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caisel n o,m.(Lat.castellum). Perh. orig.n.,cf. n p. caissle, LU
10568 ,c. ¤ n-Oengussa, Met. Dinds. ii 24.89 .caiseal,caiseall
m., IGT Decl. § 53 .stonewall,rampart; stonefort :Caisil .i.
cīs-ail, Corm. Y 391 .caisiol .i. ciosail .i. ail an chíosa, O'Cl.
65 oroit do Ultan . . . dorigni in caissel, Thes. ii 289.1 .ní bíd
clad ná airbi na c. ¤ im thír, Comp. Con C. 3.13 ( LU 10568 ).
'ca chaslib . . . / torchair Cannán`ramparts', Met. Dinds.
iii 278.21 .caisil ard aelta uime(of stronghold of Priam),
BB 442b22 .ní fil múr ná c. ¤ eturru, Trip.² 1819 .a caisiul na
70hatha tar eis in tirtha, Laws v 488.13 Comm. =a caisil na
hatha`out of the wall of the kiln', O'Dav. 976 .da ba ar
caislibh, ┐ da ba ar clocanaib` stone-enclosures ',
Laws v 94.12 Comm. tar firt a muir no a caisil, 210.27 Comm.
fobairt in caisil doronadh da imsuidhi, CCath. 3513 .fían
75Dor ar chaislibh corra / tor na aislibh eatorra, IGT Decl.
ex. 1348 .ro cuiredh misi i tech fo leith, ┐ caisil etraind,
RC xlvi 230.8 .in dúnad . . . / . . . a ch. ¤ bā gelchruithnecht,
Aisl. MC 37.10 .do rinneadar Leath Cuinn caisiol cloch tar
Áth Luain, Ériu i 81 § 12 .co nderna casiul caem cloch, Fen.
80 124.7 .i clusailibh ┐ i caislibh na hinnsi, Lism. L. 3789 .
Of wall of or about church or ecclesiastical site:eclais
chruind é-side co tri caslib immpe, ZCP xvii 228.5 .na casli-
sin, 6.ic dēnum caisil a chilli, ZCP vii 306.20 .gurab caemh
re fēgadh / iar ndenam a c. ¤ (of an altar), BNnÉ 308.28 .
85Transf.do bháindéad eagair n-a chaiseal tiugh(of set of
teeth), Hackett² xviii 41 .
Inn.loc.:ón Chasiul, LU 4453 . See Hog. Onom. s.v.
caisel ,caisle.
Seecasal.

caiserbán n o,m.(cas+serbán) dandelion: mors[us]-demonis,
5dens leonis.i. dá ainm in caisserbain, Arch. i 326 § 48 .caisear-
ban, 334 § 43 . Celtica ii 40.119 .

caisernach xseecasarnach.

caisigthir xsee1 cas.

caisin: n c. ¤ sochmachtgl.id . . . videat`powerful vision', Thes.
10 ii 9.22 (leg. imcaisin, Edd.). Seeimcaisiu.

1 caisirne: ind talum . . . óigreta co reod, co c. ¤ amal chairrci
tenntidi, IT i 190.34 (FA),cf. casarnach.

2 caisirne inn.pr.:Findoll Caisirni .i.cisternae. . . issé cétduine
lér' tochlad talamh artús do dhenum chuirri, Cóir Anm. 254 .

15 caislechta part.ofcon-slig, ZCP xviii 339 § 827 but perh.
rather deriv. ofcasal:brat caslechta corcarghlan immpi(of
Étaín)in the form of a mantle(?), TE 3 (Eg.) ( IT i 119 ).cás-
leactha, IT iii 186.5 =caslechtach, YBL 181b47 .

caislén n o,m.(caisel).c. ¤ m., IGT Decl. § 35 .Cf. bailte caisléin, FM vi 2186.7 . castle :caecca
20caislen comhramhach, BNnÉ 81.3 .lucht in caislein, Grail
2781 .leagthair cathracha ┐ caisléin (: Néill), Aithd. D.
21.35 .ag forchoimhētt in chaissléin, Fl. Earls 40.11 .beagán
buidhne i gcaisléan éadaingean, TSh. 1068 .caislēn ochta
`breastworks', Fl. Earls 68.9 . 78.33 .elifint co caislénaib
25claraidh forro`bartizans of boards', Marco P. 111 .atát
.cccc. elifint . . . aigci ara n-imcuirenn sé c. ¤ crainn anúair
tét dochum catha, Maund. 162 .cu ros-trascrait a caislena
debtha`war-castles', Marco P. 114 . Oftown:go Caisleán
Emaus`castellum nomine Emmaus', Eochairsg. 97.18 .lucht
30cathrach ┐ c. ¤ (caistiall,v.l.) na hEtáile`cities and towns',
CCath. 1231 .

