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caingen n ā,f., later alsoo,m. c. ¤ m., IGT Decl. § 53 .f., § 54 .
(a) suit,claim,petition,message :caingin no fugallgl.negotium
aduersus alterum, Wb. 9c4 .in tan luaithfider a ch. ¤ -som hi
80tig Dǽgl.cum iudicium agitari ejus coeperit`his case', Ml.
57c7 .nī ar cais nā miscuis .i. nī ar dēnum chaingne for nech,
Corm. Y 285 .do tosach caingean, O'D. 539 ( H. 3. 17,433 )
`of the precedence of cases', O'Don. Suppl. as i mbreth is dia
cach caingne(of end of the world), Laws i 22.6 Comm. ,
85perh.for as í in breth as dead . . . . ar nach cnedh bis slan
ré mes is di caingin la feine, O'C. 1819 ( 23 Q 6,46a ) =di
caingiun, O'D. 423 ( H. 3. 17,324 ).tiachtuin d'acra a caingne,
Laws ii 86.6 Comm. iman caingean frecnairc, O'D. 579
( H. 3. 17,444 ).Maxim, Johan, Ernan / conc[h]uire mo ch. ¤ ,
Gorm. Aug. 17 .co cuibdi cach caṅgni, LL 16607 (RC xlvii
5293.y).cen gūbreith . . . / . . . / acht in chaṅgen fīr`but
(finding) the true facts
', KMMisc. 262 § 17 ( LL 18878 ).cia
caiṅgen dotuc aniar ? Rawl. 82b7 .beir . . . / gusin coimdid
mo chaingin, CF 88.3 .ar impide th'aingel / co n-ilar a
cc. ¤ `with all their pleading', Ériu xix 3 § 5 .im Sairial
10seolta caingean`who prospers causes', Dán Dé xxv 55 .dár
gcabhairne im chaingean / daghaighne mná (: aingeal),
PBocht 18.4 .ná bérad breth forsin caingin sin, Ériu iv
126.13 .tāinic aingel ar mo chend / c. ¤ daingen ar mo ci[u]nd,
ZCP vii 307.7 .fer lan . . . do cosnam cacha caingne fa tabrad
15a lam`in upholding every cause he undertook to plead', Ann.
Conn. 1307.9 .conciuchlat[h]ar do chainccen your affair
will be heard
, ML² 508 . ?do fhregair in sámaid sin / a cánaib
is a caingnib, SG 69.18 .
In phrases:c. ¤ fri claim etc.against: [intí] bes im caingin
20fris, Laws ii 86.2 Comm. im caingin fri righ no seanadhgl.
tocomracc, v 396.x .im chaingin robui de muintir Tamlachti
friss, Mon. Tall. 157.7 .cia c. ¤ fil det-siu frin-ne ? PH 3216 .
téit etc. imm,la,frich. ¤ goes etc.on amessage,presentsacase:
dorrími Sencha . . . in caingin immá tullatár, LU 8745 ( FB
25 56 ).in c. ¤ lasa tancais`the matter concerning which thou hast
come
', CCath. 4065 .timarnad duit nád dechis . . . / fri
caingin (quaingen, caingne, caingeana,v.ll.) na athchuingid
/ as do liss cot' écc`for business or begging' (command to a
monk), Ériu iii 108 § 52 . Note also:ma ta side a caingi a
30(?leg.i caingin) diubarta, Laws v 504.14 Comm. senchus
.i. cuis is cain . . . .i. caing cain ingena (?leg.caingin, caingena)
.i. cas caingine, i 30.30 Comm.
(b) dispute,controversy , question (for discussion):aí, cuis
no caingean`controversie', Eg. Gl. 66 .tabair . . . comarli
35. . . .i. im cangin dilgotha cid dogénam imme, LU 9768 .i
n-ecmais na caingni sin, 9771 .cepe nom bera . . . cen forus
mo caingni chucu, 10260 .fri cosc ┐ cuindrech na c. ¤ , Anecd.
i 44.19 .fuaradar caingin doiligmaxima quaestio , Lat. Lives
77.2 .batar caṅgni imda sunn ic Aed`questions',
40 RC xx 46.21 .búaidh caingni cecha hairechta`victory in every
assembly
', xxvii 276 § 30 .in bóroma o Lagnib / tóroma do
chaṅgnib cland, LL 16842 (`a service of the family tribute', RC
xlvii 325 ).ro chóraig cach caingin ┐ cech n-imresain, 1477 .
is caiṅgen / bith frisin less n-imdaṅgen, Auraic. 5124 .im
45cach c. ¤ ro fiarfaig de, Grail 2188 .nobetis caingne ┐ écraiti
dúibhsi, TTr.² 124 .caingni do chrichnachadh, TTebe 1141 .
