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cocúae adj io, iā(com+cúae) hollow,empty :is ionann coca ┐
fás no folamh, O'Cl. isin crund chocai, Lism. L. 4479 . Usu.
assubst.:inna cocui .i.caeli gl.concaua, Ml. 96c8 .in
coica fil eter neam ┐ talam void,space , RC xlii 144 § 15 .
5 rolín dorchatu in cocái ó nem co talmain`void', TTr.² 850 .
in coccai fil eter nem ┐ lar, RC xlvi 233 § 15 (cf. cobás).
mín re cnes a chocoé (: foé) (of a hood) `lining', Fianaig.
50 § 26 .

1 cocúas n(com+cúas) cavity,hollow :scaball cocúis, Críth
10Gabl. 97 `g s.asadj.', Gloss.cranna a mbí co cuas (leg.c. ¤ )
o loscad, PH 7743 .i coccuasaibh carrac, Hugh Roe²
180.25 .

2 cocúas xseecocubus.

cocúasta adj(1 cocúas) hollowed,concave :cocuasta .i. eadar-
15fholamh, O'Cl. in charrac cocuasta, ZCP xvii 232.6 .
achruit . . . choguasta, TTebe 851 .a bel cocuasta craesfos-
laicte, CCath. 4190 .co ccathbharraibh . . . coccuasta,
Hugh Roe² 148.32 .

cocubus n(com+cubus). Later alsococús,cocuas;coguus,
20 Ériu v 132 § 64 .cogús,cogúas m., IGT Decl. § 35 .cogús
(-uas, MS.), Eg. Gl. 49a . conscience :c. ¤ gl.conscientia, Wb.
10c3 . 4b27 . 11d8 .c. ¤ , 15b13 . 30a16 . 31b29 .ar thes
crabaidh ┐ cogúis, Anecd. iii 5.20 .bad moti no-gonfad a
ch. ¤ fén, PH 5134 .an drong robvi . . . gan chogus, Aisl.
25Tund. 99.8 .do réir a choguais (: dhuais), PBocht 25.23 .
a chogós do lochtughadh, Celtica i 221.389 .neithibh
bhuaineas re cogús nó re creideamh faith or morals, Eoch-
airsg. 16.22 .as becc bhar ccoccúas faith(?), BNnÉ 72.w .
ar laghatt coccúis gach aoin, 271.11 .

30 cocubusach xseecocúsach.

cocuibsid adj i(cocubus):cidamba c. ¤ gl.et magni peccati sibi
conscius, Ml. 32b21 . 58b6 .

cocúis xsee1 cocúas.

? cocung n .i. slabrad [ut est] c. ¤ (cocungu,v.l.) druine déchon
35`an embroidered leash of two hounds', O'Dav. 355 . ?Cf.
cuing, Ed.coceng .i. co-cuing . . . .i. is comcuing for cechtar
nde, Corm. Y 305 . See alsos. cucang.

cocur n(com+cor,cf. con-cuirethar).cogar,cagar m., IGT
Decl. § 17 (71.14) .cogur,cogar, Verbs § 43 .
40(a) consultation, (secret)discussion,confabulation; act of
consulting,conferring,planning :cocar .i. coimheagar, O'Cl.
cocar .i. air[e]achtut estni bi riar iar c. ¤ after consultation,
O'Dav. 541 .fri breath, fri cogur, Laws i 264.7 .i. in airechta,
286.1 Comm. cen c. ¤ , ii 360.18 .i. etorro fein .i. itir in lana-
45main, 22 Comm. baile i roised im cocar`to consult him,'
iii 460.26 Comm. 'na choraib 'na glanchocráib (eocracráib,
MS.), SR 3242 .do ch. ¤ chóre to discuss peace, LU 1592 .
in c. ¤ fil lib. is this a private conversation? Fráech 159 .ra
chindsid a c. ¤ ┐ a comairli, LL 32571 (TTr.).dul ína chogur
50gen gairm, BB 66a31 .ro bo cubaidh a cagar(of Jesus and
the Baptist), ZCP viii 562 § 7 .ag cagar chniocht when he
parleys
, Magauran 1635 .oidhre Dé do chuaidh id chogar,
Dán Dé x 25 .cogar ban`a confidant of ladies',
Ó Bruad. i 54.8 .c. ¤ cind(chev.), Met. Dinds. iii 344.95 . ?lepuid lethe
55la c. ¤ , O'D. 970 (H.3.17, 679) =lethan la cocrand, O'C. 360
( H. 3. 18,200 ).rūn nā cogar airdrīgh, ZCP vi 272 § 8 .an
n-acallam . . . hi coccur secretly, PH 7002 .gan chagar
openly, ZCP iii 31.37 .cómhrádh cogair, Keat. ii 6349 .
(b) In unfavourable sense conspiracy; act ofplotting :
60 cagar rocagrat-san(of betrayal by Judas), ZCP viii 206.1 .
rochuala indn ingen in c. ¤ hi sin, Anecd. i 3.14 ( SCano 57 ).
fiadhnaise indraic . . . cen ditheach . . . cen cogar, O'C.
1617 ( 23 Q 6,6b ).a chogar that he was being plotted against,
BB 18b45 .lucht chogair fhaghla mh'fhine, DDána 101.16 .
65 ag cogar creach planning, 42.19 .d'éis chogair na Céadaoine
betrayal, Aithd.D. 78.9 .'n-a fhior cogair, 48.9 .
(c) In physical sense whisper, act ofwhispering,message :
cogargl.susurra (leg.-us), Ir. Gl. 145 . ?mōra cocuir,
cocuir Delend, TBC² 3095 (rhet.).c. ¤ daill dardraigni,
70 IT iii 77 § 45 .topur . . . / dianid c. ¤ ceól-éicse`whence rises a
murmur of musical lore
', Met. Dinds. iii 288.40 .ba c. ¤ cecha
deisse he was a byword, TTr.² 1068 .Dia nír chan chogur
nar thuig`word', Magauran 2710 .liom-sa a chogar ó chiort
mention(?), DDána 121.33 .ón té gar chóir a chagar,
75 Magauran 3726 `blaming', Notes. In classical verse freq.
of Annunciation:cogar Dé, Aithd.D. 93.10 .cogar d'óigh
an tráth tugadh, PBocht 12.25 .
In n.loc..Múr na tri cogar(name of a wall at Tara),
Dinds. 1 § 24 .
80Compds.cogur cumaigh(sic) `secret confidence', BR
146.15 .do chogarlot`biting word', O'Hara 2776 . ?do
chlaind Cham cocorluinne, Rawl. 76a48 .

cocús xseecocubus.

cocúsach adj o, ā(cocubus). Occas.cocubasach. conscientious :
85 an cethrar cobhsaidh . . . coccÛsach. BNnÉ 200.30 .D.C.
. . . cennaighe . . . coccúsach, FM v 1286.w .an crīosduidhe
cogúsach, Parrth. Anma 2704 .Superl.:na ndaoine ba . . .
chocubhassaigi, Fl. Earls 126.27 .Adv.:co craibthech
cogusach, Aisl. Tund. 142.6 .