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clochán n o,m.(cloch) Alsoclachán. paved roadorcauseway :
a cumang sráiti [no chlochain], Laws iii 184.20 Comm.
Distinguished fromtóchar:da ba ar tocra, . . . da ba ar
75clocanaib`stepping-stones', v 94.12 Comm. eirg immach for
c. ¤ na Temrach ┐ notléic féin fair . . . ┐ abrat is tutim dorochar
forsna clochaib, Thr. Hom. 24.19 .ia mór . . . co roacht an
t-uiscce . . . co Clochán (leg.c. ¤ ) Ulaidh na ttrí ccros,
FM ii 598.11 .an c. ¤ o Garda an bainb co Ilaid Chilaid . . . do denam
80la Bresal, CS 264.20 .alaind in senud seṅg-thaeb, / cuiri
cend-caem dar clochan, Met. Dinds. iv 342.44 (`a paved
walk leading from the church to the graveyard? a causeway
across marshy ground surrounding the church
?' n.) (= LL
28044 ).an c. ¤ ó. crois epscop E. co hIrdom Chiaráin, FM
85 ii 898.z .rolínsat Gréic sráti ┐ c[h]lochána ┐ belata na cath-
rach, TTr.² 1872 .nocha n-imthigim clachān nā cloch(prob.
readna ccloch, but line hypermetrical), Arch. iii 233 § 6 .
gáirtear (sicMS.) 'mad chois ar chl., Ir. Review 1912, 472 §
11 . Of a causeway from shore to island:rogluais ris anonn
isin c. ¤ aran inis, Ériu v 96.21 .Fig. hI Mochan . . . / fa
5ch. ¤ d'éigsib Ereann, Hy Fiachr. 228.6 .

1 clochar n o, [m.] (cloch) Thurn. Gramm. § 265 . stony place :
coiche notglen c. ¤ slebe?`who clears the stone-place of the
mountain
?' Leb. Gab. 264.10 =coiche nod gleith clochur
slébe, LL 1563 (.i. cóich glefes cech ceist acht misse). (glen,
10gleithcorruption ofgeil?).iar cnis (scis, cris,v.ll.) chlochair,
Met. Dinds. iv 104.54 ( LL 23398 ) (`over the surface of a
causeway
'). ?Fig. ó rombíät immalle / i clochur in garbṡlige
`stone-dyke of fierce slaughter', Fianaig. 26.5 .
Asn. loc. a loco quiClocheruocatur , Thes. ii 261.27 (Ardm.).
15 qui esti Clochur, Trip.² 1833 .for brú Chlochair, LL 27788 .
g s.inn. loc. espoc Droma clochair, Fél. 186.4 .combo lan a
mmag dina lecaib. Is dé ata Mag Clochair, LU 5889 . ?Mál
i Clíu Máil Sen i Clochair, 2715 (? omission before Clochair).

? 2 clochar: n co slóg ríg, rán c. ¤ , Fél. Aug. 15 .c. ¤ .i. coimtinól,
20 186.5 . Perh. same word as1 clochar. See Dinneen,s.v.

clochda adj io, iā(cloch)made ofstone,stony :altóir clochtha
(altare lapideum), Trip.² 1042 (clochta,v.l.).do slebhtibh
c. ¤ cenn-gharbha, Leb. Gab. 116.17 .snechta cruaid clocda
coimsiltec, BB 240a48 .na delba c. ¤ ┐ umai, PH 1732 .isna
25taiblib c. ¤ i sleb Sína, 6637 .ag dluthubadh na comlad n-adbal
n-umaidi ré doirrsib clochta comdaingne na cathrach, TTebe
4103 (clochdha,v.l.).eclais clochdha, Lism. L. 3790 .
Fig. as c. ¤ , ní coindercel, cridhe miadhach mac duine, FM
i 524.x .an croidhe clochdha(cor lapideum), TSh. 10502 .

30 ? clochrad n o,m.(cloch):trí clochraid (clothraige, clothrai,
clochraid, clochraidi,v.ll.) Hérenn: Ard Macha, Clúain Maic
Nóis, Cell Dara`stone-buildings', Triads 34 (trí clothra .i.
coimhthineoil cluacha nó uirdherca, p. 36 ).sgarfaidh sí
croinn le clochradh(of a curse)stone-work(?), BNnÉ 146.50 .

35 clochrán n m.(?1 clochar) stepping-stones(?): donither clocha
da ccruituibh . . . ┐ taid 'san c. ¤ sin fa chosuibh caich, BNnÉ
163 § 31 (`little stone heap').atad a ccroinn [cíuil] . . . / 'na
cc. ¤ fo cosaibh cáich, 150.xvii .
As n. loc., see Hog. Onom.

