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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.

? 2 gus n(a) death (?) : gus .i. bás, O'Cl. gus .i. ondī is cus .i.
10gleand, nó mors .i. profundum , O'Mulc. 687 . ? Britan doni
da gāib gus, LU 1264.
(b) dangerous (?) : gus .i. gáibthech, ut est mac san[a]isi
┐rl. conid gus la cach duine a tursughud, O'Dav. 1044.

gusdan: ind Aedh Gusdan .i. Áed gus dána, Cóir An. 244 . Aog
15Gustan, MacCarthy 400.8 . = Aedh Gustan, AU i 80.z (an. 603).

gusmar adj(gus) o,ā (a) vigorous, mighty : bat gusmar im
naimtiu, LU 3494 ( SC 26 ). go dúnadh Oiliolla ... .i. rīgh
gusmar gairgbheódha na Gamanraighe, Ériu viii 135.32 . an
ben ghusmhar ghledoiligh, v 148.39 . bai triar trebland (.i.
20gusmar) di feraib Cualand, BDD 43 . dob ē an t-aithiusc
gusmhor garg, ZCP viii 223 § 14 . do mhershluag ghusmar
ghallda, O'Gr. Cat. 504.22.
(b) violent, stubborn (?) : diumsacha dagdóine, | doirche
gusmara (of women), Tec. Corm. § 16.39 .

25 Gussán (gus) o,m. dimin. npr m. m Gusain m Bruatair, Rawl.
130a1 .

gustal n m. chattels, utensils, belongings : lestra ┐ fointreb
in tighi (.i. na mingustail do bit isin tig arm .i.), Arch. iii
8.16 . gach gustal trom dá raibhe aca do mhalairt ar
30ghréithibh geanamhla, TSh. 6955 . gan phuing gustail na
g-cistean chum stóir dhóibh, Hard. ii 258.8 .

gustalach adj(gustal) o,ā pompous, swaggering, wealthy :
gustalach ... gabhan sí | a ndaithibh a gcóir 's a gclóca
síoda, ZCP v 215.416 .

35 1 gúta n gout , O'Gr. Cat. 198.11 . fear gúta is gnáth ag ulfairt, Ó
Bruad. ii 212.12 .

? 2 gúta: ind ná blais biadh gan gúta máta, Gadel. i 128.596 .

