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2 coic n pl. coice. Alsocuic. Chiefly in glossaries and B. na f.,
85where expld. as secret: ni chuala cuic n-inne maicc Adnai
`I never heard the secret of the sense of A.'s son',
RC xxvi 14.15 citeds.v. cuic .i. rún, Corm. Y 300 ;ni cuala c. ¤ nuin
.i. . . . run . . ., Ériu xiii 54 § 10 ( O'Dav. 390 ). Auraic. 1305 .
Lec. Gl. M 105 . Stowe Gl. 32 . O'Cl. cuig .i. comuirrle,
Corm. Y 388 .coig ainm rúna, Met. Gl. Ff. 47 .cuic na
5rīgna, Ériu xix 83 § 8 .c. ¤ dind rodomun / dieblad(of warrior),
Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 22 § 1 =coig .i. run, LL 393a53 .sech
coice (.i. sech rúne) ban breth, Ériu xi 155.x .

3 coic n .i. sliab, Ériu xiii 75 § 188 . Seecoice.

4 coic n .i. rosc, Ériu xiii 75 § 189 .

10 5 coic adj .i. derg,ut est. . . doformaig donn roidh cethraime
doformaig c. ¤ trian, O'Dav. 533 .Cf.Lat.coccumor We.
coch?

6 coic n .i. scethrach, O'C. 2069 (H 4.22, 67b).Cf. cacc?

cóic Indecl. num. adj.Leniting innom.,accus.anddat.
15(see Bergin, Ériu xi 226 ), nasalizing ingen.( Thurn. Gramm.
242 ). Latercúicandch-(see Párl. na mB). Frequ.
written .u.
Five . Asadj.:do[naib] coic cetaib, Wb. 13b1 .forsna
coíc riga, Ml. 127d6 .anman nacoic cathrach, 104a4 .c. ¤ deich
20cóica`five tens, fifty', Sg. 4a5 .dobeir na c. ¤ ṡéotu, Críth Gabl.
162 .c. ¤ thoísig, LL 895 .c. ¤ caiptil uasail, Fél. Prol. 327 .
cūic cōicidh, Sc. M² 23 .cóig nuadhorais (: róid), Aithd. D.
83.4 .ag caitheamh na gcúig n-aimsear, 98.4 .cúig dhíne,
DDána 50.11 .c. ¤ dhoirrsi, IGT Decl. ex. 410 .cabhair ciaigh
25mo chóig gcéadfadh (: póig), DDána 67.31 .fíneáil chúig
bponnt, Párl. na mB. 516 .
Absol.:a c. ¤ , Críth Gabl. 355 .a cúig ┐ cúig an dísle, Bard.
Synt. Tr. 231.14 .a cúig, TSh.,1370 . In compd. numerals:
cosnacoic anmanib sechtmugat, Ml. 38b2 .fo choic sechtmo-
30gat`seventy five times', 2c2 .coic bliadni deac, 16c10 .coicmíli
ochtmugat archét, 24b17 .re cuic lá deg, St. Ercuil 1194 .
Composition-formscóic-,cóec-,cáec-,cúic-,cóc-(?),
cúc-.cáecdíabul fivefold , Thurn. Gramm. 247 .brat
cóicdíabail, LU 3286 ( SC 8 ).brat corcra . . . coicdiabulta,
35 Anecd. i 2.13 ( SCano 29 ).lia cloichi cóic-druimneach, Ériu
iv 152.16 .core coecduirn`five fists deep', RC xii 84 § 89 .
coiri caecduirn, YBL 177a16 .cōicdornn fuillechta di ōr
ara druim(of a shield), TBC² 2791 .Cf. cocdhurn .i. sgiath,
O'Cl. ?coigeas .i. cóig éisi .i. cóig slighthe,ib.?cuclanna
40set .i. iiii ba ┐ samaisc, O'Dav. 474 . Seecuicliunn :cuicliunn .i. cuic leth
uinge, O'C. 95 ( H. 3. 18,67 ).in cúicraith cétach estate
consisting of 5 `rath's
, Ir. Recht 67.y , 70.19 .sleg cóicrind,
five-pronged, LU 7081 (BDD).sleg cuicrind, TBC 5350 .
Cf. coigrinn .i. cóig reanna, O'Cl. slegui coigrinnie,
45 IT iii 238.106 .da ṡleigh coigrinnaithi five-pronged ,
ZCP viii 550.3 .dá roth chóiri cóicrisi(second element uncertain),
LU 9261 .coicroith oir`five-circlets', RC xii 60.17 .ar
cheirnn cúicroith, BDD² 1036 .scíath co cóicroth óir fair,
674 .Cf. cocroth .i. sgiath, O'Cl. ?cōicriuth co mbūale
50umæ`a shield with five circles', Fianaig. 14.4 . ?gu cogroth,
MU² 535 v.l. dí nóe chúicsesschurach, LU 7200 (BDD) =
cōicsess, 7221 (see Bidrag 44 , O'Dav. 478 ). ?Cóicsius
Focherda(n. loc.), 6241 (TBC).gne naill . . . do hechred:
cuícsrethaid having five lines(a metre), IT iii 56.4 .asin
55chóicthigi[u] adidngíallna, Críth Gabl. 355 `from the five
houses
', Notes.coictriall triur, Ériu xiii 23.22 .
Seecaiclámach.

