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coimliscid: v do choimlisg an phoimp . . . leis an onóir has
mingled , Trompa na bhF. 4437 .Vn. arna gcoimleasc . . .
do phoimp=meslé, 2752 (ccumasg,v.l.). Conflation of
coimil(con-meil) andcoimeasg? Gloss.

5 ? coimmbiad n(biad):aill torla tress tochuiredh, cethramhadh
ima ccoimreacht coimhmbiadh n-escomon, Ériu xiii 15.12 .

coimmebair n(mebair):déunaid coimmemhair air .S. Clára=
commemoration , RSClára 79b .

coimmeisemnaige n(meisemnach):béim fo chumas .i. buille
10a coimhmheiseamnuighe féin, Triads p. 39 no. 118 .

coimmerlúd n(com+mer+lúth):ó choimmearlúdh bhoirrthe
each, Ir. Syll. Poetry 75 § 13 =chroibmearlúdh, DDána
70.13 .

coimmes n(com+1 mes)coimes m., IGT Decl. § 38 . comparison,
15 likeness; act ofcomparing,vying (us.friwith), rivalling :
coimius fēighi fri rionnoidh comparing oneself in sharpness
to a r.
, Sitzb. 1919, 93 § 33 .doluid cach dia commes to judge
between them
(two warriors), Dinds. 57 ( RC xv 453 ).
?coimeas cainte am cainte gaeth, Oss. v 235.3 ( BB 39b50 ).
20 coimeas crand contest of shafts, Ériu xviii 72 § 66 .c. ¤ cána ┐
comíca gen tórmach`an equal reckoning', BR² 1471 (cf.
cobéis?).coimhmeas a chomh-óil to equal his hospitality,
Content. ii 13 .do coimes fhesa . . . rit, BCC 78.23 .do bhí
coimhmheas oinigh is daonnachta eatorra, Keat. ii 2082 .
25 coimēs (leg.-es) aigi is Crīst comlán, ZCP vii 301 § 5 .
a leithéid ná a choimhmeas the like, Párl. na mB. 157 .
clú ban ód choimmeas fa cheo (: thuilleas), DDána 103.13 .
i gcóimheas (MSS.) leó, Trompa na bhF. 1247 .fial-chath
da chúaidh ó choimes incomparable, Hy Fiachr. 182.4 .
30 ball coimeasa a criterion, ZCP x 20 n. 3 .sgéul . . . nach clú
coimeasa of incomparable fame(?), O'R. Poems 49 . ?cuid
coimhmessa, Content. xxx 3 .dias choimmeasa two equals,
MR 146.2 . Seecommus.

1 coimmesta adj(coimmes) comparable;equivalent :bid comeasta
35a mīrbuile / . . . / re gach cuire etc., ZCP x 341.1 .a
ttéarmadhuibh coimhmeasda leis na briathruibh ceadna,
Luc. Fid. 4203 . ?in coire cét commesta (commeasga,v.l.),
Met. Dinds. iv 80.4 .coimeasda .i. coimtheiste .i. coimh-
shileadh neithe, O'Cl.

40 2 coimmesta n g s.=coimmes:ag deunamhc onspóide nó
coimhmeasda re draoithibh nah Éigipte (Moses), Eochairsg.
59.31 .

? coimmilg: n la siail cen nach cermnas c. ¤ coich bō bithī . . .,
Corm. Y 1052 =comilc, Corm. 35 .Cf. combolg.

45 coimmilt xseecommailt.

coimmirce xseecommairge.

coim(m)ite n f.(Lat.comitia? By-form ofcoimitecht?) escort,
attendants;company :maille re coimite moir,
Smaointe B. Chr. 697 .a coimmite, Lism. L. 4671 .an coimide aingel,
50 BCC 326.33 .Cf. ni tuc coimmit na cuidechta na cumtach, Laud 610,25a , cited Plummer MS notes.

coimneim adj(neim):coimhneimh inntibh`d'être aussi venimeux
intérieurement
', RC xliii 66 § 67 .

coimneimnech adj(1 neimnech):dia mad coimhneimnigha n-airm
had their weapons been equally dangerous, ZCP x 296.32 .
55 na trí chnamh-aillse coimhneimhneacha(of forts), ML 80.7 .

coimnéinḟecht adv(com+i n-éinḟecht):cách a ccoimhneinfhecht
together,simultaneously , BNnÉ 215.34 .i comnéinfecht ┐ an
caomlá at break of day, Caithr. Thoirdh. 80.33 .

coimphíanad n(píanad):an cholann agá coimhphianadh mar
60aon ris an anam the body being punished together with the
soul
, TSh. 6734 .

coimpléit n(Lat.completa) canonical hourofcompline: hi
cóimpléit . . . is and rochelebair Crist seal becc réna hirgabail,
KMMisc. 146.7 .in trath dian comainm compleit, 154.94 .
65 paig .i. coimpléid, Ériu xiii 71 § 126 . O'C. 1367 ( H. 3. 18,
628 ), seefadg,faidc(F 9.76,20.11) (here completion of the
eucharistic mysteries, Plummer MS notes).compléid re
snim sechmallach, Acall. 2962 .iar torcsin . . . ar completi,
PH 521 .coimpleit . . . / in-aghaidh tnúidhe, Dán Dé xxiv 4 .
70 ar [son] chompléite=pro Completorio, Rial. S.F. 1403 .
Seecoimplín. See alsos. caplait(supra).

coimplex n m.(Lat. loanword) complexion(med.),physical
constitution: daiterreach an coimplexa te tirim, Rosa Ang.
58.16 .c. ¤ na crici so, Ir. Astr. Tr. 138.19 .saogal nādūrtha
75do rēir a chomplexa ┐ a persan, Fl. Earls 220.17 .'na
ccoimpléas (-éasg,v.l.), Párl. na mB. 1416 .feabhus na gc. ¤ ,
TSh. 8529 .na coimplexa, O'Gr. Cat. 260.10 .

coimplexamail adj(coimplex):a rannaib aiceanta coimplexamhla
` complex ', O'Gr. Cat. 254.32 .

80 coimplín x(Engl. loanword) =coimpléit:ó ch. ¤ , RSClára 102b .
d'éis chluig . . . choimplíne do bhúain, 87a .

coimreic n(2 reic):god choimhreic ó bheól go bél`repeating
thee
', Studies 1919, 440 § 12 (= Luc. Fid. 5909 ).

coimreicid v(see1 reicc):cnuas . . . ni choimhreic coill`has
85not yielded
', Rel. Celt. ii 234.11 .

coimréill adj(réill):coimreill comtṡolus veryclear , RC xxi 400.4 .