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crínaid v(crín) withers,destroys,devastates,lays waste;fades,
withersaway. Trans.crinas(in charm), Thes. ii 249.7 .
70 gorta garbda . . . rodascrin, SR 3399 .coir cia ron crinad
colár (: cinaid) it is just that we have been stripped bare, 3619
(with -i-metri gratia? Orcf. crinad?).cia rocrínad nírbo rom
(of Bile Tortan), Met. Dinds. iv 242.17 .ram crinsatar(of
sins), Ir. Lit. 4.35.z .olc in cosc cinad romchrín (: -rír)
75`that withered me', Ériu iii 148 § 2 .críon cuing diabhail
`weaken', Dán Dé xxx 11 ( IGT Decl. ex. 1190 ).críonaidh . . .
crann do cheise / barr an chroinn as deise dhó, Magauran
1351 .cuas lé gcríonfaidhe é(of a tree), TSh. 9125 .is cuma
nos crínad uili(of peoples), LL 12433 .fear ro crinastair
80Eoraip ┐ Affraic, ZCP xxx 101.37 .coro chrinsat . . . nach
ní taidlitís a n-anala(of birds), LL 37239 .
Intrans.:ní chrínfa do delb a hóitiu, LU 10008 .crīnais
a clann, Corp. Gen. 193.5 .no co crindis(impf. 3 p.)uile
became extinct, O'C. 266 ( H. 3. 18,1517 ).is og . . . log neinech
85do cach mana crinaitt a mifolta feisin, 2142 ( Eg. 88,2(3)b ).
co crinann . . . cen rúsc(of an oak), CCath. 339 .tre no
(leg.n-a) rád gur chrin S.`had withered', MR 44.4 .crínfaith
gach maith will die away, ZCP viii 195.4 .nua na calla sul
chríonai-se`ere it withers', Dán Dé xvi 8 .gur chríonadar
`decayed' (of books), Keat. iii 1696 .
5 Vn. crínad,crínachad.

? crinair: n Sattan oirchindech in c. ¤ `[ Tartarus?]', PH 3838 .
Cf. crín?

críncán: n ná himthigh . . . do chríoncán=go not to strive,
Prov. xxv 8 .crioncan` murmur,contending ', Eg. Gl. 164 .
10 críoncán, Dinn. Seecrinchánaid.

crinchánaid v(críncán):D. ┐ T. . . . noch do chrioncháin a
naghaidh Mhaóise . . . a nuáir do chrionchánadar a naghaidh
an Tighearna= strove against , Numb. xxvi 9 .

críne n iā,f.(crín) senility,old age;decay . Of persons:crini . . . ┐
15sentath, LU 1240 .cen gabháil n-orbai . . . co críni, Críth
Gabl. 70 .marb do chrine, ZCP xi 44 § 53 .co d[t]ēged
cech fer ēc crīne ūade`died of old age', Otia i 121.7 .ro
comleath ceo crini thairsib(of eyes), TTebe 2705 .tosach
crīne gallruighe, Anecd. iii 16.12 .is ē airrdhe na c. ¤ / díbe,
20delus is déine, ZCP vi 268.15 .c. ¤ an chuirp, DDána 25A.14 .
In other contexts:slan dfir in charbait . . . acht na raib
fis crine, na etallais provided he does not know it is worn out,
Laws iii 266.1 Comm. crech fiallach . . . no difoiche de, no
crine`decay' (of cattle), 368.18 Comm. Of treesetc. an choill
25do baoi ar crioth don c. ¤ , KMMisc. 168.15 .co rolá a duillebar
de ar ch. ¤ , Ériu iv 134.10 .

crinhed x(cf. Thurn. Gramm. 167 ?) =críne:crichid cen ch. ¤
in chlass, SR 705 (rhyme withriched 706 not systematic).

crínlach n(crín):cual . . . do chrionfhliuch(sic) `dried sticks',
30 MR 276.4 .