caisleóir n i,m.(caisel) stone-mason :caisleoir .i. fear dhéunmha
caisiol, O'Cl. Ilían caslióir.Solman Canor casleoir Nemroith
(nomina uirorum componentium lapides), LL 7253 - 4 .Imchéll
35casleóir Dagdai dúir` castle-builder ', Met. Dinds. iv 96.49 .
in mir ata on aircinniuch don caisleoir, Laws ii 232.12 Comm.

caismert ā,f.(vn.of compd. ofbeirid?). Alsocosmart,
caismirtand later withg s. -rtha.c. ¤ f., IGT Decl. § 12 .
(a) signal, usually bysound: is cosmart do rétaib ind fetgl.
40 sibili`the whistling is a signal by things', Sg. 3a7 .cosmert
gl.signum(of sign of Judas), RC viii 369.3 .roairich feit do
c. ¤ a n-oidci`a whistle for signalling at night', xii 96.2 .
tuc aichne for in teine caismberta` signal-fire ', CCath.
3721 . Frequ. of battle-cry :ra canait a cosmerta, LL 32505
45( TTr. 1703 ).ro gairsetar a commairc . . . ┐ a caismerta
comtinenais`whoops of rout', Cog. 190.28 .do gair a chaismirt
fen co hard, Fier. 69 .gairmther caismirt rēidh mo rīg,
ZCP viii 224.32 .re caismertuib . . . a curadh, ML² 1714 .
gille ag gabháil a mbeirteadh / fir ag fregra chaismeirteadh
50/ . . . caismerta and ga n-adhnadh, IGT Decl. ex. 1227 .
gan comhghairm c. ¤ , Hugh Roe² 200.25 .a cuirn comairc
┐ caismberta catha, CCath. 5615 .adarca aigh ┐ caismerta
catha, Grail 3305 .rogairsit a caismerta catha`war cries',
Marco P. 33 .caismirt chogaidh do chluinsion, Jer. xlix 2 .
55(b) din;conflict :caismirt ┐ cuinnsgleó a bfhiacul bfhrais-
reamhar, PCT 488 .acht / ængair clog ┐ comhurc ┐ caismirti
(`lamentation'), ZCP vi 296.3 .míleadh nár chlaoidhte i n-am
caismeartha an ghleo`conflict of battle', E. O'Rahilly 188.5 .
glór chaismiortha na Féinne, Oss. iii 266.z . In sense of
60 discussion :er eólas . . . ar chaismirt, Hackett² xiv 42 .spóirt
is aiteas, glór is caismirt, Iar Conn. 289.5 .
(c) Asvn.:a's a chliar cantaireachta ag caismeart,
Oss. iii 236.20 .cloig ag casmairt, iv 122.8 .fraoch na fairrge ag
caismirt le feorainn`struggles with the shore', E. O'Rahilly
65 118.6 .

caismertach adj(caismert) also-mirtech:na coírighthi crann-
ruada ceind-gera caismertacha(of troops) ` turbulent ', Celt.
Rev. iv 14.13 .gair . . . na clocc c. ¤ sin` signal bells ',
ZCP vi 284.25 .cuisleannach . . . caismirteach caoin stirring ,
70 Hackett² xxxvii 5 . Assubst. o,m.:marbhthar an cais-
mearthach le súilsméide`the contentious man', Ó Bruad. iii 2.5 .

caisrianda n gelding(?): fiche cét do mulaib ┐ cóica do chasrian-
daib .i. araile anmannaib bertaid aire=castrenses, Alex.
618 =caistriandaibh(?caithtri-with s above first t in MS),
75 BB 493b48 ( ZCP xxx 126 ) =castanaib, LB 99 marg. inf.

caistél n o,m.(Engl.castelle, TBC St. Gloss. From ANcastel, Risk § 12 .). Also-ll,-iall.
Withfem.num.teóra caistialla, FM vi 1966.1 (cf. n p.
caistialla, Hugh Roe² 100.4 .) castle,fort :im chaistialsa féin,
SG 411.34 .co dorus a chaisteoill, z. ca[i]stiall daingen
80ditoglaigti, Grail 953 .caistéoil ┐ paillivin, Aisl. Tund.
114.4 .a caistiall comdaingin, St. Ercuil 26 .bantigerna an
caisteoil-si, RC x 186.1 .a thighe cloch, ┐ a chaistiall, FM
v 1660.12 .in caistēl, Fl. Earls 166.26 .Offortified townor
city: ercid is-in castel ar bar n-agaid, PH 4432 .castial
85Maire ┐ Martha(of Bethany), 4433 .na cathracha ┐ na
caisteoil`cities and towns', CCath. 748 .
Of war-engine :ic córgud chastíal fo churadaib di chloch-
thress, LL 32237 ( TTr. 1427 ).airdighthir . . . cubhat cach
caistel on talmain, TBC St. 4602 .Cf. cathrothcaistél, 4651 .
In n. loc. see Hog. Onom.