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40 1 coim n(-mm)c. ¤ f., IGT Decl. § 14 . Later alsocomo.
(a) body,breast,bosom,waist; also appar.cloak,mantle,
covering , and so freq. translated in editions; see O'Rahilly,
Celtica i 378 (cf.also meaning protection and phr.fo(a) ch. ¤
below):cuim chnáma uili in triar sin, BDD² 925 .i. cen alt
45indib, LU p. 223 n. ata agam com cnamha, Duan. Finn
i 86.7 `I am a mere mass of bones', Gloss. (cf. Hermathena
xlviii 151 ).daine . . . co comaib imdroma each, KMMisc.
317.4 .tug a láim ina chuim ┐ tug da chuislinn ōrda as,
Fianaig. 58.13 .cach æn fo mbī c. ¤ colcaidh whose body rests
50on a mattress
, ZCP vi 265 § 26 .idconnaic an naoidhe m-beg
ag tuitim a c. ¤ na cumhaile, ITS v 158.16 .in bhar c. ¤ `breast',
Magauran 320 .im ch. ¤ féin=in sinu mea, TSh. 4935 .
sronnán id chom ar n-a chor(of aging body), DDána 56.7 .
caomhthach do chuim, O'R. Poems 2671 .cum fairsing,
55 Desid. 3036 `belly', Gloss.fá chaol a chuim`about his waist',
Keat. ii 5116 .rochaidh an com re sruth (: corr)`belly or
sound-board
' (of harp), Mann. and Cust. ii 256.z .a com
mar chriathair beach, Measgra D. 7.122 `forepillar of harp',
Gloss.
60Extended uses; vessel,container :im chomm, im stuagach,
im folderb, Laws i 124.4 .i. ima cuairt .i. im belcumang .i.
in muide, 134.3 Comm. h-i cóm airgit gil ┐ i ciste don crund
sin na crochi, LB 233b22 .com Loch Dirg `waist' (hollow?),
E. O'Rahilly 114.11 .
65(b) keeping,protection,shelter :com. . . . coimhéd, Met.
Gl. 29 § 47 .tabar com (.i. coimhéd) dún, Rawl. B 512,35a
(Meyer Contribb.).bheith gan ch. ¤ idir chách, DDána 46.36 .
ní reichim . . . / c. ¤ fheithimh`any shelter', Aithd. D. 51.14 .
c. ¤ caoineasa, TSh. 8957 `a smooth covering', Gloss.biáidh
70mo dhóigh a ccuim do sciathán, Ps. lxi 4 .cuim`a covert',
Eg. Gl. 174 .coimm ria ccioth(prov.) refuge,resource ,
FM vi 2140.21 .
(c) V. freq. with prep.FO:fá ch. ¤ na néull anywhere under
the sky
, KMMisc. 248.9 .a cend fo ch. ¤ cáich ar uair / oc
75cungid neich nā fogébe peering at everybody(?), Fing. R. 215 .
sa cheand ma ch. ¤ with bowed head, Magauran 2864 .cenn a
c. ¤ a state of ignorance, RC xxiv 369.6 .Ofwearingorcarrying
ofweapons,etc.(in some exx. appar. with idea ofconceal-
ment, see further below): meinister no bith fóa c. ¤ fadesin
80 his ownm., Trip.² 940 .do chlaideb fót ch. ¤ (as a safeguard),
LU 6155 (TBC).maeldorn findargait i n-intiuch bodba
fa choimm, TBC 5211 .calga . . . fo a cuimib, IT iii 239.141 .
doboi E. amal gach mnai na trecumusc co craisigh forbthigh
fo c. ¤ a concealed . . . spear, LL 393b11 .a gcloidhmhe do
85bheith nocht fá n-a gcoimibh aca`at their waists', Keat.
ii 2102 .
Under theprotectionof:in macc boi fo choimm,
RC xxii 400.15 =foa ch. ¤ , LU 7938 =choimb, BDD² 1469 .nongeibh
fot comm, Arch. iii 231.15 .tolluid cach ben fo choím a
céli ammaig, LU 8276 ( FB 21 ).tabair do c[h]enn fom ch. ¤
5 come under my protection, BColm. 68.25 .
Insecret,surreptitiously: fa ch. ¤ `private', P. O'C. s.v.
com`waiste'.dunuc fot ch. ¤ bring it without anybody knowing
(lit.under thy cloak?), Vita Br. 26 .dorigne O. foa choimm /
liathróit, Met. Dinds. iii 248.89 .luid in íngean . . . ┐ craeb
10draigín cona hairnib fo coím ┐ asbert cidh fil fom ch. ¤ guess
what I have
, BB 362b41 .mo ghairm ni cheilim fa ch. ¤ ,
Content. xxi 1 .Cf. teora muimmecha táide: caill, c. ¤ ,
adaig, Triads 130 .
With other prepp.:ara c. ¤ `before him(?)', Ériu xix 83 § 9 .
15 for comairce ┐ coimm . . . na ndóine mor, LB 156b32 .cu
tucad a n-oenchum re P. hē he was brought to P., Ir. Texts
i 43.25 .a c. ¤ Accla m'óenar under the shelter of, Anecd.
i 27 § 22 .i gc. ¤ chalaidh, RC xlix 173 § 30 .a gc. ¤ nóna
at eventide, 171 § 17 .
20Compds.co tarat a choimchriss immi body-belt , LL 14044 .
id chlí choimghil, Aithd. D. 85.12 .crios clár gcoimshliom,
DDána 119.19 .
In n. loc.o Chum Dínil i crích Corco Duibne, LL 36138 .

