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cloïd v(somet. alsoclu-, and with diphthongcloí(d)-,claí(d)-).
IGT Verbs § 42 (clói-,clái-,claí-).Cf.Mod. Ir.cloíonn le, sticks to , (Greene, Ériu xxi 29 ). ITrans. (a) turns,turns
60 back,repels :conid cloitis asind noibi i mbí`so that they might
drive him
', Ml. 112b20 .mac Failléin . . . / ní chlóifither for
cúlu, SG 388.3 .ni claefidis é uada they could not turn him
(part him) from it
, TTebe 3446 .
(b) Of weaponsturns the edge,blunts :ní for brágtib dam
65na bó / clóthir colg mo ruanado, LU 9672 . ?immo tarlaicthe
cranna imma cloiset gai, LL 13474 .rocloait a cloidme re
cailcib na cromsciath, Ériu viii 44.16 .ro chlaiset laighni
. . . a taebaib trenmiled, Aen. 2825 . ?gora chloesetar a
n-ilchlessarda ra tilib . . . na scíath cliss, LL 10537 ( TBC
70 3561 ).
(c) overthrows,vanquishes,conquers,destroys :is airi ro
cload it has been destroyed, Wb. 3b1 .nob cloifethergl.
uincemini, Ml. 67a11 .ro clois-siugl.uicisti, 43d18 .ro chlói
gl.uincente, 37a5 .clóithergl.uinci, 30c1 .cloithirgl. (eadem
75ruina . . . ) inuoluitur, 16b3 .i ndithrub pardais ro cloi-som
Adam i ndíthrub in domuin ra cloi-som Críst, Tur. 18 .
ro clui aicme ilclannaigh, O'Dav. 350 .cluidsius borb beolu
bennacht`he subdued to benediction the mouths of the fierce
ones
', ACC 119 ( LU 1125 ).for Conchobar clúais,
80 RC xxix 212 § 17 .con ro cloe demhon, Blathm. 172 .doel oca diul.
Medithir orcni cor chlai a letaeb uile`destroyed', Fél.² xxxiv
38 .ma clāid airigu[d]`siegt (durchdringt)', ZCP xiv 348.14
(of testing samples of malt).macne Chathaīr ro cloīset
mo brugas búar, Fing. R. 489 .dī cīch mnā no chlōitis leis
85(of Bricriu), Corp. Gen. 284.15 .ruiri Macha . . . / clōas
crīcha Cathriach, 9.1 .is búaid mór do Góedelaib / co clothar
in slúag, LU 9473 .nói cluid nís clúi garbdrend`could not
demolish
', Met. Dinds. i 30.37 .nirb obair liúin rodusclái`that
broke them
(of dogs)', Met. Dinds. iii 122.42 .ro clofinnsi
Cesair gan ar gan airlech, CCath. 4581 .denaid frithaire . . .
5naro cloa diabul sib, PH 3052 .romclaeietar mo dubailce,
D iv 2,67b5 .dot bhais tsheing nār cládh ó chion,
ZCP ii 352.26 .triar nach claoidhfidhear choidhche(of the Trinity),
DDána 60.14 .sé gnéithe fiabhrusa . . . lé gclaoidhtear an
cholann, TSh. 7890 .mairtír nár chló a coing, Celtica iv
10125 § 28 .cloch . . . cloech a bērla n-airberta ar inní chlōes
cach raod, Corm. Y 213 .
(d) Withcath,cathu:cía ro chathu cloí, Trip.² 2530 . Hail
Brigit 21 .erred fir cluas catha, LU 9681 .cluim cathu, LL
13864 (rhet.).clōiet na catha co crūaid, Ériu vi 122 § 11
15( Rawl. 83b24 ).
(e) Of the effect of grief:ro claided o galar na cumadh iat,
Laud 610,f. 24b (Plummer MS. notes).rodonclái gol ┐
mairg, Met. Dinds. iii 124.64 .adhbal ecc ecc dom ruacht,
/ cruaidh romcluidh, Leb. Gab. 260.x (glossed:do thochail
20no do claoi mo croidi).
(f) Withdath,cruth,gnóe changes(for the worse): ro
chlai dath, / amal mnai beth ic lamnad, SR 3027 .ra ṅgab
guba, ro chlói cruth, 6087 .Conaire caem cruth nár chlaei,
SG 151.8 .do-clos tre diumus mo gnaoi`durch Übermut habe
25ich meine Schönheit verwandelt
', ZCP x 416.4 .na hardphuirt-
se ór clódh a gcruth, DDána 68.14 .
(g) Withcíall,intliucht,etc. perverts,leads astray :nís
derban día ṅdáil ind reb sin ┐ ní cluí a n-indtlicht oca ndáil,
BDD² 1155 ..uiii. ṁbliadna buí i rrigi . . . cialla ros claí
30rectaid rán, LL 16618 .coro chluí a brétho a blaid / in
t-Eocho, 15763 .nír chlódh mo chiall, Anecd. i 29 § 36 .is í
menmai Deicc . . . ro cload ann, PH 1047 .roclaeit cetfada
curad a[c] comthoitim, TTebe 2827 .
(h)Ofdesires,vices subdues,conquers: slan don miandaigh
35in ní claides a mian`what subdues her yearning',
Laws iii 204.9 Comm. an tí chlaoieas a fhearg féin, Desid. 1491 .
teagaisgidh mar chlaoieas sí saint na sul, 1195 .an tsubháilce
ré gclaoitear an drúis, Donl. 164.23 .
II (a) Intrans. turns,returns, turnsback :créd ima clofad
40óa anmianaibh why should he turn from his evil desires?
Aisl. Tund. 103.1 .do closed da tigib, Ann. Conn. 1256.8 .
ná cló dá hibhe`turn not to drink it', Magauran 2422 .do
indtódar ón imresain ┐ do clóadar ón cath, Caithr. Thoirdh.
91.36 .níor chló an bhean do bhí dot iarraidh / gur bhean sí
45do dhiamhair dhíd(to the Cross discovered by Helena), Dán
Dé iii 25 .[do] dhruim cheilge nocha chló, Aithd. D. 8.43 .
gu ro clodhsat forculai cusin loingis doridhisi, Marco P.
149 .ra chlóiset cuir caratraid, LL 10521 (rhet.).
?is hed as dilem limm ciacloidgl.ne quis uos seducat,
50 Wb. 26a2 (leg., with Sarauw,ciatloid, edd.) `that ye overcome',
Plummer MS. notes.rinnib ris cloífet cnámreda, LU 10365
(rhet.).Bith mac Noe na n-ildrem / cid ro choíl re cladband,
LL 521 .cúic claidmi nár chlaí fri cnáim, BR² 863 (?leg.
claíset).
55 Vn. clód.

