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cros n ā,f.(Lat.crux, see Thurn. Gramm. 575 ).a s. c. ¤ , Thes.
ii 249.3 , LB 234b43 ,d s. c. ¤ , Mon. Tall. 151.5 , also Blathm.
163 as emended,crois, MS, see notes.n s. crois, Magauran
2540 (not guaranteed by metre).
55(a) cross as relig. symbol: hi torrund cruisse`in the form
of a cross
', Thes. ii 254.z (St. Miss.)..iii. parsa deac in eo
na c. ¤ . . . a .xvi. itir incuaird ┐ chorp na c. ¤ (of communion
particles), 255.4-5 (ibid.).dobered croiss Críst taris co fa
chét cech laí(of St. Patrick)made the sign of the cross,
60 Trip.² 1423 .cross Dé bí / ra bruinne cach uilc fo thrí, LL
39302 .doforni int epscop . . . cetheora crossa cona scín,
LB 277b14 .an lá tar Fhéil C. do-chuaidh Feast of Holy
Cross
, Aithd. D. 17.18 .brāthair croisi`religiosus de Ordine
Cruciferorum
', Beatha S.F. 1862 .do leath é féin . . . i
65bhfioghair chroise, TSh. 9147 .D. . . . do hecc fo crois
`after taking the Cross', Ann. Conn. 1228.7 .c. ¤ croichi sign
of the cross
, Laud 610,8c (cited Plummer MS. notes).ni
facutar sigen na c. ¤ na crochi ínte, LB 234b44 .
Rarely of physical Cross:fri croich fri crois, Blathm. 136 .
70 do chur i gcrois do chleacht mé, Aithd. D. 73.5 .do-chífear
an ch. ¤ donn(of Last Day), DDána 12.4 dá ndearnadh sé
ar crois cunnradh, 40.3 . ?immá duma dess / hi tairndfet
do chrois, LU 9866 .
(b)Of monasticcrossas object of devotion: clerigh
75arcuairt cross, IT iii 82.22 .failet nói mná . . . / i toéb
chroisse`beside the Cross', Met. Dinds. iv 342.6 .inad
crabaid ┐ c. ¤ , Acall. 3720 .ní dechaid D. ó chrois gan cromadh,
MR 298.11 .cnes re crosaibh slemnai in sūi`a man who
lays his skin against smooth crosses
', Measgra Uí Chl. 146 § 8 .
80 c. ¤ chloche, LL 6480 .c. ¤ . . . craind wooden cross, ZCP xvii
232.29 .fo crossaibh cuill, FM i 516.z .c. ¤ óir ┐ c. ¤ airgid,
Acall. 5839 v.l.Note also:do tadbas di croch do beth a
mbel na piasta, ┐ a c. ¤ rena carpat uachtarach, ┐ a llos rena
c[arpat] ichtarach transverse , Laud 610,8a (cited Plummer
85MS. notes). In phr.for beinn chroiseseebenn.
Henceshrineatcross,church,etc.: rugadh crodh gach
croise`every church is robbed', Magauran 1191 .sarucchad
croisi hÚa Suanaigh, BNnÉ 312.y ( Fél. 466.40 ).co rucsad
bruit moir o Chrois na screbtra, RC xvii 401.6 (Tig.). As
boundary:gan dul tar crosaibh Chluana amach, Ériu i
594.17 . Note further:do gearradh c. ¤ in margaidh`the
market cross
', Ann. Inisf. 1275.3 .airgead croise caoile nó
salfás`narrow-cross money', Stud. Celt. i 4.y (see ii 119 ff. ).
(c)Of variouscross-shaped objects: ōghḟaon a ch. ¤ (appar.
of a drinking-cup), Ériu xiii 41.13 .fail crois d'ór incach-
10dorus, SR 361 (descr. of heaven).timchell cacha oenchrose,
372 .da ndernatar ní ar in clar dar in crois no dar in sduaig
imlingar(part of door or entrance), O'C. 518 ( H. 3. 18,261a ).
secht cét uṅga 'sin meis móir / co cethricrossaib dergóir, SR
4350 .dobir c. ¤ dit sailiu forochtar dochinn`a cross of thy
15spittle
', Thes. ii 249.3 .di chroiss tar a mullach two transverse
streams
(of suppurating head), Thr. Ir. Gl. 36.24 .legthar
roimh in croissi (leg.crois-si?) an cuid sin(direction to
reader), Lism. L. xxxiii 1 .co nderna chrois díb trít chride
(of crossed spears), Táin 3699 .cor bo chross tall tarsna
20triana chlíab, TFerbe 243 .do . . . gurbo c. ¤ bodhbhda 'na
cliabh an craoisech, ZCP x 296.30 .táinig dhe a chur a
ccrois cross-roads , O'R. Poems 305 .tempal . . . cona
shanctair ┐ crosaibh transept , FM iii 218.8 .cloidem . . . co
crosaib ┐ dornnchur n-orda` cross-guard ', Grail 2860 .
25 clannaidh í gur dherg a crois` hilt ', Duan. Finn i 66.30 .
milledh mo chána go crois completely , Misc. Hag. Hib.
