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con-utainc v(*com-uss-ding-, see Ped. ii 505 ). On variation
-uinc(Wb.)-aing(Ml.) see Thurn. Gramm. 108 .Indic.
pres. 1 s. cunutgimgl.architector, Sg. 141a1 .3 s. intí
conutunig (leg.-utuing) min peccthugl.si cuius opus
60arserit, Wb. 8d2 .comaitecht . . . con-utuinc in n-irissgl.
caritas . . . aedificat, 10b28 .cotofutaincsiref. toDei aedi-
ficatio estis, 8c16 .Pass. nóchonutangar gl.comit[at?]ur,
Ml. 14c5 .Ipv. 3 s. comtangad cách forcital Crist, Wb. 31c15 .
Subj. pres.andfut.(see Thurn. Gramm. 410 )pass. s.
65 conutastar cech doér`will be set up', RC xxvi 38 § 190 .i.
con turcebthar, LL 24728 .nī nī nach breth . . . nā bī
(rectebi) fri canōin cāid cumthastar (cumtastar,v.l.) that
is not drawn up according to holy canon
, Corm. Y 1224
(106.19) .conutsat they will build, Trip.² 346 .Impf. 1 s.
70 conutsingl.cudere, BCr. 37d2 .Pret.andperf. 3 s. leis-som
a tech . . . ┐ is he oidrotig, gl.qui fabricauit, Wb. 33a2 .
ɔrotaiggl.substruxit, Ml. 40d5 .ri . . . / conrotaig cechṅgrád
hicri, SR 5275 .isairi conrotoich dia á gnimu indigl.opera
sua probaret esse perfecta, Thes. ii 31.26 (Bv.). ?isæn
75mhuimi . . . conrothacht gaisgedh duíbh, RC xv 66.2 =is o
énmummi . . . conrotacht, LU 6189 (TBC).Pass. maic B.
las cumtacht tor mB., Fianaig. 28.22 .di chossecrad inna
cathrach conrōtacht la Duaidgl.psalmus laudis renouationis
domús Dauid, Ml. 48d27 (freq., also as archaism in late texts).
80?conrotsus, Hugh Roe 162.21 =conrotsad, Hugh Roe²
172.9 (forcon-rótacht?).is leis cetna rochumtacht cathir,
Rawl. 69b15 .3 p. it he conrótgatar in cathraiggl.fundasse, Sg.
32b6 .Pass. conrotachtá, LU 8056 ( FB 2 ).conrótachta,
TTr.² 208 .
85 Vn. cumtach, whence simplevb. cumtaigid.Part. 1 cum-
tachtae
.
(a) builds,constructs :(i)s hé som immurgu conrōtaig in
tegdais, Wb. 33a5 .ro chumtaig dún, LU 215 .amal
chumtaiges . . . inna curpu móra, 2597 .isi insi is dech
conrotacht inn-iarthar domain the island with the best
5buildings
, Anecd. i 1.4 ( SCano 4 ).ind aimsir A. rocumdacht,
Dinds. 91 ( RC xvi 41 ).baile sin conrodacht for ur an mhara,
FM v 1860.14 .
(b) Somet. with additional implication of decorating,
embellishing :is [s]crín noeb conutaiṅg ór decorated with gold,
10 LL 36795 ( Fél. 156.14 ).ro cúmdacht . . . in imscing . . . o
mairgretaib, Alex. 589 =conrotagtha, ZCP xxx 125.5 .
conrottacht in t-imdorn fessin d'ór, LL 32359 (TTr.).
(c) In more abstract applications:co-ta-utaing`supports
them
' (viz. timentes Dominum), Ml. 36a18a .is eimh cumduigit
15 etymol. gl. on imus cumtaiget, Laws ii 282.4 Comm.
conutaing . . . Senchán ┐ rocuir hi cairtlibur reconstructed(?)
(of TBC), Eg. 1782,87b (cited Meyer Contribb. 485 ).Cf.
conutaing duine dán, Anecd. v 23.8 . ?comitaing firrsi
ismō cach ferann, 28.1 .rocumdaigh comtinōl innte
20 established a community(in a monastery), RC xii 324 § 11 .
Ollamh Fódla . . . / do chéad-chumhdaigh Feis Teamhrach
initiated, Content. xxviii 42 .ga líon aicme ro céd-
chumhdaigheadh innte(of an alphabet), IGT Introd. § 1.5 .
(d) In later lang. coversover,enshrines,protects,preserves
25(cumtaigid):documdaighedh lais [croch Críst] a Ros Comán,
RC xviii 43.30 (Tig.).cuimdeochaid se mo thaisi, BCC 41 .
do chumhdaigh a chend annsan aislene, Smaointe B. Chr.
4490 involvere, Gloss.do chumhdaigh tu me ot shubhail-
chibh, 5490 praecingere, Gloss.chumhduighios lé seadar=
30 ceiled with cedar, Jer. xxii 14 .Día mór romc[h]umhdaighfea,
ZCP viii 202.29 .sídh is cogadh cumhdoighidh(of anger)
`it contains peace and war', Studies 1921, 588 § 1 .mór do
chreachuibh nach cumhduighidh does not stint, Aithd. D.
6.50 .

