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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.).

? clechtis: ind Caduolodor c. ¤ , Todd Nenn. 142 note .

cléibén(e) n io, [m.]. Latercléibín. (clíab)smallbasket: ut fit
5clebene [in marg.] aincis (a prima manu)gl.sportam, Wb.
17d15 .clebénegl.casillum, Sg. 49b14 .cleben no lemnith
abasket-work bird-trap(?)gl.praeses, Thes. ii 42.20 (see
lemnith).do dígail chléibín na caillige, SG 282.20 . 283.15 .
cleibhin d'arán, Num. vi 15 .tri cléibhínigh bána, Gen. xl 16 .
10 cradle :peist ro alt .i. asa noidendacht . . . nó asa lusca .i.
asa cliabaine, Dinds. 60 .

cléibín xseecléibéne.

cléim n(Engl. loanword) claim :dá gcurthaoi asteach gan stad
a gc. ¤ air, Five Pol. Poems 91.152 .

15 cléirchecht nAlso by dissimilationcléircecht.ā,f.(cléirech)
clericalstate,priesthood,monasticlife;clericalism :ced nach
promae dūn do c[h]lērchecht frisin corp trōach ucut, dūs in
taithbēoighfedh in Coimdhiu erot?`clerkship', Cáin Ad. 8 .
ara cleirchecht ro rec a cairptiu, LU 1075 ( ACC 109 Comm. ).
20 ba óen a cherd cléirchechta, 953 ff. (83).iar ndul dó fá cuing
clércechta, FM i 306.3 .Sealbhach . . . do dhol i cclercecht,
318.10 .iar ttréccadh a righe ar chléirceacht, 326.15 .a
berrad do chlérchiucht, Trip.² 2226 .M. . . . rí Húa Cendsilaig,
. . . a cleircecht fuair bass`in clericatu', RC xviii 43.16 (Tig.).
25 gidh scriptuir bes . . . / in cech cill ┐ cleircect, Anecd. ii 38
§ 12 .is do choluib clercechta / . . . / molad do gnima feine /
tathair gnima do cheile, Ériu ii 228.9 .mairg thréicios c. ¤
ar cheird, SG 51.y .dobert a rogha dia dhalta in loechdacht
no an cleirchecht,etruc in dalta do roghain in cleirchecht,
30 Lism. L. 3059 .fechtus dia ndeachaid anti naomh Rúadan
for cuairt cleircechta go righ Eoghanachta an ecclesiastical
visitation
, BNnÉ 329 § 62 .felsom feso ┐ eoluis ┐ indlechta
┐ clercechta, Ann. Conn. 1287.4 .dia do chléirceacht`how
clerical
', Studies 1918, 98 § 5 . Exceptionally inpl. doirtfiter
35grada. dorromnaibter clerchechta. dimicnigfiter suid the
religious life will be forgotten
, RC xxvi 40 § 211 .

cléirchemail adj(cléirech) clerical,ecclesiastical :ardespoc Con-
nacht . . . sai craidbech clerchemail, Ann. Conn. 1392.2 .

cléirchén n m.Later alsocléirchín. (cléirech)littlecleric :fil
40nach cleirchen cuires uir / mac Mail Ochtraig i Fid Duin,
Ériu v 38.19 .tanic sund de muntir Dé / cleirchén gelbán,
LL 5077 = Auraic. 5203 .on clerchen glan, Anecd. i 72 §
204 .cléirchin fris tarlais tinne, LU 9620 (=clerchen, LL
277a1 ).is é cléirchín do bí a[g] dénum an braith .i. Manannán,
45 Im. Brain 62.2 .lepaid ūar / ┐ clērchīn tana trūag,
ZCP vii 297.5 . Asnpr. m.orpnsobriquet:Cleirchén rí hUa mBairce,
TFrag. 212.3 .

cléirchide adj io, iā(cléirech) ecclesiastical,pertainingto orproper
to thereligious life: cuma limsa ní don bith / acht rop cleir-
50cighi (leg.cléirchide, ed.) rop clith / is cuma lim gidh bé dhe
/ acht rop clith rop cleirchidhe befitting a cleric(?),
Ériu ii 229.6-7 .saccart cráibdech c. ¤ `clerical', iii 106 § 43 .
len dott' ord cleirchidhe, Duan. Finn i 55.18 .fer cleirchighi
daenachtach, AU iii 440.28 .fer cleirchi, 536.15 .fear
55cléirchidhe . . . dercach, FM v 1350.4 .

