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cubaid adj pl. cuibdi,-e(com+fid, Thurn. Gramm. §§ 128 , 345 ,
10 830 ).cobaid, Ml. 14d11 .cobaidh, Laws i 136.10 Comm.
cobfid, Auraic. 957 .cobhuidh:soraidh, DDána 114.4 .
I (a) harmonious, inaccord,agreeing :nir chuibde ciar
chomlabra`they [shrieks] were discordant though uttered
together
', RC vii 298 § 137 ( LL 29226 ).cuibdius c. ¤ / ac na
15helaib, ZCP vii 309.21 , `tuneful music', Murphy Lyrics
30.2 .nidat cuibde a comanmand`their names are no sweet
symphonies
', Aisl. MC 7.16 .ceōla cuibdi na n-aingel, ZCP
viii 114 § 9 .re cliathaib crithre, cuibdi, comraitecha ciuil,
MR 110.y .ar nirbat cuibdi a cocrícha cían remi, LL 31032
20(`their boundaries had not been harmonious', TTr. 213 ).imon
crích . . . / níptar cuibde comrainne`were not agreed in
partnership
', Met. Dinds iv 16. 8 (Dubthir) =rapdar
. . ., LL 30526 .roslechta leis . . . / .uii. maige certa cuibde,
2196 . Cheville:ainm c. ¤ , Auraic. 2117 . Of physical activity
25or action concerted;agreedupon:imram . . . c. ¤ comaontadach,
ML² 657 .mat cuibdi ┐ fer laime . . . Manbet cuibdi(`if
there be accomplices
', Plummer MS notes), Laws i 244.1 ,
3 Comm. ?cia biat cuidbi aen érce. Munub cuidbi aen
érca is secht cumula cacha láimhe can cinnedh, O'Don.
30 517 ( H. 3.17,420 ). Seecuibdius. equal, (with) (in),matched:
na tri Aedana ardda / ropsat cuibdi comṡelgga, LL 28804 .
cidat cuibdi comriata inn echradsin nídat comdatha well-
matched , LL 13906 .bāmar cuibhdhe cōim-t[h]rēna, ML²
2080 .
35(b) fitting,meet,becoming;proper,right :áile suidhe
n-árd n-esartha. i mbí clúmh chubhaidh cosartha(request
for a dwelling), Ériu xiii 40.12 ` suitable ', Murphy Lyrics p.
xiv(note).m'itche c. ¤ coir`meet and fitting prayer', Ériu xix
3 § 4 .do mac cóir ch. ¤ Cherbaill, LU 4324 .ro-po ch. ¤ co
40ro-cloitea o mac na hóige .i. Crist, PH 2022 .nocho chert na
c. ¤ , CRR 22 .na ceithre comhfhocail cuibhdhi`the four fit . . .
maxims
', MR 90.4 .Clann Onc[h]on c. ¤ comlān` righteous ',
BColm. 52.6 .caillecha dubha / craibhtecha, cubdhe, 'na
chill, BNnÉ 152.12 .cubhaidh= comely , Is. iv 2 .F. ab
45cubaidh Ardmacha`legimate abbot', TFrag. 140 note p .an
chanóin chubhoidh(of scripture), DDána 20.31 .ro bud
cubuidh dire do beth doib ina setuib`would be meet', Laws ii
402.29 Comm. c. ¤ desidhe gemadh he trian na codach etc.,
iv 198.4 Comm. guin daighfhir cró níor chubhaidh`was not
50meet
', RC xlix 169 § 5 .fuair tríonn créachta nar chubhaidh,
DDána 40.17 .neach nār iomchair an umhla mar budh
cubhaidh, Beatha S.F. 2167 .
With following prepp.DO,FRI(LA):is ulcach Cú Ch.
is c. ¤ do niaid comrac fris(`it is fitting for', Faraday), LU 6133
55(TBC).frepuide cuibde di cech pheccad`appropriate
remedies for every sort of sin
', Rule of Céli Dé 80 § 59 .ro-po
c. ¤ duit,etc., PH 2345 .ceit[h]re trīr . . . / cuibde re gach les,
Ériu i 39 § 6 .gēb-sa lethrand dūs in ba c. ¤ frissa ṅgēba-som
to see if it fits yours(a half-quatrain of verse), Fing. R. 119 .
60 ni mó na re bochtaib tróga bud ch. ¤ beth innte, Todd Lect.
vi 44.5 .re chéile isad cuibhdhe they suit each other, DDána
98.29 .ni cubhaidh lena nadúir cennaighecht`trading does
not suit his nature
', Ériu v 172.157 .
Compar. concinnore.i. as chubaithiu, Ml. 145b3 .ga
65craebh coibhneasa as cuibhdhe do cheastnughadh`fitter',
MR 98.1 . Assuperl. is friu as cuibhdhi sin fria drochdhainib,
Lism. L. 4058 .duit as cuibhdhe cró do shean most befitting,
DDána 74.60 .Adv. inchobaid gl.concinnenter, Ml. 14d11 .
gocubaidh , ZCP viii 114.22 .co c. ¤ comaontadhach, ML² 682 .
70 IIAssubst.=cuibdius. (a) In metr. sense:cid a chubh-
aidh ? . . . coibhḟiodh ann sin ar an ní as ionann fiodh
airegdha benus an dá ḟocal in imḟregra; ar gé ni dleghar dona
bardaibh eolus i ffedhaibh . . . dlegar doibh a cubhaid
techta do urmuisi, ┐ do aithne fria cluais, ┐ aignedh, Ériu
75 xiii 43.y - 44.2 .Cf. O'Dav. 771 .rann . . . as ionann c. ¤ a
imfregra ina leth toisioch, ┐ ina leth dhéghenach(following ex.
shows a: b, c: d), Ériu xiii 44.7 .con-ricce a chubhaidh fri
araill(of comharc bairdne), 43.31 . O'Dav. 48 .cach da
thæbomna ar fid hi c. ¤ , cach da cobfid i c. ¤ : is ed is c. ¤ iarum co
80robe an fid cetna beas isna foclaib in imfreccrai, ┐ co rob
inand a lin du tæbomna beas intib,ut est, bas ┐ las,etc.,
Auraic. 957 .cubhaidh comfada(one of the sixteen parts of
poetry), IT iii 29.21 . In name of metre:debide doceil a c. ¤ ,
IT iii 17 § 43 , Murphy Metrics 65 `which conceals its rime',
85 p. 78 . Seeánch.,salch.,dech.
(b) In general sense:congbhaidh do chubhaidh`maintain
thy sway
', Oss. vi 148.7 . ?focheil Bé san tulaig the / dagné
fon ch. ¤ Ceilbe` suitably ', Met. Dinds. iii 58.56 .

