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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.

commarbad n(marbad)act of (mutually, equally)killing,
10 slaughtering: for c. ¤ ┐ comdith, BB 432b31 .a c. ¤ fein`killing
themselves
', CCath. 2828 .do commarbadh a chele, TBC
p. 541 n. 1 .ag fōbairt chomhmarptha a chēile, Fl. Earls
124.7 .gan comhmharbhadh do thabhairt orra, Keat. iii 3234 .

commart: n fobith bes sris it rogart no c. ¤ an ag dia laile, Laws
15 iv 102.9 (text printed as Comm.), `whole passage is corrupt',
Plummer MS. notes.

commarthaine: n cin co derna comoighe no comhmartaine riu,
Laws iv 252.21 Comm. `permanent relation with them',
Ériu ix 38 (readingcommarthainorcommarthanaige).

20 commedugad n(medaigid):c. ¤ =commensurabilitas, RSláinte
199 (-ē-, Ed.,cf. commétugad).

comméit n(méit) equal,proportionate size,amount,quantity :
comméd .i. comma a méd ┐ indī dianda coimmēid, Corm. Y
269 .is comméitt no is cutruma dlegur don aire, Laws iv
2568.16 Comm. iar comet ┐ iar comhlaiget, BB 277a29 `be it
great or be it little
', BR 184.6 .an coimméd cedna dhó, CS
288.3 . With gen.:isin gréin . . . / sé commet dec in talman,
SR 300 .dorat a thri ch. ¤ im E. subjected E. to three times
as much
, LU 8248 ( FB 19 ).dotéirged indala n-ai immach
30commeit chori cholbthaigi(an eye), 3262 ( SC 5 ) (adjectival?
See below).inis a comeíd, BB 40a27 .gan coimmēid
n-aonordlaig / d' esbaid, ZCP viii 211.21 . With art. and
follg.DI:laisin comeit sin do re, Laws i 236.16 Comm.
in coimeid sin do ulc do denum, BB 437b39 . Note also:
35 comet a rucad d'almaib as many herds as were carried off,
Ann. Conn. 1307.10 .
Asadj.:do chloind chomadais ch. ¤ ample, Met. Dinds.
iv 188.28 .comméitt cadhais iatt aráon, BNnÉ 256.11 .
lochaid . . . comet sinchu(witha p.like equat.)as large as
40foxes
, ZCP xxx 132.13 . =medithir sinnchu, Alex. 749 .
iatlanna móra coméit columnai, 740 .coimeid re colpaigh
mbliadna(of salmon), KMMisc. 314.21 .Adv. ba coimméd
ra marbdaois(sic leg.)were alike slain(clerics and laymen),
TFrag. 208.7 . Inflected forms in adjectival use (cf.
45 comméite):in corthe már . . . comméte fris fessin, LU 5750 .
roptar cutrumma comméti(of flocks of Ailell and Medb),
Táin 70 .ni hairchend combat commeti ule cuirp na esergi
will all be the same size, LU 2547 .do ronsat . . . trí catha . . .
coimméide dhíobh, TFrag. 206.6 .

50 comméite x=comméit: comméteMaige M., LU 6105 .

comméitius x=comméit:ni [i] commétius a chuirp, LU 2546
`not equal in bulk to His body', RC xxv 238.7 .

commendatór n(Romance loanword):sagart . . . ro buī i n-a
ierla ┐ i n-a ch. ¤ uassin egluiss` director ', Fl. Earls 176.10 .

55 commer adj(mer):do tṡluag is chalma c. ¤ veryfurious , Acall. 5169 .

commesc xseecummasc etc.

commesrugud n(mesrugud)act ofmeasuring together,equally,
comparing :commesrugud coda dōib, Corm. Y 330 .commes-
rugudh foladh`an adjustment of goods', Laws iii 4.2 Comm.
60 masa comesrucadh do díbh cnedhaibh, O'C. 664 ( H. 3. 18,
326 ).

? commetad: ind co c. ¤ nó co n-anoradgl.co forcanad, Trip.² 216 .

commétugad vn.formation fromcomméit:cen coimmédugh-
adh fiach fri a rér cáich balancing debts, O'D. 129 ( H. 3. 17,
65 107 ). Seecommedugad.

commíl n(2 míl) fellow-soldier :do-r-iusaig a coimmilidiu,
ZCP xxx 138.29 (Alex.).dar cenn a carat ┐ a coimmiled,
CCath. 5857 .imm a chommiledaib=circa commilitones
suos, Lat. Lives 88.1 ( RC ii 388.4 ).

70 commilled n(milliud):cen cnam ┐ cen c. ¤ `wasting and ravaging',
Ann. Conn. 1315.3 .

commiscais n(miscais) common, equaldislike,hatred :as becc
nach coimhmisccais leo sinn uili 'nar Romanchaib, CCath.
5105 .c. ¤ ┐ míduthracht, BB 435b36 .

75 commlith n(d s.) (mleith, see Thurn. Gramm. 450 ):hi combuch
no hí c[o]mmlithgl.in frictorio confracta sunt, Ml. 118b3 .
Seecommailt,comblethad.

commoichéirge n(moichéirge, seemochcpds.):dorignetar c. ¤ ┐
in chaomgrian they rose early with the sun, Caithr. Thoirdh.
80 70.18 .

commolad n(molad)act ofcommending,praisingtogether:
ro gab . . . for a commoladh uili, CCath. 2811 .ac commoladh
in Coimdedh, BNnÉ 63.6 .Cf. con-molathar.

commór adj(mór) equally, verygreat :do tri cathaib comra
85(comhmóra,v.l.), Cog. 66.12 .ina sciathaib coema commora,
TTebe 2174 .cetra colamna . . . comora, St. Ercuil 1377 .
Adv.:is com-mor is diles iatt to the same extent, Laws v
298.14 Comm. is commor do marbad ┐ do baided iad,
Ann. Conn. 1342.8 .Subst. commōr do-beirmiss`equal
amount
', Ériu xix 78 § 5 .