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cairdemail adj i(1 cara).caraideamhail, Maguires of F. 80 .
friendly . Of persons:daíne . . . cendsa cairdemla, LL 31670
( TTr. 857 ).ben mo cheneoil cartemail, 376a21 .nī cáirdemail
85atā Conaire, ML² 325 .nír'sam cennais cairdemhail(of
soldiers), CCath. 1708 .borb-sluag . . . croda, c. ¤ `united', MR
194.11 .fer . . . cennais cairdemhail, Hugh Roe² 52.21 . In
other applications:ar ccumann bud c. ¤ , Ériu xvii 24 § 27 .
naímdemail nad charddemail sain, TBC 6010 .tir cairdiumail
do Troiannaib, Aen. 62 .failti cundail cardemail, Cog. 156.14 .
5 comhairle chaoin cháirdeamhail, ML 6.22 .Adv. co c. ¤ ,
PH 7167 .

cairdemlacht n[ā,f.] (cairdemail) friendliness :in sidh ┐ in c. ¤
búi eter na sloghu, CCath. 2443 .

cairdes n uando,m.(1 cara) (a) friendship :adsluindmeit ar
10cardes fris, Thes. ii 301.25 ( Hy. i 15 gl .).is desin robui
cairdius in micc Oig ┐ A., RC iii 347.2 .luid . . . do athchor
a chairdessa for C., LU 6017 (TBC) `to renounce his friendship
with
', Faraday(71 . Or in sense (b) ?).ón ch. ¤ -sin bói di-a
athair fri H., PH 6955 .ata mo ch. ¤ risna deib, TTebe 1778 .
15 tré dul a c. ¤ a nāmad, ML² 193 .mar chairdeas táinig ó a
thoigh`in friendship', Dán Dé xxi 13 .ní cáir ceangal a
chairdeis, Celtica iv 113 § 9 .an righan do pósais ara gradh
┐ ara c. ¤ ┐ ara deghdeilbh, St. Ercuil 2458 .
Insexualsenselove,cohabitation etc. , see Stud. in E. Ir.
20Law 113 .atchobhair in Dagda ben Ealcmair do ch. ¤ collaidhe,
ZCP v 523.12 .cardes mo [ṡ]liasta-sa fessin, TBC 97 .do
ingin E. ropáil M. F. na carddes, LL 271b32 ( Fing. R. 37 ).
mór mban foúarais cardes, 255a39 .mad poc tolchar co
lan-chartius feli=cum plena membrorum conexione, Ériu
25 vii 144 § 28 .mna . . . cairdeasa`lemans', FM ii 1100.24 .
(b) alliance,covenant,pact :dogníat c. ¤ ┐ tíagait la Ingcel
co rrólsat a ndibeirg lais, LU 6729 ( BDD 23 ).rogniset c. ¤
etarru=foedus, Lat. Lives 22 . ?benfat sa mo chardes
immole frib, Rawl. 70b3 .c. ¤ nó dluthadgl.pactum, Gild.
30Lor. 61 .caradradh do cholna .i. c. ¤ cíche ┐ glúine,
Ériu xiii 45.22 (seecích).caidhe do greim damh abhus / do chairdis,
do chomḟogus, ZCP vii 302.5 .iornaidhm a chairdesa fris,
Hugh Roe² 96.17 .
(c)(blood)relationship, (family)relationship;kinship :cain
35cairdesa .i. in corusa fine law of (family?) relationship (or
of military alliance?)
, Laws v 364.8 .ní faicsiu ar cairdeas
do, Anecd. i 2.8 `our kinship with him is not nearer',
SCano 24n. Cf. Ériu iv 176.19 .do-m-araill c. ¤ fodi / do síl F.G.,
Lib. Hymn. 17.7 . ?ro ḟaemsat bith cnes ri cnes / ciar
40chloensat in carddes, LL 17409 .mar ro chummad a c. ¤ ,
Ériu xvi 160 § 2 .a cuisib cairdiusa, MR 116.17 .cairdis mac
Caim . . . do chlainn Chāin, ZCP iv 236.18 .
Note further:tánic B. . . . / . . . cosin cairdeas`to the
love-tryst
', Met. Dinds. iii 36.26 . ?marbthair Trustiu i
45Trustin tes / mesti din chaem a cairddes, LL 20048 .
(d) In phr.c. ¤ Críst sponsorship :nach diongnaid cáirdes
Crīost lé . . .`that they be not God-Mothers unto', RSClára 24b .
Associated in annals with the binding of pacts:B. R. h.
Briain . . . do gabail i mebail do mac Iarla Chlair, iar ndenam
50cardisa Crist doib ┐ iar cur a fola a n-oensoithech ┐ iar tabairt
mind Muman ┐ clocc ┐ bachall da cheli doib, Ann. Conn.
1277.2 =iar ndenamh cairdis criost re raile doibh,
FM iii 426.14 (i.e.after one of them had been sponsor to the other's
child in baptism, O'Don.).co ná haincedh ceall na dún na
55c. ¤ Criost na comluighe`gossipred', ii 858.3 .
Hence of persons gossip,sponsor :ar slanaib maithi Gall
┐ D. C. h. Briain a cairdiusae Crist, Ann. Conn. 1225.16 =
FM iii 228.6 .as lor dhiobh (sic) na cairdeasa Criosd do
thabhairt fhreagra . . . ar a son, Luc. Fid. 1935 .do bheth
60. . . na ccáirdesa críosd ag . . ., RSClára 106b .don bhaisdeadh
. . . ┐ do na cairdiosaibh Crīosd, Parrth. Anma 2791 .da
chardis Crist, Ann. Conn. 1236.3 .a altronna ┐ a chairdissidhe
Criost, ALC ii 240.6 .da cliamuin ┐ da c. ¤ Crist,
RC xviii 157.6 ( Keat. iii 4862 ).ge ro bhaoi na cairdeas Críost ag an
65iustis, FM iii 284.6 .
Hencec. gossipred,sponsorship :iar ndligud chardessa,
RC xxv 248.1 .mat (leg.nach) beidíd síad fam c. ¤ `under my
gossipred
', BCC 290.13 .
Compd.naomh fa cáirdes-bocc cumann, BNnÉ 283.24 .

