ceólán

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ceólán or dil.ie/8705

n o, m. (ceól) (small) bell (see Mann. and Cust. Gloss.): do cuired in t-ór sin ar findcheolanuibh tráth in Táilcinn, Acall. 327 `blessed handbell ', Gloss. mor do ḟindcheolanaib ceilebartha, 2610 ` mass-bell ', Gloss. a fhir an cheóláin (to a cleric), Buile S. 134.10 . do benta tri nái ceolan fair (in cursing), Lism. L. 311.11 ( LB 238da9 ). benais a cluicc ┐ a ceolána, BNnÉ 236 § 160 . Ceolán Lasrach, Ériu v 80.27 . cealla ┐ ceoláin, Eochairsg. 10.16 . In secular contexts: na guthbuinde cona ceolanaib ordaib (a kind of ornamenta- tion?), Alex. 626 . ceolan beg n-ordha for cois gacha sebaic, Marco P. 90 . In literal sense: sórdán gach ceoláin `humming old tunes', Ó Bruad. iii 136.12 .