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caínid v(We.cwyn, Ped. i 125 ). IGT Verbs § 71 . (a) With
65personal object laments,bewails(death of), `keens ':coínti a
ndúnad n-ule Fraech, LU 5235 ( TBC² 758 ).con ro choiniur
crist, Blathm. 145 .caoiniostair cach a primghein(of slaying
of first-born of Egyptians), 79 .rochain a chommam, Trip.²
161 .[a]n frim, orsí, coro chainiur mocheile, RC viii 62.11
70( LL 13539 ).Fraech . . . is ed cháinmaid-ni, YBL 58b13 .
caínfitit túatha Érann`the tribes of the E. shall keen him',
Met. Dinds. iv 306.32 .Ferdub oc Trustin tóeb-glain / rocáinte
na caemṡaeglaig`their equal date was lamented', iii 76.134 .
mairg súile . . . na rochainsetar he(of suffering Christ), PH
75 3310 .níor chaoin a chlann(of Job), DDána 46.16 .trí meic
Tuireann — tearc nar chaoin, 64.27 .
(b) With other objects (sin, calamity,etc.) regrets,deplores,
weepsat:innaní choíntegl.deplorantium calamitates suas,
Ml. 29b4 .coínidgl.deplorat quod. . . , 30d4 .co nu coined
80gl.peccatum . . . deploraret, 32b13 .coineasgl.ista quae
deplorat, 102a23 (see Thurn. Gramm. 57 ).coindegl.deploran-
tium . . . adversa, 126d5 .cointer golgat gac duine, Blathm.
125 .coínis in lobra a galair, LU 10756 ( TE 12 ).cōinis a
himned pris complained of her trouble to him, Arch. iii 1.14 .
85 in cath i mBrí Cobthaig Cóil / cōintit ile, cóintit cóim, ZCP
xiii 375.1 .níor chaoin I-óib a othra, DDána 46.15 .
mo chlōine . . . / co roc[h]ōine mē, Arch. iii 232.14 (
Ériu vi 113 § 6 ).chaointear leis na naoidheanaibh(of original sin),
TSh. 2594 .
(c) Intrans. With prep.DO:follus . . . co cáined in doman
5do bás M.=ejusdem mortem lugeret, Lat. Lives 99.8 .i
torchair tricha cét caínid / do na trēnaib, LL 23606 , taken
as cheville `bewail them', Arch. Hib. ii 59 § 16 . Absol.:cóinmi
gl.ingemescimus, Wb. 4a23 .ro chaoinsiot . . . / dia bfesdaois
a deghduili, Blathm. 67 .cūinfider hūas Cúalgiu beinn /
10domnach etir dī calaind, ZCP xii 236 § 54 .dia na-cainedh
if she had screamed, Laws v 274. 15 Comm.
Vn. caíned.Vbl. of necess. caínti.

cainig xseecaingen.

caínmar adj(caín?):ben mǣthainech . . . chāinmar handsome
15(?), TBC² 2790 (caoinmar, TBC (C) 2323).

cainncer n o,m.(Lat. loanword),g s.also-crech. Alsocainser
(infl. of Engl ?) cancer :an nescoid re nabur cancer ullseratus,
Rosa Ang. 170 § 13 .an cancer, muna leighisthear fána
thosach é, Mac Aingil 732 .thēid a ccneadha a ccainsear
20orra, 4633 .elifancia ┐ caindser, RC xlix 4 § 1 .do leighios
in chainnsir sunna, O'Gr. Cat. 192.8 .fa hothra do chneith
chainnsēir, Arch. Hib. i 98 § vii .lúirioch Chríost . . . ar
chainnsior crécht dā gciorbhadh, Éigse i 162 § 1 .mo bhain-
[n]e aillse mo chainsear drólonn, Ériu xiii 145.3 . Astron.
25 pn theconstellation Cancer: rind caein-sholais Chaingcrech,
MR 114.2 . Perh. a different word in:uchān malart na
n-aimsi[o]r / lē ccu[i]rthe[a]r c[a]innsi[o]r cruin[n], Celtica
iv 108 § 1 and Gloss.

cainnel xseecaindel.

