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1 cuirid vrepl. earlierfo-ceird,do-cuirethar. ?Cf.arch.
cuirithir (. . . bedc), Ériu xxii 42 § 9 (-er, MS), see also
xvii 93 (4 c) . IGT Verbs § 83 .
65(a) With direct obj.:mór do chathaib . . . ro chuir O.
waged , LU 4393 .cuirit a ndergár, LL 38715 .in n-úair
nochuired . . . / in bíast buidech a brocc-lomm vomits , Met.
Dinds. iii 428.29 .bid loch . . . / curfes co tromm trén-
ṡaithe`that shall overthrow', 456.72 .cor cuiread graifne in
70aenaich leo`the fair-races were run', Ériu ii 178.22 .c. ¤ gáir,
Airne F. 289 .cuirit . . . inn ēgis mórchuairt Hērenn, Arch.
iii 3.25 .nocha cuirfither hé`he . . . shall not be overthrown',
BColm. 94.26 .ro cuireth a n-or ┐ a n-airged, ZCP xxx 157.
35 =rotus loitt im a n-ór, Alex. 1091 .galar . . . trias ro
75chuir a ḟolt lost his hair, FM ii 906.1 . ?ri ruc ingrein cuires
cách, SR 7241 .cuirit a scis and`put away', RC ix 22 § 22 .
no co curtur é`till it is buried', Rosa Ang. 256.z .is gach
instrúim ceóil cuirthear is played, Timth. vi 38 § 19 .nach
do réir oghuim do shíor chuirthear comhardadh rhyme is
80not always in accordance with spelling
, IGT Introd. 3.1 .
cionnus do chuirios ┐ do chaitheas a bhfuarus to what use
I put
etc., Mac Aingil 574 .
Invites :rocuired don cormaim hé, RC xiv 242.19 .con[id]
si adaig and sin ro curthea a mathair a athair . . . do thig
85ríg a thúate, LU 6730 (BDD).cuir h'oireacht ┐ aguill iat
(proscribed,cuiredhnot having allowable personal forms),
IGT Verbs ex. 793 . ?ni he rochuir iat`he had not sent for
them
', Ann. Conn. 1225.14 .
Sows;plants :cuiream ar síol, Dán Dé xvi 4 .curid ┐
benaid arbhar fa dó sa bliadain, Maund. 270 .a dhuine
5chuirios an crann, Ériu viii 195.1 .an tiubhar do chuir
Pátraic, FM ii 1146.4 .
Causes, hasdone :ar na cuirend dogres catha na cogadh do
denum, Aen. 2752 .nīcoirset cesa / cen lessa a n-anma
sufferings have not prevented them from caring their souls(?),
10 ZCP viii 110.27 .'nar cuiris mo mac do dighbhail orum
`caused my son to be taken from me', Fier. 99 .na cuir gall-
trompa dha sheinm romhat, Matth. vi 2 .Cf. cuir-se ar
múnadh, DDána 11.25 .do chuir / a fhuath caused him to be
hated
, Aithd. D. 10.6 .
15(b) In a variety of idioms with prepp. WithA(S):ro
curthea gai a Herind re lind spears were banished, LL 888 .
c. ¤ . . . Adam a Partus, MacCarthy 58.9 .an ghairbh-
iachtach . . . ch. ¤ asta emit, TSh. 6705 .
Withco:ra curit techta chucu, MU² 850 .cuiridh in rí
20coblach . . . co C.B., Arch. iii 309.5 .comad é fear a inaid no
cuirfidhe co ríg Caisil ar tús`who would be summoned', Ériu
xvi 66.87 .dochuiredar chuci diblinaib`attacked him', Ann.
Conn. 1405.15 .cuirimsi cucaib, a breitheamna . . . I submit
to you
, O'D. 1700 ( H. 2.12,No. 8, 1 ).
25WithDI:ro chuir a mertnigi . . . de put off, LU 3617 (SC).
?no cureb-sa dít, Fing. R. 87 .ramchursetsa . . . / do chirt
Banba deprived me, LL 19233 .d'éis gach chuir dar cuireadh
dhí, Aithd. D. 28.11 .gur chuir . . . allus fola dhe, TSh.
