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1 cres adj[o, ā] expld. as narrow,slender,restricted :ced leth . . . /
75coslafe mo bachlach cress, Auraic. 5365 ( LL 5172 ) =cosluid-
fea mo cobhlach creas`narrow fleet', 1603 ( BB 328b39 ).
?domidiur de / secht cachtu cíchsidi crissu`slender', Corm.
Trans. 110.9 cited O'Dav. 345 .nī bo c. ¤ nach cinēl duit
`in want', Fianaig. 16.8 .nirbu c. ¤ coicne / coimchnis
80brāithre, Corp. Gen. 4.17 .cuig bha gach natha nada c. ¤ ,
Ériu xiii 27.8 =cuig ba . . na dicress, Laws v 62.24 Comm.
.i. caol, O'Dav. 476 .creas .i. cumhang, O'Cl. dún Cermna
nad chress celar, LL 2151 . In a variety of chevilles:nad-
chres, SR 1191 . 3059 . 3529 .luadh nad creas, ZCP xiv
85161.6 .clú nad cress, Met. Dinds. iv 92.15 .slicht nad chress,
Hib. Min. 40.9 .Inber Cíchmaine, cid cress`though it be
narrow
', Met. Dinds. iv 176.1 .Duma nEirc, ní haichde cress
`no narrow work', i 46.21 cited asc. ¤ .i. cumungut estduma
nEirc, ni haighi c. ¤ , O'C. 1177 ( H. 3. 18,467 ).
Assubst.:crothsait cress ṁbodbae`sie erschütterten ein
5Kriegsgedränge
', Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 20.23 .feruid in coil imma
cress / a mes`around its narrowness', K. and H. 9 .

2 cres n .i. crithnughudh` brandishing ', O'Dav. 394 ( Ériu xiii 35 ).
Perh. late formation from pret. pass. of(fo-)ceird.

?cresach adj(2 cres?) ` shaking,shivering ', Meyer Contribb. 512 .
10 go madh treabhair, crodha, beodha creasach, sartholach a
righe`severe' (of heir apparent), TFrag. 26.21 . ?asa buasaib
creseach, Laws v 412 n. Inn. loc. Druim Cresach,seeHog. Onom.

cresachtach adj[o, ā] (cf. cresach):cath crótdæ cresachtocch
` shivering ', RC xii 98 § 132 .

15 cresaigid v(2 cres?) shakes,brandishes: cresaígis a slega ┐
bertnaigis a chlaidem, LU 6282 (TBC) = Táin 2130 .cress-
aigthe in fer . . . in lágin sin, LU 7703 =cresaigthi, BDD²
1232 (with redundant suff. pron.).cresaighther slegha,
Ériu xiii 35.7 , cited O'Dav. 394 .Vn. don cressnughadh ┐
20don crithnugudh shaking , CCath. 5254 .

crescae n(1 cres+cae, Murphy Lyrics,Gloss. s. cress ; perh.io
and borrowed from Lat.praesaepium). stall: crescai .i. tech
cumang, Corm. Y 366 .creascha .i. teach cumhang, O'Cl.
(s.v. creas).c. ¤ .i. tech mbec ndereoil, O'C. 92 ( H. 3. 18,66 ).
25 in cresca i n-a tucad he iar n-a breth(of Christ), ZCP xvii
232.5 .baili in . . . ro suigestar in cresgca .i. cliab, YBL
169a48 .isin crescaigl.in presepio, Rawl. B. 512, 65a ,isin
crescu, 67b (cited Meyer Contribb. 512 ). ?cresca .i. silugad,
Ériu xiii 89 § 271 .

30 crescinib n d p.(crescae):ona crescinibh biti imin clochdroichit
` cabins ', Laws ii 232.11 Comm.

crésen adj o, ā(Lat.Christianus. Infl. ofcreitemsuggested byDe
Búrca,Lochlann iii 284 , not likely in view of long -é- of first
syll.Cf. 1 créda?) believing,pious :c. ¤ .i. craibhtech .i. sen
35a chré, O'Dav. 447 .crésean .i. creadhal no craibhtheach,
O'Cl. C. credal c. ¤ (: ro fésser), Fél. Feb. 4 .
Assubst. o,m. believer,religious,piousone:a ceól clūasach
na crēssen (: -glésed)` believers ', Ériu ii 63 § 1 .co cethorchait
chréssen (: fésser)`pious ones', Fél. Oct. 24 .A. . . . in c. ¤
40(: thésed)`the pious one', Apr. 27 .dāil de forsin cōel cresen
(.i. clēirech dognīd), ZCP xii 235 § 51 .ainim cressin ciṅges
ar chel . . . regaid éc aitti īar sein di cretair creissin hi
Temuir, ZCP xii 238 § 65 .for cresiōn cád, 235 § 52 .fri
cuibsena cresion`believers', Laws i 16.15 .cresen .i. cleireach
45.i.creando(leg. credendo?), O'C. 94 ( H. 3. 18,66 ).is hé lín
creisin bías for Héirinn, Eg. 1782,17a cited Meyer Contribb.
512 .

