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comrann n(rann,cf. con-ranna). Alsocob-.comruinn, IGT
85Verbs § 83 .Cf. in fíne thic dia cumaroind do reir cirt`to make partition of it', gl.o cirt cobrainne, Laws iv 46.16 Comm. Cf. roinn ┐ comhroinn .c. do rinn(i.e.are per-
missible as a debide-rhyme)ó tá comhruinn ann, Bard.
Synt. Tr. 37.25 (see p. 186). ?a s. cobrainne(sic leg.), Laws
ii 176.22 .
(a)act ofsharing,dividing;share,part,portion :im fabra
mil moir do chobraind, Laws i 124.8 =chomroind. O'D.
5 499 ( H. 3. 17,402d ).o cirt cobrainne`by just partition',
Laws iv 44.8 .fis a comrainne(i.e.of stolen property), i
56.15 Comm. do comrainn na bairci(a wreck), 128.14
Comm. 204.24 Comm. ord cobhruinne`order of division',
O'Dav. 1309 .eochair cirte comrainn, ZCP vi 270 § 10 .
10 comraind . . . díb some of them, Táin 3130 .adbar comrainne
nad cert, RC xvii 145.8 (Tig.).céin bās aca comroind
while they were cutting it up(of pig), Sc. M² 23 .do dálaib
na comrainne in the division(of quarry after a hunt), LL
1774 .mog (= mod) chomroindi co gerr nō co fata a
15classification
(of letters), ZCP xii 294.15 .ag comhrainn
chreach, Magauran 1086 .atá in ruibér . . . ier na chomhroinn
the river is divided(into 12 streams), Fl. Earls 30.13 . Of
territoryetc.:noco damthadar comraind / do T.D.D.,
Corp. Gen. 119.6 .co cobrannaib gall demarcated by pillar-
20stones
(?). Corm. Y 683 .an ttiúbhraissi comhroinn leithe
Mumhan damhsa? Cog. 214.13 .Cf. benn dimor i comhroinn
a dhá su[i]l juncture, Marco P. 162 . Of food:i n-am comh-
ronna`at meal-time', Aithd. D. 75.12 .sonus Dé do-roighne
in roinn / gu mbé a Choimdhe ar mo chomhroinn my portion,
25 IGT Decl. ex. 1183 (see Éigse vi 73 ).cūmhgach id
chomhrann, Measgra D. 19.34 .
With prepp.ní dlig comraind curadmír / . . . fri C.C.
to share with, LU 8885 ( FB 68 ).do comhroind críche etir
Laighniu ┐ Hú Néill, RC xxvii 290 § 51 .do dherbadh . . .
30chomhronda an chiosa sin eter na comharbaibh, BNnÉ
257 § 217 .C. sin comrand`in the same stanza' (in the same
way ? into the bargain ?
), Gorm. Sept. 4 .ar comhroinn thoir
atá mé`I am lodged with others'. Studies 1919, 74 § 13 .
cen chobraind cain(chev.), LL 15659 .clanna C. . . . / cen
35nach comraind undivided, 367 marg. inf. Connacht(gen.)
cin comrainn the whole of C., Ann. Conn. 1315.5 . Attrib.
g s.:loighead na codach comhronna fil agad d'Ēirinn allotted
portion
, Ériu viii 135.2 .cuit comroindi, YBL 177a19 = BB
257b13 .ó mhnáibh comhranna í chealluigh waitresses,
40 IGT Decl. ex. 1150 . Seeclad,claide.
(b) partnership,pact,alliance :níptar cuibde comrainne
`agreed in partnership', Met. Dinds. iv 16.8 .do c[h]englatar
a comroind ┐ a sīdh, ML² 982 .cuid da ḟear dég o Domnall /
ar comraind Cland Conc[h]obair in return for a pact with,
45 IGT Metr. Faults§ 80 .lucht a comhronna fein`a force
of his own party
', AU ii 212.19 .a chomhrann cogaidh ally,
Hugh Roe² 214.23 .goma comhrann do S. ┐ do G.`were
mated
' (in fight), Leb. Gab. 84.9 .crūaid in chomraind
`hard encounter', Arch. Hib. ii 63 § 62 . Note also:o rubatur
50hisin cobrunn`when they were conversing', ZCP ii 315.24 .
?rocelsom ar cobrun (cobra,v.l.), iii 238.5 .
Seecuibrenn.

comrannad xseecon-ranna.

comrar n ā,f.Later withn s. comrairandcomrawith dent.
55infl. (see O'Rahilly, Celtica i 351 ).igcomhrainn , Ó Bruad.
ii 190.20 .comra f., IGT Decl. § 7 .comhrair f., § 13 (66.3) .
(a) box,etc.,chest,casket,shrine :c. ¤ gl.capsa, Sg. 36a8 .
92a1 (see note).comrara coimge cethre caich torith, ZCP
xi 93 § 27 =c. ¤ `Schrein', 81 § 18 ,cf. comrera, Ériu xvi
6065.49 .in chomrair co taisib Poil ┐ Petair, Trip.² 296 .
co naccai comraid craind, LL 36500 .carpat Catháir, c. ¤
(comrav.l.) sét, Met. Dinds. ii 82.29 .cómra craind . . . .i.
cómra na crochi coimdeta, LB 159a60 .Colmán Comhruire
(-aire,v.l.)`of the Casket', Gorm. Sept. 25 n.5 .a cur a
65comraigh leis féin(a document), O'Gr. Cat. 265.19 .c. ¤
thaisceda sét somainech shrine for safe keeping, LB 208a54 .
See2 taiscid.badh comhraire coimhēda seanchais É.(of
churchesetc.), Celtica i 91.105 .Fig. acomhra(i)r derg oir
(of Mary), Blathm. 164 .hi comrair gáise in the safe keeping
70of wisdom
, ZCP xi 80.19 .bása ch. ¤ cacha runi, LU 9335 .
c. ¤ dana, LL 24389 ( RC xxvi 52 ).comhrair bethadh, Ériu
xiii 37.26 .comhrair ┐ cisde coimheda eccna repository of
wisdom
(of dead abbot), FM v 1272.16 .
Seecobrad.
75(b)In contexts relating todeathandburial, later
explicitlycoffin :ata c. ¤ cloche imbi(of buried warrior), LU
10991 .rocomecrad . . . comrair don mac . . . don fhid(a
funeral pyre), TTebe 2209 .im-medon na c. ¤ `coffins', CCath.
894 .comrair luadi(n s.), PH 1276 .do . . . comraid in
80erlama, Laws v 472.2 Comm. ar gcreach . . . do thuill / . . . i
gcomhraidh chumhuing, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 142.108 .nochun
ḟuil crann acht do chomhrair all timber (is bare) save that of
coffins
, IGT Decl. ex. 628 .fada liom é a ccomhraidh
dhuinn`in a dark coffin', KMMisc. 356.19 .comhra, cisde
85na marbh, Eg. Gl. 116 .

comras adj=combras:in chlí c. ¤ cond credail sturdy, Thes. ii
295.3 .comrassa vigorous(of horses), LU 10813 .co . . . /
cornaib cruachaib comrasaib, LL 35934 .