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gunbuinne n(compd. of guin wound and buinne a sapling ?)
a spear, a halbert : gunbuinde .i. sleag, Lec. Gl. 392 . ic
brud a formnadh ocus a cloiccend da ngunfainnip niadh,
CCath. 5759 . ar ro cotar ... for imbirt a claidem ┐ a llaigen
┐ a ngunfainni niadh, ib. 5851 .

? gund n neck : Eochaid Gundat .i. braga fada, nam gunnd
5.i. braige nó muinél, Cóir An. 293 . rorighsat Ulaid Eochaig
Gunnfat iardain E. Longneck, RC xvi 70.8 . Eochaid
Gundfhatt, ZCP viii 327.29 . gunn .i. bráighe, O'Cl.

gúnga n m. the posterior, the loins: sgiobach an phluid 's a chuilt
dá ghúnga, ZCP v 223.709 . go mbristear a ghúnga a mbéarnain
10chumhang 'san tsioc, GJ iii 54b15 ; cf. ib. 94a14 .

gúngach adj(gúnga) o,ā broad-loined, ill-shaped, ungainly :
gárlaig dhubha tá gúngach grána, ZCP v 226.838 . stuacar
gúngach, ITS iii 222.14 (1st ed.). oilitreach gúngach,
Eóghan Ruadh 2872 .

15 ? gunn ind .i. briseadh, no blodhadh, O'Cl.

gunna n(fr. English) a gun : do chuir se an gunna riu he
pointed the gun at them
, Rel. Celt. ii 188.23 . béil a ngunnadh
`the muzzles of their guns,' ib. 194.12 . le gunnaibh gáibtecha
gúasachtaca, ZCP vi 46.28 . dá gunna mōra prāiss, Fl. Earls
20 66.z .

gunnat indas pnepithet : Eocho Gunnat, MacCarthy 206.9 .
Eochaid Gunnata, Cóir An. 293 . Eochaidh Gunnat mac
Féigh, Keat. ii 5492 . Oengus Gunnat, ZCP viii 300.30 .
Rawl. 144d18 .

25 ? gunnataigid v scatters, breaks up (?) : Eochaid Gunnata .i.
ro gunnataich .i. ro bolg. ar is leis ro fodailtea Conaille fo
Erind, Coir An. 293.

gunnfund n(O. Fr. gonfanon) banner : iar n-impud iarom na
n-gunnfund, IT ii2 102.4 .

30 gúr adj o,ā sharp, keen ; sore, painful : iar gail gúir glicc, Ériu
iv 138.1 . ba gúr dollotar Lagin | do breith for cúl in dligid,
Met. Dinds. iii 106.57 . in tráth nobenad gáeth gúr (: úr) |
frissin mbile, ib. 176.129 . soised (leg. sóisit) [for cúl] for
techedh ngur, Anecd. i 54 § 27 . ar urcháined ngúr ... | ain-
35gil Dé dom dín, KMMisc. 255.19 . amsaig Ailig uill ... |
dot chomét co gūr, ib. 268.6 . droṅg adbul Eusébi, | cérbo
gúr a slige `though sore was their slaying,' Fél. Nov. 7 .
tróethsus mór ṅgúr ṅgalar, ib. Nov. 16 . rom gabhsat idhain
gúra, BNnÉ 3.10 . Enoc crabuid guir (: scriptuir) E. of
40zealous piety
, SR 2517 . gur .i. leir no calma, O'Dav. 1041.
The seven gifts of the Holy Ghost : ecna, intliuct, comarle, |
nert, fis, gaire gúr, | omon Fiadat `pious zeal and fear of
the Lord
,' ZCP v 499 § 4 . násad gúr (: dún), TFerbe 837
(cheville). Compar. alt is gúru (: cúlu), Arch. iii 295 § 28 .
45 bad duriu ba gúriu crabud `more austere, more strict, in piety,'
Mart. Tall. 102.4 .
As a noun pain : gúr a cursu, unde dicitur : gur lamnatha,
O'Mulc. 682.
Compd. mná re gúrlámnad `women in painful parturition,'
50 Acall. 433.