6747 .cuirid súil diseesúil.DO:guidhe dá chóir ní chuirfe
30 will not make supplication to Him(of Christ in Judgement),
DDána 27.11 . ?béim air nocha nḟuigheadh sí / dá ccuireadh
an ḟail d'Éinrí, IGT Decl. ex. 689 .do cuir do gorta iat
starved them, Maund. 78 .
WithDOCHUM:da curtái docum laburtha . . . le healadnaibh
35saera`which were caused to speak', Maund. 252 .gur chuirsead
chum báis . . . íad, Desid. 3538 .
WithFO:cuireas faoi milleadh na mbracchadh`induced
him
', Hy Maine 11.28 .fir nar chuir fan ríghe ribh`who have
not contended
', O'Hara 2374 .nó gur chuirsead . . . / fúth-
40aibh`made conquests', TD 26.21 .cuirfe se faoibh an uile=
suggeret vobis omnia, Luc. Fid. 5531 .go gcuire grádh
féile faoi`till he has made up his mind to do some deed of
generosity
', Aithd. D. 31.39 .
WithFOR: ?coro cuired Emuin M. forsna sluagaib, LL 13776 .
45 docuir Sir Gyi tri cluithci aran sdibard(of chess)defeated,
ZCP vi 54.22 .cuiris tiomargadh ┐ tionól ar maithibh
Grécc mustered , Leb. Gab. 80.16 .gurab ar Moling chuires an
seinleabhar iad ascribes , Anecd. ii 24.y .cuirim ort a fīad-
naise call you to witness, ZCP x 42.3 .an cuairt / . . . charit
50(sic) ar Sulcuaid the visit they make to S., Cog. 98.36 .cuirim
si fort . . . scaradh fris, BNnÉ 5.29 .docuiredur . . . a cert
┐ a cōir ar comlunn disi they staked, ZCP vi 96.15 .do chuir
ar [mh]í-chéill mise, A. Ó Dálaigh xxiii 2 .do chuiredh
deichneabhar ar coitcheann S.`were quartered on', ZCP x
5518.12 .cuirigh na croinn si foraibh cast lots among you,
BNnÉ 7.17 .ben nár chuir eól ar an éra to whom refusal was
a stranger
, Bard. P. 40.92 .gur chúir S. . . . fios ar óglaoch
sent for, TSh. 9095 .docuredh orum . . . gurb é do-reic-si re
luing cennaigh doronus I was charged, ZCP vi 101.21 .as
60lugaide rocuirfed form do thecht uaim would grieve me, Aen.
808 .air nī cuirenn does not disturb it, BColm. 68.2 .cuirid
ar an aígen, KMMisc. 322 § 7.1 =tiagaid arin muir, 315 .
WithFRI:ro cuirsiod friu`attacked them', TFrag. 236.15 .
cid sochaide . . . dia náimtib docuiread fri huaithed do
65chlaind Israél were sent against, Celtica iv 40.595 .meic
(mac ?) ríogh nach cuirthear re chéimibh`unequalled', O'Hara
2865 .cuir rem dhíon undertake my protection, O'Gr. Cat.
411.19 .go gcuiridh cúl ris na coiribh TSh. 7983 .
WithIMM:co curend téora imsrotha im claiss a chúlaid,
70 LU 6543 .
WithI N-:cuirim a mbreth(of counsel's opinion), O'C.
2120 ( H. 4. 22,82 ).do chuirsiot D. anég . . . da fichet céd
killed , Cog. 112.9 .cionnus chuirthear focuil shínidh ghirr a
síneadh mheadhónach is changed into, IGT Introd. § 1 (1.22.)
75 cuir thinntinn sa numla, Ériu v 136 § 103 .dá gcuireadh
neach i n-iongantas orm should anyone think it strange in me,
Keat. i 90.3 .ro-chuir naemhu Erenn uile hi socht, ZCP x
410.7 .cuirit a gceist ┐ a n-ingantus`they were very much
troubled
', Fl. Earls 34.24 .gibé . . . chuirfes conntabhairt
80ionnta, O'Hussey TC 224.1 .
