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crisgeo n no goithni .i. gaoi hasta, Goidelica 75 § 39 (Dúil
Laithne).Cf. cris.

crislach n o, [m.] (cris). Orig. `thatpartof thebodywhich is
enclosedby thecriosorgirdle ', O'Rahilly, GJ xviii 569 .┐
5chrisluch no huahuchtgl.gremioque, Ml. 93a22 . Us. womb;
offspring,child: a c. ¤ ina hōghi Maire, Otia ii 97 § 29 .inge
mna conberat conglaisi . . . daidh is for suige bis cin a
crislaigh, O'C. 2539 ( Eg. 88,45 (46)a ).ban-urraid, no is i in
ben crislaig .i. is le fein in coimpert sin, Laws v 202.13 Comm.
10 cach baithsigi a c. ¤ , ZCP xvii 54 § 41 .gach mathair (leg.
-ar, Thurn.) a crioslach every mother has a right to her off-
spring
, xx 196.20 ,cf. Celtica i 103.506 .fora mmac atá a
cin .i. fora crisluch, LL 37055 ( PMLA lvi 941 ).Cf. bronnfine
.i. crislaig mná, H. 3.18,383a35 .
15In transfd. sense interior,confines :ra theglach bhadessin
.i. ra c. ¤ na Cráebrúade`the intimate household of the C.',
Táin 4729 .c. ¤ cocuasta na firmámeindti`hollow dome',
TTebe 3078 .ag cosnamh crioslaigh ┐ cuan na críche, Keat.
i 6.61 `interior and harbours', O'Rahilly,loc. cit. ro línadar
20crislaigi in chuain uili, CF² 95 .tar crislaigib . . . na cisel,
ML² 672 =chrioslachaibh`sides', ML 46.12 .cuartaigis C. ¤
c. ¤ in catha . . . as a medon, MR 248.21 . Note also:crioslach
na timcheall do ruadhan blainge tuirc (= cris), Oss. v 42.2 .
With prep.I N-as quasi-prep. phr., but us. with some
25retention of literal meaning:targlammair in sruth / cech míl
beo bái 'na crisluch which it contained, SR 1638 .a geinea-
main a c. ¤ an talman(of Anteus), CCath. 2894 .i c. ¤ , ┐ i
certmedon Dal Cais, Cog. 194.19 .a c. ¤ . . . na diadachta in
the intimacy of
, MR 126.15 .tuc a guala a c. ¤ a scēith, ZCP
30 xiii 227.1 . ?atraachtatar L. . . . i n-imdornaib a claideb, i
cúslaigib (leg.crislaigib ?) a scíath, LL 38699 ( RC xiii 90 §
111 ).a crislaigibh na sciath, CF² 800 `within the shelter of
the shields
', Gloss.ticfa cobhlach Saxan / a c. ¤ cúain Érend,
ZCP iii 32.13 .o ro siachtadar edh cian a c. ¤ mara across
35the bosom of the sea
, RC xxvi 134.x .i crislaigib na cath
cráebach in the ranks of, LL 32463 ( TTr. 1659 ).i crislaighibh
a long fein`holds', CCath. 2000 .

crisla(ig)id v(crislach) girds :criosluigh é lé crios . . . an
Ephod, Ex. xxix 5 .criosluigh sí a leasrach, Prov. xxxi 17 .
40 Part. criosluighthe le neart, 1 Sam. ii 4 .Vn. crioslughadh
saicéaduigh=a girding of sackcloth, Is. iii 24 .

? crislait: n ar scaltad a sceith . . . gus in c. ¤ ` rim ', MR 300.6 .
Leg. crislach?

crisma n(Lat. loanword):ungadh le c. ¤ chrism , Luc. Fid. 3690 .

