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65 cula(i)d n f.at TD 44.8 (and BCC 328.18 ?) citedinfra. n p.
culatha, Aisl. Tund. 133.z .culadh m., IGT Decl. § 11
(54.5) ,culaidhproscribed form, ibid. (22) , so also'na (sic
leg.) chulaidh do-chuaidh rompa, ex. 360 ,anchulaidh, ex. 361 .
Equipment,gear;attire,suit: Eochu Raithlinne cen droṅgad
70/ cáin culad, Todd Nenn. 258.272 .ar chlū 's ar chulaidh,
O'R. Poems 2005 .eidir chulaidh ┐ deilbh (: bunaidh),
PBocht 11A.27 .ger mhór culad ┐ daoine ambói ann
equipment(?), ALC ii 238.15 (`guards').recless . . . cona
chulaighe (= -aidib) imme hangings(?), Aisl. MC 123.10 .
75 culaigheacha anaithenta iompa, TBC St. 3662 .a threlamh
┐ a culaidh(ofcarpat serda), 2248 .a culaidh fherrda ris,
3862 .ni fhuil culaidh aguinn do caiplibh ina d'feraibh
equipment, BNnÉ 237.30 .gan culaidh a niomchair aicce(of
bodies), 117.11 =vehicula, Plummer MS. notes.na culatha
80le píandís na hanmanna, Aisl. Tund. 133.16 .le daingne na
culaidech . . . do bi uime, BCC 328.18 (g s.?g p.?).desigh
na haltóra ┐ cuir a culaidhecha orra furnishings , 228.23 .
easbaidh culaidh is costtais (: pudhair), Bard. P. 39.17 .dob
í culaidh an treas troch / seangha ┐ tuagh`munition', TD
85 44.8 (see n.).i cculadh, i ccosttus, ┐ in armail, FM vi 2086 .
x. mo chulaigh aifrinn mass vestments, Ériu v 98.2 .culadh
bróin fa Bhanbha Bhriain, DDána 93.31 .ina ndeisedaib
debtha ┐ ina culadaib catha armour , Grail 3318 .sir do
chuladh gcaithmhílidh, DDána 97.33 .culaidh chumha, TSh.
5598 .gach uile chulaid eclaisi church furnishing, BCC 98.12 .
5 culaidh gaisgidh, TBC St. 960 .a cculaidh mheirdrighe=
with the attire of a harlot, Prov. vii 10 .an culaidh tshaírse
`labouring suit', BCC 60.25 .
Note further:Sean mac E. . . . sáoi dhuine uasuil ara
chuladh féin`in his own capacity', ALC i 190.19 . ?is in
10cath for cula coir so`fought in a proper manner', Laws i
176.23. Comm.
Seeculad.

? cúlaid: ind nam iarrair cosin nalaide c. ¤ (rhet.), LU 5500 =
culaid, TBC² 1019 .Cf. cúlad?.

15 ? culaig: v adám áed im chalb c. ¤ (.i. cométsat)`kept ward',
Ériu i 72 § 2 (B. na f.) ( LL 29420 ).

? culaind: ind mo lan culaind cumlachta(rhet.), BB 378b25 .

cúlaird n(cúl+aird) Legalthefour townlands nearestto the
cetharaird (C 159.22):muna facus uathaib no cuccu itir é,
20is cetharaird ┐ culáird do riagailt i leith reis, Laws iii 126.5
Comm. (see n.).isedh is cetharaird ann, na ceithre baile ata
nesa. ┐ isedh is culaird na ceithri baile ada nesa doibside,
O'C. 2379 ( Eg. 88,29(30)c ).masa anntesta in cethar aird ┐
testa in culaird, uile for cethar aird ┐ islán cul aird, 1450
25( H. 3.18,647a ).for testa na ceth[ar]airde . . . for testa na
cul airde, 1973 ( H. 4. 22,16 ).

culaire: n cvlaire .i. cornaire buccinator, Goid. 76 § 105 (Dúil
L.). Forcallaire?

cúláire n[f., TSh. Gloss.] (cf. cúl) nook,recess,corner :beagán
30searbhais sna cúláiribh=in faucibus, TSh. 4916 (`throat,
palate
', Gloss.).i gcúlairibh cumhanga . . . na hEorpa,
Eochairsg. 2.4 .fá chúláiribh a choguais, TSh. 7415 .

cúlán n[o,m.] (cúl) hairofpollworn inIrish fashion :
habentes capita semirasa capillos a retro capitis nutriunt, et
35allongant, et illos culan vocant , Misc. Arch. Soc. 22.26 .cf.
avertere comes in colanum, 23.4 .

cúlánach adj o, ā(cúlán) wearing long hairat thebackin theIrish
fashion . Aspnsobriquet:Aedh buidhe . . ┐ Níall Culanach
O Neill, AU ii 330.12 = ALC i 440.14 = FM iii 384.7 .

