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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 ).

comthoirnem v(tairniud):na cloidmi do comtoirnem ar na
corpaib`bring down . . . heavily', Celt. Rev. iv 12.5 .

10 ? comtoirnigi: ind eter inda clad comglasa comtoirnigi, BB
240b29 .

comthoirse n(toirse):a[c] comtoirrsi sorrowingtogether, TTebe
4725 .ag cái ┐ acc comhtuirsi uirre`lamented over it', BNnÉ
232.6 .nach biadh comhthuirse oraibh=ut non contristemini,
15 TSh. 5870 .

comhthoirsech adj(toirsech):ba comthoirrseach . . . na curaid
were (equally)sorrowful , TTebe 4346 .go cumhthach, ciamhair,
comhtuirsech, BNnÉ 251 § 206 .

comtholg adv(2 tolg):roferad cath . . . fo comth(t)uilg furiously ,
20 BB 432b28 .

comtholl adj(toll):criathir ch. ¤ `perforated sieve', TTebe 4518 .

comthollad adj(tollad):ar na criathrad ┐ ar na comthollad
` pierced ', MR 270.9 .gá ccailcc, ┐ gá comhtolladh`to . . . hew
and hack them
', FM vi 2224.5 .

25 comthomailt n(tomailt)act ofconsuming together :doberar an
tir sin la tir for araill a c. ¤ fon comfot re . . . .i. da tomailt
cumaidhe in joint use, O'C. 394 - 5 ( H. 3. 18,220b ).ic
comtomailt na fér immaille fria n-eachuib`eating the grasses
side by side with the horses
', CCath. 2613 .iar ccomhol ┐
30comhthomhailt dóibh, FM ii 694.23 .

comthomus n(tomus) earliercotomus. As calque:amal nibad
hua nach comthumus .i. amal nibad fiu ní du thabairt tar
ar næsigl.nulla compensatione, Ml. 63d2 . co-estimation,
assessment :conad hí ar comcisiu ┐ cottomus ar ciallḟer,
35 LL 32429 `the judgment of our men of sense', TTr. 1624 .
In phr.cotamus don cétamusseecétamus. In Laws of
equivalence, equalityof value (of objects), of standing (of
persons); `commensurateness', Plummer MS. notes:bid cert
im chotomus folad inbetreff der Gleichbemessung der Objekte
40(bei Verträgen usw.)
', Cóic Con. Fug. 19 § 11 ( ZCP xix
170.13 ) =c. ¤ , ibid. Comm. (cotaimsiugad na folad, ZCP
xix 170.18 ).is cert a c. ¤ .i. gur ab cutruma in folaidh fria
araile, O'Don. 539 ( H. 3. 17,433 ) = O'C. 1613 ( 23 Q 6,6a ).
co na fil cotomus doib fri log nenech, O'Don. 668
45( H. 3. 17,489b ) = O'C. 2188 ( Eg. 88,7a ).ni fuil ... comtomus
fri logh neiniuch do na feraib, O'Don. 305 (H 3.17. c. 238).
ni fuil cotomus doib fri gradha acht gurab innraice their
evidence is not of equal weight with that of noble grades
(?),
O'C. 2569 ( Eg. 88,48a ).

50 comthorthach adj(toirthech):croinn comhthorthacha infull
fruit , BNnÉ 239 § 170 .

comthosach adj(tosach):um gach laom ceann-trom cómhthosaigh
díobh`each heavy-headed front rank', ML 128.15 .

comthothchus n(tothchus):comtothchus fri righ tuaithe equal
55 property(?), O'C. 1852 ( 23 Q 6,51b ).

comthoud xseecomthód.

comthracht n(3 trácht)greatpower :gur chómhthracht
cealmhaine do na curadhaibh`a powerful foreboding', ML
74.10 .

60 comthraethad n(traethad) med. consumption,decline ,etc.:
mina fuilngi ina comtraothad=nisi sit consumptio, Rosa
Ang. 82.9 .dona dainibh doniter do comthraethadh=
consumptis, 96.13 .Cf. isna dainibh fuara cumtraotha,
110.23 .

65 comthrén adj(trén)equallystrong, evenlymatched, verystrong :
bada[r] comthrén co nonai equally strong, Anecd. i 11.26
( SCano 358 ).do dechraib gotha nan-én / ┐ a crotha c. ¤ ,
SR 7262 .comtrēn an Coimdiu for usci ┐ for talmain`equally
powerful
', BColm. 66.14 .comrac dá coimtren`a conflict of
70two equal athletes
', CCath. 2948 taoíseach calma coimh-
threin (: fFéin)` powerful ', Duan. Finn ii 282.120 .Subst.
Cuigedh Connacht fa a c. ¤ `under his sway', Fen. 70.20 .

comthríall n(tríall):coimhtriall catha fris`to undertake battle
with him
', Leb. Gab. 82.1 .comtriall catha fri Troianu a
75trial of battle
, Aen. 1692 .fir Ereann do coimhthriall go
hAth cliath`collected', FM ii 946.1 .

comthríallaid v(tríallaid):ro comtriallad leo cluichi disci do
denum`it was essayed by them', TTebe 2468 .

comthroit n(troit):tre chomtroit na ngæth` battlingtogether',
80 TTebe 274 .

