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comarb(b)ae n io,m.(orbbae)Cf. comharba uasalchille, Études Celt. xii 521 . heir,successor :it sib ata chomarpi
Abrachamgl.heredes, Wb. 19c20 .conrandat comarba
cetamus a randa ┐ a sealba, Laws iv 68.20 .atat .iii. caine
nad chumgat comarbai do chumscuchud, 210.26 .da
5comarba treabar im easeart, 128.3 .athgabail comarba
conrandat curu a nathur, i 216.2 .comarba aicinta natural
heir
, O'C. 1227 ( H. 3.18,492b ).ní fil . . . scoth ná comarpa
úad, Trip.² 861 .sochla sám comarbbae, Corp. Gen. 47.36 .
tabairt mna dó fo déig co farcbad comarba, LU 10166 .
10 cóich comarbai cré`to what heir the land belongs', ZCP xv
188 § 9 ( LU 3474 ; SC² 271 , retoiric).lín cend comorba the
number of heirs
, Ériu i 215.22 .a chomhḟorba ┐ a chrioch
.i. neanaidh truim ┐ tradhnaidhe(a curse), v 94.18 .fo
selba Cuind comarbae`to the estates of Conn's heirs', xvi
1546.13 .atrubalt iarom ┐ ní fargaib fer comurbai male heir,
RC x 66.7 (ICM).comarba meic, Acall. 4914 .do-llega a
chlanda ┐ a chomarbbu, ZCP xi 85 § 38 .ni chechrat mo
comarbai alacomorba nad n-acatar i n-orbaib æithre (=
aithre) aendān`my successors (heirs, posterity?) will not
20love an outsider whom they have never seen in their paternal
heritage
', xii 364.31 .airm gen fiadnu ┐ carbaid cen
comarbada owners(?),occupiers(?), TTebe 3050 .Ioin mac
Zepedeíí brunn-dalta Ísu, comarba na hógi(because he took
the place of Jesus), PH 1454 .
25Meaning unclear in:litre la caid comarba im ardmanach
marbdilsi(one of the three things that establish a claim),
Laws v 498.3 (= O'Dav. 530 ).bith la flaith .i. bid he-side
bid caidh comarbai, O'C. 871 ( H. 3.18,391b ) (cf. Corp.
Gen. 2.27 and MR 90.1 s.v. comarbus).
30In phr.c. ¤ for c. ¤ (?):athcuiredh comarba for comarba gin
seotu`the one heir transmitted it to the other', Laws ii 208.15
Comm.in inbuidh is comarba for comarba, 210.10 Comm.
Very freq. of an ecclesiastical successor:comarba
latinisedconuerbius, Petrie, Christian Inscriptions ii 100 .
35 féil Flaind . . . / comarbai . . . Bennchuir, Fél. Dec. 15 .
Maelbrigte . . . comarba Patraic(i.e.abbot of Armagh),
AU an. 927 .do Aed mac Crimthainn . . . do chomarbu
Choluim, LL Introd. xvi 6 (printed ed.).comorba Crist i
n-ecna(of St. Paul), PH 1650 .ó chomharba Pheadair
40(=the Pope), DDána 72.2 .comhorbaidhe an dá easpog
dhéag soin, Keat. iii 413 .

comarbus n u, latero,m. Cf. g s. comorbaise, ZCP vii 307.22 .
(comarbbae). inheritance,heritage,patrimony;succession,
heirship :ni gebat in c. ¤ hóre nandatfilii promisionis
45`inheritance', Wb. 4c8 .gaibid c. ¤ for n-athar`succession',
9a14 .ná[d] roga(i)b seilb ná c. ¤ ria sin(i.e.before the
age of seventeen. Of thefer midboth), Críth Gabl. 36 .
hi c. ¤ bóairech succeeding to a `bóaire', 147 .a comorbus
cenn congaibther comaithches a comrainn selbha athar ar
50lin mac, O'C. 23 ( H. 3.18,10b ).can forbeir coimaithches?
a il-c. ¤ (i.e.from a multiplicity of heirs), Laws iv 68.19 .
do ingin im comorbus a mathar, i 146.y .cach fine iar c. ¤ ,
cach c. ¤ iar cintaib, . . . cach c. ¤ co sid, Arch. iii 228. 64 - 68 .
causa comparpsa dut cheniul, Trip.² 1593 (`for sake of thy
55tribe's heritage
', Trip. 138.13 ).rofitir combad i lLaignib
no beth a ch. ¤ (i.e.the property which he would leave),
LU 3141 .liter re cach (leg.cáid) c. ¤ , MR 90.1 (seecáid
comarbai s.v. comarbbae).nibu mīcād c. ¤ / Crimthan,
Corp. Gen. 2.27 .caīn Cathāer (Cathaīr,v.l.) c. ¤ , 56.31 .
60 a ch. ¤ huili etir iri ┐ indile, Rawl. 73a21 .facbaid a chomorbus
oc siair tharisi do, PH 942 .d'ēis athar san chomhfhorbas,
Ériu xix 96 § 13 .caislein . . . ┐ cathaoire comhorbais
`hereditary seats', FM v 1798.x .
Specifically ofecclesiastical succession: bid é gebus mo
65chomorbus tar m'éisi (Ciarán), Fél. 50.3 Comm. Ferdomnach
i c. ¤ C. C., AU i 518.9 .Cend Faelad . . . do gabail chomarbuis
Brénaind, Ann. Inisf. 1082.3 .S. Grigoir . . . a gcomharbus
Pedair(i.e.was Pope), FM i 214.8 .G. . . . do athchur a
chomharbais uadha`abbacy', iii 112.18 .