30 cainnenn n ā,f.Alsocainenn(in BCrólige, see below) garlic,
leek (s):ingnum .i. . . . in t-arbar nó in c. ¤ , O'Dav. 1138 .
munur facuib roid no c. ¤ , Laws v 500.29 Comm. fochaird
gortán di chainniu(restored aschaininn) `he sowed a little
field with leeks
', Blathm. 104 § 46 .trí indra cainninde, O'D.
35 1730 (H 2.16, 929) = O'Dav. 1074 .dobeir déra a súilibh an
fir an chaindenn, Hib. Min. 47.4 .daire forard fírlossa / do
chainnind, Aisl. MC 39.5 .meic cainninde caimme(in mock
pedigree), 33.18 .imglaice chainne co cennaib, Críth Gabl.
74 `a handful of leeks with their heads', Laws iv 303 . Used as
40condiment:ata[t] .iii. tarsuinn immidfodnad . . . cainenn
humus cumrai, BCrólige 49 .sercol tar(r)sain[n] la sodain—
duilesc, c. ¤ , salann, Críth Gabl. 150 . Freq. in composition
withfír(of a particular plant ?):fírchainnenn nó ṡaillte do
tharsunn pure garlic(?), Críth Gabl. 168 .mad fir-caindend
45. . . ceitri buindi ḟir-chainde cacha bairgine, Laws v 40.11 - 12 .
secht n-immaire do f[h]írchainnind, Aisl. MC 89.11 .fīr-
caindenn cumra, Ériu i 39 § 10 .mil ┐ fircainenn ┐ dirann
humusa(foods to be supplied for invalid), BCrólige 45 .
Also withglas:ceithri imglaici . . . ┐ a do do glascainnind,
50 ZCP xiv 356.10 ( Laws ii 254.10 ).

cainnled xseecaindled.

cainse xSeecuinnsiu.

cainnser xseecainncer.

cainnt n f.Appar.vn.ofcanaid, perh. influenced by Engl.
cant(see Celtica vii 188 ).f., IGT Decl. § 14 . Us. speech,
55 talk,conversation :caint . . . foruirmed caint meblae fair,
O'Mulc. 203 .a n-agaid chainti an chumhachtaigh sin(of
decree of Jove), TTebe 1076 .isi caint bai fair, Laud 610,
19d (cited Plummer MS notes).d'éiliughadh cainte an
chléirigh`to refute the cleric's word', Aithd. D. 53.14 .ann
60sgach cáint, Rel. Celt. ii 276.14 .caint ard do denum`to talk
loudly
', Rosa Ang. 230.6 .a bfhochair mhóráin . . . chainnte,
Desid. 2593 .le mórán do chaint bhlasda, Prov. vii 21 .creidte
gníomh roimh chaint is cairt, Keat. Poems 1326 .ionar
ngníomharthaibh ┐ ionar ccainntibh deeds and words, Párl.
65na mB. 1566 . As attrib.gen.:iomarbháidh chainnte verbal
contention
, Keat. ii 6284 .an tegh cainnte`the Speake-house',
RSClára 14a .comhradh báoth, ná cnáid chainte, Eph. v 4 .
Asvn. act ofspeaking :ag caint ris, Gen. xvii 22 .ag caint
ríu, xxix 9 .téd do chaint go cced na banabadh, RSClára
70 104a . Seecaíned.

cainntech adj o, ā(cainnt). Of persons talkative,loquacious :
lucht leanna ruaid . . . bid cainnteach, O'Gr. Cat. 216.13 .
cainnteach a gcomhól, Studies 1924, 241 § 3 .ceóltach,
ceólmar, cainteach(of nobles in a castle), Oss. v 136.12 .
75Other applications:deich cluicc cainntecha, cíchanacha
`clattering', ZCP vi 284.20 . ?Cf. nir chaisced (chás gan,v.l.)
c. ¤ a dheirc, BNnÉ 279.25 `satirist', Ed., seecáintech.Of the
sea in stormnoisy: ina h-anfadha meara . . . cainnteacha,
Celtica i 113.13 .tonnghail tuinne . . . cainntighi cuipghili,
80 CF² 413 .
Adv.:gur bhain an clog go cainteach, Content. p. 228 n.3 .
co c. ¤ , congairech, ZCP vi 285.1 .go nem-c[h]., ML² 952 .
Assubst. o,m., IGT Decl. § 22 .

cainntice xseecantaicc.

85 cáinseóirecht: n(cáinid, Lat.censor?):dulsaine .i. cáinedh no
cáinseoireacht act of reviling, Triads 39 § 142 . See Dinn.