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ceilid vOnindic. pres. 1 s.*cilu, *-ci[u]l(-cill, Arch. iii 296.37 ,
cil, Fél.² lxi 7 ) see Bergin, Ériu xi 137 . Forā-subj.,ē-fut.,
t-pret.,pret.pass.-clethsee Thurn. Gramm. 380 , 404 , 422 ,
439 .Part. cleithe,Vbl. of necess. cleithi,Vn. ceilemain,ceilt,
70 celad,cleth. IGT Verbs § 34 .
Hides,conceals (ar,for from).
(a) Of objects:nudachelatgl.latentes, Ml. 54c9 .nuda-chéiltis
cliatha (do.), 61a2 .nichelt [in] macc sochuide a multitude
did not hide the son
(?), Thes. ii 291.11 .ō Chríst nād cétla
75celar`who is not concealed in song', 352.1 .ro cleth cruth
shapes have been obliterated(i.e.by snow in winter), LU 859 .
rocleith Nia ben Lugnao indala coic lie do Corbmac, ZCP
viii 103.3 (B. na f.).gid í Meadhb do célta a clú, IGT
Verbs ex. 333 .créd fa cceilfinn ar mo rí[gh] / a bhfuarus
80uadha do mhaoín? KMMisc. 368.9 .coro ceilti iatha . . . in
talman foraib, Grail 2810 .
(b)Offacts,statements,information,etc. :dia celmis
Crist do ergi o marbaib if we concealed the fact that, LB
224a16 .celid . . . diabul in fers=male . . . interpretatus est
85diabolus, PH 4842 .do ceileadh fios ara bh-faidhibh ann sin,
ML 74.3 .docheltatar tra a muinter ar P. aní etc., Lat. Lives
56.9 .go gceilfeadh gach ní do nochtfadh seisean . . . dí
that she would keep secret, Keat. ii 5276 .
(c) V. freq. in neg.does notconcealthe fact that, afact ;
hence by litotes admits,allows,concedes;states,declares :ní
5ceilsom tra asné crist inlie, Wb. 4d16 (ref. tosicut scriptum
est).nicheil cid dabídgl.et Dauid dicit, 5b5 .nichélat
indécnaide, / leir adfiadat . . ., SR 8181 .ni cheil in banḟaith
Fedelm says so, LU 4585 .ní chélam as banchomarle that is
obviously womanish advice
, 4636 .ní chéltar orut ón I shall
10tell you that
, TBFr. 324 .níchelam inráithe dothét foir .i.
samrad, ZCP viii 175.29 .ní cheil mé ar máthair an Dúilimh
`I say plainly to', Dán Dé xix 20 .
(d) Hence in chevilles:lúad nad cél I shall declare it plainly,
Thes. ii 290.7 .ni-n-ceil(sic leg.), SR 7443 `est ist uns nicht
15verborgen
', Wortk. 129 (950.y) .na ceil, LL 15393 .ni chelar,
BNnÉ 314 § 8 .
(e) withholds,hoards,stints;suppresses,destroys :do ceiled
athair ar a mac, LL 270a8 .ceilter in comrād-sin acu ōsin
amach`thenceforth they ceased from. . .', Fianaig. 64.1 .ní
20chéala a chrodh will not stint, Magauran 4165 .ar a gceiltear
fala whom none can hate, DDána 102.42 .cadad le ceiltear
séimhiughadh an fhocuil bhíos na dhíaigh(as in bean trom
etc.)is cancelled, IGT Introd. § 50 .ro ceilid uisceda an tire
forro, Grail 1434 .is é an gníomh soin . . . / cheileas a shéan,
25 TSh. 5461 `destroys', Gloss.
(f) With prepp. other thanar,for:ni celt ceis ceol de cruit
Crabtene, LU 622 `concealed not music', RC xx 167 ( ACC 20 ),
cf. Corp. Gen. 18.25 , Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 9 § 1 , Fing. R. 384 .
nā ceil dam-sa in fírindi, BColm. 100.19 .fá cheann ní
30céaltair a n-iocht, Dán Dé xxvii 7 .
(g) The following are unclear:nī chēl a dōe ar Loge, Corp.
Gen. 404.27 `his arm doth not fail L.', RC xvi 70 ( Dinds. 118 ).
M. celas clú, LL 6384 ( MS. Mat. 480 ) = 380b33 .aro cheil
cách corp an rígh`since the body of the king was hidden from
35all
', FM ii 898.7 .M. cheileas mná, Magauran 287 (`who
entertains
'? notes).

céilide n io(céile).m., IGT Decl. § 1 . visit, act ofvisiting :
céilidhe .i. muinnterus no cuaird, IT ii2255.26 .corran
célide libsi`on a visit', Wb. 7a17 .celideetbuith cendenum
40neichref. tocircuire domus, 29a4 .acht do dichisiu . . . /
do chelidhiu chugomsae`on a visit to me', Blathm. 148 .
co mbuí for célidi occo, LU 1548 (MU).is maith . . . limm
célide libsi, TBFr. 149 .aes celide visitors, Alex. 935 .co
héill fir célide .i. cuirm, Aisl. MC 99.21 . ?ní théid do chlú
45ar céilidhe, O'R. Poems 146 .re linn a chéilidhe id chlí,
Dán Dé xv 15 .do choidh fecht for ceilidhe chuga, Hugh
Roe² 16.16 .Céilidhe Iosgaide Léithe(a tale), Celtica iii 232 .
In relig. contexts implying a fault or undesirable behaviour:
dar ndrut ōn chēilidi clāen, Arch. iii 237 § 19 . One of the
50fifteen tokens of a bad woman, ZCP viii 113.23 . (remedies
against lust)imgabail mesca miscais célithe, Ériu vii 138.24
( ZCP iii 25.29 ). Note also:trí airisena boccachta:sírch.
etc., Triads 102 .

