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80 cuntar n[o,m.] (by-form ofcuntabartinfl. by Engl. counter?):
an cunntar chuirid orra féin the risk they run, Mac Aingil
4974 .ná túirling ar chúntaraibh amadánta don't resort to
foolish chances
, Ó Bruad. iii 38.3 .gnáth cunntar im chionnsa
`I am sore perplexed', i 74.7 .ciodh cúntar buinscionn riom a
85gcluinim`perplexing, upsetting', 86.13 .an c. ¤ ┐ an cunradh
condition, Dhá Sg. Art. 697 .mar do-chualaidh sé an c. ¤ sin
na tineadh dā dhēanamh ag Froinsias proposition (of test by
fire
), Beatha S.F. 2600 .ní lucht déanta cúntair corma /
Búrcaigh Bhanbha(i.e.are not ungenerous with?), DDána
111.39 .

5 cuntas n o,m.(ANcuntes, Risk § 30) (ac)count,reckoning,
computation: is ecen go medaighter na cundais, BCC 2.20 .
léighionn caguidh is cunntois`training in warfare and
computation
', Bard. P. 1.4 .ar chionn an chonntais when all
is said and done
, DDána 53.15 .inn en-nuimir chontais,
10 Leb. Gab. 4.16 ( Ms. Mat. 557.12 ) `in the number of the
count
', Keat. i 88.16 .an leabhar cunntuis atá idir thú féin
┐ Dia, Mac Aingil 566 .lá cúndais Sléibe Sióin day of reckon-
ing
, Maguires of F. 63.54 .oibliogāid nó cundas ag Día air,
Rial. S.F. 117 .do theilgean chúntais an chosduis=counteth
15the cost
, Luke xiv 28 .déanam cunntus a Chathail`a reckon-
ing', TD 14.1 .gan conndus do dhéunamh ríu=not imputing
their trespasses unto them
, 2 Cor. v 19 .conntus a tréda do
thabhairt, RSClára 10b .tabhair cúntas do ghabháltais=
redde rationem villicationis tuae, TSh. 796 .conntas iomlán
20do thabhairt ina ndéanmaoid to account fully for, Desid. 810 .

cup n name ofpartof amill: milaire, c. ¤ comla, Laws i 124.19 .
c. ¤ . . . .i. iars ani cupus in tarbur uaithi in cloch uachtair,
140.21 Comm. Cf. cupa?

cupa n m.Us. withdent.infl. inpl.(Mid. Engl.cuppe, Bidrag
25 122 , ANcupe, Risk § 116).c. ¤ , IGT Metr. Faults. § 147
(always ends in -a). cup,goblet :tuarascbháil a cuach . . . ┐
a cupad, Acall. 755 .a cuirn ┐ a cupada, 1772 .c. ¤ (n p.)┐
cailice óir, Aisl. Tund. 112. 22 .eilte i gc. ¤ fhíthe, Aithd. D.
9.8 .gan fíon d'ibhe a haonch. ¤ (: Suca), DDána 84.17 (for
30 cúpa, 119.34 and Magauran 8 leg. c. ¤ , see Celtica iii 177 ).
ná cupadha, náid míasa, RSClára 108a .a ccupaibh, Párl.
na mB. 3262 .cuib .i. c. ¤ , O'Cl.
Compd.ar chuachaibh ┐ ar chuiplestraib, Fianaig. 64.3 .
Seecoba,cuip(e).

35 cupach adj o, ā(cupa):finnteagh . . . / . . . cōrnach c. ¤ having
cups , Butler Poems 1828 .don lios c. ¤ `wherein were many
goblets
', Éigse xiv 100 § 38 .

cupán xseecoppán.

? cupanacht n(cupa?):is marba[d] don enech in c. ¤ , O'Dav.
40 490 `compulsory drinking?' Meyer Contribb. 569 .

1 cupar xseecaubar.

