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coicertad n=coicert:do choccertad túath settling the claims of,
Críth Gabl. 544 (see n.).dia chocertad, Fél. Ep. 95 .na
túatha cen smacht rig oc cocertad a cotrebi, LU 3440 ( SC 21 ).
intan na hantai for cocertad Medba judgment , 9003 ( FB 75 ).

5 1 coicertaid xseecon-certa.

2 coicertaid n[i,m.] (coicert):ba coicertaich (-aig, ;leg.c. ¤ )
catha ┐ tiri ar gais(of prince), RC xxiv 184.5 ( SG 334.21 ).

coicetal o, [m.]vn.ofcon-cain.coimcetal, RC xxviii 322 § 49 .
concord,harmony,harmonious music; rhythmicsound :
10 trichocetal inna nule ṅdulegl.concentu omnium, Ml. 145c4 .
cocetla bindi, Tec. Corm. 4.18 .i cocetul friidadun`in unison
with
', Hib. Min. 4.115 .coigeadal chesta corgais i Caisil
chanting of office, BR 4.15 .coigidal na gaithi, Ériu iii 152 § 5 .
ceōilbinne an c[h]oigetail, ZCP viii 200.14 .o bus esbadach
15aon téit este conidh eipiltinach a c. ¤ (of harp), O'D. 555
( H. 3. 17,438 ).coigeadal na mbárc re tuinn, Measgra D.
38.13 .coicedal ciuin én n-idhan, BLism. 160rb17 ( SG
347.13 ).c. ¤ na claidem . . . re bordaibh na sciath clashing,
CCath. 5923 .do'n coigeadal sin`in that conflict', Celt. Rev.
20 iv 120.14 .

coicetlach adj(coicetal):ina h-anfadha . . . mór choigeadlacha
cainnteacha noisy , Celtica i 113.13 .

coícetmad xseecoícatmad.

1 cóich pronlatercúich(see Thurn. Gramm. §§ 460 , 466 ).
25?coiche, LL 1563 . (a) whoseis? Withpl.endingwhose
are? is inderb coich inmug`whose is the slave', Sg. 209b30 .
airliter cumni c. ¤ comarbai cré, LU 3474 ( SC 25 ) `to what
heir . . . belongs
', ZCP xv 189 .cóichet na heich? LU 8522 .
cóig, Anecd. iii 46.16 .cúich ind nóidiu? Ériu iv 96.11 .
30 ni ardamair armad ch. ¤ whose it was(?), LL 37040 .ni fess
cúich less, cúich amless and, 37578 ( ZCP xi 84 § 32 ).cóichi
and na eóin sin? TBC 1327 (leg. cóichit, Wi.). ?is nath
coiche cach, O'Don. 1212 (H 2.15, 84a).
In ordinary senses of2 cía. (b) who?what? coich thussu?
35 LU 3328 ( SC 12 ).noconḟetar cúich in cū Culaind, TBC² 65 .
coich boi coich bía. LU 873 (ACC; see Ériu xii 205 ).caiche
na caillecha? Lism. L. 322.37 (`whose are').friscomhairc
cioa bo cuich en læch, RC xii 72 § 44 ,cársa c. ¤ thú? Mer.
Uil. 99 .cuich so againn? RC xiv 32 § 20 .ro-ḟ[i]arfaighsid
40de cuith é féin, KMMisc. 315.6 (for the formcf.
ZCP vi 39.31 , 90.20 , 276.5 ).cúith, IGT Introd. § 16 (7.36) .cuich
nach caineand? Magauran 624 .
(c) As indef.:gidh cuich ┐ gidh cuin whoever and whenever,
IGT Metr. Faults§ 24 .coch be a sruithe`however aged they
45may be
', Mon. Tall. 152.31 .cidh cuich uaibh hé whichever
of you it may be
, SG 25.5 .gé cúich dámadh aithnidh uaibh,
Celtica ii 157 § 5 .

2 cóich n(coich?):sreṅgtha tollḟéithe a mullaig co mbátar
for c. ¤ a muneóil`nape of his neck', Táin 2271 =for coich a
50muineóil, LU 6451 .coich .i. cnaimh, Goidelica 75 § 23
(Dúil L.).

coichin xseecuicenn.Leg. c. ¤ tre-ochair`barattle(?)', RC xliii 108.2 . See xliv 178 andcucann.

coiche, x cóichetsee1 cóich.

coichline xseecochline.

