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con-foíra v(*com-fo-fer-, Ped. ii 518 ) glossing forms of Lat.
85 comparo:aconfoiremnigl.conparantes`when weprovide ',
Wb. 8b13 .lase confoir-siu, Ml. 114c4 (leg. confoir[i], Ped.).
conforoirissetgl.comparauerunt, 69a9 .Vbl. of necess.
comfoiridi.

confolmastar v pret. 3 s.(perh.fo-lámatharwith rel.con):
maic Caiss Clothaich c. ¤ brīg Bregawho attacked (?), Corp.
5Gen. 199.2 .

con-fuchtaither xseedo-fiúch(t)ra.

congab n ā,f.(cf. con-gaib etc.)n s.usu.-aib. Precise meaning,
particularly in (b) and (c), not always evident. (a)in tan
rigmaini do aitrius ar cet-choggba la Firu T.(sic leg.), Vita
10Br. 28 ` settlement ', Ir. Hist. Stud. i 128 (see 351 ).do chet-
choggbaib, 32 . ?Cf. isin chongaibh crabaidh ittáoi-si
`state of devotion', Buile S. 132.27 ,cf. im chléirech chrábhaidh,
134.14 .
(b) gathering,host,army;collection,assemblage :is coir
15si(n) do radh . . . ┐ siad . . . ri congaibh c. can be referred to
by either a f. sg. or pl. pronoun
, IGT Met. Faults § 133 .
nocharb í 'n ch. ¤ cen gá, Met. Dinds. iii 208.39 `spearless
host
,' Gloss.luidset dond orguin . . . / . . . / 'na congaib
ágmair assaid, ii 50.19 .iarsin dochuaid na coṅngaib /
20ingen M. with her attendants, BB 409a4 (dochoidh . . . a
hingenraidh, Dinds. 126 ).acht co mbeith congaib a thechta
aicce do dainib a proper escort, 412b31 .bern ina coṅgaib
catha battle-array (of death of warrior), LL 23283 ( CRR 57 ).
a longa . . . / ina congaibh chatha chruínd, BB 19b47 .
25 lāechda in chongaib chonaire expeditionary force, Aisl. MC
35.27 .gus an lion, ┐ gus an ccongaibh, FM vi 2076.22 .
baí fó chongaibh maith bardadh`well defended by warders',
v 1448.z .a cna . . . / . . . itát no (= 'na) conguib cuana /
ann for na collaib cæmha cluster , BLism. 160rb31 ( SG 347.24 ).
30 congaib innflatha(a fleet), BB 280b14 .in ch. ¤ chruid collec-
tion of livestock
, LL 37798 ( SG 362.12 ).ba hurgna in congaib
airm ┐ edigh, Aen. 1911. 2458 .a ccongaibh bídh ┐ dighe
provisions, FM vi 2032.7 .
(c)In more specialized senseequipment,weapons,trap-
35pings: cona ṅgáib cona scíathaib / cona coṅgaib, LL 23386 =
BB 375a8 .techt i cath gan congaibh [airm](of impossible
undertaking), CCath. 4398 . ?dia chongaib chrúaid ro-
chengail, Met. Dinds. ii 48.32 (`grip').inna sessam . . .
┐ a congaib étguid impaib`with their loins girded', Celtica iv
4024.320 .armail . . . co na ccongaibh comhadhais`engines',
FM vi 2294.7 . Of emasculation:robhean a chongaibh
ferda as, YBL 208bz `pudenda', Meyer Contribb. ?Cf. in
ben o ría triit isí as ḟerr coṅgaib úan(in sensu obscoeno,
erghaire,v.l., see note; possibly3 s.ofcon-gaib), Ériu v
45209.20 .
In chevilles:nír chongaibh coimse, Celtica ii 163 § 28 .
cadla a choṅgaib` company ', Jn. Celt. Stud. i 83 § 6 .ardd a
chonga(i)b, Arch. Hib. ii 74 § 60 .
Unclear:Fer Hi gu cam is go congaib / rosbaid a tir
50tonnaib tuaidh, Ériu x 81 § 45 .fir a longaib / loechrad
congaib cen chuit irsi, Snedg. u. Mac R. 14.1 .

