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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 .

coppóc n ā,f.(cf. coppán) dock-leaf :achoss copoigí / aluirgní
feadoigi(term of abuse), IT iii 102 § 185 .copog ┐ glais
5léna, H 3.18,85b . lapasium.i. an copog ┐ atáit .3. gnéi urri
.i. copog coitcinn ┐ corr copog ┐ samadh, Arch. i 329.118 .
In n. loc.go topar na gcopocc, O'C. 1144 ( H. 3. 18,455 ).
Transf.a ndéanaim gur copóga would be worthless, Ó Bruad.
ii 198.4 .

10 copur nin title of tale:De Chophur in da muccida, IT iii
243 =chuphur, 235 `der Zeugung', 248 (see p. 260 n.).C. ¤ .i.
coimpert no comginimainut estC. ¤ in da mhucaidhe, ┐ ní
córa lium sin ná commórtus in dá mhucaide, 276 § 1 .Cupar
in Da Mucadha, Anecd. ii 43.15 .cupar .i. coimpert no
15geineamhain, O'Cl.

1 cor n o,m.Later alsocur,car,cora,cura,cara.Vn.of
fo-ceird.c. ¤ car (an tsíl ┐ na bḟíach ┐ na sligheadh ┐ fuaras . . .
┐ atá orum) . . . c. ¤ (an eich . . . car an eich .l.) g s. -uir,m.,
IGT Decl. § 69 .cur (an tsíl) g s. cora m., § 70 .cura cora
20cara (an tṡíl) m., § 2 . Verbs § 58 .c. ¤ a curvo , O'Mulc.
369 .in c. ¤ , 499 .fuirmeal .i. cur, O'Cl.
1 act ofputting,placing;settingup,etc.in a wide variety
of contexts:mórfessiur . . . oc c. ¤ cacha h-óenslaite(of building
a house), LU 8059 ( FB 2 ).áes feig . . . do ch. ¤ i n-óenfecht
25dia saichthin to send, 6145 (TBC).gan Aenach C. do c[h]ur
not to hold, Ériu xviii 62 § 20 . ?ar c. ¤ bissexa, LL 17463 .
a chur ind`it shall be forfeited', Laws i 160.15 Comm. bid
teora bliadna os úir gen a cur(of transplanting trees),
Marco P. 165 .gan cur ná treabhadh soisgéoil planting,
30 Mac Aingil 5005 . ?ac cur na sáraighthedh dictating the
cases of s.
, O'Gr. Cat. 120.2 .clú M. ar c. ¤ a caemna`has
established her protection
', Studies 1920, 419.12 .c. ¤ eich
spurring on a horse, Aithd. D. 77.27 .gan inghean . . . ré
cur síoda ná gréis`wearing silk or embroidery', Keat. ii 2770 .
35 an fhuinneóg . . . ar a mbī cur cléthe nó gráta=garnished
with a strong grate of iron
, RSClára 93b .ag cur chru`shoeing
a horse
', FM iv 694.18 . ?sciath . . . do chur ber ┐ sleg ┐
saiget for . . . warding off(?), LL 24895 .
2Infigura etymologica:ní chuirfi c. ¤ búada de`will not
40win thereby
', Trip. 78.9 .noconfōicher c. ¤ dia chind he won't
stir his head
, TBC² 706 (cf. ni lamad c. ¤ de he dared not
budge
, LU 726 ).co rolád c. ¤ isin dúnad take a turn round the
camp
, 154 (LU).asbér is c. ¤ roda lláus immudu that I have
simply lost it
, TBFr. 168 .ba he met rolad c. ¤ dia indtleacht
45na hingine such an impression was made on the girl's mind,
ZCP xiii 262.20 .is níor fhéad c. ¤ do chur dhi could not stir it,
DDána 102.25 . Note further:do ghrádh ód thriath ná till
ch. ¤ `turn not by a single point thy devotion away', Magauran
2362 .
