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(gl. promissionum saltim fidem manentem captiuitatem esse laxandam). dundlar (gl. solo). intserchoiliud (gl. in effectum).

39r. int ithlair (gl. areae, gen. s.). cossecarthi (gl. dicati).

38r. sainredach (gl. peculiari). tairngire flatho diachlaindsom 7 a tindnacul ade hision intsainriud it has insin indatairngire (gl. geminfs ergo promisis in sufragium, liberationis utitur). nochis ule tir tairngeri on (gl. quum elegit dominus Sion perelegit eam in habitationem sibi). dundarchogacht (gl. uenationi). ishe infer so rogab chrine oc techt imbethil .i. hsec requies rl. bidfir sem olsesom is aunt biasa ineilithri collae messa (gl. hsec requies mea in sseculum secu[lorum] promisisti in quit quod in hae domu tibi requies multi temporis i.e. habitatio in longum esset futura).

37r. fiadachlassanda[la]lin 7 tir frecur ceill lassin lin naile (gl. ut uenationibus studiosi capiendarum ferarum utrique ergo captiuis diuerso labore utuntur cibis). inglennat .i. ithid each dib biad alaili (gl. uestigant: ambo escas indagine operossa uestigant). cen

nach neilled (gl. absque ullo interpull ?leg. ulla interpola

tione ?) intudidin .i. intoissigecht (gl. ductum). roboi chocad etir deichthriub7dethriub corricisin(gl. decim et dua3tribusante captiuitatem semper inimicse erant). nocairdnigthea (gl. fo[e]deratae sunt). ointad inpopuil son (gl. felicitatis euentum). bed cuimrechti (gl. ad stringendam).

36r. oldaas nermitnigthi feid (gl. quam consecratione). as nephatdanaigthe intimthrecht hisin (gl. ne inremuneratum putarent gratiarum actionis officium). doratad fornanaimdea (gl. pro ultione

their being saved (soerthar seems an infin. passive,) from the tribulations." foirbthe now foirfe as dolbthe (fictus) now dolfe.

38r. tairngire &c. "a prophecy of the kingdom to his children and its bestowal in Sion especially: those are the two prophecies." Over archogacht in my original transcript of these glosses, the late Eugene Curry has written in pencil "archoga .i. cu selga," which means a 'dog of hunting.' In O'Davoren's glossary archoige is explained as a hound that kills deer (cu marbtha aige). im archocaid teehta, 1 SM. 126. Bid fir etc. "It is true, indeed," quoth he, " it is here I shall be in pilgrimage till the day of judgment." eilithri dat. cf. eilithre a deriv. from ailither 'pilgrim.'

37r. fiadach etc. 'hunting game with the one party aDd cultivation of the earth with the other party.' with frecur ceill cf. friscoirter ceill (gl. incoli, loca ab his) Ml. 21". ic neich fritcurethar cheill (gl. proprios saluare cultores) 41d. frisfoichiurr ceill (gl. incolam) Ml. 78°. inglennat etc. 'they track i.e. each of them eats another's food.' roboi chocad etc. "there was war between the ten tribes and the two tribes—literally ' ten-tribe and two-tribe '—up to this."

36r. ermitnigthi feid: cf. ermitiu feid deachtae (honor deitatis) Ml. 56 . arammuinfetar feid huili doini (reverebuntur eum omnes homines) Ml. 128, Z2. 918, 1099. as nephatdanaigthe etc. 'quod est inremuneratum hoc servitium.' conrotataile cf. lase donatalcfe (gl. cum dilenueris, animum) Ml. 69°. duatalictis (gl. fouebantur) 130°. tailciud fri garg,

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hostium). orotatailc .i. fordechuid (gl. confouerat). duferthar (gl. conditur officium). trisintuistin (gl. creatione).

35r. sainredaig (gl. peculiari). inna nguidech (gl. supplicum).