? cloind: n c. ¤ .i. honní cloides cach n-indliged, Thr. Ir. Gl.
13.29 . ?Leg. cloidem.

cloindbinnius,cloindmanus xseeclaidemnas.

? cloinnech: n cloch . . . danadh ain[m] calsidonius ┐ si c. ¤
60ruaidderg, Celtica ii 125.165 .

? cloinntine: n clonintinne (sic) .i. cluinnte`auditus', Goid.
79.286 (Dúil Laithne) (cloinntinne, notes).

clois n a s.andd s. cluinti mochlois hear my voice, Ériu i 118 § 8 .
?ní fúar do ṡét di márchlois`thy like for great fame I have not
65found
', Liad. and Cuir. 16.6 .

? cloísi indin compd.:fogur tuinni toirm Nóisi / ba ceol bind a
bithchlóisi, Lg. 17.26 (`to hear him always', Lg.2).

cloisid xseeclois(t)id.

cloisin vn.ofro-cluinethar.act ofhearing :nirbo lor la hA. a
70closin na failti do thabairt dosom, Anecd. i 2.y (=a c[h]los
-[s]in, SCano 42 ).iar closin doib a sethar do brith ar athed,
TTr.² 572 .iar c. ¤ ega F., RC xxiv 186.2 (cloisdin,v.l.). ?ni
ḟil cirmin gin a ch. ¤ .i. ni fil coir in ní gin a c. ¤ , O'C. 1468 ( H.
3.18,652 ). ? In compd.fri huaim n-ecarat umat ciallathar
75.i. . . . re techt t'eascarat cucat dott adhbalclosin, O'C.
378 ( H. 3.18,214 ).Cf. forcluaisin, 379 . See alsoclos,
cluinsin.

cloistecht m.andf.(infl. of1 closoncoistecht)vn.ofcon-túaisi.
cloisdeacht,claisdeacht m.. . .g s. cloisdeachta ┐ claisdeachta,
80 IGT Verbs § 3 .cloisteacht,claisdeacht m., Decl. § 24 ;g s.
nacloistechta , ZCP viii 200 § 7 .
(a) WithFRI, listeningto:bai Rabecca ic c. ¤ fris, SR 2837 .
bōi . . . C. oc c. ¤ frie-si, Mór M. 6 .rabert na briathra ┐ ra gab
Fer diad clostecht fris, TBC 3486 ( LL 10463 ).c. ¤ re fogurmuirn
85in muighe, CCath. 5649 .bá lór truaighi . . . c. ¤ re
lucht na cathrach, 2228 .
(b)act ofhearing,listeningto:cen c. ¤ cen faicsin,
Laws iii 174 n.l .ic [c]loisteacht in delma, Ériu xvi 82.29 .cluas . . .
i[c] cloisteacht na scel sin, Aen. 739 .nír lámh nech díbh a
claistecht (sic leg.) sin uadha`no one durst let it be heard
5from him
', CCath. 515 .do budh iongnadh le C. cloisdeacht
an chomhfhuachaidh, ML 28.7 =a cluinsin, ML² 357 .
? Attrib.g s. nī ceōl cloistechta, ML² 1647 (cloisteacht,v.l.).
Of the thing heard:ceōilbinne an c[h]oigetail, / cāeime na
cloistechta / cloistitt co cāemh, ZCP viii 200 § 7 .
10(c)faculty ofhearing :do mhúin dúinn céill is cloisdeacht,
Dán Dé xxv 36 .
ba clostecht don rígh . . . comhradh M.`was heard by the
king
', Moling 32 (?ba clos. See2 clos).
Cf. cloisin,cloistin,cluinsin.