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coinndiul n(deól):mananardama i coinndhiul if he does not
allow it to suckle (another person's cow
) (of a calf), O'C. 1015
( H. 3. 18,430a ) =cuindiul, 2140 ( Eg. 88,1d ).

coinne n(later form ofcoinnem, O'Rahilly, Celtica i 370 ff.).
5Later alsocu-.c. ¤ f., IGT Decl. § 3 (44.26) . (a) meeting,
appointment,tryst;expectation :an c. ¤ sin na hEpiri, CCath.
3230 .c. ¤ esergi na n-uli, PH 3589 .coinde chladh na cóic
tórann, IGT Decl. ex. 527 .ní dearg i ló c. ¤ a cholg, DDána
91.48 .ionad cuinne`tryst', ZCP iv 402.8 .ro scaoil a cc. ¤ ó
10aroile`they separated', FM ii 1140.3 .muinter D. . . . / coinde
ūabair`a proud meeting', ZCP xii 290.16 .condi ┐ comairle,
TTebe 3006 .a g-c. ¤ cómhairle um na comhthaibh sin
`special council', ML 66.8 .c. ¤ shídh`hope for peace', Aithd.
D. 63.4 . `pardon', 64.37 . Attrib.g s.:dál c. ¤ ,
15 IGT Decl. ex. 990 .cnoc c. ¤ hill of assembly, O'R. Poems 2028 .Colam Cille
ar gceann c. ¤ president, DDána 113.30 .fa teann c. ¤ a g-ceann
troda(of warrior), Misc. Celt. Soc. 360.11 .comdhal ch. ¤
conference by appointment(?), FM iii 540.12 .c. ¤ mence ┐
comhdhála, TTr.² 567 . Of Doomsday:éanlá c. ¤ ag cloinn
20Á., DDána 24.1 .
(b) Freq. in phrasei c. ¤ tomeet,against :co tíasat na coinni,
LU 6148 (TBC).i conne Fer n-E., AU ii 158.z .beris Osgur
cēim 'na coinni, Fianaig. 66.13 . In other senses:a coine
sin`in proportion', Laws iv 6.4 Comm. fios . . . i gc. ¤ saoir
25`sent for', Keat. ii 5237 .mála airgid . . . i gc. ¤ a bhronnta
to bestow it, iii 979 .a c. ¤ an lóin`for provisions',
FM vi 1950 . 15 . With other prepp.:fá ch. ¤ (on analogy offá
chomhair, O'Rahilly) =i cc. ¤ :acca ullmhuccadh féin fo c. ¤
an bhais, BNnÉ 273 § 246 .ar c. ¤ in front of, O'R. Poems 813 .
30 dia leigi sarugad for a c. ¤ `in his presence', Laws v 170.3
Comm. as c. ¤ an Tighearna=before the Lord, Prov.
xv 11 .

coinnem n ā,f.(see O'Rahilly, Celtica i 370 ). Later alsocu-.
?n s. coinnme, ZCP xii 290.20 .d s. coinnme, ZCP vii 303 § 2 .
35 coinneamh f., IGT Decl. § 54 .tred ┐ coindiumh(in list of
collectives), Metr. Faults § 133 . (a) visiting company,
guest(s);band :condmaib gīall with bands of hostages, Bruchst.
49 § 107 = FM i 516.y .ni riacht mo choindem dia tig,
YBL 173a18 = SG 70.40 .rop í in ch. ¤ nemnech námat,
40 LL 38433 ( SG 373.37 ).'na connim comthrúaig, SR 3458 .
coinnm[h]e a-níarana, Bard. Synt. Tr. 218.9 .cuindme
coccuidh im cricha`hosts of war around borders', ZCP i 112.7 .
lán an chnuic do choinnmhibh`troops on coigny' (cf.next
section), Magauran 3564 .in coinneamh`the soldiery',
45 Duan. Finn ii 12 § 38 .le frestal clíar is coinnemh, BNnÉ
282.6 .gach oen do marbad a chonme`his guest',
ALC i 226.10 .fil dál coinnme naeimhe dabhar saigidh si, BNnÉ
326.9 .coinnmi do rīarad, ZCP vii 304 § 16 . Later in phr.
i c. ¤ (with-bh,cf. i coinne)tomeet,against :'na cuinnibh,
50 Párl. na mB. 1306 .i gcoinnibh an chaise, Ó Bruad. iii 170.4 .
ní ráidhim-se . . . aon rud n-a choinnibh, E. O'Rahilly 112.z .
Cf. gluais . . . / ga ccoinnibh re marched to fight against, Rel.
Celt. ii 254.7 .
(b)In technical sense (rightto)free billetting, `coigny':
55 coinnmhe L. . . . / . . . / tug díoth ar gach ndoire`coigny for
men of L.
', Magauran 3548 .Ros M. do saoradh . . . ar
choinnimh ríogh flatha`from regal coigny (cess)', FM ii 1148.1 .
ar coinnimh do Chill Chonna / cuirsiom bonna fri médhe
`for their coigny', i 330.w .cethrur ┐ triar for condaím, Ir.
60Texts i 20 § 10 . Transf.:coindem craidhi`heart's support'
(of a piece of good fortune), Caithr. Thoirdh. 75.21 .Cf. do
chóirigetar cuinnemh, 51.16 .

coinnil ngl.ululae(coninnill, MS.), Thes. ii 362.18 (Philarg.).

coinnirc- xseecondarc-,condirc-.

