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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 .

1 cod n(Lat.cauda) tail :codh m[b]íasda, Dinds. 42 (RC xv
5433).

2 cod n .i. buaidh, O'C. 963 ( H. 3. 18,415 ). ?Cf. cob.

cód xseecúad.

códa n(Engl. loanword):a gcúm c. ¤ ` code-theme ',
Ó Bruad. iii 112.8 .chóid(of Forus Feasa), ii 264.6 .cód, Dinn.

10 codad n .i. sliabh, O'Cl. ?Cf. cotut.

codain n .x. ... c. ¤ cups , Ériu ii 4.2 (seecúad).

1 codal n ā,f. c. ¤ f., IGT Decl. § 37 (codailproscribed form).
Cf. codala cutilia.i.a pelle , O'Mulc. 231 . hide,skin(of
animal):codhul .i. seithchi, Ériu xiii 68 § 83 .sench. ¤ fria
chnes, LU 9185 ( FB 91 ).cét c. ¤ (: drech-ṡolam), Met. Dinds.
15 ii 60.7 . Freq. of hide as outside covering ofcurach:hi
curchán cen choduil, Fél. Dec. 8 = O'Dav. 442 .a codhle
cruth`in der Form der Botshaut', Snedgus u. Mac R. 9.10 .
coidlib treidhe with three hides, Anecd. i 52 § 15 .fri curach
codail`in a coracle of hide', ZCP iii 42.2 .indara choduil
20inichtarach(a)`one of the two lower hides', RC xiv 54 § 66 .
Perh. thecurachitself in:écin na clíab ┐ na codla(penalty
for fishing on Sunday), Ériu ii 208 § 29 v.l.Note also:
F. cadail is cruitte(metri gratia? :agair) `of the bag-pipe', Met.
Dinds. iv 72.48 .
25Asn. pr. C. ¤ crín-chossach, Met. Dinds. ii 2.17 .
Compds. With nouns:do gniat . . . curaigh . . . do croic-
nibh ┐ cadhal-bolccaibh iomchuir na húire inflated skins,
Leb. Gab. 116.25 .Cf. a ccadhal croicenn (leg.ccadhalch.?)
do chor im shiothslataibh . . . do dhénamh curach diobh,
30 FM vi 2314.10 . With adj.:lucht curaig codhailglain, BB
22b43 ( Leb. Gab. 16.6 ).

2 codal n .i. comhdhál no cairde, O'Cl. , perh. an inference
frommadadh codhal damsa i[s] saeth, RC xvii 241.29
(Tig.) =co dul, FM i 334. 12 ;cf. is codul (leg.co dul) neich
35dó, IT ii2208.15 (glossed.i. is iarraid neich air, 255 ).

codna xseecongnae.

codnach adj(?cf. codnaib). I o, ā adult,compos mentis;sensible,
reasonable :clann c. ¤ ┐ clann ec. ¤ adults and children,
Laws iii 402.22 Comm. Compar. is codnaige doib acrudh do dénum
40 they are more competent to plead, ii 66.8 Comm. 12 Comm.
is tusu in cor c. ¤ , TBC² 2300 (`the chief hero', Táin 2703 ).
in cú c. ¤ , TFerbe 604 .c. ¤ cach co feirg`everybody is reasonable',
Tec. Corm. 31.13 .Adv. cipi . . . co cobsaid c. ¤ , Cog. 156.1 . n
II o,m. codhnach m., IGT § 11 (54.29) , 104 . (a) In Laws
45Comm. ` sensible adult ' (Gloss.) (usu. ref. tocondand com-
pounds in text; so freq. also in derivatives):masa codhnach
ruc in lenamh . . . istech . . . masa ecodnach, i 178.12 .in
fuil icus c. ¤ . . . , ┐ nocho n-e fein ro ferustar hi . . . acht
druth, v 142.14 .cungnam fri baeth . . . ni icfa in c. ¤ , 490.z .
50 cuicthe fri cond cuindegar .i. . . . on codnach i crich, i
80.21 .na codnaigh beraid eric, ii 46.5 . Note also:ni
iodhnaig nach codhnach a chrobh i ngrís ima ngenither
guirn, Ériu xiii 21.25 ,cf. 21.29 .iar diachtain ceille codh-
naigh`after he has attained mental maturity', Ériu xvii 68 §
559 gl. 14 .iar tiachtain céille codnaigh dó(a drunk), O'D.
1620 (H.5.15, 14b).
(b) lord,master,chief,leader :fo cen tir dia nad c. ¤ / in tí
nar tollsgad fele, H.3.18, 767.11.D. Ó B. codhnach Chlann
Luirc`captain', Ériu xvi 132 § 4 .ima righuibh ┐ ima codhnachuibh,
60 Lism. L. 3207 .is tú bus c. ¤ ┐ bus comairlech dóib
`lord and counsellor' (of saint), RC xii 328 § 17 .le coinn-
libh creich gcruaidh gcodhnaigh, DDána 113.40 .codhnach
cláir nimhe(of Christ), Dán Dé xv 7 .ni aithisfigtheasa
codnachu catha, MR 152.21 .ar gcodhnach uile`support,'
65 E. O'Rahilly 114.3 .

codnachda adj(codnach):ina cipedaib . . . codnachdha . . . catha
` prince-like ', MR 222.25 .

codnachus n m.(codnach)(legal)competence;leadership,
command :muna ti nech ele fa codhnachus ┐ techt fo c. ¤
70mar do cluinfi é, O'C. 296 ( H. 3. 18,163 ).dona huilibh da
na coir codhnachus do denum, 297 (ibid.).in airdchendus
a ḟine ┐ hi codhnachus a chlannmaicne`command',
FM v 1724.12 .

codnaib n d p.in chevilles:c. ¤ delg`treacherous to chieftains '
75(Corr.), Met. Dinds. iii 326.24 .c. ¤ clann, LL 28667 .codh-
naibh gal, Acall. 273 .di ch. ¤ gíall`hostage chiefs ', Táin 414 .
códhnaibh níadh, Duan. Finn ii 98.7 .

codnaige n[iā,f.] (codnach) sense,responsibility,competence(?):
is mo do chodnetaighe (sic) leis gait do denum na robach,
80 O'C. 2368 ( Eg. 88,28 (29)c ).is codhnaide don tí do bera
tir do brugh righ, O'C. 424 ( H. 3. 18,321b ).tuisechu do neoch
rochodnaige aice andas foglaim do denam aice, LL 24592 .

codnaigetu n[t,m.] =codnaige:cach c. ¤ i mbi fer inmuile . . .
cach ecodnaigetu i mbia`the more sensible . . . the less sen-
85sible
', Laws iii 198.16 Comm. is ar[d] in codnetu (c. ¤ ,v.l.)
. . . canuit canus i n-emain n-imrinn, O'Dav. 1073 .
dæ a c. ¤ , in mer cen rat no in mac bec`sense', gl.
docuinn, BCrólige 61 n. 6 . ?manachtraidter a codnachetu
forru, O'D. 668 ( H. 3. 17,489b ).fogal cuind .i. fogal do
denum ris uma codnai[ge]tu, Laws v 298.7 Comm. mac an
5tres fir, madh ro bui a codniatad, O'C. 2473 ( Eg. 88,38b ).