con-gaib v(*com-gaib-, Ped. ii 528 ).Indic. pres. 1 s. concbaim,
Cáin Ad. 6 .3 s. congaib, Ml. 131c12 . Sg. 35a12 . Fél. Ep.
76. 279 . ZCP xi 86 § 46 .congeib, Fél. 66.29 . With inf.
55pron.cotṅgæib, SR 621 .cotibgaib, 7834 . ?cotngabthus,
LU 8440 .cotageib, 6849 (BDD). With depon. ending
-coṅgbathar, Táin 4748 .Pass. congaibther, Wb. 21c6 .
Hib. Min. 11. 380 . ?congebethar, TBC² 2043 .2 p. con-
gaibid, Trip.² 812 .3 p. congaibet, Sg. 53a10 .congabet,
60 Dinds. 71 .coṅgabat, Táin 4027 .Pass. congaibter, Ml.
27c14 .-iur, ZCP iii 448.2 .congebhtar, O'C. 300 ( H. 3. 18,
165 ).Impf. 3 s. -congebed, Thes. ii 315.2 .Pass. congeibti,
Leb. Gab. 144.15 .3 p. -congbaitis, Ml. 55a18 .Ipv. 2 s.
congab, Mon. Tall. 149.33 .congaib, ZCP vi 272 § 8 .3 s.
65 congbad, Tec. Corm. 2.4 .2 p. congmaid, O'D. 1946 ( Add.
4783,7b ).
Subj. pres. 3 s.?cotomgabasa, LU 8323 ( FB 24 ).-congba,
Laws v 106.8 .Pass. congabthar, Ériu iii 108 § 55 .Impf.
pass. s. conumgabthae, Ml. 27b7 .fut. 3 s. congéba, LU
70 2714 .3 p. congébat, Táin 344 .
Pret.andperf.(with-ad-).3 s. con-gab, Corp. Gen. 9.13 .
congab, Thes. ii 329.2 .-chongaib. Táin 3454 .conacab,
Ml. 100c1 . Trip.² 1820 . RC xx 46.3 (ACC).conacgab, BB
366a38 .conacaib, Trip. 552.7 .conaccaib, Trip.² 1690 .
75 conaggaib, 865 .conággaib, LU 5023 (TBC).Pass. conác-
bad, TTr.² 1365 .3 p. congabsat. Thes. i 496.36 (Ardm.).
conáccubsat, Trip.² 998 .conácaibset, LU 7996 =congaib-
set, BDD² 1532 .
Later as simple vb.congbaid,-gm-,coinnmid,cuinnid
80 etc.Note alsodochomhgab , Leb. Gab. 120.18 .comghēba,
BR² 166.6 .coingmhidh, Párl. na mB. 2132 .connmuighter,
O'Gr. Cat. 254.22 .-cconngthar, Luc. Fid. 5781 . IGT
Verbs § 68 .
Vn. congbáil.Vbl. of necess. congbathi.
85(a) contains,includes;maintains,preserves,supports,
upholds;keeps (in a wide variety of applications):airindí
oṅgaib armagl.armamentarium, Sg. 35a13 .sechis conum-
gabthae sóngl.occuparer, Ml. 27b7 .níscongbaitisgl.non
continentes, 55a18 .congaibther tóibetairchenn and`are
held together in Him
', Wb. 21c6 .ise a bés na cleithe . . .
5congaib ┐ congaibther it contains (supports?)and is contained,
Laws iv 358. 22 - 23 . ?cotagaib febtha furglide for daghdaine
deis, O'Dav. 673 .cotngaib inna chertraind chóir com-
chethbuid, LU 7375 `maintains him in his just position',
BDD² 1013 n. Mane cotageib Uli, LU 6849 (BDD). 6853 .
