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85 comṡlán adj(slán)quitesound,well , but not always distinct
fromcomlán: ?comlan adilcae, Thes. ii 236.15 `heil', note
(reading-[ṡ]lán).comslán cach cunnrad amuil do ronad
well secured(?), O'D. 627 ( H. 3. 18,467 ).gin gur chomshlán
`perfect' (of wounded warrior), Celtica ii 171 § 55 . In
follg. best sense given by readingcomlán:gu madh ri C. gu
5comhshlan`full king of C.', Hy Maine 138.1 .niptar comslána
na D (= 500) leo(of a fighting force), CCath. 2686 .comslana
cen ní d'esbaid dib, Fél. 230.1 gl.dá chét sescat sláne,
Oct. 30 .Compar. cineadh bus comhslaine na bar cíneadhsi,
BB 40a28 .Subst. anloisne cach comslán, ZCP xvii 64 § 45 .

10 comṡlánaigid xseecomlánaigid.

comṡlechta n(slicht?):etir comṡlectaib na cethri sen find fichet
firian, glossed:etir comlechtaib .i. etir comthinóltaib
` groups ', Lib. Hymn. 184.12 .coimslechta fine .i. comlogh
bidh do damaib isin fine no na cuic tslechta fichet, O'C.
15 2246 ( Eg. 88,18(19)a ).cuimslechta .i. comslointe, D. Mac
Firbisigh cited O'Don. Suppl. Cf. cuimlecht?

comṡlemun adj(slemun)equally (very)smooth: secht ṅgerrcho-
chaill cíara comshlemna imbi, MU² 626 .ola chom[sh]lemuin
cumascda, TTebe 2560 .dona cairrgibh coimhshleamhna,
20 ML 30.26 .

comṡloinnid v(slondaid):cuisle gach cuirp . . . / ón gcorp
comhshlointear (sic leg.) choidhche`is named always from
the body
', Ériu xix 102 § 21 .

comṡloinntech n(comṡlonnad):carait ┐ . . . comṡloinntigh
25` kinsmen ', CCath. 6030 .

comṡlonnad n(slondud) common (sur)name; commonstock,
relative: a chomhainm . . . ┐ a chomṡlonnadh`surname',
MR 96.5 .cen nach cēille comslonnud without any claim to
(reputation for) good sense(?)
, ZCP vi 267 § 9 .a cairde ┐ a
30cho[m]sloint(h)e relatives , Laws ii 380.14 .i. fialusa, 22
Comm. fine comsloinnte .i. comfialusa, O'D. 549 ( H. 3. 17,
437 ).bá lethan a comṡlonnadh`extensive was his kindred',
TFrag. 62.10 .

comṡlucud v(slucud):an cathuir do comslucad a fodomain an
35talman would be swallowed up, Grail 248 .

comsmacht n(smacht):ro cummaid comsmachtai foraib they
were given strict orders
(?) (of armies), Alex. 184 .

comsnáid ind(snáth?):cuairt crichid, cobsaid, c. ¤ (:ṁblaith),
SR 962 .

40 comṡnaidm xseecomnaidm.

comṡnaidmid v(snaidmid):tait limsa . . . co comsnaidmmer
uar comand ┐ . . . uar caridrad that I may bind firmly, TTebe
438 .
Vn. comṡnaidm, seecomnaidm.

45 comṡnám n(snám)act offloating,swimming (in competition):
sechnón in mara for comsnam friu(i.e.with salmon), LU
3089 .tonna an chalaidh ar comhshnámh, DDána 113.23 .

comṡnoidid v(snaidid):do chomhṡnoidh cruaidh a chroidhe /
tromghoin an uain ainglidhe broke the hardness of his heart
50(of St. Peter), DDána 20.44 .

comṡochraid adj(sochraid):o Chenannus comhsochraidh (-chrach,
v.l.) verybeautiful , BNnÉ 204 § 49 .

comṡochraite n(sochraite):comṡochraiti na huli Asia, LL
32576 `equalarmy ', TTr. 1778 .

55 comṡód n(soud)act ofchanging,converting;conversion :ni
dó rocinn Dia a comhshódh(of Palladius and the Irish),
Lism. L. 232 .a comshod co Dia, PH 3346 .rath comshóthi,
7917 .intí . . . dogní na comṡót[h]i . . . sin, LB 257a37 .
comsoid cathimairecc itir da Ua C. exchange of battle, AU
60 i 246.5 .

? comsofis n(cf. sous):atāt dono dāfodail forfāilte ōniumpaither
inc. ¤ , Anecd. v 25.2 .toruma inraith docum in c. ¤ , 10 .

comṡoillse n(soillse):comsoillse fri etrochta rétland brightness
like that of the stars
, LU 2095 ( FA 16 ).réulta nimhe, ┐ a
65ccomhṡoillsi= constellations , Is. xiii 10 . Eg. Gl. 375 .

comṡoillsigid v(comṡoillse) illuminates,brightens :[ro] com-
soillsig . . . in cuan, CCath. 2751 .in locharnn loinnerdai
ro inṡorchaig (.i. ro comsollsig) iarthar mbetha, Arch. iii
8.6 (cf. Trip.² 74 ).ro inorchaigset (.i. ro comsoillsigset)
70a cuicc meoir in mag, 22 § 56 ( 1447 ).
Vn. comṡoillsiugad.

comṡoillsiugad vn.ofcomṡoillsigid:do chomsoillsiugadh na
cetharairdi, MR 112.12 .

comṡóinmige n(sóinmige):duchuingid comsóinmige fris`like
75 prosperity ', Ml. 56c15 .

comṡolam n(solam):dá chomsolam two equallynimble ones
(Cú Chulainn and Fer Báeth), LU 6013 (TBC).

comṡólás n(sólás) consolation : gl.consolacio, Ir. Gl. 884 .no go
nderna sibh comhsolas linne`console us', BNnÉ 59.13 .
80 in ar companachaib comhsolais=socii . . . solacionum,
BBC 19 .an comhshólás thug Críost dona mnáibh,
Eochairsg. 83.23 .

comṡólásugad n(sólásaigid):comhṡōlásughadh spioradalta=
spiritualconsolation , RSClára 147b .

85 comsolbthi x=comḟolbthaige:c. ¤ don athair, YBL 167a9 .

comṡolus adj(solus)equally, verybright :combo chomsolus
lá ┐ adaig inti, LU 8056 ( FB 2 ).crích cruth-glan comṡoloss,
Met. Dinds. iv 16.4 .indus corub comsolus doib . . . flaithess
Dé ┐ ifren equallyvisible , BCC 238 . ? Assubst.c. ¤ etir a
failghibh / is a folt equal brightness, Bruchst. 35 ( IT iii
588 § 107 ).