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cornach adj o, ā(corn):cethrai corniga cais, LL 34920 ,cornaig,
LL Facs. and MU² 480 ` horned ', Gloss.a Thaidg . . . / a
fhir chubaid chornaig hospitable(lit.of goblets), SG 353.7 .
deighrígh an Chomuir cornaigh, Top. Poems² 93 .mná an
cheolaidh cornaigh, BNnÉ 220.22 `of or belonging to horns(?)',
5Gloss.Superl. Uí Mhac C. as cornaighe abhus, Top. Poems²
115 .

cornaire n io,m.(corn) horn-blower,trumpeter (on his status
see Duan. Finn iii 191 ):cu[i]slennaig,cornairi,clesamnaig,
Críth Gabl. 590 .cornairi āraith cuslennaich, Ériu xix 83
10§ 14 .a ch. ¤ cíuil, LU 10545 .mórfesser c. ¤ . . . co cornaib
órdaib, Fraech 33 . ?ahimlighe baisse cesse coisse c. ¤ , IT
iii 96.14 .

cornairecht n[ā,f.] (cornaire)(act of)horn-blowing: stocairecht
no c. ¤ , Auraic. 1478 .cornaírecht cornaire arcrodh, IT iii
1585.4 .c. ¤ chiuin is cliaraigecht, SG 249.24 .

Cornaldai pn pl.(cf.Lat.Cornelius):in Ch. . . . .i. dimuntir
cornilgl.Cornilu . . . eiusdem familiae, Sg. 30b10 - 11 .

cornán n(corn).In name ofplant: crasula.i. in cornan caisil,
Arch. i 326 § 18 ` wall-pennyworth ', Gloss. cotilodion.i. an
20cornan caisil, 23 K 42,397.11 . See Dinn. andcurnán.

? corne xseegráce.

cornél n o,m.(Engl. or Romance loanword) corner,angle :
trí cornéil uirri(of Constantinople), Maund. 19 .mor do
thoraib ┐ do cloictighib ┐ do chornélaib` battlements ' (of
25church at Bethlehem), 57 .cóirnéul thféasóige=corners
of thy beard
, Lev. xix 27 . See Dinn.

Cornil xseeCornaldai.

coróin xseecorann.

corolt,-ólta n(Engl. loanword):deanaidh mé corolt san am-so
30nodhluice carol , Gwynn Cat. 196.26 .corólta, 198.13 .

coróna(ig)id vearliercóirnigid,q.v. (a) tonsures :rocoro-
naighedh . . . fon n-ecosc n-eclasda, Lism. L. 2631 .
(b) crowns :coronfuidhter tú isin cathair nemdha, Fier.
238 .as se . . . coróntar a flaithes De, BCC 244.24 .coronaidh
35Dia a thabhartais fein, Luc. Fid. 3496 .do choróinighis é
le glóir, Ps. viii 5 .
Vn. corónugad.Part. corónta.

?coronn: n is maith chodlus in dam donn / fuil is a chnes re
c. ¤ , SG 172.10 .

40 corónta part.ofcoróna(ig)id. Also-da. tonsured;crowned:
caránta, DDána 9.5 .ní bhiadh do cheann corónda`would
not be tonsured
', Bard. P. 9.2 .C. . . . ro gabh grada coronta
clerical orders, Fen. 6.z . hic coronatuscoronta, Ir. Gl. 601 .
ri . . . coronda, Grail 2986 .rí coronta, 4078 . Of coinage:
45 d'airgeatt ghlan choronta na Sagsan, Trans. RIA xv 89.4 .

corónugad u,m. vn.ofcorónaigid.Earliercoirniugad(see
cóirnigid,C 316.77)act oftonsuring,tonsure; act ofcrowning :
fon coronughadh sain`with this tonsure', TFrag. 114.7 . 8 .
an taonsmacht . . . an corónaighthe, 15 .im corónugh[ad]
50Pedair Roman tonsure, 110 . 15 .aca choronugad do spin,
LB 280by .