WithLA:cuiris ferann manach . . . le Cnoc . . . M. added,
Anecd. iii 7.6 .mar do chuir lé ar leithéid-ne`as He applied
it
', Dán Dé vi 25 .dá gcuirdís `fallsa' leis(of title of book), Mac
Aingil 86 .ós liom chuirfeas since he will take my part, Ó
85Bruad. iii 208.5 .do chuir . . deire léna cómhrádh, Párl.
na mB. 404 .
Withó:do-chuiris o adrad ídal hi you have banished the
worship of idols therefrom
(a city), PH 778 .an turcar cuires
uadha an boaire dhí sin`the cast which the boaire chief makes
with this
', Laws iv 226.11 Comm. muir derg cuiris imat leag
5loghmur . . . úaithi deposits, RC xxiv 373.23 .ó chradh
cuirfidhir, O'R. Poems 173 `will be separated from wealth',
Gloss.chuireas iad ó bheith infheadhma which prevent them
from being of any use
, TSh. 7243 .
WithRÉ N-:cid dam-sa na curfind mo chomlund a
10chetóir romum why should I not at once engage in battle? CRR
25 .ro cuirseat a comlunn rompo re n-ég were determined to
fight to the death
(?), CCath. 2788 .an tan chuireas roimhe
díoghaltas do dhéanamh, TSh. 5421 .dána an chúis do
chuir roimhe, Bard. P. 2.3 .
15WithTAR:no co cuirem in bliadhain-si thoruind till this year
is over
, Fianaig. 68.20 .ra chuir súil darin cétna mbraini
cast an eye over, LL 34941 (MU).cuireadh thoram feirg
Dé, Celtica iv 166 § 256 .
(c) With adverbs and adv. phrases:curus an curach
20amach, Ériu iii 164 § 18 .níor chuir mé / amach uaim breith
an chluiche`did not set forth', Content. xiv 55 .guidhim
Muire ogh / nacham-cuire ar cul, KMMisc. 319.9 .cuir
ass ma connicci dispel (it) (viz.snow), Trip.² 562 .is mó
do cuirthí do mheamhair leis na macaibh fóghluma é would
25be memorized
, Keat. i 90.9 .gur chuir d'fhiachaibh air
compelled him, Desid. 5316 .cuirfid se in cride druim tar
ais, PH 7797 .cuir do chomhrádh ar athlá, Dánta Gr.
39.2 .do cuir fa aithne orra dul is in oilen, BCC 239 .ro
chuirseat for nemhthní na F.`set nothing by the F.', FM ii
301172.20 .niro cuirsit a mbridh an ni sin ignored that, Grail
3308 .rocursed na curaid a cenn a chele`the warriors
attacked each other
', Ériu viii 36.8 .an síodh cuirthior 'n-a
chéile which is restored, O'Hara 1279 .cuir a gcrích ar chan
an fáidhsin cause to come true, Sc.G.St. iv 142 § 21 .go
35gcuireann cuid éigin . . . i bhfeidhm, TSh. 2222 .má chuiré a
ngníomh iad, Desid. 3219 .chuiris a lochda . . . ós áird, Mac
Aingil 3351 .cuireadh sin sios go mor do Chriosd=fit
iniuria Christo, Luc. Fid. 3640 .cuir . . . súasuin sinn`lift
me up
', Bard. P. 6. 5 .cuirim suas don ghrádh I forsake
40(despair of?), Dánta Gr. 90.2 .ni chuireann . . . an
Cailbhineach suas don Luitearanach, Luc. Fid. 2889 .
cuiridh . . . a tigh súas=buildeth her house, Prov. xiv 1 .
cuirfit darcend naforcetla will upset, Thr. Hom. 70.7 .
ro-chuir cend dar cend ┐ druimm dar ais miassa . . ., PH 4392 .
45 cuir trit a ceile mix (them) together, Rosa Ang. 212.20 .
Vn. 1 cor.cuired.Part. cuirthe.Vbl. of necess. cuirthi.