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coithin xseecoidiu.

coitide n[io,m.] (?cuit; O.Fr.quotité, Plummer MS. notes)
factor(of number):is cach coitidi is randaidhi, ┐ ni cach
randaigi is ch. ¤ , Auraic. 1452 - 3 .coititi . . . coitige, 3064 - 5 .
5 trie taithmech a lethae i coitidhe (resolution into factors?),
ibid.

coitidecht n[ā,f.] (coitide) analysis(of number) intofactors :
tria na coitidhecht n-airme .i. trie taithmech a lethae i
coitidhe, Auraic. 3063 .

10 coitreb n o(com+treb.Cf. con-treba).coidreamh,caidreamh
m., IGT Decl. § 28 . See Éigse x 13 . Asā-stem (seeattrab,
treb) and appar. with concrete meaning in:na túatha . . . oc
cocertad a cotrebi, LU 3440 (`community', SC2Gloss.).
Cf. c. ¤ .i. comtairisium . . . c. ¤ caillech(`collection'), O'Dav. 542 .
15 Atharni / cona cotreb cuitechta, YBL 179a4 ( BB 259a10 ).
In later lang. fellowship,company,association :caidreamh
maordha mo mhacáimh, O'R. Poems 2948 .comharsanacht
┐ coidreabh dluith, Smaointe B. Chr. 2693 .ar gcaidreamh
bhar gcádhais, DDána 101.42 .tuc sé coidreabh min
20umhal . . . do na dainibh(of Christ), Smaointe B. Chr. 1449 .
i measg chaidreabh gcomhaidheach, Measgra D. 52.80 .
caidreamh muinnteardha`friendly attentions', Keat. ii 6005 .
caidreabh do dhénamh ria=deale with her, RSClára 25b .
foglamtha i ccaidreabh ┐ i ccomhaonta na cúirte`manners
25and customs
', FM v 1752.z .caidreabh na naomh=con-
sortio sanctorum, TSh. 6407 . With prepp.:dá mbeadh
caidreamh againn ar léaghthóireacht na sean, Keat. ii 6173 .
caidreamh . . . idir Éirinn ┐ an Easpáinn, 773 .caidreamh
re col`inclination to sin', O'Hara 3505 .i gcaidreabh
30Chloinne U., Aithd. D. 39.38 .ina caidrebh dúinn`after we
were acquainted with him
', Maund. 196 .líon catha na
chaidtreabh teghlaigh`attending him', Rel. Celt. ii 224.17 .
InVn.constructions:d'aithle shlóigh Ch. do chaidreamh
`after making friends', O'Hara 3993 .beth co buan ga
35caidreb-si to be eternally living there(an island), KMMisc.
317.18 .

coitrebaid xseecon-treba.

coitse x=coistecht:coitsi .i. coméistecht, O'Don. Suppl.
citing Mac Fir Bisigh Gloss. ?co dead ninngais .i. co heim
40coimsiuga coitsi, O'D. 2229 (Nero A vii, 153b).

coitsech adj(coitse) attentive,listening :raith . . . c. ¤ , . . . diamuin,
O'C. 2452 ( Eg. 88,37(38)d ) =ch. ¤ , O'D. 573 ( H. 3. 17,442 ).

coitsecht [ā,f.]vn.ofcon-túaisi. Latercoistecht.act of
listening, beingattentive (fri to); attention :coistecht .i.
45eisteacht, O'Cl. .incoissegar triac. ¤ átredegl.taciturnitate,
Ml. 48a11 . taceantǽm .i. induili bíte ic. ¤ , Wb. 13a14 .ni
geib coistecht a rubthá, LU 6619 (TBC).eochair chéille
coistecht, ZCP vi 270 § 1 .iar c. ¤ na n-athcomsan-sin, PH
2949 .oc coistecht frit, LU 3887 ( SC 40 ).cotsechd fri
50sceola (sicMS.), Mon. Tall. 131.23 .og coistecht fri coigedh
Meadhbha keeping watch on Connaught, Hugh Roe² 168.26 .
?muna ti do cobair na fodairi doberar i coitsochta (leg.
-echta?) co hindligthech hearings(?),legal actions (?), Laws
i 138.27 Comm. ` trouble '. Seecoitse.

