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60 cosmailius n u,m.(cosmail). Also-uilius. See Thurn. Gramm.
65 , 198 .
(a) likeness,similarity,resemblance :c. ¤ gl.hec simulacio,
Ir. Gl. 904 .cosmulius co n-écsamlusgl.quidem per hominem
mors, ita et per hominem resurrectio mortuorum, Wb. 13b25 .
65 cosmulius delbegl.in similitudinem imaginis, 1b19 .treac-
comol cosmilse foguir, Sg. 11b4 .co c. ¤ crotha A. looking
like A.
, LU 10756 (cossmailes, TE Eg. 12 ).dúthaig dúind c. ¤
(Jacob and Esau), Celtica iv 8.39 .do-ratsat a torad iar
n-a c. ¤ fen according to their own kind, PH 1258 .is mor . . . c. ¤
70na desi, TTebe 2679 .fritha gach da chosmuilius`everyone
has his likeness
', ZCP i 112.1 .cosmaileis an laoich sin the
like
, Cog. 200.6 .cosmailes sida`a semblance of peace',
Ann. Conn. 1315.9 .cian ó chasmhaileas creidmhe that is
far from true religion
, A. Ó Dálaigh li 2 .
75Freq. in phr. with prepp.orgain humaidi fo ch. ¤ nadarcae
gl.aerea corneaque,like a horn, Ml. 116c8 .fo ch. ¤ liac, 131c9 .
fo ch. ¤ grec, Sg. 92a3 . 215b1 .fo ch. ¤ C.C., LU 3260 ( SC 5 ).
foacosmailis nacha tegdasi, Hib. Min. 7.224 .fón c. ¤ cétna
in the same way, LL 37328 ( RC xiii 458.3 ).fo ch. ¤ dofóirndet
80 nomina numeri `even as the nouns of number denote (it)',
Sg. 71b6 .fo ch. ¤ tiagar dointinscitul gnímo, Ml. 15a2 .
fo ch. ¤ aringair rechtgl.vicem legis implebit, 27c21 .fo ch. ¤
dundrolgis don popul`even as Thou didst forgive the people',
46b29 .fo ch. ¤ donemar ┐ daingnigthergl.ad instar tesauri,
85 51d8 .icosmuilius collnogl.in similitudinem carnis, Wb.
3d23 .a cosmailes tsacairt, Grail 2156 .i gcosmhaileas
mhná S., TSh. 9362 .i gcosmhaileas do cuirthí / ris an
naomh was compared, PBocht 20.17 .cuiridh . . . S.F. a
gcosmhaileas risan bpatriarc N., Rial. S.F. 996 .do ch. ¤
innaṅdobriathargl.ad similitudinem, Sg. 188a18 .cosmailes
5innill . . . dó ┐ do chaisslēn Anuoeirp similar in arrange-
ment . . . to
, Fl. Earls 104.2 .in molt ┐ in torc ┐ cach c. ¤
doib`everything like them', Laws v 444.30 Comm. cosmilius
etarru hicétni persin, Sg. 163b6 .iartaidbsin achosmailsea
frimmacc nimlisengl.post pupillam, Ml. 39c22 .cosmulius
10indrechto fripersanaetluccu`a comparison of the Law to
persons and places
', Wb. 20a7 .cosmilius fricechtar de, Sg.
188b5 .fo bith a chosmailiusa fris, LU 7336 .
(b) likeness,comparison,analogy,metaphor(mostly in
O. Ir. glosses): cosmuilius roisc aní-siu les-somgl.videmus
15nunc per speculum, Wb. 12c10 .is suaichnid tra cid dia
tuiced in cosmuilius cosse(viz.of the members and body
of Christ), 12b12 .cosmilius ani siugl.quis enim scit hominum
quae sunt hominis, nisi spiritus hominis? `a similitude', 8b7 .
intamlai ┐ chosmailsea`similes and comparisons', Ml. 51d5 .
20 inc. ¤ so sísgl.sicut, 32d6 .hochosmailsibgl.comparationibus,
51d4 .duthaidbsin in chosmailseo beus, 62a2 .c. ¤ ┐ analach
`similarity and analogy', Sg. 41b8 .a cosmailsib, iar fir
from analogies (precedents?), Laws i 144.21 .a testeamain,
a c. ¤ `analogy' (in list of sources of judgement), v 8.23 Comm.
25 do bir in brethem c. ¤ don chaingin(in gl. on1 fásach), Corm.
Y 611 .
Seecosmailse.

cosmailse (perh.g s.ofcosmailiusasadj.):dath a grūaidi . . . /
dīamtar cōire cosmailsi`symmetrical', Otia ii 88 § 11 .coimh-
30díre cosmailsi gach dá gradh similar,equal(?), Ériu xiii
30.26 . ?dleghar fiach fodhbaither cosmhailsi, 29.23 . As
subst. cusnacosmailsibgl.cum similibus, Lor. Gild. 32 .

cosmaisiugud xseecosmailigiud.

cosmart xseecaismert.