34r. cosochenelaigidir .i. issoiriu iudateidail .i. air nltechtat sidi anmain (gl. hornana imago nubilitet). bithe doibsium amal andeus6n (gl. auctores idulorum ... optat deorum suorum similisimos (sic) fieri quod maledictum). indairilteo (gl. meriti). ciamme't doroscai (gl. quantum praestet). isindib salmaibso (gl. ambobus unus sensus,'in these two psalms'.)

33r. (=138d). airndrisse. i. rethait uisci innamed6n s6n (gLerratam uenis fontium). asardu (gl. eminentiorem). codururgaib (gl. emerserit). nochis dunaidbet son (gl. adserere perbibentur).

32r. nuib (gl. ad recentia). inna aisndisen fil isintsalm innunn s6n (gl. expossitionis ingresum ipso sui principio). naimresnad (gl. infitiatur). huanderegim (gl. questione). rogabsat (gl. cseperunt).

Sir. duroscaifea (gl. antecedet). codescthu (gl. ad feces).

30r. malar (gl. delicta). nifiu leu bas naill co?iutecht forru acht beim a cinn fri cloich (gl. infantium capita petris inlidant quos non dignantur fortium morte occidere).

29r. seim (gl. exile), nephinducbaide (gl. ingloriosus).

28r. im olc fa maith on (gl. qualitatis). du intiuch oinlai (gl. cotidiano iteneri). etir leid 7 amreid 7 etir fan 7 ardd (gl. uiator per tractus terrse).

27r. buat etarcnu .i. huat ingnu (gl. cognitione mea profundiora intellexisti). cid ere- cid tais (gl. massam). duslaid .i. cruthaigedar (gl. plasmantis). nftha cumtachtse ndo (gl. potestas non subpetit). fuluinn (gl. auolare). inna cennaige (gl. negotiatorum). dianndamnad s6n (gl. a. suscipiunt).

Berne, infra, fordechuid, cf. lase forndechud (gl. adnuendo) Ml. 78°. tuistin ace. sg. ottuistiu 1 SM. 256.

34r. co 8odienMaigidir etc. 'that it ennobles, i. e. it is nobler than are idols for these have not life. 'bithe ifec. 'they are like their gods' (note the ace. deu after amal: so infra: amalna grinnenu. ciamniet=cia-asmeit (ex qua magnitudine). Za. 357.

33r. airndrisse p. part. pass, in -sia ex t-tia: cf. duairndredat (gl. pererrantes) Ml. 81b, cited 1 Rev. Celt. 159. aniaib indredaib (gl. pro uagationibus) Ml. 67c.

31r. desdthu ace. pi. oidescud: cf. riasiu docaefor descthu, 2 S.M. 242.

30r. nifiu etc. 'unworthy with them that (any) other death should come on them save striking their head against a stone.' cloch^KpoKr/.

28r. intiuch dat. sg. of intech 'a path,' which occurs in Patrick's hymn. eter reid etc. 'both smooth and unsmooth and both valley and height': fdn=W. gwaun, Corn, guen (gl. campus).

27r. ere gen. criad Z. 709=W. pridd, Lat. creta ? tais Mid. Ir. taes (gl. pista) W. toes 'dough' Bret, tdaz, Pictet compares A. S. thcesma, O. H. G. deismo 'fermentum.' With fuluinn cf. orufoluassat (gl. conuolasse, multos) Ml. 67°. drfor anmanna foluamnacha ind aeoir Leb. Laign. 118. b. 1. fulumain (gl. volubilis) Z. 739 and Lat. volo. cennaige gen. pi, pf cennige (gl. lixa) Za, 229 : hence caingen (negotium),

26r. dirndl adgreiim (gl. persequenti). huanchosmailigiud (gl. comparatione). is dse intsoilse amal asndse inna dorche (" God's is the light as God's is the darkness"), amlathardae (gl. expossitus). ingleis (gl. rimare). nifitir idal inna inchlidi amal rundfitir dia (gl. dii ab homimbus fabricabuntur, et nemo in eis est qui talia possit scire).

