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85 críth ā,f.earliervn.ofcrenaid(seecreicc)act ofbuying,
purchasing :crith .i. íc . . . no cendachut est. . . dia crith
sidhe dia fini, O'Dav. 425 .dogrinn co teora crith comnadma
`till it reach the payment of a joint contract', 570 (seeC 103.77).
In title of tract:C. ¤ Gablach`the branched Purchase', Críth
Gabl. xvii `settlement', Plummer MS. notes. For a suggestion
5that the original word in this context may becrích(which
occurs) see Meroney, Jn. Celt. Stud. ii 192 - 3 .sé aidecha
na crithi gablaigi . . . co napair isin crith gablaigh, O'D.
969 ( H. 3. 17,679b ).in bó fil isin crith gablaigh, 931 (658b).
Variously expld.:cid ara n-eperr C. ¤ Gablach? . . . arindí
10crenas in fer túaithe dia degḟoltaib, Críth Gabl. 1 .crith
gablach .i. aigech[t] (= aiccecht ?) .i. ar a ní concerta gabhla
na ngrad, O'C. 96 ( H. 3. 18,67 ).crith gablachgraece
crisis.i.iudicium, nomenaiciuchta bēlrai, O'Mulc. 229 .
Compd.crithcaoine` exotic merchandise ', Blathm. 120 .

15 crithach adj(crith). Also-echandcrethach. I o, ā trembling,
shaking :ni bu cu cuana fothach . . . na crithac(a horse),
O'C. 1864 ( 23 P 3,20a ).tonn crithech .i. crandach quaking
surface
(orleg. tonnach?), Laws v 138.19 Comm. badudh i
tonna[ig ?] crithaigh, O'D. 2410 ( Rawl. B. 506,52c ).faill
20imchoimeta i lleth re tonn[aig ?] crithaigh, 2409 ( 52b ).
senoir c. ¤ crindiblidi, Cog. 186.24 .is crinnaircend c. ¤ (of
convulsions of the earth), LL 32321 (TTr.).gluasacht
creathach an chroidhe, 23 K 42,303.18 .fiabhras creathach
=quotidiana, TSh. 7894 .
25 IIAssubst.:milliuda, cnuicc, crithcha`agues', RC xxvi
46 § 233 .co nderrnadh fót crithaig don uile doman`sod
of trembling
', CCath. 290 (attrib.g s.?).Cf. fot c. ¤ (critreach,
v.l.) 5644 .co ndernadh fód crithigh dEirinn uile`trembling
sod
', FM ii 1182.2 .Of treeaspen,poplar :fíncoll c. ¤ , caithne
30(in list offogla feda), Laws iv 146.y .cairthenn no c. ¤ (letter
q), Auraic. 5520 .ebhadh .i. c. ¤ , 1196 .snámchar fer .i. c. ¤ ,
H 3.18,34b . Withcrann:don crunn crit[h]aig, Auraic.
5590 .coirt croind critaig, Rosa Ang. 260.17 .slata do chrann
critheach=poplar, Gen. xxx 37 .

35 crithail: n i n-oenḟecht dobertis a mbáig / ba c. ¤ óenmucci leo
LL 23280 ` litter(?)', CRR 57 .

crithairchisid xseecridecompds.

crithán n(crith):nach táinig . . . chum baoithchriotháin
foolish trembling, Hackett² 59.16 .

40 crithánach adj o, ā(crithán) trembling,shaking,unsteady :slegha
cenncroma crithánacha`quivering', CCath. 482 .do guth
ard, comeglach, crithanach, ZCP vi 41.30 .do ṡenrigh
criothánach, TFrag. 104.20 = SG 408.18 .an chuideachta . . .
chriothánach, DDána p. 382.17 .

45 crithel xsee1 crithir.

crithid xseecrethaid.

críthid n i,m.(críth) buyer :c. ¤ gl.emax, Sg. 60b9 .Cf. taith-
chríthid
.

crithide n(crith):c. ¤ .i. adhbhar eagla, O'Cl. Cf. crithidh .i.
50cridheaglach,ibid.

1 crithir n(crith?Cf. Thurn. Gramm. § 265 (a) ?)g s. crithre.
Pl. crithri. Also-ther?criothar, PBocht 11.16 .crithel,
TTebe 4358 .crithir f., IGT Decl. § 163 .crithear f., § 162
(in both cases also with velar infl. ing s.and inpl.).
55(a) spark,flash,spurtofflame :hi crithrigl.in fauillas,
Ml. 49c4 .fūadait (leg.lūadait ?Ed.) crithre, ZCP xi 108 § 5 .
ǽncriter di(of fire of hell), RC xxiv 381.22 .crithri in
íaraind ┐ in tellaig, Laws iii 190.1 Comm. amal crithri
cærtheinigh, ZCP xiii 171.34 . ?cáera crethir comraicthe
60(rhet.), LU 7401 ( BDD 100 ).a crithri im chealla(term of
opprobrium), IT iii 101.2 .grís ar cur a crithri di dying
embers
, Cóir Anm. 34 .c. ¤ crithes crothos cuan lightning
flash
(?), Auraic. 5260 . ?plág na cammralann (caumur
lann, MS.) do chur hi c. ¤ `the plague of the trembling of the
65privies
', Celtica iv 24.330 (reading and application uncertain.
Cf. tene ┐ torann, SR 3936 ,cineris, Exod. ix 8 . )crithear a
fheirge d'fiuchadh, IGT Decl. ex. 2035 .pian gach c. ¤ dá
gcuir di(i.e.hell fire), Dánfhocail 125 .a chrithear do
chruaidh nimhe`spark of fierce steel' (of chieftain), Aithd. D.
70 46.23 .crithre .i. drithleanna teineadh no splangca, O'Cl.
(b)In more general sense ofparticle,drop, smallquantity:
c. ¤ fola fora crund drop of blood, LU 8337 ( FB 24 ).crithrib
cró(chev.), Táin 434 .Cf. c. ¤ mela=aliquod favi, Ériu iii
112, n. 30 (leg. críathar?).c. ¤ do luaithreadh particle , TSh.
75 7188 .criothar d'fheart an éarlomha`another of his miracles',
PBocht 11.16 .do ghabh an ch. ¤ cumhadh, Aithd. D. 23.14
(`the palsy of sorrow').ar chríon dom chrithribh. DDána
24.25 `beodhacht cuirp', Gloss.an t-eolas gan cheo gan ch. ¤ ,
Ó Bruad. ii 176.6 .crithre corphort`sparkling melodies',
80 Bard. P. 46. 11 .crithre an chosnaimh(of faithful defenders),
Hackett² xxxii 28 .nár chéim crithre`twas hard', Ó Bruad.
ii 120.5 .
Compds. (some or all to be referred to2 c.?):mo chrithirdalta
craide, MR 122.11 .d'ænbuilli crithir-
85cloidhim, ZCP viii 539.16 .go lúthmhar crithir-mhear, Keat. Poems 283 .
do ghruadh . . . chrithirthe, DDána 74.62 .