2 cupar xseecopur.

cupard n o,m.(Engl. loanword) cupboard :a buird, a cuilte,
a cupaird(of castle), TD 5.6 .seomra ná cófra ná c. ¤ (cupaird,
45 v.l.), Ó Bruad. ii 190.4 .stór cing Philib ┐ a chuid c. ¤ , iii
70.3 .

cúpla n m.(Engl. or Romance loanword). Us. withdentalinfl.
inpl. couple,pair :lucht an bheatha ché an c. ¤ (a mother and
child), DDána 37.22 ( IGT Decl. ex. 908 ).na sé ch. ¤ (of
50apostles), 34.12 .trí ch. ¤ dho chaiplibh, IGT Decl. ex. 39 .
cuingir . . . cupla, Eg. Gl. 148 .cūpla . . . sārc[h]loinne / rucc
si twins, ZCP xiii 18.15 .croinn 'n-a gcúplaibh in pairs,
DDána 111.22 . In sense ofafew, acouple(of): c. ¤ uair gach
lá, Mac Aingil 1778 .c. ¤ bráthar, Beatha S.F. 2615 .cūpla do
55chaillechoip, Fl. Earls 144.21 .
In other senses of Engl. couple :sreath gcúpladh gcorcra
couplings(of roof of castle), DDána 119.33 .a fhosdadha ┐ a
chupladha, Celtica ii 125.174 .ó da ṡín c. ¤ ar [c]comuind the
bonds of our affection
, Ériu iv 220 § 32 . Of versification:c. ¤
60do na ceithre féarsa fichead`couplet', O'Gr. Cat. 296.14 .

cúplach adj o, ā(cúpla):fer c. ¤ `two men in one', KMMisc. 248.3 .
Of buildings:ar dhún gc. ¤ craoibhe Liag`coupled fortress',
TD 11.13 .bruidhean ch. ¤ , DDána 116.4 .ar in cathraigh coir
cúplaidh, BCC 398.26 .sailghe a cúirte cúpluighe`domed
65court
', Ériu v 60.z .

cúplaidech xseeculpatach.

cupus xseecáepaid.

1 cur xseecaur.

2 cur xsee1 cor.

70 cúra xseecáera.

1 curach n o,m.(Lat.curūca, Vendryes De Hib. Vocab.)c. ¤ m.,
IGT § 17 (71.x) coracle,skiff,boat :c. ¤ gl.hic phaselus, Ir. Gl.
488 .caurach (c. ¤ ,v.ll.), Corp. Gen. 284.7 .digrais cauraidh . . .
is é lín dochóid isin curach, BNnÉ 97.23 .fon churuch, LU
75 3097 .ro gabsat na curaig tír, 6922 ( BDD 54 ).ro thocaibset
. . . na seolu forsna curchu, 6919 - 20 ( BDD 53 ).sithidir loí
churaig, 5639 .gabuis port curuch C.C., Mon. Tall. 154.13 .
saer ler long . . . ┐ c. ¤ ┐ lestra, Laws v 104.1 .i. im a mbit
seichedha, 4 Comm. ?lucht na curaidhe(sic), MacCarthy
80 314.15 .c. ¤ fri ailm(in `boat-ogam'), Auraic. 6135 .a bárca
┐ a churaig croma, Airne F. 248 .fri c. ¤ flesc fann, AU i 92.17 .
i gcuirr curuigh in the prow of a boat, O'R. Poems 2554 .
Other applications:Candida cain c. ¤ , Fél. Dec. 1 hence (?)
c. ¤ .i. corp, O'Cl. līnfat cruma do c[h]., ZCP vi 265 § 25 .
85 foxladh do chud re c. ¤ .i. delu[ghu]dh cinn re coloinn, v 488
§ 5 (B. na f.).c. ¤ a chléib`the frame of the beast's chest', Met.
Dinds. iii 102.21 .Of set ofteeth: a c. ¤ fíacal 'moa cenn
(`tooth-fence'), Ériu iv 100.14 .a c. ¤ fiacal fría cenn anechtair
(`spears of teeth'), Cóir Anm. 70 (318.z) .Ofmopofhair: c. ¤
fuilt cais, Ériu xi 193.2 .an c. ¤ fuilt cais duib ro bí fair,
5 Acall. 6636 v.l.