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1 cruth n u,m. g s. crotha.c. ¤ m., IGT Decl. § 72 . form,shape,
appearance;beautyofform,shapeliness :c. ¤ .i. gne . . . cia c. ¤
25is bunadh cach n-ae, O'Dav. 509 .dorosait grein crotha
glain, SR 291 .do thaidbred a chrotha di to show himself to
her
, LU 10193 .comchutrumma . . . eter ch. ¤ ┐ écosc, Fraech
8 .c. ¤ cách co hEtaín, BDD² 43 .c. ¤ a mban, BColm. 88.6 .
eter ch. ¤ ┐ deilb ┐ dechelt, LU 7472 ( BDD 102 ).c. ¤ ceill in
30beauty and sense
(rhet.), 8441 ( FB 30 ).saineamla cec doen
a crut, Blathm. 8 .mesir eocha ar a méd sgeó crotha, Ériu
xiii 41.z .direnaiter crotha cummai`díre is paid for maimed
figures
', BCrólige 64 .ríg rochrotha, Met. Dinds. iii 366.18 .
na crotha ilardha .i. find ┐ dub ┐ brecc, Anecd. v 23 n.l .
35 crotha na ceall`condition', Ériu xviii 66 § 36 .F. . . . go lí
ccroth, Duan. Finn ii 16 § 5 .do chinn ar áile ┐ ar ch. ¤ clainni
na mban, Smaointe B. Chr. 5557 .do-chuaidh c. ¤ maith a
n-ēagcruth dhí`she changed colour', Celtica iv 71.250 .claoch-
lōd crotha, ML² 1601 .fáilte . . . / do ch. ¤ t'aighthe, DDána
40 19.12 .i gcrothaibh fallsa disguised , 26.29 .an cruithsin
i dtarla an taobh, Aithd. D. 96.7 .rachuid as a cc. ¤ =shall
languish
, Is. xix 8 .ga crotha dona ceartuibh ó mbeantur
íad which grammatical forms they are derived from, IGT
Introd. § 2 (2.12) .
45 In sense ofmisfortune,distress,etc. (cf. i c. ¤ with follg.
gen.infra):an rí i gcrothuibh dhar gcinn-ne(of Christ on the
Cross), DDána 48.25 `cráidhte', Gloss.a ttrén do-chóidh a
gcrothuibh, LBranach 6844 (see n.).do-chóid an bhraoin-
eangsa i gcrothaibh céimionnsa`has come on hard mischances',
50 Aithd. D. 35.2 .i gcrothaibh do-chuaidh, DDána 103.16 .
do-cháidh a gc. ¤ , O'R. Poems 1775 `became a mere shadow(?)',
Gloss.
In prepositional phrases:a c. ¤ mairb`as one dead', Grail
3828 .i gc. ¤ neoil, DDána 17.12 .a cc. ¤ airdreannaigh aieóir
55 like, Ir. Review 1913, 623 § 4 .ar bhfaicsin Críost i gc. ¤
bháis, DDána 16.5 .i gcrothaibh báis`on the point of death',
Keat. ii 3198 .ar ndul dí i gcrothaibh cumhadh having
given way to grief
, A. Ó Dálaigh liii 3 .a c. ¤ a beith . . . tairisi
pretending to be faithful to him, Expugn. Hib. 63 .i gc. ¤
60ghabhála Gaoidheal`about to rule all G.', Aithd. D. 3.7 .
Inadverbialphrases.in ch. ¤ so (sinetc.) in thisetc.way,
alailiu ch. ¤ in another way(see Thurn. Gramm. 161 ):isin ch. ¤
sin bimmi nóibni, Wb. 3d27 .is inchrud sin rofitir . . . rúna
déegl.ita . . . cognovit, 8b10 .madinch. ¤ sin beithe, 18b16 .
65 isinch. ¤ so romboi dossom`it is thus that he has been', 33b1 .no
isin ch. ¤ sagl.uel certe ita, Ml. 44b16 .alailiu ch. ¤ gl.aliter,
98d1 .nírubai nach c. ¤ ailiu`it cannot be otherwise', Sg. 7b3 .
conid gau dóibsem in ch. ¤ sin, 40a15 .inchrutsin`in that
manner
', 63a14 .níbbad bind nach c. ¤ ailiu`otherwise', 58b5 .
70 inchrutsagl.sícuti, 111a5 .luidseom . . . in c[h].sa, BDD² 153 .
dia marbad ind c. ¤ sin`in this fashion', Mon. Tall. 147.17 .
baghaso an crutsa thus, ZCP viii 108.9 .céin bes in ben in c. ¤
ucut, MU² 1047 .nī hinill do crāibdech airbera bith nach c. ¤
la ṡōerbrāth fēin`in any way', ZCP iii 29.3 .fofrith ind
75ingin inc. ¤ so arrubartait`in the form', RC iii 345.16 .ba
biodhba cech c. ¤ `in every way', Blathm. 72 . Later with
prec. prep.: . . .fo'n c. ¤ -sin thus, PH 814 .fon cc. ¤ ccétna
similiarly, Hugh Roe² 54.17 .do bheith san ch. ¤ -so, DDána
68.14 .Gaoidhil san ch. ¤ chéadna-sain, 92.9 .a gníomh dá
