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1 glinne n I iā,f. Bürgschaft, p. 83 security, pledge, guarantee ;
a promise, a binding obligation ; a surety : messi ... as chor
70┐ as glinni ┐ trebairi friú, TBC 443 . acht conam-rabat glinni
mo diṅgbála ria, MU² 96 ( LL 262b6 ). glinne aurut friss .i.
secht n-octhigerna ┐ secht righ ... Arch. iii 325.7 . dobertatár
glinni ind di síu ┐ anall, LU 6876 ( BDD § 46 ). co tartar
glinne ┐ enighe frinn im anacul ógh ar muinteri, TTr.²
75 1803 . TBC 1793 . in fili oca fúacru for a nglinne ┐ a nadmand,
Im. Br. i 47.14 . dosīacht Fergus fora glinni arnā
briste fīr fer for C., TBC² 1759 ; 1516 . dim glinniu fadein
dochóid friae on account of my own pledge which went to
her
, LU 4696 . Cf. TBC 557 . ma uaisle in ti dia ngabur
80oldas a glinne ... than his own surety, Laws ii 48.16 Comm. ;
82.2 Comm. cach sodomna ríg ... | a chomēt ar glinne | co
rochinne a dáil to keep him under securities (?), PRIA 3
Ser. iii 550 § 39 ( LL 147a46 ). dotoet for a glinne i ndiaid
int sluaig on the faith (lit. security) of his narrative (?), RC
85 xxi 392.5 . nech ... brisess glinde na cána the obligations of ...,
Ériu ii 208.2 . Cf. ZCP xii 387.30 . glinne .i. breth, O'Dav.
1061 . glinne .i. urra, O'Cl. In foll. two exx. probably used
loosely in sense of certainty, fixity : glinni glór (chev.),
SR 6577 . glinnsius .i. glinni soois nó soḟiss. `glinni' dano
lēire, ACC § 54 Comm. ( RC xx 252 ). As npr m. : Glinne
mac Degaid, Heldensage, 566 § 6 . fóen- weak security : is
fóenglinne dothaet mo phopa Fergus dom ṡaígid-se ní ḟuil
5claideb i n-intiuch ... leis, TBC 2866 . CRR § 23 . As alleg.
npr m. Faenglinni mac Dedad, LL 268a20 ( MU² 799 ). Cf.
MU² 803 , 837 .
II As adj. (g s. of I ?) firm, fixed, secure : (a) In physical
sense : úas chret charpait glinni, LU 3362 ( SC 15 ). eich
10fil fō charput glinne, LU 3806 ( SC § 37 ). cret chréda chrom-
glinne, LU 8671 ( FB 50 ). cret noíthech nóiglinne, LU 8596
( FB 45 ). clardha caeimglinne a curach, Leb. Gab. i 62.2 .
(b) In fig. sense: fixed, unalterable, constant : cech ni
napa glinne, Thes. ii 352.41 . rosuc ceím gradach ṅglinne
15`stately and steadfast,' Met. Dinds. iv 164.39 . costad im
chrābud nglindi, Arch. iii 311 § 5 . clīara glinni, ZCP xii
388.3 . cen gáes ṅglinni, SR 3119 . In cheville : forum
ṅglinni, Met. Dinds. iv 366.1 . índscib glindi, Snedgus u.
Mac R. 11 § 33 . eirim nglindi a sure course, ib. 12 § 45 .

20 ? 2 glinne ind .i. filidecht, ut est remteit glond glinne .i. nepguin
duine acht gurub glan a dan, O'Dav. 1029.

? 3 glinne: n fil fúidrech fora glinni | fil leind ndeirg ndrolaig
immi, TBC² 61 = for a rinne spear-points (?), TBC 261.

glinneadh ind .i. leanmhain, O'Cl.

25 glinnid v(glinn) secures, makes sure, settles, decides : ba nert
Dé rodglinnestar, Hy. v 45 ( Thes. ii 339 ). o gnim glin-
nistar ... `by deed he secured,' ACC § 127 . glinnsius (glin-
sius v.l.) salmu he ascertained (viz. fixed the text of) the
psalms
, § 54 . ro cenglaid ┐ ro glinnit sin do slabradhaibh
30 made secure, CCath. 2626 . robo marb in ben | don galur garb,
roglinned `it was certified,' Met. Dinds. iv 130.93 . golltraiges
gal glindsitaur (glossed leirigsetar), KZ xxxiii 83.3 (H.3.3
= glindsitar, BB 378b17 ). glinnsit (= glinnset, Rawl.)
coicthe they won (?) wars, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 10 § 3 = glinnis
35cocthe (.i. gniset catha), LL 311a15 .

