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córugud,córgud u,m. vn.ofcóraigid.córachad,cár-, IGT
Verbs § 106 (244.21) .cóirged cáirgeadh, § 54 . Also
córachan.Cf. budh córa na naoi nglasa / do chorúgh na
ármusa, Rel. Celt. ii 299.12 .
55 Act ofarranging,adjusting;arrangement,order,plan :
fricorgud,fricertugud, SR 5042 .dogniat . . . augtair . . .
aile corugud aile fora n-imthechtaib give a different account
of
, LU 5390 (TBC).cech tress blíadna a chórogod`it was
settled
' (a law), Met. Dinds. iii 18.216 .cindus no bedís
60coraighthi na cathrach`arrangements', CCath. 1109 .arroet
coragad na hecalsi o M. noeb`he received the rites of the
church from St. M.
,' Fen. 308.28 .nír léicedh a chórugad ná
cumsanadh . . . in aidhchi sin to compose himself, SG 34.8 .
Of persons, material objects:co rugud (sic) cach cuaille
65iar nuachtur the stakes are made level along the top, Laws iv
112.11 .O. oc corughadh in carpuit guiding(?), i 6.7 .do
breth creth do iosebh do chorughadh`to be made even',
Blathm. 104 § 47 .a n-ecor . . . ┐ a c. ¤ (of persons), LU 2044
( FA 12 ).aes uird . . . fri córgud`in array', Met. Dinds.
70 iv 342.39 .ic córgud chastíal, LL 32237 ( TTr. 1427 ).slegha
do chórachan to make ready our spears, Ériu viii 28.10 .iar c. ¤
ind lia, iv 152.20 . Of food:corugadh ealadhnach, Mackinnon
Cat. 38.4 .Cf. lánchórughadh bidh ┐ dighe, Oss. iii 130.9 .
Med.do réir an choirighthe nadurda=secundum dis-
75positionem naturalem, 23 K 42,300.8 . Of mending:ag
córughadh a líontadh, Math. iv 21 .
In phr.fon córgudsin in this array, LL 7331 .ar in
c[h]ōrugad sin, ML² 1014 .ar an coruchan ceadna, 23 P
10³,44a1 .
80Of making peace betw. persons:ni bói a c. ¤ co rised Conaire,
LU 6737 .nir fedad a corugud, Ériu v 236.77 .
Oftroops battalion,division,company (cf. dá .xx. mile
traigthech . . . ina corugad oencatha`arranged in one
battalion
', CCath. 5780 ):go ccóruccadh albanach, FM iv
851010.13 .dá chórughadh do dhéanamh dhíobh, TSh. 10152 .
dona ceithri cóirighthib`out of the four battalions', ALC i
336.9 .dorinnetar . . . trí cóirighthi dá cathaib . . . .i.
córachad clainne . . . M.,etc., Caithr. Thoirdh. 20.2 .
Note also:cengal, ┐ iata, ┐ na coraigthi` buckles' (of
helmet), Cog. 194.12 .córughadh óir air bur néduighibh=
5 ornaments , 2 Sam. i 24 .

? corum: n fil and sanctum sanctorum / asi c. ¤ mór(in list
of relics collected by Adamnán), Arch. Hib. iv 205 § 5
(chórum, LL 370b13 ).

córus n[u,m.] (cóir).a chárus (: árus), Met. Dinds. iv 150.67 .
10 Lit.justness,rightness,proper arrangement, propriety. In
legal contextsprescribed arrangement,regulation(s),rightness,
law (the first meaning given in Críth Gabl. Gloss.),due: deich
lánamna[i] a ch. ¤ for coí his proper (legal) retinue(ofaire
désa), Críth Gabl. 334 .cach sreth as ch. ¤ for lár, 223 .c. ¤
15a airlise, 219 .corus aitire, O'C. 63 ( H. 3. 18,22b ).do corus
bard cona bardni, IT iii 5 (title).im chorus a mbescna ┐ a
rechtgai, LU 9742 .dechenbur . . . fora ch. ¤ bíata with their
appropriate refection
, Críth Gabl. 455 .corus cana in
domnaich the regulations relevant to Cáin D., Anecd. iii 21.1 .
20 a corus cetherslechta`fourfold division of the law', Laws
ii 50.18 Comm. corus coibche mna, v 366.5 Comm. .u.
corusa coimgi, O'C. 2310 ( Eg. 88,24 (25)a ).corus Ecluisi
o tuait`right', Laws i 38.22 Comm. corus fiadnaise, O'C. 61
( H. 3. 18,22a ).coic slechta .xx. et in chorusa fine law of
25relations between members of the `fine'
, Cóic Con. Fug. 23 § 20
(also title of law-tract, see 80).iar c. ¤ fhine ┐ tuaithe ┐
fhlatha, Críth Gabl. 342 .c. ¤ flatha, .i. flaith ó déis co ríg,
316 .corus iardaige, O'D. 785 ( H. 3. 17,563 ).corus indbir,
Laws v 476.20 `river law', O'Don. Suppl. corus iubaile,
30 O'C. 262 ( H. 3. 18,1513 ).cétmuinter co c. ¤ lánrechta lánamna
with full legal matrimonial rights, Críth Gabl. 410 .im corus
lin, . . . im corus duin, im corus treibe, Laws i 122.15 - 19 .
i c. ¤ [n-]othrusa, Críth Gabl. 53 .atá . . . sechtmonáil i c. ¤
ríg .i. domnach do ó[u]l etc.(of a king's prescribed weekly
35programme), 542 .
