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cuitechta n[iā,f.], in later lang. alson,f.(con+ 1 or2 techt)
g p. chutechtad, LL 31950 ( TTr. 1136 ).cuidechta f., IGT
65Decl. § 8 . company,band,troop,following,retinue;accompa-
niment,companionship,society :in tan tanic c. ¤ Dé ara chend
.i. aingil Dé, LU 633 ( ACC 21 ).ni tuc coimmit na cuidechta
na cumtach, Laud 610,25a , cited Plummer MS notes.oc . . .
marbad na cuitechtai, Trip.² 2614 =transeuntes hospites,
70 Lat. Lives 12 § 9 .co[b] croderci cutechta(rhet.), BDD 69
Appendix (395.3) .tosach na cuidechta arint ṡligid, Mer.
Uil.² 185 .mór mbuiden ┐ c. ¤ tancatar, TTr.² 636 .do íar
cuidechta leis chum a ghabhala(=cohors, Gloss.), Smaointe
B. Chr. 3350 .gur bó cédach ceithernach an chuideachta sin,
75 FM vi 1764.6 .le na chuideachtuin mhóir=company, Ezek.
xvii 17 .ní dechaidh as dia cuidechtain acht Sir G. ┐ Sir G.,
ZCP vi 72.12 .sibh as ceann don chuideachda, IGT Decl.
ex. 856 .c. ¤ shaigdiūir`company', Fl. Earls 96.16 .trī hūi
Baīscni / buadach cuitechta, Corp. Gen. 22.8 ( Ält. Ir.
80Dicht. ii 20.24 ).dofil do óicc ndroichberrtha. duabhair
cuidechta, Ériu xiii 44.20 .cuitechta serb séitchidhe
`partnership', BR² 160.21 .créad fá gcoigealta an corp dúr /
olc i n-úr coideachta chríon`the rotting things with it in the
earth
', Dán Dé xxix 7 .ar son na cuideachtan on account of
85the public
, TSh. 9043 .a chuideachta ┐ a chomhluadar do
sheachna, Párl. na mB. 1781 .an chuidechta chláonus óna
n-aithentaibh=those who decline frō. . . , RSClára 45b .
dorala oen óclach in a cuidechta for an sligid=in comitatu,
Lat. Lives 104 § 101 .annbhur cuideachtain with you,
Atlantis iv 212.2 .maille le grásaibh Dé 'na ccuideachta,
5 Beatha S.F. 1081 .fionnbharr . . . / dá dtiobhram cuideachta,
DDána 70.22 .a ccur i ccuidechta chnesda=that they be
accompanyed with
,etc., RSClára 90b . ? Attrib.g s.:cona
coitreabh cuitechta, BB 259a10 .

cuitechtach adj o, ā(cuitechta):ogam cuidec[h]tach . . . Fianna,
10senada noeim`company O.', Auraic. 6150 .

cúitem n=cúitiugad:nách fēidir d'aoineach . . . cúitiomh ná
comaoine do thabhairt do Dhia(prov.), Párl. na mB. 4
` recompense ' Gloss.

cuiteóc: n cuideoga ┐ ruib do berbad` earthworms ', O'Gr. Cat.
15 190.34 . 191.1 . See Dinn. s.v. caideog .

cuitgernaide xseecuitcherna.

