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collandóracht x=cailleóracht:oc collandoracht doibgl.
praeesse (constituit cantationibus), Ml. 2b12 .

? collann n .i. calg`gladius', Dúil Laithne 48 ( Goid. p. 76 ).

? collar n .i. cu, Dúil Laithne 120 ( Goid. p. 77 ).

5 collde adj io, iā(1 coll):c. ¤ , Sg. 33b14 .coldde, 35b10 .colde,
38a12 (all gl.colurnus). See Études Celt. xi 118 .

colléic xseecalléic.

collóit,-ech xseecallóid,-ech.

? collruim n .i. feoil, Dúil Laithne 93 ( Goid. p. 76 ).

10 ? collscoin n .i. cuirm, Dúil Laithne 71 ( Goid. p. 76 ).

collud n g s.andn p. coillte.Vn.ofcoillid.coilleadh,cailleadh
proscribed forms, IGT Verbs § 77 .act ofviolating,infringing,
destroying,losing;destruction :gona . . . ┐ coillte rechtge
violations of law, Laws i 58.13 Comm. occa c. ¤ , iv 176.20
15 .i. . . . iga milled no oca marbadh, 28 Comm. oc c. ¤ a
n-hírend, LU 10561 . ?collúdh col, Ériu xiii 23.25 .marbaid
amail c. ¤ destruction, ZCP iv 243.22 .cen chaillti cert (=
chert caillti?), SR 4215 .donít . . . cathaigthi re lucht a
coillti(of bees), O'Gr. Cat. 213.33 .ar coilled a caingne,
20 Ann. Conn. 1315.12 .cailleadh th'aithne, PBocht 12.21 .
ciall chaillte na hanma, Dán Dé xxxi 37 .do chailledh
na haimsire, RSClára 155a .c. ¤ graece cholos(χωλός), O'Mulc.
242 .a gcúis díoghbhála nó caillte eudála, Donl. 102.z .

colma xsee2 calma.

25 colmán n o,m.(1 colum) wood-pigeon,ring-dove :colmaingl.
palumbes, Thes. ii 360.6 .co ngnūis colman cādha, co
cridi seboic, ZCP ix 453.12 . Freq. asnpr. na trí Colmáin,
BColm. 54.29 .na trī Colmāna, 25 .reclēs Colmán, 22.8 .

colmméne n(2 colum)neruus .i. c. ¤ , Sg. 221b2 .

30 colmnat n(1 colum)littlefemale dove :a Muiri . . . / a Ch. bán,
LL 39321 .

colnach xseecollach.

colnaide adj io, iā(colainn) I (a)of thebody,corporeal,sensuous :
a nimdibe colnide . . . a nimdibe rúnde, Wb. 2c10 .orpe
35colnide . . . orpe spirtálde, 2c21 .ina corpaib collaidib
`fleshly bodies', Auraic. 103 (BB) =ina gcorpaiph daonna,
2384 (YBL).subha spirutalta īar toirsi collaidhe, Otia ii 99
§ 36 .failte na ceol ┐ na cóibfhled n-aimserda ┐ cech failte
chollaide archena of the senses, PH 4994 .ní talmaide no
40collaide, 2007 .in posadh spiradalta . . . in posadh collaidhi,
Smaointe B. Chr. 1599 .
Of blood-relationship:mo chenél colnidegl.carnem meam,
Wb. 5b19 .ní día geneluch collaide, Trip.² 78 .an choimghe
collaidh protection due to one of the same blood(?), O'C. 2310
45( Eg. 88,24 ).athair collaide, LL 35680 .cóibnes collaide
blood relationship, PH 5801 .iar cceilebradh da chairdibh
collnaidhe relatives, FM vi 2234.y (`earthly friends').
(b) carnal,sensual :mo thol cholnideref. tocarnalis sum,
Wb. 3c38 .cona fil . . . accobra colnidi leu, gl.carnem . . .
50crucifixerunt, 20c1 .pecthi collnidigl.carni, 4a8 .atchí
aislingi coildnidi`a carnal vision', Mon. Tall. 155.11 (§ 67) .
is messi thall cach n-accobor collaide n-airi, LU 10781 .
atacobair an Dagda dó a cairdeas collaidi`in carnal union',
Ériu xii 142 § 1 .ciodh glan mo chrábhadh, is aibrisc
55codluidhe go minic mé`frail and worldly', Keat. iii 1703 .i
bpecadh mhéth nó cholnaidhe=in some grosse crime,
RSClára 133b .
Adv. ni co forpthi no-s-carait, acht is co collaide, PH 5803 .
IIAssubst. carnal person;material thing :issnib colnidib
60tuthégot dagathrigi`in the carnal ones', Thes. ii 247.17
( Cambr. f. 38b ).is hed in so dogní colnidi diibgl.carnales,
Wb. 8c9 .deithitiu na coilnidi`concern for carnal things',
Mon. Tall. 144.14 (§ 46) .

cológ: n cológa méathuis= collops of fat, Job xv 27 .

