .da ro clasa a n-indsi
┐ a nduini, BB 500b34 .Cf. ro múradh ┐ ro mórchlaidheadh
an toilén . . . lás an Iustis, FM v 1742.5 . vi 2022.2 .
45(c) digs(agrave),constructs(agrave-mound): cor clasta
a fert that his grave might be dug, LU 10738 .cladar a fert,
5704 (= TBC² 1230 ).rocechladar fert fōtmaig, TBC² 3143 .
a mná fodéin claidset clud . . . / dia adnacul, Met. Dinds. iv
76.15 .dos-bert (= as-bert) frim ara clasaind adhnacol do
50cholaind aithich, RC x 82.11 .cloidhis uaigh dá athair,
DDána 41.23 ( IGT Verbs ex. 974 ).
(d) builds,constructs (an earthen mound and vallum):
clasa (? clas a) rath la Cormac, Cymmr. xiv 106 § 3 ( Rawl.
131b35 ); butcf. roclasa a fert and, Dinds. 58 .m. Airtt . . .
55lasro chlassa duini hi tossuch, Rawl. 148b17 .oc imresain
atām dūs . . . cia las roclassa ind rāith so, Ériu viii 157.17 .
Macha . . . / las class Emain, LL 2659 .ro claitea clad (?leg.
claid) imma tech, Met. Dinds. i 4.33 .gur c[h]laidhemar aile
n-ūir / gor thōgsamar trī rátha, ML² 2082 .aingil ro chlaidset
60mur a chille do, Fél.² clxxx 19 .ro claidh ┐ ro thorainn an
cill, BNnÉ 300 § 2 .Cf. ra chlaitar in talmain dara formnaib,
LL 12368 ( TBC 6145 ).
(e) By extension, buries :a corp 'san chill-si claittear, ZCP
xiii 17.35 .cona[d]-claid-sium dano oc suide buried him,
65 Sc.M² 23.18 . ? Here:o bas Abraim . . . / gor' claidhed clann
Partaloin, MacCarthy 312 § 3 (`were smitten'.Cf. clóaid).
Vn. claide.Part. claisse.

2 claidid n i,m.(claide) grave-digger :rohadnacht i[si]n airm-
[sin], con-aprad a claide . . ., Dinds. 21 (claididh,v.l.)
70=in claittid, LL 27724 .

? claidige n= prec.:claitigi na cliab`cleaver of bosoms', Fen.
150.5 .

claidín n(clad) Of hair, wave :ar clechtaib ┐ ar claidínib in
fuilt sin, RC xxii 199 § 97 .

75 claidre xseecladaire.

claidrecht n[ā,f.] (cladaire) rascality,villainy :intleacht Ṡátain,
claidhreacht Roibín, E. O'Rahilly 288.8 .

? claidrem: n claidreamna ceithernac[h]a clódh a cernaib an
catha` sword-play ', Celt. Rev. ii 308.29 .

80 claig n(unlen. -g):do bhuail a cheann ar chloich . . . go ndearna
an chloch c. ¤ 'n-a cheann, ┐ ní fhásadh gruag san gc. ¤
sin, Keat. iii 795 (` hollow ').`clog, cluig ablister . . .', Dinneen .

claime n iā,f.(clam) (a) leprosy (see Ir. Hist. Stud. vi 186 - 8 :
scabies :gareb .i.scapies(.i. c. ¤ )interpretatur , O'Mulc. 620 .
85 im digbail do c. ¤ dit, Vita Br. 25 .rosgab claimi, ro soi dath,
SR 4641 .ara íc don c. ¤ (of Naaman), LU 2670 .th'ícc don ch. ¤
=lepra, Lat. Lives 72.7 .c. ¤ a cind, IT iii 84 § 71 .loissi . . .
na c. ¤ , O'Dav. 1364 .ba lan do claimi ín cet[ḟ]echt rocuir
imach hi. In fecht eli ba gleglan(of the hand of Moses), BB
239b39 .lubhra nó claimhe, Keat. ii 5025 .asé an claimhe
5ad-chonncais, Beatha S. F. 842 .Fig. claimhe na coire,
TSh. 2570 .
(b) In vaguer sense, debility,infirmity :cotorchair cumha
┐ troige ┐ c. ¤ mor fa[i]rsium, ZCP i 103.17 .
(c) Of cattleetc., mange :is iat na galair tecmaisacha mael-
10garb .i. in claimhe, O'C. 657 ( H. 3. 18,320 ).is iat na galair
buna .i. . . . claimhe ┐ idhigh do ghabruibh, 1103 ( 447a ).
don c. ¤ .i. dein uinnimint di(a disease of horses), Celtica
ii 42.130 .