80chora i gc. ¤ proving it(?), Aithd. D. 46.10 .crú an ochta dá
chora i gc. ¤ nach . . . ensuring, 95.20 . ?an Bhanbha do
bhiadh 'n-a ch. ¤ / a labhra do Bh.`B. will be plainly seen
calling for B.
', 7.8 .
In quasi-conjunctionaluse (see Thurn. Gramm. 546 ):c. ¤
85nandat chomsuidigthi`as they are not. . . ', Sg. 201b12 .in
ch. ¤ nandrann insce`as', 221b7 .inch. ¤ donelltarmús `asmus
is declined
', 109a4 .con-eícdid doib c. ¤ ropridchissem`how we
have preached
', Wb. 24c17 .c. ¤ assechidi bethuetnebmarbtu,
29d24 .ronguil Caindlech, c. ¤ rochar`even as she loved', Met.
Dinds. iv 238.41 .in c. ¤ cétna rothairngert`in the same way',
5 ii 30.56 .co méd mo chomairle / c. ¤ codan-ic, Arch. iii 220.31 .
c. ¤ roncualaas , Auraic. 5252 .c. ¤ na tabair, Rawl. 115a28 .
Críst, c. ¤ ron-glea, Fél. Jan. 5 (`a form that may purify us').
Withcía,cip,etc.:ciac. ¤ gl.quomodo, Thes. i 6.31 .rofitir
ciach. ¤ pridchimmeni, Wb. 24d5 .ciach. ¤ forrassissiugl.
10 quomodo . . . proficisti, Ml. 38a9 .ciach. ¤ nombiad inaicniud
denma . . .`how could He be of a nature to do. . .', 17b26 .
cia c. ¤ ṁbias`how it will be', Sg. 147a4 . quatinus.i. cifot l.
cic. ¤ , ZCP vii 480.24 (Ench. ¤ Aug.).cia cruthsaige(sic), Laws
iv 68.19 .ciach. ¤ fogebaid, SR 1131 .cia c. ¤ rohilaigthi
15`how were they multiplied', Hib. Min. 8.x .cipc. ¤ tra however
it be
, Wb. 12d24 .pridchidir doib cibc. ¤ `howbeit', 14d34 .ni
confetor cib c. ¤ ind / aingel fa Dia, Blathm. 100 § 31 .c. ¤ bat
ma more vigorously, 66 .sechi ch. ¤ dondrón, gl.si quomodo,
Wb. 5d18 .cipē c. ¤ i mbeid, ZCP viii 113.10 .cib c. ¤ nó
20sdaid . . . a mbí siad, RSClára 91b .cecib c. ¤ a mbaí a ḟír
`be the truth as it might', FM v 1820.z . With article:in-c. ¤
a-fuilit feasa in-domain, RC xxiv 370.12 .'s na crothaibh a
gcuala sinn`in the way I heard them', Content. xxx 27 .
Note also:na crotha éagsamhla ar a bhfaghaid na daoine
25bás ways, TSh. 323 .ní fhuil c. ¤ a mbearar ar .sh. nach
amhlaidh as cóir úaim ría, IGT Introd. § 13 .
Later in phr.i c. ¤ so that, inorder that :a gc. ¤ go rachadh
romhaibh, Content. ix 27 .i gc. ¤ gurab cuma dhó a bhás nó
a bheatha, TSh. 95 .i gc. ¤ go bhféadfainn na sléibhte
30d'aistriughadh, 9413 .a cc. ¤ go mbia tú fírinneach, Is. xliii
26 .a cc. ¤ go raibhiodar cách lán dá ngrádh, Beatha S.F.
1359 .a ccruith ná bíth súaimhnios so that there is no peace,
Párl. na mB. 2463 .
In chevilles:congloraib c. ¤ , SR 597 .c. ¤ nad meirb`in no
35uncertain wise
', Met. Dinds. iv 4.47 .c. ¤ atchiu, LL 37384
( SG 317.31 ).c. ¤ adfiadhait, Lism. L. 2107 .
Compds. With noun:i gcruthmhalairt i n-Íosa, Trompa
na bhF. 4168 .
With adjj.:ingen cruthalaind, RC xxiii 396.x .crethfait
40clocha cruthamrai, SR 8083 .C. cóir cruthchaín, LL 34195 .
C. condail cruthchaomh, Leb. Gab. 186.20 .an clocc cruth-
fhalláin, Misc. Hag. Hib. 111.19 .mo Cholla chaemh chruth-
gel, Gorm. March 23 .o chlaind chruthglain Colmain, Rawl.
83b13 .fir . . . crutghranna, St. Ercuil 573 .Oisín cruith-
45mhín, Hackett² 22.41 .re a comrādh cruthnaomt[h]a, ZCP
x 341.6 .áirdrígh . . . cruithniamdha calma, Flower Cat.
400.4 .cathbarr cirach cruthordha, Aen. 2112 .dod dhreic
chruithshlim, Aithd. D. 46.5 .tré chríochaibh an Choroinn
chruthsholuis, Atlantis iv 174.15 .
50With adjj. derived from nouns:F. . . . / chruthbúadach,
LU 8297 ( FB 22 ).gusin inad cinnti . . . cruthfoclach
` definite ', MR 108.16 .
With vb.:do chruthmhalartaigh sé é féin, Trompa na
bhF. 3440 .

