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forbrú

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Forms: forbru

n (pl.) (brú) eyebrows: etir forbru ┐ gruade, Ml. 39c12 . frisna gruade ┐ frisna forbru ib. 15 . g p. inna forbru (gl. superciliorum) ib. 13 . For form cf. GOI 197 , 199 , and for later forms and spellings, O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 216 .

forrduba

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n eyelids: forrdhubha a ṡúl, Psalms xi 4 . Proverbs iv 25 , etc. O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 216 , takes this to belong to a development of forbrú , q.v.

gruad

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Last Revised: 2019

Forms: grúadh, gruaidh, gruaidh, gruad, grode, gruade

n s, n. (?) m. and f. in Mid. and Mod. Ir. : grúadh f., IGT Decl. § 39 ; m., ib. § 44 ; gruaidh m. and f., ib. § 45 ; gruaidh f., ib. § 14 .

I a cheek : gruad (gl. mala), Sg. 14a13 . grode (gl. frontem), Philarg. vi 22 ( Thes. ii 46.28 ). g pl. innan gruade , (gl. genarum), Ml. 39c14 . a pl. etir forbru 7 gruade, 39c12 . gena gruaidh, Ir. Gl. 39 . in gruad mar in fuil, IT i 71.18 . samail grúadi Labrada, LU 3628 ( SCC 31 ). gabais a gruaide i nnairide a anacuil, Ériu xvi 38.12 ( H 3.18, 364b ). digabaid si a da ngruad `she grasps his two cheeks' (seeking protection), ZCP iii 252.27 ( Ériu xi 95.4 ). is de no geibed Ingcél gruad ┐ fír ui Necae, RC xxii 403.2 . da ngruád gormgela cróderca, LU 8676 ( FB 51 ). i cechtar a da gruad, LU 3814 ( SCC 37 ). cuirre ina córr aurócbala a dhá gruad, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 36 (s.v. prúll) . do lar a gruade (gruaidi v.l.), TBC-LL¹ 2604 . co m-boi for a grúad sechtair, ib. 2605 . cethri tibri díb cechtar a dá grúad, ib. 1374 . dona gruadib (gl. genis), Gild. Lor. 114 . dona gruadib (gl. maxillis), ib. 124 . do cuiredh [bolgha for a ngruadaib], Laws i 24.12 Comm. dia grisedh gruad for blistering of cheeks (?), iv 346.1 Comm. coimdilius dia diguin no dia sarughudh, no gruaidhe gris, 12 Comm. nico tald som der dia gruad `he did not stay to wipe the tear from his cheek,' Mon. Tall. 153 § 66 . uchān a Chrīst cāid | gan sruthān dom grūaid, ACL iii 232 § 3 . na gruaidhe arna nglasbhánadh, TSh. 1094 . thug me ... mo ghruaidhe don druing do tharruing an fiionnadh asta, Isaiah 1 6 . tá (a) gruaidh mar ros a'drithle, ITS xvii 109.11 .

Fig. with reference to shame or honour shown by the cheeks : rap' aithrech r'a gruad in gáir `repentant for her honour the shout,' Ériu vii 229.14 . fōcraim-si dōibh gīallu grūaidhe, ACL iii 297 § 47 ; ib. § 31 . demnigur dim gruadib I prove by my honour (?) (lit. by my cheeks), Laws i 10.28 . is dílsigud ṁbreithri, is tánsemad ṅgrúaide ... do ríg Hérenn díultad húad fri dáimh ... n-énmna it is a violation of [his] word, it is a reproach (?) of [his] honour to the King of Ireland to ..., RC xxii 394.6 (BDD app.). ar is é triar fil fri dīgail | dīghna duaine | feōlda fichdha teōra ingne | gríbhdai grūaide the three griffin's talons that scratch the cheek (i.e. the three kinds of satire referred to in § 47 ), ACL iii 297 § 48.

Compds. ¤áluinn : óclach gasta gruadhalainn, TBC-LL¹ 5546 . ¤brec dapple-cheeked, freckled (?) : Ailbe Gruadbrec, Acall. 2104 . ¤chorcra rosy-cheeked : bandtracht find grūadhcorcra, ZCP v 502.17 . ¤gel fair-cheeked : an gruaidhghil bind brágaitghil, Ériu iv 214.8 . ¤sholus bright-faced : Genonn Gruadsolus, TBC-LL¹ 5493 . Ipomedon ... gruad-solus, TTebe 1441 .

