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1 cróch n o(Lat.crocus)c. ¤ m., IGT Decl. § 64 . crocus sativus,
saffron : crocus.i. an c. ¤ , 23 K 42,411.16 .croch, Rosa Ang.
140.13 .ag lethnugad an craidhi co mesurda mar doni an
croch`by dilating the heart moderately, as does saffron', 146.9 .
70 ag denamh suphaltaighi mur atá an c. ¤ , O'Gr. Cat. 277.21 .
spiocnard ┐ c. ¤ =spikenard ┐ saffron, Song of Sol. iv 14 .
as do dhamhnuibh ceilti an chróigh / beirte sróil amhlaidh
fat fhéin the swathes of satin worn by your company outshine
the saffron
(?), IGT Decl. ex. 1489 . adj
75 Hencesaffroncolour: c. ¤ cech nderg, Corm. Y 242 .c. ¤ .i.
dearg, O'Cl. do ghné an chróigh, IGT Decl. ex. 318 .ri
cofbhra in chroigh`box of saffron-dye', Magauran 943 .
sreabha cróigh`streams of purple (blood)', O'Hara 3957 .
Compds. With nouns:dá chróch-bharr thoir ┐ thiar
80`two red bodies' (of sun and moon), Dán Dé 27.10 .dalta
an chróchshlóigh mhálla mhir, DDána 73.41 .cíochoighir
in chróichshlóigh(sic leg.), O'Gr. Cat. 399.18 ( Ériu viii
167.27 ).abhla sa gcinn crócharsaidh apple-trees in yellow
ripeness
, Ir. Syll. Poetry 70 § 3 .don fhéin chosgraigh cróch-
85bhalloigh, Top. Poems² 1048 .aniú gidh im c[h]rochbán-sa
(:chochlán-sa, but rhyme appar. not systematic) ` ghastly ',
Buile S. 138.27 (cróch-,v.l.).gach cuip cróderg cróchbuidhe
cubuir` saffron-yellow ', Fianaig. 66.5 .tri lenti crochderga
impu, LL 3904 .

2 cróch n o cream (appar. mod. form ofcroth):ar arán cróich,
5 PCT 1154 .arán c. ¤ is meala, Measgra D. 12.15 (the expected
form iscróich, see Gloss.).arán c. ¤ go leór, Burdúin Bheaga
163 .briosga go n-anlann c. ¤ , 195 .

crochad n u,m. Vn.ofcrochaid.act ofcrucifying(in relig.
contexts),hanging: in coimdiu do ch. ¤ gl.verbum . . . crucis,
10 Wb. 8a6 . crúxdidu ainm do gním in chrochtho, 8a5 . 26d4
(chrochtha). Ml. 16c5 .oc c. ¤ Christ, 86d19 .tri bais aith-
fégthar do dénadh do tuaith .i. guin ┐ crochadh ┐ goladh;
aon bás imurro aithfégthar do dénadh don Eclais, crochadh
nama, O'Don. 551 ( H. 3. 17,437 ).niurt a chrochtho, Thes.
15 ii 354.31 .oc crochadh a oengendi, Blathm. 67 .o chrochdaib
=cruciatu, PH 5933 .lucht a chrochtha, Dán Dé x 7 .G.
do ch. ¤ `G. was hanged', FM ii 1034.13 .cethrar hí ccrochadh
four for hanging, i 542.21 .go raibhe ar crochadh as an
ngéig hanging from(Absolom), TSh. 1001 .buī ar n-a
20chrochadh leis, Fl. Earls 136.18 .Fig. an aeine do chrochadh
chuirp`fasting to crucify the body', Ériu xix 7 § 2 .cruimthir
crochtha demnae, Fél. Feb. 24 .romsaera for c. ¤ pían, SR
2815 .crochda ┐ pianna etiachtaide, PH 109 .cach ag
crochadh a chéile`destroying', Cog. 112.24 .
25 In Bedellhanging curtain: an crochadh chum geata na
cúirte, Ex. xxxviii 18 .crochadh do dhorus an lóistín,
xxvi 36 .

cróchad v(cróch) IGT Verbs § 80 (230.23) :cróchadh crotbaill
na henchnó`the decaying saffron of a single nut(?)', BCC 440.7 .

