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ainble

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n [, f.] (anbal). Somet. used as opp. of féle, see ainféile. shamelessness, excess; wickedness: anbli .i. nemnari oc cungid neich, RC xxvi 22 § 58 . fogni feile do anble, O'D. 2208 (Nero A vii f. 143b). as a.¤ .i. is ainbfial no as latrandta, O'Curry 1908 (23 P 3, 23 (21)d). ainbhle .i. ainféile no olcas, O'Cl. ainbli gnuisiu, Gael. 50 , 129 ( Blathm. 409 . ). tabair dam dilgud hi fus / dom' ainblib dom' aneolaus, SR 820 . cia robai do anble a rád / airmi aidbli nan-ilgrád though it be vain to say it, 821 . a.¤ angluinne, TBC-LL¹ 5638 . celid serc a.¤ ┐ olc, LL 18748 . —forriuth a n-enech . . . —is anble sin, ol F., IT i 141.28 ( Comp. CC 7.y ). eochair éta anble, ZCP vi 270 § 10 . descaid a.¤ ainecna, Anecd. iii 15.z . tír co n-a.¤ is co n ecóir, Rawl. 78b12 . cáinti a cane .i. o choin, ar is anble ┐ aursaire a ndan dib līnaib, O'Mulc. 202 . drisiuc . . . .i. is cú ar amainsi nó ar anble, O'Dav. 724 . do Bhrian nar fhoghluim ainbhle (.i. amhnáire, ainfhéile no olcas), Hard. ii 290.2 . In cheville: cen a.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iii 340.1 . LL 1910 .

airsaire

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n name for some kind of unpleasant noise, din, clatter(?): for lār tigi i fail a.¤ fodla, Ériu xix 83 § 11 . a.¤ fodhla .i. áit ambí gáir fán roinn, O'Cl. cāinti a cane .i. o choin, ar is anble ┐ aursaire a ndan dib līnaib, O'Mulc. 202 . is oc Tuaith Dé arrícht ilach ┐ éigem ┐ airsaire ... airsaire ar ainble 'it is the Tuath Dé who invented war-cry and outcry and tumult ... tumult in iniquity', BBCS xxxix 28 § 8 . As n. pr. Broimm . . . Ochsud ┐ Ersaire, the three `drúith' of the Tromdám, LL 3446 . See comirsire.

1 berrach

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n ā, f. prob. a use of berach. cane : muir marb . . . ┐ fássaidh b.¤ uirre . . . fo premhuib na berruighe (berruidhe, MS.) sin, Maund. 161. deoch maith . . . doniter do premaibh na berruighi da ndentur in siucra, 128 .

? 2 do-etha

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v ā (dí-eth-) comes from: is tre ḟír flaithimon cland a cáne caín-tussimer deraib detha 'c'est par la justice du souverain qu'est bien engendrée la progéniture conforme à sa loi, qui provient de femmes', Études Celt. xxi 156.51 .

gáinne

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n a dart, a javelin : `a reed, cane , arrow ,' O'R. Poems le gainnibh gera ┐ ... le soigdib, ZCP vi 46.26 . le slegaibh ... ┐ le gainnib gera, 60.21 . fuile fuirtbe gainne .i. cend fuirtbe āir, TBC-I¹ 1082 . Fig. gáinnidhe an ghráidh cholnaidhe ón cholainn, TSh. 10778 . See O'Rahilly, EIHM 519.

gilcach

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n o, m. occas. ā, f. reed, cane , broom : gilcach quia locis in gelidis nas[c]itur , Corm. Y 704 . Cf. O'Mulc. 653 . gl. arundo, Ir. Gl. 933 . gl. genista, ACL i 335.83 . in gilcach genestula, RC ix 235.43b. getal .i. gilcach, Auraic. 5521 . One of the `losa feada,' Laws iv 148.2 . lūth leighe .i. gilcach ar imat a īcce, Anecd. iii 43.19 . críonfuidh an giolcach agus an soileastar, Isaiah xix 6 . g s. coirt gilcaighe, O'Don. Suppl. (fr. Med. Ms.). croicinn gilcaighi, Irish Texts v 82.25 . a maide giolcuighe briste `bruised reed,' Isaiah xxxvi 6 . slat ghiolcuigh, Matthew xxvii 29 . pl. na giolcuigh pháipéir papyrus reeds, Isaiah xix 7 . An g.¤ sléibhe gl. genestula ; giolcach nimhe = butcher's broom, P. O'C.

gláede

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n (< O. F. glaive, ZCP xiii 146 )

(a) a dagger, a knife : tuc se buille ... do glaedhe greannmur guasachta, ZCP vi 288.30 . glaeidhe gerfhaebrach robúi rena thaebh, 79.15 . pl. glaedhi aga ngormudh `daggers being sharpened,' 29.5 . Also glæe: etir cloidem ┐ biail, eter gāe ┐ glæe, ZCP xiii 146.z .

(b) the blade of a reaping-hook: don ghlaid ghoirmleathain chorráin, Gadelica i 44 ( PCT 287 ). `glaid a sword, a large knife ,' P. O'C. Cf. `gled, a cane sword used by bullies at fairs,' Manners and Customs i ccccxliv n. See glaí.