dénam comairli imon caingin sin, FDG² 685 .ic gleud ch. ¤
na mór-ṡluagh`settling the dispute', Celtica iv 34.479 .romain
ar gach caingnib / mac Muire go n-ainglib finna[ib] may
50. . . protect me against all disputes (suits
?), ZCP x 347 § 21 .
coscar cacha caingne do commaidem`to triumph in every
struggle
', MR 258.23 .smuainiud cindti cacha caingni for
solving every problem
, 94.2 .críoch ar gcaingne`issue of our
dispute
', Content. ix 4 .an t-ord caingne`method of discussion',
55 xxiv 3 . Withceist:césta ┐ caṅgni in choicid d'ordugud,
TBC 868 .oenach . . . / cen cheist cen chaṅgin cen chreich,
LL 27826 .du ceastaib ┐ du chaingnib domundaibh`worldly
questions and cases
', Auraic. 48 .ré heidir-ghleodh ceasd ┐
caingean, CRR² 16 .ceist ┐ c. ¤ , PH 9 .
60(c) Less specifically business,matter,affair :in cois ┐ in
caingin ara-rogbad in salmgl.causam cantici `the matter',
Ml. 74b11 .i cach caingingl.in negotio, Wb. 25b5 .bid imda
a n-airgne garba / is a caingne allmarda`piratical exactions',
Fen. 66.10 .díchuirthar úain . . . tairmesca na c. ¤ . . . saegulla
65(exhortation for Lent), PH 4993 .ba nefní leis a c. ¤ ora maid
in cath remi(of Protesilaus), LL 32287 `their dealing', TTr.
1475 .bad adba ch. ¤ can chacht / bad adba aingel mon port
(of Tech Molling), SG 366.29 .c. ¤ in bāis brais,
ZCP vii 302.27 .aingil Dé dom dín / fon caingin clé atchíam, KMMisc.
70 254.2 .suairc in ínis rangamar / imdha a cnuas is a c. ¤ , 317.15 .
cá c. ¤ uil bar fargam what are you proposing to undertake(?),
FDG² 638 .dōib fēin bid olc in c. ¤ , ZCP v 22 § 9 .beg air . . .
c. ¤ na namad`the doings of the enemies', TFrag. 154.13 .is i
caingean is coru`policy', Cog. 122.21 .rí an bheatha ceann
75gach caingne`Lord of all causes', Aithd. D. 75.16 .do bert
. . . laimh imna caingnibh sin do fhorbhadh`to carry out
these charges
', Hugh Roe² 216.15 .
In prep. phr. withIMM:im chaingin ind anmchairdini
`concerning the matter of spiritual direction', Mon. Tall. 135.11 .
80 cia ro thuttis im chaṅgin t'ingini, TFerbe 253 .im caingin
na ndaoine do déndáis aithricche`in the case of men', RC
xxv 396 § 10 .cionnas do ghéndaois im caingin na nDanar,
TFrag. 118.1 . WithTRE:tre c[h]aingne con on account of,
Sc. M² 21b .
85(d) In later lang. also covenant,pact :dorinnes c. ¤ re-m
shúilib( Job xxxi 1 ), PH 7800 .ro snaidm si a c. ¤ , Grail 2291 .
in c. ¤ cona rathnachus tucsatt`guaranteed pact', St. Ercuil
358 .ar coilled a caingne re Ruaidri`had broken his covenant
with R.
', Ann. Conn. 1315.12 .in c. ¤ sin C. ┐ M.`arrangement
between C. and M.
', CCath. 1163 .nī scarthar a c. ¤ ,
5 ZCP iii 32.22 .an té ler cailleadh a chor / a caingean Dé do diúltadh,
IGT Decl. ex. 1355 .fada súas fa bhrúach mBeirbhe / crúach
sgeimhle ó chrúas do chaingne, 1373 .deadhuil chaingne na
ccumpán`after the breaking of covenants', Studies 1921, 588
§ 3 .lucht crúadhaighthe caingneadh (chaingean,v.l.) réidh
10`men who harden easy covenants', 1919 , 256 § 4 .ní fhuil ar
chléircibh caingean, Measgra D. 55.18 . `the clergy have no
status
(?)', Gloss.ní bhí caingean ná cairdeas idir a lucht
aittreabhtha(of vices of the body), TSh. 2948 .
(e) In chevilles:c. ¤ ṅglé, SR 5463 .clothach caingean,
15 Anecd. i 60 § 86 .caingean ceart, SG 24.23 .caingin nach
gann, ZCP i 121 n.z .nochar ch. ¤ cle, BCC 40.16 ; 168.29 .
?Cf. cainig(leg. caingen?)cain, SR 3753 .
Compd. With adj.:bidh cath-buadhach caingen-glic
`wise of counsel', BR 8.13 .