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75 caithem n ā,f.Alsom. n s.alsocaithim,caithed.g s. caithte,
A. Ó Dálaigh xvi l .caithim f., IGT Decl. § 150 .caitheamh
m., § 101 .Vn.of1 caithid.c. ¤ ,caithim, IGT Verbs § 72 .
In sense (d):caitheachtain, Bard. Synt. Tr. 14.y .
(a)act ofspending,consuming,using up. Ofeating,
80 drinking: ní fogní leisim a cathim na ráod sin, Mon. Tall.
13 .do chaithim feolae, 51 .oénfer do cathim a satha día
[ḟ]eóil, LU 3451 ( SC 23 ).do chathim mo bíd, TBC 1042 .
ní do thorad in chroind sin do ch. ¤ , MacCarthy 52.14 .co nar
leicc c. ¤ na cumsanad doib`eat or rest', Ann. Conn. 1270.5 .
85 tuir-bhiadh ┐ táir-dheoch do lucht a gcaithmhe, TSh. 8316 .
corp Christ . . . ica caithimh, Grail 1851 .caitheamh an chuirp,
Dán Dé xviii 3 .iar caithem feoir(of cattle), Ann. Conn.
1224.2 .Of territoryenjoying fruitsof;laying waste,pillaging:
a caitium ┐ a cosnum to spend and defend it(of territory),
ZCP xiii 181.y .in ti coimetas a tir cen c. ¤ , Laws iii 50.12
5Comm. atáid h-eascaraid ag caitheadh do chríche pillaging,
ML 52.7 .baí an t-iarla ag caithemh, ┐ acc cuartucchadh na
Mumhan`spending and subjugating', FM vi 2082.13 .fuair
tú a cáineadh 's a caithimh (: an-fhlaithibh)`slandered and
wasted
' (of Ireland), A. Ó Dálaigh liii 12 .morsluaigedh . . .
10la ríg nErenn i Muigh Birra oc caithem Urmuman`consum-
ing'
, RC xviii 42.8 .
Ofspending,enjoyinglength oftime,life,reign,feast etc.:
tíachtain . . . do chathim fessi Temrach, LU 4209 .atbath
. . . íar cathim do cethri .u. mbliadna, 10080 .dochúaidh do
15chaithemh na betha suthaine, Ériu v 98.21 .i dtigh Dé ní
dheachaidh fear / ag caitheamh na gcúig n-aimsear, Aithd.
D. 98.4 (leg. i gc. ¤ ?).'s í ar gcaitheamh a céadaoise, Dán Dé
v 28 .Hence act ofenjoying: nī cair in domuin cathim`she
loved not to enjoy the world
', Thes. ii 328.2 ( Hy. v 8 ).a cumus
20┐ a c. ¤ (of wealthetc.), ZCP vi 54.18 .ag c. ¤ toraid na
hespocoiti enjoying the benefits of the see, Ann. Conn. 1307.12 .
ní ceart do chaithiomh(of the body) `to pamper thee', Aithd.
D. 79.1 .Cf. dorat Colam cille cuairt ┐ c. ¤ a manach ┐ a oglach
[do Chaillín]`fees and entertainment', Fen. 164.20 .toiscidi
25.i. caithemh, Ériu xiii 55 § 29 .
In other contexts:da c. ¤ fo cétoir`for immediate use',
Laws i 80.15 Comm. in aimsir a caithme(of turf), 132.9
Comm. c. ¤ dligid egalsa co hindligthech spending the church
dues
, v 122.17 Comm. robo imda claideam iar caithim corice
30a dornchor on imbualad worn, LL 408b2 ( TTr. 2232 ).co
tairnic airm Ḟind do chaithim`till he had used up', Dinds.
139 ( RC xvi 147 ).a tuarastal . . . do caithium, Cog. 156.24 .
ar chaithimh (ccaithimv.l.) a chruidh, IGT Verbs ex. 651 .
an lóchrann lasas go mear / is dó as chomhghoire caitheamh,
35 Content. xxiii 10 n. d'éis cáich do chaithiomh a rosc,
LBranach 1553 `having spent all their tears', Gloss.creideamh
mar is cóir do chaitheamh practice, DDána 14.2 .an corp do
chaithimh (: aithir) subdue, 10.15 .
