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béicced

Cite this: eDIL s.v. béicced or dil.ie/5547

 

vn. of béiccid. act of shouting, crying out, roaring, etc.: dul fo eghem ┐ beciud cry (of distress, `i.e. following the hue and cry', Plummer MS. notes), Anecd. iii 22.7 . ēgem . . . .i. capra .i. béced doni bleating, Corm. Y 542. na denad beicida `let him not . . . shout', Rosa Angl. 242.18 . ro-ss-lēic [in leac oigridh] bēiceadh . . . ōs aird, Fl. Earls 56.18 . gol-gháire, búdhaire, béiceadh (of sounds of lamentation), TSh. 6539. In compds.: co closs in bladhbhéced sin ilmílti for cach leth `loud clamour' (of a trumpet), Stair Erc. 174. la torrainnbeicedh a ttrompadh ┐ a ttapúr `loud braying' (Gloss.), Hugh Roe² 176.x . ro clos búireadh-bhéiceadh na mbóthainteadh, AFM vi 2016.15 .

erp, eirp, erb

Cite this: eDIL s.v. erp, eirp, erb or dil.ie/20328

 

Forms: heirp, erb, herbind, earbaibh

n n (?), f. a she-goat; doe; roe: heirp (gl. capra ) Sg. 48a10 . 61a13 (gl. dama). erb quia [h]erbis pascitur , Corm. Y 552 . O'Mulc. 425 . Phil. Soc. Trans. 1859 , 183 (< H 3.18, 70a ). earb .i. fearbóg, .i. cenél fiadha, O'Cl. luathithir fri heirb `quick as a roe' MacCongl. 63.8 . g s. menn erbo (.i. laog bó) i ndiaigh na ellto, ACL iii 310 § 2 . go luas faindli no eirbi, ZCP x 298.14 . Cf. biann n-erbbad, LL 249a21 = RC xxiv 145.28 . bian ḟerbbad, ZCP iv 36.4 . n p. na herbind immomnacha (gl. timidi damae) Sg. 62a2a . d p. erb d'earbaibh , IT iii 90 § 123 (d'ferbaibh i ndairib v.l. Thurn. Zu Ir. Hss. i 67 ). Cf. 1 ferb(b).

gábud

Cite this: eDIL s.v. gábud or dil.ie/25066

 

Forms: gábhadh, gáibthib, gabthib, gaibthi, gaibti, gaibte, gaibthe, gaibthi

n u, o, m. g s. always -aid. gábhadh m. (g s. -aidh), IGT Decl. § 11 . d p. gáibthib, Wb. 15d28 . Hy. vi 26 . gabthib LU 9340 . a p. gaibthi (: tánti), LL 198a30 (= gáibthe: táinte, Metr. Dinds. iii 82.71 , v.l. gaibti, gaibte. Cf. gaibti pl. of gábait, TBC-LL¹ 1901 ?). gaibthe, PH 4861 . g p. gaibthi, ZCP v 524.23 . danger, peril, stress: in gáibthib (gl. in necessitatibus), Wb. 15d28 . nírbo diūir in gābud, Hy. v 31 . ar gūasacht, ar gābud, vi 24 . Cf. PH 4861 . ronn-ain ar cech ṅgábud, Fél. Oct. 29 . Hy. v 89 . TSh. 4100 . íar mórgábud, FA 22 . gan grāin rē ńgābhadh, ML² 1303 . gabuth ... vel gaboth .i. buith i ngaib, O'Mulc. 604 . (In H 3.18, 81c s.v. gabat, the three articles 603-5 in O'Mulc. appear as one, ending ... .i. bot ingaib gabar .i. a capra .) adfét dún ní dona morgabthib rogábi, LU 9340 . mór ngaibhthi (.i. baeghail nó gúasachta), ZCP v 524.23 = mórgaibthiu, Ériu xii 154 § 19 . ag faghail gháibhti, `encountering dangers,' Duan. F. i 64.34 . fuair mor do ... dochar ┐ do ghaibhthibh mora, TTebe 27 . ar guinib, ar gāithfib (= gáibthib), ZCP x 346 § 10 . a n-uighbheam ... do ghabhthaibh, TD 13.36 . fer fuair ... gáibhthe, AFM vi 2350.19 . a n-éc do gábud na gorta, from the stress of hunger, LB 155a38 . re gabad na gealtachta with the stress of frenzy, MR 232.9 . Cf. teidhm tinnesa ┐ gabhadh ger eassláinte, AFM vi 2234.8 . g s. as attrib.: ar gach dáil ghabhuidh, ZCP x 277.13 . ger bhert gábhaid, BNnÉ 241.5 . a aichre a mbern gāboidh, Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1919, v 93 § 30 . gur gab grinni na slega greim gaba[i]d (sic leg.) i Conan, MR 264.25 . i ngurt ghabhaidh, TD 10.29 . ?Lám Gābuid (nickname of a man who had his hand cut off), ScM. § 10 . (But see gába.) Hence the feeling caused by danger, fear (?): san oidhce do éirghedh gan gabhadh, BNnÉ i 136 § 5 . stress of necessity: dia tecmai gabud i n-agui a n-eurca if need [for them] arise at the proper time of their payment (of the seven loans that incur honour-price if not returned at the specified time), Laws v 372.12 , 13 .