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50 1 crú n u,n.(?), Thurn. Gramm. 197 .cráu, Im. Brain 59 .
crao, Met. Dinds. iv 94.25 .chrúa(:chúa), Táin 2949 .g s.
cro, Blathm. 132 .cróu,cráu,cráo( LL 22826 ),cró, Thurn.
Gramm. 197 .chrúi(:drech-núi), Met. Dinds. iii 134.19 .
crui,crai, ZCP xiv 348.2 .a d s. crú. ?n p. crui, O'Dav. 522 .
55Latercrú,cró indecl.
(a) gore,blood :crūa cruore , Corm. Y 280 .tibri derg amal
c. ¤ rúad, LU 3815 (SC).mo chride-se is c. ¤ , Táin 3372 .cró
dond glé sin samlaitir, LU 8360 ( FB 24 ).consreṅgfa c. ¤ dar
cranna, Táin 421 .cru for bruindibh betha(after the death
60of Christ), Blathm. 64 .corp do chri / roindidh hi cru roghili,
205 .im chride do ch. ¤ `into my clotted heart', Ériu vi 113 § 8
`may thy blood flow into my heart', Murphy Lyrics 27.8 .
focicher c. ¤ tria chnessaib, TFerbe 648 .co nderna cró dia
cridi, YBL 330a60 .fuil do chuirp ina c. ¤ thécht, Acall. 7576 .
65 fortach for chró blood-oath (?), Ériu xiii 29.9 .daethain do
cru ingen n-ennacc, Grail 3467 .do shil c. ¤ a chroidhe(of
Christ), DDána 12.6 .do-rinne dom chroidhe c. ¤ , Ir. Syll.
Poetry 45.3 .is riot do shil c. ¤ as a chroidhe(of the Cross),
Dán Dé iii 14 .c. ¤ re slíasdaibh eich ésgaidh, IGT Decl. ex.
701225 . Of blood of animals:c. ¤ a n-airgead nó a n-each, Ériu
iv 224.9 .toirthi craebh ┐ cru a n-each, Marco P. 40 . Of cut
of meat:tarr loigi meich . . . airtem (a) leithet a crui iar
n-airthur, dorn leithet a crai a n-iarthur`Vorderschnitt
Hinterschnitt
', ZCP xiv 348.2 ( Laws ii 238.14 .i. in baill ar
75coraiged teascad in tarra, 240.3 Comm. ) =dia cru, O'Dav.
129 .Cf. cró .i. dearg, Lec. Gl. M 138 . Stowe Gl. 278 .
Attrib. gen.:din bīd c. ¤ `of uncooked food,' Aisl. MC 81.16 .
?Cf. cru .i. om . . . comberbas ina craes cru, O'Dav. 393 .in
chaep chró ┐ ḟola, LL 22827 .cichis . . . / im Māel-Coba
80cassil chró, Corp. Gen. 410.8 .co ceird chrúi, Met. Dinds. iii
282.85 .tri chís cró (: gó), iv 262.38 .an tsleg . . . i n-a
clēith c[h]ró, ML² 1244 .a fhir chró, DDána 106.17 .iarna
timarcad i llige chro, BCrólige 1 .im C.C. ina othorlige chró,
LL 22085 . Seecosair,1 cró,gae,loimm,pairt.
85(b) violent death;serious wound :im accra itir croaib`for
suing between two deaths
', Laws i 184.6 .i. itir da comarba
bis imin acrad, 186.21 Comm. fer sóeras di ch. ¤ , Críth Gabl.
578 .fo ch. ¤ cacht`for he was doomed to die', Met. Dinds. iv
122.9 . ?cia do-róet in cath cocróe (: gói)`Tod', TFerbe 792 .
Cf. c. ¤ .i. bās . . . nīrbo flaith im c[h]rī com c[h]rō, Corm.
5Y 369 .cró .i. bás, O'Cl. lethdire cro otrusa gac fir dia mnai
`nursing wound', BCrólige 6 .cro nuibe no nuidenais`wound',
7 .flaith im-a-derga cru, Laws v 358.3 .i. a ceile oc marbad
. . . .i. marbas a ceile, 22 Comm. cro .i. coirpdireut est
donenatar crui comarda`equal body-fines', O'Dav. 522 .
10Transf. race,stock :fearr d'fhior a chlú 'n-a chlú mhaith /
iná a ch. ¤ ós ch. ¤ gach neich, DDána 91.3 .a threabh chroth-
ghlas ch. ¤ Dálaigh race, Measgra D. 56.127 .gach nech dia
chru, Marco P. 29 .c. ¤ an Chédchathaigh, Gleanings 30 § 8 .
do chonnairc tú / fás ar do ch. ¤ , A. Ó Dálaigh viii 7 .
15Compds. Composition formcro-, latercró-, see Bergin,
Ériu xii 136 . With nouns:?da naem gan crobaíg re cath,
BB 230a26 .marb é do cróbhainne chumad a bitter drop of
sorrow
, Acall. 1150 .i ngonaib ┐ i crobuillib báis fatal blows,
LL 12785 .conboing catha cróchombág(rhet.), LU 8352
20( FB 24 ). ?conort C. i crú-chró`fresh gore', Met. Dinds. iv
170.26 .crāudortad troch, ZCP xiii 376.13 . ?co bráth
bid Cróenech i mMuirthemniu(n.loc.), LU 6037 (TBC).
cūan crōferg fri fīannsa feba, Arch. iii 298 § 67 .co n-aplaitis
. . . do chrógalar, LL 13384 .fáth cró-ghuil don chrích
25`deadly lamentation', Misc. Celt. Soc. 346.27 .scuirset liom
lāithe hūi Chuind crōlechtaib, Corp. Gen. 72.9 .i. i llectaib
crō,v.l.`Blutlagern', Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 17 § 3 .cromaidm da
cridhi fatal breaking, CCath. 3195 .árdfhlaith . . . / . . .
coscarthach cróimhisnigh, Ó Bruad. iii 80.18 .gan nach
30crothodhail fola` blood-shedding ', CCath. 3651 . ?ina chróligi
fhola ┐ ina chropartaig`eine blutige Masse', TFerbe 433 (see
P 173.54).la cro phairtig na fola fo a cossaib, BB 438a4 .
crotagra for dliged, Cóic Con. Fug. § 144 .i. . . . tagra, . . .
do-ghnither i cro airechta, Comm. ?Raith Crofartach,
35 Ériu viii 30.15 .Cf. gur chneasaigh a chréacht-chrúinimh,
DDána 46.13 .
With adjj.:Cummein cróbhán`the death-pale', O'Gorm.
Dec. 24 .gillarad chass crodund in choicid, LL 12769 .foroll
ūacra forsin Domnall crodond cētna, Arch. Hib. ii 61 § 36 .
40 créacht chróshilteach feola, Ó Bruad. iii 58.7 .mar ghual
gcrithearach gcróluisneach, 66.22 .
With vbs.cruimh . . . / crúibíatair (cnúibhiathtairv.l.)
d'ḟuil anúasail, IGT Decl. ex. 677 .gé mór gcéd do chróilea-
duir wounded , O'R. Poems 107 .

