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75 comaltram n(altramm) (a) joint(responsibility for)rearing;
sharinginfosterage :atait secht mna la Fene frisna comalat
fir noch it he ailde a mbeardae .i. nochon ndenait comaltruma
(sic) friu, SM Facs. 56a13 .bean saor beiris mac do mug
daor . . . .i. le fein in lenum ┐ comaltrum di(i.e.the child
80belongs to her and she shares in the expense of its rearing?),
Laws v 202.12 Comm. sē mnā dona dlegar comaltrum na
iarrad who are not bound to share in the (payment for) rearing,
ZCP xv 310 § 6 n. co fuigillsit ollomain breithemna Erenn
imma c. ¤ ┐ ima ndilsi, O'D. 986 ( H. 3.17,849 ) =comaltor,
85 Anecd. iii 27.16 .an tan rofitir in bean ┐ soi-sim fri haithrighe,
is altrum fuirre-si; muna sou-sum, is comaltrum(of a
connexion with a cleric), Laws v 204.19 Comm. fri bes[cna]
(Plummer MS. notes) comailtuir .i. . . . in comaltrama,
394.27 Comm. macc na da mear, ma tat a fine araen ar
aird . . . is in comhaltrum do dénam doibh, O'D. 2311 ( Rawl.
5B 506,31c ) (opp. toaltrum,ibid.).ogha imdha . . . acum
comhaltram, Lat. Lives 102.y .
(b) co-fosterage :comhalta comhaltroma ┐ coimléighinn
Cormac . . . ┐ Cerbhall, TFrag. 220.8 .

comammus n o,m.(ammus)act ofmutually attacking :
10 rothocbadar na lama . . . do chomamus cuirp araili(of
two boxers), TTebe 2519 . Attrib.g s. cairrgi cruaidhi
comamais`missile stones', 1954 . 2888 .

comamnas adj(amnas):comlann crūaidh curata comhamhnus
` equally-sharp ', Ériu iii 166 § 23 .

15 comamrae n(amrae):ní comtig a comamre`an equal marvel',
Im. Brain 10 (comlabrai,v.l.).

coman adjexpld. as pure.Appar. abstracted fromescoman.c. ¤
.i. idhan;ut estescoman .i. anidhan, O'Dav. 462 .c. ¤ .i.
glan; escoman .i. inghlan, Ériu xiii 81 §§ 293 , 294 .

20 1 comanad n(anad)act ofstaying,stopping,delaying :cen
cumsanad .i. . . . cin c. ¤ nó cin tairisim, O'Dav. 637 (com ana
dl., MS.).smachtaigter c. ¤ furri`he is bound to stay it', RC
xii 432 § 31 .

comanaid v(anaid) remains :subj. past 3 s. na comanad no
25na comthairisend Laws i 134.6 Comm. , gl.im cach lestar
nad cumsanad, 124.5 . Seecon-anat.

comand xseecumang.

1 comann n o cattle-pound: bid gach ae fo leith ina cumann
cóir(of different classes of quadrupeds), Laws i 268.21 .
30 baicc do echaib acht serrchu, is comand do suidiub, ii
118.9 Comm. do agatar hi comund iar lau co naidche, 11
Comm. cin fascc ndlitheach uadh re caithe no cumunn
bristi`of trespass or broken pound', 50.15 Comm. fuaslucad
athgabala .i. . . . a cobann cen athcomarc`to release a distress
35from a pound
', v 478.11 Comm. Cf. gobang.

2 comann n Inplant-name: cerefolium.i. comund gall, Arch.
i 336.91 (Med. Gl.). radix.i. focluc .i. cumand gall, 333.2
(ibid.) (see Index).camamil ┐ comand gall`coltsfoot',
O'Gr. Cat. 181.10 .

40 ? comansa: ind nach og . . . ma ra saebthar sech comhansa
tuistidhi, O'D. 2386 ( Rawl. B 506,47c ). Perh. forcomṡíansa.

comanta xseecongnam.

comar n o(4 ar)c. ¤ (rit) m., IGT Decl. § 11 .comhar(arbha),
comhar(bracha)m., § 17 . ploughing together,co-tillage,
45 ploughing partnership :c. ¤ `holding a plough-land in common',
Triads 125 .cor comair, ZCP xiii 21.23 .coscrad comair
dissolution of a ploughing partnership, xv 308 § 3 .comol
comuir`reciprocal ploughing', Laws v 284.y .dilathar c. ¤ ,
O'D. 1664 ( H. 5. 15,24a ).comur ┐ comingairi, 1569 ( 5a ).
50 aititiud cae gacha comuir uirfine ar a griun fadéisin, 750
( H. 3.17,542 ) = 684 ( 501 ) =aititiu caocdach a comair
air fine, O'C. 2261 ( Eg. 88,19 ).ciomhsa a chladh arna
comhar(asvn.), IGT Decl. ex. 976 .Fig. id chomhar-sa
in co-operation with Thee(?), Dán Dé xvi 4 .damh comair
55Cuinn Cedchathaigh`like', ALC i 352.z .
Hence partnership,match,union :níor chomhthrom an
comhar, Dán Dé xii 21 . ?a gcomhar grás(sic leg.?), DDána
48.23 . ?nī anfa sí a gcomhar clú, O'R. Poems 1731 .Cf.
dís ré comhar clú do hearbadh(of a newly-wedded couple),
60 Ó Bruad. i x 16 .comhar ceoil eidir éanaibh, Arch. Hib. i
93 xxviii .dom chor-sa i gcomha(i)r re damh`compared
me
', Content. xvi 92 .bearar crú Chuinn 'n-a gcomhar
(: roghar), O'Hara 2120 .conchlann chomair, IGT Decl.
ex. 394 .
65Perh. also in:biaidh a crioch 'na comhar crech (fa chuir,
fa conar,v.ll.) completely ravaged, BNnÉ 256.17 .i n-a c. ¤
creach, ML² 1132 (see notes); but perh. =combor(see
commar).
? Compd. (so Plummer MS. notes)corus comhar cirt,
70 O'C. 2404 ( Eg. 88,31d ).

comár n(ár) mutual slaughter :c. ¤ Ua nD. ┐ L. acht ro meabhaidh
for Ua nD., FM ii 812.1 .

comárach n(árach) mutual bond,guarantee :naiscis cach diobh
a comarach for araile, H. 3.18,725.x . Asvn. nadi cuimrigh
75.i. na denann a c. ¤ does not bind them together, O'C. 2531
( Eg. 88,44b ).

comaracht xseecomairecht.

comaraite xseecomraite.

comarb xseecomairb.

80 ? comarba: n in eol dúib Derc mBuailc bil / c. ¤ fil immon mag
` successor ', Met. Dinds. ii 20.42 (comsarba,a comforba,
v.ll.).Cf. comarbbae,forbbae.

comarb(b)acht n[ā,f.]state of being acomarbbae,coarbship:
do fhágaib clerech da muinntir a comarbacht an baile-sin,
85 ZCP iv 316.18 .mo chill is mo chomharbacht / ag Laighnibh,
BNnÉ 140.11 .a comhorbacht Doire, BCC 86 (78.5) .