cooid

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Manx[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish cuit (part, portion, share), from Proto-Celtic *kʷezdis (compare Welsh peth (thing), Breton péz (piece)).

Noun[edit]

cooid f

  1. part, proportion
    • Ta cooid vooar dy Ghaelg 'sy chione echey.
      • He has a great deal of Manx in his head.
  2. assets, valuables, goods, supplies, possessions
    • Cha row rieau cooid arrit mie.
      • Offered goods were never good.