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1 clechtad o,m.Note also:g s. cleachtuighthe, TSh. 7447 .
vn.ofclechtaid. (a)act ofputtingintopractice :ar cruas a
75cath re clechtadh / ar tairthaighe a toirbertad, BB 62a35 .
noch theid uile a dtruáilleagh ré na gcleachdadh`the using',
Col. ii 22 .ní háil linn so do chlechtadh, RSClára 180.37 .
an tan bhlasaid í (sc.mil na mailíse) ┐ léigid óna cleachtadh
fá chúláiribh a gcoguais í by dint of practising it, TSh. 7442 .
80 guth na ndrúagh, ag cleachtadh a ndraoidheachta go glic,
Ps. lviii 5 .do chleachtadh, no do chur a ngníomh, Donl.
462.1 .
(b)state of beingaccustomedto;usual practice :na tuictis
daeini aili acht mad misi re sirch. ¤ , TTebe 2107 .le cleachtadh
85deacrachta dhe through being accustomed to hardship, Ir.
Syll. Poetry 44 § 16 .ní hurusa dh'éis a chleachtaidh / a
gcéin uaidh go n-anfadh fear, O'Hara 2859 .go bhfásann
cleachtadh o na droichmhianaibh an tan nach gcuirthear
srian leo, Donl. xix 28 .suan corrach is cleachtadh dhuid,
Aithd. D. 8.37 .ní tráth dá chur as a chleachdadh / cur ráth
5ní cleachdar do chosg, IGT Decl. ex. 795 .d'fhoghoil a
gcleachtadh do chuir`he practised warring', O'Hara 2587 .
mar leantar lorg an chleachtadh, Content. xviii 44 .dá chor
féin i n-oireamhain do chleachtadh na gcomharsan conforming
to the customs of
, TSh. 9373 .is olc an cleachtadh a bheith
10tugtha do mhionnaibh móra, Donl. 74.16 .

2 clechtad vn.formation from2 clecht.act ofplaiting,entwining :
do cleachtadh na bhfiodhbhadh pfionn`the tops of fair woods
plaited together
', O'Hara 2644 .

clechtaid v(1 clecht)is or becomesaccustomedto;accustoms
15oneself to; of people, isaccustomedto,frequents,consorts
with; of a calling,practises,plies. (a) With personal noun or
pronoun:conidh misgaisiu lasna tuathaibh na tigerna
clechtait forru innat na tigernada aili whom they are accus-
tomed to have over them
, CCath. 5107 (ticcernuidhe,v.l.).
20 is misi . . . ra chleachtsad ant oireacht-sa orra, TTebe 839 .
tig i láimh an tí chleachtas / an seabhac 'gá mbí aithne
to whom he is accustomed(?), Measgra D. 25.21 .an t-aos cum-
tha nár chleacht sinn whom I have not frequented, KMMisc.
242 § 6 .seachain sgéulta fábhuill . . . ┐ cleachd thú féin do
25chum díaghachda, 1 Tim. iv 7 .
(b) With noun or noun-phrase:amal clechtait a n-urcharu
(gl.ut soleant iacula)as they are accustomed (to hurl), Gild.
Lor. 81 .is esside toisech ro clecht cruit ┐ organ who first
used
, Rawl. 69b25 ( BB 11a11 ).Cf. b23 .F. . . . roda clecht
30claideb, LU 5566 (TBC, rhet.)nír chlecht góe, LL 3245 .
na cleacht cumann re duine cainntech`do not keep company
with a chatterer
', Ériu v 134.69 .na cleacht do lebend do Lurc
/ . . . / na leic cnoc Cairmaic do Curc`let not thy platform
become accustomed to Lorc
', Cog. 124.14 .do coimhēt slāinte
35dom' ḟlaith / clechtad farrad (.i. linn) maith is fin,
ZCP v 489 § 14 (B. na f.).slán úaim don ceird clechtaim féin which
I practice
, Eg. 88,19b2 (cited Meyer Contribb.).a coimleaba
do-clechtsum we were wont to share his couch, Prolegomena
45 § 19 .do chleachtais fleadh is fiadhach, DDána 68.20 .
