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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 .

10 ? coraegat: n da each a corait (.i. c. ¤ .i. na heich ind, isin ferand
iardain, Laws iv 98.6 Comm.

cora(i)d n etc.In some exx. forms ofcaur,q.v.Acc. to Thur-
neysen ZCP xiii 105 , to be referred ton s. coar,cuär(see2
cúar
). In MSS. freq. also with-ó-; note the rhyming exx.:
15?na cúrad na cruadchorad(g p.) (:ṅglorach), SR 5886 .
flathius Fúait foentait córaid / for óraib iar cuairt cáemil,
LL 2592 .n s. coraid, LU 9460 .an córaid sain, TFrag.
100.6 .córaidh .i. fear mórghaisgidh, O'Cl. a s. coraid,
TTebe 877 .coraidh, TTr.² 38 .incóraid , LL 31228 ( TTr.
20 411 ).g s. do licc corad, BB 135a5 .drech curad / cuinsiu
chórad, LU 8612 .d s. don choraid curata, TTebe 1286 .
n p. na tri córaid, LU 1603 .a p. fors-na coradu, PH 4306 .
córadu, 4214 .is cían taidbsiu a córad, LL 2161 .d p. do
choradaib, Rawl. 75b40 .cona chóiredaib calma, Caithr.
25Thoirdh. 136.24 .
In follg. in pejorative sense:in chóraid lasrorta(coraith
etc. v.l.) `the sinners . . . by whom they have been
slain
', Fél. Prol. 65 .fri tabairt corad ┐ eccraibdech . . .
documm n-rise ┐ cretim`sinful', Trip. 482.27 .a choraid is
30mesa do doinib domain, PH 6643 .cona ro aitreabdaiss
coraidh náit meic mallachtan innti, Lism. L. 2201 .
Compd.corathgen, Triads 148 v.l.

coraigecht n ā,f.(1 cor) guarantee,surety,contract,warrant,
treaty,pledge,stipulation :slán (ón choroighecht), IGT Decl.
35 § 38 .a c. ¤ air imbeth diles tairise dib bound to be,etc.,
IT ii2126.120 .tugaid uili isin coraighecht ┐ gabus Finn do
láim, Acall. 1707 .c. ¤ aenmna re bliadain dam`stipulation
to be a sole wife
', 4954 .ag admail a coraidheachta, O'C.
298 ( H. 3. 18,163 ).d'inchaib a coraigechta-som`by virtue
40of their guarantee
', ZCP iii 206 § 3 .hi fiadhnaisi na coraid-
echta sin, TBC p. 460 note 1 .c. ¤ cen coibchi, Arch. iii 241 § 9 .
i n-a choraighiocht(of Colum Cille as judge), DDána 95.22 .
is for c. ¤ C. ro badar sin uile, YBL 325e37 .do chuadar sein
a gcoruidheacht ar an gcuid nach raibhe do láthair`who made
45themselves responsible for such . . . as were not present
', ML
178.4 .

córaigid,cóirigid,cóirgid v(cóir) arranges,setsinorder,sets up ,
etc.with a wide variety of objects:coros córaigea in
brithem . . . isna sostaib, LU 1999 ( FA 6 ).amal ros-córaigset
50tair / na túatha, Met. Dinds. iii 442.33 .coraigis comlaid . . . /
forin tiprait, LL 19908 .ro-chóraigset a n-etaige for in
sligid, PH 4618 .docoirged co dingbala hē he was fittingly
lodged
, ZCP xiv 147.2 .racoraig L. a moiṅg dar a aiss, RC
iii 182.1 .do chóirig a línta, Acall. 4428 .inti choruidus in
55cloch o durn`who dresses', Laws ii 232.13 Comm. gur
cóirigheadh lé leaba, DDána 120.19 .choiréchat-sa mo
catha`that I will array my battalions', MR 178.22 .coraigh-
ther na cuislenna the pipes are tuned, Mann. and Cust. iii
215 n.
60With objects denoting more abstract ideas:ro chóirgetar
. . . in feall, Fianaig. 70.22 .in baill ar coraiged teascad in
tarra, Laws ii 240.3 Comm. córaigium . . .uile ord ar mbethad,
PH 7882 .do cóirged mar is cubaidh / an cóirged d' U Ch.,
IGT Verbs ex. 475 .go ccóraighthear inn go hinnmheodhan-
65ach that we may be justified inwardly, Luc. Fid. 3407 .cōiri-
gim co teastaiginn an cuingill dēiginach dīb sin=ponamus
quod deficiat etc., RSláinte 3154 .
Of making peace:córaigmitni . . . ┐ sídaígmít in macraid
friseom iar sin, LU 4921 . ?ro chóraig cach caṅgin ┐ cech
70n-imresain. ro boí acco settled, LL 1477 .
Vn. córugud.Part. córaigthe.

