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? cnámbach n o(cnáim+bach, seebongaid):fuil chind
fuil cnamdig(leg. cnāmb[a]ig, Ed.) `a wound with breaking
of bones
', BCrólige 63 .i. dia combrister cnama, n. 19 .

cnámradach xseecnáimredach.

5 cnámtha n g s.(cf. cnám):oigheadh cnámhtha cruaidhe cniocht
(: thártha) that crushes(transf. of warrior), DDána 79.25 .

cnap n(with voiceless -p)o.Pl.forms incnaip-perh. from
by-formcnaipe. (ONknappr, Stokes Ling. Val. 122 ; Bidrag
97 . AScnœpp, Acall. Gl. s.v. cnaipech ) knob,button :gorman-
10airt . . . go cnappib dílsi deligthi derggóir, Táin 4450 .cona
cnaipip oir deircc fri hiadad(of garment), CCath. 4673 .
go stúaghlúbaibh sioda dar chaipidhibh caoimettrochta
`shining buttons', Buile S. 10.9 .innar . . . ┐ cnaip argait and,
Cog. 142.10 .gad gerinnill / c. ¤ camuilínd(part of a mill?),
15 IT iii 92.z (:slat).ag dúnadh a chnaipeadh(in dressing),
Parrth. Anma 495 .c. ¤ ┐ bláth=knop, Exod. xxxvii 19 .
do chur cnaip argait ind(of tunic), Cog. 142.13 .
Compd. With adj.:Cat-molodhor cnap-cruaidh, `hard-
knobbed
', Todd. Nenn. 140.y .

20 cnapach adj o, ā(cnap) knobbly,lumpy :senchaillech ch. ¤ , SG
309.8 .an tshúist ubhallramhar ch. ¤ knobbed , PCT 552 .

cnapán n o,m.(cnap) swelling,lump :cnapáin míṡénamhla
gl.fuidb, Triads p. 39 § 135 =fuidhb .i. cnapáin, O'Cl.
cnapain cruaide bis a ngiall na n-ech(of disease of horses),
25 H 3.18,84a5 .ro gheinset foidhb ┐ cnapain tre crandaip,
Leb. Gab. 136.4 .an tslat . . . gan ch. ¤ uirre, Keat. iii 160 .
a cnapain corra(of thunderbolts), Ir. Astr. Tr. 152.1 .na
cnapáin`buds', O'Gr. Cat. 609.29 .a chnapáin ┐ a bhlátha,
Ex. xxv 31 .

30 cnapánach adj(cnapán) lumpy :anfheoil chnapanach fil . . . is
na righthibh=nodosa, 23 K 42,292.3 .

cnapgal n(cnap+gal):ra cinned c. ¤ co cruaid` close fighting(?)',
RC xlvii 297.5 ( LL 16722 ).

cnaplong n[ā,f.] (ON *knapp-lungor *knabb-lung, Bidrag 133 .
35See also Wortk. 54 ) `studded ship', Meyer Contribb.iarraid
dam gall cas a cnapluing, IT iii 73 § 31 .

cnarr xseecnairsech.

cnaturbarc, -long n(ON *knattar-barki, Bidrag 98 . See also
Wortk. 54 )name of a kind ofship: for [cna]turbárcaibh
40in cobhlaig, CCath. 1932 . 1473 .do gni dicetal do ceandaibh
cnoc no cnatarbarc, Leb. Gab. 264 n. 9 .cnadarbharca .i.
longa, O'Cl.

cned n ā,f. cnedh f., IGT Decl. 39 (91.16) . wound,etc.: glas na
cneid(a s.) `discoloration nor sore', Bretha 24 .i. dub, n.
45cen cneid ngalair`without ailing wound' (of virgin-birth),
Blathm. 4 .logh othrusa na cneidhe, Laws ii 32.z Comm.
c. ¤ o failiugadh suas . . . c. ¤ o fuiliughadh sís a bleeding
wound . . . a livid bruise
(?), iii 138.9 , 12 Comm. nach cnead
be[s] slan re mesaib, iv 48.14 .ic dígail ar c. ¤ , LU 9903 .
50 a cluche c. ¤ `game of wounds' (funeral rites), Met. Dinds.
iii 50.35 .co cneid wounded, LL 375b25 .Adam con-immud
achnéd (: dognéth), SR 1410 ( Meyer Wortk. 37 suggests
athchned).ba chnedaib Crist zounds! PH 7324 .bel na
cneidi the mouth of the wound, Rosa Ang. 240.z .ar seán
55gcneadh`propitiously', Content. xxx 31 . Coll.:sgaoilidh
cneadh a cuibhrighibh wounds burst from their bandages,
LBranach 859 .a lan cneidi ┐ galair, St. Ercuil 2505 . Note
also:an c. ¤ darub aimn sginannsia, Mackinnon Cat. 33.11 .don
cneidh chléibh`abscess in the side', O'Gr. Cat. 274.30 .leighis
60cneadha m'anma(addressed to Christ), DDána 13.5 .
In phr.is c. ¤ la:antan . . . nach c. ¤ libh bar mbráithri . . .
do beith hir-retaib forbasaibh`ye do not deem it . . . sad',
RC xxv 392.17 .c. ¤ lem an lúathglacadh(of passion of
Christ), ZCP viii 205.29 . Prov.ag codlad ar a cneid sen
65 ignoring her (i.e.Ireland's) troubles, O'Gr. Cat. 479.5 .do
choideóladh sé ar mo chneidh, Dánta Gr. 46.31 .
Compds.at cuala . . . cnead-osnadhach comeigin Congail
`loud groans', MR 260.9 . With adj.:roineimh na gcló
gcneadharsaidh`of the wounds inflicted . . . of old', Aithd.
70D. 65.18 .

cnedach adj o, ā(cned)of thewounds,wound-giving;wounded :
M. in cathmil c. ¤ , Rawl. 82b32 .cid c. ¤ a cuinsi cacht, Corm.
Y 383 `scarred', Corm. Trans. 47 .gnúis ch. ¤ chorcarde,
Táin 4390 .righi Conaire cnedhaigh, ZCP xi 42 § 18 .do
75scíath c. ¤ comromach, LU 10413 .a lucht in choicid chnedaig
`suffering', RC xiii 42.y ( SG 362.38 ).cath c. ¤ , Ält. Ir. Dicht.
i 40 § 23 ( Corp. Gen. 3.9 ).

cnedaide adj=cnedach:cuibrend cnedaidi, LL 3424 ` sore ',
Meyer Contribb.

80 cnedaigid v(cned) wounds :do choibsegud na cnedi ra-cnedaig
ríg Ulad, CRR 2 .ar a med do cnedhaig sí a croide, BCC
4.28 .Vn. cnedugad.

cnedmar adj=cnedach:Cain c. ¤ , LL 17445 .Fergal, fer cain
cnedhmar`full of wounds', RC xxiv 64 § 24 .argg Connacht
85c. ¤ `wound-dealing', Arch. Hib. ii 60 § 27 .

cnedugad vn.ofcnedaigid.act ofwounding :eneclann do'n
daer . . . i n·a c. ¤ , Laws v 512.19 Comm. athchur
na rob . . . tre na c. ¤ (of animals), iii 362.20 Comm. na fira
cnedaigthe`Schwur(-Zahlen) bei körperlicher Misshandlung',
Cóic Con. Fug. 41.4 .