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1 clúain n i,m.Laterf., IGT Decl. § 201 . Arch.clóin.g s. Clono
Móir, Thes. ii 364.z (Ardm.). Chlúanamóir, Fél. Prol. 184 .
inchluana , LL 374b18 . Clúanaálne, Fél. Apr. 4 .nacluana ,
TBC p. 195 n.4 .Cluaine, Bard. Synt. Tr. 54.4 .d s. óChlúain
85Dolcain dálach, Fél. Aug. 6 .óChluainMór(:brón), LL
38780 .hiClúainaird, Fél. May 26 . Later withdentalendings
d s. clúanuidh, IGT Decl. ex. 2166 .n pl. cluainti,
Laws v 324.17 Comm. d p. cluaintibh, Measgra D. 54.33 .
meadow,pasture-land,glade :c. ¤ ro gabad oc Ailill sund /
dá echaib, Ériu xiv 156 § 3 ( LL 3286 ).badat ail cach c. ¤ ,
5 LU 9863 .dochonnac in cluain cremaig / fó damraid, SG
105.5 .is ed is coimdedh caille and, a cluainti ┐ a guirtine
`glades', Laws v 324.17 Comm. gabhait acc réidhiuccadh
na coilledh ┐ doronsat cluain mór ann i medhon na coilledh,
Misc. Hag. Hib. 15 § 8 .cluain gabálagl.herbagium, Ir. Gl.
10 723 .cluain a clune .i. o chuchu, O'Mulc. 256 .boi . . . c. ¤
féoir ag Dobarchoin . . . Tíaccait . . . doimh Brénainn isin
cclúanaidh , BNnÉ 81 § 162 .ferghort cluana, Lism. L. 2846 .
baindi . . . [tic] on ainmidhi bethaigter a cluain mhaith
de animali iuvene, fruente bona pascua, Rosa Ang. 114.18 .
15 clúana sgor`the meadows of the steeds', Studies 1921, 419 § 12 .
ní cluain ghabhála grás Dé`no appropriated field', Aithd. D.
71.1 .'n-a chluain choigealta,ibid. Fig. cnuasach glan déas
ndíoghloma / . . . / as cluanuidh ughdar n-ordhuirc, Studies
1919, 438 § 3 .
20Very freq. innn. loc.:hi Cloin Lagen, Trip. ii 335.7 .do
Cháerthiund Clúana Da Dam, LU 8509 ( FB 36 ).Cluain
Carpat comainm in chetinaid . . ., TBC 1565 .
C. ¤ alone usu. meansClonmacnoise:Abb Clúana, Fél. Oct.
6 .Macc nissi cáid Clúana, June 13 .i cathir Chlúana, Prol.
25 180 .ticim ō Chlūain chēlbind . . . indis scēla Clūana, IT
iii 93 § 142 . See also Hog. Onom. Exceptionally:Ite Cluana
`of Cluain (Credail)', Trip. ii 514.29 .
Asn. pr. m. ocláech dár' ainm C. ¤ , Lism. L. 4221 .

2 clúain n i,f.Twiceclúin(:dúin, Ó Bruad. i 92 vi and see
30 O'R. Poems 3345 below ). deceit,deception,guile;cajolery,
flattery: do foillsigh Dia . . . a ccealg ┐ a ccluain do M.,
BNnÉ 230 § 138 .gan cheilg, gan chlúin—gan bhréig, O'R. Poems
3345 (assonates withsnúdh).cluain ┐ mealladh ┐ cleasaidh-
eacht, ZCP iv 400.23 .an sionnach, cé ar uairibh / chuireann
35cluain ar a bhfaiceann, Dánfhocail 168 .ní bhfuil bean dá
háille gruaidh, / . . . / do bheanfadh mé dhíot re cluain,
Dánta Gr. 12.11 .briathra bheanas ré cluain nó ré bladar
palabras lisonjeras, Desid. 2503 .gur chuireadar lucht cluana
rompa a chor i gcéill nár dhuine daonna . . . é deceivers,
40 TSh. 7698 .mórán do lucht chluana 'na rioth i ndiaidh N.
an tsaidhbhir flatterers, 10358 .an té thoirmisgeas air neach
eile lé meanguibh nó lé cluanaibh foul practices, Donl.
98.5 .do mheall . . . ┐ do bhuail cluain ar mhathaibh an
domhain, Trompa na bhF. 1605 . ?ó mheall tusa me ré
45clúaine saimhe shaogalta, RC xxiii 20.6 (prob. readclúain).
(b)Applied by Ó Bruadair to a light-heartedencomium
composed as anepithalamium: cuirfead cluain ar chrobhaing
ghealghall, Ó Bruad. ii 50.1 .créad nach canfainn cluain
dom cháirdibh / i nduain phósta? i 92 v .iomdha scéimh
50ar chur na cluana, i .