50 3 act ofthrowing,casting :c. ¤ .i. urchor, O'Cl. di ch. ¤ cruinn
da-cer dul issa mmuir`from casting (the) lot' (gl.de ligno
sortis), Tur. 132 .c. ¤ cloiche(a game), Celtica viii 149.21 .cur
liac putting the stone, RC ix 454.18 .c. ¤ ṅdeiled, Ériu iv
30.10 .ag cur dhísle, Studies 1923, 599 § 15 .foscaigthe na
55crann do chur fó thuaid don gréin that the trees were casting
shadows
, CCath. 1581 .gan fhuil a chnis / do ch. ¤ , Ériu xvi
134 § 53 .le car snechta, IGT Decl. ex. 246 .lé linn . . . na
gceath soin do chur, Keat. ii 2287 . Hence of feats,etc.:oc
cur in rothclessa performing , LU 8844 .ag c. ¤ iomána, RC
60 xxix 116 § 13 . Note also:le cur claidem by plying the sword.
Hy Fiachr. 190.z . Of sounds:c. ¤ ndelma, Ériu xvi 82.34 .
a ngair ag a cur uttering cries, RC xiii 7.7 . Freq. of battles,
slaughters,etc.:robu coscrach dia chur / a gleten fri diäbul
`he was victorious from fighting his battle', Blathm. 175 .
65 dotháet c. ¤ mo diberga de, LU 7067 = BDD² 658 (`plundering',
Gloss.).gan cath do c[h]ur, Ériu xviii 62 § 23 .ar cur
āir after inflicting slaughter, BColm. 90.19 .fer cora
choscair, IGT Decl. ex. 729 . Note also:corrthuafail (= c. ¤
thuaithbil ?) gaoithe whirlwind , Corp. Astron. 112.17 .gaotha
70corr-thuaithbhil, 160.24 .
4 act ofletting go,discarding :grís chaomh ar car a smáil,
IGT Decl. ex. 1066 .ag car chnúais, ex. 594 .gach cnú chorr
ag cur a bláoisce, KMMisc. 172.31 .
5In a variety of idioms with prepp. (only a small selection
75can be given from a very wide range, especially where the
later lang. is concerned):c. ¤ lame ardodced getting involved
in misfortune
, Wb. 29b18 .car Mhoighe Aoí ar aitreabhadh
renewing husbandry in Mag nAí, Ms. Mat. 564.21 .c. ¤ ar
comrād fri canōin`intentness on (?) conversing with the
80canon
', Ériu ii 65 § 11 .barr do chara ar an gceól gcrot,
Studies 1919, 612 § 6 .dom char ort, DDána 90.12 `com-
mending me to thee
', Ir. Monthly 1920, 53 .ag cur mheic ar
ḟer nÍ. imputing to, IGT Decl. ex. 1266 .cur chuca`interfere
with them
', TSh. 10169 .eolas gacha conaire no cingfitis
85do chur go crích doibh to lead them all the way wherever
they went
, BNnÉ 51 § 40 .ainm in míl-sin cen chur de
(chev.;in full?precisely?), Met. Dinds. ii 428.41 .cen a ch. ¤
de, ZCP viii 268 § 44 .atá an chruinne dom chur (v.l.) dhí
is discarding me, Dán Dé xxviii 24 .c. ¤ gortha don ghalldacht
`they undertake to set the Pale ablaze', Studies 1920, 417.14 .
5 ag cur do chum an bhaile do ghabhail attempting, FM v
1846.1 .C. . . . do ch. ¤ do cum báis, vi 2368.15 .xx tunda
fina do cur fo tir were cast ashore, Ann. Conn. 1310.10 .ic
a cur for dail mbicc treating it as a small matter, CCath.
