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1 cúachach adj o, ā(cúach, seecuäch)furnished withcups,
goblets :gabhais Éirinn n-órchuachaigh, DDána 105.33 .
copach, cuachach, duanach, Oss. v 136.13 .

2 cúachach adj(1 cúach):gasraid Muman mor-chuachaig
5(: Cruachain)`the youth of Munster, long-haired' (?), Met.
Dinds. iii 358.46 . Or =1 c.?cuachach` curled,frizzledin
tresses , P. O'C.

cúachán n o,m.(cúach, seecuäch) cup,bowl,basin,vessel :a
chūachāin`o little bowl', Ériu i 46.12 = RC xxvi 374.30 .
10 miodh cuill,/ a cuachán cruinn cheithre ccearn, Atlantis iv
140.14 .beagán bláthaighe a g-cuachán cam`cup', Tribes
of Irel. 62.6 .
In Aisl. MC containerormeasurefor oats or porridge:
cūachān (.i. corcca) do médgusci na heclaise, Aisl. MC 15.1 .cüachān
15corca Corccraige`oaten ration', 17.5 , 6 .beror cüachān
corcu doib, 115.14 . ?mīach cūachān . . . ┐ míach minaráin
`a bushel of oats', 45.10 .

cúachda adj[io, iā] (1 cúa,cuach) cupped,hollow :ni cuaille crin
cuachda`a withered hollow stake' (of securing a dog), Laws iii
20412.20 Comm. So also:don crand crin cuachda, 416.22
Comm.

? cuachiunn: n nech marbus duine hi cath nó ind imairic nó oc
gobail a c. ¤ . Ériu vii 166 § 4 .

cúach(ṡ)naidm n(1 cúach+naidm) =túagnaidm:cūach-
25naidm .i. tūag-dūnad, Corm. Y 382 .atcíat in t-óclach . . . ┐
cuachshnaidm ar a fholt, Acall. 1564 .cuach-shnaidhm
comhdhaingean curadh dá fholt im a chúl, CRR² 16 .ro-
buid[i]ded a mong, . . . ┐ ro-ladh cuachsnaidm di[na] fri[a]
ceand aniar`ein becherförmiges Fadennetz', ZCP xiii 282.10 .
30 Ofhold,gripinwrestling: cuachshnadmanna dá cosaibh
tréna chéili with their legs firmly locked together, CF² 712 .
dobert cúachsnaidm curad ar cach laech fo leith, RC xiv
416 § 30 .

1 cuad nexpld. as war , abstr. fromaimser chuad, seecáe:cuadh
35.i. coga[d],ut estní tard biadh i c. ¤ do, O'Dav. 578 .

2 cuad nexpld. asact oftelling,narration (abstr. from perf. of
ad-fét,etc.):cúadh .i. innisin. Cúadh do bhaos .i. sgél
dinnisin do dhuine bhaoth, O'Cl. is c. ¤ do bǽsach(a useless
thing), Aisl. MC 125.19 .

40 3 cuad x=2 cúa? (Plummer MS notes):no chuadh .i. do bir
cinaid fairsim a ch. ¤ ┐ a comlathradh do denam, O'C. 484 ( H.
3.18,251 ).

cúad n o,m.Disyll. (secondarily ?) at ZCP vii 269 citedinfra.
Cf.also RC ix 454 ,ibid. (drinking-)vessel,cup,mug: cūad
45cōifid .i. fid cūa co cāe fās and, Corm. Y 338 . ?cūad a cūas
i.e.uac[u]us , 353 . Corm. Tr. 45 .cuad .i. fid cua nocados
graece uas uíní , O'Mulc. 249 .for cuad nusci, Vita Br. 25 .
ilar na cúach, na cód cass, SR 4357 .c. ¤ dá ordlach .x. di
draumcu ar lemlacht, Críth Gabl. 116 `wooden mug', Gloss.
50 folestrai iter erna ┐ loiste[a] ┐ chóidiu, 176 , wrongly cited
C 297.10, where most exx. might be referred to a dimin.
cóidín. ?gérab bend buabaill bendaig / re gualaind oessa
ollaig / is lór dúinne cen mendair / cúide do bendaib connaid,
LB 103 marg. inf. cuadh bec craind, RC x 86.16 , 18 (ICM).
55 inann an cuadh acon cerd ┐ an follearbh acon tsaer, O'C.
2083 ( H. 4. 22,70a ).coadh cno`mug', Lism. Lives 754 .
blæsca cno mor amal cóedi[u] shells of huge nuts like cups,
RC ix 466.10 (ICM), wrongly cited C 297.13 , see above.lan
coid dib`a cup full' (of nuts), Laws v 408.19 Comm. in
60coïdh(n p.:coïr), ZCP vii 269 § 7 .tricha bó . . . cona cóidib
creduma`milk-pails(?)', RC xiii 40.y . ?am̄ bit in cuadh, IT
iii 102 § 184 .eó an chuaigh uisge ar a n-aghaidh, Ir. Syll.
Poetry 69 § 12 or to be refd. tocuäch?Ofrearingchildren
together: rodn-alt . . . for ǽnchích ┐ for ǽnchúd (-glun,v.l.),
65 RC ix 454.13 .ar aonglun ┐ ar aoncodh, O'C. 2481 ( Eg.
88,39aa ).Cf. dia mbed aonchruinn cliabh cuadh cóir
comalta, Ériu xiii 16.18 .Ofboardandlodging: deoraid
coid ┐ cearchuille(i.e.foster-children,etc.), O'C. 359 (H.
3.18, 198).for a lepaid ┐ a codh, ┐ a cerchaill, 2531 ( Eg. 88,
70 44ab ). In fancifuln. pr. Cuad, Anecd. ii 55.21 v.l.
Compd.go raibh a fis agat cuich in coimpert dar chuadh-
laitrigeadh do biudh ┐ do leabaidh for which rearing was
provided
(?), O'C. 1890 ( 23 P 3,22 a, b .).

