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comardad o vn.ofcomardaid(seecomardaigid).comardadh,
75 IGT Verbs § 56 . (a)act ofcompeting,rivalling,emulating,
comparing:rivalry,equality (FRI with):c. ¤ fris to compete
with him
(in the matter of thecuradmír), LU 8552 ( FB 41 ).
nirbó menma lea nech do ch. ¤ fría[e], ar ḟebas a crotha ┐ a
delba, TTr.² 366 .bátar fir Eirenn co mbladh / gan chogad
80gan chomardadh rivalry, SG 149.37 .síol Eogain d'argain / ┐
cosc a chomardaig, 65.8 .ar nárab rath Cuinn c. ¤ cin comarbus
necht, 319.28 (retoiric).comardud Gall friu that the foreigners
should rival them
, Cog. 188.13 .mac ris nar chóir comhard-
adh, DDána 84.31 .cúis comhardaidh . . . fris an rígh sin,
85 Dhá Sg. Art. 1513 .righ cúiccidh da ttabharthar comhardadh
ionaidh ré Righ Érionn, ITS v 12.15 .
(b) Legal balancingofliability (in case of mutual injuries
between two parties) (see Laws Gl. p. 159 f. ) (cf.also
comardugud):is ann ata an comarda[d] gin frithe(seeF
433.35
ff.)an inbaidh do rinne in cedfer fogail ┐ targadh
5dliged ┐ nir gabadh uadha acht fogail do denam reis ana
haighi, O'C. 1760 ( 23 Q 6,35 ).is [s]lan don fer deiginach
go trian ┐ c. ¤ itir in da trian(i.e.in the case of mutual wound-
ing the inflicter of the second wound is immune from one-
third of the liability for the injury inflicted by him and the
10balancing of accounts is made on the basis of the remaining
two-thirds), 1759-60 (ibid.).c. ¤ itir in da trian, ┐ gidh be
dibh ag a mbe an iumarcra icait re ceile,ibid. comardadh
eturru(sc.treesetc.left on the land)┐ in aithgin`an adjust-
ment between these and the compensation
', Laws v 500.31
15Comm.
(c) Metr. correspondence,rhyme :comarc .i. comardud na
filidechtai, Fél.² cxxvi gl. 5 .comharda[dh] slán`correspond-
entia sana
' (Molloy), `Reim' (Thurn.), IT iii 134.24 .
comharda briste`correspondentia fracta', 135.z .dligther c. ¤
20do beith iar bfeudaiph airedhaiph, Auraic. 3822 .aontugud
co ndeiliugud amal ata bas ┐ las, ┐ is iar c. ¤ n-aircetail ata,
3967 .geangcthnúidh ┐ seantúir cóir do chomhardadh, IGT
Introd. § 27 .claen comhardudh(?-daidh,ed.), Metr.
Faults § 2 .ag réidhioghadh comhardaidh, Introd. § 28 .

25 1 comardae n iā,f.(ardae) later somet.-airde.(equal)height,
level: cia bronntar indi co comardda[i] cinn whatever is
damaged in it to the level of the head
, Críth Gabl. 235 .co tall
in cend i comarda a muiniuil de at the level (of), LL 12722 .
buailios A. a ccómhurta an chinn é, CF Eg. 103 .teach
30nEothail[i] gan tuigi / a comardi re tuli, ZCP v 24 § 10 .
i comharda frissna glendaibh, CCath. 4798 .Cf.Sescend
Temra.i comardi ┐ Loṅg na mBan siartuaid, LL 3872 .
an ccomhairde dochúaidh crann an fhogha isin aer, Buile S.
10.26 .i n-airear B. comardu Étair, BDD² 432 (comarda
35(LU),comarddae, fa comair,v.ll., RC xxii 48 , `overagainst',
Stokes).iar n-ardbiu a comlund c. ¤ na fer no bítís foraib
in equal combat(?), LU 9322 . ?la toeb crand comarda dé,
3839 ( SC 37 ). ?Muiredach / . . . sochla sain comarddae /
comarbba cōemchlann, Corp. Gen. 9.12 (`Rival', Ält. Ir.
40Dicht. 18 § 19 ).Cf. sochla sám comarbbae, 47.38 .
In phr.fo comairde equally :toibhget da trian eturru
féin . . . fo comairde, Laws iv 254.10 Comm. comroindit
etarru he fo comairdi no fo leithairde`equally or unequally',
iii 270.6 Comm. Cf. fon comairdi no fon leth-airdi, v
4574.11 Comm. slan dia comarda`sound equally (after
castration
)', Laws ii 248.7 (slan .i. o buain as, 18 Comm. )
`gleicherweise heil', ZCP xiv 353 § 10 =slan o cull, Laws
ii 238.10 , 244.24 (cf. comartha?).hi comardaib trath, i
102.25 .
50In abstr. sense. Attrib.g s. of equalimportance,value(?):
inlongad bandtaig banc[h]ora / a coibne co[i]r comarda .i.
amlaidh ro coibindtiged a comardugad for coraib do réir
chóir`in kinship of equally high contracts', Stud. in E. Ir.
Law 135 § 9 ( Laws iv 38.9 , 40.2 Comm. )da secht cumal
55comarda (sic leg.) .i. do comardaiged re da secht do cumalaib
of equal value(?), Laws iv 44.9 and 46.22 Comm. ?diamut
ili sealbu, bet uaithni comardu`they must be equally balanced'
(the amounts (of compensation) paid will be diminished(?) ),
v 242.10 Comm. =diamat ilselbha beit uaithne comarda,
60 O'C. 36 ( H. 3.18,14b ).
In n. loc.Forindan . . . du ergabhail du Genntibh i Cloen
Comardai, AU an. 485 .ó Chlúain Comarda, LL 39408 .
Cog. 227.10 .