? 2 coim: ind a threabh tholach do chleacht c. ¤ , Celtica iv
25117 § 13 . ?Cf. camm.

coimainche: n arcoimainchidogníth`as a precaution this was
done
', RC xi 448.98 . Forcomairchi?

coimbéimnech n(béimnech):recoimbeimnigh ` buffeting ',
CF 45 .

30 coimbeóaigid v(beóaigidir):dochoimhbheóuighsé [sinn]=
convivicavit, Eph. ii 5 .

coimblicht xseecoinblicht.

coimbríathar n(bríathar):tuc . . . aithne for coimbriathraib
ceilgi O. conspiratorial conversations, Anecd. ii 78 § 6 .

35 coimchéim n(céim):a mbeith cómhárd a cóimhcheim`equally
high in degree
', Atlantis iv 182.15 .

coimcheó n(1 ceó):máthair chúisi mo choimhchiadh` grief ',
Ó Bruad. ii 120.23 .

coimchertugad n(certugud):iar n-a coimcertugadgl.coicerta
40(seecoicert), Laws v 98.13 Comm.

coimchinte adj(cinnte) appointed :hionadh coimhchinte, TBC
3818 v.l.

coimchlíamain n(clíamain):do choimhchliamhuin= sister-in-
law , Ruth i 15 .

45 coimchlised vn.ofcomchlisid:da brod-choin . . . ar gc. ¤ d'á
coin-iallaib, MR 266.18 .

coimchliste adj(cliste)veryclever :na huaithneda c. ¤ catha, SG
271.9 .

coímchloud uando,m. Vn.ofcon-imchloí. Very variable
50in form.claechládh claechlódh claechlúdh, IGT Verbs § 64 .
(a)act ofchanging,exchange;change,alternation :coimchloda
gl.commotandi, Ml. 63d3 .coimchlud canone, 76d12 .cen
choimchlod fuirigl.fixam, 109d4 .in coimmchlóud son .i.
cach la céin it masculina in cein n-aili it feminina, Sg. 62a4 .
55 caomclód praindi`change . . . of diet', Mon. Tall. 152.25 .
claemchlód magni, LU 5841 .claechlodh inntinne change
of intention
, Fier. 37 .brechtradu ┐ coemchlódu, Alex. 990 .
claechlodh aisdi changeof metre (within a quatrain),
IGT Metr. Faults § 22 .gurab é ainm do bheir an Eaglas . . . ar
60an cclaochlódh-sa transubsttantiatio, Desid. 4978 .an
claochlughadh do rinde D.`the changed attitude of D.', 3431 .
uiscce iarna claochmodh i n-ass, BNnÉ 297 § 33 .ar na
claochlúdh, FM ii 1084.15 .
In unfavourable sense changefor theworse,deterioration :
65 atbath cen chloemchlód for dath, LL 14875 .claochlōd
crotha for cenēlaib, ML² 1601 .dhulc an chlaochláidh do
cinnedh(of a death), Gleanings 19 § 34 .ionnus nach
diongnadh an mhailís a thuigse do chlaochlódh=ne malitia
mutaret intellectum eius, TSh. 5314 . Less freq. in favourable
70sense of conversion, act ofreforming :mo bheatha do chlaochlo,
Mac Aingil 1361 .a ttús caomhc[h]lóidh a mbethadh=
Conuersion, RSClára 2a .
(b)Ofexchangeof objects between persons: dénum
coémchlód dá gaisced, LU 6664 (TBC).cæmc[h]lōd bachall
75dorōnsatt . . . Colmán E. ┐ Colmán mac L., BColm. 84.21 .
Hence exchange,barter; act ofexchanging,bartering :cundradh
maille re claochmó sét, O'D. 575 ( H. 3. 17,443 ).co
clōemclōdaib sēd ō T. co C., Death-tales 12 § 1 .amal carait
coemcloide duit é ag denam do lesa`ein Austausch-Freund',
80 Cóic Con. Fug. 54 § 121 .a cairde ┐ a choslointhe,
Laws ii 380.14 with glosscairde .i. claemcluma, 21 Comm. a
dualgus chairdusa claechmoidhe`in right of mutual friend-
ship
', iii 144.12 Comm. cóemchlód fri drochḟerann`ex-
changing for bad land
', Triads 72 . ?ocht cuirn chroma fri
85caemchlíd`for passing around', BR² 1319 (`for interchanging',
BR 165.12 ).Hencereturnofgoodsthat have beenex-
changedundercontract;reversalof thecontract: cach
cunnrud do niat na meamuir i n-ecmuis na ceann, dia
fuaitrighthur fo cetoir, is cloecmo dib co dechmuid`there
shall be a mutual return within ten days
', Laws ii 294.2 Comm.
5 fri cura . . . .i. do claochló doib, no do innsaidh`to set them
aside for them, or to enforce them
', i 286.3 Comm.
(c)somethingdifferent, thecontrary (cf. malairt):a chlaochlo
sin, Mac Aingil 1068 .ná creid a chlaochlo, 1090 .
(d)act ofoverthrowing :rí na gcurad do chlaochlód, SG
10 273.6 .ní fuil nech lenab étir a claechlod a cath, Fier. 8 .
dochum na colla dho chlaochludh=for the destruction of
the flesh
, 1 Cor. v 5 .