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55 comman n(Lat.communio)n s.appar. alsocomna.g s. comna(e),
a d s. comna(i),pl. comna. Somet. infld. bycommann(see
Fél. Ep. 189 , LL 4258 infra), and in later lang. bycommaín.
Insg.andpl. communion :comann .i. comunion no
commaoineacha, O'Cl. coingi (= cuindchid?) comna no
60lega do neoch biss fri bas, Laws i 266.23 .baithas ┐ comna,
iii 32.30 Comm. Ériu i 219.4 .co tabrath coman di, Vita
Br. 26 .intan dobert commain dó (c. ¤ ,v.l.), Thes. ii 319.53
(Hy. ii).ba comnai ┐ ba cretra in ḟuil-sin`Communion and
Creature
', RC ix 20.9 .is cretar, is communn(of Fél.;sic
65alsov.ll.), Fél. Ep. 189 .fri tabhairt comne do, Mon. Tall.
156.32 (§ 71) .saigid fir gráidh fri comnai (chuimne, cummi,
v.ll.)`for the sake of communion', Ériu ii 208 § 32 .arole
senntond dicōid do c[h]omnai, ZCP vi 259.1 .ar daigh
cumna [┐] sacarbaici, Grail 874 v.l. éc fri commain ┐
70aithrige, Ann. Inisf. 1062.2 .can chommaind (:dodaiṅg)
(a death), LL 4258 .rochaith comaind ┐ sacarbaigg do láim
. . . Erc, Ériu iv 160.22 .comaind in Coimded`communion',
MR 232.22 .áoinní da mbenann d'oifficc na marbh nó an
chomuinn=Communion, RSClára 80b .gnath leo aifrionn
75┐ comaoineacha do beith aca, Rule of Tall. 9 .tiagaid . . . do
chomáoinechuibh=shall communicate, RSClára 97a .
comaoineacha do ghlacadh, Parrth. Anma 610 .Dardaoin
na ccomaoineach Holy Thursday, 3571 .
Perh. in secular sense in:i commuin (commun, comain,
80 v.ll.) fáth`into the communion of sciences', RC xxvi 26 § 101
( LL 24514 - 5 ). ?i comanaib tratha, O'C. 788 ( H. 3. 18,
368a ) =comardaib, Laws i 102.25 . Pejoratively:inde fir
comna cuil cuige cirt .i. . . . coirpdire . . . ar in fer dorinne
in comna cu[i]l sin, O'D. 773 ( H. 3. 17,555 ) `guilty compact(?)',
85Plummer MS. notes.Cf. i focus comna gaite, O'Dav. 900 .
? Euphemistically of sexual union:sacart ic denam comna /
ic baisded, bec a tarba`practising coition', Fél. 228.32 =
saccart occ dēnum comna / a bhaistedh becc a thorba, Bruss.
5100,91b cited Meyer Contribb. 447 `keeping company'.o
tri tondaib .i. tond fhola ┐ tond comna ┐ tond sceathraigi,
5cited Auraic. Gl. s.v. comna .tonn fola ┐ tonn sgeithi ┐
tonn comna, O'C. 307 ( H. 3. 18,169 ) = 2100 (H 4.22, 75a)
`illusio nocturna(?)', Plummer MS. notes. ?cach ferda .i.
gach ball ferda ┐ cach comna ferda . . . cach comna banda
`condition', Auraic. 1463 - 5 =cuma, 4566 - 8 .

10 commanach n(manach):diambe . . . nech a comgnim ┐ dia
commanchaibh a comlaithriu fellowtenant(monk?), O'C.
483 ( H. 3. 18,251 ).

commanchad n(commanach):c. ¤ .i. comaitecht .i. o chulc .i.
commainche .i. dondi as monachus jointservice(?),monk-(?),
15hood O'C. 835 ( H. 3. 18,382a ).

commandar n(Engl. loanword):árd chommandair` commander
in chief ', Rel. Celt. ii 176.15 .caisslēn . . . ag a ffuil com-
manndar . . . ┐ uachtarānacht ar in mbaili uile` command ',
Fl. Earls 74.17 .

