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80 glasaigne n some kind of advocate ; one who has mastered only
part of the legal lore (?) (compd. with 2 glas raw, fresh ?) : in
fer aga mbi aonbescna .i. in glas-aigni, O'Dav. 294. Divided
into in g. ¤ is tairi, ... in g. ¤ is ferr, Laws v 98.18 foll. Comm. ;
100.25 foll. Comm. See ib. the different classes of business
85in which they may respectively be employed. in glas-aigne is
taire eolas aice a mbreathaib athgabala, toxal cana, ┐ cini ┐
ceithirslechta, O'C. 323 ( H.3.18, p. 178 ). He is here classed
with the `bóaire medónach' : comdamh ┐ comfaesam ┐
comeinecland he ┐ in bo-aire medónach, ib. In 23 Q 6,
51a15 ( O'C. 1848 ). the `glas-aigne is ferr' is classed with the
`aire itir da aire' and the `cano.' beridh glas-aigne [sesed]
ar a beith a[g] gabail athgabala laisin feichemain, O'C. 1438
5( H.3.18, 643a ). Also called aigne glas, e.g. aigne frisinnle
breith ┐ aigne glas, O'D. 132 ( H.3.17, c.110 ). (Cf. Laws i
294.9 - 10 .)

1 glasán n(1 glas) o,m. dimin. a little lock or bolt; a fetter:
Sg. 49b1 . gl. serrulam (which glossator considered a dimin.
10of sera a bar). atá an cuibhrioch san 'n a mhiond mhiorbh-
aileach, agus Glasan Ua Triallaigh a chomhainm, Hy Fiachr.
40.9 .

2 glasán n(2 glas) o,m. dimin. (a) the name of a bell (from
its silvery or coppery sheen ?). Of Columba's bell: dofhá-
15gaib an glassán .i. a chloc fen indte, BCC § 154 . Afterwards
given to Finnbarr, ib. Mochuta's bell, afterwards Glasán
Ua Súanaig, BColm. 20 n . Berach's bell: ro baoi Berach,
┐ an glasan ina laimh, BNnÉ 40 § 82 . Fíndachta's bell,
ZCP xiii 26.12 - 13 .
20(b) some herb or greenstuff; salad, watercress (?): a
ghlasáin, a adhghlasáin | a lus forsa mbí in t-ṡuibh, Buile Ṡ.
64.19 . glasán `watercress or salad,' Hog. Luibhl. ? To this:
Caill na nGlasán n. l., BNnÉ 39 § 75.

glasar n(2 glas) (a) mildew in wheat (?): glasar (gl. dedit
25erugini fructus eorum), Thes. i 5.10 .
(b) g. ¤ coille, name of a plant: Barba Siluana .i. in
glasair coilled, RC ix 227.1 . Cf. glasair coille `woodbetony,' O'R.

glase n(2 glas) iā,f. greenness, blueness, steel-colour . Of
verdure: foltāin glaise green leeks, K. and H. § 23 . i nGlind
30Gerg co nglasse, Arch. Hib. ii 72 § 39 ( LL 184a27 ). gnái fo
glaisse, Met. Dinds. iii 404.19 . in crand ... roboi a ndath
geal rosoghustar a nglaisi, D iv 2, 42vb44 . Fig. ní fhuil
glaise san bhioth i ngéig na deagh-oibre (= nihil habet
viriditatis ramus ...), TSh. 9183 . Of the eyes: int ṡúil do
35roglassi, LL 250a41 ( TBFr. 220 ). Of arms: Gaedheal
Glas ... | ó ghlaise a airm 's a éididh, Keat. ii 316 (poem).

