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? clóan: n nī racha as aniu, a clóain`o evil one', Death-tales
38 § 5 . But perh. readchlóenáin, seecláenán.

? cloar adj o, āepithet:maic Coilbad Cloair, LL 346c49 .

clobae n spike :c. ¤ argaid i llaim Chonchobar, IT ii1174.18 cf.
5 benaid [Conchobur] a cló n-argit ro boí ina láim frisin n-úaitni,
LU 8273 ( FB 21 ).dobertis . . . bera cruadi cuilind no
clobadu aidbli iaraind tria figisib (= fithisib) corp dremi
dib, LB 156bx .Cf. clobhadh`tongs', O'R. and see Bidrag
132 .Cf. cló.

10 clobdae adj io, iā(clobae) tirsos[leg. thyrsos , 2 Mac. 10.7 ] stipites
.i. clopdai, Thes. i 2.4 .

clobstra xseeclabstra.

clobus xseeclous.

cloc n o,m.(Late Lat.cloc(c)a, otherwise Thurn. Gramm.
15 p. 87 ) (a) bell :clocc ┐ menstir ┐ bachall, Thes. ii 241.16
(Ardm.).na gobaind ócc dénum na clocc, Trip.² 2959 .
es .i. ēcc;undeeslēne ┐ clog estechtae knell, Corm. Y 573 .
an clog mairb, ZCP viii 559.17 .ceall o teit c. ¤ ┐ salm, Laws
v 118.5 .issi in faithchi techta la Feine ni ro saig guth cluicc
20no gairm cailig cercc, iv 194.2 .do tiscail a chluic aire,
364.7 (a form of outraging a bishop).aistreoir . . . ic buain
cluig ┐ ic oslugud tempaill, v 22.7 Comm. clog cloigtige
(opp. to lam-clog), 22.8 Comm. im ch. ¤ focain cethra .i.
focanus im braigit na cethra, i 126.3 ; 142.13 Comm. ma[d]
25cú foilm[n]ech bid urfogra cluic nó clothra fo a bragait,
O'Dav. 471 .co clug taitnemach, IT i 39.22 .or[oit] do
Domnall U Lachlaind lasi ndernad in c. ¤ sa . . . ┐ do(d)
Chathalan . . . do maer in chluic(inscription on a bell-shrine),
Petrie, Christian Inscriptions ii 109 .nocha tēigim fo
30guth cluic(said by one lying ill), ZCP vi 263 § 10 .ro escain
in clerech Conall co mbenta ix.iii. ceolán fair atberait aroile
is duine fogeib clúgu Conall, conid de sin rolil C. clogach,
LB 238[d]a10 .duirtech . . . áit a cclunidis clucca, BNnÉ
317 § 6 .c. ¤ tinōil`the chapter-bell', Aisl. MC 31.22 .clocc
35proinne the dinner bell, BNnÉ 301 § 7 .caillech fri clog`a
nun as bell-ringer
', Aisl. MC 73.14 (in a list of useless things).
a rún thuigeas teangtha clog`that understands what church-
bells say
', Aithd. D. 97.29 .glór an tsionnaigh ris an gclog
(proverbial saying?), Content. xxvii 4 .benad clog oibre
40`they may ring unto worke', RSClára f. 116b .comhluath is
chluinid comhartha an chluig, f. 99b .ciombal .i. clog, Eg.
Gl. 154 . By synecdoche of the church:ná bí ar tí chagaidh
ar chlag`be not inclined to war against the church', Studies
1924, 244 § 27 .
45For powers attributed to saints' bells see V.SS.Hib. clxxvi
f. and:gach teidhm . . . thiocfus in bhar ttír, díneach mo
cluicc . . . da díochur eiste, Misc. Hag. Hib. 44 § 65 .a
bhroicseach borb, na druid aníos, / anal mo chluicc im
cend do cráis, 40 § 58 .trí fáoidhe mo cluicc romhaibh a
50ccath, 45 § 66 .
Used in cursing:ben clucc ar Cellach Carmain / co raib
i talmain rīa ciunn blīadna, Cáin Ad. 18 .tucait gáir c. ¤ ┐
esgaine ┐ mallachtan don méirrlech, SG 45.14 .do fuaras
gáir clog ┐ caindell ┐ mallachtain fírénach(i.e.was excom-
55municated), 43.27 .Cf.also:do tabairt clocc ┐ mionn da
cele imma ccaradradh do comall`had taken vows by bells
and relics
', FM iii 426.15 .
Many bells had proper names. See V.SS.Hib. clxxvii
n.16 and perh. also:nī ruc Adomnān claideb les dochum in
60chathai, acht clocc na fferce Adomnāin .i. cluicīn mēsi
Adomnāin, Cáin Ad. 17 .in Clog Padraic (.i. in Udachta),
a bell supposed to have been bequeathed by St. Patrick,
RC xxiii 404 § 12 .Solamh Ó Meallán maor cluig an edhachta,
FM iii 608.13 .do rat Patraicc a chlog feisin do Chaillin . . .
65Clog na rignomenin cluig sin, ar is mór di riguib Erend
ro baisted as, Fen. 232.7 , 12 .trí lán chluig na righ d'offráil
airgid(given to the comarb of Caillin), ALC i 364.19 .
Attrib.g s bell-shaped :in cua[dh] cluic, Laws i 134.5 Comm.
at cluicgl.galea, Ir. Gl. 26 .
70?cetna gnim gnisset mar chloc / dabach humai istudloc,
SR 4197 .
(b)Used toindicatethehour, henceclock: a cinn cúig
mbuilli don clog`at five o'clock', St. Ercuil 2093 .dā uair in
chluig riassan lō do shoillsiugadh, Fl. Earls 130.16 .ar a
75thrí do chlog i ndiaidh mheadhóin laoi, TSh. 10247 .
Compds. With noun. ¤ thech belfry (used of the round
towers often connected with Irish monastic buildings. See
Petrie's Round Towers):cloicthech Sláne do loscadh . . .
Bachall ind erlama ┐ cloc ba dech di clocaibh . . . do loscadh,
80 AU an. 950 .cloicthech Mainistrech . . . co n-a lebraibh ┐
taiscedhaibh imdhaibh do loscadh, an. 1097 .leim tar
chloicech(in a list of impossible conditions), O'C. 981
( H. 3.18,423a ).clocthige ós chella, LL 308a16 ( SG 388.31 ).
cloictheach Thelcha nIonmainde . . . do dluighe do chaoir
85theineadh ┐ cloch do sgeinm as an ccloictheach isin,
FM ii 1012.y (A.D. 1121). By extension of a tower used merely
for defence:doronsat cloicteach dhoibh fein ana coideldais
ar ecla ilphiast in fhasaigh, BLism. 119 va25 . WithVn.
foghar sailm-cettail Ruadhain . . . ┐ a claicc-beim . . . occ
esccaine fair bell-ringing , BNnÉ 324 § 38 . With adj.co h-I
5cloigbinn, KMMisc. 320.4 .