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55 creitid vlater alsocra-,cro-. believes,trusts;gives allegiance,
homage. Absol.acceptsthefaith, isconverted: dondí creitesgl.
credenti, Wb. 2b27 .bid huathad creitfes diib, 4d5 .isdreecht
díib nadrochreitetmuscreitfet cithésidi, 5c2 .corro chraitea
sochuide triit, 12c33 (see Thurn. Gramm. 54 ).islia de
60creitfessgl.ad profectum . . . euangelii, 23b7 .creit-siu,
Trip.² 129 .ar ro chreit in lá ría tabairt chatha M. accepted
the faith
, LU 4089 . Note also:trí hingena Cuind is croid
/ M. ┐ S. ┐ Sároid assuredly(?), IGT Verbs ex. 649 .
With direct object:actrocretea deacht`provided he
65believe in
', Wb. 27b15 .nihed améit nonchretidsi act fodaimid
fochidi airi, 23c7 .isindí nad creitidchristum gl.Deum
inhonoras, 1d14 .ni rochreitset áníc donaib imnedaib, Ml.
35c20 .ind huli doini rochreitset inchollugud cristgl.
credentes, 60b16 .aracrete són, 126c10 .cein mhoir rot
70chreitiu (-creit,Ed.)`who has believed him', Blathm. 134 .
creitiu in trindoit, Ériu xix 62 § 14 .ní creitset in fírdeacht,
Thes. ii 317.42 (Hy. ii).gor creitset in slūagh gan acht /
Grigair triasan cantairecht, ZCP viii 114.28 .conad hi
comairli rocraitea la maithibh na Tartraidhi triall for in
75fasach`the counsel accepted by', Marco P. 28 .rocreit Crist, ┐
robaistedh, RC xlvi 228.1 .na creided D. aimles orm-sa
`believe evil of me', St. Ercuil 2450 .Inghean Uí Ch. . . . /
chreideas Dia`trusted in', Magauran 1716 .béal corcra nach
creid banfháidh`whose like no prophetess foretold', 4143 .
80Infigura etymologica:massu made inchretem ro chreti,
Wb. 13a34 (leg. rochretsid, Edd.).
With follg. noun clause:rocretset dungenad dia aní
durairṅgert, Ml. 123c1 .arna rochretea m bías ícc do
huadiagl.disperationem salutis, 127a7 .ro-chreitsit co mba
85fír, PH 1082 .ro chroitset . . . na heperadh . . . goa, Hugh
Roe² 178.24 .crait-si . . . bid fír a n-atbér-sa, Alex. 833 .
WithVn.clause:niro chreitset bás dia dícthin, Ml. 90c22 .
conna rochret á íc, 33b5 .nís rochret[set] trogai dia tichtin,
39d3 .
With follg. prepp.:indí diaruchretsidsi, Wb. 8c11 .cretfite
5dúnni`who will believe in us', 14c4 .rochreitset doprecept
Ísu, 24d23 .crete doneuch asberat som`who believe what
they say
', Ml. 17c4 .Cf. hóre cretes sochuideDeo , Wb. 23a8 .
creitfi . . . duitsiu, Vita Br. 43 .coro chreitiur duit ar bélaib
fer nE. give allegiance to you, Trip.² 512 .cach óen na
10cretfe dó(viz.Anticrist), LU 1425 .ro chreidset dOsgar
íer sin, Duan. Finn i 68.19 .docreididar . . .dho`believed in
it
', Ériu ii 83.4 .muna chreidmís dóibh trusted them, Desid.
4692 .na ceathra dúile . . . / do chreidsead dó`served him',
PBocht 1.31 .is mo rocreitea doib`they could be more relied
15upon
', TTebe 1636 .nicretid hícrist`ye believe not in Christ',
Wb. 20a13 .óin diairchinchibassiaeinsin ro chretset
hicrist, 7b11 .cretfet hi Crist, PH 1252 .indis do cách
cretfes uait`to anyone who will believe it from thee', PH 2395 .
nír creideadh é ón easbol, DDána 58.30 .nīr creidedh ēn-
20fhocal uadha, ML² 789 .
Vn. creitem.Vbl. of necess. creiti.

creitmech adj o, ā(creitem) believing,faithful, of thefaith :adib-
cretmich in fectsa, cretmech dano for clandgl.sancti,
Wb. 10a6 .dom maccaib-sé creitmechaib, Trip.² 749 .ic
25slanugud in uli phopuil mád it creidmech, KMMisc. 146.4 .
cumasc do firaib creidmecha ┐ do firaib geindtlige, Laws
v 472.6 Comm. an Chluain chreidmheach holy , Oss. iv
280.10 .
Assubst. o,m. believer, one of thefaithful :nach nastad
30incretmech, Wb. 10a7 .arnadergaba línn cretmech, 10d13 .
dochretmechaib noui testamenti , 21c22 .c. ¤ sin asmessa
ancreitmechgl.infideli deterior, 28d23 .inchreitmiggl.
credentes, Ml. 119a16 .sochaide . . . do chretmechu in
choimded, PH 1120 .