5014 .dám thrír táncatar ille / dá cur ra (= fri) Find,
10 LL 29302 `sich . . . zu gesellen', Festschr. Stokes 9 .cur ré
tuicsin cumacht an Airdrig to attempt to understand, Ériu
ii 146 § 165 .decair c. ¤ ré draoidheacht ndéin contend with,
Duan. Finn i 40.21 .cur red chlú ní chúala adding to, compet-
ing with, the equal of
(?), A. Ó Dalaigh iv 1 . Withi n-agaid,
15seeA 85.33 ff. ar c. ¤ hi far selbad-si`putting ourselves into
your possession
', Wb. 8d26 .is c. ¤ anma [ ] i mod
confuses the spirit, Ériu xx 196 § 21 .cara im cheann to
oppose me
, Dán Dé xix 20 .Cf. C 125.5 dia c. ¤ i cóic dividing
it into five
, Ériu iv 154.6 .a chur a gcrích uile=the whole
20disposing thereof
, Prov. xvi 33 .cach dá chur sin a n-ingnad
air everyone marvelling at that, BCC 85 .gan iad féin le
chéile ag cur`that they pull not together', O'Gr. Cat. 408.10 .
rígh is sochair lén doirbh cur whom it is difficult to oppose,
Content. xiv 55 .gan c. ¤ le gan laghdugadh without addition,
25 ZCP ii 350.10 .c. ¤ do sétche uáit putting away thy wife, Wb.
10a21 .iar n-a chur roimhe rí Alban do ghairm de féin
proposing, Keat. i 206.70 .do ch. ¤ súlae taris`to cast my eyes
over it
', Mon. Tall. 136.22 .in c. ¤ tar cenngl.euersio, Ml.
36d23 . 72b12 . 99d7 .huan ch. ¤ dar cénngl.auersione,
30 118a15 .
6With follg. adv.:iar na chur amach . . . co`after it had
been reported . . . that
', FM vi 2226.16 . ?Íosa 's a dhá
asbal déag / deacroide cur re a gcoimhéad / brath 'n-a
mbun ó thigh do tigh / cur a-mach ar an muinntir, Dán Dé
35 xxi 22 . ?is ferr do neoch a ch. ¤ ass to give up(of unrequited
love), LU 3943 ( SC 44 ).ni bhi ga chur as ach sibal an re
there is nothing interfering with it, Ir. Astr. Tr. 102.10 .ar
mhórán do reachtaibh . . . iar n-a gcur síos written down,
Keat. ii 4739 .teampall chille R. do ch. ¤ suas`was re-erected',
40 FM iii 590.16 .cur suas de Dhia to renounce, E. O'Rahilly
295.16 .óna neithibh atá agam' ch. ¤ timcheall=a circum-
dantibus me, TSh. 4264 .
Transferred meanings.
7 leap,twist;throw (in wrestling):ro lá c. ¤ n-iach n-erred
45de i n-arda, MU² 952 ,cf. E 144.16, 23.c. ¤ fo laim [no prep]
(of a horse), Laws iii 180.17 Comm. tuc léim láidir ┐ car,
SG 26.28 .troid beó fa comthruime cur, IGT Decl. ex. 529 .
c. ¤ arrachta`a powerful throw', St. Ercuil 1136 .Cf. rolá in
scrín . . . curu dí, Fél. 76.38 .
50 8 twist,coil :anncoir gorm fa choraibh do chábla, óir,
MR 349.z .snas donn a cúil 'na caraib, Prolegomena 45
§ 27 .c. ¤ d'irbull in dragun a timcill an leogain, ZCP vi
61.16 .ro latraigseat curu imm na cathaib`umkreisten',
Alex. 247 =ro lasat curudu,etc,. ZCP xxx 113 .
55 9 twist,detour,circuitin road,etc.: curugl.giros, BCr.
18b2 .do bretha c. ¤ n-imruill fothuaid ┐ fodess do na sluagaib
were led astray, LL 7931 (TBC).ar doirthi na c. ¤ `des
Weges
', ZCP xxx 136.10 (Alex.).téid c. ¤ seach an gcathraigh
neamhdha`takes a course past Heaven', Dán Dé xxxi 21 .
60 c. ¤ sligheadh, PBocht 3.25 .c. ¤ fo chosán=cenn fa eite
(punctuation mark in Ir. MSS.), O'Don. Gramm. 434 .Fig.
do choraibh trúagha an talmhan vicissitudes, IGT ex. 770 .
biaid cur da findfam there is a way of finding out, MU² 879 .
c. ¤ .i. cuairt, O'Cl.
