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?conaite: n nosscobraith ar c. ¤ ardospeite moel, YBL 419b30
(`a custom to be for ever in existence', Petrie Tara 203 ).
mad urrad conaiti .i. baranta (for comnaide ?), O'C. 291
( H. 3. 18,160 ).

5 ? con-alai: v conalai mil broinn i mbi lir`honey disturbs the
stomach
', BCrólige 25 (forconālai<*com-ad-lu-,Vn. comlūd
(seecomlúth), p. 62).cain comlai eslaine i mbroinn carna(i)
eich,ibid. ailid cac otrus humus(a) . . . aragair eslane nad
comlui`which prevents sickness and does not stir it up', 45 .

10 con-alla v(see Ped. ii 509 , Thurn. ZCP xviii 408 , xix 132 ;
stem appar. as indo-alla, but possibly false analysis of
comalnaithir):beandachtain an Chomdid (sic) . . . c. ¤ (.i.
conig) uile doman controls,comprehends (?), Ériu xvi 65.11
(comallad,v.l., see 68 n.2). ?conailla medb míchura, ZCP
15 viii 306.3 . ?ni meise conailla in clemnas n-isiu, Ériu iii
135.8 =ni maculammar, Cymmrodor xiv 104.13 .Vn.
comall?

conamail adj i(cú) houndlike; of warriorfierce,valiant,etc.:
atchiu-sa in coin c. ¤ , YBL 172a14 ( SG 71.11 ).Adv. go
20crúaidh ciocrach conamhail, Duan. Finn i 15.y . Asn. pr.
m. iugulatioConamlo mic Canonn, AU i 154.3 .m. Conamail,
m. Conamla, LL 337a38 , 349e28 .Conṡamail(c. ¤ ,v.l.),
Corp. Gen. 90.11 .

conánacuir xseecon-icc.

25 con-anaig v(aingid) protects :acht ni conanaig deithbeire
`except what the law of exemption protects', Laws i 102.8 .
?conranaigh sidhe findteda he can protect tribe-lands,
O'Dav. 1261 (con-ice?).c[o]n[i]d comaine .i. co ra coem-
nighe, O'C. 1980 (H 4.22, 18).Cf. intí . . . conaing eclais
30De, LB 12b23 .Vn. comnacal.

? conanat: v tuatha abacc usce uair gluair c. ¤ in gach dail,
O'Mulc. 3 .Cf. comanaid.

conar n ā,f. Cf. n p. -chonaire, Corm. Y 1224 (106.2) ,d p.
conairib, Laws v 320.1 Comm. , Marco P. 55 .conuir f.,
35 IGT Decl. § 13 .
(a) way,road,path :conair .i. cen fēr, cen ar, Corm. Y
233 .c. ¤ . . . coi en-fir etc., O'Mulc. 239 .lasin conair imme-
tiagat`along the way(?) on which they go', Ml. 45c9 .isfride
imtiagam . . . ar conairgl.in die . . . ambulemus, Wb. 6a30 .
40 forsnaib conaraibgl.in semitís, Ml. 143b2 .isí a mbó dofeth
c. ¤ remib, Vita Br. 24 .conara an-imthelgthe(seeimthelcud
II
, I 179.86 ), SR 5420 .co nach roba c. ¤ do-chóstis there
was no way by which they could go
, BDD² 252 . ?trūag
do sāebaib c. ¤ , Arch. iii 241 § 13 .allus de / isin lo the
45conaire, IT iii 103 § 196 .conair chúan a well-trodden way,
LL 38003 ( RC xiii 48 ).conair éludha an escape-route,
CCath. 1380 .conair theichidh, TTr.² 1872 .ar gcumgachad
na gconarad coitchend highways, MR 256.23 .bar comrac
cét c. ¤ where 100 roads meet(?), Táin 2961 .at rédi ar conara,
50 Alex. 939 = ZCP xxx 148.51 .cnaí conaírí(seecnaí),
BB 257b48 .ní conair fraoch a bhfeirge, LBranach 5209
`smooth path',n. cuirfed-sa coimghi c[h]onaire umat(charm
or incantation), ML² 460 .
Fig.?cor dom chonair / dol an domhain an diadhachta
55`to put piety out of my way of life', Aithd. D. 89.26 .nach
léir dhó an chonair chóir(of the penitent), TSh. 9250 .
ba chonair . . . bocht ┐ nocht resort , SG 27.37 .do chách
gidh conair choitchionn(of the Passion), DDána 23.32 .
(b) way,means,method,procedure: conair(a s.)d'admilliud
60[Adim], SR 1132 .bo ch. ¤ letartha cach n-ulind, LU 6402 .
bec nār chonair chonais ground for a quarrel, TBC² 2600 .
ní conair chissa not the way to obtain payment, Acall. 7008 .
conair molta míorbhalla`to tell of her marvels is a way of
praising her
', Dán Dé xxv 47 .hi conair bar mughaighti,
65 Grail 3301 .
(c) legalprocess,procedure :Cóic Conara Fugill five ways
of bringing action
(title), Cóic Con. Fug. 15 § 1 .cid is log
┐ is aimsir . . . dona conairib fuigill, O'C. 2178 ( Eg. 88,6(7)b ).
co ro aichnea in conair fugill is aicinta do, Laws v 8.11
70Comm. in conar aicenta . . . conar saerda, Cóic Con. Fug.
25.1 - 2 .
(d)In phrases (adv.,conj.):for cend conaire, seeC
124.38
.tánicc . . . hi gcenn conaire do Ch.`came . . . to
meet
', Fianaig. 92.24 .for conair on the road, Trip.² 1047 .
75 Vita Br. 37 .atbert . . . A. fris-sim for conair obiter(?),
PH 1178 .ar aenconair ar ndis together, Ann. Conn. 1315.8 .
i bhfritheing na conaire tar a n-ais back again, TSh. 9235 .
in conair bui aiged a leptha facing his bed, PH 57 .[cá?]
conair cinnius in muad-macaem ale what brings the noble
80youth hither
? MR 292.13 .cach conair ranice everywhere he
went
, Ann. Conn. 1286.2 .adubairt riu dul 'na rogha conuir
anywhere they liked, ZCP vi 48.30 .
Compd.róid chumhga do chonuirréidhigh made into
smooth paths
, DDána 89.21 .

85 conartach n(cf. cúanart):i mbrogh Chonaill na gc. ¤ gceolmhar
`of the harmonious crowds', E. O'Rahilly xv 43 .ni heagal
duit cunartach (cuanartach,v.ll.) tar eis Fianna Find
(addressed to a stag)pack, Celt. Rev. x 135.30 .