30 1 crochaid v(1 croch) crucifies,hangs :rochrochsat Crist,
Wb. 5c11 .amal bid fíadib no crochthegl.crucifixus, 19b6 .
rocrochsat , Ml. 24d4 .ní crochfaiter ind fir will not be hanged,
LU 6724 = BDD² 217 .S. . . . crochais écrait N.`gibbetted
N.'s foe
', Fél. Mar. 8 , glossedro cuibrig, p. 90 (= ZCP iii
35222.9 ).immárach indarafer / niba grádach, crochfaider
( Gen. xl 19 ), SR 3274 .do rat fén gosti im a bragait, co
ru-s-croch buden, PH 6464 .do chrochadar a chlann féin /
éanMhac Dé, DDána 60.33 .gadaidhe gach láimhe leis /
crochair, Dán Dé xx 24 .do crochadh a gcruite i gcrann,
40 SG 7.21 .nár crochus an talam can congmhail ó ní ar bith air
`have I not hung the earth without fastening it to anything?'
Maund. 157 .crochtar é=crucifigatur, TSh. 3196 .
Extended applications:nu dam chrochagl.discrucians me,
Ml. 32d28 .écen charcra crochais / slúag már M. mortified ,
45 Fél. Dec. 30 .ar Chríst crochais colainn, March 12 .coloind
crochsus, ZCP viii 198.5 .crochaid bar tola collaide, PH
2540 .na fíréin . . . chrochas iad féin . . . i naomh-chuing
riaghalta, TSh. 8678 .

2 crochaid n(1 croch) torturer :ba mogh naoimhdhiles da anmain
50┐ ba crochaidh a chuirp, Buile S. 174.9 .

crochaide n(1 croch) crucified person :ro-labair in dala c. ¤ boi mar-
oen fri hIsu, PH 2883 . Seecrochaire.

? crochaige: n certaige cen ch. ¤ , Eg. 92,10a1 cited Meyer
Contribb. 524 =rechtaige cen chrechtaige, LL 19166 .

55 cróchaingel n(1 cró+caingel?) chancel-screen;enclosureof
screens(?): iter crochaingel ┐ altóir, Thes. ii 238.19 (= Ardm.
17a ).cro caingel .i. cro cliath, O'C. 91 ( H. 3. 18,66 ).cro
chaingeal .i. im leabaid na naem ┐ annoit, 1046 ( 436a ).
cróc[h]aingeal coimdeta, ZCP viii 200.1 .dorignead crō-
60c[h]aingeal uime ann(a corpse), Caithr. Cellaig 626 .

crochaire n io,m. (crochaid) (a) hangman :roba c. ¤ don peist
Senán, Fél. 90. 18 .ar na crochairibh . . . do bi aga chrochadh
fein, Smaointe B. Chr. 4474 .
(b)personhanged,gallows-bird :im cois in c. ¤ fil isin croich
65ina croichti, Laws v 188.21 Comm. corpu na crochairedh
`crucified men', CCath. 3979 .in dara crochairi dabi imaraen
re (re) h-Isu, YBL 145a52 .an corpán truagh . . . 'na
ch. ¤ don Choimdhidh, Éigse xiii 107 § 11 .do bhrisidh
luirgne na crochairedh, Smaointe B. Chr. 4232 .mar ch. ¤
70ghránda`an ugly rascal', SG 278.3 .chum crochairíghe
no lucht feilbheart, Párl. na mB. 3965 .

crochait xseecroichet.

cróchar n m., IGT Decl. § 11 (54.y) bier,litter :dochuaid 'chum
an chrochair=surrexit . . . ad feretrum, Brussels Life of
75Mochaemóc ch. 33 (cited Plummer MS notes).do ronsat
c. ¤ dó ar airmittin ┐ ar onóir, BNnÉ 127 § 17 .cuirit iarum
in corp isin c. ¤ , SG 59.16 .fuaid, ┐ crochair, Cog. 210.z .
do lean D. . . . an c. ¤ =followed the bier, 2 Sam. iii 31 .cróchair
` hangers ', Ó Bruad. ii 224. z . Hence perh.c. ¤ .i. corp. O'Cl.

80 crochda xseecrochthae.

cróchdae adj io, iā(1 cróch) saffron-coloured :cruithnecht .i.
cruith cech croc[h]dae (sic leg.) nō cech nderg, Corm. Y
247 .dam . . . / croda crochda, IT iii 246.101 .as crochdha
a lear crodha a chuil`saffron is the saffron(?) surface(?) of
85her hair
', Magauran 943 .ar sgath crand crochta (: mBochna)
`red spears', 3405 .glaidinus .i. blath crocha bís air`the
flower . . . saffron colour
', Mackinnon Cat. 19.y .crochda
`yellow' (of jaundice), 54.23 .maille cubar crochda`saffron-coloured
foam
', Rosa Ang. 186.8 .an fual crochdha=urina
crocea, 23 K 42,127.13 .muinéal geal fá choiléar chróchda,
5 Keat. Poems 199 .an cróch cróchda, Hackett xxi 19 .