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80 cairiugud u,m. Vn.ofcairigid(ir).coirechadh,
IGT Verbs § 106 .act ofrebuking,accusing;rebuke :ni ecen a cairigud`to
reprove them
', Wb. 23a10 .in cairigud ┐ in pian`the reproach
and the punishment
', Ml. 34a24 .cin cairiuga[d] don abuid
`without rebuke by the abbot', Laws v 118.4 .cach cairigchiug
85(leg.c. ¤ ) do rogaibtur friu`every accusation', ii 62.21 .asgel
at chuaid . . . / as do chairiughadh iudae, Blathm. 100 .
gabsat a charait . . . / a chosc is a chairigud, SR 5830 .
tangadar buidhne . . . do chosaid ┐ do chairiugad hIsu, YBL
141a8 ( PH 2575 ).a Chríst gan cuid cairighthe free from
censure
, Arch. iii 230.z .ní dot choiriucchadh, a Dé not finding
5fault with thee
, ZCP vii 269 § 11 .ni tú as cóir dia chairigud,
RC xiii 438.25 .cret cúis do choirighthe . . . ? BNnÉ
173.23 .ní dhligh ceart do choireaghadh, Content. xxiv 23 .
With prep. introd. accused:ní dá chairiughadh dhamh ort
`I blame thee not for it', Buile S. 48.13 . With prep. introd.
10the charge:ic a cairighud-sum . . . im bualadh na hoighi=
increpavit illum de percussione, Lat. Lives 104.1 .gabais for
a cairiugad im tomailt na sailli, SG 89.9 .téid dia choiriugadh
mun ccath`to receive the blame of the fight',
Duan. Finn ii 52.y .bátar . . . oca chairigud cen chlannugud`found fault
15with him for begetting no children
', Met. Dinds. iv 304.4 .

cairling n(ONkerling, Bidrag 62 ) hag :druth cilli Cearbaill / ní
cuindgim sinc., IT iii 100.16 .

cairm adv(replacing earliercía airm. see1 cíaand Ériu i 7 ) with
follg. prep.I where?c. ¤ i fetar fīr sech gō? ZCP vii 307.6 .
20 c. ¤ itat adbai naṅgaeth? SR 7941 .c. ¤ indom-acca? Sc.M² 11
(cait,v.l.), Trip.² 2675 .

cairmion n(Lat.carmen):an dánso . . . a n-eitirmeadhón na
gc. ¤ as goire dhó poems, A iv 3,637. 14 .

cairmteóracht xseecairpteóracht.

25 cairnech (corann) adj(a)o, ā tonsured :munbo c. ¤ in craidhe(i.e.
as well as the head), ZCP vi 268.12 . Seeíascaire.
(b) Assubst. cleric,priest :ní ḟacadar ríamh cairneach . . .
ach[t] an cléirech út, Imr. Brain 65.6 .da cháirneach`two
priests
', Tribes of Irel. 50.7 .fá theorainn na gcóirneach
30ndealbh, Ó Bruad. i 150.7 .don choirneach (cháirneach,
v.l.)`the clerk', ii 208.6 .
Asn.pr. C. ¤ cóir, Laws i 4.10 .an C. ¤ Riabhach Mhag Flann-
chadha, FM iii 200.4 = ALC i 262.14 .

cairptech (carpat). Later-pthech,-pech. adj I o, ā:a crích
35Umaill ech-cairpthig (-tairpthig,v.l.)`strong in horse chariots',
Met. Dinds. iii 284.94 .meanma ar mharcshluagh cairp-
theach, Butler Poems 1843 `equipped with cars or wagons',
Gloss.Mogha Nuadhat cuacach cairpteach`of the goblets
and chariots
', Oss. v 138.w .
40 IIAssubst. o,m. chariot-warrior,chariot-fighter :carptech
dorét far ṅdochum, LU 5191 =cairpthech, TBC² 712 .
segda c. ¤ docing rot, LU 3798 ( SC 37 ).ruiri Macha mārcharp-
tech, Corp. Gen. 9.1 .caem-c. ¤ `noble chariot warrior', BCrólige
58 .noí carptig, MU² 707 .ón Chróeb-Rúaidh na dá cairp-
45thech`chariot-fighters', Met. Dinds. iii 444.70 .a ceithri
cairpthig, BDD² 127 .ro-da-fetammar in carptech sin (Cú
Chulainn), TBC 1353 .lucht in aenaig eter cois ┐ cairptheach
`footman and charioteer', Aen. 1179 .trīcha cairp[th]ech dār
gcath-rēim, ML² 232 .aonchairpeach . . . chugoind,
50 ZCP x 279.5 .arna cairbthechaibh, 306.22 .ar ghreadhaibh . . . /
ar chairpteachaibh cóigríche`charioteers', Content. xxviii 51 .
Prov.troigthech cách co c. ¤ , Tec. Corm. 31.20 .
Innn.pr.:Fothach C. ¤ , MacCarthy 208.3 .Coennia cairp-
dech`of chariots', Todd Nenn. 256.8 .

