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2 cumthach xsee1 comthach.

? cumthacht: n nir deólaid c. ¤ ria claind (: Durthacht), LL
16732 `her children were of no mean aspect, RC xlvii 297.10 .

cumthanas xseecomthanas.

5 cumthus n u, [m.] (commaid, Thurn. Stud. in E. Ir. Law 17 ).
Legal companionship,partnership;mutual advantage,common
property;power(?):comt[h]us cacha lá[na]mna`the joint
economy of every pair
', Coibnes 7 .i. in cumaid uais, n. 6 .
c. ¤ ┐ córus cacha flatha fīre, ZCP xi 95 § 51 .comus ┐ comtus
10┐ comaltar, O'C. 466 ( H. 3.18,245 ).ni dlegait comtus .i.
buith imalle, na comaltar, 486 ( 251 ).comthus righ ┐ aithig
fortha, 1990 ( H. 4. 22,25 ).c. ¤ .i. an tí ro bui a cumaidh uais
agat athair, gurab é a mac bes agat budhein, 2464 ( Eg. 88,
37 (38)d ).ni segur c. ¤ tar cuinneilg mbreithemhan partnership
15is not undertaken except in accordance with a judge's advice
, O'D.
535 ( H. 3. 17,432 ).cis lir lanamna cumtusa comperta do-cuisin
la Feniu?`der Gemeinschaftlichkeit', Stud. in E. Ir. Law 16 § 4 .
do beir socomul a cumtus a comaitreib, Laws ii 360.29 .cach
coimded a cumtus, iii 36.5 .raith comtusa cuindrigh`ein
20`rāith' mit der Macht in Ordnung zu halten
', Bürgschaft 41.19 =
raith cumtusa cuindrigh, O'D. 573 ( H. 3.17,442 ).inge curu
lesaigter a comt[h]us contracts strengthened by being legally
shared
(?), Stud. in E. Ir. Law 19 § 5 .c. ¤ .i. com-maithius,
Mac Fir Bhisigh Gloss. cited O'Don. Suppl.

25 cumtubart(ach) xseecuntabart(ach).

cumtusmi: v na fes cia cu rod c. ¤ for otrach, RC ix 456 n. 2 (rot-
chac,v.l.).Cf. do-fuissim.

cumtúth xseecomthód.

cumung adj u, Thurn. Gramm. § 358 . Also-ang,-ong,-ucc;
30 cumhand(=-nn), Mackinnon Cat. 90.5 (see Wortk. 68 ).
Narrow;constricted;close;compressed,restricted;constrain-
ed: is c. ¤ fuirib-si . . . occa nairitin na forcetalgl.angustiamini
in uisceribus uestrís, Wb. 16a12 .timmthastaib no cumcaib
gl.fixis labris, Sg. 6a17 .drochet cóel ┐ c. ¤ , LU 2155 .chum-
35u[n]c, 2160 . ?hi cocill chumucc anxious(?), 5505 (TBC).
muinchend cumuṅg, 79 .i mbernaid cumaiṅg, Táin 1799 .
cnú chumang chíar, Met. Dinds. iii 144.5 .srotha . . .
cumhga, Lism. Lives 3661 .ger-ua cumgai na doirsi, TTebe
3866 .in dabuch . . . / fairsing ndési, cumang trír, Acall.
40 3926 .cuimge leo doirrsi na catrach, BB 436b8 .c. ¤ . . . sét
na bethad, PH 4002 .co ceimeannaibh cumgae, St. Ercuil
234 .'na gcró-bhuaile chumhaing, TSh. 6696 .Tūadmuma
nach cumang cath`not scanty in battalions', Ériu ii 50 § 2 .
tír nach cumang móin, Ériu iv 228.7 .
45More abstract applications:cumge airberta`close prac-
titioners
' (of women), Tec. Corm. 32.78 .is cumhang an
chumha, Aithd. D. 6.8 .dá cridheise is cumhong, 18.25 .is
rian chumhang . . . / teacht d'ḟulang pian i bpríosún, DDána
37.14 .cumhang le cách a chomhtha`too small', RC xlix
50171 § 19 .an chomhairle chumhang`small-minded', Content.
ii 47 .dream nar cumang ré cliaraibh mean, Duan. Finn ii
378 § 29 .
Compar. is cumga . . .quidim . . . quama inde, Auraic.
3397 .ní is cunga, Is. xxviii 20 . Assuperl. do chleith cró
55as cumnga, IGT Abstr. Nouns ex. 1004 .gach uair . . . is
cumga an ainail`most difficult' (breathing), RC xlix 51.9 .
feibh as cuimge conrangattar as tightly as possible(of fetters),
FM vi 1904.9 .Adv. co c. ¤ gl.anxie, Laud 610,24a cited
Meyer Contribb. 567 .
60Assubst. nepuid hi cumgaibgl.eluctatus omnes angustias,
Ml. 122a11 .tar cumang mo chraois, Ériu iii 148 § 3 .a
breith a cumang sraiti`the narrow part of the street', Laws iii
184.19 Comm. ?gabur raith do c. ¤ ┐ aitire do raith(process
in recovery of a debt) `a competent surety'(?), Laws i 120.2 .
65As river-name:pn Cumuṅg, Táin 3608 .
Compds. With nouns:asin ccumhangcharcair, Hugh
Roe² 264.x .asan ccumhang cuimbreach(sic), 328.21 . With
adj.:lama lenaim. / cumangtholl, IT iii 77.8 .
Seecúac.