55 col n o,n.(see Ml. 91a21 below).m. IGT Decl. § 67 . (a) infringe-
ment,violation;wrong,sin :in chuilgl.piaculi, Ml. 16c1 .
cen ch. ¤ fairgl.expers mali, 93d1 .forsna mmórch. gl.
tantorum scelerum, 91a21 .inna c. ¤ (g p.), Thes. i 714.10 .
cuimrech an coimdeth ba c. ¤ , Blathm. 122 .c. ¤ a nomine
60caligo , Corm. Y 349 . O'C. 143 ( H. 3.18,80 ).ar c[h]ul no
aimleas`for sin or hurt', Ériu xii 170.4 (TÉ).manab
duinoirguin no nac cul coicle .i. . . . ni bes col no bes cloen
.i. fell no eithech . . ., O'C. 638 ( H. 3.18,307 ).do choluib
clercechta clerical sins, Ériu ii 228.9 .o'tconncatar . . .
65éccraibdige D. ┐ a chula hile, PH 967 .c. ¤ .i.a colpa, non
culpa apud ueteres , O'Mulc. 232 .a haithli in chuil doronni
.i. duni d'ithi, TTebe 3412 .scris ar culu ┐ ar corbaid,
LB 74b8 .c. ¤ sídh violation of, Aithd.D. 84.17 .claonadh
mo [chuil] (cail, MS.) fan umhla`let my sins yield to humility',
70 PBocht 12.32 .
In phrr.is c. ¤ do it is unlawful for;ní c. ¤ do X. X is
entitled to, it is lawful for X
:is c. ¤ dúin, Fél. Ep. 98 .is ch. ¤
do cach ḟir d'Eoganacht goinfes fer do C[h]recrugu, ZCP
viii 309.22 .ní c. ¤ dó cid less ar mbéoetar mmarbgl.siue
75ergo uiuimus, siue morimur, Domini sumus, Wb. 6b20 (i.e.
dead or alive we belong to Him).comtangad cách forcital
crist ar ni c. ¤ do attá a deolid iar cúul caích`it is no fault of
His that His grace is behind everyone
', 31c15 (`non nefas, vel
immeritum, si
', Sarauw, n.).asbertadar fris nārbo ch. ¤ dō,
80ar doradsad mōr do maith dō fora lonnges(Medb and Ailill
urging Fergus to enter the battle against the Ulaid), TBC²
3542 .
(b)In particular, incest :eter fer is mnái ba c. ¤ , SR 6711 .
luid ina gnáis, ciarbo ch. ¤ , / don tsiair, Met. Dinds. iii 44.73 .
85 Ioruath mar do aontuigh ch. ¤ / lé chéile is bean a bhráthar,
Dán Dé xi 23 .
Hence(c) degreeofkinshipasimpedimenttomarriage :ni
bhi c. ¤ fria seitic doib, acht siur nó mathair, Marco P. 27 .
Cf. 39 .foigsi an chuil the nearness of the relationship, Mac
Aingil 3004 .
5By extension(d) guilt,blame(?): cech olc dogní in
tuath / . . . / ort a ch. ¤ sech cach, LL 18962 . In an im-
precation:fair a ch. ¤ ┐ a dhuabhais, SG 242.24 .(olc) ort
do chlé ┐ do ch. ¤ duabais, RC xxix 132 § 45 . 146 § 70 .
Attrib.g s sinful,wicked;forbiddenby laws ofconsanguin-
10ity: cen chuibdi clethi no cuil secret or sinful union, SR 2399 .
ben chuil` concubine ', PH 867 .an corp cuil, Dán Dé xxii 27 .
céile chuil`forbidden spouse', A. Ó Dálaigh xv 14 .fear cuil
`kinsman', Donl. 94.17 .g p. ba gnimh c. ¤ , Blathm. 47 .
Predic.g s. is cuil a nda-radais dam, bid ingen nos-bér
15(i.e.you have given me the wrong remedy. She wanted a
son), BDD² 68 .cuil .i. olc no toirmisgthe, O'Cl. , citing this
ex. ?do damnaid na coladh, Arch. iii 241 § 15 (:comall).
Compds. ?bid docht huas colblai cuind, IT iii 17 § 44
(chorplæ,v.l.).Cf. ceithre colcluiche`guilty games' (because of danger involved), Celtica viii 150.3 , 151 .dā cholcomhardha nār clais`two sinful
20tokens(?) in our choir
', Ériu xviii 64 § 28 .