20 commann n o,n.(Lat.commentum)cumann comann m., IGT
Decl. § 11 (54.15) . Somet.-n(cf. comman).roboi commant
n-etarru du denam uilc frimmaccu Israhelgl.ex professo,
Ml. 78b11 .huan chommund .i. ho chomlugugl.coniuratione,
44d30 .in n-a ngrinnib ┐ inn-a comnib (coimnib,v.l.) . . .
25cenglaither cech comondgl.ligantur fascibus, Lib. Hymn.
i 72 gl. 43 . Usu. alliance,pact,union,friendship(in some
exx. pejoratively);company,band; laterlove,affection:
tethsat commond`shall violate friendship', FM ii 786.14 .
olcc ar comand, Anecd. iii 8.17 .mallach[t] a chommaind
30. . . ┐ a chardessa fair, Táin 1875 .'na commond commeít
chethruir`a fellowship of equal size', Met. Dinds. iii 80.42 .
eochair cumainn cuidbde, ZCP vi 270 § 9 .comann fri rig
Daire, MR 40.18 .tair ale co n[d]ernom comann`be friends',
Buile S. 100.14 .eagal mo char as a chumann`society',
35 Studies 1919, 75 § 22 .ó da ṡín cúpla ar [c]comuind`since
he strained the couplings of our union
', Ériu iv 220.20 .
Íobhal . . . / i gcumann is críosduidhe were friends, Aithd. D.
94.2 ní fhuil cuid ina cumann agud annsa minisdrálachd,
Acts viii 21 .comund na cruinne / gidh blaith a thorudh,
40 IGT Metr. Faults§ 63 .ar tí cumainn chairte chartered pact,
Dán Dé xxi 24 .cumann cúan`keeping company with wolves',
Buile S. 120.23 .cumann an tsionnaigh(prov.), DDána 4.6 ,
see Dánta Gr. 81 .ré cumann na naomh communion of saints,
Aisl. Tund. 115 § 4 .trefocal . . . cen chombach(common,
45comman nó [comm]ach,v.ll.), Arch. iii 293.3 =cen comman
`plagiarism', Auraic. 1929 .in cumann daith`the active . . .
band
', Met. Dinds. iv 190.6 .nī thargat do thrut frim
choimniu (:coimdiu)`against my communities', Ériu vi
122 § 8 .in comunn féta firmaith(of the 12 apostles of
50Ireland), BNnÉ 96.22 .óglach ar chomund as lovable as a
youth
, Acall. 2569 .a fhir an chomainn bhréige, Measgra D.
24.2 .cumann cleithe`furtive love', Ériu i 20.74 .cumann
mímhéine eatorra an illicit connexion(Derbforgaill and
Diarmait MacM.), Keat. iii 4977 . Attrib.g s.:ag marbadh
55na nGall cumainn`the Vikings their allies', Ériu xvii 24 § 33 .
fer cumaind`companion', IGT Decl. 1386 .no gniad druid-
echta ┐ certa commain, LU 9007 ( FB 75 ) (in cerd comaind,
Laws v 108.29 Comm. =cumainn, O'Dav. 456 ).mo cheile
comain-si, ZCP vi 273.z .bean chumainn=compañera,
60 Desid. 1200 .re laoidh chumainn a love-song, Keat. ii 2561 .
soraidh dár mnaoi chumainne lady-love, Dánta Gr. 81.14 .
In tribal name:Laeches, Commaind, Failgi . . ., Ériu
vi 121 § 5 (see Hog. Onom.).

commar n o(see Ped. i 118 ) confluence(of rivers,etc.),
65 assembly,meeting-place: comrecat 'con ch. ¤ `at the Confluence',
Met. Dinds. iii 34.15 .commur mór, Fél. 208.32 .go roib
comor gan cobha .i. co roibh eas abha gan ciaigh, ZCP xii
361.2 (B. na f.) =commor, Arch. iii 310 § 4 .commor
immar Milidach, ZCP xxiv 142 § 51 .i commur (srotha N.
70v.l.) srotha Tibir, CCath. 756 . ?rogabsat comur and
(sic leg.) (of Aeneas sailing between Scylla and Charybdis),
Aen. 139 . Ascription doubtful in:imain fo cumar cuan,
Laws v 138.12 .i. in commor taithit cuana, 19 Comm.
and:Ard C. ba comar cuan, BB 272a7 `meeting place of hosts',
75 BR 90.6 =fa chomair chuan`for the use of troops', BR²
646 (seecomar). Note further:comur n-gāire rochūala
`a confluence of cries', Aisl. MC 7.32 . ?aititiud cae gacha
comuir uirfine ar a griun fadéisin, O'D. 750 ( H. 3. 17,542 ).
?i gcomraibh cnoc`in the valleys between the hills,' Butler
80Poems 788 .Fig. ar commor moradbal(of Colum C.), LU
1189 ( ZCP viii 287.6 ).a commur gaíse`from a confluence
of wisdom
', RC xxvi 17.21 .i. asin baile a tá comimmad na
gaíse, LL 24309 .commur flatha firinni a meeting with the true
prince
(in poem on Cainnech), RC xx 148.3 (ACC). Of
85parts of the body:com[m]ar srón, Met. Gl. Ff. 40 .dar
commur a chraes ┐ a bráget where gullet and throat met,
LL 12635 . ?rosiacht coll do chombár and(in elegy), LU
6034 =do com bar, TBC² 1566 . In nn. loc.cath Commair,
Met. Dinds. ii 48.28 .Raith Chommair, Cog. 230.23 . See
Hog. Onom.(Comar)? In n. pr.Combor Mongfind
5banchōem de Alpa, Celtica iii 182.3 (Cobor,v.l.).
? Compd.oncomraind comorgruganaigh comordidanaigh
caradgrecanaigh, IT iii 98.22 .
Seecompar.