10 Cóir Anm. 229 , `der sie alle umfasst', Heldensage 123 (see
also Ériu xiv 153 ).c. ¤ conscara has in his power(?), ZCP xi
87 § 49 .conággaib ainech ┐ anmain damsa upheld(of hound),
LU 5023 (TBC). ?clīabinar . . . congebethar co barr
ūachtar a dondfūathrōici by which he is covered, TBC² 2043 =
15 co ngebethar dó, LU 6558 .c. ¤ óm (fh)odbrond com ó`it
extends from my ankle to my ear
' (of a shield), Ériu xx 192 § 3 .
?congeib da recht deismirecht digla, Laws i 10.27 .in tan
. . . conagaib T. céll for a ecaib, BB 426b1 (forro-gab, see
cíall, 176.57) ?M. miadh . . . / cotgaib cach riadh / roimdidi,
20 IT iii 57 § 109 .inda-hí-siu huili con-gaibter i n-etlai`are
combined in holiness
', Celtica viii 59 § 1 .mus-comgaib
(leg.con-?) dóib cathugud for lár in tige`began to fight',
Celtica iv 24.1 .oeinfer codogabai ina danu-sæ ule`possesses',
RC xii 78 § 67 . ?congabar etarguidi ┐ gne ┐ cenal doib,
25 Laws iii 96.19 .congbat talmain(of gods), PH 1135 .fer . . .
no congbadh feidhm in comit who took the comes' place,
CCath. 59 .bannáomh rodacongaibh`who kept herself (a
virgin
)', Ériu v 82.32 .do congmhadh amuigh Maodhóg
kept M. out, BNnÉ 227.33 .a chliar sa . . . / congbaidh
30uaibh damhsa diorma support (billet) a troop, 288.8 .fasdó
na heocha ┐ congaib in carbad yoke, ZCP viii 539.31 .cun-
naim in t-eir[e si] . . . dim, Grail 4279 .braon meala . . . /
cuinneobhaidh lúbtha taobh feadha, Aithd. D. 4.9 .gor
chonnmhadair combáigh (: bhformadaigh)`preserved their
35union
', O'Hara 1656 .congbhais a c[h]raīsech re C. plied
C. continuously with his spear
, ML² 279 .docunnaibh S. an
leoman . . . ar cois`held . . . by the . . . paw', ZCP vi 293.24 .
é ré calaidh ná congaibh don't keep him waiting, DDána
58.15 .cionnus congbhaidhther iodhbairt=is continued
40and preserved
, RSClára 135b .roscongaibh an chormaim
(i.e.he did not vomit), Hugh Roe² 24.4 .connaim-si ort
noco n-impaidim isin Ḟraingc be patient, Fier. 16 .na
conaim ar th'fual=non teneas minctum, Reg. San. 29.20 .
cuingdís .i. do chongbhaidís, O'Cl.
45In SR3 s.with inf. pron. appar. as quasi-cheville (cf.
gaibid,G 19.42ff.?):cethri primgaetha cotṅgaib / cethri
fogaetha feochrai there are (?) 4 principal winds, SR 47 .ri
rosfossaig cotangeib / nassossaid 'monprimchathraig, 429 .
cenmothat sain cotaigaib / fail innim do fochraicaib, 521 .
50 621 . 2963 . 3223 .retha gaissi canar lib / cotibgaib cen
baisse blad be ye free of any imputation of foolishness(?),
7834 .cid cotasgaib na sectrind what are?(?), 7924 . ?Cf.
cotgaib ar méit muinenchor, LU 7408 (BDD).coig cet
bliadan cotangeib, BB 403a45 =fodogaib`it covers', Met.
55Dinds. iv 146.5 .
(b) founds,sets upanestablishment,settles(freq. of monas-
teries, churches,etc.): nach congbail congaibid wherever you
settle
, Trip.² 812 .conaccaib Domnac[h] Mór Maigi Eni,
1690 .it hé conáccubsat [i] túus i C. established themselves,
60 998 .congab . . . indomnach f.`he set up', Thes. ii 242.1 .
congebat ceall ┐ muintir annsin`will establish', RC xiv 60 - 62
(§ 75) .congeib in t-aingiol án / forsan muir-si thíar`made
occupation
Arch. Hib. iv 206 § 12 .