glinnide adj(glinn ?) io,iā firm, secure : scieth morglindidhe ,
TBC 5477 (St.).

glinnigid v(glinn) secures, makes firm, clinches, settles (later
than glinnid which it sometimes glosses) : roglinnig na
40salmu .i. ro[s]terbae fo obeil ┐ astreisc (i.e. established the
meaning or text), ACC 54 Comm. ( RC xx 252 ). [noglinniged
(gl. glinnistar) ó gnim. Nó] ro glinnigestar o gnim quod
uerbo praedicaret , 127 Comm. ( RC xx 406 ). roglínnig
(roglinnigestar v.l.) ┐ rochomet in nasill `she guarded and
45preserved the joint
,' Thes. ii 339.24 (gl. rodglinnestar, Hy. v
45 ). glinnig do loegu, ... ocus glinnig a math[r]e `care for,'
ACC 54 Comm. ( RC xx 252 ), cf. Met. Gl. 3.18 - 19 , the meanings
there given for `glinn' being due to misreading. glinnigter
bhar slegha, CCath. 4259 . raglinnigit al-loṅga ┐ alláideṅg,
50 CRR § 8 . Cf. CCath. 2626 (v.l.). glindig dóib in gairm | ó
fuil cen dailb a ainm núa `assure to them' (i.e. settle the
question of its derivation), Met. Dinds. iii 380.3 . Hence
erroneously : glinnidh .i. foillsigh `show,' O'Cl. Part. nec.
nocc glinnigthi duit-siu sain `not to be secured,' CRR § 23 .
55 Vn. fri glinnigud chotaig Conaill, LU 1117 . ic glinniugudh
a comairle im corugud a cath, CCath. 4856 . ic glinniugudh
a srian, 4641 .

glith n ore (?) : meisir maeth-glith ina ellam n-ined, O'Dav.
800 = maoithghleth, Ériu xiii 41.22 .

60 1 gliú n(< Eng. `glue' ?) f. glue, adhesive stuff : greamaighid
le gliú ndaingin, TD 20.33 . leaghais an ghrian an ghliú mbáin,
35 ; 20.46 . táith-cheangailte ... tré ghliú na ngrás, TSh. 8485.

? 2 gliú : ind cath cruaid Cnamrois rind | ria mac Fiachach co
ṅgliu duind, LL 6071.

65 ? glíus : ind Gand ri Deltadas raglíus | is Dagda ri Mancius,
LL 144a21 .

gló n ball (?) : dorat rí Cláire ... | a mér fo ṡúil glais mar gló
`ball-like eye,' Met. Dinds. iii 342.49 . gluan derc .i. glau
finn dara suil, Arch. i 265.679 (O'Mulc.).
70Compds. ¤ béimm : co [clos] gló-béim scéith Cairpre,
CRR § 45 . ¤ béimnech : globeimnech na minn ... ic a cengul
osna cathbarraib, CCath. 4652 . ¤ búirid : gur ghéis ┐ gur
ghlóbhúirsiod (glonn-bh. v.l.) ... sgiath Chonchubhair, Todd
Lect. iv 88.1 ( CRR² 31 ). See also glólethar, glóṡnáithe and
75 RC xli 385.

? glocan : n rosiacht cach im glocan a cele dib `within the
grasp of the other
,' Cog. 196.30 = glotain, B, which is perhaps
the right reading, or else = glacán grasp, q.v.

1 glóed n a shout , see 1 gláed.

80 ? 2 glóed : ind fri gliaid ṅglóed, LL 150a34 = fri gliaigh ngaeth
(: Baeth), D iv 2, 54rb26 .

1 gloídid v shouts , see 1 gláedid.

2 gloídid v sticks , see 2 gláedid.

gloimm n n,neut. noise, din, outcry : gloim a clamore , O'Mulc.
85 670 . gloim a corn for cétaib cend, LL 49b31 ( Hail Brigit
§ 8 ). cia deilm ... gloim (gláimm Eg.) eter do da tháib tren
tormaid, IT i 68.2 . Of noise of vessels being beached : a
ngloim ro lásat na tri .l. curach oc tuidecht hi tír, LU 6934
( BDD 55 ). Of the din of a tempest : gloim doininne (transl.
`a thick tempest'), O'C. Atlantis iv 132.11 . Of the baying of a
dog : co clos ... gloimm inn archon, TBC 1020 . mar gloim
n-arcon, p. 807 n. 6 . atnaig a gloim n-archon lor aird, RC
5 xiv 422 § 41 . re cruad-gloim in chon, MR 200.7 .
Compds. ¤ binn of melodious baying : do ghadhraibh
ghlam-bhinne, Oss. iv 210.21 . ¤ goil : gadhar ... ag glam-
ghoil maidin, 174.19 .