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comletraid v(letraid):co comlettrait he mangleit together(of
dogs), ZCP xxx 155.11 =comledrat, Alex. 1071 .

comlín adj(1 lín) earlier appar.cumlann(O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii
174), and approximating in use and meaning tocomlann.
5 Cf. comlunn .i. c. ¤ ,ut estfo comlunn gena, O'Dav. 561 .
Equal number,as many (us. of persons):i n-irgail chuimlin
`in a fight of equal numbers', Ml. 47c3 (see Thurn. Gramm.
100 ).c. ¤ caiptel cóemdae / fo lín laithe`a number . . . equal
to the number
', Fél. Prol. 295 .comlīn . . . do rīgaib . . . do
10Dāl Chais ┐ do chlaind F.M. an equal number of kings of
the D.C.
etc., Corp. Gen. 207.10 .athri comlin, BDD
86 =chumlund, LU 7548 =chomlond, BDD² 802 .in c. ¤
sin do thotim leiss, LU 6494 .
With follg. rel. clause:ni raibe . . . coimlin ina mboi do
15Románcaib they were not as many as. . ., CCath. 5390 .
an coimhlīn nā ro gap baistedh such of them as are unbaptised,
Fl. Earls 176.23 .coimlíon i mbatar, Hugh Roe² 124.9 .
In phrasefo ch. ¤ inequal number,proportionatelyto thenumber :
fo chomlin Crist ┐ a apstal, Vita Br. 12 .E. ┐ G. fá chomlin,
20 LU 236 .muige do riaguil . . . ┐ fon coimlín do muighib
beas eturrud, Laws ii 104.27 Comm. consáiter cath eturru
fo chumlund . . . .i. secht cét di cechtarde in dá lethe with
equal odds
, Fianaig. 34.13 .do essith in cath fo chumlund
`the battle stood', 17 .riu ni gabtha fo chomlin, Rawl. 77a17 .
25 ni rímtís fo ch. ¤ there was no agreement as to how many there
were
, RC xiii 448 § 36 . WithÍAR:iar c. ¤ dóine ┐ múinter,
PH 5100 . WithDO:ni ra ḟuilngiottur . . . do'n coimhlíon
so they had never suffered such losses, TFrag. 132.26 .
Predic. (usu. with follg.FRI):aris c. ¤ són hi lín sillab fria
30bunad`equal in number of syllables to its origin', Sg. 60b8 .
bit c. ¤ fri férgl.per feni . . . conparationem, Ml. 90b8 .c. ¤
fri sudibgl.congregationis nostrae multiplicatio incrementa
ouium . . . est emittafutura(leg.imitatura? note), 126b7 .
nība c[h]oimlín a ndālta, CCellaig 16 .comlin fine na secht
35fer ndéc of equally numerous fine with, Laws iii 488.3 Comm.
nim ch. ¤ in cathasa / d'ḟeraib na Herend uile, LL 37841
( SG 362.40 ). Note also:mad coimlin bud ingen berthair
an even number, Auraic. 5777 . ?cumlín a chend fria leth
meta, ZCP viii 314.22 .mo shoighníomh . . . / gomadh
40seacht gcoimhlíon é is m'olc seven times as numerous, DDána
42.15 . With subst. vb. (see1 lín, L 155.39 ):ni fhuilmid
coimlin catha dóibh súd we are not in sufficient number to
do battle with them
, ZCP vi 46.18 .ata c. ¤ fine [cach mac
dib]`has a family of the full number', Laws iii 332.20 Comm.
45 ó nach dtárla cóimlíon céad nó curadh . . . le h-Eóghan
sinn, ML 114.21 .
In meaning of1 lín complement,number,multitude :
tormān . . . giorac coimhlin`noise of an assembly' (Gloss.),
Eg. Gl. 579a .a measg choimhlín iomláin Israel, 2 Sam.
50 vi 19 .coimhlín in būird do dhaoinip uaissle . . . cenmothā
sin, Fl. Earls 46.30 .
? In meanings ofcomlann:ní mó na mo chumlond féin
in fer sin`no more than a match for me', RC xiv 408 § 19 .
cumland óenḟir duel , Táin 3382 .

55 comlínad vn.ofcomlínaid.act offillingup;completing,
fulfilling :comlínadh criadh ┐ fót afilling , CCath. 1735 .
an cuan aga choimhlínad filling up, Caithr. CC 61 .comlínadh
líne(scribal note), O'Gr. Cat. 281.13 .i gcoimhlíonadh na
sácramainteadh, TSh. 10517 . Note also:a gcoimhlíonadh
60do Phaidreachaibh equal amount, Rial. S.F. 731 (see
comlín).

comlínaid v(comlín) fillsup,completes,fulfils :rochomlinad . . .
na hinleasa . . . d'airechtaib, TTebe 703 .níor choimhlíon
ar chan, O'Hara 3253 .nogur comlin gach flaithius ap-
65pointed a ruler for every kingdom
, Fier. 247 .rocoimlinadh
ī do solásetgairdechus, Aisl. Tund. 118.17 .nar
coimhlionadh sé míle bliadhain daois an domhain that the
world was not 6,000 years old
, Leb. Gab. 4.11 .do
coimhlinadh a n-eigintuis, Smaointe B. Chr. 362 .go
70gcoimhlíontaoi gach ordughadh, TSh. 10517 .
Vn. comlínad.Part. comlínta.

comlínmar adj(línmar)equallynumerous :roptar cutrumma
comméti comlínmair dóib(of flocks of Ailill and Medb),
Táin 71 .

75 comlínta part.ofcomlínaid. full,completed,perfect :na se
.c. carpat comlinta, BB 240b35 .arna clasachaib comlinta
sin, TTebe 1646 .coimhlínta do gallraibh, Smaointe B.
Chr. 4175 .gluasacht coimlinta, Ir. Astr. Tr. 62.11 .bhar
mbeith coimhlíonta iomlán=perfecti et integri, TSh. 1887 .

80 comlíth adj(líth):is c. ¤ dóib`equallylucky to them' (i.e.men and
women, of Saturday), Triads 217 .

comlíud n(líud)jointaccusation :comluigi nó comliudh, O'Dav.
528 .ni dhim(?) an teist an annteist . . . comliú[d] tugadh
forra, O'C. 2589 ( Eg. 88,50(51)a ).

85 comlobad n(lobad):is c. ¤ doib jointforfeiture , O'C. 866 ( H. 3. 18,
390b ).