coimgne

Cite this: eDIL s.v. coimgne or dil.ie/10208

n orig. io n. Ériu xviii 143 . (com + 1 ecna(e), Meyer Contribb. 416 , Mac Airt, Ériu xviii 143 or < *k̂om-ĝen-i̯o- Vvedenie v kel'tskuyu filologiyu 114 ) name of a branch of learning, usu. translated synchronism; `historical knowledge', Meyer; `joint k., all- embracing (acquired) k., very great k., then historical k., antiquarian lore, later in connection with pedigrees and perh. almost a synonym of `scéla ', Mac Airt, see also Mac Cana, The Learned Tales of Medieval Ireland 125 . c.¤ .i. coimegna .i. eagna na n-ēolach .i. fis cech rīg rogabh i comaimsir fria araile, Corm. Y 363 . O'Cl. ni nos na freisligi [cen] c.¤ cach naesa .i. . . . caemegna, O'Dav. 1005 . coimgni .i. senchas, 347 citing dréuchta coimhghne, Ériu xiii 52 , see xviii 144 . ni fili nád chomgne comathar, LL 25008 (see Ériu xviii 142 ). relugad c.¤ , Laws v 56.26 = Ériu xiii 16.6 . coimgneda ┐ sceoil, Anecd. ii 42.27 (introd. to saga-list). ? iscélaib ┐ i comgnimaib, LL 24917 . fer comcni cumnech historian, LU 9789 = Triads 248 . C. lasrachētgabtha comgni, ZCP viii 303.1 . c.¤ cinti caemcheneóil, LL 25374 `the certain family lore of a fair race', Ériu xviii 149 . coimgnedha ┐ craeba coibníusa, BB 263a13 . ailgi comgni fer nÉreand, Ériu iv 144.3 (see xviii 148). coimgned, comamserad cáich, Met. Dinds. i 14.21 . a c[h]lī cloth co cómgne (: bloince), Aisl. MC 33.12 . c.¤ (sic MS) clann, 69.6 . seanchus filidheacht coimhgne (: foirne), Content. iii 19 . ughdar oirdherc . . . hi ccoimgnibh, FM i 116.5 .