70 cumunta n(based on Engl.?):d'uachtaránaibh, ┐ do ch. ¤ na
ríoghachta= commons , Carsw. 75.8 .

cumuscraid xseecummascach.

cuncúr n(Engl. loanwd.):mac R. . . . mic Uilliam c. ¤ `the
Conqueror ' (i.e.of Connaught), ALC i 464.13 .

75 ? cundlau: v .u. seotu comdire cac cnis c. ¤ comairser, Bretha
27 . Readcon-dló(?), Ed. (see notes).

cundoman: n ba di chein achundomhan`his relationship(?)
was from of yore
', Blathm. 98 (see n.).condoman .i. com-
doman .i. comdomnaigthi, Corm. Y 258 .lan saire caich fria
80chunnuimne neiniuchruice ar a nai fadeisin`entertainment',
Laws ii 26.9 . See1 cor 14( Content. xxviii 62 ),cundu,
1 cunnamain.

cundrad n u,m.Later alsoo,m.(*com-di-rath?). Also
con(n)r-.cunnr-.achonnracht , Ó Bruad. ii 192.14 .cun-
85dradh m., IGT Decl. § 49 .cundradh, Verbs § 83 .cunnrath
.i. cuma dorathas .i. rat[h] dessīu ┐ rat[h] anaill, Corm. Y 271 .
(a)(act of)trading,buyingandselling;trade,commerce:
lucht in chundartha=mercatores, PH 5387 .ni comadais
dún diblinib cunnrad na hingine-sea=ista filia major est ad
emendum mihi, et major est ad vendendum tibi, Lat. Lives
5 71.8 .oc cúnnradh ┐ oc cennaigecht a n-indmais, PH 4391 .
cunnradh ┐ cennaigecht, ML² 88 .do dhruim cennaigh,
┐ chonnarta, FM vi 2076.5 . V. freq. withcreicc:itir creic
┐ cunnrad, BB 433a39 .oc creicc ┐ ic cunnrad is-in tempul
( Mark xi 15 ), PH 4503 .gin crec, gin c. ¤ , Anecd. iii 21.4 .
10 gabhaitt . . . for creic ┐ connradh frisin ccách, Hugh Roe²
6.31 . Perh. also in:cunnradh an chuain harbour dues, O'R.
Poems 1739 (see n.).fríoth cunnradh cuain nar ceannghadh,
DDána 48.14 .
(b) bargain,pact,convenant,contract,terms :segait .v.
15ṡéoit cundrathu, Críth Gabl. 275 `are the amount of his
covenants
',n.?conla Conall C. cundrathau nach cundratha,
ZCP xii 362.1 .cach cunnrad cen dichell, Stud. in E. Ir.
Law 19.7 = ZCP xvii 54 § 43 .ni cunnrad cunnrad can
claechmó set, O'C. 334 ( H. 3.18,183 ). ?measam cundrada
20carlinad, Arch. iii 230.153 = ZCP xvii 69 § 7 .do cach iarn
a coir cunnruda according to his proper covenant, Laws ii
378.4 .do tuaslucad c. ¤ (title of tract), v 496 .ba droch
connradh se / ar an triochat nairrggidhe(of betrayal of
Christ), Blathm. 108 .cor da sochonn . . . ro soich a diubairt
25uile, no a c. ¤ for ceithre uaire fichit it can be confirmed, made
binding
(?), O'C. 2391 ( Eg. 88,30 (31)c ).astud cundruda cen
diupairt`keeping a bargain without detriment', Tec. Corm.
8.30 .gan chend cundraid na comairle rempo`with none to
lead or counsel them
', Táin 4850 .bā lethard cundartha`an
30unequal contract
', Aisl. MC 73.28 .go rachadh cechtar aca a
gcois a chonartha would go back on his bargain, Ériu v
172.148 .fuarais éara i n-íoc do chunnraidh fulfilling,
Aithd. D. 31.22 .na (gan,v.l.) chádhas ar chundorthaib,
IGT Decl. ex. 1293 .na connartha sin aga ffoccra . . . in
35gach campa`bargains', FM vi 2078.26 .le hÁirc an Chonn-
rachta, Trompa na bhF. 4712 .cúnnradh, nó cumhnant, Eg.
Gl. 110 .ar cunnrudh d'airighti on one condition, St. Ercuil
681 .ar an ccunnradh sin on that condition, Parrth. Anma
1795 .i gconnra a chairte`in his charter-roll', Ó Bruad. iii
40208.15 .
(c) Concr.huanaib cundradaib cissibgl.transuechendis
mercidibus, Ml. 122a3 .c. ¤ gl.merx, Sg. 68b5 .ro-s-díchuir
co n-a crodaib ┐ co n-a cundarthaib( Mark xi 15 ), PH 4496 .
Compd. With noun:icundrathtiggl.in macello, Wb. 11b19 .