crésine n iā,f.(crésen) piety,religion :c. ¤ cen sechtai`piety
without simulation
', Celtica viii 58 § 1 ( ZCP iii 448 ).ce dech
50do chrēsini ? (cresin,v.l.) . . . Crēsine gnīmach du-snī ar
mór-dídnad, 74 § 31 ( 454 ).tréde faillsiges cach ndagḟeras:
dán, gaisced, c. ¤ , Triads 196 (cresenai,v.l.).ferach cach co
crésíni, LL 345d37 =go creisim, BB 65a4 .sruithi cen
commaidh cresine`without fellowship in belief', BNnÉ 305
55§ 22 .creisine, Acall. 4651 v.l. a tri on airecur tol Dé .i. genus
i n-óide, creisine i mmidais, ettle fri haes, LB 71 marg. inf.
hifirinne ┐ cresine, Hib. Min. 11.355 .hicresiniu, 357 .
Note also:co foltaib coiraib cach dia creisine cirt` church ',
Laws iii 34.23 .i. . . . don eclais bes i ndligud a cristaideachta,
60 30 Comm. Asn. pr. macc Cresséni m'Ernóc, Fél. Aug. 18
(no rhyme. Deriv. of1 cres?).Ernine mac Cresine o
Raith Nui i nUíb Garrchon, Mart. Tall. Aug. 18 .

crésinech adj o, ā(crésine):credal .i. cretmech . . . cresinech .i.
faiscti .i. áintech, Fél.² xlv 16 .ním creisineach (sic)
65miodhaoise` pious ', Aithd. D. 57.10 (no rhyme). See
creisech.

cresnugud xseecresaigid.

cresrugad n(cris)act ofgirding :ar na gcreasrughadh ré fírinne,
Eph. vi 14 .ag creasrugadh na luinge, Acts xxvii 17 .

70 ? cress: n meissi do thóguib in mess / iss do chuiris é rem ch. ¤ ,
Anecd. i 35 § 83 .Leg. chness?

crét interr.(see1 cíaandrét).créd . . . cóir, IGT Introd.
§ 16 .cráet, Corp. Gen. 405.5 ,etc.
(a) what ? With copula:c. ¤ sút ? LU 4019 ( SC 47 ).crāet
75adbar bar n-anūabair ? Arch. iii 238 § 1 .créad an fáth ?
` why ' ? Dán Dé xxii 4 .créad dó(sic leg.)what had he to do
(with)
? Content. v 88 .créd agaibh aoidhigh a gcéin
`whence comes it that ye have guests from afar', Bard. P. 20.1 .
do fhíarfaidh . . . de cred é in duine sin, ZCP xi 124.14 .bídh
80a fhios ag an liaigh créad aní is folláin . . . iarras an t-othar
quid salutiferum . . . petat aegrotus, TSh. 8214 .cret is
lepuidh ar leith? Laws ii 178.z Comm. With other verbs:
cret ticc ritt what is the matter with you? IT i 122.1 ( TE 7
Eg.).craet dofaeth don gaiseo? RC iii 178.22 .ní chluine
85créad chanaim-se, Timth. 1917, 61 § 8 .créd atá na ndefhogh-
rachuibh which of them(the vowels), IGT Introd. § 1 (1.11) .
(b) why ? (expld. ascia ar rét, RSClára Introd. p. 30 ).cræd
fofrīth litir? why were letters invented? ZCP xii 294.16 .
[nimh] do chneadh créad nach caoinfinn? A. Ó Dálaigh
xxviii 10 .créd nach naithninn a chúl cas? Rel. Celt. ii
5242.25 .créad mar do choisgis dod reabhradh? DDána
105.20 .an bhreath créad nach cuimhnighim? 11.8 .crāed
'mar mill[is]-siu mo reacht? why hast thou violated my law?
Ériu iv 176.10 . Forc. ¤ renderingwherefore(=for that
reason
) see Ériu xv 182 (RSClára).
10(c) As indef.gidh créd do íar whatever he asked, IGT Decl.
ex. 1377 .