gúre n(gúr) iā,f. pain, pangs : ba gol mairg lee la guire
(géri, Eg.) na n-idán, RC xxiv 146.8 . tangatar guire na
n-ighan cuicci, vi 176.63 . mná re gúiri lamna, Acall. 2890 n .

gurgón n(ME gurgoyle) gargoyle : faduighes tine san tigh
55mór ón lár go soiche a ghurgón (ó thinnteán go soiche a
mheadon v.l.), Ériu i 20.54 .

gurmaille n(botan.) gromwell , RC ix 231.2 . cardo benedicta
senecion .i. gurmuill, Arch. i 332.52 . gurmaill do bherbhadh
ar fhinhegra, 23 K 42, 332.4 . frema milbhocan ... ┐
60gurmaille, ib. 359.12 . cauda porcina .i. an gurmaille, ib. 393.2 .

1 gus n u,m. IGT Decl. § 95. I force, vigour, impetuosity,
fierceness : diglach a gus, LU 3406 ( SC 18 ). at gilla co
ṅ-gicgil | gan gasced gan gus, TBC 3464 . is maith amrorfus
mo gus | conabtorlus a Phardus, SR 1871 . blaith a ṅgus,
65 ib. 7587 (cheville). tainic a ngus ┐ a n-aiccned forta, CCath.
2851 . fetatar Gáedil is Gaill, | guss in óen-fhir i nAchaill,
Met. Dinds. i 50.76 . is gus nad ḟulaṅgar, TBC 5300 . gen.
cengait celga úargossa, TBC² 1693 . co ṅgairgi gossa, Met.
Dinds. iii 108.62 . gníthe gossa `mighty shouting' (?), ib.
70 128.3 . rí Náis in nóeb-gossa, ib. 138.2 . flaith gót in gossa,
Arch. Hib. ii 85 § 39 . ba gairgge gnīmaib gossa, ZCP viii
117 § 12 . ro theilgesa in n-gæ ṅ-ger n-guis, TBC 2375 .
cath Murbuilg maghda mor-guis, Leb. Gab. i 102.11 . n pl. ?
ata ni nad faichlethar | gussu mac Aeda Slane, Anecd. i
753.27 . a pl. manraid gossa, LU 3414 ( SC 18 ). or fhemus
fleid | is hé sút m'oen-gus, Ériu vii 224.2 . ná mínigh rinn do
roghus (roghius v.l.) tame not your fierceness against us,
Content. x 3 . ? ni con gus laisiom dano do neuch cid
arfaoma anmchardine `now he does not consider that it
80matters ?
,' Mon. Tall. 160.15 . ? bid guis roguis, ZCP ix
457 § 55 . gus .i. fearg, O'Cl.
As npr m. Guss mac Tálgluind, Rawl. 145c22 .
dóen-gus human force : daongus (gl. .i. daingen) dronges
tnu tren, LL 393a50 . dron-gus firm vigour, BB 134a45 .
85 ler-gus sea-strength : Fergus ... | dar[b] a lán cech lerghus
lór, Fianaig. 44.4 . As npr m., AU i 240.8 (an. 71). LL 310b35 .
FM ii 958.3 (an. 1098 ). Lec. 62va37 . For pers. names of
which gus forms the second element, see Ir. Gl. p. 69 n .
II a deed : gus .i. gniomh, O'Cl. in gabul út co n-gráin
guiss, TBC 731 . Aedh Gusdan .i. Áed gus dána, ar mór
an gus dó, na trí rígha do mharbad isind aenló, Cóir An.
244 . ardgus n-eōlaig `a learned man's high task,' Arch.
5Hib. ii 50 § 32.
? III nature : gus .i. aigneadh, O'Cl. doluid a ṅgus
n-airriu íarum, BDD² 76 , but see note. Leg. angus, and tr.
then a weakness came over them.