55 ? 2 cruth: ind nicon-deit ata hi tairrṅgire int ailen-sa do c. ¤
`verwüstet werden wird', IT ii1181.200 .

cruthach adj o, ā(1 cruth)crothach, A. Ó Dálaigh xxxi 9 , Rel.
Celt. ii 196.5 . shapely,fair,beautiful :ri caim, ri cain, ri c. ¤ ,
SR 572 .caintarbh c. ¤ (of a man), Sc. M² 15 R .ba c. ¤ . . . ind
60inghen, TTr.² 361 .co Créidhi cruthaig, Acall. 819 .da ingin
choema chruthacha, TTebe 658 .ataoi c. ¤ , a bhan-chara=
pulchra es, TSh. 1332 . As sobriquet:Cessair Ch., Cóir Anm.
92 .
Other applications:guth grúige c. ¤ mbréigi, Ériu xiii 72 §
65 137 .fín cruiche cruthaige, ZCP viii 286 § 2 .tre ríoghain na
ccleas cc. ¤ ` graceful-mannered ', O'Hara 3278 .giodh c. ¤
caomhálainn í(of swan), TSh. 7797 .gidh c. ¤ do chórughadh
(of a cross), DDána 65.4 .ga seinm go c. ¤ cain, Duan. Finn i
62.33 .
70 Compar. nech budh cruithidhe, BNnÉ 107 § 27 .Superl.
nech as cruthaighe . . . ina aimsir, BNnÉ 295 § 24 .

cruthacht n ā,f.(1 cruth):céile cáem co c. ¤ `fair and shapely',
Met. Dinds. iv 196.7 .

cruthad xseecruthugud.

75 crúthad xseecrúd.

cruthaid xseecruthaigid.

cruthaige n=cruthacht:ar chaoimhe ┐ cruthaighe`in beauty
and
shapeliness ', Leb. Gab. 204.22 .boi dia choemi ┐ dia
chruthaigi, LB 148b38 .Cf. rachaid mar théid an tuile /
80gach dúil chriadh dá Cruthuidhe (leg.c. ¤ ), DDána 57.19
(`cruthuightheoir', Gloss.).

crutha(ig)id v(1 cruth). Later alsocruith-. (a) creates,shapes,
forms,produces :duslaid .i. cruthaigedargl.massam . . .
plasmantis, Ml. 140b5 .itir dóini ┐ idlu cruthaigter foacosmailius,
85 138c1 .roċruthaigsemmar camaiph . . . oen cháractar
`formed', Sg. 9a22 .im cach nadbur na ro cuindrigther,
no na ro cruthaigther`shaped into form', Laws i 184.19 .
rochrúfemne (leg.rocruthfemni,Edd.) . . . ind pennit bes
chōir fortsu`we will settle . . . the penance that is meet for
thee
', Mon. Tall. 130.22 .is tomtiu and co cruthaigfea in
5Comdiu . . . curpu dind adbur, LU 2594 .Día in cara rom
cruthaige, 1330 .o rotchruthad, LL 22378 .ra cruthaiged
comairle occu`they held counsel', Táin 587 . 589 . ?cāin
crothfidher gaiscedh, ZCP x 344.20 .is é do chruthaigh gort
a's féar, Oss. iv 218 .dar an righ ro-d-chruith, Celt. Rev.
10 x 133.32 .da gcruthaightear fan imlinn iad(of growth or
abscess), 23 K 42,202.13 .an fíon do chruth cách`foreign
wine
', Aithd. D. 9.3 .
(b) proves,establishes :cia cruthaigther in aithgin so do
bith ac duine`though it is established', Laws iii 530.y Comm.
15 ar dhá modh chruitheocham sin, O'Gr. Cat. 39.10 .mar a
gcruitheocham 'san chéad chaibidil, Eochairsg. 13.30 .
indearbh, cruthaigh= prove , Eg. Gl. 413 .cruthaidh orm
nach bhfuil corp ┐ fuil Chriosd prove to (against) me, Luc.
Fid. 4189 .
20 Vn. cruthugud.Part. cruthaigthe.