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75 cuthchaire n[io,m.] us. translated trapper,hunter :īasciri
cuthguiri etarpuigi, Ériu xix 83 § 16 .écis is cudchaire / ┐
mná glana gribda, LU 2882 ( BB 249a6 ).Coba cu[th]chaire
Eirimon . . . Is e cétna ro indlestar . . . cuithigh`pitfall-
maker
', Dinds. 93 (cf. cuithe).feiss drūadh feiss cerda feiss
80cuthchoire, ZCP vi 258.20 .dibfergaig ┐ fodlaidi ┐ cudcaire,
xiii 260.8 .ba cerd is ba c. ¤ `trapper', Met. Dinds. iv 122.4 .
muinnter d' Eiremhon caem Cobha / cudc[h]airi do mill
caeb cian, Ériu x 81 § 48 .in cuchaire thechta; ni thic chuici
acht in fiad gairmeas, Laws iii 456.19 Comm. meracht a
85cuchaire, 23 Comm.
Perh. with meaning ofcuchtairein:ba cuchtaire (c. ¤ ,
v.l.) ar chuanaib`kitchener', Met. Dinds. iii 298.17 .cuth-
gaire Gainn ┐ Sengaind, LL 22234 ( SG ii 478.22 ).fo dáig
feraind cuthgaire ┐ deogbaire, 22236 ( 25 ).brechta druad ┐
arad ┐ c. ¤ ┐ deogbaire, 1059 .cornaire ┐ cuthbaire, 3746 .

5 cuthchath: n atchonnarc and Amairgin artruad ro lassair ass a
ch. ¤ cath(rhet.), LL 13453 .Cf. cud?

cutlaigis xseecon-clich.

cutmaide adj io, iā(cutaim) falling,decadent :sen roil cudmaide
a fallen ancient oak(a boundary mark), Laws iv 142.21
10Comm. Cf. neph-ch ¤ .,N 30.67.

cutrum xsee2 cutrummae.

cutrummacht n[ā,f.] =1 cutrummae:dambia cudrumacht eli
annceteris paribus , Reg. San. 26.5 .da mbia cudrumacht
ria isna neithibh eli, 3 .fa cudrumacht an ceime sin, RC
15 xlix 24 § 5 .

1 cutrummae n(com+trummae)equalweightoramount;
equivalent;evenness, goodproportion(s): c. ¤ neich forodamair
som leu`the same measure as he had suffered', Ml. 54b28 .
robūi a c[h]utromae allæ anair, Corm. Y 883 (75.w) .aithghin
20.i. cutruma, Ériu xiii 55 § 23 .cutruma aithgina equivalent
of restitution
, Laws i 224.18 .ro bui in bith i cutruma`at
an equality
', 40.14 .cutrumu na maine, ii 214.16 Comm.
fo cutruma`equally', 326.11 .cúig séoid bhíd i ccuttruma
risin seúd, Ériu xiii 49.18 .trī bainne . . . i cudraime mheidi
25┐ ṡoluis equal in size and brightness, ZCP xiii 181.4 .nochon
accasa riam a chutrumma the like, Fraech 47 .do-rōine
cuttroma crōdhachta fris who has equalled him in valour, ZCP
xiv 262.2 .cutrume grainde na sinaibi . . . do creidhem the
slightest shred of belief
, RC xlvi 227.3 .din chutrumma chinad
30 of any sin, LU 2094 ( FA 16 ).in cutrumma techid út ra
bertus-sa fair`that flight I put him to', Táin 2505 .in cutruma
sin do ḟerond`so much land', Ériu iv 124.5 .pennaitt a
ccuttruma=proportionable pennance, RSClára 132b .
With follg. rel. clause:in cutraime ro gealladh duit the
35amount
, RC xliii 76.12 .in cutruma ro caithed, Laws ii
30.1 Comm. cuttroma frisar farccbadh and`so much',
Hugh Roe² 336.22 .
With numerals:tri chutrumma . . . / eter firmimint is
grein three times the distance(?), SR 121 .ind lám dess
40imorro immarobrad for sudi corrici a dá c. ¤ twice as much (as
the other
), LU 7995 =dí chutramai, BDD² 1531 .deich
cutruma in domain, MacCarthy 38.2 .ragellsat a cethri
cutrumma fein do .i. a cutrumma do ór ┐ do argut etc., LL
30856 ( TTr. 38 ).ro bádar na Lochlannaigh trí chuttroma ris
45na Danuroibh outnumbered the D. three times, TFrag. 122.14 .
Of personal appearance:eter méit ┐ chórae ┐ ch. ¤ good
proportions
, LU 7473 ( BDD 102 ).ra derscaig din tṡluag . . .
etir . . . chaíme ┐ cutrumma, LL 31104 ( TTr. 287 ).