40 clod xseeclad.

clód n u, [m.]. Earliercloüd.C. ¤ isvn.ofcloïd.See also Blathm. 961 note .
Later forms very variable:cla(o)í,cla(o)íd,cla(o)íde,
claoidheamh.g s. claíte,cla(o)idte.clódh cládh, IGT Verbs
§ 42 .Cf.also:do chló cóir do chomhardadh ris féin ón chlódh
45agus ón chluinsin, Bard. Synt. Tr. 34.8 . (a)act ofturning
(back, aside),returning,retreating: drong cen clod o chrabad,
Gorm. Dec. 3 .cen gae, cen scíath, cloithi bann that turned
aside feats
(?), SR 5863 .in sét daberar ar clodh i tar`the sét
that is given for stooping into baseness
', Coibnes § 7 gl.
507 (gl.sé[oi]t turchlaithe the price of submission).gearr bhíos
an chumha so ag c. ¤ `soon does this grief return', Studies 1924,
88 § 25 .smuain gan do chlódh choidhche ar gcúl, DDána
42.24 .ag clódh urchradh na hÉireann averting the ruin of
Ireland
, 85.20 .na mná don chonair do chlódh`put aside
55from their path
', Aithd. D. 95.29 .la homun na toirthedh do
clod forculu, Marco P. 65 .forchongraim foruibh clódh forcula
on tsaeibhdliged fora taithe, 24 .do forconngair in teglach
forsin righ clod doridhisi co ca[traig] Cumaloit, Grail 474 .
clodh tara n-ais, 1202 .do mhúchadh . . . lochta foghluighthe
60a dhúthaighe, dá gclódh ó chlaonadh . . . a reachta, TSh.
6782 .go ro fhuráilset forra . . . , clódh ina fritheing,
FM i 514.3 .clódh a ratha`the reversing of his fortune' (Gloss.),
O'R. Poems 2131 . In phr.c. ¤ na baise aturnof the hand(?),
aclap(?): gearr bhus lón loise an domhain / clódh na boise
65a baromhail`the turning of a hand', Dán Dé xxii 9 .téid mar
chlódh na boise an bioth, xxxi 23 .dá égcaoine . . . / iomdha
banntrocht is bandáil / lé clódh beó-chroidhe bos`with
sorrowful beating of hands
', Gleanings 18 § 29 .Of a weapon,
act ofturningtheedge,blunting(?): ri tulguba na scíath ica
70scoltud ┐ ri glondbeimnig na claidib icá c. ¤ , LL 31478 .
Fig.(b)act ofconverting :guidhfidh co dichra faa clodhsum
forcula, Marco P. 1 .do ghabh Muire Magh-da-léana / leat,
a Dhé — gár dheacra ar gclódh? DDána 30.22 .act of
translating :in leabhor do clodh forcula o thengaidh na
75Tartairedh cusin tengaidh laitianda, Marco P. 1 .act of
perverting,subverting,leading astray :ar clodh ceilli fa clemh-
nus, Prolegomena 50 § 15b .craosól ag clódh a gcéille, Measgra
D. 55.27 .do bhí do chlódh ar a céill`so affected her mind',
Aithd. D. 100.21 .clódh fuarchóra, 60.13 .
80(c)act ofchanging,exchanging :cath cloita denn, Blathm.
241 .Ísu . . . íar clóud báis i n-eseirgiu, Trip.² 666 .dognīatt
. . . c. ¤ dā clogc . . . diaraile`make an exchange of their two bells',
BColm. 92.19 .cidh ima ndenae in clogh croth asin . . . ? ZCP
x 298.5 .na dūili . . . do dhelugud re na cumachtaib náema
85┐ a n-aigned do chló`their nature will change', RC xxviii 312 §
12 .ag clódh ó fhine Eadhra / cridhe mór ar mhímheanma
`the great courage of Í Eadhra was changed to despair', Aithd.
D. 37.39 .clódh gné áille, IGT Decl. ex. 756 .clódh a dealbha,
O'Hara 3242 .clódh .i. ionntodh, claochlodh, O'Cl.
(d) Various:c. ¤ fri act ofturningto,cleavingto(?): mé ag
5clódh risin gcéidchion`as I incline to my old sin', PBocht
4.15 .bador beoil na ccneth ag claoi a cheile, ZCP x 292.9
(?leg.ag claoi re . . . ). In phr. cen ch. ¤ : a cír a criol cen ch. ¤
`unsurpassed', Met. Dinds. iii 464.59 .cor ḟuacratar cath can
chlód / for Morc without retreat(?), LL 29014 .Cerball
10can ch. ¤ unconquered(?), 4308 .ro chlaidsead crandcar gan
clodh forind aes dana ndímor, BB 42b24 .gan c. ¤ gan cumscu-