guth n u,m. I voice, sound, a word, a vowel : airis guth de
asrubart `for it is the voice of God that said,' Ml. 94a13 . in
40déni assafoiter guth `the swiftness with which voice is emitted,'
ib. 48c8 . is sainreth do interiecht guth formúigthe `a
smothered sound
,' Sg. 9b18 . ni taet guth isson arna tarmasca
in sacardd here no voice cometh ..., Thes. ii 253.7 . guth
comdidanta = vox consulationis, guth cursachta = vox increpationis,
45 Hib. Min. 383.4 . guth sechmadachti `a word
of the preterite
,' Sg. 147b7 . óin guth fri cechtar de a single
word for each ...,
ib. 147a5 . hi coindeulc in gotho `in
comparison with the word
,' 3b1 . ní o foilsigud suin ┐ gotho
`not by demonstration of sound and voice,' 200a6 . is ansu
50dam gabail mo gotha dim `that my voice should be taken
from me
,' Ml. 95d13 . hit cenélcha sidi do guth `these
are general to voice
,' Sg. 3a10 . toddiusgat guth nintiu
`they awaken voice into them,' ib. 7a10 . vocum coniunctio
.i. accomal ṅgotha, Hib. Min. 297 . i ngothaib (hi gothaib,
55MS) ┐ indliucht `in words and meaning,' Sg. 197a14 . ba
uisse cenotectad ilgotha, ib. 197a11 . is merb is is marb
mo guth, LU 3582 ( SC 29.22 ). as galar mo guth, TBC
3958 . bindḟogur a gotha ┐ a cáinurlabra, ib. 210 . guth a
gutture , Corm. Y 715 . d'foghar in gotha, ib. 134 (s.v. bó).
60 dia cloathar do guth cusan airm so, Laws v 188.24 Comm.
an ro saigh guth an cluig `as far as the sound of the bell
reaches
,' ib. 328.11 Comm. tancatar na manaigh fa guth
an cluic, ZCP xi 128.21 ( BCC 244 ). robeir Rī in tsrotha
ar nem hē | ar trī gotha aithrighe `for three words of repentance,'
65 x 52.32 . guth bínd orgánta occai, PH 1972 . a
hidail daill amlabair cen guth, ib. 1367 . atbertsat tra in
uli Iudaide o aen guth with one voice, ib. 2298 . sacart cemad
garb a guth `though his voice be harsh,' Arch. iii 222.16 .
teit in ri docum nimhe ... lasin nguth-sin `at that word,'
70 RC xxvi 368.17 . cia doní in guth mór so a-muigh ? `who
makes this loud noise without ?
,' Ériu iv 116 § 26 . coicetal ...
inna ndulerath ... fri gotha na ngaeth, ii 122.2 . no thegtis
medon aidche i nHierusalem o gothaib `with musical voices (?),'
ib. 100.9 . ni ro labair guth friu `it did not speak a word to
75them
,' CCath. 4205 . gutta .i. guth fotha .i. fotha in ghota
in sein no guth fuiti iarsani fuidhit gotha treothu, Auraic.
358.359 . dliged gotha fil itosuch na leathguta do airisim
leis fo dheoidh ┐ in dliged consonata fil intib fo deoidh
do chur uad prius , 488 . ni dubhairtsiomh guth riamh ré
80Ferccus acht, a Rígh mhóir ... he never used any other expression,
ITS v 38.10 . cē guth ēiside ...? what has been said ?,
TBC² 2238 . guth ind luin the note of the merle, MacCarthy
136.15 . do-chualaidh guth ┐ glór daonna, TSh. 5036 .
ináit ... na nguithedh ngaoidelta `in place of the Gaelic
intonations
,' O'Gr. Cat. 556.23 . guth an té éimhgheas
air an bfásach, Matt. iii 3 . táinic amach ... tinnteach agus
5toirrneach agus gotanna, Rev. iv 5 . muna dtuige mé brígh
an ghótha, Corinth. xiv 11 . mar shuidh'dar d'aon-ghuith
unanimously , ZCP v 206.70 . guth ochta a deep voice, IGT
Decl. ex. 1567 . ? pl. d'fhuasgail osnaidhe goithighe a caointe,
ZCP v 209.164 .
10Compds. ¤ bind : risin ngadan nglésta nguithbinn, Acall.
1702 . As sobriquet : ideo dicitur Guthbinn quia optimus
cantator ... fuit , Cóir An. 128 . gen. Maelsechnaill mac
Maelruanaigh ... mic Conaill guthbhinn, AU i 372.1 . mic
Conaill Ghuithbhinn mic Suibhne, Keat. iii 2414 . guth-chlaon,
15 partial , Studies 1922, 584 § 4 . guth-fogrugud (gl. vociferatio),
Ml. 51c7 . ¤ mall : críoch bhregh na mbuinnedh ngothmall
softly-murmuring , O'Gr. Cat. 479.4 . guth-ort .i. guth-
orcuin, O'Mulc. 686.
II aspersion, blame, censure, slander : is fada an codlad
20sin a fhuili ┐ ni guth ort, uair budh é do chodlad deideanach
he, CF 595 . ni guth damsa ... bas d'fhagail do cumaidh
Chail, ib. 987 . ní guth dó gin fhurtach Naim, ZCP i 366.30
( Marco P. § 64 ). mo ghol-gháire ní guth linn, Ériu iv 63.7 .
nach eistfidís sin aen fhocul gotha [na aithimraidh] aran
25impire co brath `a single word of slander,' ZCP ii 270
( Maund. 204 ). mairg dobeir guth ar ḟer ngrāid, Arch. iii
222.14 . guth ar mhnáibh is olc an chiall, Dánta Gr. 3.6 .
ní fáth gotha mar tá me, | ní don duine féin an grádh, ib.
63.27 . guth dod trilis loig ní lean, IGT Decl. ex. 1565 . neach
30nach lēig a ghuin don ghuth, ib. ex. 1559 . do-geibh sí gotha
gránna, ib. ex. 83 . do sheachnadh gotha d'fhagháil ó'n
bpobal to avoid public censure, Eochairsg. 71.10 . is móidi
a gráin re a ngothaibh `the greater is his horror at their
censures
,' Ériu iv 216.4 . do ráidh roghuth has addressed
35fierce abuse
, Content. xxv 5.