I missed the end off my message:
... but in Manx, as far as I am aware, it is not used at all for anger/rage etc.
From: Salmon, Paul
Sent: 22 August 2011 18:21
To: 'Scholars and students of Old Irish'
Subject: RE: [OLD-IRISH-L] "colg/calg" (was [OLD-IRISH-L] 'Samhoin so' 39 & 40)
In Manx caulg(agh) generally refers to a prickle/spike/(~iness).
Cregeen (1835) has caulg(yn)=the awns of barley(the spiky bits), the hards or shoves of flax (woody centre of stems).
I can find no reference to swords or other weapons.
Jeshaghteyr Strughtooroil - Rheynn Bun-troggalys
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