With follg. prep.FRI:do chaitheamh a g-coimhfheirge re
40C.`expend', MR 272.2 .ō thairnic d'Fer lí a c[h]laidim do
chaithim re cend ┐ re colainn in rí[g]fēnnid`worn out',
Fianaig. 96.7 .a nert do caithemh riú, TBC St. 3852 .cam
do chaitheam re chóir to meet justice with injustice, ML 102.13 .
Note also with prep.AR:caitheamh ar fheolmhach ┐
45iascach took to, Keat. ii 4109 .
(b) In phrases.téid c. ¤ for (i n-) x x is consumed, used up:
im laithibh do-chuaidh caithimh (: héanlaithibh), DDána
6.35 .ní caitheamh do-chóidh 'n-a tréan (: maitheadh),
11.13 .ní théid caitheamh . . . ar phianaibh ifrinn, TSh.
50 6574 .Cf. tucatar c. ¤ ar a cráisechaib they used their spears,
Caithr. Thoirdh. 113.23 .c. ¤ aimsire pastime:a hollamh /
caitheamh aimsire a sluagh, DDána 73.9 .air na sgribad le
R.T. dochum caithiomh aimsire do fein, Flower Cat. 336.31 .
na cluicheadha nó an caitheamh aimsire, TSh. 4161 .ced
55. . . caithmhe aimsire, RSClára 117a . Attrib.g s. coinnle
caithmhe Dé na ndúl(of sun and moon) `household torches',
Dán Dé xxvii 10 .an chuid chaithmhe, Measgra D. 67.12
`the food about to be eaten', Gloss.teach caithimh gach fhir
othair(of the cross), Aithd. D. 88.22 .dá toigh chaithmhe
60(of generous patron), DDána 103.3 .árus caithmhe ┐ comh-
nuidhe ann, Ériu v 90.23 .fearann caithmhe clóidim do mo
chathaibh won by my sword in battle(?), ML 104.8 .inad
caithmi in gach tuaith tréin`the place of the banquet', Hy
Fiachr. 278.y .istad caithme conaich, Grail 3286 .Adv.
65phrase:cen nach cathim without delay(?), SR 2195 .
In cheville:fa céim caithme(ofMaedóc Ferna), BNnÉ
282.7 .
(c) liberality,generosity :fiadna caithme is clú O cCuinn
`the witnesses of the munificence and fame', MS. Mat. 563.3 .
70 méad a chaithmhe, Aithd. D. 10.6 .go mbí an rath i mbun
caithmhe(proverb), O'R. Poems 1204 =gnáth rath re cois
an chaithimh, DDána 102.4 .cen chathim cen tidnacul,
LL 24794 . Of food:oc airmbertad in chaithme, Alex. 706
=caigte, BB 494b37 .cnuas na habhla . . . / damhna caithmhe
75don chéad ló`meant at first to be our food',
Dán Dé xxviii 41 .
(d)act ofcasting,shooting missile :cuing caithfe na crann
g[ ], LL 394.50 .cás a caithte(of a dart), DDána
78.10 .a naidhme caithme ┐ cosanta`projectile and defensive
80weapons
', FM vi 2270.5 . Also with gen.ofobjectofattack:
ro gab aga ccaithemh he set to pelting them, TBC St. 3934 .
Maghnus . . . do dhul do chaithed ṡlúaig Ghall an oidhche
sin, ALC ii 246.15 .cóicc gonna . . . dia caitheamh gan
choiccill`to play upon it' (i.e.a castle), FM v 1732.12 .ac c. ¤
85. . . aroile firing at one another, 1572.1 . Note also:ag drud
re caithimh a chéile to harass one another, DDána 110.19 .
iatt araon ag caithemh i naghaidh aroile im thighearnas na
tíre`at strife . . . concerning. . .', FM v 1830.6 .