40 an cádhus do chleacht idir`to which she was ever used', Studies
1923, 421 § 3 .cá talamh do chleacht, Oss. vi 168.z .na
garma chleachtar anois, mar atá barún, bhíocont, iarla . . .
that are used, Keat. iii 123 .amhuil damh nar chleachd an
chuing(was unaccustomed to), Jer. xxxi 18 .treise ag cath
45eachtrann oruibh / a Leath Cuinn, nir chleachtobhair, Aithd.
D. 39.5 .altrannas i gcéin cleachtfad I shall practise, DDána
66.10 .cairdi do dhola ar a ndíol / . . . nír chleacht cliar
were not accustomed to having their reward postponed,
O'Hara 2681 .Cf. int shoillsi edrocht . . . indi nar cleachtadar daib
50 the thing to which they had not accustomed themselves(?), YBL
151b43 .
(c) With vn., quasi-Vn.orvn.phrase:cléchtait méirlig
. . . atréb and, Trip.² 1846 .no chlechtatis na genti saerad a
mogad isin sechtmad bliadain, Lat. Lives 59.13 (solebant).
55 conclechtaimse (?leg.co clechtaimse) cairmteoracht . . .
nad clechta err óencharpait do imluad ar m'ési, LU 8505
(rhet.).mar ar clecht bronnad i[n] buair, Ériu x 84 § 73 .
im cech mi-gním . . . ro-clechtsat, PH 4160 .clechtait doine
a thadall ┐ a póccad, Petrie Round Towers 435 ( LB 158a18 ).
60 ca crich as ar cemnigis ┐ ca cele ca clechtaidh (?leg.-ais) do
comluigi, RC i 48.30 .trenachaur no chlechtad claide, LL
20658 (hypermetric, ?leg. tren caur).nu gu clecht sí a sír-
sborad until it has grown accustomed to constant spurring,
Ériu iv 214 § 12 .fuarattar an míol mór isin ionadh ina
65cclectadh beith, BNnÉ 70 § 118 .Inis Chuinn do chleacht
leónadh`that hath been practised in suffering', Studies 1921,
75 § 16 .
(d) Folld. by prep. WithAR(FOR):a chu chleachtas ar
cnamaibh who is wont to be. . . , IT iii 85 § 84 ( BB 291b19 ).
70?a mmag forclechtat int ṡlúaig, Im. Brain § 5 (conclechtot,
v.l.see RIA Dict. F col. 322.32) =for-clechat,
ZCP xviii 411 § 5 .'san chnoc-sa rochleachtastair, Met. Dinds. iii 54.20 .
an fhoighide . . . / gloineide an chlí i gcleachdainn-se, DDána
55.3 .cuiced Lagen . . . / i[n]ar chlecht cach dagfer dían
75 in which used to dwell, LL 4177 .cleachtmaoid a ccuasaibh
carrach`we frequent', Atlantis iv 136.32 .
WithOC:is ingen Chathaīr ro chlecht / . . . coa timthirecht
used to be ministering to them, Fing. R. 665 .ag síol Cheallaigh
'gar chleacht mé with whom I was wont to be, DDána 77.21 .
80 ar Mhuiris gCliach 'gar chleachtas, 67.32 .
In impers. construction:mar sin nár clechtadh d'U Cháimh
/ cliar ó thosaig d' a tatháir Ó C. was not accustomed to being
censured
, Ériu iv 216 § 13 .do cleachtadh dháibh fíon d'ibhe
/ do láimh ríogh`they were wont', Studies 1924, 241 § 2 .iar
85gcaill an tearmainn ┐ an tsochair do cleachtaoi leó d'fhagh-
bháil ó Ghaedhealaibh, Keat. i 84.y .an ré do chleachtadh i
dtalamh Éireamhóin that used to be the practice(?), Hackett
xxxiv 4 (`as a custom'), Gloss.).