clúainrecht xseeclúanairecht.

clúanach adj o, ā(2 clúain) attractive,attrahent :eisean an chlach
chlúanach(i.e.the lode-stone), O'R. Poems 2991 .

clúanaide adj(perh. a use ofclúanaige):fa mé an cleasach
55cluanuidi, Acall. 504 `artfully skilled beguiler,' SG ii 113 =
robsam cleachtach cluanuidhe, Oss. iv 280.z .

clúanaige n[io,m.] (2 clúain) trickster,deceiver :trí comartha
clúanaigi, búaidriud scél,etc., Triads 90 (cf. 104 ).is di
besib cluanige / . . . / dothaet,etc., LL(ed.)p. 430 n. seachain
60cluanaidhe is cealgaire, Hard. ii 407.6 ,cf. 398.11 , i 234.10 .

clúanaire n io,m.(2 clúain) (a) coaxer,wheedler,deceiver,
flatterer :ní táinic riamh cluanaire is ferr ná thú`coaxer',
O'Gr. Cat. 136.16 .do mhealltóir ┐ do chluanaire, Desid. 501 .
an diabhal . . . 'na chluanaire chealgach ┐ tusa at amadán,
65 Mac Aingil 1054 .a Dhé . . . / saor me ar chalaois cleas trí
gcluanaire(i.e.the world, the flesh and the Devil), Hackett
xxv 2 .an c. ¤ `the deceitful man', Prov. xxix 13 .an tan bhíos
an clúainaire ag moladh dhuine, Párl. na mB. 3614 .doníthar
an cluainaire do shamhlúghadh lé beathadhach dá ngoirthear
70camel, ainmhídhe sin ar a mbí an uile shórd datha, 3582 .
(b)one whocomposesaclúain (see2 clúain (b)):gibé is
cluanaire ann don ordsin, Ó Bruad. i 92.iv .

clúanairecht n ā,f.(clúanaire). Alsoclúain(i)recht. deceit,
deception,flattery; act ofdeceiving,dissembling :tré chlúain-
75ireachd luchda labhartha na bréige, 1 Tim. iv 2 .an dream
mheallas lé cluanaireacht blanditiis, TSh. 7784 .ag cluan-
aireacht cheilgmhian na colna, 10490 .an ndérnuis meall-
tórachd a ccunradh ré cluanaireachd, lé comhthrom, nó lé
miosúr fallsa, Mac Aingil 3333 .nách fuil san mbladareacht
80nó san chluainareacht acht mil lán do nimh, Párl. na mB.
3576 .grádh gan mheabhal gan chalg gan chluainreacht,
Keat. Poems 1407 .ag cluanaireachd na ḟochair dissembled,
Gal. ii 13 .

