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gnús n o,m. some kind ofinarticulate utterance; agrunt, a
whinny(?): pl. do léig trí ghnúis as ós árd(of a horse),
Oss. iv 244.24 .

gnus n asnout(?): sruimh, gnus, srón, Eg. Gl. 550 . (Cf.
5`gnos a snout,' Macbain .)
Compd. ¤ gorm` dark-yawning' ( ?of a mouth or snout):
gin granna gnusghorm in dragun, ZCP vi 61.17 .asa gin
gnúsgorm grainemail(of a boar), 279.35 .gin gnusgorm(of a
person), 286.z .

10 gnúsachtach (gnús) adj I o,ā growling,shouting(?): bá messi
in Cú Chulaind ... gnússachtach gesechtach, LU 9313. n
II o,m.andā,f. bellowing,lowing: [ni lamad] mil firionn
geiseadh ... no gnusachtach do dheanamh, TBC 6126 (v.l.).
Fig.murmuring,grudging: ná bígidh ag gnúsachduigh ar a
15chéile, James v 9 .

1 gó n sea (B. na Filed):gó .i. muir no fairrge, O'Cl. g s.
bein Fergusai Goo son of F. of the sea, RC xiii 221.5 .a ngion
goa .i. ... a mbeol na fairrge, O'Cl. (s.v. cruinnioch) : ib. s.v.
nim .n. l. Tón re Gó=Tandragee, Hy Fiachr. 272.11 and n.

20 2 gó n aspear , seegae.

3 gó n(góo) falsehood , seegáu.

4 gó- adj false,lying (in compds.), seegú-.

góach (gó,gáu) adj I o,ā lying,mendacious,deceitful,false:
bit goacha uili(gl.mendacibus), Wb. 26a19 .ri góach, guinech,
25 SR 3894 .breithemain goacha, RC xxvi 156 § 40 .ger'bdar
goacha na haisneisi, CCath. 751 .gním góach, Met. Dinds.
iii 302.51 .arnabad éc goach na beth dó(i.e.to ensure that
he was really dead), Rawl. 74a30 .ar ná hepertais goach,
Hugh Roe § 35 (f. 19a) .batar góig, ZCP ix 191 § 5 . Also
30 guach:iascaire guach, PH 1760 ; 4843 .esinric, guach,
gubreathach, Laws ii 332.11 .is faid guach in t-Issa, Marco P.
§ 8 .imresnach cech gúach, Tec. Corm. § 15.6 .flaithem
gūach, § 14.12 .issed is messu fuair laech bith oc tigernu
gaethguach astute and false(?), LL 149a28 .ni guach(chev.),
35 Anecd. ii 30 § 5 . Cog. 112.30 .ní sgeal guach(chev.),
Caithr. CC. § 77 .a choma nīrsat gūacho, Sītzungsb. der
Pr. Ak. 1919 v 93 § 18 . SG 387.39 ( LL 307b29 ).faibli
guacha gendtligi, TTebe 785 . n
II o,m. (a)a liar: pl. in meirlig, ind adaltraig | in goaig,
40 SR 8342 .ro[ṡ]reithe dím sa na góacho may he repel from me
the liars
, RC xx 416.13 (ACC Comm.).
(b)npr m. Goach mac Duibroa, AU i 449.16(an.926).
g s. Donnchad hua Goaigh, 536.20(an.1015)= FM ii 708.z .

goaid v chooses: perf. tiar lasin popul rongoais, Aisl. Tund.
45 95.10 (=do togois 122.10 ).rongoais pianetcesad, 107 § 3 .
cond. nogegainn mo choimthoga, ZCP vi 267 § 11.

Góan o,npr m.or epithet (?) :for Fland nGoan(disyll.), Arch.
Hib. ii 56 § 22 ( LL 182b9 ).Fland Goan (: crón ?), 60 § 28
( ib. 183a5 ). Occurs in place-names where it seems to beg s.:
50 BellumAtho Goan i n-iartar Lifi= Athgoe, Co. Dublin (?),
AU i 100.9(an.632).Cath Atha Goan, RC xvii 182.12 (Tig.).
See Hog. Onom. 62a .

goar adj bright,light , seegoor.

gob xseegop.

55 goba xseegobae.

gobac n(dimin. ofgob?):go rāinec gobac a thōnai hi tolamh
(sic leg.), ZCP xii 401.27 .

gobae n n,m.Later alson s. gobann(gabhann)asmith:
gobha,gabha, IGT Decl. § 131 .n s. Goibne Goba, Corm. Y
60 975 .gaba(gobaLB).i. ... fabricans, 713 .Tubulcáin ...
rob eiside cet goba, MacCarthy 286.21 .sengobi cona indeuin
fora muin, Mon. Tall. § 19 .Ulchan ... gaba ... ifrin, TTebe
758 .lámdæ dognī an goba cēin mbis iarnd i tinid, O'Mulc.
475 .gobae ┐ goibenn .i. o Goibhninn, 665 .gabanngl.faber,
65 Ir. Gl. 369 .nocha denand goba finn lestair amail doní in
cerd, acht is dublestair doní, O'C. 2083 ( H.4.22,p. 70a ).g s.
sithiger urbuinde gabond, Thr. Ir. Gl.,p. 36 (s.v. prull).do
thig Uilc Acha in goband, LU 9831 .mar bulgu goband,
TBC 6149 .airnisi ṅgobann, ZCP xv 310 § 5 ( Laws v 16.6
70Comm. ).gniomh an gabhann, BNnÉ 65 § 96 .ness gobann
`a smith's moulding block,' Triads 148 .ben gobend, Corm. Y
975 .d s.anda s. cosin ngabaind, RC xxiv 194.3 .trēde
neimthigedar gobainn, Triads 120 .dobeir goba (gobuind
v.l.) ina thig, Laws v 164.6 Comm. co prim-gabaind, 336.3
75Comm. for gobaind, iii 190.3 .mac side do Jósep gaba ...,
PH 2585 .n p. inna gobaind, RC x 52.11 ( LU 1870 ).daer-
nemed ... saeir ocus gobaind, Laws v 90.19 .drúith ┐ gobaind
┐ cáinti(itinerant craftsmen forbidden to travel on Sunday),
Ériu ii 208 § 31 .na gaivhniu, Aisl. Tund. 106.3 .goibhne ...
80ag coimhdhe ghūail Ghallbhaile, IGT Decl. ex. 1915 .g p.
fri brichta ban ┐ gobann, Hy. 135.54 (= Thes. ii 357.8 ).
fogur na ngoband, RC x 52.5 ( LU 866 ). MR 102.19 .
buidhean ghaibhneadh, TD 11 § 19 .a p. nem-aodh la cerda
┐ goibniu, O'Mulc. 830g .na gaibhne, 2 Kings xxiv 14 .d p.
85 do gaibnib, TTebe 4442 .fuaradh ghiolla an ghabhann(who
never cools), TSh. 6206 .npr m. Gobha, Oss. iv 18.15 . In
n. l. Línd in Gabund, RC xvii 6.7 (Tig.).ó Bríg gobann,
Fél. Nov. 25.