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cuilche n m.(hardly from Lat.pellicia, O'Rahilly, Celtica i 377 )
outer garmentofskins(worn by monks),garment,covering:
cuilchi ainm don brat ruáinnigh,ut est; fo chuilchi cruaidh
frim dhá taebh, Ériu xiii 67.77 =cin ētiud mīn . . . / . . . /
acht barrān beithe . . . / fo c[h]. c[h]rūaidh frim dā taob,
5 ZCP x 45.23 .cobair fir a culchi chíar, LU 3053 .a chuilchi
is a bla lin` cloak ', Fél. 224.37 .a cuilchi máil mbic(the
devil addresses a monk), 222.26 .foaid for leicc luim iarum /
┐ c. ¤ fliuch immi, Thes. ii 315.6 ( Hy. ii 31 ) (`quilt').cloch fó
chind ┐ culchi fliuch imbi(=tunica pellicea), Lat. Lives
10 63.5 .is amne fuaratar B. ic figi chasil ┐ cuilchi fliuch imbe,
LL 358 marg. sin.28.cuilciu fliuch torum coidchi, Fél.
90.2 .c. ¤ .i. brat, no cochall, O'Cl. Of a bird's plumage:
duibithir funchi fedil / culchi cach eóin imthemin, Met.
Dinds. iii 256.20 . Inn. pr. m. mic Fir Cuilchi, Fél. 48.25 .
15Seecuiligthe.

cuile n m.andf.(see Ped. ii 111 . For gender see LL 24740 ,
Lism. L. 321.4 , Laws ii 388.7 Comm. cited below). Freq.
withdentalinfl.,a s. cuilinn , Lism. L. 1282 .f.(withdental
infl.), IGT Decl. § 7 .
20 Pantry,storeroom,larder :cucann no cuilaegl.colina,
Sg. 51b5 .c. ¤ finda`a wine-cellar', 35a12 .līnfaid cessacht for
c. ¤ `storehouses', Cáin Ad. 27 .co freisce c. ¤ caith (= cāich)
so that he has hopes from everyone's larder(of a landless man),
Laws iv 352.13 .mo cule se / cule Fiadat fine, / cule roben-
25nach mo Rí, / cule conni ind, Lism. L. 321.1 - 4 (cf.
1291 ).arfássaigfiter culi cessachtaig .i. cen biad intib, LL
24740 .lan a ch. ¤ iar cainbiathad neich eisti, Laws ii 388.7
Comm. bla cat cuili .i. slan don chat in biad . . . ro geba . . .
isin cuilid do chaithem, iii 296.1 and 3 Comm. secht traiged
30déacc isin chúili, Trip.² 2807 .a chir i c. ¤ (in a satire, meaning
one who is out of place?), IT iii 91 § 127 (cuiliu: duniu,
Bruchst. 50 ).do bennachad mo ch. ¤ , i 40.36 .bennach a
Dé . . . / cot laim deis in culid sea, 35 .asin chulud(sic),
BColm. 60.15 .oc techt ina culid=ingressa penu, Lat.
35Lives 70.6 .ma fáss c. ¤ , Snedg. u. Mac R. 9 § 8 .a forimel na
cuiled airm a mbi an biadh, Ériu viii 121.y .
Fig. a chuli in chrábuid`storehouse of piety', PH 8329 .a
chuli chrum(to the body), 8222 .
In follg. perh. bedroom :asbert in fer . . . boí a ben fri idna
40inna cuili, LU 10587 .aentech . . . can urscur can imdaigh
ann, acht ma c. ¤ i n-iarcuil don tigh, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i
42.31 . ?nícos-tair socht mo ch. ¤ , Lament 30 . ?bīaidh
imatt na ngalar, / fūicfid ana c. ¤ , ZCP x 50 § 16 (budh fobian
na cuilte,v.l.).

