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colg nAlsocalg.ā,f.(a d s. cailg). Latero,m. colg calg(clog
10 clag,v.l.)m., IGT Decl. § 69 .cailg f., § 14 . Verbs § 76 . (a)
anythingpointed,piercing instrument :c. ¤ sleighe spear-point ,
DDána 119.11 .Sinand na bferg bfuar / do treghd cuan a
clag its point has pierced the harbour(?), Caithr. Thoirdh.
18.18 (`his sword reached many a [supposed] place of safety').
15?c. ¤ tuinne re tir, 18.24 (`the wave's impact on the shore').
(b) sword, prob.smallsword,rapier: `colgg' ┐ `dubcenn'
duo nomina gladii suntisin tṡengoedeilg, RC xx 276.1
(ACC Comm.).`gen' ┐ `c. ¤ ' . . . / dhá ṡenainm cloidhimh
curadh, Met. Gl. 15 § 36 .faccaib a chailg inna comair.
20Dosbert si do chlam, Vita Br. 13 .colc oc mo choilcse, LU
333 (ACC Comm.) (.i. claideb, M).cethora calgu(a p.),
LL 392d34 .c. ¤ (.i. claideb), 36087 ( LU 9672 ).mosdísem
calga de Galión gáir, LU 5424 (TBC rhet.).L. . . . / imbert
choilgg for C., ZCP viii 118 § 29 ( Rawl. 88b19 ).ōenchalga
25clū`the fame of the unique blade', Jn. Celt. Stud. i 86.25 ( YBL
125b33 ).calcc i laim cechtar hai, O'C. 887 ( H. 3.18,396ab ).
amal ch. ¤ `like a rapier', IT iii 199 § 59 .cona sciathaib cona
ṅgaib / cona calcaib, LL 4949 .scél fo chulgc a bloody affair(?),
30088 ( Met. Dinds. iii 404.14 ).calgg dart bragit or L.(a
30threat), 37217 ( RC xiii 446 § 30 ).ra gabsatar(sc.Cú Chulainn
and Fer Diad)dá sciath . . . ┐ a n-ocht cuilg ṅdét,
TBC 3557 .re dathadh c. ¤ , DDána 79.24 (`reddening of
swords
', Ir. Monthly 1921, 246 ).c. ¤ .i. cloidheamh, O'Cl.
breitheamh ciuil is cúrsa is cuilg`judge of coursing, music,
35fencing
', Ó Bruad. ii 180.ix . ?senóir cuilg cairt an Bhúr-
caigh, Ériu viii 93.301 .Fig. lé c. ¤ nó lé cloidheamh an
chraois, TSh. 2465 .
(c) sting;stab,thrust; act ofpiercing,stabbing (in these
meanings always cailg):cia adbela [in bech] dia facbail a
40chailce from leaving his sting behind, O'C. 890 ( H. 3.18,
397b ).a ninadh na cailgi . . . dá mbe an cailg a nairteri
(of a snake bite), O'Gr. Cat. 213.19 .tre chailg (: mairg) an
gha, DDána 39.34 .i gcailg chagaidh, 73.18 .do-niad
cailg abhla na haithne, 31.7 .Fig. ag cailg riaghla mic
45Alphroinn i.e. undermining the faith, Celtica i 150 § 41 .
ro ghabhsat accá ccailcc ┐ . . . accá ttolladh, FM vi 1970.8 .
cailg a sting, Eg. Gl. 173 .cailg an bháis, 1 Cor. xv 56 .ag
soin uaim mo cheisd gan chailg (: mairg) without a quip(?),
Content. xxvii 18 . Of satire:a Chiaran cailg carai / rob
50mairg mas do m'aerad, BB 299b24 .gnúis charthonach
gan chailg n-aor`never stung by satire', Studies 1921, 589 § 8 .
?ag so cailg na fine ó bhfuil / file gach aird dá fhéachain
the bane of his people, DDána 102.36 .
(d) awnofbarley,wheat etc.: gran . . . ┐ he lom .i.
55cin c. ¤ , Laws iv 94.17 Comm. ?itir chimedha culg .i. in
cimidh so is ann bís itir c. ¤ ┐ caithlech .i. itir c. ¤ a cimidhecht
.i. ag foghnamh, O'D. 845 ( H. 3.17,602 ).cnet do chulg
(caused by healing of wound over an ear of barley), Corp.
Gen. 405.5 .cruithneacht . . . / ar bhfás a cuilg 's a cunnuill,
60 Aithd. D. 94.29 .m'uan beag cáidh . . . / . . . gan cháith gan
chailg gan cheó(of one who had died young and innocent),
Hackett xii 16 . By extension:do mhaol c. ¤ bhar ndaghbhrat
ndearg`rough nap', Magauran 370 .ar mhalaigh as cham-
dhubh gcuilg`curling dark crest', 996 .Cf. `c. ¤ the coarse fibres
65of flax
', Duan. Finn Gloss .
(e)Fig. fury,rage :ticc an peist neimhi . . . go ccolcc mór
fuirri, BNnÉ 5 § 14 .maircc thuilles om cléir a ccailcc
(chailg,v.l.), 286 § 273 (`hostility').d'fhreagair Gobhann mo
ch. ¤ , Oss. vi 112.17 .calg ionTaidhg air`furious as T. used
70to be
', Ériu xvi 134 § 39 .ní léir c. ¤ mar a ch. ¤ soin(of a lion),
Aithd.D. 16.22 .
Note also:cruith .i. cailg nō glic nō crōdae,ut est: ... frim
odrubairt (imatrubhairt,v.l.) cailg co cruith, Corm. Y 386 .
Compds. With nouns.caismerta na ccolccbuidhen`the
75armed troops
', FM vi 1882.9 . Forcolg-détseeD col. 49.20.
in claidem ina coilgdírgi`blade-straightness', CCath. 5252 .
ar colg-deis do claidim pointed blade, MR 160.15 .ar colg-
diasaibh cloidhemh, LL 409a22 .colglonga`martial warships',
Caithr.CC 45.1 . ¤ ṡnám(?):leth eo cednama, no eo colgnama:
80"eo colgnama, cach na cel", Laws v 40.24 Comm.
With adjj.calgard .i. díreach. ard amhail cholg .i.
amhail chloidhim, O'Cl. fertsi crúadi colgdírgi, LU 8596
( FB 45 ).Adv. co coilgdhirech, ZCP vi 279.z .cath-beim
colg-duaibsech claidim, MR 116.22 .in carpat . . . go
85creit . . . chlessaird cholgḟata, TBC 3376 .in colglaemdha
Ceallachan`C. of the flashing sword', Caithr. CC 2.27 .co
cródha cailccneimhneach(adv.), FM vi 1956.23 .do cloidmib
cruadgera colgriigní(sic), BB 431b11 .fir cholgshnasda,
DDána 87.9 . WithPart. ¤ ṡnaitte:.l. claideb colgnaiti
with engraved blades, LL 7282 .

