From Old Irish coimitecht, comaitecht, coimdecht (“act of going together; act of agreeing with, favouring, conniving at, etc.; act of accompanying, escorting, protecting”), verbal noun of con·éitet (“goes with, accompanies; agrees with, yields to, indulges, connives at, spares, allows”).
coimhdeacht f (genitive singular coimhdeachta)
- accompaniment, companionship
- (as verbal noun, ag ~) accompanying, escorting
Bare forms (no plural for this noun):
Forms with the definite article:
|Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.