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cautmai xseecaut.

1 cé adjin phr.(in) bith c. ¤ thisworld . In a few exx. alsocía(with
domun). Perh. orig. onthisside,here, cf. a dó seacht ndeich
ar mhíle / o ghein Críost c. ¤ co rímhe, FM ii 902 ;diminaig
5snechta coild ch. ¤ `the snow has smoothed the wood here', RC
xi 131.47 .Cf.also n. loc. (gen.)Cluana C. ¤ , LL 22465 . See
cenand Thurn. Gramm. § 827 ; Ériu v 144 .ceu grecceus
.i.nubs, undebith c. ¤ qui incerta(i)mobilis est , O'C. 143
( H. 3. 18,80 ).in bith c. ¤ .i. in bith cenntarach, Stowe Gl.
10 437 .díbad bethad c. ¤ `of the present life', Thes. ii 332.3 (Hy.
v).for bruig betha ce, SR 1886 (bethad, MS).serc bethu
c. ¤ , Fianaig. 16.24 .do chuaidh don b. cetna che departed
this first world
, BB 59a4 .sirechtach dál in b. c. ¤ ,
Ériu v 211.5 .
15With prec. prep.:o genair mac deodha Dé / for bith c. ¤
hi colla crí in this world, FM ii 616 .ar ór ná ar shéd ar bith
c. ¤ / ná tréicse do chomairce at all, any(?), SG 107.16 .fon
mbith c. ¤ throughout the world, FM ii 530 .i m-bith chee, Im.
Brain 58 .
20With other nouns:talamh ce (: dē), Blathm. 65 .fíad
Chríst in domain chía, Ériu vi 116.5 = ZCP vii 309.1 .ní
bérat buidne a mbuadha / do shluaga domon cia, SG 88.9 .
ar toirbeirt dílghadha / don domnán c[h]é, ZCP viii 202.20 .
an chruinne ch. ¤ , DDána 31.4 .
25Note also:an c. ¤ theworld , Ó Bruad. iii 58.13 .físi an ch. ¤ ,
ii 46.5 . ?LaochDomnall . . . craeb ch. ¤ na lí luath (: Dé),
Caithr. Thoirdh. 18.26 .cuirem d'ár naimdeoin uaine / cumha
Donnchaid dercuaine; / léig flaith c. ¤ ar sechmall mar sin /
sechnam go maith é ar éigin, 44.20 .`c. ¤ ' talamh, Met. Gl.
30 20 § 64 , 26 § 29 .c. ¤ .i. talamh, O'Cl.

2 cé xseecía.

cech xseecach.

cechar n f., occas. ask-stem, buta d s.usually-air. quagmire,
slough,bog, in a few exx. alsomud,dirt: palus.i. cechor
35(cethor,cetor, MSS), Thes. ii 48.9 .cechair .i. cec[h]air a
huachtar ┐ uisce a hichtar etc., O'Dav. 514 .cia rosgni
iarcechraig gleo (: dechraig), SR 7878 , where inf. pron.
appar. refers tocech ṅduil, 7869 ; `chaos', Plummer MS
notes, but possiblyd s f.ofcechrach.d'aithle an chluidh is
40na ceachrach, Laud 615,106 (cited from Meyer Contribb.).
conid corastar dar droichtiu ind liss isin cechair, Ir. Texts
i 33 § 3 . Asn. loc. o Clúain dá acra isin Cechair, Gorm.
Sept. 21 n.1 . Listed (freq. with coin) as a hazard of cattle:
ní ro briathar la cach ín ala ar coin ┐ ceachair ┐ ceathras
45`quagmires', Laws iv 100.7 .imain fo chechair`puddle', v
138.12 .Cf. a samlaidh re coin no re cechair(of an insult),
O'C. 1846 ( 23 Q 6,50b ).cobair cethrae ar choin ┐ cechair,
Harl. 5280,38a (cited Met. Gl.).cobair bó hi c. ¤ (permitted
on Sunday), Ériu ii 210.1 (cechair, LB 204b19 ).acht donesairtis
50for chona ┐ cheachair(of herds), Hugh Roe² 56.22 .
`ceachoir' ionann í is lathach, Met. Gl. 26 § 28 .ceachair
.i. lathach, O'Cl. luid cona asaib lana do chechair,
Ériu v 28.24 .don otrach ┐ don chechair ier niochtar, Hugh Roe²
326.25 .

55 cecharda adj(cechar):ceachardha .i. salach, O'Cl. nipsa grenach
cechardha, Anecd. ii 60.8 (where meaning of grenach
uncertain). Note also:níor fríth ceachartha i gceannaraic
óla`he never is stingy at revels', Ó Bruad. ii 224.9 .

cechlad n(cf. claidid):ceachladh .i. ciorrbhadh, O'Cl. P. O'C.

60 ? cechlaigi: ind noca nfuil co romra rían / noca chian nach
cechlaighi, Acall. 4569 v.l.(gaethlaigi, text).

? cechra: ind cesloma clama c. ¤ / nirsat bailce bloingecha, Lism.
L. 4561 .

cechrach adj(cechar) muddy :esc .i. feith usci cechraig etc.,
65 O'Mulc. 433 .Cf.also SR 7878 citeds. cechar.

cechrad vn.ofcechraid:cip aided admbéla banscāl . . . etir
. . . chombach ┐ ch. ¤ ┐ athcumba`perishing in a quagmire',
Cáin Ad. 42 .mana thainic marbadh is .u. seoit ina cechradh
┐ ina salcha(of a cow)getting it stuck fast in a quagmire(?),
70 O'C. 1711 ( 23 Q 6,16b ).a sir-ch. ¤ `a muddy death for them',
Met. Dinds. iii 416.36 .Act ofmuddying,splashing :ar
daighin a fliucha, no a cechartha`splashing them' (i.e.
passengers), Laws iii 212.4 Comm. on bla ethar imarchur,
208.6 ..u. seoit smacht cecharra na rot no fiach maigne
75 for muddying the roads(?), O'C. 618 ( H. 3. 18,299 ).a smacht
cecharra an roit, 619 ( H. 3. 18,299 ).cuic seoit smacht
ceacharrdha na rob no fiach maighne en ruip . . . smacht
cecharrdha, 1455 ( H. 3. 18,648b ).iar na cechraghudh do
chethraib, BLism. 163ra21 .

80 cechraid v(cechar) muddies,splashes :sal nocha cheachraidh
mo chlí, Dán Dé xxvii 25 .Vn. cechrad.

cechróir n(caraid):a banchechroir na himriosno=amatrix
(see Gloss.), Aisl. Tund. 95.12 =banrecaire, 122.12 .

cecht n=aiccecht:dognidh tri cechta gach láe la B., go
85tuccad gradha fair took three lessons from B., BNnÉ 16.11
v.l.(haicechta,text).Cf. cept.