5 colgach adj o, ā(colg) fierce(?),bristling(?): peist fraochdha . . . c. ¤
cenn-mór`armed with a sting', Misc. Hag. Hib. 115 § 41 .

colgad vn.formation fromcolg.act ofpiercing :fearg Dé re
cách dá ccolgadh, 23 G 24, 263.1 (:ionnarbadh).

colgat x=clocat,q.v.:i carput chaín chlessamna colgatchaín,
10 LL 13904 .carput . . . co creitt uraird . . . cholggfata cholg-
gatchain, 24860 .

colgdae adj io, iā(colg):carpat . . . cona creit . . . colcda, TBC²
2332 (`scythed', Faraday).Of swords,pointed(?): claidem . . .
colgdha coilgdírech, CCath. 5242 .Of warriors,warlike,
15 fierce(?): in ridiri colga, cetfadhach`brave', ZCP vi 104.8 .
tais re a thiorthachaibh, colgdha re a chomharsain, FM
vi 2236.4 .Adv. co colga, cetfadach, ZCP vi 68.15 .do-
chím co colgdha an cuire, Top. Poems² 457 .

colgóg n ā,f.(colg) index-finger :a bpréim na colgóigi`at the
20root of the forefinger
', O'Gr. Cat. 287.19 .sa dara halt do'n
colgóig, 27 .

