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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 .

conglonnta adj(conchlann):in bud chonghlonnta coraigthi bar
curaid`linked together', MR 176.22 . Sees. cuglonnas.

10 conglúais n(cf.Lat.conclusioandglúas) conclusion :derbaigter
in congluais so do reir Galenus, RC xlix 9.17 .mar congluais
as na neicib sin, Ir. Astr. Tr. 10.z .Cf. conchlúid.

con-glúaisi v(glúaisid). Alsocomglúaisid. moves,stirs . Intrans.
congluaisfi fonn fudomna, SR 8297 .conglúaisim romaind,
15 Mer. Uil.² 41 .co crithnaig ┐ co comgluais in cruindi, TTebe
3039 .gibé crioch ina ccomhghlúaisfe, Misc. Hag. Hib.
107.29 .comgluaisidh`becomes . . . mobile', Rosa Ang.
330.13 .gur chomhghluais íochtar an locha for a uachtar,
Maguires of F. 3 . Trans.:créad dochomhghlúas tú gonuige
20so? Ériu v 98.29 .
Vn. cf. comglúasacht.

congna n(-ae)io (a) horn(s),antler(s): a c. ¤ . . . Cingsiu . . . dia
congno(of a stag), LU 5182 - 3 (TBC).oss foceird a c. ¤ ,
Triads 105 (congan, p. 38).co ndernsat cetheora tulcha . . .
25dia n-iṅgnib ┐ dia coṅgnaib, LL 22540 ( Dinds. 158 ).uiss
. . . cuna mbennaib ┐ cona coṅgnaib úasu, MU² 384 .bun
in ch. ¤ , Acall. 2917 .benn ch. ¤ fíadha`the point of a deer's
horn
', Buile S. 144.6 .táin do ghnáth i nglas ch. ¤ with horns
entangled
, DDána 99.13 .
30(b)The materialhorn: do chloich no charraic no c. ¤ ,
LU 6420 .cnes congnai imbi(of Fer Díad, seeconganchnes),
TBC² 2365 =cneas coineagna, RC x 341.33 .trí bera
congnai`spears of horn', BDD 114A .crios comdhaingen . . .
codhna, RC x 341.28 .
35Note also:meamur c. ¤ ferrdha fir(ofmembrum virile),
Met. Gl. Ff. 46 .a c. ¤ cliabaigh(in lampoon), IT iii 103 § 197 .
tri mna . . . co conngnaib bansidha caps(?), RC v 204.10 .
ro chuir an ciormhaire a c. ¤ amach, TFrag. 222.z (expld.
in note asmachineorinstrument, perh.fuller's sign).
40In n. loc.Cnoc in ch. ¤ , Acall. 6449 .
Compds. seecongan-.

congnach adj o, ā(congna):carrfhiadh comhmór caomhch.
with fair antlers, Eachtra Uill. 2732 . Assubst. in c. ¤ cruaidh
(an ox), Acall. 4451 .

45 congnaid n(con-guin):c. ¤ gl.punctrix, Ml. 19b9 . ?c. ¤ ech .i.
aiten[n] nó echlasc, Anecd. iii 43.23 .

congnaide adj(congna) rough,horny,impenetrable :dāig [cnes?]
coṅgnaidhi imbi(of Fer Díad), TBC² 2209 (seeconganchnes).
gnuis coignide caol swarthy , Ériu i 138.20 (chrocnaide,
50 Murphy Lyrics 9.10 ).don erbull chruaidh . . . comnuidi
`horny(?) tail', St. Ercuil 1323 . ?gur bo cnesbuailte,
comnuidhe do cendaib na gcraisech a gcollaib na cath-
miled, MR 254.17 .
In sobriquet:do Chóemgen chrúaid ch. ¤ (codnaige,v.l.)
55(`stern ally'), Met. Dinds. iii 240.10 .

congnam [u,]m. g s. -ama,conganta.Vn.ofcon-gní.cung-
namh,congnamh m., IGT Decl. § 47 . Verbs § 44 . Also
cumnam,cumnad.cunnamhain, O'C. 956 ( H. 3. 18,413a ). See alsos. congbál and2 cunnamain.
comnadh, ZCP vi 48.3 .congnomad, MR 296.3 .g s. chug-
60anta, MR 80.17 .comhanta, TD 16.49 .d s. congnomha
(:Mogha), Caithr. Thoirdh. 50.19 .act ofhelping,aiding,
assisting;help,aid :cungnum oc indill each . . . iasacht
cungnuma do baethaib, Laws v 490.1 .coimthecht coṅgnam
caín(rhet.), LL 14372 .cunum béil ┐ láimhe help in word
65and deed
, Hy Maine 161.4 .na conganta budh cáir dhamh,
IGT Decl. ex. 1278 .cabair na cughnómad, MR 238.16 .
áireamh do ríoghradh / nach congnamh a mbeith líonmhar
`their numerousness avails you not', Content. v 126 .ar
chleith cunga (sic) eturra`all help being denied him', Caithr.
70Thoirdh. 129.21 . Gramm. of mutations in case of words
beg. with vowels:trí conganta na nguthaidhe ó chonn-
suinibh(t, n, h), IGT Introd. § 18 .
With prepp.do chongnum ┐ do chobair dóibh, TTr.²
1687 .do cunnadh do Sir B., ZCP vi 296.11 .do chuṅgnam
75frimm anmain, Fél. Ep. 296 .adeochosa . . . inna husci do
ch. ¤ frim, LU 5513 (TBC).dogénsa congnom latt, LU 6088 n.
ar chongnum leo`for helping them', RC xvii 406.20 (Tig.).
congnamh liom fam leigin suas, DDána 26.32 .biaidh
congnamh ardnaomh Éireann / ar shluagh . . . Ó gC. help
80against
, 95.21 .cuiridh-si cumnadh aran cathraigh do gach
taebh di`put auxiliaries round the city', St. Ercuil 2133 .naoi
fichit ponnta . . . hi ccongnamh as a help, Hugh Roe² 188.8 .
Attrib.g s. a n-aés conganta helpers, FM vi 2270.1 .
dochuir fios ar a cairdibh conganta, BNnÉ 168 § 4 .'n-a
85fhior chonganta, DDána 104.5 .do rinn ceardcha an
chungnuma(a leader), IGT Verbs ex. 399 .