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crosánacht n ā,f.(1 crosán). Also-tacht. compositionof
crosán (taken as name of composition consisting of verse
and alliterative prose, see Butler Poems p. 103 , Ó Bruad.
85 i 91 , ii 49-50 . `the half-humorous species of eulogy called
crosántacht', TD i p. lxxxviii . Keat. iii p. 380 .Cf. C. ¤
air Chloinn Thomáis(tract in prose and verse), 23 K 24,71
( RIA MS Cat. 168 ).crusántacht Tullaigh na Féine(8 qq.),
23 Q 18,382 ; 23 O 35,162 i . See also ZCP ii 582 - 3 (for wider
application);profession ofcrosán: leithdechnaidh risi
5n-abar crosanacht(metre in wh. fault calledcú marais
permitted), IGT Metr. Faults § 75 .a marcaigh duaine i
crosanacht no i ngait ┐ brait, O'D. 963 ( H. 3. 17,672 ).
do leanadar . . . don chrosántacht mar ealadhain go bás,
Keat. iii 3477 . See ZCP vii 287 .

10 crosánta adj(cros,crosaid):go bhfuil do shlighe go c. ¤ am lathair
= perverse , Numb. xxii 32 .

crosántacht xseecrosánacht.

crosar n .i. ionar`tunica', Goid. 75 ( Dúil L. 31 ),cf. carosar .i.
corrtair, 33 .

15 crosḟigel(l) n(cros+figell) lit. cross-vigil;positionofbody
witharms outstretchedinimitationofcross,prayer(s) offered
in this position
; act ofpraying,keeping vigil: croisfhighill .i.
urnaighthe no faire do ní duine ar a ghluinibh ┐ a lámha sinte
a gcrois, O'Cl. cumgabal inna lam hicrosfigillgl.sermo . . .
20corporis, Ml. 138a2 .oc slechtan ┐ chrosigill,ibid. crossigell
slechtain irnaigthi idan, LL 358 marg.31.ind crosfigeild
fri biad`the cross-vigil is performed with the Beati', Mon.
Tall. 129.1 .con-da-acca inna crois[fh]igil, Vita Br. 4 .
crosfigell hi forciund cach cet combat scitha a lama, Ériu xix
2560 § 11 .croisfigeall hi toi, Hib. Min. 41.26 .heirg itchros-
figill(Adam to Eve), SR 2062 .luidh R. ┐ B. . . . ina crois-
fighill, BNnÉ 324.13 .ro leicc fora ghluinibh é ┐ dorinne
crois-fighill dhe stretched out his arms, 329 § 64 .do léic se
a lamha ass a croisfighill, BCC 182.24 .i croisigill fria dia
30anosa`praying to his God', Ériu v 240.123 .i crossigill risin
Coimdid, BB 244b17 .do sin a laim hi crosfigill cosin Comdid,
RC xlvi 234.x . Of Moses in the battle against Amalek
( Exod. xvii 11 ):dorochair mór n-armach de / tall tria
crosfigill Móise, SR 4080 , see RC xii 434 § 37 . Of Joshua:
35 tan ba scith lais . . . / a di laim i crosḟigill, SR 5090 .
Appar. crucifix in:a psaltair i n-a ḟiadhnaise, ┐ a chros-
ḟíghil i n-a láimh chlí, Ériu i 86.23 .

crosóc n ā,f.(cros) coin(stamped with cross). Appar. worth 2¼
pinginne: da pinginn ┐ cethrime pinginne isin lacht .i.
40crosóg, O'C. 1783 ( 23 Q 6,39b ).deich scripaill ┐ crosoc ┐
sechtmad crosoigi, Laws v 436.5 Comm. (see n.).crosoc
iter a di brae i.e.ac. ¤ is the fine for a wound between the
brows, Bretha 13 gl. 11 , see Celtica viii 168-9 .

crosradach n[ā,f.] (cros):airm cháich ina crosradaig crossed ,
45 YBL 317a4 ( Aided M. 678 ).an crosradhach Coluim Chille
(title of poem on Cross of Christ), ZCP xii 387 `crosses poem
(?), Murphy Lyrics p. 186 .

crosta part.ofcrosaid:im crand ngabala bis i ndithrib .i. in
crand c. ¤ ,i.e.marked as belonging to someone, Laws i 206.8
50Comm.C. . . . do marbad . . . ┐ se crosda`when he had taken
the Cross
', Ann. Conn. 1227.12 = AU ii 278.4 .
Forbidden,prohibited;perverse,wicked: ni hurchail .i.
ní c. ¤ , Rule of Tall. 1 n. 12 .is c. ¤ duit beth for tíí mna do
chomharsan, PH 7766 .titul ata c. ¤ o dligud eclaisi, 7599 .
55 gan credium . . . do la ch. ¤ `forbidden days', 7317 .in uimir
laethid na aimsiri c. ¤ , RC xlix 44.z .ar ccur uatha . . . na
druinge ata crosda no eschoitchennaighthe= interdicted ,
RSClára 86b .draoigheacht an choirnn chrosda` magic ',
Oss. vi 176.23 .an clairseach crosda`perverse', Mann. and
60Cust. iii 357 n. 405 .a mhic na mná c. ¤ =perverse, 1 Sam.
xx 30 .is c. ¤ na heaspuig dá bhar samhail tug sagartóireacht,
Ó Bruad. ii 216.z .

crostáil n(cf. cros,crosta):toirmiosg ná crasdáil do chur oruinn
prohibition , Párl. na mB. 371 .ní heasbaidh eoluis . . . / tug
65don choirneach mo ch. ¤ `caused . . . to censure me', Ó Bruad.
ii 208.8 .c. ¤ `wrangle', E. O'Rahilly 182.50 .

crostal: n daranḟot imteact fosdan / gablog imbi c. ¤ craínd, IT iii
101.6 =cross-tell`across-belt?', Meyer Contribb. 531 .
Seecristall.

70 crostálta adj(crostáil):cosáin chrosdálta chuilinn`forbidden
paths beset with holly
', Ó Bruad. ii 182.3 .

crostóir n[i,m.] (crosta) perverseperson:Ismael do bhí . . .
'na ch. ¤ mheabhlach, Trompa na bhF. 4702 =meschant, Gloss.

crot,crotach xseecrott,crottach.

75 crotall xseecrottball.

croth n ā,f.See Vendryes, Études Celt. iv 318 .n s.alsocroith,
-ch. cream,curds :c. ¤ di otnu no blathaig`cream of curds',
Ériu vii 140.13 . ?nert n-irsi firinni / fín crothe cruthaige,
LU 1177 .cid coirm, cid croith (croich, croicv.ll.) cid
80lemlacht`curds', Ériu iii 104 § 34 .fírcroith ┐ fírlemnacht,
LU 8120 ( FB 9 ).croich .i. uachtar bainne,ut estis croich no
lemnacht do ughdur sóir, O'Dav. 494 .cona n-annlund di ass
cen chroith` skim-milk ', Ériu xix 66 § 28 .amal as dech téit
catt cróich`as a cat makes for cream(?)', Táin 1840 ,leg.
85 croith(?), Vendryes, Études Celt. iv 318 .for foesam duit na
crothi crūadi cūlbudi`hard yellow-skinned cream', Aisl. MC
83.3 . In mockn. pr. fo bun Chroind Chroithe`Tree o
Cream
', Aisl. MC 122.13 . See2 cróch.