65 coinnle: n coindle(ón chonnlach)m. IGT Decl. § 2 (39.18) .
Rí na ndúl an rí do-roighni / do-ní úr don c[h]. chríon stalk ,
ex. 31 . Seecondall,coinnlíne.

coinnlech xseeconnlach.

coinnlenach xseecaindlenach.

70 coinnlid,-ed xseecaindlid,-ed.

coin(n)lín(e) n(condall) stalk,stubble :coinnlin=haec stipula,
Ir. Gl. 210 .airc dom . . . don coinliniu thís danabair asa
bun, Trip.² 918 , `rushes', Trip. 84.8 .mar a ttuit cuinnlín,
fasaidh crand, Mart. Don. xxxiii 4 .seacht ndíasa arbha
75ar énchoinnlín, Gen. xli 5 . Seecoinnle.

coinnmed uando,m. Vn.ofcoinnmid.coindmheadh m.,
IGT Decl. § 28 .coinnmeadh, Verbs § 68 .act ofbilleting,
quartering; (rightto)free quarters, `coigny'(cf. coinnem):
eochair chomais c. ¤ , ZCP vi 270 § 6 .sreith coinnmhedh . . . do
80choscc`abolished the taxes of Coigny', FM v 1686.3 .dorónad
coindmed na filed iar sein fo Érind the poets were quartered
throughout I.
, LU 360 .dēna coinmed crūaid / do ṡlūaig,
KMMisc. 262.2 .tairnge im chroidhe bhar gcoinnmheadh
`the way you are bestowed', Magauran 682 .a beith fo
85chuinnmedh cáich, SG 79.3 .coinnmheadh Dé dháibh a
ndamnadh the treatment meted out to them by God is damnation,
DDána 24.9 .ní chuala coinnmhedh neimhir / ciat chuala
coinnmhedh muirir(of soldiers forced to carry stones as
well as provisions), FM ii 968.5 .Sadhbh ... ag coinnmheadh
chorn`arranging', Magauran 2094 (see n.).c. ¤ teóra mblíadan
5 billets for three years, LU 346 .co tuc condmedh caicthigise
doib uile, RC xviii 9.6 (Tig.).gan bét olc, gan ch. ¤ ceall
`he did not billet troops on churches', Stud. Hib. iv 73.z .
coindmeadh Munna, Ériu xviii 60 § 11 .do rad . . . /
coinnmedh tíre dia muintir, FM iv 1018.z . (see n.). Attrib.
10 g s.:amus coindmeda, Laws v 72.26 - 28 Comm. éin-teach
coinnmheadha ag a chloinn`quartering-place', Dán Dé xxi 15 .
?cuid coindmedha, IGT Decl. ex. 864 . ?daigh cuirm choir
clechtmasa choindmídh, BB 37b4 .
In phr.for (ar) coinnmiud (-med) quartered :cona thríb
15cétaib boí for condmiud la Connachta, LU 4486 (TBC).
Ulaid ar connmedh a Muigh Ái, RC xviii 55.4 (Tig.).
ar coinnmheadh ar fhearaibh Éireann(of poets),
Keat. iii 1227 .Cf. forsna fledaib fúan cen imned / forsin condmad,
LL 4978 .i coinnmeth, Leb. Gab. 96.8 . With follg. prepp.
20(see also above):connmed écne for Cluain maic Noiss`a
compulsory billeting
', RC xvii 386.2 (Tig.) = FM ii 848.z .
coinnmhedh ríoghdhamhna lá N. . . . for Leth Chuinn
`feasting visitation was made . . . through Leath-Chuinn',
1150.14 .ar n-a coinnmheadh ar do churp / atá, a Dhomhnuill,
25an daonnacht, DDána 74.65 .coindmedh ... fora brughadh-
aibh, Hugh Roe² 112.13 . ?ar Dhia nír dhiultadar
coinnmheadh they were content to be left in God's keeping(?),
PBocht 26.36 .bar coinnmedh i Connachtaibh, SG 37.7 .
a choinmed a Caiseal cain`to be maintained', BR² 2092 .
30 Mac U. do choinnmhedh etorra do Ghallaibh, FM iv 894.9 .