65 10 tune,melody :c. ¤ .i. ceol, O'Cl. cass c. ¤ cuirt[her] guth
ín luin, IT iii 19 § 53 .do sinn slithi senma cuir ┐ puirt,
Fianaig. 58.14 .lucht athlaimhe ar choraibh ceoil, DDána
17.19 .ag senm a ch. ¤ (a bird), IGT Metr. Faults§ 61 .
?nōnbor āesa cerdd[a] ina sessam imbi oc cur na clīara,
70 Corm. Y 141 =occantain (no ocur), Corm. 7 .
11In phrases:in cursa this time, LL 7650 (TBC).na
bris dúin cairptiu . . . meni bethe ar in t-ṡluagud-sa a ch. ¤ sa,
8211 `now', Táin 648 .den chursin`in that moment', Mon.
Tall. 148.14 .don chur sa, LU 6303 .dind ara chur`for the
75second time
', Met. Dinds. iii 4.33 .cedna cur, FM ii 800.2 .
ar ch. ¤ éigin=aliquo modo, Rial. S.F. 1691 .ar éunch.at all
(after neg. vb.), Parrth. Anma 2448 .gan a deunamh ar ch. ¤
ar bith, Rule of Tall. 27 .ar aonch. ¤ ar bith, Párl. na mB.
308 .ar chor oile=aliter, TSh. 6482 .ar an uile ch. ¤ in every
80way
, A. Ó Dálaigh l 2 .ar dhá ch. ¤ `for two reasons', PBocht
13.21 .ar gach c. ¤ in every way, Measgra D. 70.15 .as gach
cur, Anecd. ii 62 .ar an gc. ¤ -sain thus, Dán Dé xviii 19 .ar
an gc. ¤ -sa O'Hara 1413 .ar an gc. ¤ gcéadna, PBocht 13.19 .
ar an cc. ¤ ad-chluinti`in the way you have heard', O'Hara
85 3098 .Cf. is é c. ¤ ar a ráinig ríoghacht Éireann C. this is
how
,etc., Keat. ii 3701 .imon c. ¤ cedna, Ériu viii 36.25 .c. ¤
fri c. ¤ together(?), ZCP v 487 § 15 .c. ¤ nach ffiorfa an fháisdini
`so that he shall not bring the forecast true', Duan. Finn ii 56.31 .
ar ch. ¤ nach feas dó, TSh. 740 . In phr.ar chur in the power of,
at the mercy of, at the disposal of
:coíca laech ara chur, Met.
5Dinds. iv 320.1 .ar mo ch. ¤ , Content. xiv 53 .ar chur ┐ fa
smacht Easpuig na Rómha, Keat. iii 11 . Hence in Keat.c. ¤
ar powerover:cur ┐ cumas aige . . . ar an eagluis(Peter),
Eochairsg. 6.37 .cur ag an mbás ar na seacht ndrongaibh
úd, TSh. 7893 .
10Legal.
12 contract . `Irish equivalent of thestipulatioof Roman
law, the solemn verbal contract', Críth Gabl. p. 81 . Freq.c. ¤
bél(wherebélsimply limits the general meaning ofcor act
ofputting; not properlyverbalas oppd. towritten contract ,
15which does not occur in early Irish law, Thurn. ZCP xv
307 - 8 ). Later in more general sense of bond,bargain,agree-
ment,guarantee,undertaking ,etc.:c. ¤ bēl, Cóic Con. Fug.
71.15 .cuir ┐ cundartha, 20.10 .for curu bél, Críth Gabl. 279 .
cur(d s.)┐ chairddiu, 373 .cintaib cuir (coir, MSS.)`to
20liabilities arising from contract
', 339 .ni c. ¤ c. ¤ for nemthe. for
eglais. for fhlaith. for éigsi, Ériu xiii 23.26 .cair cis lir
chuir dochuisin? Nin. A do; sochar, ┐ docor, Laws iii 4.5 .
acht na cuic curu ata taithmechta la feine, i 50.y .tellach
tar curu bel`entry notwithstanding verbal agreement`, v 210.2 .