55 coicill n(orig.-ell ā,f.?Cf. coicell)vn.ofcon-ceil(see
Ped. ii 483 ).cogailt cagailt cogaill cagaill coigilt caigilt coigill
caigill f., IGT Decl. § 42 . Verbs § 62 .cogail cagail f.,
Decl. § 10 (53.2) . Treated asm.in:crithre an chosnaimh 's
an choigill, Hackett² xxxii 28 .crithir an chiuil 's an choigill,
60 Keat. Poems 268 .Cf. dob é a nénspréidh choigil . . . é,
Caithr. Thoirdh. 3.31 .grís choguil ceardchan na ndruadh,
Butler Poems 1479 .
Act ofsparing,preserving :ara c. ¤ la C., ZCP viii 308.30 .
maith do chaicill chliar is chros`good at cherishing clergy
65and crosses
', Ériu xvi 165 § 46 .cen oen-neach do ch. ¤ a
charat, Celtica iv 28.390 .ni thuc cacill ar nech dib gave
quarter to none
, Cog. 182.24 .ar ch. ¤ dó sparing him, PH 5133 .
cagail d'Íbh Táil nō a dtathaoir, Content. vii 1 .coigill
an bhídh, vi 79 .gan cheist choigilte ar obair, Hackett²
70 xxxvii 15 .a ccoigill`in reserve', Duan. Finn ii 314 § 59 .
In phr.cen ch. ¤ mercilessly :romarbsat . . . / . . . Hūi Ch.
cen ch. ¤ , ZCP viii 119.30 .rocuired . . . in cath gan ch. ¤ ,
Lism. L. 3048 .rothoirbir nua bidh . . . gan coigilt unstint-
ingly
, ZCP vi 25.24 . Of raking fire to preserve embers:
75 san íarmhérghe / d'éis chogalta, IGT Decl. 1190 (chodalta,
v.l.).adudh do chor i coiccill an choccaidh, FM v 1792.17 .
Note also:hi cocill chumucc, LU 5505 (rhet.).T. .i. cagail (sic
leg.) rigtoisech sil M. the only leader left, Ann. Conn. 1278.8 .
Seecoclad.

80 1 coicle xseecoicéile.

2 coicle xseecoicell.

coiclenn n .i. ciolurnurceus , Goid. 76 § 70 (Dúil L.).

-coiclestar xseecon-ceil.

coicl(ig)id xseecon-ceil.

85 coicne xseecoicéile,coicell.

coicrích n(com+crích)g s. comcrichi, BB 316b40 . border,
march;neighbouringorforeign territory: a coiccrich . . . bis
in caithi, Laws v 244.15 Comm. i cocrích`guarding the
border
', Táin 534 .C. caur cain / coilles cludu cocriach
(metri gratia: Cathriach), Corp. Gen. 9.2 .troscud for
5cocrichaib, Tec. Corm. 1.15 .gillai . . . imrul[l]atar in cocrích
who have done some marauding, Sc. M² 6 .d'fhoráil chomhadh
ó choigcrích, DDána 68.22 .in choicrich . . . etir na D. ┐ O.,
Ériu iii 141.206 .rángader coigcrích móir, Mer. Uil.² 160 .
i cc. ¤ na cailledh ┐ an mhara`on the edge', RC xxv 388.x .
10 Cf. coigcreach .i. coimhchreach, O'Cl. citingní fhuil isin
choiccreich .i. isin choimhchreich. Attrib.g s.:a scíath
imdhegla ┐ a saph cocrichi(of Achilles), TTr.² 1209 .ar
chairpteachaibh coigcríche`border patrolling chariots',
Content. xxviii 51 .cladh coiccriche`boundary ditch',
15 Hugh Roe² 14.26 .an bioth as clár coigcríche foreign
country
, Dán Dé xxviii 24 .
Foreigner :a ccomharsan ┐ a ccoiccrich(neighbours?),
FM iv 1236.1 .amhuil o[i]lithriochuibh ┐ coigríochaibh=
tanquam peregrini et advenae, Rial. S.F. 1452 .do bhí mé
20am choigcríoch a ttír choigrích, Exod. ii 22 . In n. pr.
Cū-chogcrīche, Corp. Gen. Index .Cf.Quegrith as name of
St. Fillan's Crozier, Reeves Ad. 366 - 7 n.