65 coloman n(Anglo-Fr.colloun, O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 208 ) ` husband-
man,tillerof thesoil,farmer ', O'Rahilly:colomun do muntir
Damindsi, YBL 119a17 =colamhan, SG 87.3 . Perh. also
in:columain in flaithemnuis, De Contemptu 2827 .am'
cholamnach ┐ am' dheóraigh a talmain, 768 .colamnaid na
70fairrgi .i. lucht a taistil, 2761 .a col[u]máincongairigh,
ZCP i 136.25 . Seecoilínech.

colomda adj io, iā(2 colum) sinewy,tough :a chridi cruaid c. ¤ ,
LL 22762 (`steadfast', CRR 8 ).cona cassnaithchib caiti
cruaidsnit[h]ib coimtenna columdai, CCath. 5209 .a chath-
75chris colamdha . . . don chodudleathar, RC xv 77.23 (TBC).

colomnaib xsee2 colum.

colpa,-pach xseecolpthae,-pthach.

? colpdae: n calpdae .i. do anmain in fir dia mbu a gae la Cormac
i Tig Midchūarta.Aliter: c. ¤ .i. calp cend isin Dūil Feda
80Māir. C. .i. don chiunn bīs fair ro hainmniged .i. in loiscend
.i. cū cnāmha, Corm. Y 257 .Cf. 1 calb.

1 colp(th)ach n ā,f.(colp(th)ae) yearling heifer (c. ¤ ḟirenn
yearling bull(ock)):sēt gabla . . . dartait firend ┐ colpac[h]
bonend, nō colpach (colpdac, MS.) firend ┐ dartaid boinend,
85 Corm. Y 209 .méit chori cholbthaige cechtar a dá glune,
LU 6952 (BDD).teoir colp[d]acha firenna, Críth Gabl. 371
(colpacha,colp̄dai, MSS.).imtoin[g] colpdaig nó a lóg, 42 .
commet re colptaig mbliadne, RC xxvi 136 § 10 .airigh
feada: . . . colpach ina ngablaibac. ¤ as a fine for cutting. . . ,
Laws iv 146.23 .colpach ocht scribuill . . . colpach se scre-
5poll, v 172.2 , 4 Comm. ina gcolpacha no ina samaisce ro
gadagh iat ┐ ina mbuaib mora ro haibreadh iat, O'C. 2157
( Eg. 88,4 ).dairt cethri screpaill ┐ colpach ocht screpaill,
┐ samaisc da screpall dec, O'C. 1266 ( H. 3.18,513 ).i cind
trí mbliadan . . . laígh na cétbliadna, samaisc iat isin
10bliadhain dédenaigh ┐ laígh na bliadna medonaighe colbpada
[iat] isin bliadhain dédhenaigh ┐ laigh na bliadna dedenaige
dairti iat i cinn na bliadna sin, O'D. 930 - 1 ( H. 3.17,658b ).
ag cach dini dairt ┐ colpach ┐ samaisc, 930 (ibid.).samaisci
┐ colpacha . . . .i. minchethra, Laws i 190.7 Comm. colpdach
15. . . nó a llóg isí unga chána domnaig insin, Ériu ii 208 § 30 .
acolbthach acendach ndaim(as term of contempt),
IT iii 69 § 12 .calpachgl.juvenca, Ir. Gl. 164 .calptachgl.
bínna, 162 .damogam .i. tarb ar aicmi bethi . . . colpthach
firenn ar aicmi . . . muine, BB 311a12 .lailiucha na colpacha
20ina ré(of a good king), CF 73.9 .colpach bhainnean, Num.
xix 2 .`colluid, colpach, seachbhuidh,a heifer, a cow',
Eg. Gl. 187 . Applied to an older beast:colpach thri
mblíadhan d'aóis, Gen. xv 9 . In sobriquet:Mac Cuirr na
cColpthach, FM ii 1110.3 .
25 c. ¤ trín calf worth one-third of full-grown cow:tri colpthacha
trin ar boin, Ir. Recht 13 § 14 n.9 .colpach trin bó, O'D.
245 ( H. 3.17,197 ).Cf. colp[ta] trín ┐ da cholpthaigh ceth-
raime, Ériu xiii 45.13 .
By extension:colpach capuill`a colt', AU iii 310.17 .
30 calpach doim(of a deer), Acall. 6712 v.l.
Seelethcholpthach, L 133.83 .