2 comardae xseecomartha.

65 comardaid xseecomardaigid.

comarda(ig)id v(comard) (a) makes even,adjusts,arranges :
ro comardaigit ┐ ro choraigit na catha . . . fon cor sin,
Cog. 172.26 .ro cliath-chomardaigit a craisecha comraic
were arranged in the form of a hurdle(?), MR 140.10 .
70(b) Legal `toadjust,balance, set off oneclaim against
another ' (Plummer MS. notes); assigns,appoints :da fodhail
comruiti comardaighter sund(sic leg.), Cóic Con. Fug.
53 § 111 .bleda comardaigtir re cornaib buaball`which are
equated in value
', Laws v 408.20 Comm. amail ro
75comairdaighedh iar cae uird na trath, no is na trathaib
ina comardaighedh doib itir teirt ┐ noin (etymol. gloss
on hi comardaib trath), i 104.21 , 22 Comm.
Vn. comardugad,comardad.

? comardathach n(deriv. ofcomarthaorcomardad, Wind.,
80 TBC p. 510 n. 6 ) epithetofarms: ra gabsatar dá sciath
chliss chomardathacha ḟorro, LL 10533 (TBC).claidbi
comardathacha claslethna`emblematic' (Gloss.), TTr. 1717
( LL 32519 ). ?Leg. comarthacha. Seecomarthach.

comardugad u,m. vn.ofcomardaigid. (a)act oflevelling,
85 making even :da chomhardúcchadh thuas ┐ teach dímhor
do denamh ann(of a mountain), TFrag. 14.9 .
(b) In Laws Comm. adjustmentof aclaim,balancingof
claims,compensation (cf. comardad):cidhbe fogail etgidh
tresa n-ernaighther na cinta, o bias c. ¤ folad and, is a n-agra
for cirt`Ausgleichung', Cóic Con. Fug. 53 § 111 .c. ¤ itir in
5leth dlegair de ┐ in coibche ┐ in eneclainn dligis`a balance is
struck
', Laws iii 294.6 Comm. tre fuiririud comardaithi
cned(of the compensations for wounds), 406.24 Comm.
comardugadh ro bui sund itir in sarughudh ┐ in mnaí do
marbhadh, i 68. 27 Comm. is ann atá in comárdughadh
10co frithaighidh in inbaid do rine in cét fer foghail ┐ ní
targaidh dlighedh ┐ do rignedh foghail ris ind ┐ a sláinti
don fir deidinach co trian, O'D. 1402 (E. 3.5, 31a).is ann
atá in comardughadh cen frithaighidh in inbhaidh do rine
fogail in cét fer ┐ targaid dlighedh ┐ nir gab uad acht fogail
15do dénam ris dar a cenn, O'D. 1402 (E. 3.5, 31a).comard-
ughudh itir in mbiathadh ┐ in mancuine . . . ┐ cibe dib
acá tá in imarcraidh icadh re ceile, O'D. 2250 ( Rawl. B 506,
18d ).tri cumula décc ar ḟichit sin ro acrutur in lucht a
fus, ┐ secht cumula fichut no acrutur in lucht a tuaith, ┐
20do righnedh comardughadh eturra, 30 ( H. 3.17,28 ). Note
also:cúitiomh ná comaoine (cómhárdughadhv.l.) do
thabhairt do Dhia compensation, Párl. na mB. 4 .
(c) Metr.act of makingcorrespond,correspondence :iar
comhardugud n-airchetail ata`according to poetic correspon-
25dence
', Auraic. 1015 (cf. iar comardadh n-airchetail, 1009 ).
metuir .i. comardugh[ud] in dana, O'Dav. 1219 .in fid
conicc c. ¤ fuit ┐ gair indib, Auraic. 1353 .