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comthnúth n(tnúth)greatdesire,jealousy ,etc.:re c. ¤ a curad
`emulation', MR 190.21 .co T. chasda in chomthnuidh
`envious', Fen. 398.4 .co[m]thnud ┐ comchosnum iter a uib
`mutual jealousy', TTebe 583 .comhthnúth sluagh`equal
5envy
' (Gloss.), Hackett xlvi 15 .

comthnúthach adj(comthnúth):in cumdach comthnudach colach
sin`that invidious sinful ornament', TTebe 786 .confad
comtnuthach cosnumach, 3075 .

comthobach n(tobach)jointlevying :co nderna comtobach
10friu`that he assist them in distraining', Laws i 216.26 Comm.
cominnsaige re feichemuin ar bidbuidh ┐ comtobach air,
O'Don. 767 ( H. 3. 17,550 ).ag togra a chomhthabhaigh
`wants to be taken over', Aithd. D. 7.6 . ?ticfaid a fear . . . a
comthibach(sic) `her husband will bring a counter-claim',
15 Laws v 226.12 .

? comthobaigid v(comthobach):ní do chách [go gcomhthobh-
aigh]`that . . . it can exact anything from anyone', Aithd. D.
7.24 .

comthócbaid v(do-fócaib)jointlyraises,erects :daig is é ro
20chomthócaib (: focail)`that lifted him from the ground', Met.
Dinds. iii 128.11 .roraidset . . . no chomtoigebta rigcaindell
for mur na cathrach, BB 442a3 .cora chomthócbaiset a
lonna láith ósa cleithib, LL 32508 ( TTr. 1707 ).comh-
daighther ┐ comhthógaibhther prīmh-eglus`was erected and
25built
', Fl. Earls 194.10 .Vn. comthócbáil.

comthócbáil vn.ofcomthócbaid.
(a)act ofraising(together):comtogbáil in mormara`the
rising of the great sea
', CCath. 1238 .comthócbala comeirgi
claideb general wielding of swords, LL 32379 ( TTr. 1570 ).
30(b)act ofstirringup or going towar, doingbattle :
comhtocbail cogaid`raising up warfare', CCath. 1042 .
re comthógbāil chatha`the upraising of battle', Fianaig.
72.10 .
(c) muster,recruitment,forces :comthogbail do dhenum
35`a general muster', AU ii 376.2 .ar cind chomraim ┐
chomthocbala. renna áig ┐ imgona, LL 32159 ( TTr. 1348 ).
(d)Fig. act ofrisingup inopposition,vying :dogén féin
mo chomtocbáil / biam tigerna oscechdruṅg, SR 854 .denam
fri Dia comthocbal, 2742 .comhthógbhail no comhbuartus
40re righ n-Eirenn`to vie . . . with', TFrag. 104.20 .

comthochmarc n(tochmarc):in c. ¤ `therival wooing ', Met.
Dinds. iii 82.64 .

comthochrad n(tochra?tocrád?):mná a chéile do chomhtho-
chradh (: dortadh)`woo each other's wives', Content. xvi 175 .

45 comthocht n(1 tocht):gan c. ¤ fri mnáibh`without the company
of women
', Buile S. 24.20 .

comthód vn.ofcon-toí. (a)act ofturning,returning :ar
comthod-ni asin doiri`to turn us from the captivity', Ml.
111a5 .do chumtúth a sóeregl.pro libertate, perh.to bring
50about
(cf. cotoüd), Sg. 31b8 (see note).
(b) As calque of Lat.apostrophe:in comthoud talmaidech
gl.apostrofam`a sudden turning', Ml. 20a16 .in comthod
talmaidech asber inna diad`the sudden turn of his words
afterwards
', 53c14 .tre chomthoud talmaidech, Sg. 162a4 .
55(c)act ofchanging(a letter): cen a chomthóud .d.`without
the change of d
', Sg. 23a1 .a comthoud in .r.`its conversion
into r
', 23b7 .ni fil c. ¤ and`there is no mutation therein', 52b1 .
comtoth consan, BB 329b46 .
(d) conversion(relig.): comthoth L. co cretim(title of
60a tale), LU 9732 .Maria Magdalena . . . feil a comthaithe
co h[i]ris Crist` conversion ', Fél. 102.2 =féil a comṡóite,
Fél.2lxv § 28.fircomtúd`true conversion', Mon. Tall.
148.11 .grés fri procept . . . / do chuindriuch (comtudh,
v.l.) cach aein, Arch. iii 317 § 57 .

65 comthoga n(toga) election :cóir Ó Donnchadha a-déarmais / do
chomhthogha im Bhóinn, DDána 99.43 .fear dá chomh-
thogha ós Moigh Máil / Ó D., Top. Poems² 1139 .

comthogairm n(togairm) convocation :annone .i. eclais . . .
comtogairm a gaidhilg, O'Dav. 5 = O'C. 2732 ( Eg. 88,79a )
70= O'Mulc. 98 .

? comthoicthe ind(toicthiu):mad co crib com rathatar dochlainni
acuiriu comindel c. ¤ etc., Corp. Gen. 80.37 (rhet.).

comthoil n(tol) agreement,unanimity :la comtoil comairle`by
the consent of the council
', Laws iii 36.3 .comtoil .i. intí
75og a mbí in toil cumaidh, O'C. 2223 ( Eg. 88,16a ).Dia
[dá] gcomhthail, DDána 55.11 .o chomsuilidecht(.i. o
c. ¤ , Arch. iii 18.4 ;o chomḟuilidecht, Trip. 68.10 ).

comthoimsige adj(toimside):.xxx. cubad comtoimsigi ina h-airdi
duly measured , BB 241b25 .

80 ? comthoirnd(ig)ech n(toirned,toirndide):fortachtaigthi .i.
comthórṅdedchareliqua gl.alias autem bis appendices
`helpers,i.e.consignificants', Sg. 189a5 (see note).fola
comthoirnighthech`ein aushelfendes (zusätzliches) Objekt',
Cóic Con. Fug. 51 § 103 .cach folad comtoirnigech dib uile
85`jedes aushelfende (zusätzliche) Objekt von ihnen (den erwähnten
Fallen
)', § 106 .cor itir da lan .i. lan folad comtoirnithe .i. nach
indles cor cid itir da eccon`equal value on both sides', Laws iii
4.13 Comm. is cor dligthech he ima astud o bias lanad fola
comtoirmthi (leg.-nithi) ann`as full value is given on both
sides
', 12.18 Comm. islan he ima astad o bias lanad folad
5comtoirnithi ann, 21 Comm. ase fil and, a cheilsine don flaith
ar tus, ┐ ata fola comtoirnithe aigisium na denadsum in gaire
co tartar a seoit gairi techta do, O'C. 1871 ( 23 P 3,20b ).