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glanad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. glanad or dil.ie/25975

 

u, m. vn. of glanaid, q.v.

(a) cleansing, purification ; revision, correction (of literary work) : duesta mu glanad-sa my purification is lacking, Ml. 71c19 . tórmaig ... ar ṅg.¤ hua dualchib, 105d4 . isin glanad (gl. in absolutionem), 114d5 . in glanto (gl. expiationis), 51a20 . purgo latine .i. glanad , Corm. Y 705 . glanad mo lām indat to wash my hands in thy blood, TBC-I¹ 1198 . topor ... do glanad (diúnach, LB) ... anmand inna fírén, LU 2096 ( FA 16 ). tene bratha dia nglanad, Mon. Tall. § 6 . bliadain glantai `a year of cleansing,' § 42 . PH 1144 . smacht nem-glanta na rot the fine for non-cleansing of the roads, Laws v 476.16 Comm. naoimh-sheanchusa na hEirionn ... ar na nglanadh ┐ ar na leasugad revised and corrected, MS. Mat. 549.10 . fáidh glanta na Gaoidheilge (of a poet), DDána 73.43 . ag gaibhnib glanta ár gcerdcha `... who purged my art,' O'Gr. Cat. 475.21 . go dtugadar ollamhain an tseanchusa faill ina ghlanadh, Keat. i 84 . a lámha do ghlanadh as to wash his hands of it, TSh. 1183 . uisce glanta the water of expiation, Numbers viii 7.

(b) clearing out, removing : glanadh (i.e. in tige) ar a chind o cach daescursluag, Laws i 72.28 Comm. mad fir-glanadh re flaith ane `a true removal to another chief,' ii 330.9 Comm. iar nglanadh do ṡlogh ... os ur na habhann, AFM vi 2032.15 . iar nglanad ind áir, LU 7977.

(c) Leg. clearing onself by oath : in glanadh so do dhénadh = ad purgacionem admittantur, O'D. 582 ( H 3.17, c. 445 ). in t-aidni ... noco n-uil acht glanadh ┐ cinnedh luig ┐ aincesa atarru ┐ in t-ollam, Laws v 100.22 Comm.

(d) Gram. eliding, elision : glanad .u.s. elision of u and s, Sg. 15b3 . `um' do glanad i nderiud ferso, 136a1 .