cúadán n(cf. 1 caí,ciíd(caídid) ?) complaint :cuadan .i. geran,
75 Lec. Gl. 410 , M 223 , Stowe Gl. 284 .geran na ngalgat ┐
cuadan (cuatan,v.l.) na curadh`complaint', CCath. 5944 .
?apaigh mairb . . . ┐ a cuathan este` breath ', 4085 .

cúaiche xsees. 1 cúach.

cúaille nearliercúalne(1 cúal),díchúalle , LL 12975 ,dachualli ,
80 14423 . stake,pole,post :cūaille .i. de an cūal, nō caoilequam
alia , Corm. Y 328 .cuaillne fernae(rhet.) `a stake of alder',
Corm. Bodl.(28.17) orcc.cuaillegl.palus, Ir. Gl. 495 .
Common as material of (wooden) structures, fences,etc. cor
cuálne, ZCP xii 365.33 ( Laws iv 340.14 .).bla cuaille airbi
85`a stake in a fence', Laws iii 290.10 .ar cūaillib cell, Bruchst.
30 § 67 .etir chúalle ┐ cháilach`both pole and palisade' (of a
`ríg-thech'), Met. Dinds. iii 80.z .buna na cuailled`butts of
the stakes
' (remains of war camp), CCath. 2997 .se duirn isin
chuaille, Laws iv 140.6 Comm. amuil in cuaili, iii 176.22
Comm. in cert for cuaille`the rag upon the pole' (to scare the
5timid), i 178.2.Comm. an crann chuirthear 'n-a chuaille
the tree that is put down as a stake(does not last long), DDána
57.8 .bliadhuin don chuailli a year is the life of a stake, Lism.
L. xli 5 .is Lagin rosmarbastar / nirbo chualle i (sic leg.)
Cind Tíre(of one of many heroes slain by Leinstermen), ZCP
10 xxiv 141 § 37 .cuaille fedaseeF 73.66-73.bērat do chend
co rraib for cuailli ar bēlaib R., Fing. R. 96 .do thabairt a
chind ar an cuaille ḟolam atā 'mon dūn, Ériu iii 168 § 25 .
cuaille cuilinn na coradh tríd`the holly-stake of the weir(of
Clúain Tarbh)through him', Cog. 257.11 .ar cuaille na
15himdhaide, ALC i 8.25 .sibh ar dhá chuailli do chor`on two
poles
' (of a bier), O'Hara 3577 .M. . . . do marbad . . . d'or-
chor chuailli, Ann. Conn. 1408.10 .an cuaille Fáil`the
flag-staff of F.
,' Misc. Celt. Soc. 156.119 .cūailli īaraind fora
brut, TBC² 3284 . LL 11977 `an iron stake', Táin 4485 ,
20`stake-brooch', Meyer Contribb. 542 .cóirighios a sgiath . . .
ina cuailli comhraic, Leabh. ó Láimhsgr. xix 6249 . Smiting
the c.c. (`pole of battle') was a challenge to fight, ZCP xxiii
309 § 5 , Plummer MS notes.cuailledha trēna Tuathail
(of warriors), ML² 1362 .meraidh uaim tre laidhibh leat /
25in cuaille ma comhraigeat the axis where they meet(sc. cōic
cōicid Ērenn), BB 31b21 ( ITS xli 72 § 1 ).
In name of metre:berrídhi ar rind chuailli so, IT iii
101 § 179 .
In nn. loc. see Hog. Onom.