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canntal n(?cf.Lat.contrarius):ar an uile . . . chúram ┐ ch. ¤ an
tsaoghail si`cura et sollicitudine', Rial. S. F. 1548 .

canntlach adj(canntal):tréan-fhear mear groidhe . . . / ná raibh
gallda c. ¤ d'aon-toisc` morose ', E. O'Rahilly 64.52 .mo chumha
5ch. ¤ , Oss. iv 168.z .

canntlam n m.(cf. canntal) sorrow,displeasure :créad an
cantlamh=moeror, TSh. 6408 .canntlamh tré shonas gach
fir`sorrow at others' bliss', Ó Bruad. i 4.15 .mórán d'adhbhar
canntluibh ┐ gearáin, Párl. na mB. 462 .Pádraig an chant-
10laimh, Oss. iii 256.21 .

cano xsee1 cana.

canóin n f.(Lat.canon)g s. canóine later also canóna. See Thurn.
Gramm. 186 , 574 .cánóin,canóin f., IGT § 42 .
(a) canonofScripture;canonical text,book,Bible :cánóin,
15ar is cāin inn udcain, Corm. Y 393 .inna dligeda inna canone
fetarlaice`of the Old Testament', Ml. 35b16 .is ed insin namma
di chanoin forsa trachta áqui fructus , 46c14 .in senchas
canóne the Scripture story, Ml. 52 .resin chanoin hisiu,
57a12 .debe canone, 60c5 .for canoin Simmaig, 85b8 .sain-
20chanoin lesom ani-siu, 85a1 .in canoin, 90c23 .c. ¤ cen trachtad,
132c6 .di gnúsib inna canóine, Hib. Min. 22. 21 - 22 .niba
hegna . . . nad coir coiccerta canoin, Ériu xiii 31.13 .lēgais
canōin la German, Thes. ii 321.12 (Hy. ii).dofuctais recht is
canoin(of Levites), SR 4524 .mairg brisses cath can chóri
25/ ar marcachaib canoni, LL 19236 `those bearing the message
of the canonical scriptures
', Celtica vii 32 .do fir in bherla
bain .i. ina canoine, Laws i 18.10 Comm. iar bfogluim . . .
canone petarlaice ┐ nuifiadnaisse, Lism. L. 3449 .aifrionn,
léxa is canóna (: nóna), BNnÉ 279 § 264 .M. Maigister hi
30Canoin . . . do ecc, Ann. Conn. 1249.14 ( FM iii 332.1 ).beig-
seadh ag cách san ch. ¤ , DDána 57.1 .
In phrases:ac cantain na canóine coimdheta the Lord's
Scripture
, Acall. 58 .no chúimnigitís c. ¤ in choimdhed(of
sons of Aaron), LB 122a5 .in tsai canoine, Laws v 102.10
35Comm. (seesuí). In n.pr.Fothad canone, Ann. Inisf. 124.6
(818 A.D.).
(b)Ofnon-Biblical sacredortraditional texts: más fhíor
don ch. ¤ (of Church history), Aithd. D. 49.27 .amail adeir
Ipocras is in canon saQuibus est , RC xlix 7 § 3 .is mór an
40dearmad d'eolchaibh Banbha / fós nach facamar c. ¤ ris,
Ó Bruad. i 200.z .C. ¤ Phátraic the Book of Armagh:tré sháruc-
chadh canóine patraicc, FM iii 48. 6 (see n.ib.).iar ttabhairt
na tteora scríne, ┐ chánóine Patraig dhóibh im dilsi dhó,
102.12 . ?Cf. fa glanchanoin fo gala / tic Parrthalōn mac
45Seara, Lec. 276 va2 ( BB 28a54 ).
(c) canon, canonlaw :ata lex ┐ canoin da dhearbhadh civil
and canon law
, O'C. 2307 ( Eg. 88,23(24)b ).a fir in rechta,
┐ a dliged canoine, Laws v 8.16 Comm. cesta canoine, O'D.
2213 (Nero A vii, 147a).seanchus mor . . . ai carmna ┐ ai
50chanon . . . ┐ canoin ainm na randa sin ar med a fís ┐ a
roscadh, BB 17a51 .san cheathramhadh c. ¤ de Chanónachaibh
na nAbstal Apostolic Constitutions, Eochairsg. 20.2 .amhail
adeir an canoin:qui occasionem damni dat(sic leg.)etc., O'C.
1762 ( 23 Q 6,35b ).riaghlacha ┐ canoin aithridheacha, Luc.
55Fid. 3604 .

canón n(Engl. loanword):canōn riaghalta`regular cannon ',
Fl. Earls 66.32 .na canóin riaghalta gusin ordanāss mōr,
48.16 .

canónach xseecanánach.

