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ceta-, cita-, ciata-

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adv. pref. with verbs in rel. clauses first, in the first place (cf. cét-, cétnae): ní sní cetiddeirgni we were not the first to do it, Ml. 124b3 . is he céetne fer cetaruchreti . . . hi crist, Wb. 7b11 . apstil didiu cetathuidchetar issacum- tach, 21c5 . ishé ceturupridach dúib, 26c4 . H. ┐ É. cetegabsat Irlúachar la Corc, ZCP viii 305.26 . A. . . . cetarānic failgi im dóiti invented, 302.29 . ? Crist cetarét iathu, LL 14199 . is inti cetarucadsi, LU 2248 ( FA 31 ). is dó cetaronasced bórama Lagen, RC xvi 419.4 . ní hé in bith cetabói `this is not the world that was once', Hail Brigit 21 . drecht d'écsib ceta bátar, Met. Dinds. iii 104.9 . ní hé apstal citarogab intestiminso, Ml. 38c3 . intan citaroichet, 44b4 . citid tucat gl. qui primi . . . sunt, 125d4 . intan ad citaacæ, Tur. 60 (see note in Thes. and Thurn. Gramm. 248 ). friscita comrici, BCr. 33d11 . citaruoirtned, Thes. ii 241.15 (Ardm.). cita- conagab, Rawl. 122b3 . it hé cíaturuchreitset diib, Wb. 14a29 . conid C. ciado-escomrair, Laws v 348.5 . ciatarochlan[n]sat, ZCP viii 313.18 . cíatacomraicfe frit, LU 5663 ( TBC² 1186 ).

ceta-bí

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ceta-bí or dil.ie/8870

Forms: cetabiinn, citambé, citambénn, citambetis, cétfaid, cétfanugud

v ( ceta + subst. vb.) feels, perceives : nech cetabi o menmain . . . cumscugud, Ériu vii 168 § 14 . citabiat . . . in chnamai in fochaid gl. sentire, Ml. 22d7 . citabiat chlúasa gl. sensibilem aurium, Sg. 3a1 . cetabiinn gl. sapiebam, Wb. 12c8 . citambé gl. sapere, Ml. 36b1 . adascia citabé gl. persen- tiat, 68d15 . citambénn, 44c15 . citambetis, 29c13 . lase cita robasa `when I felt', 44b22 . aga catha cet a mba mescbaid (spoken by head of a dead warrior), Corm. Y 1018 (88.18).

Later forms: in gilla . . . anno cetfanad (see Thurn. Gramm. 480 ), Trip.² 163 = sentiens, Lat. Lives 48 . Forms based on vn.: gor ob ead ro cetfaigestair chuige `imagined', MR 178.12 . ro cetfaidestair, 254.23 . tibis ┐ cetfaidis C. a gean . . . gáire `burst into a . . . fit of laughter', 294.5 .

Vn. cétfaid, cétfanugud.