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85 compairche n(pairche,fairche) `a church under the tutelage of
the same patron saint or founder
', Plummer MS. notes.
comfairche cell .i. lucht na fairche co coitchend community
of churches
(?), Brussels 5100,88b cited Meyer Contribb. 440 .
In Laws Comm. appar. of a particular kind of church:trian
do c. ¤ `a "c." church', Laws iii 66.4 .o annoit co compáirche, 2 .
5 do clemhnaib ┐ do compairci, v 312.13 (see note) ` fellow-
parishioners?'Plummer.a fine mathar . . . ┐ a compaircidh,
O'C. 2500 ( Eg. 88,40 (41)d ). ?Cf. fine mathar . . . a compatri,
460 ( H. 3. 18,244a ).do cleamnus ┐ do compaitre ┐ d'ailtrindus,
O'Don. 592 ( H. 3. 17,448 ).

10 compáirt n(pairt) compact,participation,sharing :dogabatar
cách in c. ¤ sin, Caithr. Thoirdh. 19.23 .cumann ┐ comhpháirt
na naomh, Mac Aingil 5666 . ?cómh-pháirt gan ghruaim
┐ greann, Oss. vi 24.16 .

compáis n(páis,cf.Lat.compassio) compassion :croidheachaire
15┐ comhpáis, Parrth. Anma 3652 .ar ngabail truaige ┐
compaisi do boctaine . . . Crisd, ZCP iii 524.10 .galar
comhpáise compassionate illness, TSh. 8175 .

compaitre xsees. compairche.

compall n constellation :gheibhthear . . . dhá constellatio .i.
20dhá ch. ¤ do réaltaibh, Corp. Astron. 162.z .Cf. complacht.

? compan: n ata topur isin c. ¤ o lecht Cethen fo tuaidh, BB
350a28 `there is a well in the `Compan' (slope) to the north
of L. C.
', Petrie Tara 139 .

compán n o(appar. based on Engl. or Rom. See also Ir. Gl.
25 378 n. From ANcompaing, Risk § 80 , § 131 , see also § 199 ).c. ¤ cumpán m., IGT Decl. § 35 . companion,
associate,friend :urra cobhurtha a compáin, DDána 7.33 .
deadhuil chaingne na ccumpán, Studies 1921, 588 § 3 .tar
éis mo chompáin chridhe, Dánta Gr. 52.12 .mo chara, mo
chompána, O'R. Poems 2858 `appar.nom.sg.' Gloss.má
30chumpána príosúin=concaptivos, Rom. xvi 7 .

compánach n o=compán.c. ¤ cumpánach m., IGT Decl. § 17 .
hic socer companach, Ir. Gl. 378 .foghlaidh cruidh mo
chumpánaigh, O'R. Poems 268 .gan cuidiughudh carat na
companach unaided by any friend or ally, St. Ercuil 1562 .
35 a chompánuigh charthanaigh, Phil. iv 3 .dom compana-
chaib cristaighi my fellow-Christians, Laud 610,23b
(Plummer MS. notes).do fhis a compánaigh díthreabaig
his comrade the hermit, Maund. 128 .c. ¤ mucada, SG 62.25 .
Note also:i farrad fhir compánaig dam, Lism.L. xxi n.1 .
40 companach sithe, L.Chl. Suibhne 3 .

compánacht n(compán) companionship,friendship :mairg dona
crīstaidhibh / nāch comhuill c. ¤ , ZCP viii 208.18 .mar chol
don ch. ¤ `friendship', Aithd. D. 48.1 .

compánta adj(compán):a bhen croidhe companta companionable ,
45 Ériu viii 81.6 .

compántas n(compán) companionship : hec associaciocompantus,
Ir. Gl. 892 .ar in ccompantas fil edrainn ar oen, TBC
2220 .a ccompántus ┐ a ccumann ré chéili, Mac Aingil
5698 .

50 compar n o(O. Fr.coffre? Stokes CCath. Gloss. Perh. modi-
fication ofcommar). Precise meaning unclear, ` chest,body,
trunk,midst ', Dinn. bodurfuamann compur na triath`the
confused sounds of the breasts of the chiefs
', CCath. 5940 .
aidbli ┐ truimi a ttennta / an airbri, rosclaid a ccompra,
55 Leb. Gab. 104.14 . ?dobí a agaid lán da fhuil / 'sa dhruimm
re cairthe in chumpuir, Eg. 1782,49a1 cited Meyer Contribb.
565 (see compd. below).?iomdha deaghfhóir dfhuil
Mhilidh / in ch. ¤ do choimhdhírigh, Éigse iv 204.46 . Freq.
withg s.of or in phr. with nouns beginning with c-: artus
60.i. compur in chleib, Gild. Lor. 71 .i c. ¤ cléib an fir right into
the breast of the man
, Acall. 1812 .dar compur a chléibh, LL
8437 (TBC).hi fforfholamh a chleibh ┐ a c[h]ompair, FM v
1716.5 .tri choimpir a chraóis`through the body of his gullet',
RC xxix 142.10 .sgoltadh compair a chroidhe`the bursting
65of His breast
', Aithd. D. 78.24 .tre ch. ¤ . . . a cuirp, MR 286.3 .
i compraib a chele, Celt. Rev. vii 214.28 (compur, TTebe
402 ).ic reidiugad reme-siun / chompair cacha cath-laithrech
`obstructions', MR 184.15 .
Compd.síol na gConn gcomparchairthe, DDána 89.24
70`a bhfuil a n-uchta mar chlocha(?)', Gloss. (see Eg. 1782 49a1
cited above).

comparit n(Lat.comparatio). Thurn. Gramm. 226 , 569 . In
later lang.comp(a)ráit. (a) Gramm. comparative degree :
ní derscaigi in c. ¤ di hilib a cheneiuil fessingl.comparationem,
75 Sg. 40a6 .8 .c. ¤ gl.comparatiuum, 41a6 .di c. ¤ gl.in com-
paratiuis, 43a6 .sech positi na conparite (leg.com-) oa
mbiatgl.comparatiua, 45a8 .isincomparait , 39a29 .
comparaitigl.comparationes, 26 .ainmcomparaiti `the name
of comparative
', Auraic. 693 .
80(b) comparison; act ofcomparing: comparáidgl.collacio,
comparatio, Ir. Gl. 896 , 875 .gan comparāid incomparable ,
Mac Aingil 160 .'na ccompráitt in comparison with them,
Ms. Mat. 567.16 .cum a ndéntur na coimplex ele do
compraid=ad quam complexiones ali comparentur, ZCP
85 xviii 262.36 .ni heslainti hi an tan sin aca compraid cum a
crichi=vient bonne fin(of therapeutic intoxication),
O'Gr. Cat. 216.33 .a ccomparāid ris comparable to him,
Desid. 5773 .a comprāit sin d'onōir, Fl. Earls 188.27 .
compráid=respectus, Celtica viii 203 .mar chompráid, nó
mar stoc maguig figure of fun, Párl. na mB. 306 .