45 crismad vn.formation fromcrisma:in c. ¤ . . . ise forpthiugud
na baiste confirmation , LB 257b71 .

crismal ngl.hoc chrisma, Ir. Gl. 840 .Cf.Lat.chrismale.

crisopasus n(Lat.chrysopastus):sairdi ┐ crisopasus(in list of
precious stones), Aisl. Tund. 116.3 .

50 Críst pn indecl.(Lat.Christus) On rhymes in class. verse see
Ní Dhomhnaill, Éigse xiv 209 - 210 . Christ :inóentid coirp
crist, Wb. 27b23 .rúna . . . geine crist, 27c21 .dichrisst,
Ml. 93d14 .ho ch. ¤ , Tur. 17 .do ch. ¤ , 48 .criost mac de,
Blathm. 10 .oc cuingidh criost, 20 .naco cūala Crīst do
55chrochad do Iudaidib, Death-tales 8.12 .Críost, TSh. 4937 .
Críosdanna fallsa false Christs, Math. xxiv 24 .
Seecairdes.

Crístaide adj io, iā(Críst) Christian :don eclais cristaide(sic
leg.), IT i 169.17 .cend na heclaisi Cristaige, PH 587 .
60Assubst. io,m.Later withdentalinfl. In this use perh.
also agent-noun in-aige:cristidi Christians , Wb. 7d1 .inna
nule cristide són, Ml. 66b8 .nida christadi, Vita Br. 4 .
docachcristaide (: tristaide), SR 8017 .in crístaigi so, Trip.²
2709 .i n-ecailsib na C. ¤ , 79 .cristaighegl.uerbigina(i.e.
65 urbigenaas opp. topaganus), Ir. Gl. 323 .cech Cristaige,
PH 7512 .ac na Crisdadhaib, Maund. 40 .do thráigh an
Mhuir Ruadh . . . / don chuideachta Críosdoidheadh(of
Israelites), DDána 74.32 .sa Nantiochia do goireadh ar
tús Criosduighthe do na disgioblaibh, Acts xi 26 .

70 Crístaidecht pn[ā],f.(Crístaide) Christianity;Christendom :co
forbérad in cristaidecht for Erind Christianity, LU 4090
note l .co n-id cotarsna in génntligecht do'n Cristaigecht, PH
720 .comartha na Cristaidechta, 1199 .i ndligud a crist-
aideachta, Laws iii 34.z Comm. gairm cotchend . . . fan
75Cristaigecht uli`Christendom', Ann. Conn. 1300.9 .do righ-
aibh na cristaidhachta, Fier. 104 .crann soillse na Críostuí-
gheachta(of Mary), Párl. na mB. 1990 .

cristall n o(Lat.crystallum). Latercristal. ?cristann, Maund.
138 . Appar. asā,f.ing s. crisdaile, H 2.17,190 a (cited Meyer
80Contribb. 520 ). ?cristaille(below).d s. de chrúan ┐christ-
aill , Táin 3257 .cristaill, Aisl. MC 124.33 .criosdal o,m.,
IGT Decl. § 11 (53.z.) .
Crystal(material and stone): cloch crisdailgl.hec cristallus,
Ir. Gl. 552 .mor do c. ¤ ┐ do criadhumha, CCath. 1519 .co
85sreith cristail, 4705 .fínemna di or . . . cona papib cristall
(sic), Alex. 582 .a rosg comhghlas re criosdal, DDána 49.8 .
dá geal-ghnúis chriostail, Dánta Gr. 30.17 .lān do gemaib
carrmogail ┐ liag lōgmar . . . ┐ cristal, Corm. Y 1059 (94.11)
=cristaille( 23 N 10 ), Wind. Festschr. 19.15 .a ngloine
cristail, Fl. Earls 30.8 ;cf. criosdall nó criosdaill .i. iris
5bhíos as ní, O'Cl. (see1 iris). Hence taken by Meyer (Con-
tribb. 520 ) as a compd.cris+tell(recte téll) `suspender'.
But O'Cl. may be an inference. Seecrostal.