55 cairptén n(dimin. ofcarpat):rirse mo chairptēn hi fat, Corp.
Gen. 410.16 =chorpthen, ZCP viii 330.9 .Cf. cairptíne.

cairpteóir n[i,m.] (carpat) expld. as chariot-maker :culmaire
.i. cairptheoir(.i. sāer dēnma carpait, note), Corm. Y 320 .

cairpteóracht n[ā,f.] (cairpteóir):conchlechtaimsi cairpteoracht
60re hargaib driving a chariot, FB 35 Eg. =cairmteoracht,
LU 8501 ,cf. ZCP iv 168.w .

cairpthi xseecarb.

cairptige n[iā,f.] (cairptech):a cathaigi a cairpthigi
` charioteership ', Ériu iv 148.26 .

65 cairptíne n(dimin. ofcarpat):cairptine cleitīniu clār clē,
Ériu i 116.11 .cairpthineb combannuis cainsreth, 25 .Cf. cairptén.

cairr xsee4 carr.

cairrcech adj o, ā(carrac) stony,rocky :uir thar sliabh cairgeach
clochach, BB 29a2 =cairchech, LL 779 .talum garb . . . c. ¤ ,
70 IT i 190.33 ( FA 30 LB).bruigi . . . cairrgeacha . . . na Teibi,
TTebe 836 .

cairrcemail adj i(carrac):arna chomhshuidhiughadh o chnaimh
chairrgeamailex osse petroso, 23 K 42,294 .

cairrcide adj=cairrcech:slíab cairrcidhe acarbh, CCath. 1338 .
75 dochum allbru[a]ich cairgidi, 2665 .clochall cairrgidhe
`rocky cliff', Hugh Roe² 46.15 .

cairrecán xseecarracán.

cairréine n(1 carr)littlecart :suidigther do chorp hi carréni,
Trip.² 2990 .luid Mac C. ina chairríne co lár an oirechtais,
80 Misc. Hag. Hib. 19.z .

cairrḟiad n m.(4 carr+fíad?):cairrfiadh atlumh airdleimnech
` stag ', Grail 3392 .do cnaimh chridhi an charraidhe,
23 P 10³,65b4 .don cnaimh noch bis a craidi an carraighe, a35 .an cáirrfhíadh . . . ┐ an fíadh fionn= hart , Deut. xiv 5 .

85 cairr(ib) xseecora.