24r. murdai (gl. muratas).

23r. amal loiscde .i. inni forsateismetar (gl. sicut carbones superfussi sedentem concremant).

22r. indingchis (gl. incensum). duathmaldachad (gl. ad remaledicendum). huath remglicci (gl. peruicacia). archoimtiu (gl. excussantem).

21r. triaslach foirgiallae dialailiu (gl. decipere).

20r. inrualadsa (gl. offendi). huammuintir fein son (gl. propriis proditus).

19r. cen chinta friusom (gl. gratis), lasse dusente (gl. cum persequebatur, a filio suo). intesamni ind firiein dut chreitimsiu a dee dianumsoirae (gl. fiduciam). inderbamnacht .i. sechis innamairis 6n ,i. air imfolngub a amairis doibsom manimsoiraese (gl. difidentiam: In me" omnes persequutores spectant quo per me" uel riduciam uel difidentiam capiant).

18r. coil (gl. exilis).

16r. intropdaid (gl. tropicos, Tpoirinwe).

15r. forsnaib conaraib (gl. in semitis). bibdid (gl. obnoxii, gen.

14r. toirndide .i. brec (gl. tinctum). ni michlothaigfetar (gl. nulla sterilitate defamabuntur).

12r. huanaib cellorib (gl. ex prumptuaris).

llr. (=144b.) duchoimarraig (gl. exuerit).

lOr. amal nagrinnenu .i. bite imchre[ch]tu (gl. tamquam

22r. ingchis is borrowed, like Corn, encois, from incensum.

20r. muintir, dat. of muinter, montar (familia) declined like a fern, a-stem. Siegfried supposed it to be borrowed from monasterium, and remarked that the loss of s between n and t is regular: cf. cinteir (gl. calcar Z. 744 (Bret, kentr 'spur,' Corn, leenter ' a nail,' W. cethyr) with Ktvrpov, Kicrrpov from an Indo-European KANSTRAM: so in French con(s)traindre. But muinter is probably cognate with the Bret, monet 'to go,' W. myned, Lat. e-minere, pro-minere. See Cormac's Glossary, p. 118.

19r. cinta ace. pi. of the t-stem cin 'delictum.' dusente: ci.inni duseinned (gl. persequentem) Ml. 41". dusesainn (gl. persequendi) 41°. intesamni etc. 'the confidence of the righteous man in thy belief, O God, if thou save me.' inderbamnacht 'uncertainty,' inderb, incertus, inderbus, incertitudo, Z. 751.

amairis 'infidelitas' Z. 610. air imfolngub etc. 'for I shall cause disbelief to them unless thou save me.'

llr. cf. durig (gl. nudat) Ml. 28a. docomarraig (gl. nudavit), dundiriug (gl. ad nuditatem), cf. X&koq, lacer, Nigra, Rev. Celt. i. 153.

lOr. amal etc. 'like the bandages i. e. that are round ulcers': grinnenu ulceribus fasceolas). indetaig bruinnidi ,i. bis tar bruinniu ogte son (gl. fasciae pectoralis). centes spinas). intan foruirim obeli 7 astri (' when he put an obelisk and stars'). ciarud boi aururas form (gl. licet cursim).

9r. immarcidetaid (gl. sequellam). nach torbatu coitchenn (gl. commonem utilitatem). tridhithad inna nnel (gl. aper[u]it nubibus). areroch[r]aib (gl. in tibiis). airnaib eruchordaib (gl. pro tibialibus).

8r. annarbudech (gl. non contentus). dunmoindeinmidetu (gl. ad generalem mu[ni]ficentiam) inchoteicthea (gl. concretionis).

7r. e[u]lachu (gl. expertos). as chubaithiu (gl. concinn[i]ore). aschomaicsiu (gl. uiciniore). rofoilsigestar (gl. detexuit).