1 coll nAlsocall.o,m. coll call m., IGT Decl. § 69 .Cf. c. ¤ (name of letter c), IGT Introd. § 4 .etc. hazel-tree
(on the magical properties of the hazel see V. SS. Hib. cliii f.):
c. ¤ gl.corylus, Sg. 38a11 . Ir. Gl. 556 .colldequia fit colyrus
25c. ¤ , Sg. 33b14 (gl.colurnus), see Études Celt. xi 118 .a
caillib crínmond, glossed:nó a collaib; .i. na .ix. cuill inna
Segsa, RC xxvi 18 n. 2 (a calloib crethmond,v.l.).Cf.
caill crithmon.Creth-mon .i. mon cles ┐ creth ēxi (= ēcsi)
.i. caill asa tāet cless na uadh ind airc[h]etail, Corm. Y 237 .
30 cuill ┐ imbois na heicsi .i. cuill crinmoind aiusa, Dinds. 59 .
naoi ccuill chaoinmhesa, Ériu xiii 26.20 .mo ch. ¤ creth
`my hazel of poetry', RC xxvi 50 § 270 .in c. ¤ ro ás triana
ḟert, LL 13542 .na loisc in call caem, SG 245.27 .ubhall
ar abhaill, na cnú ar cúll, Acall. 6282 .cáll (leg.caill, ed.) .i.
35crannae.kalo graece lignum , O'Mulc. 195 .beanaidh tú
call as an gcnaoi you make the hazel to grow from the nut,
DDána 57.24 .ocht n-airigh [fedha] . . .: fernn, dur, c. ¤ , muin
. . ., Auraic. 5494 . Seefinn-ch.
In nn. pr.:C. ¤ . . . fá dia do Mhac Cuill, Keat. i 222.25 .
40 Mac an chuillthe name of Diarmait's hound, Oss. iii 174.8 .
In n. loc.:C. ¤ na nIngen, Trip.² 2748 .oc Cull na nIngen,
2751 .
Used as a laudatory term:rop é mo ch. ¤ ciúin(a father of
his son), LL 18576 .ar n-éanchoillne fa bhláth(of the
45Blessed Virgin), Aithd.D. 72.5 .cnuas na gc. ¤ (i.e.the
children of the princes), Ó Bruad. ii 50 § 1 .is tú an call
corcra fa chnaibh(to the Cross), DDána 2.9 .
(b) the name of the third letter of the alphabet:c. ¤ in ogaim
.i. c. ¤ isin caill, Auraic. 5519 .c. ¤ . . . is o chrand rohainmniged
50 ut diciturcainfidh .i. c. ¤ .i. cach ac ithi a chno, 1182 ,3.is
taisechu c. ¤ in x inā sail, 1374 .in bfail a mbiad c. ¤ ria `.u.'
is `q' sgripthar, 2894 (in Ogam).bocad cuill .i. clach ┐
ach lenition of c, 1273 .
Attrib.g s. bili cuill, Lism. L. 2387 .cnoi cuill, LL 13634 .
55 fo crossaibh cuill[interred] under hazel crosses, FM i 516.z .
cuaille cuill, Lism. L. 2381 .midh cuill(made from catkins?),
SG 91.19 .míodh (sic) chuill ceitemhin, Duan. Finn i 26 § 4 .
Compds. With noun.a croeb do cloind Iesse / isin
chollcaill coimh, Ériu i 122.10 .a mbia ar choillfhiodhbhaidh
60do chnuas, DDána 106.21 .Ath Cuille .i. on cuilleisc tarlaic
Conall for L., LL 21657 (cf. cliab bec do fhleascaib cuill,
Lism. L. 2402 ).amail bīd cuillesga tria c[h]urc[h]ais, ML²
1248 .cuilleasga .i. fleasga cuill no slaitine cuill, O'Cl. do
Chlár choillMhidhe, DDána 109.8 .callros fa chnuas,
65 114.28 .
With adj.na bhfeadh collbán cnóbuidi, Ériu iv 228 § 56 .
rí Locha Ché chollbhuig, DDána 120.35 .um Chruachain
gcollbhuidhe, 109.9 .a bharr collchas feactha fiar, Aithd. D.
97.12 .slat chaill-gheal, Dán Dé xxvi 30 .ó Éirne . . . chall-
70ghloin, Ir. Syll. Poetry 74 § 9 .a slios chollmhór Chruachna,
Magauran 63 .an ghéag go gcnuas choillríoghdha, Aithd.D.
60.4 .
With adj. derived from noun:co Céis collchailltig Coruinn,
SG 65.14 .ar Chruachain challdartaigh, DDána 109.12
75(`of the hazel-darts(?)', Ir. Monthly 1920, 483 ).Clár . . .
collmhaighreach Cuinn`abounding in nut-fed salmon' (Gloss.),
O'R. Poems 511 .