córaigthe,cóirigthe part.ofcóraigid. arranged,set,putin
order,regular :ina cathcliathaibh [c]oraightib in ordered
battalions
, CCath. 2691 .coirighthi, 1392 .talamh comhard
75cobhsaidh coraighti`ordentlich', ZCP x 411.14 .mionleitir . . .
chóirethe`a fine script . . . uniform', Bard. P. 46.4 .na piana
cóirighthe timcheall a chos, TSh. 4091 .cóirighte delicate,
adorned , Eg. Gl. 129 .go cóirighthe, 1 Sam. xv 32 .

córaigthech adj(córugud):ropa chaema córaigthecha a clocha,
80 LL 31555 ` well-adjusted ', TTr. 741 .

coráin xseecorann.

coráiste n(Engl. or Rom. loanwd.) courage :fearamhlacht ┐ c. ¤ ,
Párl. na mB. 2101 .caráisti, 102 .ná caillidh . . . corāiste,
Trompa na bhF. 6891 .

85 córait n f. g s. -e.córuid,cárait f., IGT Decl. § 13 (65.y) .g p.
cáradproscribed form, ex. 618 .Used of thefasteningor
yokingtogether of two working animals,fastening,yoke ; see
E 195.28,S 29.8.Hence freq. of theanimalsthemselves
pair,brace,couple: saim .i. cech cōrait cid eter dā dam, cid
eter dā ech, Corm. Y 1167 .esem .i. ess .i. dam ┐ saim
5cōrait. Is cōrait īarom in t-essem oc tuidmiu na cuingiu
dona damaib, 514 . ?amal sechnas cách a chárait, LU 3897
( SC 41 ).glas a cáraid eter gach ndis díb(of soldiers), Anecd.
ii 78 § 5 .doratt . . . córaitt etter na dā ech, BColm. 86.19 .
d'ōendreim dōib is d'ænc[h]áraid of one company and one
10yoke
(of horses), 90.11 .amail geilt dá ech hi c. ¤ `the grazing
of two horses in yoke
', Fél.² cxxxiv 14 .di cairigh a coraid
ina laím, Laws iv 10.5 Comm. ?gan chárait gun mnaoi mun
magh(`burden'), Met. Dinds. iv 288.3 ..x. coraite slabrad
sgeo glais, Ériu ii 4.13 .cáruid cholpthadh sneachtoidhe
15`two snowy ankles', Bard. P. 44.9 . Note also:na cháraid
in comparison to, Rel. Celt. ii 220.3 .clú 'n-a gcároid nach
cuirthir`no fame can be set beside theirs', O'Hara 2122 .a
dtí thríom 's a dtánaig dhe / bíodh [i gcáraid dá] chéile,
Aithd. D. 33.23 .cuingir, cáróid, cupla, comhlan, Eg. Gl.
20 148 .
Of persons:brethemhnaighther sescca i ccóraid ann,
Ériu xiii 47.30 .rún na córaidi cléirech, IGT Decl. ex. 617 .
cáraid na gcéimeann bhfoirtill, DDána 112.23 .neach budh
cháraid do chlú an naoimh`rival', PBocht 27.35 .a corait ┐
25Caimin . . . in eodem die i.e.having his feast on the same day
as C., Fél. 100 n. 25 .D. . . . ┐ A. . . . cáraid degheinigh,
FM iii 406.13 .i gcroidhe na cáraide` couple ', Aithd. D. 18.27 .
?sóifid rodíbi ┐ rodochell ┐ rochessacht i córaidi, RC xxvi
42 § 219 v.l.( LL 24793 .coairte, text and other MSS). ?tuc
30fobairt ndīchra . . . forra gur chuir ina corraitib . . . dochum
láir . . . iat, ZCP xiii 238.8 .