2 cutrummae adj io, iā(`c. ¤ . . . fromtromm. . . is obviously modelled
50oncummae equal', Thurn. Gramm. 220 . Perh. orig. attrib.
and predic. use ofg s.of1 c.).cautraime, RC xliii 16.18 .
cutrum(back-formation), Laws ii 214.20 .
Equalinweightorsize;equivalent,equal;even,well-
proportioned: bés nibatchutrummi huiligl.unusquisque
55proprium habet donum, Wb. 9d27 .ráth chosmail chutrumma,
LL 3869 ..iii. sreatha cutrumai, ZCP viii 103.27 .gach dá
gradh cudruma, Ériu xiii 30.26 .mo raind chæma chutrumma
balanced, Met. Dinds. iii 76.136 .calath comnart
cutruma`level', Aisl. MC 85.23 .triar cudruma commora`of
60like weight and size
', Grail 3789 .da orduin cudruma, St.
Ercuil 886 .da chathraig cudruma na nGrec`equal in
importance
', TTebe 1588 .is cudruma comroindit in ferond,
Laws v 144.9 Comm. mad cutruma beith in da linn, Rosa
Ang. 228.5 .do cheathra druimne . . . / . . . cuibhdhe cod-
65roma (:donna)(of cross), DDána 65.6 .comrac cotrum[a],
ML² 1540 .ní cudrom ar ccomhaltus . . . anósa, RC xi
323.23 =cuttrama, TBC 3841 .is cudroma a gcoingheall=
aequa utriusque conditio, TSh. 3871 .cutruma comthroma
. . . dōip they were of exactly equal size, Fl. Earls 164.25 .
70 cudrama .i. iomlán, comhthrom, O'Cl.
WithFRI:digal c. ¤ frissinpeccad, Ml. 54c2 .combad c. ¤
frisinseirc rocar Crist inneclaisgl.tantum, 65d5 .amal
nibimmis cutrummi frib, Wb. 17b16 .tír bes chutrumma
fri[t] tír, Fing. R. 574 .ba cudruma re core mor é`as large
75as a big cauldron
', RC xviii 183.25 . Note also:co m-[b]ad
cutruma do hi(Eve of Adam), MacCarthy 48.13 . With
ocus:is cutrumme . . . fit sathairn ┐ fit domnaich, Mon.
Tall. 156.13 nír bhó cudroma a ainm . . . ┐ ainm an tí las
a ttorchair, FM v 1700.7 .
80Of personal appearance:taul . . . chóir chutrummae
well-proportioned, LU 7198 ( BDD 87 ).gnūis chōir corcra
chutromæ, TBC² 3243 .a dá malaig chóiri chutrumae even,
BDD² 853 .fer cóir cutrumma, Táin 4424 . Pejoratively:
at cróna cutrumma, LU 8364 ( FB 24 ).do togh se daine
85cudruma(of Christ), Smaointe B. Chr. 1517 `garbh, mí-
bhéasach', Gloss.as feasach sinne . . . gur don chineadh
chodruma an t-óglaoch sin, PCT 198 `rustic', E. O'Rahilly
274.17 .Adv. co cudruma, CCath. 3211 .co cutrama,
BNnÉ 321.15 .
Assubst. da chomais sind . . . da ch. ¤ co comairsom two
5 equals , LU 6013 (TBC).
Compd.:cethrochair cutrom-slesta a sudigud, Rawl.
74b2 . Seecomthrom.