cuithe n io(Lat.puteus)g s. nacuithi , O'C. 1643 ( 23 Q 6,19a ).
n p. cuitedha, Laws iv 222.4 Comm. See Vendryes, Études
Celt. iv 327 - 9 .
20(a) pit :c. ¤ gl.lacunar, Études Celt. xi 130 .c. ¤ .i. cūa ┐ tē,
ut diciturcūad cōi-fid .i. fid cūa co cāe fās and, Corm. Y 338 .
puttea putteo.i. cuthe, 1060 .do chuithiuref. to inferno ,
Ml. 49a27 .cuidi tirmaidi`dry pits', 123d3 .búi c. ¤ isin dún,
LU 9391 .cúithi salaind`saltpits', ZCP xvii 232.21 .slocaidh
25amal chuiche, Ériu iii 6.15 .méit cuthi cach lattrach léig,
LL 29443 ( Four Songs 18 § 3 ).for ur in chuthi, PH 1225 .
a cuithi=fossa, Smaointe B. Chr. 4254 .ar ch. ¤ nó ar chuas
an chroidhe, TSh. 1855 .assin chuithi leoman`den of lions',
Fél. Ep. 500 .a cuthi na leoman(Daniel), SR 7378 .cenn i
30cc. ¤ leomhan(i.e.a risk), Hugh Roe² 286.14 .
Fig. ofhell: isin mor-chute nísel, Lib. Hymn. 101.6 .
a broid an ch. ¤ chríonúrlaigh`the fagot-fringed ancient pit',
Ó Bruad. i 22 § 6 .
(b) pitfall,trapforanimals . See Plummer, Ériu x 117 .
35 a seillacht bir no c. ¤ `looking on at cattle on the brink . . . of
a pit
', Laws i 272.35 Comm. a fochruibh ch. ¤ , ii 58.6 Comm.
ma ruc in fiad leis in cep no in cuichi as a inad`trap', iii
456.14 Comm. ma rucastar in tos in cep no in cuithi les as a
inad, O'C. 1643 ( 23 Q 6,19.a ).da chuichi cuchairi`two traps
40of hunters
', Laws iii 456.17 Comm. on cuithi cuchairi
etechta, O'Don. 1514 (E 3.5, 53a).in ceap, ┐ in c. ¤ , ┐ in
slabradh co pein, O'C. 2384 ( Eg. 88,30a ).
(c) prison,dungeon (see Ir. Recht 77 ):gola .i. c. ¤ ,ut est
fuidir crui ┐ gola .i. o cuithi donesairg, ┐ dom doigh is e sin in
45prisun, O'Dav. 1052 .on ghola, on c. ¤ , Laws iv 246.19 Comm.
o gebind co cuthi ó chuthe co croich, PRIA xix 552.41 ( LL
18645 ).tria . . . carcair ┐ cepp ┐ cuthi, PH 4201 .cuiritt hi
cc. ¤ na ngiall he, BNnÉ 4 § 5 .
(d) well,pool,whirlpool :toichredh a chenn 'sa ch. ¤ `he
50would plunge his head into the well
', ZCP i 66 § 113 .C., hi
lomaind do cum c. ¤ `approaching the pool', FM i 480.13 =
dochum cuithi`zu Grabe', Bruchst. 46 § 103 ;cf. demersus
est in lacu crudeli morte, AU i 358.14 .Coire da Ruad . . . /
is mor bruitheas a ch. ¤ , Anecd. i 12.z ( SCano 403 ).isna
55saebchuthib in die Strudeltiefen, Alex. 680 .eol dam senchas
na sruithe / for trebthas in trén-ch. ¤ `of the mighty whirlpool's
home
', Met. Dinds. iv 82.34 .
(e) Various:dariṅgned a cluchi caíntech. im chuthi grave ,
LL 32601 ( TTr. 1805 ).ar bru mona no chuithi morass(?),
60 Laws v 330.13 .

