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crapail(l)te part.ofcraplaid. Alsocre-. bound,fettered :
85 cúibhrighte, creapluighthe, Eg. Gl. 130 .crapta, creap-
laighte, 162 .crapaillti triasan senpecad, YBL 152a9 .go
ttuccus creapailti / C., Duan. Finn ii 260 § 45 .ina cipe
crapaillti, ZCP vi 59.30 .am chime chrapaillti in fetters, St.
Ercuil 718 .

crapall n(with voiceless -p-) [o,m.] (ONkrapp-helda, Bidrag
5 137 ). Alsocre-. fetter,bond; act ofbinding,cramping,
fettering :aige . . . i ceṅgul ┐ chrapull ┐ chuibrech, Táin
1181 .i crapull ┐ i cuibrech, YBL 151a26 . ?craeb na
crappall, LL 3449 .an goeth . . . acum chrapull, LB 235
marg. sup. is fearr do chiall red chrapoll(to the body),
10 Aithd. D. 79.2 .sgaoíl ar ccreapall, Duan. Finn ii 304.25 .
a ccreapall ┐ a [g]cuibhreach, Dhá Sg. Art. 854 .

crapán n o,m.(crap). Alsocru-. cramp,contraction :crapan ┐
lesach(diseases of pigs), O'C. 297 ( H. 3.18,163 ) =crupan,
1103 (447a).haec chiragra.crupán na lám, Ir. Gl. 233 .
15 intan crapuid na baill ó crupán na féithe, O'Gr. Cat. 268.36 .
crupan in gaili, Rosa Ang. 82.4 .

craplaid v(crapall).do creapladh, Beatha S.F. 3278 .dá
gcraiplighthear, 2 Pet. ii 20 . binds,fetters :gur' craphledh
(sic) ┐ gur' cengledh (sic) a chosa . . . d'a cheile, AU ii
20520.7 .iadas alamha . . . tairis . . . ┐ ró chrapuill, RC xi
326.28 .rochrapall etir mo chend ┐ mo chosa, Ériu v 148.40 .
an dáimh le gallaibh do craipileadh, Ó Bruad. iii 120.2 .
Withcride:do chrapillsi mo chraide / attorrsi asahandaime
wrung(?), LB 34 marg. inf. uathadh cridhe nach crapuill
25`does not straiten', Aithd.D. 39.43 . Note also:an úair . . .
crapuilter í re hessláinte, RSClára 95b .Part. crapaillte.

crapscuil xseecrepuscul.

craptha etc. part.ofcrapaid.crapta, creaplaighte= wrapped,
shrunk , Eg. Gl. 162 .lamh thirim chrapaighthi=manus
30arida, Smaointe B.Chr. 2094 .atáid a fhréumha c. ¤ timchioll
an chnocáin wrapped, Job viii 17 .

1 cré n d,f. a s. crieid, Ml. 85c14 .g s. criad, Wb. 4c30 .críad,
LU 1429 . dissyll., Fél. Apr. 19 .d s. chrieid, Ml. 102d9 .
chried, 44c1 .chríaid, SR 7683 .crícited Thurn. Gramm.
35 222 .decrí , Blathm. 90 § 1 .c. ¤ f., IGT Decl. § 97 . Later
indecl.
Clay,earth :inna criadgl.luti, Ml. 44c1 .inch. ¤ fechtnach
singl.limus, 81c14 .cre maeth, Trip.² 859 . ?in taulchuma
.i. in chrē derg bāe sin tenid(in a smithy), Corp. Gen. 132.16 .
40 Cf. crocán criad, O'Gr. Cat. 179.14 .airliter cumni cóich
comarbai c. ¤ land , LU 3474 ( SC 25 ).grian .i. ō chri[aid] crē
.i.a creta , O'Mulc. 661 . Withtéit:ar ndul duit i gc. ¤ after
dying
, DDána 8.9 .dul fá chriaidh, Dánta Gr. 16.15 . Hence:
a run do comoill co criaidh till death(?), BB 56b20 . ?Cf.
45 C. . . . / coilles cludu cocriaich, Rawl. 116c35 (perh. to be
read ascocriachwith Corp. Gen. 9.2 ).an ráth gheal ler
caitheadh c. ¤ backed with earth(?), DDána 119.13 .trē
mhēud na criadh, Beatha S.F. 3128 .a ch. ¤ chúil(of Mary)
supporting earthworks, Aithd. D. 54.2 .as ē crē chúil Ghall is
50Gaoidheal(of chieftain), Butler Poems 569 .
Ing s. etc.as epithet of the body:corpan criad`a poor
body of clay
', RC xxiii 416.7 .fer cáin i curp críad gil(7
sylls.), Imr. Brain 50 .olc dūthchus na colla crīad, Arch.
iii 238 § 4 ( Aithd. D. 80 ).ructha dochum pardais ina
55corpaib criad(of Elias and Enoch), LL 36409 .fuair sidéic a
síair i slánti / do chriaid fhir na báirci hí she was of the
family of
(?), LL 37770 ( SG 361. 40 ).an chraobh do chri-
aidh chumhraidhe(of Alexander), Ir. Syll. Poetry 37 § 3 .
Hence in transfd. sense thebody :crín moc. ¤ , Corm. 21.30 .
60 ri roches hicriaid chain, SR 7769 .gan chrínadh criadh ná
chomluth, Anecd. i 29.6 .gach ríoghradh ór chin a ch. ¤ ,
DDána 91.4 . Note also:cre duine bad aille . . . inas`a man
of fairer mould
', Ann. Conn. 1228.2 .
Attrib.g s earthen :foithraicedh criadh mud bath, RC xi
6530.20 .a dhúil [chriadh], PBocht 1.36 .ceard chorcán
gcriadh do dhéanamh, TSh. 313 .mur . . . criadh, Hugh
Roe² 172.11 .dream . . . na gcos gcriadh, Dán Dé xxix 5 .
Inn. pr. Crob Criad Hand of Clay, BColm. 74.4 .
Inn. loc. a cath Droma Críadh, Cóir Anm. 102 .
70Compds. With nouns:cainnech mo c[h]omarci/ . . . ar
caire criadbāis from mortal sin(?), Arch. iii 219 § 1 .a
chriadhchurpáin, Párl. na mB. 2093 .tógbad pirrél a
créfhaladh bheg`earthen wall', ALC i 328.17 =crebanach,
O'Gr. Cat. 8.27 .an troightheach criaidh-iarainn, TSh. 75 .
75 inna credmaigi(a p.), Ériu ii 124 § 70 . With adj.criad-gel,
Rawl. B 512,120a1 cited Meyer Contribb. 515 (`chalk-white').

2 cré xsee1 créda.

créach: ind c. ¤ .i. caoch, O'Cl.

créatuir n(Lat. or Engl. loanword):rí na naingeal ┐ creatuir
80nime ┐ talman creator , Laud 610,23b cited Plummer MS.
notes.

creb: n gen chuil, gen chrebh im choimghním, Airne F.,370
`probablement une forme simplifiée de crebhar', n.ro
thechsetar . . . amail elta bo . . . re creib ┐ re culib` gadflies ',
85 Cog. 192.3 .

crebanach xsee1 crécompds.