In other contexts:cin fis corusa creitme religious rite,
system , Laws i 42.17 Comm. inda lemm, romba sí (sic) c. ¤
na creitme that that was an integral part of the faith(said
by O. when injured by Patrick's crozier), Trip.² 2299 .
40 co cuala in gilla fogur . . . c. ¤ cainiuda ┐ torsi(wherec. ¤ appar.
does not add to meaning), RC xxvi 8.7 . So perh. also:nī
a[i]rchen cōrus a cherdæ fīad rīghaib(ofcana), Corm. Y 276 .
aidbsi .i. corus cronain a kind of crooning(?), LU 328 n.a .
(ACC).cách fri a chárus . . . / inna áras`in due order by
45rank
', Met. Dinds iv 150.67 .nochelebrad natratha iar-
nacorus`according to their due order', Thr. Hom. 42.30 .co
corus connircle, BB 280a25 .Matha . . . roscrib . . . icorus
soscéla`gospel canon', RC ii 384 § 3 . ?do c. ¤ duib`to test the
ink
', O'Gr. Cat. 119.13 .
50Later somet. peace,agreement :dogéntáis síth ┐ c. ¤ , TTr.²
231 .co ndernsad corus friu, Anecd. i 18.2 .
Inn. loc. corus cind Conchulaind`Measure', Met. Dinds.
i 16.49 .

? corutai: n is friu do fuillter cacha c. ¤ corup tricha, O'D. 948
55( H. 3. 17,663 ).

cos n ā,f.Ond s. cuis, Thes. ii 245.36 (Cambr.) see Thurn.
Gramm. 48 .cos f., IGT Decl. § 39 (91.11) .cas f., § 40 .
(g s. coisi,d s. cois; proscribed forms:donchaissi , Decl. ex.
1124 .redchais(: glais), 1125 ).
60(a) foot,leg(of human beings and animals): coss a cospite
.i. ō eirptiud (.i. ō erlonn). Cosslatinecosus .i. cos bruinde,
O'Mulc. 246 .n s. cossgl.pes, Wb. 12a20 . 21 . 23 .a s. chois,
Ml. 56b1 .n p. cosa, Tur. 65 .cossa, Wb. 12b4 . Ml. 111b14 .
126c17 .v p. achossa, Wb. 12a33 .a p. cossa, Ml. 111b17 .
65 89d14 .g p. chos, 126c16 . 138a2 .d p. chosaib, 126c17 .
bithi cloi tria cossa, Blathm. 51 .fuil chuise`a wound on a
foot
', BCrólige 63 .cinta coisi trespasses(?), Laws ii 46.8
Comm. secht meóir cechtar a dá choss, Táin 1199 .bulli
da choiss kick, MU² 880 .cor coise trip, Magauran 1192 .
70 rogab a choiss fón chlerech, RC xiii 106.w (`a mark of respect',
n.).mairg cois isa bond fa ṁbris, Arch. iii 237 § 21 .coss
chraind`a wooden leg', RC xiii 80 § 84 .cossa cinn ind eich
forelegs, Cóir Anm. 125 .itir a da cois tona hind legs, Laws ii
240.4 Comm. do cois mairt(as weapon), RC xvii 406.9
75(Tig.).cosa dunta webbed feet, Rosa Ang. 324.16 .cos
dubh(a bird), Eg. Gl. 124 . ?do cach fior díob ba cuit
choissi / lán a bhoissi do ghrán glan, SG 20.8 .
(b) stem,support,handle,shaftof various objects: huanaib
cosaib hilignidibgl.lectulos . . . illigneis pedibus, Sg. 33b8 .
80 atchiat insi . . . for óenchois on a single column, LU 1936 .
delg ara cuirit[h]er a ch. ¤ , Corm. Y 301 .sreth . . . di
bretnasaib . . . ┐ a cosa isind fraigid pins, LU 1709 .luibne na
mér na lāime, ┐ c. ¤ eissib sūas ind rig, Corm. Y 447 .ainm
lestair . . . ┐ a choss triana mhedón, Corm. 18 .adbur coisi
85in rama, Laws v 488.24 Comm. im chois a altoire, ii 120.8
(text printed as Comm.).foirchrédh a ch. ¤ (of an `escra)',
Ériu xiii 41.13 .ailen . . . ┐ in muir . . . do cach aird uimmi
acht oench. ¤ eascra ind namma isthmus, CCath. 3412 v.l.
SeeE 193.51.amail didniu[s] side (i.e.an dos) in cois bis fai
`stem', Laws v 28.2 Comm. fa chosuibh a caeimhleptha,
5 Acall. 791 .c. ¤ cech losa, Ériu ix 66.4 .fo cosoip fulaing
na n-iudus`under the supports of the turrets', CCath. 3537 .
feadh coisi casabhair, IGT Decl. ex. 949 .deargfa a chais
nduinn (: bais)(of a spear), Magauran 3058 .buille dá chois
(of a crozier), ZCP ii 556.19 .