40 cularán n o,m.(curar, K. and H. Gloss.) cucumber,etc.: cul-
arangl.hic cucumer, Ir. Gl. 1049 . ciclamen malua.i. an
cularan, 23 K 42,381.1 . ciclamen malum.i. in c. ¤ , RC ix 228 §
17b . virgola fraghinairia.i. lus na cno lena .i. culuran, Arch. i
334 § 36 .daticus agrestis .i. culuran, 336 § 96 . siclami
45 pomiterreaton c. ¤ , 327 § 71 .na cúlaráin ┐ na mealbhucáin=
cucumbers, Num. xi 5 .

? culbod: n sáiter a chulbhodh cáin corcorderg ar urcomair a
gnuisi, TBC p. 367 n. 6 =cheltar, 2586 (see1 celtair).

culbur xseecolúr.

50 ? culchair: ind a ben can chennach co c. ¤ , LL 17167 , untranslated
RC xlvii 309 , 333 .

culebath xseecuilebad.

? culgaib nalsoulgaib group ofseven beasts(?), Plummer MS.
notes (on basis of gloss):lethmiach cach cuilgaib o dam co
55dartaig fri feis, Laws iv 90.19 .i. ar secht na[n]mundaib
a feis diguin feoir ethamain géimreta, 28 - 29 Comm. leth
meich cach ulgaig o dum co dartaidh fri feis, 104.13 Comm.
lethan (sic) cach ulgaib ó dam co dartaig. Ar secht nan-
manna atá sin a feis, O'D. 1563 ( H. 5. 15,3a ).

60 culgaire n(cf. 1 cul) noise,rumbleofchariot :co cuálatar c. ¤
carpait L., LU 3378 ( SC 16 ). 10195 .cul .i. carpatunde est
culgare in c[h]arpuit, Corm. Y 309 . Táin 2855 .c. ¤ na
carpat`roll', CRR 53 .

culicán n(1 cuil?):ar cara's ar c. ¤ `our darling', RC xxix 211 § 2 .

65 cullach n o,m. IGT Decl. § 17 . (a) boar :c. ¤ gl.porcum, Sg.
66b25 .c. ¤ .i. colach .i. ar mēt a chuil, Corm. Y 347 .c. ¤ =a
Boar
, Eg. Gl. 442 .athach . . . ar iarraidh chullaigh, Ériu
xiii 76 § 212 .irricht ín cullaigh allaigh, BB 25b55 .slan . . .
do na reithib ┐ do na cullachaib, Laws v 156.1 Comm.
70 cullaig ┐ tairb ┐ reitheda, 154.y Comm. ag fiadhach . . . ar
cullcaib cuibfiaclacha, ZCP vi 54.7 .
(b) stallion :c. ¤ .i. ech bretnachut estno c. ¤ allmuire .i.
in c. ¤ ech [doberar] tar oll in mara, O'Dav. 501 .indle ech . . .
.i. cullaigh ┐ searraig lara`entire horses', Laws v 404.y Comm.
75 glasch.la Glascoin`grey British stallion', Dinds. 107 .
Occas. of persons:c. ¤ .i. lóech, Eg. 1782,26 cited Meyer
Contribb. 559 .at cru, a cullaig(contemptuously), Ann.
Conn. 1342.3 .Muircheartach .i. an C. ¤ Ua Dubhda, FM ii
952.z .

80 culmaire n io,m.(1 cul). Mainly in glossaries and expld. as
charioteer,builderofchariots :c. ¤ .i. saor dēnma carpait, Corm.
Y 367 . O'Cl. is c. ¤ (.i. is cairptech) bolgadan, LU 8903 ( FB
68 ).c. ¤ .i. cairptheoir, Corm. Y 320 . Lec. Gl. 512 . St. Gl.
292 .c. ¤ gach cairbtheóir, Met. Gl. Eg. 9 .

85 culorn: n cvlorn .i. corn, Goidelica 76 § 104 (Dúil L.)Cf.
cilorn.