70 comarc n o, but in later lang. also withn a d s. -airc.g s. -airce.
c. ¤ m., IGT Decl. § 11 (54.14) .a s. comhaircmhór, ITS
xxix 166.25 .n s. comairce, BCC § 129 (126.y) . Somet.
by metathesiscomrac.Cf. comaircim,imchomarc, and
Ped. ii 457 . (a) outcry,battle-cry,slogan; act ofcryingout:
75 cloisdin na comharc, O'D. 543 ( H. 3.17,434 ).rocronaiged
a comairc`their war-cries were raised', Fianaig. 88.18 .
do ṡaine cuma ┐ céme ┐ comairci(of the heterogeneous
elements in Pompey's army), CCath. 1617 (comairc,v.l.).
aengair clog ┐ comhurc ┐ caismirti, ZCP vi 296.2 .noco
80cuala se comairc an mallaigti`the sound of cursing', Ann.
Conn. 1342.11 .comhairc osnaidhe ┐ dórta dér, RC xxiii
30.y .do thionsgain ag comhrairc (sic) ar a mathair, 20.11 .
línmairi a chách na comhaircc, IGT Decl. ex. 604 .camhairc
dhíleas na sagart . . . mar atá: I n-ainm an Athar ┐ an
85Mhic . . ., Eochairsg. 37.z .lé comharcaibh=con muchos
clamores, Desid. 2703 .comhairc .i. caismeart, O'Cl.
Especially in phr.gairid c. ¤ :do goir c. ¤ adbalmór, SG 46.23 .
na huili ainmidhi . . . ac gairm comharc . . . ar omhun lae
an Bratha`uttering outcries', RC xxviii 310 § 4 .Cf. ic
seinm a stoc, ic comgairm a c. ¤ , CCath. 4636 .Cf. cen seinm
5stuic ┐ cen gáir comairc, 1420 .
(b) invocation,commemoration :comarcc .i. imrecragl.
taithmet (Fīadat), Thes. ii 348.41 (Hy. v Comm.).c. ¤
Bresail`Gedenken', Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 27 § 1 . undeLugnasad
.i. c. ¤ Loga nó cuimniugud nó aithmed nó feil bais, Dinds. 20 .
10 c. ¤ .i. [imcomarc no] cuimniugud,ut estardlig c. ¤ cóemda,
O'Dav. 452 . ?c. ¤ Locha Irchi, LL 373b35 . ?Hencequatrain,
stanza: cetri randa cach (sic leg.) comairg i suidiu (i.e.
in dechnad már), IT iii 7.7 .cid samluidh seon didiu do
cach comurg molta laudatory verse, Corm. Y 41 .cati a
15lethc[h].? 1059 (93.9) .Cf. caiti a lethrann, ibid. (20) =a
leth-chomorgg`half-quatrain', Bodl. Corm. 34.27 (leth-
chomargg,-comrac,v.ll.).is ē-side ar-rānic cuibdius i
ndeud na c. ¤ , Corp. Gen. 22.22 (comrac,v.ll.).ardlig c. ¤ ,
Fél. Aug. 5 (.i. dligid imchomarc .i. . . . comardud na
20filidechtai, Fél.² cxxvi gl. 5 ). ?bairdne na ndaorbard . . .
bid focla maithe ann, ┐ comhraca séghdha, Ériu xiii 44.16 .
comrac .i. rand, . . . is and is comrac dligid mbairdne ┐ atá
dethbir itir rand ┐ comrac, O'Dav. 428 .caide deocair
edir rann ┐ comharc ? ni ansa. as aire asberar rann aire;
25as ionann cubaid a imfregra ina leth toisioch, ┐ ina leth
déghenach, Ériu xiii 44.6 (precise application and difference
fromrannnot clear).mūadh bochtus cil a c. ¤ (.i. maith
benus sé a locht a rand), ZCP v 488 § 9 (B. na f.).
(c) token,signal,indication;agreement,plan(?): ba
30sed c. ¤ boi eturra, tomlacht na mbo do lecun lasin sruth
`token', Dinds. 53 =comartha, Ériu ii 22.18 .issed comarcc
immorro ro bae eturru, Craptine do sephnad suantraige,
Rawl. 131a12 =is ed comairle dorónsat, LL 35259 .
adhainter tobchaindeal i luing . . . i c. ¤ fri Sinon`as a signal
35to S.
', Aen. 511 .sdocc comairci, TTebe 4307 (comairc,
v.l.).Teallach n-Eachach is é a chomharc / Ceann Cruaiche
`what distinguishes T.E. is', Magauran 1063 .
(d) Expld. asact ofexacting,levying(?): c. ¤ .i. tobach,
H. 3.18,229 marg. inf. Cf. comrac .i. tobhach, O'Dav. 364 .
40 comrac .i. comairechta tobaigh,ut estattatt secht comruic
la Féni, 413 .
Various:co frecrad dia chomarcaib ┐ dia aithescaib
requests(?), Alex. 817 (imchomarc,v.l.=imchomarcaib,
ZCP xxx 140.46 ).Gaidil Gaidil inmain ainm / ise m'encho-
45mharc a gairm`my only desire is to invoke it', Reeves Ad.
288.6 . ?dorigset lūathch. ¤ ┐ issed tuccad asin chomarc. . .,
Aisl. MC 27.12 , 13 .