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créidim n act ofgnawing,corroding;diminution,corrosion,
damage :credem (leg.crédim) galar, SR 1508 .ar chathaib,
80air chredim, Fen. 282.24 .nír mheistte liter 'na leighenn /
uiscce 'na creidhim da bhfúair(a book fallen into water),
BNnÉ 136.z .nach cás crēidhim, O'R. Poems 3977 .cre tar
a corp as créidím is a cause of grief, Rel. Celt. ii 272.16 .
créidhim im bhás an dá bhan, Aithd. D. 18.9 .slán fád
85chréidhim, a chos deas, Hackett² 15.1 . Asvn. dá gcréidhim
`gnawing', Aithd. D. 92.15 .
V. freq. in phr.cen c. ¤ complete(ly),perfect(ly) (us. as
cheville):ri congrad cenchredim cain, SR 7271 .coic ríg
trichat cen chreidim, LL 28063 .ba slán dia churp gan
creidhim for fult na fiaccail, Anecd. i 70.x .do chlar gan
5chradh gan credim (: ēirind), IT iii 87 § 96 .
Seecreimm,creinn,crinad.

créidmniugud n(créidim):credhba .i. credmniugud` corroding ',
O'Dav. 556 .

creimm [orig.n,n.?]vn.ofcreinnid.crimb, Anecd. i 31.17 .
10 creime, Eochairsg. 81.20 .creimeadh, 9.6 .act ofgnawing,
chewing,corroding :crimm corp mo chlainne, Anecd. i
31.y .fiach . . . / ic creim nāt nāmat, O'Mulc. 836 .ic creim ┐
icc scripadh na croch, CCath. 3982 .ic c. ¤ cnama, Fél. 48.28 .
mar dhaola ag creim ar dtaobh, ZCP iv 416.y .d'eagla a
15shúl dam chreim fá m'chuid(of a grudging host), Tribes of
Irel. 74.7 .ag creim ┐ ag cainedh daoine eille, RC xxiii 24.2 .
a ccoinsias . . . aga ccreim(of the damned), Parrth. Anma
6167 .
Compds.na luchóg . . . bhíos . . . ag creim-ghearradh
20fréimhe na beatha, TSh. 595 .dá gcognamh ┐ dá gcreim-
leadradh, 5699 .
Seecréidim,creinn,crinad.

creimmid v(creimm) gnaws,bites,corrodes :do chreim sí a
chluais ó n-a cheann, Keat. ii 4375 .caittear ┐ creimthear
25lé crumhaibh, TSh. 1260 .ní chrimeam cúl mo chompáin
do not backbite, Dánfhocail 173 .Part. creidhmthe creatlom,
Ó Bruad. i 106.18 . Seecreinnid.

creinn n=creimm.creind f., IGT Decl. § 14 .c. ¤ , Verbs § 76 .
Alsocrinn.crein, Mac Aingil 3841 .cerc arna c. ¤ `a hen-
30pecked fowl
' (of dead pig), Hermathena ci 30 § 9 .crumha ac
creim (creind, crind,v.l.) bar lám, De Contemptu 2206 .faghāil
chabhra ón ch. ¤ domhuin, O'R. Poems 1503 .dá athair-
nimhe . . . dom chrinn ┐ dom chognam, Ériu v 80.17 .dā
mhadradh allta ag crinn a dá lámh, Mac Aingil 2735 .

35 creinnid v gnaws,corrodes;devours :crenaid brain brāigde fer,
TBC² 3421 (rhet.) =crennait, Táin 4603 .buidne bran,
crindfittid (sic) cinn bhur g-curadh`shall devour', MR 64.2 .
no forcraindfit ethaide will peck at you, Alex. 225 .creinnfit
sineoin ┐ prechain for sethnacha, BB 429a47 .as baoghal
40duit go ccrindfe thú(of worm), Desid. 3176 . ?ní leathan
do glac a greim / do chreinn Mac ar Sethar sind, IGT Verbs
ex. 685 .gor crinnitt dochum terre, Arch. iii 311.5 .
Vn. créidim,creimm,creinn,crinad.
Seecreimmidand ZCP vii 400 .

45 creis: ind sui slán c. ¤ (creas, créis, crés,v.ll.) Crist`who grew in
Christ
', ACC 72 .

creisech adj(` pious ', Meyer Contribb. 511 ). ?asa buasaib creseach
da tecmad a fagbail, Laws v 412 n. Assubst. ā,f. foceird
mo greis (.i. cumairce) forsin creisigh (.i. forsin cráibhthigh),
50 ZCP v 490 § 16 (B. na f.).Cf. crésinech?

créisin,-ine x etc.seecrésen, -ine,etc.

