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cuing n f. g s.andn p. cuinge,cunga.g s. cuingeadh, PBocht
24.7 .g p. cuinge, LU 9190 .d p. cungaib, LU 5505 .c. ¤ coing
55 f., IGT Decl. § 14 .
Yoke :c. ¤ .i. ōn c[h]ongbāil dobir for na damhaib, Corm. Y
333 . ?coing .i. comching, Corm. 12 .tucad c. ¤ for muinélaib
dam, LU 10819 .dagere cuinge sesrige a yoke(d team) of six,
7213 . ?ech óenchuiṅg, LL 14007 .cunga na ndam, TTr.²
60 1488 .c. ¤ ┐ cechta, Laws v 484.14 Comm. fo chend inna
cuṅga, LL 14008 .c. ¤ argit etarru(of magic birds), LU
10574 .pistal cuínge cuírre cruime cruinde, IT iii 101.14 .
leth a chuṅga fo brágit(of Líath Macha), LL 14004 .ar
ammus cuṅgi carpait C., Táin 1027 .c. ¤ immechtairsee
65 I 139.60.c. ¤ úarmedóinseeU 38.63 ff.
Extended applications:c. ¤ umai darsa forlés frame(?),
Fraech 72 .a c. ¤ meidhe beam of balance, Corm. Y 274 .ac. ¤
amedaibh siuil sirthe, IT iii 85.6 .congbhadh go comhthrom
a ch. ¤ `he should keep his scale even', Content. xiv 64 .c. ¤
70leth-remor 'na leth-leirg ridge(of hill), Met. Dinds. ii 46.10 .
c. ¤ a spuir(i.e.curved portion ?), IGT Decl. ex. 307 .an
ceathramhadh c. ¤ (step in a ladder), Aithd.D. 62.24 .
Of (one of) apairofopponents,etc.: ba comnart cuiṅg dar
Herind áin / comrac in Guill is Gotáin`equal match', Met.
75Dinds. iv 54.155 .níor fhás a haithghin eile / . . . na (leg.
ná) c. ¤ chuimse her fitting equal(?), A. Ó Dálaigh xv 12 .
níor mheadh Murchadh dho mar ch. ¤ , Content. xviii 142 .
?iasacht coirbthe cuinge na mbréagchúmthach`clique', Ó
Bruad. ii 6.1 .
80 Fig. burden,duty,sway,discipline;behaviour :gan coing
uirre acht an t-ard-ḟlaith (: roinn), Met. Dinds. iv 286.60 .
do scar re c[ui]ng saegalda . . . ┐ do-choidh isna man[c]haib,
Grail 4199 .an ch. ¤ do-chóidh oram-sa, DDána 6.30 .bím
fa ch. ¤ a ccomuirghe`under the bond of their protection',
85 O'Hara 2518 .ní gebaid c. ¤ act a cath will accept no yoke
except one imposed by battle
, BCC 22.18 .dom ch. ¤ -se`duty',
Content. viii 27 .do ghabh mar ch. ¤ uirre féin caora . . . do
thabhairt obligation, Keat. iii 628 .biodhbhaidh cuinge
Críosd(of sins), Aithd. D. 52.6 .lán do thoibhéim do c. ¤
chlaoin perverse ways(?), A. Ó Dálaigh xix 8 .bean nach
5cleasach c. ¤ , O'Hara 3433 .atá mo ch. ¤ milis ┐ mh'ualach
éudtrom, Rial. S.F. 765 .cruas gach cuinge discipline ,
Desid. p. 14 n. gabhaim do chosg ar mo ch. ¤ I undertake to
punish you
, Content. xxvii 11 .ar [an] ch. ¤ bhenduighthe=
holy Obseruance, RSClára 95b . In chev.:calma in chuiṅg,
10 LL 22016 .ard a ch. ¤ , Aithd. D. 7.35 .
With (attrib.) gen.:fa ch. ¤ altrannais uasail, DDána 66.11 .
c. ¤ chatha Caisil`burden', Caithr. CC 22 .do bí c. ¤ in catha ar
Maccon the brunt of the battle, Caithr. Thoirdh. 115.23 .a
chos chuinge catha, DDána 79.27 . Of a person:c. ¤ (in)
15chatha champion, LL 1276 .curata in ch. ¤ , Rawl. 107a39 .
Cf. c. ¤ cruaidh, BB 405a45 .c. ¤ chrábaid (chreitim,etc.)
religious life,observance :fear congmála cuinge crábuid do
Chríst, Ériu ii 82.11 .do ghabh c. ¤ chrábhaidh entered religious
life
, TSh. 352 .fa chuing creidimh, DDána 32.36 .hi
20ccuincc cléircechta, FM ii 1048.14 .c. ¤ phósda, Párl. na mB.
1696 .fá ch. ¤ umhlachta, TSh. 2282 .
In phr.fo ch. ¤ subject, insubmission :fa ch. ¤ don bhanóigh
do bhaoi, PBocht 13.35 .is mithigh ar gcar fa ch. ¤ , Dán Dé
xxiii 32 .do chuir . . . / an chóir fa ch. ¤ , Aithd. D. 82. 23 .
25 dul fa a ch. ¤ to submit to him, DDána 59.5 . Note also:fa cuir
ch. ¤ ar cónsabla, IGT Decl. ex. 93 .

cuingedaig n g s.(cf. 3 cuingid):fád chru a comlann cuingedaig
in a champion's contest(?), Hy Fiachr. 292.8 .

cuingelach n o,m.(cuing) yoke,plough-traces :damh allaidh . . .
30gonuicce an cuing-elach (leg.c. ¤ ), ZCP x 4.11 v.l. chuig
cuingealuigh do dhamhuibh, Lk. xiv 19 .treabhadh chuin-
gealach damh, 1 Sam. xiv 14 .Fig. cungalach na Hégipte,
Ezek. xxx 18 .