25 raith fuasluictar coraib`a surety who is freed from contracts',
340.18 .fiadnaisi .i. fiadæ ro nass in c. ¤ , O'Mulc. 499 .dentar
lib iarṁbes cech cuir/ . . . / edpart matinda, SR 4401 .o
roscarsatar ar cuir since our bargain no longer holds(?),
1725 .in c. ¤ amra ronenaisc .i. comruc re hēnfer, TBC² 1185 .
30 c. ¤ . . . ┐ faesam rīg Hērenn . . . fair-sium protection(?), Fing.
R. 939 .fā choraibh ag cliaraibh, O'R. Poems 2036 `under
bonds
', Gloss.ná táeb ré c. ¤ Conaillech, IGT Decl. ex. 713 .
liom gé madh maith an c. ¤ chuinghim request , Measgra D.
61.103 .gurab uime do rinde se cuir re lucht na cathrach
35 covenant, ZCP xi 140.12 .aitherrach cuir do ch. ¤ don choróin
`to transfer the crown', FM vi 2258.13 .c. ¤ nō oibliogāid
riagla . . . S. Clára=the obligation of the Rvle, RSClára
145b . Of marriage-contract :issé dorigne curu a mathar fria
athair, BColm. 6 § 7 .tucusa c. ¤ ┐ coibchi duit amal as dech
40teít di mnaí, LL 7589 (TBC).maith risin mnáoi si amuigh /
amhuil mur snadhmar a cuir, KMMisc. 346.19 .
13Later in sense surety,guarantor (cf. aitire,naidm,ráth):
caide c. ¤ ? tricha fear; caide arrae cuir? coic fir déc, O'C.
347 ( H. 3. 18,191 -2).c. ¤ .i. urraidh téid an urradhas, O'Cl.
45 it cora a fine fadeisin forra, Laws v 128.18 .fiacha do thobairt
a laim an cuir, O'C. 299 ( H. 3. 18,165 ).cata cuir con-
daigi? . . . Na trí gillai etc., MU² 72 .Rauphel lium doráith /
os cind cecha cuir, KMMisc. 255.1 .cuir ┐ rátha, Duan.
Finn iii 246 .ná (leg.na?) cuirsi do dheimnigh dún / na
50cuisne eighridh d'ḟadúdh, IGT Decl. ex. 368 . Note also:
coro greis in t-ōclach na curu i cenn in rig .i. muir ┐ gaeth ┐
grian ┐ eoitheoir ┐ firmaimint, Dinds. 81 ( RC xvi 32 ).
Less explicitly:tecait cura daingne dó, Met. Dinds. iii
178.153 .ni epér . . . co m-bet cuir dam fria`pledges', Aisl.
55MC 23.1 .neart ar do choraibh ┐ ar do shlāntaibh, Feis TC
996 . In follg. late exx. thepl.form prob. means guarantee(s),
undertaking,term(s): ro naidhmsiot a ccura . . . amhlaidh sin,
FM vi 2172.2 .gur ro naidhm a cura fris`league', iii 126.13 .
tugadar cuir ┐ slána do Mhogh N., ML 8.12 .ro naidhmset a
60ccura friss`they . . . fixed terms with him', Hugh Roe² 132.13 .
In later lang. in various transferred andFig.meanings.
14Attrib.g s. cuir. Precise meaning unknown. See TD
1.6 note.go Cruachain cuir, Fen. 182.20 .C. P. na g-call
g-cuir, Hy Fiachr. 46.10 .Of treesetc.(us. transl.planted):
65 a lubhghort cuir, Sc. G. St. iv 66 § 29 .an dá chraoibh chuir
`those two firm planted branches', Magauran 2064 . Of
buildings:teaghdhais chumhang na gcloch gcuir`piled stones',
PBocht 27.19 .sluagh na síodh ccorrbhroghach ccuir
`strong round-terraced elf-mounds', O'Hara 3329 .asin cloich
70cuir(in wall), LB 157a63 . Note further:fear . . . go gcuirnín
cuir, Hackett xliv 48 .ón chliabhán chuir, Duan. Finn ii
62.y .in treas cleitin cuir`casting javelin', 24.17 .for cai cuir
`upon the road of a circuit' (of poets), Auraic. 2221 . ?cá
bhfuil fós caomhnuime gcuir(not transl.), Content. xxviii
7562 (seecunnuimne).a haon trí céd cadla cuir, FM i 562.1 .
