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congbáil n(-ál ā,f.)vn.ofcon-gaib. Also-máil,cunnmáil.c. ¤ ,
IGT Verbs § 68 . (a)act ofcontaining,keeping in;keeping,
holding,maintaining,sustaining,entertaining(in later lang.
in uses similar to those of Engl.keep): cid ansa don curp . . .
55a congbal`to contain itself', Mon. Tall. 149.23 .cethri
clair . . . / o[c] coṅgbáil na sanctare surrounding, SR 4257 .
ri coṅgbáil catha for doing battle, LL 32499 ( TTr. 1686 ).
clechtach im ch. ¤ `skilful in defence', Met. Dinds. iii 74.94 .
congbail in cadusa`preserve', CCath. 803 .cath . . . aga
60cunnmail ina agaid, ZCP vi 44.4 .dessid . . . i congbail
in tige`keeping the house', PH 1314 .ar chongbail na haithne,
7413 .gur theannobair do leabhruibh an bheatha a ccong-
bhāil, Celtica i 96.253 viz. quae fecit Jesus, Johann. xxi 25 .
ydoripis o chongbail an fuail, Reg. San. 23.y .tegh aidheadh
65coitcenn do c. ¤ , FM iii 264.3 .nar bhéidir don bhás a chung-
mháil, Acts ii 24 .mo galar do chonnmhail to check, Laud
610,23c cited Plummer MS. notes. ?Cf. uilideacht congmála,
O'Gr. Cat. 241.4 (of diseases).an tarbha puiplidhi
do ch. ¤ suass, Fl. Earls 92.17 .do chongbháil na caibidli
70sin=to hold the said Chapter, RSClára 99a .fer cúisi do
chongbailgl.causidicus, Ir. Gl. 434 . Withó:a congmail
doib o lanamnas, Mon. Tall. 146.1 .da ccōnmhail o brisdedh
do ghabháil(in battle), Rel. Celt. ii 188.2 .iad fén do
chongbháil . . . ón uile chaithemh aimsire=abstaine from,
75 RSClára 116b . In more concrete sense:anté dorindi in
connmhāil sin who grasped it thus. ZCP xiii 180.18 .meabais
a cercaill ┐ a congbala 'na timchill bands, viii 538.26 .amail
no biad cin congmail fair as if there was nothing to hold it,
Grail 163 . Hence in calque onsyllaba:congbail .i. silledh
80nach son aon congbalach, O'Dav. 381 ,leg. sillab, Marstr.
D 196.16 . Seetrechongbálach.
With follg. qual. gen.fer congbala cind capaill dar fethi
(i.e.survivor), Cog. 72.10 . Of warriorsetc. cú congbhála
cáich, ML 86.6 .post congmhala dámh ┐ deóradh, FM vi
851908.7 .fear congmála cuinge crábuid do Críst(of priest),
Ériu ii 82.11 .flaith congbāla co slōgaib dianechtair a prince
maintained by foreign forces
, ZCP xi 97 § 61 .T. B. cona
cethern congbala` mercenaries ', Ann. Conn. 1367.7 .trí
ceardchadha congmhála / do dhreamuibh dile re dán, Irish
Review 1913, 594 § 8 .
5In phr.for (ar) c. ¤ preserved,available :ata ar congbail
agoinn, Leb. Gab. 126 n. 2 .ansa Íosa . . . / ar congbháil
i gcridhe Eoin, Arch. Hib. i 99 § xvi .ar congbháil ag Dia
kept, TSh. 2783 .
(b) In legal and quasi-legal contexts. Meaning uncertain
10in:congbail(in list of items for which there is `athgabail
treisi'), Laws i 156.27 .trí congbala . . . congbail rig oc
denam . . . cairde . . . congbail tsenad na hEaclaisi . . . cong-
bail tuaithi(`assembly'), 158.18 Comm. biathad congbala fri
sochride tuaithe, iii 20.21 . In follg. appar. maintenance,
15 entertainment; legalrightorobligationas regardsentertain-
ment (cf. coinnmed):tir . . . cen chis, cen congabail`without
rent, without seizure
', Cymmr. xiv 118.18 .leth norba an
athar dia íngin iar ndibadh, cen sloiged, cen cis, cen congbail,
Laws iv 46.20 Comm. gl.cert orba mboairech, 44.9 .c. ¤
20bliadhna co dá cet / . . . / ar do cleircibh, BNnÉ 288.13 .
congbháil buannachta`free quarters', Keat. iii 2917 .conn-
mail mar in connmail do rad dúinn`entertainment', Oss. v
108.6 . Note also:T. Ó M. do dhul ar congmháil hi ccúicceadh
Uladh`on military service', FM iv 814.1 (see n.).
25(c)(monastic)foundation;habitation;establishment: ba
samlaid . . . no fothaiged-som na congbala, Trip.² 2808 .
nabad mor a congbail i talmain, 829 .i. eclais, Arch. iii
18.32 .a conāch ┐ a crīch ┐ a coṅgbāil hi ferund`their
landed estates
', Fianaig. 78.16 .a cobsaidi, a coṅgbála
30`her stability, her establishment', Ériu iv 148.26 .congbail .i.
áras no baile, O'Cl. Cf. coṅgbáil Dísirt Diarmata`the
foundation of D. D.
', Ann. Inisf. 122 § 812 . ?Fig. an fer
batar congbhala / legios do chorpaib . . .`whose attributes
were
. . .', Blathm. 42 .
35Forcongraimmin:congmail .i. écoscut estT.E.: congmail
ríghna leó, Ériu xiii 66.66 =congraim, ZCP iii 236.w .

