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cora n d,f.Alsoca-.cothra, B.Lism. 108 rb37 . ?g p. ccórann,
Bard. Synt. Tr. 236.16 .cora cara(ind éisc)f., IGT Decl. § 4 .
50 c. ¤ (na cléirech) f.,g s. -adh, § 7 (caraproscribed form).
(a) stone fence,palisade,wall,roworserried rank (`the
making ac. ¤ round land (without objection) was evidence of
title', Plummer MS notes).cara .i. clocha [ut est] fo cara
Caiar .i. fo cairrgib, O'Dav. 384 . 498 .dar in coraid`beyond
55the fence
', Laws iii 130.16 .ar clad no ar coraid`on a dyke
or on a wall
', 176.20 .clais c. ¤ `a trench a stonewall', iv 72.5 .
c. ¤ tria liag a wall of three courses(?), 112.1 , see 21 Comm. in
c. ¤ . . . sé troighthi ina hairdi, 76.14 Comm. toraile .i. coradh
cloch, O'C. 839 ( H. 3. 18,383 ).clas co corad .i. bís i comainci
60isin eclais gin légenn(leg. clas corad? co coraid?), O'D. 923
(H.3.17, 655).c. ¤ clach, DDána 29.10 .ón choraidh chrann
`from the serried line of spears', O'Hara 2346 .Fig. clann
C. mar caraid cloch, MR 312.11 .dá charaidh cipíngherra . . .
crínfiaclacha na cind two rows of . . . teeth, Caithr. Thoirdh.
65 104.21 . Note also:ar bhfíon fionn i gcoraidh chófraithe
`vessel', Aithd. D. 72.6 .
(b) weir: aire, c. ¤ `a fishing-were', Eg. Gl. 677 .in c. ¤ coitcend
na fine`the common fishing weir of the tribe', Laws i 130.4 .no
dha trian imarcra in eisc do na corthaib uadha sís, O'C. 1148
70( H. 3. 18,457a ).riagail inbir na coradh`the rule of the inber
of the weir
', Laws iv 212 , 11.12 Comm. ba si c. ¤ éisc na hinnise,
Snedg. u. Mac R. 9 § 10 .M.D. ┐ a cara(d) éisc laiss, BColm.
62.13 . ?seiche corad, Triads 230 .ic siledh tre caraidh
cloch`dripping through a weir of stones', CCath. 5901 .coirthe
75chláir Ḟeóire, IGT Decl. ex. 1304 .lán cairthe chúain na
Suca, ex. 243 .cara na héigne, Dán Dé xiv 6 .na carranna
co na cescandaibh, ALC i 278.22 =na cescanna uas a
ccairribh`the baskets of the fishing weirs', FM iii 226.2 .im
carrid Cluana Tarb`against the weir of C.', Cog. 192.13 .
80See Hog. Onom .
(c) Eccles. choir,chapter (cf.MR cited under (a)supra):
hic chorus .i. incoraidh, Ir. Gl. 457 .a measg choradh
chleireach, Duan. Finn ii 286 § 139 .sa choraidh chléireach,
Aithd. D. 69.7 .c. ¤ ceatal ┐ ceól, Measgra D. 59.31 (`choir',
85Gloss.).C. . . . do togha lá coraidh ardachaidh, FM iv 824.10 .
tucad a grada le coraidh Arda Macha, Ann. Conn. 1307.12 .
etir coraidh aingel, FM ii 1136.14 .M. . . . ┐ C.C. in a corp
daenna, na coraid timchell Macairius, ZCP xi 140.37 .do
búi ceithre suidheócca dec . . . 'san coraidh, BNnÉ 58.7 .
san chruisde as ttaobh des don choruidh (sic leg.) mhóir,
5 chapter-house(?), Rel. Celt. ii 210.17 .Cf. cuire cniocht
(c. ¤ cniocht,v.l.)`a host (lit.choir) of knights', Butler Poems
1464 .

1 corach adj o, āin a variety of meanings deriving from1 cor;
freq. in vague sense in alliteration:cathch. giventowaging
10 battle , Rawl. 116c49 .flaith Dúine Bárc beó-choraig`prince
of deadly-hurling D.B.
,' Met. Dinds. iv 8.16 .icrich codail
coraigh cræbaigh cualaigh, IT iii 87 § 95 .ricach cain
coraich, 48 § 86 .nibdar coraig ma n-orba litigious(?),
BB 28b46 .rath i cuitred ch. ¤ . . . .i. gach flaith cuidrid
15rathnaighes a rath for curu, O'Don. 1011 - 2 (H.2.15, 16b).
i ccuitred c. ¤ . . . .i. don ḟlaith cuidridh cuires cuir for in ceile,
1018 (18a) `observing covenants'? Plummer MS. notes.
flaith c. ¤ , AU i 418.12 .c. ¤ `tricky' (of persons born under
Saturn), Corp. Astron. 66.6 .taídiu c. ¤ camlintech swirling(?),
20 LL 38096 .[ba] coib corach(chev.), Snedg. u. MacR. 12.12 .
muini chlann fiarch. ¤ find`a bush of bright twisted curls',
Magauran 926 .
Partic. musical,melodious,tuneful :an tráth nochta an
gcruit gcoraigh`when thou revealest the tuneful harp', Studies
25 1919, 612 § 4 .glóir na gcuach níor chaomhchoraighe,
DDána 89.26 .