45 2 crú xsee1 cró.

1 crúach n ā,f. stack ofcorn;rick :frith ina cruaich (cruaith,
v.l.) isin gurt hé(of wheat), IT iii 196.z .bec leis dúnn ri cond
crúaiche`when the corn-rick is roofed', Met. Dinds. iv 160.215 .
med do cruaiche, Laws i 134.13 Comm. dīre do daise .i. it
50cruaich arba, 170.27 Comm. mo cheas beach mo chruach
mo chrann(of Christ), Dán Dé xxiv 18 .luath a cruach ó
Chailligh Dé`quickly sinks her cornstack', Aithd. D. 1.9 .
cruach na cliabh arbha, FM iii 288.7 . Also heap,conical
pile :crícha cech cóicid fo chrúaich marked by a stone rick,
55 Met. Dinds i 14.23 .cruacha dhóibh ga ndoinndeargadh
(piles of corpses), Aithd. D. 20.27 .biáidh an foghmhar na
chruaich=a heap, Is. xvii 11 .sreath cláraigh . . . / . . .
mun gcruaich`round its top' (of castle), DDána 119.7 .
Transfd.c. ¤ sgeimhle ó chrúas do chaingne, IGT Decl. ex.
601373 . Mountain,hill :lucht na cruaiche críne(of the
Túatha D.D.), ZCP xiii 361 § b .imasoich crúas ciuil croich
(a s.), RC v 202.3 `vigour of music surrounds the hill(?)',
Ériu xvii 90 § 8 .lengait eóin ciúin crúaich`gentle birds
leap upon the hill
', Four Songs 20 § 2 .cruach,cnoc,carn,
65 Eg. Gl. 161 .
In nn. loc.ar mullach Cruaiche Mhártain, CF Eg. 66 .
Especially of Croaghpatrick:argain na Cruaiche, RC xvii
413.24 (Tig.).dia mbai Pátric . . . / for Crúaich, Met. Dinds.
iii 378.6 .Cf. attágar techt hi cruaich cruind, / druing cen
70crabad, Trip.² 1315 .an chruach ┐ an críoch i dtarla, PBocht
10.28 . See Hog. Onom.
In plant-name:cruach Patraicgl.plantago, Arch. i
330 § 1 .sugh teinegail . . . cruaiche Padruig, Rosa Ang.
102.17 . 110.3 .
75Compd.crúach-bás` heaped slaughter ', Met. Dinds. iii
242.14 .crúachbhás .i. deargbhas, O'Cl.

2 crúach adj o, ā(1 crú). Earliercruäch. gory,bloody :mo corpán
crūäch, Fianaig. 10.3 .do cholg . . . / cruoch, LU 10363 .
adnaig tar fót c. ¤ away from the scene of the wounding, Críth
80Gabl. 53 .bráen c. ¤ `gory rain', RC xxvii 300.1 .fo duilnib
sleg coícrind crūach(seven sylls.) `bloody spears', Hail Brigit
10 .aill is tóla catha crúach, ZCP xi 110 § 30 .isí mór caem
cruach high-coloured (of Andromache), BB 427b7 .or' ort
Gola cruach golach bloodthirsty , SR 5921 .
85Perh. inn. pr.:idal and / diarbo chomainm in Cromm Crú-
aich, Met. Dinds. iv 18.3 .d'adrad Chruimm Chrúaich, 20.36 .
Assubst. slūagadach Liphi, crūach Clóitigi(of king Aed
Finnlíath), ZCP xii 235 § 51 .