35 cóor: n c. ¤ vellocc réltoetfoilsichthogl.locum, Wb. 12d15 .

1 copach adj(cupa):c. ¤ cuachach duanach(of nobility) `liberal
of cups
', Oss. v 136.13 .

2 copach: adj ingen druth . . . / . . . donnch. ¤ with dun-coloured
coif
(?), IT iii 98.10 . Seecopp.

40 copail n(d s.):ata scribta ina c. ¤ (of sword) ` pommel (?)', Grail
2878 (O. Fr.copel, p. xxx).

copar n o,m.(Engl.(?) loanword).c. ¤ m., IGT Decl. § 17 .
copper :do copur, do glaine is do carrmogal, Acall. 807 v.l. i
gc. ¤ na coire, TSh. 1353 .d'fhionndruinn ┐ do ch. ¤ , Trompa na
45bhF. 7051 . Of coinage:monadh nua do theacht i nÉirinn
.i. c. ¤ , FM v 1498.9 .bonn a ceathair don ch. ¤ `the fourth of a
groat in copper
', Tribes of Ireland 78.8 .

copchaille n(copp+1 caille) head-veil,coif :do foraithmet in
ch. ¤ boi im chend Crist ina ádnocul`coif', ZCP xvii 230.3 =in
50capchaille, Laud 610,28a1 cited Meyer Contribb. 485 .
in copchálli .i. breit, ZCP xvii 230.8 .cona c. ¤ gaile fo cend,
Aisl. MC 122.35 .in copcaille buidi fuil im cheand for
mathar, BB 299b18 .meli[s] .i. copcailli, Corm. Y 953 .mele
.i. c. ¤ , calladha, no bréide bhíde ar cheannaibh ban, O'Cl.
55 Cf. coipe .i. caille dub [ut est] mac cope .i. do nither re mac
caille, O'Dav. 415 .

copchaillech adj(copchaille):i rechtaib ban copc[h]aillech
`disguised as veiled women', ZCP viii 276.7 .

copga n(copp+ga, C. O'Rahilly, Éigse ix 181 , Campbell, 251 ):
60 copgha cneasuigthe dá gach cneidh chuas-domhain, TSh.
2312 `tufied head of tent or probe', O'Rahilly loc. cit.

coplestar n(cup(a)+lestar):a cuachaib a cornaib a coplestraib,
LL 12804 ` cup-vessels ', RC xiv 438 .

copp nalsocoppa(OEcopp, MEcoppe, C. O'Rahilly, Éigse
65 ix 181 - 2 ;cf. Ling. Val. 72 ) crest,tuft . Med. in phr.ga c. ¤ =
copga:ga cop do cur sa cneid, Éigse ix 182.8 .dentur amail
ga copa ┐ cuirtear a mbel na cneidhe, 23 K 42,423.17 .ga
copa do chadas, 424.3 .ga copa do cur sa chneidh ┐ a
connmáil oslaicthi, O'Gr. Cat. 274.35 . Perh. also in:co
70n-erracht in muir . . . ina coppib glegela, LL 31803 (TTr.;
seecoipp).cassithir rethe copad, LU 7253 (BDD).coppad,
7328 . ?dorinde cupa cumduig da cloicenn, ZCP xiii 181.16 .
Compds. seecopchaille,copga.

coppán n o,m.(copp< Lat.cuppa, Ling. Val. 72 ). Alsocu-,
75 ca-. cup,goblet :copángl.hic cupus, Ir. Gl. 479 .eter . . .
curna ┐ copana, LU 1626 .tricha coppán créduma, TFerbe
406 .cupáin aici is caeim-eascra, Acall. 783 .muirn fa
macamaibh / cuirm a copanaibh, IGT Metr. Faults § 65 .
bít ag imchar chéri as ch. ¤ , Decl. ex. 101 .bledhi airgid, ┐
80copān airgid, RC xvii 52.11 (Tig.).ar nglacadh an chopáin
dó, Mk. xiv 23 .coinne ris na copánaibh san teach óla,
TSh. 10341 .gilla copáin cupbearer , L.Chl. Suibhne 33 .
Inpnsobriquet:D. mac Concobuir in Copain, AU ii 404.22 =
ALC i 534.6 .
85As measure:lestar tomus isin copan bicc, Laws v 40.22
Comm. im choppánaib cormleanna, LL 32785 ( TTr. 1997 ).
lán copain do mhidh, Lism. L. 2736 .an té ibhios a chapán a
ndiaigh altuighthe, Mac Aingil 6467 .