comthrom adj(3 trom) I (a)of thesame weight,equal,even,
equivalent :par comtrom, Ir. Gl. 960 .c. ¤ a coss ┐ a cend,
Corm. Y 274 .dianid c. ¤ a maith ┐ a n-olc whose virtues and
vices are evenly balanced
, LU 2168 ( FA 24 ).rotgab a
85t[h]rostán comthromm`his even-poised . . . staff', Aisl. MC
11.1 .dian aír[ṡ]eang comtrom(a metre), IT iii 70 § 18 .
dá roinn chomhthroma`two equal halves', Aithd. D. 16.1 .
is meadh chomhthrom dá chéile`equally balanced', 18.19 .
trí nuimir comtruim`by an even number', O'Gr. Cat. 289.28 .
comtrom mar samail liathroidi cruindi`spherical', Ir. Astr.
5Tr. 88.3 .a ccaoirmheall(g p.)ccomhthrom`heavy cannon-
balls
', Hugh Roe² 152.13 .comhthionól na mban ccothrom
d'órdúghadh, Párl. na mB. 2570 ordinary women(oppd. to
baintighearnáoi, 2560 ;cf. don chineadh chodruma, PCT 198
`rustic', E. O'Rahilly 274.17 ).
10(b) evenly-matched(of battles): níor bho comh-throm a
g-cómhrac, ML 126.32 .nior chomhthrom an comhar
`uneven match', Dán Dé xii 21 .i cath c. ¤ , ZCP viii 217.24
( Corp. Gen. 283.8 ).
(c) just,equitable :re breith chomhthruim Críosd, DDána
15 26.28 .an ceart do chongbhadh comhthrom, A. Ó Dálaigh
lii 22 .in orlaimh dhaoíne ccomhthrom, FM vi 2302.22 .
(d) level,smooth :ar ferann ch. ¤ , Fl. Earls 96.4 .da mbeth
an talam na clar comhtrom`if the earth were a level plane',
Ir. Astr. Tr. 32.22 .talam comtrom, Lism.L. 3605 .
20 Superl. an talamh is comthroime, Fl. Earls 26.31 .
Adv. maith an t-urchar tarla ó Fhlann / go m=bí comh-
throm tré Chonall`passed clearly through and through Conall',
ML 22.8 .romgon an cruadhmhucaidhe corr / go ndeachaidh
trem chorp comhtrom, Buile S. 154.2 . Usu. withco:co
25ndeachaid [in gai] tria na chridhi gu comtrom, Aen. 2133 .
ro gabad co comtrom do gach aird dib`equally then from
every point were they smitten
', CCath. 3149 .ras gab co c. ¤
fairly and squarely, LL 31777 (TTr.).coill na leithinnsi as
coill chrom / do chleithfhillsi go comhthrom`the wood of the
30half-island is a twisted wood, thou hast made it symmetrical
(?)',
Bard. Synt. Tr. 29.24 , see n.co cert comtrom`exactly', Ir.
Astr. Tr. 132.7 .
IIAssubst. o (a) equal weightoramount,equivalent :
co ruc a ch. ¤ de argut its weight in silver, LL 14646 .
35 comthromm inn ubaill dia inchind triana chuladaib, 9383
(TBC).c. ¤ do riged clí do fhinddruini, 7591 (TBC).a
gcomhthrom do chur i meidh / d'ór dhearg, Ir. Syll. Poetry
63 § 7 .comtrom .ui. fiched uinge d'iarund, Laws v 16.z
Comm. comtrom daoined re`as many men as', ALC ii 236.29 .
40(b)Ofweights,balance: aon chloch amāin dīb do chor
a meidh thomuis dobeir c. ¤ don dī cloich oile, Fl. Earls 164.27 .
lé comhthrom nó lé miosúr fallsa, Mac Aingil 3333 .
comhthrum égsamhla . . . comhthrom mór ┐ c. ¤ beag=
weights, Deut. xxv 13 .ní fhuil i gcomhthrom rem chion /
45foghnamh m'anma ó aois naoidhion evenly balanced, DDána
21a.25 .
(c) equality,equivalence :trí cuid go gcomhthrom ronna
`equality of division', Content. iv 52 .fada ar gcothrom
ó chéile things are badly matched between us, Dánta Gr. 58.1 .
50 c. ¤ comluinn fair fight, Caithr. CC 58 .fear na ndeoch
bhfarsing bhfada / a ccomhthrom níl ionntroda, Párl. na
mB. 3240 .
(d) justice,equity,fair treatment :madh dia ffagbad O.
comht[h]rom, Sitzb. v (1919) 93 § 28 .dá ndearna . . . /
55comhthrom, A. Ó Dálaigh ix 11 .ní fhuil . . . / leathtrom
nach cuir i gcomhthrom, DDána 82.6 .do chinn in
comhtruim sin do genam, O'Gr. Cat. 150.13 .cothram is
ceart, Párl. na mB. 399 .rannsa i gcomhthrom do chomhrádh
`give me a fair share of your attention', Content. ix 1 .romhor
60do chuaidh da ccothram`of their rightful share', Rel. Celt.
ii 268.1 .
(e) In prep., adv. and conj. phrases:ro lingestair do
chomhthrom talmhan, RC xi 326.16 .tri ch. ¤ a chride
right through his heart, LL 32831 (TTr).gur ro scoilt mo
65chroidhe a ccomhthrom`so that it split my heart in the
middle
', KMMisc. 366.29 .'n-a comhthrom ní budh cuirthe /
conách cannot be compared with it(poverty), DDána 52.5 .
i gcomhthrom na huaighe in the grave, A. Ó Dálaigh xliii
5 .comhthrom na haimsire-sin at that very time, Parrth.
70Anma 926 .