1 cairt n f.(Lat.charta)g s. cairte.a p. gancharta , DDána
44.11 .cairte, IGT Decl. ex. 22 .d p. igcartaibh , Ó Bruad.
iii 16.x . Alsok, IGT Decl. § 186 .Cf. qrta(q with suprascript a), Ann. Conn. 1235.29(note)=quarta, ALC i 332.9 . (a) manuscript,parchment,
book :c. ¤ .i. domemrumisnomen.i.a carta , Corm. Y 313 .
du scribunt hi c. ¤ ón`on parchment', Ml. 119a6 .tabraidh
5c. ¤ meamraim duindi co scribum, YBL 149b1 .C. ┐ L. ro
scríbsat hi cartib ar leith .i. c. ¤ gach fir . . . ┐ ro ergetar iarsin
┐ a carti leo, LB 227a3 - 5 .is e ro-scríb i c. ¤ soscela, PH 8364 .
c. ¤ mo locht list, DDána 59.4 .ainm an fhíréin sgríobhtha i gc. ¤
na beatha book of life, TSh. 1416 .creidthe gníomh roimh
10chaint is ch. ¤ , Hackett² xlii 138 .as iomdha leabhar léighthear
┐ as iomdha c. ¤ chuartuighthear, Mac Aingil 4719 .Of an
exemplar: tuic mar a deir in c. ¤ .i. Leabur Dabi Uí Deoradáin,
O'D. 1975 ( Eg. 90,9a ).do sgriobhus an betha so . . . asan
cc. ¤ do sgriobus féin asan leabhar(colophon), BNnÉ 289
15n. 4 .an c. ¤ as ar tairrngedh an choip si`vellum', CS 10. 10 .
ni me as cintuch risna focluib dichéillaidi ata isin mbethaid-si,
acht an drochch., Lism.L. 4527 .
Appar. specifically eight pages :do reir tri bpighin an
duillthaobh, no dha sgilline an ch. ¤ , Flower Cat. 383.12 .
20(b)writtencharter;right,claim :iad-sidhén do chuimhnigh
i ccartaibh ┐ a laoidhibh, Celtica i 93.172 .c. ¤ ┐ dinntiur
`deed and indenture', RIA Trans. xv Antiqu. 53.15 .slat
do glé im c. ¤ gach cúigid a scion who decided(?) the charter of
each province
. Ériu iv 222.4 .iarraidh cairte to seek a title,
25 Content. v 101 .rí . . . / 'gá dtá an t-eineach i gcartaigh,
DDána 120.7 .síodh . . . / do sgríobh . . . i gcartaigh cígh
(of the Redeemer), Aithd. D. 84.5 .c. ¤ pheinn phápa na
Rómha. Arch. Hib. i 88 § xxx .badh c. ¤ le clannaibh claonghall
`would be thought a charter', Content. xii 5 .beid Albannaigh
30ag cóimhlíonadh a gcart, E. O'Rahilly 142.7 .tug a dhúthaigh
. . . / do cheannuidhe i gc. ¤ mharbhthaigh`mortgage', A. Ó
Dálaigh 1 10 .sealbh a chairte d'fhear anma an King chéadna
`is to recover his chartered rights', Ó Bruad. iii 14.20 .lé c. ¤ an
chreidimh ┐ lé bulla an bhaistidhe, TSh. 3324 .
35In phr.c. ¤ ar chartered rightto:cartacha nuaa . . . do
thabhairt . . . ar Chenél Moáin, FM v 1328.16 .is c. ¤ do na
glasGhallaib ar gach nGaoidheltír. Caithr. Thoirdh. 100.28 .
faicim do ch. ¤ ar an ndignit si, Luc. Fid. 5061 .
With descript. or obj. gen.:re c. ¤ chloidhimh by military
40conquest
, O'Hara 2063 .Cf. Ir. Syll. Poetry 64 § 12 note.
i gc. ¤ a gcuilg, Hackett² lix 15 .c. ¤ shealbha, O'R. Poems 85
`a charter warranting possession of', Gloss.c. ¤ súla ar sean-
róimh, Celtica iv 119.y `a pleasant(?) (hopeful?) assurance
of (hospitality in) an old resort
', Gloss.c. ¤ tabhartais`deed of
45assignment
', RIA Trans. xv 76.1 .tugadh do chách c. ¤ a
síodha, Dán Dé iii 9 .ceanngham c. ¤ a síothchána, Dán Dé
xiv 17 .c. ¤ a síothchána ag síol Ádhuimh, Ériu viii 84.81 .
As descript.gen.:cíos cairte`specified rent', Aithd. D. 37.44 .
mar cóir cairte as chartered right, BNnÉ 259.15 .ar tí cumainn
50chairte`chartered peace', Dán Dé xxi 24 .dochar cairte
`due affliction', Aithd. D. 28.3 .ferainn cairte . . . / bailte
ceall gan cumhsccugadh,lawful estate, BNnÉ 283.y .fód dá
bhar bhfearann chartach, PBocht 25.32 . In cheville:
foirbhthe an ch. ¤ , DDána 110.10 .
55Compds. With noun:ro cuir seic a cairtliubair, Laws iii
88.17 =cailclibair. n.ib.With adj.: ¤ buide:don duine
chartbhuidhe, Measgra D. 13.21 `yellowskinned', Gloss. (cf.
coirt).