congbálach adj o, ā(congbáil) holding,keeping,tenacious :cairthi
cruaid congbalach supporting , Ériu viii 32.3 .maille láim
deis connmálaig=dextreque tenasis, O'Gr. Cat. 238.y .céd-
40fadh c. ¤ retentive , 243.38 .daingean i cCriosd, ┐ congmhalach
ar a dhligheadh, Luc. Fid. 5816 . Seedé-chongbálach,
trechongbálach.
Cf. in focul oenchongbhalach dechongbalach trechonng-
balach`containing one, two, and three syllables', Auraic. 934
45(see Gloss.).

congbálaid n[i,m.] (congbáil): keeper,upholder,maintainer :
congbālaidh scēith, Ériu xvii 28 § 50 .congmhalaigh coit-
chenn tighe naoídhedh, FM v 1518.9 .D. . . . congmhalaigh
creidmhe . . . Leithi Modha, ALC i 356.16 .

50 congbathi vbl. of necess.ofcon-gaib:is and ba c. ¤ dó he was to
make a settlement
, Trip.² 1577 .

congcas n(Engl. loanword) conquest :ag déanamh congcais
ar an bhFrainc, Keat. ii 6401 .i gcéim cunncais`on triumph's
path
', Ó Bruad. ii 8.4 .chum conncais, iii 42.1 .san Chuncus
55`the Conquest', E. O'Rahilly 56.77 .

con-geil v(geilid):co ngeil ingen fri fiacail` rates ', Laws iv
90.y Comm. congelat da dartaid sech rodamh z Comm.
mani congla nach fhlaith aile fris, Críth Gabl. 83 `has joint
grazing with
', notes (of relationship between lord and
60`céle'), `enters into a compact with him', Laws iv 305 .Cf.
congeltat eich S. . . . fér co húir`cropped the grass', Táin
444 (see Thurn. Gramm. 424 .co ngeltatar, Táin 443 ).na
hocht caire . . . / coceilet co grian (congheiltet,v.l.), Acall.
2956 `that gnaw us to the bone', SG 160.1 .Vn. congelt.

65 con-gella v(gellaid):bo cacha orba tara cuingella cend, Laws i
134.33 Comm. `on behalf of which he is responsible(?)',
Plummer MS. notes.cis lir congella(i)t for treisi give security
for three days
(?), Laws i 230.3 .congellat .i. tir i mbi tuinidhi
flatha la fine imalle, O'C. 861 ( H. 3. 18,389a ).ní fil fo nim
70ní . . . na dingned cía no comgelltá, LU 3912 (SC) `if thou
wouldst join in a bond
', Sc. G. Stud. vii 71 .
Vn. comgellad.

congelt ā,f. vn.ofcon-geil. Lit.act ofsharing grazingwith.
Of relationship of lord andcéile:c. ¤ fri flaith, Laws v 366.15
75 .i. . . . in flaith do beith i caithim set in ceile, 30 Comm.
coimghelt fri righ, Ériu xiii 51.29 .cethrur . . . amailli
risin rig a coimgeilt fris, O'D. 1220 (H 2.15, 86a). Concr.
pasture :in choingelt itir l. con ┐ l. C., SG 58.3 (an c[h]ongilt,
CCellaig 533 ).for in coingeilt, 5 (c[h]oingilt, 535 ).cú
80na coingeilti, 17 .

congíallna n(gíallnae):aire ard . . . ni he ar do naisc congiallna,
na dliged flatha joint service(?), Laws iv 346.16 .

congillne n(1 gille) alsocom-,cuin-, -lle.Presum.jointor
mutual pledge: crecce, cundurta, c. ¤ ,etc., Laws iii 16.14
85 .i. cach dib do dul i cuma trebaire tar cend a ceile, 22 Comm.
tuicther sognimh a sighnuib / os comgnimh do coingillnib,
O'C. 743 ( H. 3. 18,355 ).is amlaid di comgillni uili, 853
(386b).co coingillib techta`with lawful pledges', Laws i
264.z .o testaib coraib cengur do gnim frisi tiagu(i)d do
coir a coinghilla, nadmundaib, rathuib, fiadnaise, 266.7 .
5 ni roibe cuingille techta oca`proper pledges', ii 54.3 Comm.
Of persons:c. ¤ .i. fer gail no fialusa . . . ni haisneis fer tar
crich na coi[n]gillni na coibhnius, O'Dav. 458 .