cúbaid v(Lat.cubo) bends :do chúb a ghlún, ITS i 12.10 .cubaid
se (an fuacht) e fein annsin`it . . . compresses itself there', Ir.
5Astr. Tr. 38.14 .Vn. ar chúba a mhuinghīl go húirísiol( Gen.
xxii 7 - 9 ), Trompa na bhF. 4125 .iad féin d'úiríslioghadh ┐
do chúbadh fána láimh, 2808 .

cubairchre adj(OFcovercle, Risk § 14):cuach corr go ccubhairchre
(: nglaicne)` lidded ', Bardic P. 20.29 .

10 cubais xsee1 cubus.

1 cubal n(cubail< Lat.cubile, Wortk. 89 ).cubhal(cumal,
v.l.)m., IGT Decl. § 11 (53.29) .cumhal(ó thrícíallaibh )f.,
§ 12 (61.23) . (a) apartment,cell,sleeping-chamber :a ccubhail
uaignig, Ériu iv 51 § 11 .loighe a c. ¤ nochar chlecht(a poet ?),
15 IGT Decl. ex. 349 . ?achd beart chubhuil do c[h]luinsin / fa
churaidh an chubhuilsin, ex. 483 .
(b)smallboat :cubhul .i. long, O'C. 510 ( H. 3.18,258.26 ).
caem in curach c. ¤ Taidg, SG 353.35 .co trichait cuile, co
tricha lanamain cach cul (c. ¤ ,v.l.)=ciula, Todd Nenn.
20 54.12 , 13 and note k. See1 ciúil.ben le hó gCuind a gcumh-
ail / fer churaigh dhuinn na deghaid, IGT Decl. ex. 556 .
?cubhal (cumhal,v.l.) fa láech Locha in sguir, ex. 498 ,cf.
M. . . . dol co caislen Locha in Scuir . . . ┐ a mharbhadh . . .
ag teacht as a choite, ALC ii 70.9 - 12 . See2 c.

25 2 cubal n(cf. IGT Decl.citeds. 1 c . ) garmentofreligiousor
ecclesiastic,frock,habit ;cf. capula genus vestis, Du Cange s.
1 capa :cubhal .i. aibíd, O'Cl. cuir i mbeind do cubail`in the
corner of thy frock
', BNnÉ 179.9 .do chuirsium a shaltair
eturru ┐ a ch. ¤ , SG 55.22 .scáil ucht do chubail, 32.20 .acht
30aon Fhlaithrí tá i gcubhail`who wears the habit' (F. Ó Maol-
chonaire, O.S.F., Archbishop of Tuam, note), Content. xiv
23 . ?do-ní dubhadh dom dheargadh / an chubhal do
choiseargadh, IGT Decl. ex. 494 .Cf.Engl. cowl ?

