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2 gáirid v i (gáire) laughs: mar atchi cach ben ... | braighid ocus
banghairidh (bāigidh), Fél. 208.4 . múin[i] gárit (gl. .i.
gáirfit múine dona filedaib dar cenn a n-aiste), RC xxvi
34.168 . gáirtear (sic MS) mad chois ar chlochán, Ir. Review
1912, 472 § 11 . The foll. exx. are doubtful: do ghairettar
co mór ... tre luathgaire (= 3 gairid or 1 gáirid ?), BNnÉ
66 § 102 . gáiris asin leith atúaid (= 1 gáirid ?), Met. Dinds.
5 iv 40.17 .

3 gáirid v destroys , see gárid.

? gairighe subst.: g s. uair ro ferois do siost comhlainn ┐ do
buaidh ngairighe, ZCP x 288.32 .

gáirim n(= gú-rím ?) false reckoning, error: se deich, cen
10gairim, cen acht | issed ind árim sescat, SR 755.

gairison xsee garasún.

gairit xsee garit.

gairitecht n(goire) ā ,f. taking care of, nurturing, maintenance:
used only in the phrase: seóit gairitechta, Laws ii 190.17 ;
15 23 ; 24 Comm. Transl. `seds of lawful maintenance' as if
gairi téchta. In slabra doberar don mac .i. na seoit gairi-
dechta, O'C. 1875 ( 23 P 3, 23 r (21)a ). na seoit giartha .i.
na seoit gairitechta, O'C. 1870 , ib. 20va . See gerta and cf.
gaire .i. gairidhleachd (leg. gairidheacht ?) no leasughadh,
20 O'Cl.

gáirithech adj(gáire) o,ā inclined to laughter, merry: fer ...
grádmar subach gáirithech (transl. ridens), O'Gr. Cat. 238.24
and see gáiretach.

gáiriugud n u,m. shouting (?): araile oc a guin comberaib ┐ ic
25gárigud (sic facs.) immi, RC xxi 382.7 ( LL 281a1 ). dabertis
Tuatha de D. a ṅ-gariud (= a ngairiugadh , St.) immi-sium,
TBC 3302 . ba hingnad leis i[n] gairiughudh ┐ in comdortad
daronsat a namait do muir ┐ do tir fair, CCath. 2674.

gáirleóg n ā,f. garlic: allium .i. gairleog, Arch. i 325 no. 8 .
30 an lus ... agus an gháirleóg, Numbers xi 5 . gab gairleog ┐
bruith co min hi, Irish Texts v 84.9 . dein luaith do gair-
leoig, ib. 11 .