123.22 .an stóil bhíos ina crois fá bhrághaid an tsagairt,
Eochairsg. 35.32 .do bi ina crois ┐ a bél re lár(i.e.with arms
outstretched incros-ḟigell), SG 39.28 .
30(d)Transfd.prohibition;hindrance. Orig. of theactual
placingof acrosson aroad: ni tabarr (sic leg.) [c. ¤ ] for conair,
ZCP xviii 388 ( Laws ii 90.14 Comm. ).do berar c. ¤ for conaire
air he is prevented from travelling the road(?), O'D. 646
( H. 3. 17,481 ).c. ¤ i forba apaidh forna íslibh, c. ¤ i forba
35apaidh ┐ troscadh for na uaislibh, 621 ( H. 3. 17,461 ).as é
a fuaidre, a suidiugh c. ¤ for cuile in breithemon no ara
beolu . . . c. ¤ for cuile .i. c. ¤ na fiadhnaise co na tucar biad
eiste amach ar son apa. No ar beolu .i. co na ruga breth,
639 ( 473 ).forais ni bid fri crois na fri athgabail . . . .i. c. ¤
40a naige croise, O'C. 374 ( H. 3. 18,208b ).to-g[o]a fer ad-gair
im cross fa gíall . . . dia toirb inna fíachu-sa`whether it be
on the basis of a cross or a hostage
', Ériu xx 166 § 6 (see 175 ).
sárugud aitire nó crossi in domnaig oc saigid na cána in
domnaig`bailiffs' (?), Ériu ii 208.15 .tabhair . . . / crois ó
45chomharba Pheadair, DDána 72.2 .dún gan chrosa ar
chóir-bhreathaibh`hindrances to', Timth. 1916, 37 § 8 .
?na buail bos re bel filidh / do dhuain ch. ¤ go ccoiridhir
until you emend your perverse poem, Rel. Celt. ii 298.32 .
?as báthad coindell mo ch. ¤ , BNnÉ 286.15 . Hence prep.
50phr.tar crois in spite of, against orders of:tanag cugud, a
banntigerna, tar do crois, ZCP vi 27.9 .tar crois Cumaill,
Duan. Finn i 86.w .gabhaim do láimh tar a chrois, Oss.
iv 86.16 .
(e) affliction :co toracht féin foa chroiss, Trip.² 795 .
55 deacair comhthrom a gcroisi d'fhagháil`affliction like theirs',
Ó Bruad. iii 52.5 .
In n. loc.:C. ¤ in Chloim, RC xii 342.19 .fri Crossa Brenaind
andess, LL 37496 .i machaire na croisi, FM vi 2222.17 . See
Hog. Onom.
60Compds. With nouns.dhá chroisbhéim do chomh-
mbualadh a g-cloidhiomh oblique strokes, ML 128.5 .ind
etarfasaighibh na crosbhuinnedh cengail hoops , CCath.
5327 .a clarad ┐ a cómdluthad ┐ a crosdelb cross-section(?)
(a temple), LB 120b21 .crosdibirciud` cross-pelting ' (in
65list of guilty games), Celtica viii 150.4 ,cf. do chloīndībircthib,
Sc. M² 17 .claidem . . . cona croseltaibh`cross-hilts', CCath.
5242 .croisróid cullóide is coire, Ó Bruad. ii 182.2 .cross-
sluaiged la T. . . . an ndescert E.` thwart-hosting ', RC xviii
52.y (Tig.)
70With adjj.:cosair . . . cros-aidlennach cumaisc, MR 316.1 .
colna cros-bhuailte transfixed , TSh. 6612 .a chloidheamh
crosghlan, DDána 98.28 .cirrta, crechtach, crosledartha,
ZCP vi 68.22 .is crechtach crosledarthach atathar, RC xxii
328 n.11 ( BDD 167 ).gur bho ceapthach, . . . chros-
75mharbhtha na catha, ML 86.14 .cloidheamh crosórdha
gold-hilted , CF² 681 .cepach cirrthi do c[h]uradhuib cros-
roinnti, ML² 1851 . With vb.:ra cétṡnaidit ┐ ra crostuagait
na clairsin, LL 30945 `those boards . . . were cross-axed',
TTr. 127 .
80Seecrosḟigell.

crosach adj o, ā(cros)having manycrosses,markedwith across,
crossed :sa bhfearann mhín chraobhach ch. ¤ , DDána 41.13
( IGT Decl. ex. 1245 ).oirrdhearc . . . fan gcruinne gcrosaigh,
41.25 `lán de thrioblóidibh(?)', Gloss.crobhang c. ¤ na
85gcnó ngeal` knotted ' (of Christ), Dán Dé xxiv 20 .na puic
noch do bhí c. ¤ = striped , Gen. xxx 35 .c. ¤ = `checkered', Eg.
Gl. 141 . Aspnsobriquet:mac Maoileachlainn Crosaigh,
FM ii 1172.3 .
Assubst. o,m. Maghnus . . . (dia ngoirthi an c. ¤ donn),
FM iii 86.1 Scar-face(?), see n. ?mo duileanddealc ōirsea . . .
5i failet deich fichit uṅga ┐ deich fichit leathuṅga ┐ .x. fichit c. ¤
┐ .x. fichit cethramthan, TBC² 2231 ; appar. of weight
between half and quarter of an ounce. Seecrosóc.