crínmonn nFormvariable. Frequ. asn. pr.and in connection
with `hazels of knowledge' (see O'Rahilly, Early Ir. Hist.
and Myth. 322 n.3 ).a caillib (.i. a noí collaib na Segsa)
Crínmond (.i. creth aí ┐ mon cles a caillib dī essa mbenaiter
35clessa na súad tanacsa), LL 24317 ( RC xxvi 18.2 ) =calloip
crethmond, YBL 243b37 .caill crithmon. Creth-mon .i. mon
cles ┐ creth ēxi .i. caill asa tāet cless na uadh ind airc[h]etail,
Corm. Y 237 .cnūas crīnmainn crainn cartait māil`eine
Ernte der Dichtkunst
', Bruchst. 57 ( IT iii 69 § 10 ).ó thuitit
40cnói Crínmoind cain, Met. Dinds. iii 286.27 .tipra sin fo
'tat cuill ┐ imbois na heicsi .i. cuill crinmoind aiusa, Dinds. 59 .
dona cnoib gnǽ do-fuited dona collaib Crimaind filet for
brú Segsa, ZCP xvii 268.8 .coill cæm-edrocht ar na comhecar
do challaib crimhann . . . co cnóib . . . orbuidhe`clustering
45hazel-trees
', Ériu iii 156.14 .crionmon .i. cnuasach, O'Cl.

crinn xseecreinn.

crinna n .i. cris cingulum, Goid. 75 § 36 (Dúil Laithne).

crínna adj[io, iā] (crín) old,aged;experienced,prudent,wise :
crinda a nomine graeco a crimenono.i.iudice , Corm. Y 350 .
50 C. crinna, Gorm. March 9 .nir crinna celcach, LB 124a42 .
a chomhalta caemh c. ¤ , Acall. 1053 .a n-edaighibh . . . crina,
Smaointe B. Chr. 706 .an scoláire críonna, Keat. iii 145 .a
rabhadar do mhanchaibh críonna cian-aosta, TSh. 5031 .
duine crīonda of age, Parrth. Anma 2822 .
55 Compar. comhairle as crīonna, Desid. 1090 .ní bhfuil
duine is discréidighe ┐ is críonna ná thú, Gen. xli 39 .Adv.
go críonna=prudently, RSClára 114a .
Assubst. an leamh ┐ an críonna, Keat. Poems 711 .
neimhchríonna dhíobh go ndearnadh were turned into fools
60(the 30 wise philosophers), DDána 75.33 . Asn. pr. m.
Crinna Condla ┐ Art, LL 16854 .

crínnacht n[ā,f.] (crínna) prudence,wisdom :crinnacht na
bfocal, Ériu v 138 § 115 .dá mbeind re críonnacht éda /
. . . ag déanamh ciste miserliness(?), O'Hara 3919 .an
65chríonnacht=prudentia, TSh. 8542 .dochum crīonnachda
┐ tuigse, Parrth. Anma 2700 .le críonnacht ┐ le ciúnus
=with prudency, RSClára 159a .crīonnachd(a cardinal
virtue), Parrth. Anma 3169 .go gcead dó féin ┐ dá chríonn-
acht cunning(of fox), Dánfhocail 168 .

70 crinnaircend n(cf. creinn,airchenn,airchinn?):c. ¤ crithach. ¤ ro
baí fair(of convulsions of the earth), LL 32321 ( TTr. 1509 ).

? crinne: n biathad grinde(c over g, SM Facs. 47b ),fuirired
n-aigid de, Laws iii 18.18 .i. biad cretme .i. bathais, 26 Comm. ,
citeds.v. c. ¤ .i. ainm do baisti[d], O'Dav. 504 .

75 crinnel xseecrinner.

crinner n o(cf. creinn?) expld. as fall :arna bé for crinniur /
do intliucht co saichi`falling to a bad understanding', Fél.
Prol. 297 .i. tuitim, O'Dav. 436 .for crindur .i. a tuitim,
Stowe Gl. 388 .crinnear .i. tuitim, O'Cl. ?crinniur (dofuit,
80 v.l.) marb cin anima`he falls dead', RC xiii 222.26 .crinder
┐ forlūamain i fail áine`precipitateness(?) and flightiness',
Celtica viii 64.56 ( ZCP iii 450 ).cutim hi crinder`relapse
into ruin
', Ériu vii 138.14 . ?is crinnel a thalam, is neph-
thoirthech a lár(of Hell), iii 7.1 =is crindel hi talmain, is
85neam-dortad ar lár, ZCP iv 243.8 .
Asn. loc. i Crinder, FM i 178.z .