gairm n n, neut.; f. in Mid. I. g s. garma, Hymns ii 16 . d s.
garmaim, Fél. Feb. 11 . garmmaim, Laws iv 340.17 . gairm,
35 PH 4489 . a s. gairm, LU 9092 . Fél. Aug. 14 . n p. garman,
Corm. Y 723 . g p. garmand, LL 153a43 ( Met. Dinds. iii 66.11 ).
Vn. of 3 gairid, q.v.
(a) act of calling or summoning; a call, summons, cry .
As vn.: maith leis gréss dia garmaim, he likes to be called
40to continually
, Fél. Feb. 11 . gairm neich na dorus, MacCarthy
130 . Nestor ... do gairm ina dochum, Aen. 783 . a brathair
do gairm chuici to invite her brother, RC xxiv178.8 . comai-
thig do garmmaim, Laws iv 340.17 . Ulaid acot gairmsiu,
TBC 3445 . do bi se (i.e. an coilech) ag gairm crowing ,
45 BCC § 122 . Abst. for concrete the person invoked: a gairm
na sochaide (of Christ), Ir. Lit. 4.12 . More frequently a
mere subst.: roclos cīan son a garma, Hymns ii 16 . acht ma
rainic in gairm `if the shout has reached [the distance],' Laws v
188.26 . truagh in gairm mo beth i pein, ZCP x 415.9 .
50 conggairet gairm n-amnas fair, LU 9092 ( FB 84 ). raleig
gairm ard ... ara síair, TTebe 4317 . legidh tri garmand fair
he calls him three times, Aen. 2656 . ma ... dorinde na tri
garmanda anacail, is slan dó if he has uttered the three
summons to protection
, O'C. 523 ( H.3.18, 262b ). Cf.
55 iar tri gramanda escairde, O'C. 957 ( H.3.18, 413a ). gairm
in ghobhair, ZCP vii 269 § 9 . ó hsamhain ... go gairm don
chūaich, viii 222 § 8 . im gairm na n-én, LL 356 marg. sup.
gairm cailig cercc, Laws iv 194.3 . co rogair [in cailech] a
t[h]rī garmand, Ériu iii 198 § 22 . do chuir se gairm ar M.
60 sent for, BCC § 255 . FM v 1638.10 . cuiris gairm air, TSh.
9105 . cuireadh gairm ar mhnáibh Mumhan `let her challenge
the women of Munster
,' Gofraidh Fionn v § 10 . A proclama-
tion: cóip na garma, Esther iv 8 . Esp. of an invitation or
summons to a feast or assembly: gairm coitchenn do thecht
65o Roim (i.e. to the Papal Jubilee of 1300), AU ii 394.15 .
iii 128.6 . gairm chomhchoitcenn enigh do thabhairt d'Uilliam
... do damhscolaibh, FM iii 600.8 . tug gairm coitchionn
einigh do chliaraibh Ereann, iv 680.5 ; 972.2 . ZCP xiii 182.6 .
g. ¤ scoile a summons to an assembly of bards or literati: tuc. g. ¤
70sgoile, Ériu v 52.18 . ALC ii 274.24 . g. ¤ ṡluaigid a mobilisation,
a call to arms: g. ¤ ṡlúaighidh go hEamhuin oirbh, IGT Decl.
ex. 440 . Of calling the soul to quit the dead body: dorónad
a gairm dochum a adnacuil, TTr. 1804 ( LL 241a15 ). Cf.
Aen. 201 . g. ¤ fri fás `a cry to the waste' (of vain lamentation):
75 golfadach ┐ gair na pecthach oc nemeli frisin Coimdid ... bid
gairm fri fas doib, Ériu ii 138 § 134 . Cf. is gairm fri fasguth,
Aisl. MC 125.20 . g. ¤ i n-agaid gaíthe (of something useless or
frivolous): is gairm i n-agidh gáithi ... menma maisse mná
báithe, ZCP iv 469 § 20 . With prep. ó, appealing from: ní bá
80héidir gairm óna bhreith, O'Hussey T.C. 69 . g. ¤ tar ais recanta-
tion: gairm tar ais do dhéanamh ar mhórán do na neithibh
maslaightheacha do scríobh, Keat. i 42.10 .
(b) act of naming, calling , with de of person: faith do
gairm d'Ísu, PH 4489 . sibh ag gairm dochtúir dhíom,
85 Content. xvi 111 . do gairm anma dhe to be nominated (chief)
Hy Fiachr. 442.2 . ainm tigearna do gairm de, 444.1 ; 443.2 .
Hence (c) a name, a title: garman mnā in Daghda .i.
Brēg, etc., Corm. Y 723 . ní búi Eire uirre d'ainm | re linn
Shláinge gá sírgairm, SG 348.2 . Magnus ... do gabail Tire
Conaill in bliadhain si ┐ gan gairm righ fair the title of king,
AU ii 508.17 . techtsat tria gaire a ngarmann, Met. Dinds.
iii 198.14 . na garma chleachtar anois, mar atá Barún ...
5 Keat. iii 123 . ii 2072 . gairm ollaimh, O'Gr. Cat. 475.13.
gairid g. ¤ ríg (tígerna, etc.) proclaims, nominates (king, chief,
etc.): gairter gairm ríg de ac Ulltaib, SG 322.24 . ro gart
gairm ríg la hUlltaib d'Fergus, 323.11 . gurab é fer t'inaidh
goires gairm ríg Temrach co brāth, BColm. 72.15 . gongarar
10garm rigi dó, LU 3512 ( SC § 27 ). Cf. ZCP xiii 178.15 . Pass-
ing into sense repute, fame: robrog a gairm in glan-chaill,
Met. Dinds. iv 24.26 . cen gairm bad gand `whose repute would
not be scanty
,' iii 170.35 . beanaidh a dhighnit ┐ a ghairm dhe,
TSh. 1377 . FM vi 1988.11 ; 2142.24 . ó shen-róimh garma
15Gaoídheal (i.e. London), Gleanings 29.
Compd. ¤ enech: samail Ghuaire an ghairm-einigh of
proverbial hospitality (?
), Content. xv 59.
(d) a calling, employment, profession: rochlechtas mo gairm,
RC xxxvii 349 § 84 . od ghairm onóraigh (to a bishop),
20 DDána 90.15 . gairm ... atá cundtabhartach innti féin, Mac
Aingil² 1771 . d'fior do gharma `for one of your calling,'
Content. viii 30.
(e) Gramm. gairm agallmha vocative case: a fhiora as cóir
ann ó ghairm agallmha, IGT Introd. § 78.