céilidech adj(céilide):ná bud sgēlach cēilidhech given to visiting
55(rule for the devout), ZCP vii 311 § 9 . ?conustarla do
Meidb ┐ do Thindi combo ceiligech iar cein mair na diaid
(céledach,v.l.) `a visitor(?)', Ériu ii 178.11 .

? céillech n(cíall) =céillid(e):coimsech cech ceilech, Tec.
Corm. 26.z v.l.(céillid, text).an cethrar cobhsaidh c. ¤
60coccúsach, BNnÉ 200 § 36 . Seecélech.

céillid(e),cíallaid(e) adj(cíall).bean chiallaidh, IGT Decl. § 136 .
(a)relating tosenseormeaning :coibnes ciallaide na
liachtan-sa`connexion of sense', PH 4406 . 7837 . Prob. also
in:for cech innsge iter ciallaide no neamciallaide, Auraic.
65 3032 . Text doubtful in:do reir ro ciallaide na mbreth,
Laws iv 36.17 Comm.
(b) sensible,intelligent,reasonable :A. . . . / in craebh confada
cēillidh(ceallaig. MS. :ḟēnnigh), ZCP viii 226 § 17 .labra
ciallaidhe etymol. gl.oncelebrad, Ériu xvii 68.10 (
70 Laws iv 210 ). So also Laws v 178.23 Comm. tart na ccuradh nīor
chēillidh (: Éibhir) was beyond reason, O'R. Poems 874 .
glár céillidhe, DDána 109.2 .ciallaidh (: fiallaigh), 108.13 .
Mac Ceithearnoigh cialloidhe, Top. Poems² 604 .an cheathar-
dhúil chialluighe` wise-formed ', A. Ó Dálaigh xlviii 30 .ann
75gach chás chéillidh`in every reasonable case', Content. v 10 .
macaemh ceillidhe comhfhossaidh, FM v 1822.18 .bídh mo
chomhrādh fírinneach . . . cēillidh, Parrth. Anma 6391 .fa
chúis chert chéllidhe`reasonable cause', RSClára 87a .
Compar. nícon festor . . . / banscál badid cíallaidiu, Liad.
80and Cuir. 16.8 .
Assubst. don uile cheillidhe, Luc. Fid. 3425 (=adultus,
Gloss.). ?gráin gach éinḟir iar n-a éag / céillidh ba cáir dá
choimhéad`'twere wisdom to remember', Aithd. D. 80.23 .

céilsine n iā,f.(céile) statusof acéile,relationshipof acéile to a
85 flaith. `clientship ', Críth Gabl. Gloss. `Genossentum', Thurn.
ZCP xiv 336 . See Zimmer KZ xxx 37 ff. Somet. confused
withgéilsine,q.v. cach ngrád asid n-ísliu bíid dó i céilsini,
Críth Gabl. 374 .noco rig is raiti rís mani rabat geill aice re
comallad a rige no a ceillsine, Laws iv 50.27 Comm. secht
celsine, v 218.1 Comm. in celsine indlighthech slán cach
5fogail do géntar aca dichur ┐ lán fiach in cach foghail do
géntar acá urail. In celsine dligthech [ ] cach fogail
. . . ised is celsine indligthech ann daerrath do gabháil ó flaith
budéin, no saerrath no daerrath do gabáil ó flaith echtrann,
O'Don. 1606 (H 5.15. 11b).ro bo bithdilsi na ceilsine re
10saoghal na comarba do grés, 572 ( H. 3. 17,442 ).giallu mic i
mbru a mháthar .i. ceillsine do geallu ón mac bís a mbroind a
mháthar, 2072 ( Rawl. B 487,57 ).
As qual.gen.of servicesetc.resulting fromc. ¤ :fledh
doenda .i. biad ceilsine, O'Dav. 954 .in coindiull célsine ┐
15in cuirm célsini ┐ is trít táinic cumne na cellsini dóibh tres
in cainnill daicsin, O'Don. 913 ( H. 3. 17,652 ).cor celsine
`a contract of service', O'Gr. Cat. 98.11 .mad esbadach ni do
fleid ceilsine flatha cetgiallna, Laws i 126.28 Comm. (in concr.
sense here, Plummer MS. notes).gnimraidh ceilsine, O'C. 378
20( H. 3. 18,214 ).Cf. riaghail uca ceilsineetymol. glossingcain
aicillne, Laws i 48.x Comm.
In non-legal contexts:cach febh tecomhnacht an ri / do
iudibh ara chelsini in return for being in clientship to Him,
Blathm. 106 .tǣt im chēllsinesa let him enter my service,
25 TBC² 1107 =gelsini sea . . . celsine óctigernd, LU 5590 .
sin duit a Domnaill ┐ nius c. ¤ `and 'tis no (voluntary) service'
(scribal note), O'Gr. Cat. 110.30 .