2 coll nOrig. appar.o,n.(c. ¤ ngisse, LU 5115 ), later variable
in form, gender and inflexion.coll call(ón phearsain)m.
80 g s n p. colla, IGT Decl. § 95 (127.8) .coill caill(ón phersain)
f., § 14 (69.7) (cf. g s. cailli, Mac Aingil 1002 ).coill,caill,
coll,call, Verbs § 77 . (a) destruction,spoiling,injury; later
loss ; as quasi-vn. act ofdestroying,injuring;losing :mór c. ¤
ceille . . . / beith fo étoil Maic Maire great folly,
85 Thes. ii 296.8 .ni frīth c. ¤ and dó`no hurt was found to him therein',
343.3 (Hy. v). ? uirum luscumno c. ¤ oculo dextera , 236.3
(or readgoll?).ar c. ¤ a roisc, LU 4058 .coll etha, 7453
( BDD § 101 ).rosiacht c. ¤ do chombár injury has come upon
the nape of your neck
(?), 6034 .amal bis ethaid foluaim-
neach im net ar na ch. ¤ do nathraig impi, TTebe 2100 .ar
5c. ¤ mo cloidhimh-sea, MR 302.15 .acá coill, O'Gr. Cat.
213.32 .gul Gaillsighe ar gcall Gaill on the death of, Dán-
fhocail 271 .i ndiaidh ar gcarad do chaill, DDána 63.2 .
c. ¤ .i. milleadh, O'Cl. súil nó chos nó lámh do chaill, TSh.
5433 .ar gcaill do lúith ┐ do mheisnigh, Maguires of F. 94 .
10 mo chall`my misfortune', E. O'Rahilly 26.6 .d'a nach
bhfuil fós breith na caill who has nothing to gain or lose,
Donl. 332.27 .caill na glóire the loss of glory, 186.8 .íar ccaill
a fhola, Parrth. Anma 782 .
(b) castration :ag . . . slan o cull entire, ZCP xiv 351 § 9
15( Laws ii 244.x ).na laoigh, na cullaigh ┐ na huain fireanna
do chaill, Corp. Astron. 52.7 .
(c) deflowering :ar is leis c. ¤ cetingen (sic leg.?) ria nUltaib
do gres(of Conchobar), LU 10476 .caill a nn-oigi ┐ a n-in-
genais, TTebe 727 .go raibh sí na máthair . . . gan caill a
20hoghachta, Donl. 386.13 .
(d) violation(of a law, taboo,etc.):c. ¤ geisi ┐ cána, Trip.²
447 .bid aithrech c. ¤ cid īar tain / fo[r] foīsam maic Roig
rogmair(i.e.the violation of Fergus's guarantee will be
regretted), Lg.² 65 .a enech do ch. ¤ , Cóir Anm. 239 .gin c. ¤
25cana P., Laws iii 388.4 Comm. toigheacht tar c. ¤ cairdeas
(sic) dom iondsoighidh, ZCP x 293.20 .c. ¤ creidimh, DDána
55.5 .call eagna, Content. viii 11 .nach guais coill a co-
muirghe`whose safeguard is not in danger of violation',
O'Hara 656 .tré ch. ¤ a smachta, FM v 1480.17 .tré choill
30reachta na Teamhrach`for having transgressed',
Keat. iii 1382 .ní heól uainn gan chall na cánadh no one of us is
known not to have violated
, IGT Verbs ex. 698 .
In phrr.i cca(i)ll, ar ch. ¤ inneed, inmisfortune :bíodh gur
léir léigis me i gcaill ar lár, Hackett xxi 6 (accaoill,v.l.).
35 ar núaisleacht chineil ar call, Rel. Celt. ii 254 § 36 .oc c. ¤
ar (= for): gnáth é [sc.an saoghal] ar a chaomhthach ag
call`always it fails a companion', Celtica iv 111 § 1 .cen
ch. ¤ without fail, complete:nai mbliadna ┐ cet gan c. ¤ , Mac-
Carthy 312.w § 2 .trian ele an chiosa gan chaill, BNnÉ
40 259 § 219 .dobhér sa da chionn gan caill / nert, is umhlacht,
is oirrim, 271 § 243 .abla tīre Barsābe / ubla orro gach
rāithe, / dia domnaig tīagaid dia c. ¤ (coill, MS) / 's nī bí
orro aenuball, Ériu iii 145 § 27 (`to steal them').
? Compd.tri capall a collbuilg .i. cuaball .i. derc a tona,
45 O'Dav. 572 (`foul belly').