70 cairdide adj io, iā(cairde):ri cairdi ba cairdidi friendly , LL 19182 .

cairdige adj(1 cairdech):fa taobh leice do luighis lōr do chairdighe,
ZCP xii 384.21 .lór an chairdighe`what love!' Dán Dé xvi 22 .

cairdigidir v(cairde):cairdigtergl.federari, Ml. 126c21 . See
cairdinigidir.

75 cairdinál n m.(Lat. or Engl. loanword. From ANcardinal, Risk § 118 ). Form variable. cardinal :
cardinail Eoin adbal, Gorm. June 25 .na carthanail do bi
faris an Papa, ZCP x 234.8 .cairdionál, FM ii 1094.13 .
cardináil comharbai Phetair, Ann. Inisf. 1202.7 = ALC i
226.18 .dobhi . . . in-a-charthanáil, RC xi 399.2 .cairtheanall
80mór(St. Bonaventure), Celtica iv 145 § 134 .cardionál do
chardionálaibh, RSClára 31a .adhnacol ┐ tomba chardenāl
Borromeo, Fl. Earls 96.y .ag na cardenēloip, 172.6 .comhairle
an chairdionáil, Beatha S.F. 2316 .go haimsir an Cháirdionál
I. P., Keat. iii 337 .a dhá chairtinoil déc, SG 31.23 .i gcoinne
85Charthanóir B., Eochairsg. 21.27 .cartanail, De Contemptu
4 (cartanóir,v.l.).