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clithmarán n o,m.(cf. cluthmar):a chuilinn, a chlithmharáin
`little sheltering one', Buile S. 66.5 .

clithra n[iā,f.] (clithar) protection,security :Affer dorat ainm...
/ dond Affraic ar cumne cned / ó c. ¤ ro hanmniged, LL 16295 .
5 clithre a band or body of soldiers; safety, guard, security;
clithre cuirp a body-guard, P. O'C.

clithugud [u,m.]vn.formation fromclith.act ofsheltering,
protecting :no bíd ca altram ┐ ca ch. ¤ in tṡotha, LL 21235 .

1 clíu n k,m. term applied to some kind ofterritory(?): for
10cúan-bla clíach ┐ crích, Met. Dinds. ii 22.62 ( LL 29996 ,
cliath,v.l.) (`of ridges and territories'). Innn.loc..see Hog.
Onom. and bellumCliach, AU an. 744 .orccain na cCliach,
FM i 174.2 . bellumCairn Feradhaigh i Cliu, AU an. 627 .
Clāre .i. Clīu-Ara .i. mullach Clīach, Corm. Y 278 .nisrogab
15as Chliú chlemnach / oenḟer bad ḟiu Tairdelbach, Rawl.
165b44 . Perh. also:do chathcliu na Conallach, MR 188.8
(`with the famed battalion of the Conallians').trethan trom
ainbthine / allchlíu fri immalldu, LU 8710 (?leg. all chlíu).
Asn.pr. m. Cliu, LL 1516 .

20 ? 2 clíu: n atchiu cach recht im road / de chliu [cach] cert co
grian, LL 3526 (=rofáith cach recht . . . / roscáich . . .,
Met. Dinds. i 28.6 ).

cliú,cliúitech xseeclú,clúitech.

clius xseecles.

25 cló n(cloë io,m.?) Later alsoclód. IGT Decl. § 108 .n s.?clu,
ZCP iv 185.6 .clóó, LL 13461 (rhet.).g s. clúi, IT i 191.18 .an
chló , PBocht 5.9 .anchlódha , Donl. xxiii 2 .n pl. cloi(cloï,
ed.), Blathm. 51 .clóigl.claui, Sg. 189a2 .cluí, LU 2188 .
cloithi, YBL 89a24 .cloidhi, TBC St. 4906 .cluiche, YBL
30 161a29 .a pl. naclu gl.clauos, Lor. Gild. 153 .naclóthi , LB
231ay .cloethi, PH 127 .g pl.?clóë, Met. Dinds. iv 248.19 .cloe,
Smaointe B. Chr. 5633 .cloo, 5638 .nacló , LB 231b22 .
nagclá , Studies 1921, 417 § 2 .naclodh , H. 3.18,557.15 .
d pl. cluib, Otia i 116 § 9 .clóthib, PH 8304 .clóithib, 8294 .
35 clóaibh, Smaointe B. Chr. 4001 .
(a)metalspike,nail :benaid a c[h?]. n-argit ro boí ina láim
frisin n-úaitni, LU 8273 .clóthi derga . . . iarnaide . . . co
ndrúcht neme for barr cech oen chlúi, IT i 191.15 , 17 .
in tuma ina thinnib no in tuma ina cloithib`in ingots . . . in
40wedges
' (Plummer MS. notes), Laws i 188.y Comm. ler'
dinged in c. ¤ na chneid, Met. Dinds. iii 64.127 .do lingetar a
cloidhi co Raith C. splints(?), TBC St. 4906 (`a nail, . . .
a nail-shaped dressing for a wound, a tent for a wound
',
Gloss.).c. ¤ .i. tairrnge, O'Cl. Obscure:atconnarc and
45Fiachraig n-ail ail cech ecló saír clóó, LL 13461 (rhet.).
Extended meanings:cluí thened triana tengthaib, LU
2188 .secht meda deg di shalonn . . . ina n-ōenclō glēgel,
Aisl. MC 123.21 .na gclā seacdha`frozen spikes' (i.e. icicles),
Studies 1921, 417 § 2 .clagl.oculorum (impositio cum inciso
50cortice libro alienae arboris germen inserimus)abud, agraft ,
Thes. ii 235.10 .
(b) imprint,impression; henceform,shape,appearance:
macsamhuil na mná úd, / a bpearsa, a gc. ¤ `form',
Oss. iv 162.4 .ré do só tar soluisreannaibh / is é a ch. ¤ ós chomhur-
55sannaibh, DDána 89.17 .beag nach bhfuilid i gc. ¤ a chéile
they are almost exactly alike, 111.10 .aon-ch. ¤ caoine na
gCarthach`alike is their weeping for the C.' (of various rivers),
A. Ó Dálaigh lii 42 .ádhbhar seargtha c. ¤ , Hackett xii 26 .
cuiridh tú c. ¤ ar ṡáluibh mo chos`a print', Job xiii 27 .
60(c) print(of a book): an cléirioch séimh do tharruinn a
ch. ¤ , Párl. na mB. 2383 .locht na dteangthadh ┐ an chlódha,
Donl. xxiii 2 .mar sgríob pinn i gclódh, E. O'Rahilly 168.12 .
As quasivn. act ofdescribinginprint :ní foghar a c. ¤ coimse
`to describe her fitly is not possible', A. Ó Dálaigh xv 13 .
65In phrr.cuirid (búailid) i gc. ¤ forms,shapes;prints,pub-
lishes :tarla dhó a dhíol do ghuaillidh / buailidh i gc. ¤ ríogh
ríoghain in the same mould as a king, DDána 48.7 .ríoghan
níor cuireadh id ch. ¤ `never was queen made like thee', A.
Ó Dálaigh xiv 8 .ioná ann Aoin-Teagasg Críosduighe
70Gaoidheilge . . . dar cuireadh a gclódh go nuige so, Donl.
xxii 4 .go gcaithfeamna . . . / freagairt gan stad don reacht
do chuir an Rí i gclódh(of Judgment Day), Hackett
xxiv 4 .
Compds. With noun.clobeimnech na claidem`whirring
75blows
', CCath. 5914 .da clobuinne caiti cet[h]ardruimnec[h]a
do iarann`peaks(?)', 5273 .co ngaptais na clobuinnedha
sin o brud in cathbharra co bil an cresa boi imme do dhín
. . . a muineoil`spiky coils(?)', 5269 .'na gnáth ghnaoi / . . .
a's 'na clódh-sgéimh, Oss. vi 38.3 .clóilíon trillseach géag,
80 Hackett xi 2 (`the number sufficient to form an outline or figure',
Foclóir).
With adj.ní táire fóiscríob chlóchaol phinn go ngléas /
'ná a dhá córrbhraoi, Hackett xi 17 .Clófhionn npr. f.,
SG ii 490.38 .na lámh gclóghonta, Aithd. D. 60.24 .an aoilchneis
85chlónósglan mar chnuasach dfhás, Hackett xxi 17 .

clóaid xseecloïd.