corp n o,m.(Lat.corpus) In O. Ir. glossesg s. coirp(cuirp, Thes.
ii 253.21 , 254.1 ),d s. corp( Thurn. Gramm. 107 ) (curp, Thes.
ii 357.2 Lorica),n p. coirp(cuirp, Thes. ii 326.11 Hy. iv ),
55 a p. corpu(curpu, Fél. Jan. 4 ).c. ¤ m.,d s. curp,g s.andn p.
cuirp, IGT Decl. § 67 .
(a)thehuman body : c. ¤ a corpore , Corm. Y 215 .inc. ¤ gl.
corpore, Lor. Gild. 259 .in c. ¤ marbde, Wb. 3a14 .beoigidir
in spirut in c. ¤ , 13d7 .ar gnimaib in choirp, Ml. 31b24 .don
60ch. ¤ marbdu, Wb. 3a14 .ceni esǽrsitis in choirp ara cenn,
Ml. 15c8 .co n-idbarat a corpugl.corpora, Wb. 1b20 .
hua legib c. ¤ gl.á médicis, Ml. 107d5 .isnaib corpaib, 71a3 .
issi briathar choirp dano intan roichther do Dia oc slechtan
gl.membrorum motus sermo, 138a2 .echlach oides a c. ¤ do
65cach, Laws v 272.4 .tennatt c. ¤ fri crābud, BColm. 100.1 .fuil
hi corpaib blood in the body, Arch. iii 223.12 .in c. ¤ mar in
snechta, IT i 71.19 ( Lg. 7 ).a c[h]uirp-seo! ZCP vi 265 § 17 .
gníomh cuirp cohabitation, Dánta Gr. 100.21 . Of birds:
tennait a n-ette fria curpu, LU 2281 ( FA 33 ).
70Withainim(m):la c. ¤ etanimetla spirut, Wb. 4a27 .
etarscarad coirpetanme, 15c15 .eter corpuetanmana,
21b15 .anim fri c. ¤ , Ml. 130c9 .tonga[i]r fri c. ¤ ┐ anmain,
Críth Gabl. 52 .
(b) corpse,dead body :c. ¤ leghasgl.cadauer, Ir. Gl. 1071 .
75 i sprouc ina fiadnaisi an c[h]uirp, BColm. 74.12 .rucad na
fir ina corpaib . . . dia nadhlucadh, ALC i 386.1 .
(c)OfEucharist,Communion: hóre déte do ch. ¤ Crist
indigne , Wb. 11d7 .caith fo thrī 'sa bliadain c. ¤ , ZCP vi 272
§ 15 .c. ¤ Crist`used as a form of ordeal' (Plummer MS. notes),
80 O'C. 241 ( H. 3.18,135 ).ní leis c. ¤ d'fhagháil re n-éag, Dán
Dé xxxi 20 .a dhuine chaitheas c. ¤ Dé, xviii 1 .do caithedh
c. ¤ ┐ comna, Caithr. Thoirdh. 118.18 .
(d) In phr. with prepp.:tuidechtae doib innac. ¤ ┐ imbeth-
aid, Ml. 107c8 .assa corpaib fodéin`out of existence' (notes),
85 MU² 276 .gora lasetar in n-abaind assa curp swept away the
river
, LL 10771 (TBC).do-chuala . . ./ a-rís a gcor i gcor-
paibh that they were brought back to life, DDána 65.34 .i
gcurp alive, Magauran 1622 .ag triall a curp (: lucht)
departing this life, 1177 .nír chin i cc. ¤ ina coimhre a chomh-
chalma, FM v 1878.y .
5(e) Of other bodies:dechur eter corpu nemdiet. . . corpu
talmandi, Wb. 13c26 (1 Cor. xv).ciorcla na gc. ¤ n-uachtarach
` heavenly bodies ', Bard. P. 36.13 .cuingill an uisgi maith . . .
gan c. ¤ cumusca dfaicsin ann foreign body , Rosa Ang. 66.19 .
cuirp remra mar cruithnechta arna brised`fat particles', 78.1 .
10(f) bulk,mass,mainorcentral part,substance: c. ¤ inna
pecthe bíte forsin mertrichgl.qui autem fornicatur, in
corpus suum peccat, Wb. 9d8 (cf.5).c. ¤ suingl.quasi corpus
aliquod, Sg. 3b10 .ini nach rachuidh a lobud do dul a
corpuib fiach, Laws ii 76.18 Comm. `principal of debts',
15Plummer MS. notes.u. c. ¤ fo churp a ndíbergi cenmo-thá