35 crem n uAlsocrim(see Thurn. Gramm. 52 ).don chuain
chneamha, Ó Bruad. iii 204.11 . ` dog's leek,wild garlick
leek,gentian,buckrams ', Hog. Luibhl. ma ro metha[d]
crimés . . . .i. antan ticc in crimh .i. féis do berur a naimsir
in creamha don flaith .i. maothla ┐ loim, O'D. 520 ( H. 3. 17,
40 422 ).maith a crim, Acall. 497 v.l. gais chrema, LL 13579
( Ir. Texts i 32 ) = Corm. Y 688 .bert crema, Anecd. i 48.5 .
dlochtan cremha, IT iii 82.21 .a n-aill crema, O'C. 894
( H. 3. 18,399 ).a chaora ┐ a chreamh, Buile S. 22.20 .ard a
crimh, geal a gasáin, IT ii2128.163 .gur ḟas an duille ┐
45an crim ann, CS 242.25 .creamh, ┐ sealgán, ┐ luibhe`garlic',
BNnÉ 165.31 . Used as tinder:ag a losgud . . . amail c. ¤
oghin, Aisl. Tund. 97.5 .
Asn. pr. C. ¤ Marda, Dinds. 17 . Cluain Crema, seeHog.
Onom.
50In compd. plant-name :creamh na muice fiadh, Hog.
Luibhl. crim muc fiadh`hart's tongue', Rosa Ang. 260.19 .
crim mucc fiad=scolopendria, 286.18 .crim muicce fiada ar
āth n-aba(of chieftain), Bruchst. 167 ( IT iii 100 § 178 ).
Compds.crimmesappar. of some form of short rations
55orabstinence (second element us. taken asfeis), Laws ii
326.7 `garlic feast', Plummer MS. notes.craumfes .i. ar
chaiscc, O'C. 876 ( H. 3.18,393a ).faill frichnuma im na
fobiadhuibh .i. samfit ┐ crimmes, O'D. 292 ( H. 3. 17,230 ).
crimfeis a coicrich erraigh ┐ tsamhraigh . . . ar is terc do cach
60annsin, O'C 2145 ( Eg. 88,2(3)d ).Mael Cruind a Cremchaill
(n. loc.), LL 37988 ( SG 365.27 ).cremh-caille(g s.) gl.Ernin,
Gorm. June 31 .Cf. mar chanach [gCreamhchoilleach]
(:gealchoilleach), DDána 114.20 .

cremach adj o, ā(crem) aboundinginwild garlic :in chluain
65chreamuch garlic-growing , Acall. 496 - 8 .cnoc lannach
creamhach, Measgra D. 41.11 .gleann creamhach, 43.7 .

cremad n .i. crann`lignum', `vectis', Goidelica 75 § 47 (Dúil L.).

cremaildi adj(crem+álaind?):có aiti cremhaildi .i. is cuma
frisaice itir dligech ┐ inndligech, O'C. 453 ( H. 3. 18,242a ).

70 cremla: n as fair, tar c. ¤ cile / cath Freamhna Midhe meabhaidh
`falseprophecy ', FM i 162.x =c. ¤ cille, RC xvii 125.16 (Tig.).

? cremloch: ind in lōebc[h]oirnech c. ¤ ō Slē[i]b Cuillind, ZCP ix
452.8 .

cremmannach adj o, ā(creimm) form variable. corroded,injured,
75 worn;gnawing,damaging :a dá ṡengabair chrína chrem-
manncha` mangy ', Táin 3902 .trī srōna creimennacha,
ML² 1590 .lán de dhriseachaibh coganta creimneacha
`bitter thorns', ZCP iv 406.5 .dhá dhiabhal chreinmeacha
chiordubha, 414.z . Seecrimnach.

80 cremnúaill n .i. coirm-nuall nó caint corma nó leanna, O'Cl.
crithle, cremnūail, ZCP xii 290.21 ` ale-shout ', Meyer Con-
tribb. 512 .

? cremsetar: ind donahiblochtaibh rochiarchuarcrap c. ¤ dam,
IT iii 102.2 .

85 cremthannán n[o,m.] (crimthenn):co fhaicinn an creamh-
thannán / . . . ag creim na gcnámh`littlefox ', Buile S. 74.23 .