10(c) Metr.is cosin (c. ¤ in?) ndīalt sōn, Corm. Y 447 (37.13) .
(d) infantry,foot-soldiers :sloig L. eter chois ┐ ech, ┐ choin,
IT i 46.27 .eter cois ┐ cairptheach, Aen. 1179 .
(e) In phrases with prepp.:immáteged cách dia chuis
(: nuis) on foot, LU 2994 .[a] chur dia chois`was . . . dis-
15mounted
', FM v 1780.12 .don choll gan chor dhá chosaibh
without being felled, Duan. Finn i 35.6 .da cois near him,
TTebe 4206 .is mor maidm dober da chois`besides', Fen.
88.3 .bieit anamait foa chossaibsomgl.scabellum pedum
tuorum, Wb. 32c13 .atabairt fuchossagl.humiliatos . . .
20gentiles, Ml. 67c2 .fo chosaib aurdragh at the mercy of
spectres
, TBC² 453 .fa a chois, DDána 119.4 `níos lugha
ná', Gloss.mucc ┐ ag fora coiss on the hoof, RC xiii 444
§ 24 ( LL 37202 ).for a cois`standing' (of furze), Laws i
172.14 Comm. mo chíos bhróin rem chois dom chailg beside
25me
, Rel. Celt. ii 236.11 .a gcinn le cois a gcána`as well as,'
Content. xxvi .re cois aoise`except for his being old', xiv 24 .
fiche bliadhain is bárr re chois`and more besides', Misc.
Celt. Soc. 342.21 .se fein dochuaid i cois in dilsidh`to watch
the condemned prisoner
', Laws v 486.7 Comm. muna frith
30slabrad eile do bertha fair, no nech eile do deachsa[d] ina
cois is slan do sum . . . do dol ina cois to guard him(?), O'D.
443 ( H. 3. 17,341 ).degla go rachadh cechtar aca a gcois
a chonartha aran bfer eile`go back on the bargain', Ériu v
172.148 .do gheall . . . éiric . . . ┐ go rachdaois 'na chois
35 evade it, Atlantis iv 186.36 .an geall[adh] thugamar . . . as
nár linn dol na chois, RC x 345.17 .'na chois`along with him',
Auraic. 76 .da m-beinn-si do rer mo coisi . . . a muig
`were I outside and at liberty', Celt. Rev. iii 302.6 .rotairisetar
a n-inadaib a coss`they remained where they stood,' CCath.
40 5686 . ?bruth d'echaib . . . / do mnāi ra comlund a chuiss
`racing . . . on foot', Fianaig. 48.20 .
Adv. cossaib tírmaib dryshod , SR 7679 . Ériu ii 198.10 .
v 34.24 .cos i cois`a foot for a foot', Laws i 8.6 (Introd. to
SM).cois (c. ¤ ,v.l.) ar cois frisin marcsluagh foot to foot(i.e.
45in close combat), CCath. 5709 .
Prov.:cos fo coraith(of useless undertaking), Bürgschaft
30 § 81 .ni ar aonchois thainig Pattruic go hEirin i.e.I have
another string to my bow, Luc. Fid. 4991 .
Inn. loc. a n-dúthaigh Chois Daoile along the Deel, Hy
50Fiachr. 334.2 ó Chois Machan, Keat. Poems 228 .
Compds. With nouns:d'eachaibh . . . ar n-a gcaischleas,
Magauran 834 .im dibh coscolptaib dho`calves', CCath.
4663 .innacoschométide . . . costigthith(both gl.p[a]edago-
gorum, withpaed- taken as Lat.ped-), Wb. 9a11 .rogab a
55coiseitigh iar n-ichtar, Grail 1275 .cos galor, CS 256.3 .
huachosglasaibgl.uinctos conpedibus, Ml. 83c10 .cual do
coslámaib`a pile of arms and legs', Caithr. Thoirdh. 104.39 .
Cf. fá cendchoslámaib na cath, 113.4 .cossogam .i. mera da
laime ar son na feadh imon lurgain, Auraic. 5779 .colg
60dét iarna chossliasait chlí`thigh', Táin 4406 .cais-slighe
chuige, Dán Dé vi 13 ` foot-road (?)', Gloss.
With adjj.a cná cosbuide, SG 347.23 .dam . . . cois-
fhiond (cossind,v.l.) white-legged, ZCP xiv 400.3 .ar dá
n-echaib . . . cosscháela, Táin 2918 .go siobhlaidís . . .
65coslomnocht, RSClára 76a .C. coslūath, ZCP viii 118 § 18 .
co herard . . . coslūthmar, Aisl. MC 83.27 .ossé cossalach,
LU 7767 `dirty-footed(?)', BDD2Gloss.in t-ech aile . . .
coseng, LU 6490 (TBC). With adj. derived from noun:
baccaig ┐ coss-gallraig(assubst.), PH 4399 .