Definitions (by source)
right, just. As subst. with various meanings. (a) right, justice, just claim: fri huair gcóra, at a time when just claims are in question, 474; cóir fán ttaobh thinn ós iomdha, since there is many a claim against this weakly body, 1117. (b) arrangement, disposition: a ccóir comhráidh do-chuadair, 1054. (c) favourable wind: cóir 'na n-aghaidh ar n-iompádh, the favourable wind having turned against them, 292 n.
just, fitting. As subst. ‘justice’, ‘just demands’, 106, 340: cf. BP, glossary. Other exx. of this almost technical sense: do chóir ag éineing ní fhuil, no territory has what is justly yours; ní fhuil énbhonn d’iomarcaidh dod cháir ag, has not more than a groat’s worth of what is yours, 2247; do chóir aca ní anfadh, what is justly yours would not remain with them, 2254 égóir as neg. of cóir ‘just demands’ (?): ní fhuil t’égóir ag Ultaibh, the Ulstermen have not what you hold in spite of them (what is yours unjustly) (?), 2245 cóir ‘arrangement’, ‘disposition’: buidhne go ccáir chogaidh, hosts arrayed for combat, 1716; cf. BP, glossary
- f., right, power, authority, orra sin amháin bhíos a ch., 754; 3636
- fit, just, right, 3645, 8584; compar. córa, 2060, 2655, 5003; sec. compar. córaide, 326
- in phr. dá ch., ‘near him,’ 762, 5210