6r. ni esgaibter (gl. nee excipiuntur). cid m6r induil n6 cid bee ni eper nephmolad die di (' whether the thing be great or be little, non-praise of God is not said by it'), amal is tri accomol nildule cowterisedar indomon sic imfolangar ofnmolad dodia trichocetal innanule ndule (" as it is by conjunction of many elements that the world consists, sic one praise is made unto God by harmony of all the elements"), as imbechtrachu (gl. exteriore ... ambitu). budech (gl. grandifica, leg. gratifica).

5r. tinolta (gl. locata). is sain intsoilse 7 it saini inna rinn (" different is the light and different are the stars"), fot saiguil 6n (gl. diuturnitatem).

4r. cosaigthi (gl. pedata). adgladathar (gl. appellat, gl. conpellat, 6r). arnaib fedaib sonartaib ardaib (gl. pro terribilibus arbustis). anat ninsuidigthi (gl. instituta). inailigthiu (gl. in alternatione).

3r. nuntuailngegedar (gl. dignatur).

2r. adribaigedar (gl. resultat).

Other glosses from this codex are:

Col.l. roasaiset drissi innasenchomrorcan tar sodin (gl. renas

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Col. 301. arin mrath (gl. pro proditione). inna drochomairle (gl. consilii prauitate). dufurcbad (gl. promebat).

Peyron gives thi9, op. cit. i. 189, 190: dintemul (gl. obscuratione sons).

The following verbal forms from the Milan Codex, lod.—lSSd., were generously sent to me by M. Nigra, with permission to make such use of them as I pleased. Some of them have already appeared in my paper on the Old Irish verb (Beitraege, vi. 459, vii. 169), others in the Revue Celtique, but the majority are hitherto unprinted.

15c?. an dunerchain (gl. profetans).

16a. asrobrad(gl. dictum). deinnigteson(gl.conantur adstruere). inotsam (gl. inire certamen). indi nodberat (qui id dicunt).

166. inna hi ata (q. sunt). cloithir (gl.inuoluitur). ni rothuailngigestar (gl. non est dignatus). donuic (q. protulit, posuit). dober (q. dat). nochis nocathaigthi son (gl. ut armari non timerent).

16c. doret (gl. uelauit, clo-ro-em-t). it hesidi dorumadirsi (gl. quae, spatia, fuerat emensus). dorogaib (gl. committit).

16c£ SLinal rundgab (gl. ut cum dixit). sech is dorigensat son (i.e. quod fecerunt).

17a. nephimfolngidi (gl. inefficaces, cassos). asindedar son (gl. inseritur). dorogbad(gl.memoratus est). isindiroces(quipassus est).

176. nephimmaircide (gl. inconueniens). adrothreb (qui habitavit). slanaigthe (gl. osanna). immaircct (gl. conueniunt).

17c. arroet (quod suscepit). inti honeroimer (ille a quo suscipitur).

I7d. sech is nocinned aimsir son (gl. non potuit fini id est tempori subiecero). nitaircither (gl. ut non .... referatur). ised immefolngi eccintigi (est hoc quod efficit infinitatem). rongnith (gl. actum).

18a. intomnatar (gl. putent).. bed taircithi (gl. referendum).

186. inni nad cumcusa (gl. nequeo, reparare). na tat (non sunt).

18c. lase coreailemmarni (gl. dum consulimus). atoibmis (gl. inherere, uolens nos). douic (gl. sciens . . . numerare). 7 intol arachelfea (gl. uoluntasque raptura). dofocuirther (gl. inuitaretur

obeli is borrowed from obelus as astri from aster: cf. roglinnig na salmu fo opil 7 astrisc, Lib. hymn. 27 a. 1.

Col. 301, mrath W. brad 'perjury,' see 59;-: drochomairle for drochchomairle.

din temul " from the darkness." With temel, Corn. tivul in tivrd-g-ou, cf. Lat. ten for tern in tenebrae for *temefrae, temethrae, temetrae, Skr, timira, tamas^

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