glasen n(n s. also gla(i)sín and glaisine, see Cáin Ad. § 52 .
Laws iv 276.6 ). ā,f. (a) woad; a plant yielding a blue dye;
the dye extracted from woad. Cf. Quandam enim herbam orten-
40sem antiqui habebant, nomine glassen, ex cuius succo
tincturam pannorum ... faciebant , V. SS. Hib. i 95 § 27 . n s.
Angelica ┐ anagailicus .i. glasen coille, Arch. i 335.88 ; 61 .
in ghlaisin coille (gl. barba silvana), ib. 341.40 . asara .i.
glasin lena (= gariofila agrestis), ib. 330.7 . ásfaid in glassen,
45 RC xiii 462 § 63 . ni dernad ... glaisin bhudh commaith ria,
ar cidh edach Ceniuil Fiachrach uili doberthi ina hiarcain
(leg. iarcaui? after-cup?) nos-gormfadh (of the dye), Lism. L.
4079 . lin ocus glaisin, Laws ii 370.30 Comm. glainsine
(sic), iv 276.8 Comm. fasta[d] iarcae in datha .i. corcair no
50glaisin, O'Dav. 1295 . fri bratt ngorm, | glan a glaissin,
Bruchst. i § 23 . d s. and a s. dofeotar cáircha glassin na
rigna ate the queen's woad, RC xiii 460 § 63 . na mill umam ...
in nglaisin, Lism. L. 4078 . rug L. in ngúbreith isin glaisin,
Dinds. i § 35 ( RC xv 283 ). fon roid ┐ glaisīne ┐ sep, Cáin Ad.
55 § 52 . guirmidir gas do glaisin blue as a sprig of woad, Ériu
iv 96 § 14 . g s. trian a cruib glaisne, Laws ii 372.17 . i
n-aimsir buana na glaisni, 418.5 Comm. oc denumh glaisne,
Lism. L. 4063 . lomrad na cairech il-lomrad na glasne, RC
xiii 462.2 .
60Compd. ¤ gort a field of woad: hi llomrad glassenguirt
na rīgna, ZCP viii 311.30 .
(b) By extension a dye (in general); glasen (gl. sandyx),
Sg. 69a28 .

glasfine xsee 2 glas.

65 glasgabail n some form of satire (poss. a fig. use of 1 glas):
gromfa immon nglas gabail (i.e. the vb. `gromain' is used
of the glas g. ¤ ), Laws iii 92.12 . `glas gabail' gabur di
g.g. is recited of her, v 216.6 Comm. glama gnuisi .i. in glas
gabail, 230.11 Comm. tri ruighlis ollamhan filidh .i. glamh
70diginn ┐ glas gabháil ┐ tobach do tuathaib, O'D. 1196
( H.2.15, p. 79b ). O'D. 959 ( H.3.17, c.671 ).

glasláth n ā,f. (glasláith: g s. n p. -i, IGT Decl. § 13.13 ). coll.
recruits, young untrained soldiers: n s. glas-láth Ulad,
CRR § 36 . glasláth ocus gillann-raid ḟer n-Erenn, MR
75 316.10 . Brian ┐ glaslaith Dail Cais `young champions,'
Cog. 60.4 ; 154.9 . atracht a nglasláith ┐ a n-aes óccbhaidh
`striplings,' CCath. 1720 . glasláith ┐ aos diubhraicthi na
ngall, FM vi 1964.2 . d s. and a s. da n-oes occbaid ┐ da
nglaslaith `raw recruits,' CCath. 5708 . moran do glaslath,
80 AU ii 364.z (an. 1285 ). Díarmait ... ré nglasláith nA.,
IGT Decl. exx. 641 ; 642 . go nglaslaimh, Ériu i 105.28 n.
drong mhór do ghlaslaith an tsloigh Ghall, Hugh Roe
§ 42 (22a) . genmothat gille ┐ glaslaith `boys and calones,'
FM ii 662.17 ; iii 224.1 . g s. do ṡlógh mer glasláithe, IGT
85Decl. ex. 667 . eter sirriti glaislaithe i n-urd fiansæ macruidhe,
Ériu viii 172.z . fian glaslaíth (or g p. ?), RC xviii 54.26
(Tig.). pl. sochraide mór do glasláthaibh gall, FM iii 232.7 .

glass xsee 1 and 2 glas.