1 cuingid n i(see Thurn. Gramm. 450 )vn.ofcon-dïeig. Also
35 cuinchid,cuindchid.a s. cuinged, Celtica iv 24.312 .g s.
-eda;cuingthi, LU 6128 .cuinghidh f., IGT Decl. § 42 .
Latercuinge,coinge.
Act ofasking,requesting,seeking;request :doch. ¤ timpne
naile, Wb. 4d24 .bid c. ¤ roch. ¤ `it will be a great question', 8a7
40(see n.).nibu arch. ¤ forsétgl.in occassione auaritiae, 24d7 .
24b24 . 27c24 .archuinged (leg.-id ?) soinmige do`through
his seeking prosperity
', Ml. 39a6 . 56b15 . 56c15 .imchuind-
chid innananae nerchradachgl.circa superuacua occupatur,
59d3 . 102c5 .oc cuinchid, 120d5 . 124b3 . 125d12 .do
45cuingidh in tairrngerthai`to find the prophesied one', Blathm.
15 .do chuinchid bo, Vita Br. 25 .oc cuinchid a lleicthe
issa tech, LU 6965 (BDD).día rofaided chuinchid which he
was sent to seek
, TTr.² 60 .oc cuindgid na féle, Fél. Prol.
329 .do chuincid neich, Mon. Tall. 128.10 .a cungid inna
50flatha, LL 37579 .coingi comna, Laws i 266.y .eter rígu ┐
chaemu ocum chuindchid wooing me, BDD² 53 .cuinghidh
.i. iarraidh, O'Cl.
Usually withcoof source fromwhich athingissought:
niarch. ¤ tuare cucuibsi, Wb. 24b14 .cen ch. ¤ neich conech,
55 26b25 .oc c. ¤ digi chucu, LU 4029 (SC).oc cuinchid fhur-
tachta cus-in oeṅ-dia, PH 6658 . With other prepp.:do
chuincid . . . eolais forru, PH 3462 .sgel feinnid do chuin-
gidh ar gach n-aigidh, RC vi 174.22 .dia chuinghe fair
techt, BNnÉ 320.13 .do cuinge indlighidh re aili, O'D.
60 126 ( H. 3. 17,105 ).duch. ¤ hicce hua Dia, Ml. 98c1 .aithesc . . .
cungeda neich ó neoch`speech of a person making a request,'
Táin 930 .do chuinchid a n-ádmolta o dóinib, PH 4695 .
Attrib. gen.:francaig fognama / fine chuindgeda importun-
ate
(?), Bruchst. 36 ( IT iii 91 § 128 ).saint sirchuindcheda
65`an ever craving lust', TTebe 793 .ben chuindchedaseeben.

2 cuingid xseecon-dïeig.

3 cuingid n i,m.(cuing) alsocuinnid, latercuinge.cuingidh
m., IGT Decl. § 52 . champion,warrior,hero (orig. in phrases,
see below):a ch. ¤ , a Conchobair, RC xxiv 282 § 25 .lasin
70cingid .i. lasin cuindid, Fél.² cxl § 13 (3) .cóiciur cuinged,
Gorm. May 23 .in cuiṅgid comlonnach crúaidh, Fianaig.
78.10 .ar toirnem chuingida choimfedma, TTebe 1098 .
Crīst ar cuinnid, ZCP iii 18.27 .cuingidhi na Roma, CCath.
5775 .ar fiannaibh Fail ba cuingidh, BB 47b22 .for cuingidh
75na sluagh(of Apostle Philip), Ériu iii 194 § 7 .an marusccal
┐ cuingedha an tsloigh`officers', FM vi 2060.24 . Of bird:an
tén ba cuingidh dibh, BNnÉ 298 § 42 .
With attrib. gen. :ar chuṅgidib calma catha, LL 32172
( TTr. 1361 ).cúinge catha`prop of battle', Ó Bruad. i 146.12 .
80 a chend catha. ┐ a chungid coṅgbála, LL 32782 ( TTr. 1994 ).
in c. ¤ comlainn, CCath. 2969 .lainfear gradha ┐ c. ¤ comairle,
6049 .co cunnid corgais .i. coilech circe sustainer of Lent,
Aisl. MC 99.22 .
Asn. pr. C[u ?]ingid a Cruaich Oigli, Dinds. 78 .

85 cuingidecht n[ā,f.] (cuingid) championship :c. ¤ cacha cath-
laithrech, MR 150.1 .