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gléid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. gléid or dil.ie/26033

v (glé). Trans. & Intrans.

(a) Trans. makes clear, purifies (in phys. sense and fig.): cruth ron-glea a form that may purify us, Fél. Jan. 5 . gleam ar les ria n-aidche let us make our lights clear..., Auraic. 5097 . ocht n-airic[h] go ngolaige | rongléat go grīan may they make clear to us to the depths, ZCP vi 271 § 1 . srotha ionnallta an iomais | do ghlé mé m'oige eisdibh `I purified my poetic learning in them,' Content. xxii § 17 n. adorns (?): Āed ... co ngelblaid glinn glēthe rann, Bruchst. § 127 ( AFM i 252.11 [an. 1004]).

(b) Intrans. clears up, becomes clear or bright: o roglé an lá cona lanṡoilsi, Hugh Roe § 41 (21b) . Fig. an gartoirear far ghlé Conn `... where Conn was made famous,' Studies 1919, 258 § 17 . co ro gle (sic leg.) itir maithre ocus aithre, Laws i 192.14 = co roglea, O'Curry 800 ro ( H 3.18, p. 371b ). bá-sa ... i n-imṡnim mor ... co ro glé dam till I made up my mind (lit. till it became clear to me), IT i 98.16 . ? To this: gle .i. tife nó toingfe ut est gle fo erc n-ebron, O'Dav. 1026 ; cf. no. 773 and O'Mulc. 635.

(c) Trans. in fig. sense: clears up, decides (a question, dispute, etc.): co ro gleus an comtapairt sen till I had cleared up that doubt, IT i 98.16 n . coroglethe a mbrethugud, LU 8472 ( FB 33 ); 8751 ( FB 56 ). gleithir eturru a settlement is made between them, LL 118a4 . o rogléset ... a córu, TTr.² 1827 . rogle sen in curadhmir do Coin C. he adjudged ... to C., Dinds. 106 . Isaac fri dead n-aissi | glead gnima glangaisse, SR 2830 . an idh sin Morainn nó ghléedh fírinne do chách, Cóir Anm. 107 . glefid dia edruind , Ériu v 236.59 . dia nglēifidher cech caingen when every question will be solved, iii 29 § 4 . ní gleter dala lasna Déisi acht ind aidchi matters are not decided ..., Trip. i 208.23 = lvi 23 . gleithe[r] ria cach she is settled with before everyone, Laws i 138.20 Comm. fiadain ... .i. glees a n-imresain, ii 332.29 Comm. ní rogleithi gubretha, O'D. 535 ( H 3.17, c.432 ). co rogleiter (.i. co rodeili[g]ter)..., O'Curry 374 ( H 3.18, 208a ). is and gléther cert ime, O'D. 1653 ( H 5.15, 22b ). ara glethea cath Almain when the battle of A. was decided ? TFrag. 48.14 . Of computations: deich cunia co leir cia gléis..., SR 766 . léir rothuirmisemar ar crónic | cia noṅgléëd (sic leg.), Todd Nenn. 268.328 ( LL 135a23 ). cea noglea, 250.216 ( LL 134b 18 ). Of the Annalist Flann: ro glé tre a gním a guth | ré cach ríg do réidiugud `dessen Stimme hat durch ihre Tat es zu Stande gebracht,' ZCP x 271 V .

(d) concludes, finishes up, is done with: o ro glé ... a scrútan uli inna menmain, LU 8108 ( FB 8 ). o roglé a toisc, RC v 203 § 27 . o rogleset in les frisa tancatar when they had completed the work ..., Lism. L. 2030 . innisidh M. do uile mar do ghlé isin Róimh how he had completed his affairs (?), SG 32.18 . go ro gle dó a caithim uile till he had eaten it all up, BNnÉ 300 § 3 . Cf. Fél. 92.40 . o roglé dó indred ind ídhailtaighe, TTr.² 506 . co ro glea dó a foropoir indhí sin till that man's special business be finished, Mon. Tall. § 16 . is buide lem ronglēos I have done with it, Otia i 126.20 .

síst

Cite this: eDIL s.v. síst or dil.ie/37713

n [ā, f.] Apparently with short vowel in Mod.Ir. See siostghoim below and cf. sistaid.

I Of time

(a) a time, period, while : decmaic .i. sist, ut est `a beith slan ni decmaic' [.i. ni decmaing] bias slainti dó, acht dogres, O'Dav. 655 (gloss on Fél. Ep. 172 ). bid calma ár s.¤ sinni, TBC-LL¹ 3279 . siist ár marbad Airtt na n-ech, ZCP viii 264 § 18 . i sistib at times, Alex. 1026 = siste, BB 499b30 . tiagaid . . . iar sist ┐ iar selad co sliab . . ., 241a16 . snaidhmit a cuir . . . 'man sist sin for this period (viz. a year), LB 278a73 . Míchéal maraidh sé is ní sísd it is not for a while only (?), Dán Dé xxvi 56 . tigherna Caille . . . do ghuin ┐ a écc iar sist after a (short) time, AFM ii 792.4 .

(b) spell, turn, bout : uair ro ferois do siost comhlainn, ZCP x 288.31 . secht mbliadna dam forsan sist sin, Anecd. i 73 § 210 . doronsamar sist chomhráidh `we made converse for a while', BS 106.8 . roataigh rium Crist do nimh | ar ṡíst mbig do léimeandaigh, 128.4 . t'aire rum, a rí na mbreath, | dainimh sunn ar sísd don bhioth `evil my spell of life here', Aithd. D. 51.11 .

(c) a respite, a truce : nachar damadh sīst nō sealaidheacht da bar sinnseraib um an oilén sa, ML² 1545 . anaid hi sist ┐ hi ccairdes tre bithe (sic), BNnÉ 7 § 23 .

i n-óen-s. simultaneously, at the same time : is sí no fired Ultu uli i n-óens., LU 10138 . [ro] righset a lámha i n-aensist ┐ i n-aćnuair ina bord, CCath. 2119 . ro greissit uile iarum i n-enṡ.¤ (inaenfecht, v.l.) ┐ i n-én[ḟ]ábhall, 1827 . glefid dia edruind i nensist `some day or other', Ériu v 236.59 .

Acc. used adverbially: assisedar sist forsin purt oc deiscin na n-ingen, LU 10667 (glossed: .i. seal, ZCP v 524.28 ). congna lem . . . rom bíth ┐ tucus leth mo bráthar ar mo muin beir s.¤ lim help me for a bit, LU 4935 . isam aithrech, a Crist cain, | dumrad sist fo domenmain, Laws v 22.22. Comm . = Fél.² cxl 20 . comamser . . . don Chathair-seo ┐ do Chund . . . s.¤ máir, LL 315b46 . ro boi sist cen labra . . . ar uaman in sceoil, ZCP iv 384.13 . biaigh cach oc a molud | co lá bratha sist (: Crīst) all the while till doom, RC vi 176.76 . boi occa co lán-gradach sist fhota (ḟota, MS. = fota with nasalized f), PH 839 .

(d) of space, distance, interval : conaccutar tímthirecht aingel uasu s.¤ on tsligid, Fél.² cxxviii 24 = sel on tṡligid, Fél. 180.34 . sruth Tigir i Pardus buán | fota sair sist ra himluad, ZCP viii 517.5 . sist fhoda etarra. Rochluineadh-som immorro inni itbereadh, Lism. L. 4042 .

Compd. ¤goim temporary anguish : 's nach bí siostghoimh (: iostaidh) seal um chéill, Ó Bruad. ii 126.3 (`clamour-forcing anguish').