60 canonsásion pp(Engl. loanword):dorōnadh canonsāsion ar bhan-
naoimh uassail`wascanonised ', Fl. Earls 184.15 . 98.2 .

canónta adj(canóin). Alsocánónta,canónda. canonical,conse-
crated;proper :glanadh c. ¤ gl.purgatio canonica, O'D. 581 ( H
3.17,445 ).ecclas . . . cetaruillech cánonta, BNnÉ 235 § 157 .
65 na briathra caide canonta sin, Laud 610 fo. 7b cited Plummer
MS. notes.dá chéid-Eipistil ch. ¤ , TSh. 805 .lé togha chánónta,
RSClára 96a . Of persons:an cúpla cáidh canónda (: nóna)
consecrated, Aithd. D. 75.13 .cuana colann-blaith canonda,
ZCP i 123.13 .ridiri caidh canonda, Grail 3175 . See also
70 cléirech,clíar. Other applications:san dligheadh chánóndha,
Mac Aingil 5751 .seachd n-úaire cánonta, Rial. S.F. 398 .
See2 úar.trátha cánónta, Beatha S. F. 1031 .Adv.:go
dleistionach cánónta, RSClára 2a .dá chomharbaibh thiocfas
asteach go c. ¤ , Rial. S. F. 1346 .

75 ? cansi: ind c. ¤ ñ (?) onme cor fri cor, ZCP v 487 § 15 (B. na f.).
?Leg. can sinn . . .

canta forms ofvn.ofcanaid:i néccmais . . . aosa c. ¤ , ceileabraidh
┐ caomh-oiffici chanters , BNnÉ 235.11 .fear a g-c. do rona
ar an bh-Féinn`who used to bestow their songs', Oss. iv 52.22 .

80 ? cantad xsee Études Celt. xi 113 .

cantaicc n f.(Lat.canticum). Note alson pl. m. indchantaici ,
Mon. Tall. 140.26 .canntoic, Snedgus u. Mac R. 11.12 .
canticle :is cantaic for salmaib(of Fél.), Fél. Ep. 190 .co
. . . salmaib ┐ cantaicib, Trip.² 2997 .ro chansat . . . ceol
85combind . . . ┐ c. ¤ cainḟoclaig, LB 118b38 .co paitrib ┐ cantac-
cib, Aisl. MC 13.12 .ro-chansat immund ┐ c. ¤ logmair, PH
2156 .co cantaiccibh spiratalta, BNnÉ 95.5 .go moladh ┐
cainticibh nvaide, Aisl. Tund. 113.29 .an chainticc ghlórmhar
do-rōnsad . . . an énlaith, Beatha S.F. 2482 .cantaici ceoil-
binni melodious canticles, Grail 4374 .
5Of theSong of Songs:Ecclesiastes ┐ C. ¤ na Cantaicci, PH
3978 - 9 .in ch. ¤ Solomon, Hib. Min. 26.26 .ceangal na
heaglaisi ┐ gacha hanma Criosduidhe ciallaigther san chantic
sin, Rule of Tall. 29 . Of other specific canticles:in chantaic
co n-gléri gal/Audite caeli, Hib. Min. 46.1 .ag sir-radh na
10biaide ┐ chantaige Muire(of Magnificat), Rule of Tall. 32 .
ag rádh na cantaice Benedicite, Celtica i 211.75 .cántaic na
glóri diada(Gloria in Excelsis), PH 4787 .
Cf. cainntice na psalm, Mac Aingil 4294 `chanting(?)', Gloss.