foṡlúag the main body . . . not counting hangers on, BDD² 375 .
i curp lai`in the middle of the day', Mon. Tall. 129.6 (§5) .
c. ¤ na sollumna the main part of the festival, O'C. 740 ( H. 3.18,
354a ).c. ¤ . . . an craind` trunk ', RC ix 20 § 18 .c. ¤ cain
20comla[d], Anecd. i 61 § 93 `the lovely bulk of a lid',
Murphy Lyrics 103 .c. ¤ an chúain the high sea, IGT Decl. ex.
477 .a ccurp comhfhocuil inside a compound, Introd. 3.3 .
a ccurp (: uchd) na cumhadh plunged in grief(?), Decl. ex.
1511 .c. ¤ eagla`downright fear' (Gloss.), Desid. 3469 .
25(g)Partic. of mainpartortextofstories,tracts,etc.:
c. ¤ ar n-aicde / . . . comlín caiptel(of structure of Fél.), Fél.
Prol. 293 .c. ¤ saltrach na rann .i. na tri coicait duan, SR
p. 114 .is in c. ¤ `in the text', Laws iv 250.16 Comm. deired
cuirp as trian medonach senchasa so this is the end of the
30text
etc., O'Don. 763 ( H. 3.17,549 ).i curp na Tána(oppd.
to among theremscéla), LL 32908 .
Compds. With nouns:corpanmain(a s.:aṅgbaid), LL
17403 (dvandva-compd., Wortk. 1 ).ōs chorplai Chuinn
`über Conns eigenstes Gebiet' (-bla), Bruchst. 21 (colblai,
35 corpblæ,v.l.) ( Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 72 , IT iii 17 § 44 . ).
?corpcaire, seeF 377.48(corp caire).corpchless(one of
Cú Chulainn's feats), LL 9370 (TBC).trērinde . . . tre
chorpchnessaib(in battle), Alex. 11 .na ruib . . . mas . . .
foglaid . . . , asi corpdilsi bodein ann, O'C. 543 ( H. 3.18,
40 267a ) (of forfeiture of trespassing animals).tuccad . . . a
corpdition catha imme(of a hauberk), CCath. 5211 .curp-
éraic mo bráithrec[h] wergild, CF² 969 .Tesifóne . . .
cuireas cach cair i corp-gnim gives effect to, MR 168.16 .cur
cuireatar an abhand . . . asa corpionadh, TBC St. 3145 ,cf.
45 LL 10771 cited above. ?go ria a corplán, RC xxix 124 § 28
(cf.next).tré chorp-lár an chóbhluigh the very middle, Misc.
Celt. Soc. 344.20 .corpláthair chloinne Ch. Clann C. in
their entirety
, Caithr. Thoirdh. 83.10 .féil fir nád char
corplén`bodily ease', Fél. June 22 .bennacht for corplepaid
50cīch / hi frīth forcetlaidh na tūath, Arch. iii 307 § 16 `a
blessing on the bed for breasts that was the body in which was
conceived the teacher
',etc., Measgra Uí Chl. 149 .na craibi . . .
corp-pianta` self-denying ', MR 126.15 .an bhean nar chleacht
[corp-tháidhe] who was not a wanton, A. Ó Dálaigh liii 8 .
55With adjj.:clanna . . . corpredi` fair-bodied ', MR 118.18 .
an fer . . . corpremor, IT i 273.29 ( FB 40 Eg.).a micc
carpruaid Ch. strong in body(:marcṡluaig), IT iii 11 § 15
( Bruchst. 38 ).gur bho . . . corp-shleamhain C. gona chur-
adhaibh healed of their wounds, ML 90.8 .briathar corp-
60shlim nír chan sin`no feeble word', Misc. Celt. Soc. 342.3 .
With adjj. derived from nouns:cluithche corpaigentach
a feat of bodily dexterity, Ériu v 166.43 .corrpainmheach
of the blemished body, 37 .
Seecorpdíre,corpḟine.