?creit: ind hi turthecht Crist do clú c. ¤ , LB 185a33 .

creitem ā,f. vn.ofcreitid. Later alsoo,m. creidimh croidimh
f., IGT Decl. § 150 .creideamh croideamh m., § 101 .
55 creideam creidim croideam croidim, Verbs § 72 .creidemain,
croidemain f., IGT Decl. § 10 .credemuin,croidemuin,
Verbs § 73 .creideadh, Luc. Fid. 4269 .g s. anchreidmhe
(required by metre), Dán Dé vi 5 . Desid. 3648 .
(a)act ofbelieving; act ofcomingtobelieve, beingconverted :
60 sochude do creittim triaprecept, Wb. 1b5 .arranert ahiress
dochretimgl.confortatus est in fide, 2d1 .hires creitmeiesu
christi gl.per fidem solam, 2b8 . 4d4 .cretem dúibsi`your
believing
', 15a6 ; 5a1 ; 4b28 ; 10a29 ; 12c39 .as doilig do
creitiumh, Ériu ii 118 § 55 .sgél bus cóir do chreideamhuin,
65 IGT Verbs ex. 662 .
With obj. gen.:cretem cetheora persann`a belief in four
Persons
', Tur. 86 .intesamni (leg.innesamni,note) indfirieín
dut chreitimsiu`to believe Thee', Ml. 142b2 .dochretim
adeachtegl.credentibus in eum, Wb. 2d6 ; 4d27 .trichretim
70 iesu christi , 2b6 ; 13d28 .atomriug . . . / . . . / cretim treodatad
`through belief in the threeness', Thes. ii 354.26 .creidem dúle
trust in creatures, Imr. Brain 47 .cretem na hesergi, PH
6738 .ar dāigh creidmi in c[h]uirp atchī i.e.that men might
believe in the real presence, RC xxxvii 348 § 55 .innus
75nacharb eitir a creidimain, Fier. 49 .
With follg. noun clause:arnap samlid beith ær creitemni
condib sain persan maic de ┐ maic duini linngl.ut ne
quaternitatem faciamus in Trenitate, Tur. 86 .cretem dait
linfider dogin horath that thou shouldst believe that etc., Ml.
80 103a10 .is cretem laisiom nipa menic, Mon. Tall. 148.x .
doratsat creidemain gur uo fīr-bríathra, Fl. Earls 128.22 .
a chreidiomh . . . go ttiubhradh Dia, Desid. 718 .
With follg. prepp.:is díriug dúib cretem do`to believe in
him
', Wb. 17b32 .mad ail deit cretim do Christ, PH 2465 .
85 nír fhágoibh / . . . / ach aonmhac dar chóir creideamh
`in whom he could place his hopes', O'Hara 1424 .is córa
creideamhain do sheanchus Éireann i san nídh seo, Keat.
i 44.5 .leabhair . . . da nach coir creideamh do thabhairt,
Luc. Fid. 4260 .trichretim inísu faith in Jesus, Wb. 3c2 .
3d19 ; 15a33a ; 19c12 ; 27a2 .ácretem indiagl.non est creditus,
5 etc., Ml. 97b2 .ar baí cretim in óenDé oc C., LU 4045 .
ba handsu do creidium a mmil mbeannach, Ériu ii 118.y .
do chreideamh a Ndía, Acts xvi 34 .do chur cretmi . . .
indib, PH 2827 .
(b) belief,faith, (Christian)religion: inchretemgl.fides,
10 Ml. 108c13 .isin cretimgl.in cuius fidem, 113b5 .fo bíth
creitme on account of religion, Críth Gabl. 605 .fororbairt
in chretem, Fél. Prol. 173 .do siladh bathuis ┐ credme,
Laws i 4.16 .a conn na creitme gloine(of Mary), Blathm.
149 .fo déig na fírinni ┐ na cretmi, LU 4096 .brissed in
15chredim, PH 7815 .creidiomh dóchas ┐ grádh, Parrth.
Anma 3157 .on ccreidiomh catholcda, Hugh Roe² 122.9 .
Attrib.g s. is tú m'athair collaide, G. . . . m'athair creidmi
`father in the faith', Todd Nenn. 90.11 .aes creidme religious ,
Laws ii 120.7 Comm. cend creidme cāich, ZCP viii 202.32 .
20 an sechran creidmhe ata ort, BCC 80.6 .fo chuing chreidmhe
┐ crābaidh, Fl. Earls 100.14 .
Of coming of Christianity:ar ba mór in cumachta demnach
ria cretim, LU 4035 .cöic rīg trīchat . . . / ō chraitim, Ériu
xvii 38 § 1 (see n.).iar ccreideimh in Erinn, Cog. 202.27 .
25 o congabad in insi so co creitium, Laws i 16.12 .Ulaid
ria cretim cruiche, Met. Dinds. iv 154.117 .
(c) credit,credibility, goodstanding :an síodh gá chara i
gcreideamh`being thus assured', PBocht 12.25 .na séala
chóir creideamhna`of credibility', A. Ó Dálaigh xlviii 24 .
30 ná brégnaigh Flaithrí fuair creideamh, Sc. G. St. iv 144 § 24 .
in t-Ectoir intamlaigtech . . . ar credium(of a leader),
Cog. 186.28 .baí hi ccion ┐ hi ccreideamhain . . . ag an
mbainrioghain, FM vi 2088.3 .do chlú ┐ do chreideamhuin,
Párl. na mB. 1828 . Prob. also in this sense (asvn.):maithi
35T.M do creidium do`who was acknowledged by the nobles of T.,
AU ii 474.26 .a credemain do Mac Uilliam Clainni Ricairt ar
sindsirecht, Ann. Conn. 1401.10 .