35 cosnaid xseecon-sní.

cosnaige n=cosnamaid:AnCosnaighi `TheDefender ', AU iii
92.5 .

cosnais: n bia[i]l . . . mar c. ¤ tregda is forche is tairrngeir is
sinen, O'C. 781 ( H. 3. 18,366a ) `anawl?', Plummer MS. notes.

40 cosnam u,m. vn.ofcon-sní. See Thurn. Gramm. 102 (n p.
coisnimi, Wb. 7d13 ).cosnamh m. g s. cosnaimh,cosnamha,
cosanta, IGT Decl. § 47 . Verbs § 44 .d s. chosnaim, O'R.
Poems 2871 (see n.), 863 .n s. cosnadh, ZCP xxx 53.357 .
casnamh, E. O'Rahilly 160.12 Later alsocosaint,g s.
45 cosanta.
(a)act ofcontendingfor,strivingfor,gaining;contention,
strife: c. ¤ .i. imrisan no cogadh, Ériu xiii 67 § 74 .consniatt
.i. cosnum, O'Dav. 516 .cosnamh .i. cogadh, O'Cl. ?cosnamh
.i. comhshnámh,ibid. cech cenéle cosnamagl.contensione,
50 Wb. 6b1 .cosnamagl.contensiones, 7d12 .c. ¤ etimbressan,
11c21 .doch. ¤ insmachta`to contend for the rule', 18c18 .
oc c. ¤ sacerdotalachtaegl.inpugnationem, Ml. 73a12 .cen
ch. ¤ , Fél. Ep. 221 .oc do ch. ¤ -so in competition for thee(as
guest), BDD² 259 .do ch. ¤ a chóem-lendáin`contend for',
55 Met. Dinds. iii 80.32 .cú dia-ndechaid cāch c. ¤ for which all
contended
, Sc.M.² 22d .ig cosnum mennato dia braithrib
`gaining an abode from his brothers', RC xxiv 176.3 .celdag
hi cluain mac nóis im c. ¤ na hapdaine`over a contest for the
abbacy
', Mon. Tall. 162.12 .caindleóracht in tige . . . do ch. ¤
60 to take over the lighting of the house, LU 9197 ( FB 92 ).ar con
tístaís do ch. ¤ a tána, Táin 2014 .ic cosnum chuirp P.,
Trip.² 3013 .cia dos necma for ch. ¤ though he chance to contend,
Laws iv 374.26 Comm. ag cosnum rigi no apdaine, v
284.19 Comm. a ceasa, a cosnuma`contests', Ériu iv 148.1 .
65 gan chiós gan chaín no chosnamh creíche, RC x 336.19 =
gan dúnad gan slúagad, Táin 2632 .ro triallsat rigi Bretan
do chosnum`they attempted the conquest', Cog. 84.4 .do
chosnamh duine dhó`to win men', Dán Dé xxiii 24 .do
chosnum tosaigh`to gain a lead', Aen. 992 .co truime moir
70┐ cosnumh fair opposition (?) (of persons unwilling to under-
take a task), 1748 .ceist ┐ caingean ┐ c. ¤ , PH 322 .
Attrib.g s. gúbrethaig ┐ áes cosnoma contentious folk,
LU 2191 ( FA 27 ).na boin cosnuma`which are subjects of
dispute
', Laws ii 42.18 Comm. With follg. prepp.cen ch. ¤
75fris unopposed(of candidate for kingship), Críth Gabl.
435 .tancadur dot cosnum frisin lucht ro ḟácaibh tú`to
contend for thee with those
. . .', CCath. 1498 .do ch. ¤ na hanma
frisna haingliu, Otia i 114 § 4 .do ch. ¤ na bennachtan frisin
mac n-aile(of Jacob and Esau), Celtica iv 8.22 .tiaghmait-ni
80dia cosnum friu`to contend with them for her', Aen. 553 .a
chosnamh fa roinn`to fight him for his share', Content. xiv 25 .
(b)act ofdefending,protecting;defence,protection (the
more freq. meaning in later lang. and of the formcosaint):
cosnum a breithe o ro-sn-uca`defend', Laws v 252.9 ,cf.
85iv 28.5 .cosaint do denam, ZCP vi 35.19 .do chionn ar
gcosanta, Content. xxx 23 .o nach facaidh ara cosaint hé
`on his guard', St. Ercuil 300 .an c. ¤ ┐ an cothucchadh do
ronsat . . . ina naghaidh`defence and stand', FM vi 2188.10 .
ceand a cosnama chief protector, IGT Verbs ex. 394 = Decl.
ex. 1272 .cenn cosnamha . . . Erenn, MR 96.3 .fear cosanta
5┐ cothaigthi a cuiccidh fein, FM iii 396.10 .la taobh a chiosa
cosanta`tribute of protection', v 1438.2 .for a chernaibh cos-
namha`points of defence', Hugh Roe² 312.7 .cliath cosnaimh,
TSh. 6895 .lucht cosnaim dlighe ┐ foghluma, PCT 422 .
a[c] c. ¤ cert Laigen for firu Mumun defending . . . against,
10 RC xvii 20.19 (Tig.).do chosnamh mo chreidimh orra,
Desid. 4841 .dia cabur ┐ dia cosaint on cathgleo, ZCP vi
40.16 .