clúas n ā,f.Note also:a s. nī fiu c. ¤ , Hail Brigit 14 ( LL 7200 ).
85 nicon fíu cluais, Ériu xiii 44.17 .d s.see Wb. 23c2 below.
Vn.ofro-cluinethar. (a)act ofhearing :is hed ón as maith
lessom do chluas`to hear', Wb. 23c2 .ni cen mu chluais
`not without hearing me', Ml. 130b11 .c. ¤ a dūan do theṅgthaib
bard`the sound of songs heard there from the tongues of bards',
Hail Brigit 9 ( LL 7181 ).nach óin . . . noda-comallfa iarna
5cluais, Ériu ii 202 § 19 (iarna cloisdin,v.l.).a cubhaid
techt . . . do aithne fria cluais to recognise by ear, xiii 44.3 .
an ffil tomhus forsan mbairdne? fil égin tomhus fri cluais,
43.24 .an t-iad cluaisi do radh riu for the ear(of a metrical
device), Bard. Synt. Tr. p. 95, 70b7 .atbélat fir la clúaiss
10ṅgléssa dóib`when they hear them tune their harps' (Gloss.),
TBFr. 121 .cluás .i. cluinsin,ut est: ba bronach in teghlach
oca cluais, Ériu xiii 68 § 88 .H. an anam og a cluais, Aisl.
Tund. 96 § 2 . ?bodara pudore.i. lind cluas, O'Mulc. 163 .
(b)sense ofhearing :na tri búada .i. búaid clúaisse ┐ buaid
15rodairc ┐ buaid n-airdmiusa, LU 6893 ( BDD 49 ).di clūais
mo dhá ó nō di rusc mo dá ṡú[i]l, ZCP vi 258.15 .
(c) More frequently, ear :an rochluinemmar hua chluasaib,
Ml. 112b13 .tri suidigud dosom inna cluas arin chorp huiliu
`through his putting the ears for the whole body' (ref. toaures
20autem perfecisti mihi), 60b16 .cluasa Dǽ diar n-eitsecht,
24a18 .citabiat chlúasa`which ears perceive', Sg. 3a1 .Crīst
hi cech clūais rodomchloathar, Thes. ii 358.2 (Patrick's
Hy.).gabais buidhre a ccluasa, Blathm. 96 § 21 .na cluasasa
nicon tairbertar fri ceolu talman`these ears are not lent to
25earthly music
', Mon. Tall. 131.31 (§ 10) .ti[n]dnacul cluaise
di araili`das Weitergeben von einem Gehör ans andere', ZCP
xvi 175 § 1 (= Laws i 30.25 ).cluas la Feine tidnachar .i.
bith do ac eistecht a tidnacuil o cluais, Laws v 498.2 and
14 Comm. isuide dodnidnaig cluais do cluais do comceniuil,
30 iv 286.1 (cluais .i. gleḟis ind fir seod a gleḟis ind ḟir ele, 290.10
Comm. ).tobertatar . . . luibe . . . ina cluasa, Ériu xvi 36
§ 4 .imm óglossed:im chluais, IT i 162.2 .mo chuib asa
hó .i. mo chu asa cluaís, 163.2 .bruit cluasaib cluinethar,
68.5 ( Lg. 2 ).baile bél. líth cluaisi. airfidedh menman,
35tuarusdol n-úadh, Ériu xiii 38.30 .cluas deas droch n-egna,
35.x .dona cluassaibgl.auribus, Lor. Gild. 113 .ber lat
mo chomrama it chlúais, / co farcba i llebraib dar th'éis,
LL 6127 .rob diubla os derbhḟine rob comroma i clúais,
385c16 .o ríg na cét cluas comlán, 25463 ( Met. Dinds. iii
40162.6 ) (cf. ¤ clúastae).biaidh mise ┐ tusa clúas ar chlúais .i.
ar chlúasaibh a chéile`by the ears' (i.e.in conflict), Atlantis
iv 200.11 - 12 .i n-éisteacht cluaise(in auditu auris), TSh.
10844 .dith cluaise ┐ iorbaill ort, Luc. Fid. 5038 . In
pnsobriquet:Uáter a Búrc . . . dia ngoirthi cluas le doininn,
45 FM v 1648.2 .
Fig.inphr. c. ¤ cridi:do choimrid mo chride c. ¤ in ardrach
ṅguba, LL 14381 (rhet.) (= Death-tales 10.13 ).gabaid
mo thimna ┐ mforcedulsa chucaib o chluais bar cride. LB
123a19 .co nach edat cluassa na cride . . . a coistecht, PH 84 .
50In Luc. Fid. in various ejaculatory phrr. all apparently
meaning yield,acknowledge yourself beaten(perh. orig.give ear):
labhair, no dhamhsa an chluas ! Luc. Fid. 4928 .freagair, no tabhair
uait an chluas! 5077 .freagair, freagair! Ni thig leat! Íoc
an chluas! 5104 .cluas, cluas! 5017 .a leith an chluas! 5121 .
55 labhair, labhair! ar so ata an chluas, 5088 .Cf. nir bheag,
da ttugtha, amhuil ghealluis, dhamh an chluas iar mbeith
dhuit claoidhte, 5166 .
(e) By extension:someprojection (i)of ashoe, perh.
leather side-pieces: ag ithe na mbróg . . . óir duaidh sé a
60gcluasa ┐ a n-ialla, SG 3.y (ii)of anaxe: cailech .i. cluas,
ut estgall-biail . . . cona dib dubhchailchib .i. cona dib
cluasaib ┐ cona sruibh .i. na cluasa ichtaracha, O'Dav. 532 .
(iii)of aturf-spade: sleaghán dá chluas, E. O'Rahilly 290.15 .
Compds. With noun or vn.:gur beanustar claidem C. i
65cluasaidlind cathbairr a chomalta ear-piece(?), MR 298.x .
Fer Gair . . . fri reilforcsin / Fer Lee fri cluaiscoistecht, RC
xxii 394.28 .amhuil clúasfháinne óir, Prov. xxv 12 .smit
.i. cluas gnó .i. cuidbhiudhlit. ear-mockery , Ériu xiii 48.11 .
le ciontaibh na healta ag ar dalladh a gcluastuigse`ear-sense',
70 Ó Bruad. iii 164.1 .
With adj.gadhar cluais-dhearg, Oss. iv 248.11 .att
clúaslethan with wide flaps, ear-pieces(?), ZCP xiii 168.11 .
?arna ciorrbadh . . . d'uighibh claidemh cluasleathan`mit
den Stichen breitohriger Schwerter
', xiv 236.14 (perh. for
75 claslethan).Oillill Ólom .i. cluaslom crop-eared, Keat. ii 4377 .