15 act ofoverthrowing,defeating;defeat,reverse :a ch. ¤ do Bh.
`he has been outdone by B.', Magauran 225 .tearc flaitheas
nach fuighe c. ¤ `few kingdoms escape unshaken', Ir. Review
1912, 376 § 6 .fuair T. c. ¤ `reverse', Content. v 101 . ?don
80tsaoghal so an chuir, Párl. na mB. 2179 .
16 state,condition,plight :dia do ch. ¤ `awful calamity',
PBocht 1.19 .c. ¤ an phobuil, DDána 35.9 .an c. ¤ do-chiam
fúthaibh, 26.2 .cruth cen chēill, dōiriu cach c. ¤ , is neime i
n-ōrlestar worse than anything, ZCP vi 267 § 2 .trúagh c. ¤
85chloinne Hādhuimh, ii 583.16 .
17 act oftiring;tiredness,fatigue (late; alwayscur):on
brig arna cur=a virtute defatigata, Rosa Ang. 272.19 .
a h-aitli tsaetair no cuir, RC xlix 5 § 2 .daóine do chur
to weary men, Is. vii 13 . ?cen séis, cen cur, cen cumsanad,
Laud 610,25d (Plummer MS notes). ?bean is clann gá cur,
5 IGT Decl. ex. 1117 .
18V. freq. in later lang. in adv. phr.car(a) (seldom c. ¤ )
in cháemlaí (-laithi) all day long, thelivelong day :car an
chaomhlaithi, IGT Decl. ex. 132 .car gach aon laithe, Fl.
Earls 142.32 .car an chaoimhlaoi, A. Ó Dálaigh l (50) 34 .
10 cara(?) in caomh-laī, Feis TC 379 .c. ¤ an caomlaoi, Grail
2759 . Also:car an chargais during the whole of Lent, BNnÉ
149.38 .c. ¤ ind erraigh, Caithr. Thoirdh. 77.34 .car an
ḟaghamhair, IGT Decl. ex. 950 .car an geamraidh, ex. 339 .
19Meaning doubtful or obscure:is blicht la mnāi cur ar is
15donaite cach tua[th]bel, O'Mulc. 754 .dia coraib, Anecd.
i 6.4 ( SCano 156 `agitations?' Gloss.).ba ard cīsel choscair
chain / Cormac co n-āni a chuir, ZCP xi 109 § 21 .in
mbuithib (leg.inb-) cor a saithe`at the time of the departure
of his own swarm
', Laws iv 190.13 .fear saor is a bhladh dá
20bhrath / dá char gion gur caomh a dhreach, DDána 91.6
(to 16?).thainig [siad] do'n chur to the place(?), Oss. vi 62 .
ocus tuille:car beg da derbad inntaithmech in focail is
aireacht the analysis of the word a. gives some additional
proof
(?), O'C. 2272 ( Eg. 88,20 (21)c ).trí fichid . . . gan ch. ¤
25 and no more(?), Keat. Poems 1185 .
20Compds. ?measam cundrada carlínad`the worst
bargain is fulfilling a contract
', ZCP xvii 69 § 7 ( Arch. iii
230.153 ).crithre corphort sparkling melodies, Studies
1923, 598 § 11 . ?ba rechtaid críche / corsir`long enduring
30in contract
', Celtica vi 234.y (coirsear, Laws iv 16.22 ) =
corsir .i. focard gulla .i. clocha, a cennaib a aile siu ┐ tall iar
ngabail a tirí, O'C. 849 ( H. 3. 18,385b ).conclanna . . .
corshnadmanacha(in wrestling), MR 254.26 . Seeabratchor,
1 gúala,tenchor.