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? guilbirt : ind guilbirt .i. brith nith coil a culpa , O'Mulc. 680.

guilbnén xsee gulbnén.

guilbniugad xsee gulbniugad.

? guilgende : ind g. ¤ .i. cuiligendea .i. imerful dotngniat, O'Mulc.
5 677.

guilid vlate form of golaid weeps, wails : co n-grechat ...
ocus co n-guilet co serb goirt, IT i 191.23 . éghis ar tós
goilis fodeod, RC xii 94 § 125 . guilsetar (roguilsed v.l.)
na hingena, Met. Dinds. iii 210.24 . gur ghuil Dáibhidh ag
10caoineadh Ammon, TSh. 5831 . do ghuilmís, an tan do
chuimhnighmís ort-sa, a Shíon, ib. 6030 . do ghuil tú ar
son an leinibh, 2 Sam. xii 21 . nuair ghoil sí folcuighthe
fíochmhar, ZCP v 209.163 . is moch agus air neóin a ghuilim-
se mo dheor, ITS xvii 219.250 . vn. créd do bheir sibhsi ag
15gul agus ag briseadh mo croidhe ?, Acts xxi 13 .

guille n(goll) ia,f. blindness (of one eye) : it é téora anmi fil
for mnaib Ulad .i. clúine ocus minde ocus guille, LU 3257
( SC 5 ).

guilliud n(goll) blinding (?), closing one eye (?) : guilliud .i. go-
20silliud, O'Mulc. 678.

guin i,n. vn. of gonaid (later f., guin goin, IGT Decl. § 42 ).
I the act of wounding or slaying by wounding ; a wound :
a nguin cosind saigit áin, Ml. 133a4 . gae gona éisc `a spear
for killing fish
,' Sg. 37b20 . ar bádud ar guin, Thes. ii
25357.12 . nith .i. guin duine, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 31 . nad-raba
cen guin duini ... cach ōenlaithi, ScM² 16 . ba fer[r] búaid
a n-anacail oldás buaid a ngona, BDD § 96 . folaimtis a
guin cacha fechtais no theigead `they would almost kill
him ...,
' ib. § 19 . fobith gono Fergusso, AU i 90.12 (an. 617).
30 guin Flainn Aenaig, ib. i 106.18 (an. 643). ní maith ra
loṅgis Ulad | guin a meic, TBC 2793 . Orláb mac Ailella ...
do guin, ib. 1431 . itó-sa lín do gona ┐ t'airlig, ib. 434 . mairg
cách ... | ro lámair a ṅguinsom, Fél. Prol. 58 . guin chuirp
tre esce, Laws ii 34.3 Comm. im guin no im gait for a
35tuathaib, ib. iv 52.2 Comm. caite fiach gona espuic oighe ?,
iv 362.21 . crecha ... ocus gona ocus scoilte, i 58.12 Comm.
fer laime derga laes na gona and, 244.2 Comm. in bradan
bis isin ait ..., slan a aen-guin `a single thrust [at it] is lawful,'
v 484.9 Comm. dar a áltaib ┐ dar a ilgonaib, TBC 4428 .
40 tucus forru a guin co láigin tria n-a thoeb, PH 3843 . adbath
Fiachra dia guin, RC xxiv 184.15 . doberr guin crūaid im
c[h]raidi, Arch. iii 239 § 20 . rogeghin secht ngoine dēac
seventeen wounds had wounded him, Ériu ii 15.20 . tuc ...
.xxx. gon ó ladhair a choisi có [a] urla air, Acall. 1917 . co
45slechtaibh gon ┐ aladh ┐ césta fair, RC xxviii 316 § 24 . ba
doigh lais co roibhi fein marbh ona gonuibh, ZCP vi 37.10 .
it ē saigdi goine sūain | ... sercoi lie gnāsa, Ériu ii 15.22 .
tar a bhfuair do ghonaibh arm | is é Líoghairne rosmharbh,
Content. vi 257 . a náire dá ghoin don taoibh amuigh,
50 TSh. 4089 . gona chneadh an pheacaidh, ib. 1458 . do
ghoimh na ngon do himreadh leó uirre, 2977 . is beag liom
bás gan barr-ghoin pian doibh, ZCP v 227.890 ( ZCP v 227 ).
Compd. guin-aided death by wounding : g s. tofesar gnīm
guinaitte, Fianaig. 38.26 .
55 II Of the moon, the wane, decrease : as i an med sin
dorcaidter don cuid soir de (viz. den ré) ar a guin, Ir. Astr.
Tr. 90.14 . gach áon ... do bhiodh tinn lé goin an ré moon-
struck, lunatic
, Matt. iv 24 . ní ceart an clúdach do thógaint
den chorcán le linn guin na rae (mod.), GJ xiii 207a8 .
60 III = Lat. punctum in the sense clause, short section of
discourse. See TSh. passim , where there may be a play
on words in the association with bior-ghaoithe.
IV ? goin gair ooc im-mullach Thuil Gossi, BDD § 101a
= BDD² 1049.

65 guinech adj(guin) o,ā wound-dealing : ri góach, guinech,
garblonn, SR 3894 . pl. in galaig guinig, ib. 8340 . in gleo
guineach gáibtheach, RC xxiv 50 § 10 . roferad tra cuibleng
croda ... guinech ... crechtach, Aen. 2486 . gaillmilid garga
guinec[h]a ... na Gaillia, CCath. 5369 . Aodh Guineach Ó
70Dúnghaile, Ériu i 86.6 . gae gera guinecha, Celt. Rev. x
34.30 . gæth guinech a cutting wind, Anecd. i 73 § 213.

guinid n killer : cia forai ceathra cáich fri raile acht fairgide no
guinide trespassers or fierce cattle (?), Laws iv 102.6 Comm.

guinige n inflicting of wounds : muna feasdar guinide fors in
75nagh riam `unless the calf had never been known before as a
gorer,
' ib. 13 Comm.

? guir ind of the colours of the winds : ind liath, in chiar, grainne
a ṅguir, | eter huidir is cirduib, SR 77.

guirid v(goirid) warms, burns : In O.I. indic. stem is guir-
80and subj. gora-. guirit són (gl. fouent), Ml. 39c24 . ma
gorith locc (= si urit locum), Thes. ii 245.35 (Cambr.). intan
nonnguirtherni `when we are warmed,' Tur. 106 . cáingrian
guires (goires v.l.) míli, Fél. Dec. 26 . in cuiced criss guires
chness, SR 153 . Of Christ : in grian gluair goires cach
85ṅgair, ib. 2735 . crābud in buirb co n-indmus | los diūit,
nit goire a grīs `a flame without fire, whose embers heat thee
not
,' ZCP vii 311 § 16 . tine na loisgenn ┐ nos-goirenn,
O'Dav. 1054. hatches : slébe gainme ┐ grian it e guirte
(sic leg.) in ogh, Ériu ii 120 § 58 . aen ogh beires ... cacha
bliadna, ┐ in grían guiris an ugh, RC xxiv 377.4 . Fig. inflames,
incites : (with 2 s. pronom. aff.) gcrthiut gorthiut robruth
ríg eslabrae, BDD² 317 . causes to blush : ni he sin do ghoir
5do ghruaidh, Rel. Celt. ii 228.7 . blisters (?) : demnigur dim
gruadib nad goirfet gel miad, Laws i 10.x . vn. gorad, q.v.,
and also 1 gor.