II `the brow, the edge of a ridge or furrow ,' Coneys : inna gruade vel inna díxa `the convexities or the heights' (gl. convexa), Ml. 96c9 . for grūaid Lifi lir co tráig, Hail Brigit 12 § 1 . for gruaid Ailig `on the brow of A.,' Metr. Dinds. iv 98.102 . ós grúaid maige Eolairg áin, Metr. Dinds. iii 120.10 . dar slim-grúad sóer Sen-Charmain, ib. 2.16 . ós grúaid a liac budi báin, ii 12.30 . fo gruadibh in nime atuaith 'under the convexities of the heaven beyond the horizon to the north,' TBith.² 137 § 29 .​ bain clais is gruadh iomuire the edge of a ridge, Gadelica i 128.605 (PCT).

Compd. gabhla gruaidhfhliucha glenn `the wet-cheeked bifurcations of the glens,' O'Gr. Cat. 459.4.

sechi

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Forms: sechit, sechitat, sechipad, sechip, sicib

pron. indef. See GOI § 461 (b) and 466 . Used before nominative of personal pronouns and nominative and dative without preposition of substantives, and before substantives preceded by a prep. (when folld. by a subst. this may or may not be preceded by a pron.): sechi chruth, Wb. 5b18 . sechi donaib anetarcnaidib `to any strangers whatever', Ml. 31a17 (gl. ad quoscumque ignotos). sechi ó óenrainn gl. ex una qualibet parte, Thes. ii 2.25 ( Acr. 4c1 ). Cf. i sachi retib gl. in quibus autem rebus, ZCP vii 482.18 ( Enchir. Aug. 75b ), which Thurneysen, loc. cit. says `is probably a Latinism'. Coalesces with copula: indic. pres. pl. 3 sechit háe, Ml. 101d4 . sechitat n-é (sic MS.), Thes. ii 25.38 ( BCr. 35d5 ). subj. pres. s. 3 sechib ed dliged són, Sg. 181a8 . sechip ed, Ml. 120c1 . subj. past s. 3 sechipad ed, 39c15 . In later texts the form is sechip -b, sicib -p. See below.

Archaic form: saichi crud, Wb. 23b22 (a prima manu).

whoever, whatever : adgenammar a séis sechip hé no-da-pridcha `we know his meaning, whosoever he be that preaches it', Wb. 14d28 . séchip hé dán . . . doberthar do neuch, 13a3 . sechib grád i mbether and imp óge fa lánamnas, 10a18 . sechi hed ríi a less `whatsoever she may need', 7b3 . rodchluinethar s.¤ he `who hears it, whoever he be', Ml. 129c19 (gl. auditori). a persainn s.¤ si `in whatever character', 115a2 . s.¤ dú nutsoesiu `wherever thou turnest', 112b6 . a duini s.¤ tú `O man whosoever', 70d4 (gl. té, . . . talia agente). s.¤ sí dia rignaib gl. reginam quamlibet, 65d8 . sechip sí fochaid imbé nech, 53b1 . sechitat hé gl. (solidas) quasque (materias), 51d7 . combad frisna gruade ┐ frisna forbru citacomairsed sechipad ed dodaíssed whatever might come to them, 39c15 . etir in dobrethir s.¤ ssí ┐ remsuidigud `or between any adverb whatsoever and . . .', Sg. 27a18 . im dán toísig nó thánaisi, sechib dán (sicib MSS.) di[i]b, Críth G. 323 . secip tacra dogniat na haicneada, O'Curry 250 ( H 3.18, p. 145a ). clad-bla; crich son íncoisce duae, na urclaide, no rath, no feart, no secib duae `or any mound whatever', Laws iv 144.16 Comm . secip leth tíasat ind ócdaim . . . bad and sein . . . in whatever direction, Trip.² 2990 . sicip hé dígbas in n-eclais, 751 . secip blas bá mellach la nech fogebed fair, LU 1787 (ICM). secip drúi co ṅdíchur eluda draidechta na Cristaige, ticed chucum-sa `if there be any magician who can . . .', PH 1172 . secip foradh-chnoc ard . . . i n-a tteicēmadh imat snechta . . . dó, Fl. Earls 192.27 . seicibtan .i. gibe tráth no uair, O'Cl.

? To this: intan asberar is ed a cheann sechis (? leg. sechi ed) ceann fir on no mna, Auraic. 544 .