cléirech n o,m.(Lat.clericus). Early Mod. Ir.g pl. -eadh, IGT
Decl. § 23 .cléirceadh, Ériu v 90.29 . Distinctivev a pl.
cléirchiu, alsoclercho,cliarcho etc. cleirchiu, Snedgus u.
Mac R. § 51 .clerco, RC ix 22 § 22 .cliarcho, § 21 (cf.also
60 cliarcha, SG 78.16 ).cliarcho, Snedgus u. Mac R. § 16 .
clercho, § 30 . RC ix 24 § 27 .cleircho, 22 § 22 . Mod. Ir.n pl.
also:cléirche, Ir. Syll. Poetry 70 § 1 .cléirce, Rial. S.F.
1397 . (a) cleric, one inorders(not necessarily an ordained
priest): clēirecha clericus i.e. electus , Corm. Y 352 .cleireach
65gl.clericus, Ir. Gl. 422 .triar c. ¤ . . . oc baithis na hi Brigti,
Vita Br. 2 .alali clerech sruith, 11 ,cf. sruith clérich, LU
1215 .cléirig do dénum it(i)gi a thige, Críth Gabl. 572 .do
munntir Coluim / Cille cléirigh, Snedgus u. Mac R. § 56 .
Cormacc ba cain clérech / haue Liathain, Fél. June 21 .
70 clérich Hérenn, Thes. ii 320.3 ( Hy. ii 61 ).Suarlech co cleir-
chibh Midhe, AU an. 851 .cisne a trí a nemtiger c. ¤ ? talum-
cumscuthad tria firta ar fiadad, marbad na mbeo ┐ beougha
na marb, O'D. 2209 (Nero A vii, 144b).dun tsailmcedlaid
. . . d' adhantaigh ┐ do cleirech gu coraind a tonsured clerk,
75 Laws v 24.5 Comm. cleirig ┐ mna ┐ mec, i 242.10 (exempt
from the liabilities ofsellchecht).ro fergaidhedh in clerech,
6.8 Comm. (of Patrick).i comthinoltaib láech ┐ clérech, LU
2253 ( FA 31 ).do cleirchib ┐ caillechaib, Ériu xix 60 § 8 .
dechor eter cleirchiu ┐ laichu, § 7 .M. . . . comarba Patraic,
80cenn cleirech iartair tuaisceirt Eorpa uile, AU an. 1020 .
i fiadhnu[i]si cleirech nErenn, idon, in Leghait ┐ U[i] Osein
. . . ┐ na n-epscop archena, an. 1157 .mairg thochrus fri
cléirchib cell, SG 78.14 .sóifid fiannas i cella ┐ i cleirchiu,
RC xxvi 40 § 213 .in rabhattar caraitt cleirech occut`clerical
85friends
', 362.13 .clērechgraece cleros, sors, quia de sorte
dictum est , O'Mulc. 216 .écosc cléirigh forsin dara fer ┐
écoscc láich for araile, SG 78.30 .cuigir no seisir do chleir-
chibh ┐ do shagartaibh do mharbhadh, AU iii 600.3 .gabhait
clérich na cille occ ettarghuidhe an Choimdedh, Hugh Roe²
40.27 .clérech ná tuata`person Ecclesiastical', RSClára f.
552a .adeirmisne, na bráithre cléirigh, an o[i]ffige do réir na
cléire oile(officium dicebamus nos clerici secundum alios
clericos), Rial. S.F. 1648 .sacramaint ina ttabhairthear
cumhachda ┐ grása do shagartaibh ┐ do chléircibh, Parrth.
Anma 3091 .
10(b) clerk;scholar,man of letters :laoch clerech`a lay
cleric
(?)' (distinguished in text fromfer graidh), Ériu viii
121.5 .cethrar cleirech fo an inadh a caithinn an t-imperi
a cuid ac scribenn cach oenḟocuil da n-abar sé, Maund. 193 .
a maigistreacha moreladhnacha ┐ a cleirigh canonda, St.
15Ercuil 1782 .na héigsi is dot fháidhibhsi, / na cléirche, na
cliarsgola, Ir. Syll. Poetry 70 § 1 .clerech uisce Arda Macha,
BCC 358.26 (§ 337) .do ba cléirech do ba [ceard]`a sage',
A. Ó Dálaigh lv 21 .do chiúnaidh cleireach [na comhairle] . . .
an pobal`the town-clerk', Acts xix 35 .
20(c) sacristan,acolyte :dá ndeachaidh an cléireach . . . i n-am
an Aifrinn do rádh, dlighidh an sagart an chuid eile de'n
Aifrionn do fhriothólamh dhó féin dá raibh an cléireach gan
filleadh chuige, Eochairsg. 125.22 .go cclérech ndeghchluach
ndesgrédech`Clarke', RSClára f. 88b .coisrig thū féin mar
25aon ris an tshagart ┐ freagair dhō leis an ccléireach(at Mass),
Parrth. Anma 4419 .bhí an cléirioch sásta, / an sagart
ró-bhaodhach, ZCP v 217 ( Mid. Court 505 ).ní maith sagart
gan cléireach, cited Mid. Court glossarys.v.
(d) As epithet or sobriquet:Corcran cleirech, cenn Eorpa
30im crabud ┐ im ecna, AU an. 1040 .Tadhg mac in cleirigh
.H. Concobair, an. 1056 .da mac Maelcobha Clerich, Mac-
Carthy 402.1 .Clereach (?leg.in c. ¤ ) Ua Sealbhaigh, ard
comharba Bairre, FM ii 922.12 .