? 2 corach: ind ba cobsaid og certugud c. ¤ `correcting sinners',
RC xii 336.3 .Cf. 1 caire?

córach adj o, ā(córae) peaceful;just :bes nībat córaig diar n-ēise,
30 Corp. Gen. 151.3 .breitheamh c. ¤ Clár na Niall(not rhyming)
`just judge', Aithd.D. 41.26 .óráid Mhonica ch. ¤ , Párl. na
mB. 2055 .

corachus n(1 cor):do acra a chorachis`to sue for his right', Laws
v 342.26 Comm. `seinen vertraglichen Betrag(?)', Bürgschaft
35 45 note 8 .is é . . . oen rigdomna . . . nach rab i coracus ac
Maelseclaind`in alliance' `on good terms' (Plummer MS
notes), Cog. 132.14 .ced-ol corma is coraiches(glossed
urradhus no comairce no muinterdes), Leb. Gab. 40.14 .

coradacht,coraidecht n f.(caur?1 cor?) Somet. with-ó-. fighting,
40 struggling,wrestling;championship,prowess :co mbuí
Heriu i córadacht in conflict, LL 2689 .ro baí i curadacht i
taíb srotha N., LL 31231 (`playing the hero', TTr. 414 ).for
córadacht, BB 417b34 .ni hármithe ar cródacht na ar
chóraidecht`cruelty . . . violence', PH 4214 .teagaid treas
45ar caraidheacht`wrestling', Celtica ii 169 § 47 .rofuacair
caraigecht ┐ comglic andsin, TTebe 2554 .luach choraidh[e]-
achta ┐ tōraidh[e]achta, Feis TC 1134 .buaidh na caraidecht,
L. Chl. Suibhne 42 .

? coradmar adj(caur?):coarfich bēm coemchlanna Carpre
50(-i?) cosa c. ¤ ceim canad docherd . . . heroic (?), Rawl. 125b7 .

córae n iā,f.(cóir). See Thurn. Gramm. 98 .in chóra in chára in
chóire in cháire, IGT Abstr. Nouns § 29 . (a) correctness,
propriety;justice,lawsuit,claim : ?du i mbeth corai feche-
moin fri aithcomarc a breithi don breithemuin`where both
55parties have a right of going before a judge for his decision
',
Laws i 258.21 . ?tairisit im corae etc., v 440.4 Comm. (gl.
caire).D. cenn core`D. head of justice', Gorm. Feb. 25 .
d'fhaghail in gné chóra an appearance of justice(?), PH
7529 .lertacra .i. tacra eisidhe do-gnither . . . ara chóire
60┐ ara chuimhnighe, Cóic Con. Fug. § 144 H. cóire an chígh
`the debt due to the breast', Aithd. D. 95.32 .lia ar gcóraine ar
cró na N., 17.24 . In phrr. with prepp.:co córe just , Gorm.
Dec. 9 .co cora, Dec. 26 .i córai, ina ch. ¤ right,proper,aright,
indue order: ro fhagaibh hi ccóra iatt`he set all to rights',
65 FM iv 948.5 .ina c[h]ōire cōir / 'na ōighe, RC xxxvii 348
§ 61 .conna ētai focul fort chenn i córai properly , Sc.M² 14 .
(b) Of personal and moral attributes:cruth ná córai ná
congraim good proportions, LU 8326 .cennsa ┐ cuibhde is
cōire, Arch. iii 321 xi § 3 .
70(c) peace,amity,concord . In O. Ir. freq. gl. Lat.pax.
córa .i. síothcáin, O'Cl. córe fri diagl.reconciliationem
accepimus, Wb. 2d16 . 3d32 .innaní prechitepacem et
imme-churetar cori ho rígaib, 5a5 .is uaísliu cach ceítbuid
córegl.pax Christi quae exsuperat omnem sensum, 24b4 .
75 iar córai fri I., SR 5946 .binne ceol coirae .i. is binne na
cach ceol corae sidha itir na feichamna, O'C. 616 ( H. 3. 18,299 ).
no daimtis cauraid cāra / do mac R., Corp. Gen. 283.11 .iar
córa having come to terms, Fing. R. 920 .fuath síorchára, tol
do throdaibh, TD 25.40 .patar a[e]ntaigh . . . am chorai
80┐ im aithrighe fri M. M., Anecd. ii 61.15 .fó chori ┐ óentaid
fri Ultu, LU 1551 .co ruccadh A. . . . do chora etorra`to
make peace between them
', Leb. Gab. 270.14 .
V. freq.do-gní córai (fri):act dorronai cori frissom, Wb.
32a24 .dénam córai . . . dénam oentaig etronn, BDD²
85 415 .dogniat corai iarom M. ┐ C. R., LU 5894 .
Perh. as predic.gen. atpeace, inamity: bes ní bat córai di
ar n-eís, LL 333a40 .batar core ┐ Cobthach he and C. were
at peace
, 35295 =hi córe, Fing. R. 412 .nirptar cora friaroile
imón anmuim`they did not agree about the title', Hugh Roe²
114.11 .
5(d) In Wb. in glosses on Lat.salutareat conclusion of
Pauline epistles:is core doib fribsigl.salutant uos sancti
omnes, 18b19 ( 2 Cor. xiii 12 ). So also 7b4 , 14 , 18 , 27d11 . See
P 192.54-6.rop corae doib fri Diagl.pax super illos,
20d1 .