coíca num nt,m.(cóic). Later alsocoícad o,m.(see Mon. Tall.
cited below).caoga f., IGT Decl. § 8 . fifty :cóic deich cóica,
60 Sg. 4a5 .caoga no caogad .i. deich ┐ da fhichiod, O'Cl.
Folld. byg p.:dobert coícait mbratt ṅgorm, Fráech 17 .
esnad in choīcat láech, Fing. R. 548 .secht cōicait n-epscop
n-ūag, Arch. iii 303 § 7 .seacht gcaogada cath, DDána
55.19 . Folld. byDI:ort in cóecait . . . do sacarddaib, SR
65 7121 .in .l. ele . . . dibh, St. Ercuil 2350 . Later withn s.:
caoga cú croibhdhearg, Duan. Finn ii 138.51 (see Gloss.).
Absolutely:secht caecat (sic) la hollamain, Laws i 44.21
Comm. i forciund indcáocaid (sic) medonaich(of psalms),
Mon. Tall. 138.9 .dandaich cach caocad hi cethair, 139.10 .
70 im an caecaid, Laws ii 276.16 Comm. Crīst co caoctaibh,
ZCP xii 391.1 .taoiseach caogaid, Keat. ii 5167 .
Frequ. in phrasetrí coícait:tuc tri coicdu rigan, LL 13366 .
frisna trī cōectu macc, TBC² 495 .fil trí cóictea inse cían,
Imr. Brain 25 .dodeochaid trī cōicdaib ōclach,
75 ZCP viii 309.30 .ro-fhoirb na tri cóicait, PH 1411 . Of the psalms:
na tri coicat do chetul, Ériu xix 64 § 26 .is ē dorōne
na trī cōeca[i]t do molad Crīst(of David), ZCP xiii 175.y .
rogab na tri coecta, Ériu ii 222.30 . In compd. numerals:
cóic ar thrib cóectaib, Fél. Aug. 7 .cóeca ar cét martir,
80 Jan. 30 .sé mhíle cneadh ar chaogaid, Aithd. D. 78.26 .
IGT Decl. ex. 297 . Note also:in cethramad rand caecat,
Laws v 38.8 Comm.

coícatmad ord.num.(coíca),cōicetmad, Corm. 10 . fiftieth :
an cōecatmad laithi ō c[h]āisc(of Pentecost), Corm. Y 268 .
85 isin cæcatmadh lucc, Hib. Min. 6.204 .is-in cóicatmad loo,
PH 5422 .annsa chaogadmhadh blíadhuin, 2 Kgs xv 23 .