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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 .

5 comparitit adj(comparit):in c. ¤ (recte chomparitith, edd.) gl.
comparatiue, Sg. 44a4 .

compás n m.(Engl. loanword) compass,circumference,circle;
extent: ar cuma leth-compáis in a semi-circle, Maund. 69 .
do reir spere no compais comcruind, ZCP vi 59.3 .ar a'
10ttaobh astig do ch. ¤ t'umhlaoidheachta (chúmpáis,v.l.)
within the scope of, Párl. na mB. 947 .faoi ch. ¤ radhairc
gach duine within sight, Corp. Astron. 164.11 .messait . . . a
fhod . . . fri compāss in tige`in comparison with', Fl. Earls
128.17 .Of thenavigational instrument: puínntidhe an
15chompáis, Párl. na mB. 190 .snáthad an chompáis, Mac
Aingil 792 .Ofmason's instrument: hoc equicium.i. c. ¤ no
raing antshair, Ir. Gl. 1137 (seeraing). hoc equilibrium.i.
compas, 1138 . Note also:an c. ¤ nár chúrsáil tar chiomhsaibh
(of a wise leader), Ó Bruad. ii 178 viii .

20 compásach adj(compás):deich gcolamain chasta chompāssacha
circular , Fl. Earls 216.18 .

compennid v(pennaid):c. ¤ fris`does the like penance', Ériu vii
146.z .

compersa n(persa)person ofequal rank :di chompersain,
25 Ériu vii 158.29 .itir da compersain, O'Don. 1641 (H.
5.15, 19a).

compersanna x=compersa:compersainna, Laws i 212.27
Comm.compersanna ca(leg. cach, Plummer MS notes)
celi eclasdacda co eclasdacta, O'Don. 1576 ( H. 5. 15,6c ) =
30 1641 (19a) = O'C. 528 ( H. 3.18,264a ).

compert ā,f. vn.ofcon-beir. (a)Appar. some kind oflegal
judgmentordecision, but precise meaning unclear: comperta mbroga`criteria of land', Ériu xxii 83.5 c. ¤ .i.
combreith [ut est] itir diablad creich [creth F.] comperta,
O'Dav. 351 .fear na coimperta aca rad nad indath cinaid,
35 O'C. 1389 ( H. 3. 18,630b ) `the man who pleads', O'Don. Suppl.
cia leth coimpert inarbtha brethe no airbert ae, O'C. 2271
( Eg. 88f.20 (21)b ) =cia leth coimperta indarbthar
breithemnas etc., 1608 ( 23 Q 6,5a ).c. ¤ .i. fairsing,ut est:
tuca dochridhe c. ¤ , Ériu xiii 77 § 217 .cain bearar fiachu
40cairdi i coimpeartaib cathaglossedcomairbeartnughadh,
O'C. 1906 ( 23 P 3,21c ) =caoin beradh fiach cairdi coimperta
catha na tobaing egen na forbflathus, na anfis, 2257 ( Eg.
88,19(20a ).fearr ni cearchaill comraici comaide, co feisir
coimperta comlaithre co nach tairce difolta dait, 1889
45( 23 P 3,22b ).fir . . . comperta naime`the test . . . of the
holy draught
', Laws v 470.35 =combruithe noebe .i. is o
Dia in combruith hisin .i. cairi fír;vel sic in aliis libris,
compertae noebu,etc., 456 note 1 =fir combruithe noebe,
H. 3.18,391b10 (Plummer MS notes compares the `water of
50bitterness
', Num. v 11 - 31 ).do coimpertuibh-breat[h]
Fíthil ann so, Ériu xiii 30.21 .coimperta Fiothla breth
bunadh fíor fasach, 22 .
(b) conception, act ofbegetting,procreation (cf.Lat.
conceptio,conceptus):combart do sarre`that Sara would
55conceive
', Wb. 2c23 .adbar inna combartae cloinegl.
conceptús, Ml. 71c6 .toglúaset chombairt`they abort offspring',
Thes. ii 235.5 .do glan coimpirt agealuain, Blathm. 97 .
ilar comperta`sexual unions', BCrólige 57 .cis lir lanamna
. . . comperta do-cuisin la Feniu ?`Paare . . . der Zeugung
60(von Kindern)
', Stud. in E. Ir. Law 16 § 4 .airiadad
coimperta, BCrólige 38 .C. Iohain . . ., Fél. Sept. 24 .
combart cen peccad, IT i 133.4 .cethir do ch. ¤ (sic) dam,
LU 4248 .acht go léightear a gcoimpeart`if you read the
story of their conceptions
', Content. v 84 .a bhféil a coim-
65peirte, Parrth. Anma 3579 . Attrib.g s. amser chomperta,
LU 1656 .inbaid comperta, LL 14406 .uair choimperta,
MR 172.9 .Asgenreof stories (in saga-list): na cuimperto
.i. Coimpert Conchobair,etc. birth-tales , Anecd. ii 44.12 .
(c) In more concr. application offspring,produce,
70 child(ren): aurail coimperta i soaici`Zeugung (Kindern)',
Stud. in E. Ir. Law 26 § 7 .ni berat comperta for fine`they
put not their progeny upon the tribe
', Laws v 272.12 .ite
andso comperta mbroga fo a luibid`such then, are the
productions of land
', iv 278.31 Comm. a chlain[n]e is a
75chomperta, BColm. 12.26 .na ren in coimpert(viz.the
infant Brigit), Lism. L. 1185 . ?daig ní fhulṅgitis c. ¤ Duind
Cualnge accu, TBC 1532 `begetting', Táin p. 174 .coimpeirt
geoid goose's egg, MR 110.5 .guth na circe / ag commaoi-
dhamh a coimpeirte, Éigse i 118.13 .
80(d) semen virile : hoc sperma. coimpert , Ir. Gl. 847 .in
ch. ¤ . . . rolásaide . . . it maclocsu, LL 35686 .rothoit a
coimpert uadh, Fél. 134.37 . ambra sperma ceti.i. coimpert
an mhil mhóir, 23 K 42,349.3 .

compertnugad n(compert)act ofimpregnating :ar comperta
85corptha .i. coimpertnug[adh] a cuirp fri daine umdha,
O'C. 2239 ( Eg. 88,17(18)c ).