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comacrae n(acrae) lit.act ofmutually suing,etc.: cach comagra
for comréir .i. . . . itir tuaith ┐ eaglais no itir dá crích . . .,
O'D. 630 ( H. 3.17,469 ) = 2196 (Nero A vii, 136b) = 2198
85(137b).comhagradh fiach fil sunn ac na fechemnaibh, O'C.
1614 ( 23 Q 6,6 a ) Comm.on doféd ae aosaibetc.imin
comaccra do niat . . . comarba na flatha, Laws i 186.24
Comm. on im accra itir croaib, 184.6 .

1 comad [u,m.]vn.ofcon-ói(see Thurn. Gramm. § 767 , Ériu
xi 86 )act ofkeeping,guarding,preserving :c. ¤ cairddine
5`keeping treaties', Tec. Corm. 3.16 .is lais a c. ¤ `it is for him to
look after it
', Ériu ii 204 § 24 .cian bas ch. ¤ , a choemo`so long
as there be observance of the Fair
', Met. Dinds. iv 162.15 .
h'urlabra i coma[d] ┐ ic coigeart breath nGæidheal`thy
eloquence in guarding and correcting the judgements of the G.
',
10 Dinds. 40 ( RC xv 429.23 ).comalta ciuin an taisig triuin
comtha curach, Anecd. i 59 § 76 .cuigear comtha smacht'the
five guardians of control
', Leb. Gab. 274.13 .Cf. comaid.

2 comad n poem,hymn (a use of1 c., Plummer MS notes):tóe
fri c. ¤ `silence during a recital(?)', Tec. Corm. 12 § 4 . ?fris-
15(i)ngair c. ¤ ard ilchu, Anecd. i 14.14 (`strain(?)', SCano 477 ,
note). . . .forchanad na comhad nath, na anair, na ana-
mhain, Ériu xiii 17.4 .coma[d] .i. ceol,ut est: c. ¤ for imdha,
83 § 313 .C. ¤ Croiche Críst annso sís(title of a poem), i 41 .
c. ¤ Manchín Léith, 38.1 .is cubaid a comhad`harmonious
20is their assembly
(?)', Gorm. March 24 .

3 comad n(with unlen. -d. Engl. code?):tuigseach cúmtha
ciuil is cómhad`proficient in music and metre', Ó Bruad. ii
228 § 15 .do dháimh na gcomhad, Hackett xviii 12 . See
Éigse ix 163 - 4 .

25 comadas adj o, ā(adas) suitable,fitting,proper ,etc.Sometimes
written comdas (cf. 1 comdes?).comhdhas .i. comhadhas
no coimhdhlightheach, O'Cl. comadassaib doibgl.laudibus
`adequate to them', Ml. 88c13 .a[ḟ]orcital c. ¤ do chách`suitable
teaching
', Wb. 8b13 .frecrae c. ¤ `a fitting answer', Ml. 30b10 .
30 cétmuinter dligthech comcheníuil c. ¤ (comdasv.l.), Críth
Gabl. 347 .ben ch. ¤ do Máel D., LU 1819 .o Ch. comdas na
cned`C., mark for wounds', Met. Dinds. iii 8.95 .C. . . .
meic Cairpri comdais, Corp. Gen. 118 x .lan fir c. ¤ , Laws iii
118.z Comm.
35Predic.:c. ¤ lobreetimmomon forsin mug`meet (is) weak-
ness on the slave
', Wb. 8b1 .ind aimsir ba[d] ch. ¤ dó`that was
fitting to him
', 21a1 .is hed ón dano as ch. ¤ `fitting', Ml.
90c12 .ni c. ¤ du aisndís inna mmaraisndisen-so acht in
spiurt noib`only the Holy Spirit is fit'etc., 64d2 . . . . long-
40um est ut quanta dignum(.i. cómadas)est, tanta dicantur ,
ZCP vii 483.28 (= Enchir. Aug. 81a ).is c. ¤ cauradmír
do thabairt dait, LU 8784 .donrig batar uissi (.i. batar uiss
no umla no innraice no comadais), Ir. Gl. 41.6 .fornn ba
c. ¤ friar cloenré(of divine punishment), SR 3618 (where
45comdas required by metre,cf. 4778 ).cinnas bad chomdas
in sluagad do thecht, LL 7920 ( TBC 456 ).narbo comadhas
leo in mac amra ut do beth etir dainib, BB 414a39 .imdaidh
bud comadhas do flaith`a couch fit for a prince', Grail 2856 .
Compar. ben budh comadhaise dō inā B. (comadhaisv.l.),
50 ML² 582 .
Assubst. o that which isfitting;suitability etc.: atait
ceithre comadhuis cacha raithe la Féine`Gehörigkeiten',
Bürgschaft 41.7 .tainig a comhadhus Croich[ne cr]u ima
Elge airbhe(see O'Dav. 388 ), Ériu xiii 20.19 . ?do gair dire
55dia comhadhais Croichne file, 26 .ar dlighidh gach gradh
as a mámaibh techta, saorus a nemhthes a cóir a comhadhus,
33.16 .trī randa dorigne don lind .i. bunad ┐ tānaisi ┐
īarlind ┐ can ní díb-sin dia comadus without any of them
being fit for them
, BColm. 74.26 .taet cach grād ria ch. ¤ ,
60 Arch. iii 314 § 24 .maithi na h-arm-se omm . . . is é so mo
ch. ¤ this is the one that is right for me, TBC 109 ( LL 8502 ).
Moc[h]omōc comadusa (= -us-sa) don C[h]oimdidh cōimidh,
ZCP xiii 15.10 .cech fer cíuil cona ch. ¤ with his instruments(?),
MU² 197 .ropad léor lem gilla a chomadais dom muntir na
65agid, LU 5961 .ō nach bfaghann bean ar banais / acht
éinfhear a comhadhuis only one man to suit her, KMMisc.
356.2 . Seecom-.
Attrib.g s. cor comadais`a meet covenant', Laws iv
34.2 .amal coir comadais Caisil proper, Ériu xvi 65.36 .
70 in-ilchrichaib comadais, Rawl. 107b6 .a clíar comhadhais,
IGT Decl. ex. 964 .hattreb chomadais do'n spirut nóeb,
PH 5600 .mo ceile comadais`lawful spouse', Grail 1722 .
lan fir comadais eturru`full appropriate denial upon oath',
Laws iii 118.8 Comm. cona congaibh comadhais`with suit-
75able equipment
', Hugh Roe² 342.6 .
Predic.:ni comadhais dún diblinaib cunnrad na hingine-
sea, Lat. Lives 71.8 .ba comtrom comadais a comlonn,
MR 246.2 .ní comhdhais (.i. dliged nó cóir) do mhac gan
ferann ┐ ríghe nÉrenn lat, ZCP v 523.31 .narbo comadhais
80do`that it was not fitting for him', Grail 1339 .arm is coma-
dhais do`a weapon befitting him', Laws v 134.1 Comm. im
roba comadais lais, Hugh Roe² 244.12 .

comadasaigidir v(comadas):c. ¤ gl.aptat, Ml. 53c8 .comadas-
saigidirgl.accomodat, 80d6 .rocomadasaiged gl.aptata
85esse, 86d17 .gént(h)ir .i.comadasigfithir `it will be performed
.i. will be meetly done
', BCr. 44b3 ( Thes. ii 30 ).