45 cuilebad n f.`aliturgical fan ' (1 cuil+1 bath), Olden, PRIA
1886, 355 f.comparing Lat.muscifugium.culebathgl.
flabellum, Thes. ii 8.33 (Acr.).culebad Coluim Cille, AU i
568.x .maccleirech día muinntir féin dobí fo Chuilebadh
who was in charge of the c. ¤ , ii 118.11 = ALC i 122.z .Minda
50Colaim chille .i. Clog na righ ┐ an Chuilebaidh (Chuillebaigh,
MS.), RC xviii 12.26 (Tig.).conid hi cuilefaid Coluim cille
andiu(of a huge leaf), ix 20 § 17 .

? cuilebair: n c. ¤ caín cororda ina timcell(of a dead boy), Acall.
1217 v.l.=culpait, text.Achad Cuilebarr, BNnÉ 38 § 73 .

55 cuilech adj=colach:nip fuilech nip c. ¤ a lám`frevlerisch', ZCP
xi 84 § 36 .is c. ¤ gl.incestus est, Thes. ii 38.15 .a chrebair
chuilig unclean horsefly(?), Bruchst. 60 .Caïn c. ¤ , SR 1983 .
is c. ¤ bar crabud, Alex. 917 .gním culech, LL 31152 ( TTr.
335 ).drúid c. ¤ pecdach` vile ', PH 1737 .
60Assubst. o,m. sinfulperson:culechgl.profanus, Ml.
16c15 . So alsoinna c. ¤ , 26d1 .cuilich, 28a2 .inchulich ,
30c12 .innaculech , 32a7 .lasnacuilechu , 36d14 .inna
culech , 134d2 .étradach no c. ¤ gl.prostibulum, Sg. 53a19 .
inna col no inna c. ¤ `of the sins or of the sinful', Thes. i 714.10 .
65 in chosnamaig, in chuilig, SR 8338 .

cuilén n o,m.(cú?) IGT Decl. § 35 . Somet. alsoculían.g s n p.
-é(o)in,-íoin,-íuin.v s.andg s.also-én,-ian. Treated as
syntacticalf.in:cuilen mhiadhach, IT iii 72.25 .an culēin
fear-chon . . . gach ēan-ruibe dā raibh uirri, Feis TC 1043
70(referred to byris, 1046 ). ?cnesbruinne in chuilein caemh-
gnimaigi sin, MR 300.3 . Latercoileán.
Pup,whelp,cub;kitten :inna leon mór son lasa mbiat in
chuliuin, Ml. 75b2 .cuilen, Blathm. 209 .cáin cech culēn fó
ṡaidh(prov.), Cáin Ad. 8 .culian .i. c. ¤ .i. cú lénas cách, Thr.
75Ir. Gl. 13 .ní boíd ind imbert moithchulióin sin, LU 5701
(TBC).culén din chúani chétna, 5026 (TBC).cano .i.
cuilen mic tíre, O'Dav. 529 .ro lāmnastar cethri cuilēnu,
Corp. Gen. 196.7 , 8 .aiste in ch. ¤ -sin`the nature of that whelp',
PH 3438 .acuilenu (n p.) (of wolf-cubs), Ériu xvi 83.40 .
80 tescaid a cuilena a bruinn(of a lynx), CCath. 4143 .cuilen
mílcon, MR 14.7 .i ndegaid in cuilein, Grail 2029 .coileán
con, Oss. iii 100.z .cuileáin cuaine cath-leomhain, Keat.
Poems 1046 .mathghamhuin ar ccaill a cuiléan=robbed of
her whelps
, Prov. xvii 12 .cuilengl.catulus, Ir. Gl. 498 .c. ¤
85caitt, LB 164 marg. inf.
As laudatory term of warriors:bruth ┐ barand in chulíuin
se(sc.Etarcomul), TBC 1932 .cuileoin in chaille, LL 1265
(of the Túatha Dé).a meic Medba . . . / a chulian ard
ardenig, TFerbe 445 .a chuiléin ghaiscid, SG 353.11 .
As term of endearment:mu buidhén on bhrudh, / mu c. ¤
5mu cean, RC vi 178.128 .mo ch. ¤ carthach, Ériu xiii 19.24 .
Asn.pr. m.im Cuilen mac Etighen, RC xvii 351.21 (Tig.).