gad re cheli, MR 240.21 .bhāmur ann ar n-ollamhnaibh /
gan chlódh do dhuine ar domhan, KMMisc. 56 § 6 .a cneas
mar chuip, / nó mar shneachta cnuic gan clódh, Dánta Gr.
15 5.34 .
(e)act ofoverthrowing,vanquishing,subduing :do chloud
tra in dligid sin`to overthrow that view', Ml. 56b16 .sab cáid
clóithe pillar of conquest, Fél. Dec. 14 .cloud diabul, Mon.
Tall. 148.5 .robo cloch . . . cloithi cach uilc Colum Cille,
20 LU 924 - 25 (ACC Comm.).hisin chath clūite flaithe, ZCP
viii 118 § 20 .in t-oenchrand ni hassu a ch. ¤ , / meni fagba a
rithadód(see suggestions.v. frithadód), TBC 2349 ( LL
9436 ).ri cath ri c. ¤ , LL 1883 .gan chlaoidhe i gcath, SG
16.2 .cura fedat a clod ut inimicos ualeant prosternere, Gild.
25Lor. gl. 44 .cluithe . . . / creacha, as marbhtha, as madhmanna,
Misc. Celt. Soc. 162.169 .beart chloithe ar Éirinn ég ríogh,
Ériu viii 83.68 .imdha sgol cnaeite ó chumhaidh / ar son
claeite Conchubhair, Misc. Celt. Soc. 378.z .tucc in Dearg
do chlaoídhe Guill / na hairm nimhe, Duan. Finn ii 314 § 59 .
30 [Bibus] do marbadh ┐ comurtha a claiti do thabairt cuici
`proof of his murder', ZCP vi 277.15 .gan chlaoi ó Ghalluibh,
LBranach 3861 .Sadhbh is Art Aoinfhear échtach / dá
ríghin caibhdhean do chlódh, 3291 .daoirse chlóidh`ruinous
slavery
', Aithd. D. 35.5 .mo dheala ┐ Rí na ríogh / ná tí
35dhíom cheana do chlódh`may I not fail to heal my breach
with the Lord
', Dán Dé xxvii 34 .do bhíodar dh'á g-claoidh-
eamh go fann, Oss. iv 276.22 .atá [bhur bhfearann] na
fhásach ar na chláoidh lé coimhightheachaibh`overthrown by',
Is. i 7 .Cf.also:a ógh . . . / nar ghabh clódh óghachta ó fhior,
40 A. Ó Dálaigh xiv 10 . Hence,act ofsurpassing :ní fhéad
éinbhean a clú do chlódh, Aithd. D. 82.3 . ?nách clódh air
bith i gcómh-chruth do Ḃénus í she is in no way inferior to V.
(?), Keat. Poems 128 (cló?).
Withcath(a) etc.:it anmand (= anfann?) cluithe cath
45`weak in winning battles', ZCP iii 204.7 ( LU 9573 ;clóithe,
cláite,v.ll.).in claideb do ch. ¤ na gcath, SG 371.4 ( LL 300b2 ).
Cerball currig caémLife / c. ¤ catha for Cond, LL 6696 .trí
cloidim fri c. ¤ cliathach, BR² 870 .c. ¤ coscair ann so, MR
302.12 .ag clódh treasa, Bard. Synt. Tr. 33.10 .clódh
50cogaidh . . . / mór an obair ógnaoidhean, Aithd. D. 60.12 .
(f)Ofovercoming,subduing(desires,vices,emotions,etc.):
clo a miana . . . clod a mían, Laws iii 204.13 , 15 Comm.
cauraid clōite ferg, ZCP viii 117 § 10 ( Rawl. 88a38 ).dochuaid
for cel, cluithi cin(i.e.he died penitent?), SR 3685 .is tria
55úmla ┐ tria inísle ro-chind aice a chlood, PH 4814 (Jesus
rejecting the temptations of the devil).ní bhiadh clódh ar
cumhaidh, DDána 63.29 .dá sirinn clódh an chroidhe`to
check my heart
', Aithd. D. 12.24 .o da bi se fein ar n-a clai on
trocuire indus narb ail leis indeachaidh da dhenumh,
60 Smaointe B. Chr. 494 (clai nó clui,v.l.).ar gcionta do chlódh
`to blot out our sins', A. Ó Dálaigh v 4 .a cholann do chlaoi,
Mac Aingil 3658 .do bheith i gceilg ar a choguas dá chlódh
┐ dá thurnamh, TSh. 2107 .sás a n-uaille do chlódh, 698 .
chum an cathughadh do chlaoi`in order to overcome the
65temptation
', Donl. 418.2 .clódh a teadhma, Studies 1921,
75 § 17 .incloudgl. (peccatorum) conuictio, Ml. 70a7 (or for
inchloud proof,conviction?).
(g)Ofovercoming diseases: in tan nach etir le fein an
easlainti do clai, RC xlix 25.13 .
70Compds. With adj.cloidhmhthe clódh-bhuilleacha, CRR²
30 . With vb.do cloidhbrudh(?) an sluagh were overthrown,
ZCP ii 556.37 .do clódmesc a craidhe was dejected and
perturbed
, Caithr. Thoirdh. 16.3 .