1 cubar n o. Alsocobar.cubhar m., IGT Decl. § 17 (71.16
35and 29. Difft. wds. ?). (a) foam,froth,scum :ro ḟagaib hí
ar in tráig / is cubur ina comdáil, Acall. 6973 ` seafoam ',
SG 219.5 .mar c. ¤ tuinne ac tragud, LL Facs. 106 marg. sup.
gili na cobur a corp, LL 16464 `whiter than foam was her
body
', RC xlvii 289.x .a cneas coimhgheal le cubhar, DDána
40 49.8 .in cubhar cuirit glomhradha na srian a bélaibh na
n-ech, TBC St. 4111 .da punt do mil ar mbuain a cubair di
`froth', Rosa Ang. 260.4 (=spuma, Gloss.).cobur fola for a
claediub, LU 8338 ( FB 24 ).gurbo cubur fola ┐ gur bo uanfad
cro barruachtur . . . in glasmara, CCath. 2790 .cubur fola
45fordeirrgi(colour of cheek), MU² 722 .mur thuinn gcubhair
`like a foaming wave' (of a wound), RC xlix 169 § 5 .Fig.
d'ar síl ba séd sochair seo / can cobhur ar ar menma, KMMisc.
320.2 .
(b) pumice stone (see Plummer Colophons 13 note 2 ):
50 Tadhcc . . . do sgrib an beccan sin . . . can chailc can chubhar
(scribal note), L.Chl. Suibhne § 56 (p. 74) .
Compds. With nouns.ina cubarcaepaib cro`in . . . foaming
clots of gore
', CCath. 2986 .dobo chur gu cubhairnéimh he
was a champion with the brilliance of foam
, IGT Decl. ex. 791 .
55With adjj.tar na ciséalaibh . . . cubharanfacha, RC xxix
110 § 2 .Tonn . . . chubhar-bhān C[h]lidhna, ML² 1307 .ag
coiméd in chúain chobha(i)rbháin, Duan. Finn ii 298 § 5
(see iii 146 note 5b).isna crannaibh cubhairdearga foam-red
. . . shafts
(of spears), RC xxix 128 § 38 .urranna caebacha
60cubhardearga cró` red-frothing ' (note), CF² 737 .do ronsad
iomrámh chubhaidh, . . . chúbhar-tiugh causing heavy foam,
ML 44.32 .

2 cubar n=caubar=cupar. Alsocuib-. Inpl.expld. as
ravens,eagles(orhawks): cubhair .i. precháin no ilairut est
65sephtatur cubhair .i. gur rosuighet na prechain onindaibh
tú. no currosuidhet na cuibhair co crobhaibh derga acu .i.
na hilar, Ériu xiii 54 § 12 .cufir .i. sineoin `c. ¤ i.e. old birds
(eagles)', O'Dav. 374 (cf. senen .i. prechan no seabac, 1414 ).
bidh cuid do chuifir (chiu-,v.l.) do chorp, / beittid fiaich ar
70do t[h]romthocht`for birds of prey', Buile S. 20.21 .cuifthir
┐ buidne bran / crindfittid cinn bhur g-curadh` wolves ',
MR 64.1 .ni fagaidh seg no curpha (sic) a n-Erinn, RC xi
130.3 .

cubarda adj[io, iā] (1 cubar) foam-like,whiteasfoam :corp caín
75cruthach cuburda agi, BB 427b12 .

cubas xsee2 cubus.

1 cubat n o,m.(Lat.cubitus) cubit: c. ¤ fri fut a lame, SR 4251 .
Cf. c. ¤ fir co fot a láime, Celtica iv 30.419 .dá ch. ¤ . . . / bid
i l-lethet cech oenchláir, SR 4239 .chubait i lleithet cech
80cláir, Celtica iv 30.415 .lethet a thened fri dá mile déc c. ¤
tomsithir, LU 2108 ( FA 17 ).coire . . . atracht a fhiuchad
de cóic c. ¤ déc, PH 1265 .L c. ¤ a tighe a múir. CC cubhat
ina hairdi, CCath. 18 .secht cubait dec deimnigthi / ag nim
suas . . .(of tur Nemruaid), Auraic. 2604 . ?c. ¤ n-oll .i.
85uilleann .i. edlenn(Ogam `ui'), 5664 `great equal-length'
(2 c.?).comloi iairn . . . sé cubait a tighi, Aisl. Tund. 96 § 1
(=cubitus, Gloss.) =fedha, 123 § 1 .dá fhichid c. ¤ ceart,
DDána 29.5 .an iomad cūibiod (cuibid, cúbaid,v.ll.) as
cionn gach cnuic, Trompa na bhF. 7131 . ?tri .l. comḟad
timchell forsin sluag caslach norda, YBL 140b14 = . . .
5 comad forsin sluag . . ., LL 3693 .
See under2 c.