1 cranngal

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 cranngal or dil.ie/12762

Forms: -gail

n ā, f. (crann + gal) c.¤ f., IGT § 12 (62.1) . n s. also -gail. timber; wooden structure or object: a c[h]rannghal sa c[h]loch aolta `timber' (of castle), Ériu v 60.17 . do lethrudh ┐ do chrannghail (ploughing equipment), Laws ii 412.9 Comm. do crandgail Clothrand ` ships ', Cog. 100.4 . do fágadh 'san Aifric 'na crannghaill í a heap of wood (of the Ark), ITS i 162.18 . crannghail dá sheisrigh (of wooden plough), Measgra D. 9.19 . síneam crannghal id chomhar-sa I must start ploughing, Dán Dé xvi 4 (`trees'). clocha . . . do chuir / . . . fan gcrannghail, DDána 23.10 . do sheas Esra . . . ar chrannghaile (sic), Neh. viii 4 . Cf. crannghaile `pulpit', Eg. Gl. 158 .

Of spear-shaft(s), spear(s): gæ rochomraidh / tria chru icrandghail, IT iii 96.8 . do cranduib (cranngail, v.l.) snasta na slegh, CCath. 2795 . crannghal ṡleagh n-óir, IGT Decl. ex. 581 . D. . . . / nar mhín comhlann a chrannghal, DDána 113.12 .

Attrib. g s.: tegh crannghaile `wooden house ', FM v 1400.1 = ALC ii 272.9 . an chathāir cranngaili, Fl. Earls 218.12 .

Appar. tree(s) in: ní faicther cnúas ar chrannghoil, Glean- ings 19 § 33 .