Compert

Compert

A local person who knows how to use computers and is willing to help a small organization with its information technology needs. The compert may be paid or may be a volunteer. The term is an abbreviation of "computer expert" and is most commonly used in the context of small Christian churches and ministries.
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The Irish medieval compilers of early legends and stories used type lists that organized and classified the texts by themes: aided (death-tale), aithed (elopement), cath (battle), compert (conception, procreation), fess (feast), forfess (siege, beleaguering), orcain (murdering, slaying), serc (love-tale), tain (cattle-raid) tochmarc (wooing, courting), tochomlad (invasion, setting), togail (attack, destruction), etc.
Compert, `The EU on the World Stage', both in Internationale Politik Transatlantic Edition, 2nd issue, 2002; Irwin Stelzer in The Times (London), 19 Feb 2002, and `Who needs whom?