cuithech x ā,f.=cuithe:cuith[h]echgl.muscipula, Thes. i
1.36 .druimmchlí no c. ¤ gl.laquear, Sg. 54a19 . uenatione
atque aucupioó cuidich, Thes. ii 38.14 . machinam. . . .i. in
mais no in ch. ¤ , Lib. Hymn. i 70.18 `trap', ii 158.6 .is cend
65foluiccter fo dloi .i. cuthech, O'Mulc. 760 .dogní cuthig`he
fashions a pitfall
', Met. Dinds. iv 122.25 .ní indlium for
iascu na eltai . . . gosti na aircéssa na cuithechu, Alex. 863 .
bla c. ¤ sliab, Laws iii 272.4 ( O'Dav. 742 ).eascaire na cuith-
ighi do rig ┐ do thuaith`notice of the pit-fall', i 8 .c. ¤ .i. in
70fiada, O'Dav. 472 ( O'C. 2777 ).dorónsat . . . cuithecha usci
forsind sétt, Trip.² 2196 .'mon chuitig a m-bai in lemnacht
`the pit', Todd Nenn. lxix 24 .tri .i. bo mael don muig / do
blaegan (sic) do a n-aen chuithigh`to be milked by him into
one pit
', 22 = Keat. ii 1770 (=i n-æn clasaid, Dinds. 39 ).
75 co ndentá in chuthech út dó, LL 32605 (`that grave-pit',
TTr. 1810 ).ar chuidachaib báis`against the snares of
death
', Mon. Tall. 131.16 . ?is cuithchi airricc archind bais
coirp ┐ anma`a pitfall to compass the destruction of body and
soul
', Ériu vii 152.16 (so also Binchy in Bieler, Irish Peni-
80tentials 265 ).

? cuitheilm: n c. ¤ o .i. cluas`auris', Goid. 75 ( Dúil L. 26 ).

cuithglind xseecuchtglinde.

cuithiugad n(cuithe?):amail anfot indethbiri im c. ¤ no im
fliuchad tucadh air(sc.fear na nae `boatman'), Laws v
85206.25 Comm. capsizing(?).

cuiti(gi)d v(cuit) (a) shares,partakes(of),participates(in): ind
fir isa crodh rochuitsetar whose stock they had shared, Anecd.
ii 56.z .cruacha croderg cuitecha, LL 386b35 `he shall have
a share in . . . C.
', BR² 166.14 .na r-chuitigset casáit Ísu
`who did not take part in the accusation,etc.', PH 2665 .
5 cuitiged in edpa[i]rt-si`let him take part in this oblation',
Todd Lect. vi 23 § 37 .an do rad Dia dosom nocho chuitibhsa
fris`I will not participate in', RIA Ir. MSS Series i 182.27 .
an dís nár chuidig bhúr nolc libh, ZCP ii 554.5 .
(b) shareswith,givesashare, aparttowith accus.of recipi-
10ent;helps,aids,assists: nī rochutigsead in Coinrūi`did not give
C. a share
', Ériu ii 20 § 3 .oiret rochuidechad Dia ana beath-
aidh hé, cited from Book of Uí Maine, Meyer Contribb. 556 .
dontí romc[h]uitigh, ZCP vii 305.29 .óro chuidighset Cenel
C.`since C.C. assisted in it' (sc.a battle), Hugh Roe² 172.6 .
15 síoth cogaidh cáigh do chuidigh, DDána 40.6 .do chuidigheas
a dhéanamh`assisting him to do it', Donl. 182.15 .
(c) With prepp.nó gur chuidighis mo chuid chatha orum-
sa but that you must interfere in my fight, CF² 1146 .rocuidicus
iga toghail`I took part at its demolition', Aen. 2741 .astad
20caich, Laws iii 14.2 .i. cuitid fess ┐ trebaire do cunnrad na
memor`they afford knowledge . . . for', 9 Comm. (?it imparts,
Plummer MS notes).dia comcumaídh fri cach n-aen dia
cuídigídhsí whom she assists(?), BB 257b17 . YBL 177a24 .
cuidigh don tréad ar ndol díod, DDána 3.29 .na ccuidigh-
25míd do phecthaibh cháich ele=by which we participate of,
RSClára 157a .do chuitcetar frim fa hsecht / do chuitchesa
a coimaitecht, Anecd. ii 71.8 .ro cuitig L. . . . la Coin C.
supported C.C., TBC St. 2360 .do cuidigh gach áon aca le
na chomharsoin=helped, Is. xli 6 .cuidēbhaid (for cuidégh-
30aid, Gloss.) . . . / Builtēraigh lé a fheidhm d'fhéaghain,
Butler Poems 1957 .
Vn. cuitiugad.