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glang , gland

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n a shoulder : asglaṅg .i. ūas-glaing .i. ūas gūalaind ; glang .i. gūala, Corm. Y 7. Cf. 679 . O'Cl. gland no glang [.i.] guala, Corm. 1 (s.v. asland). glann (v.l. glang) gúala, Metr. Gl. Ff. 42 . ? To this : carpat ... cona chreit chróestana ... clangdírig, LU 6484. ro thoguib Ercuil in ri uasa glonn 'raised the king above his shoulder (?)' Stair Erc. 477 , Éigse iii 205 .

1 gúala

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n n, f. IGT Decl. § 131.

I shoulder : glang .i. guala unde dicitur asclang .i. ōs gūaluinn mbīs, Corm. Y 679 = Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 23 . in doit cusin alt na gualand, Thr. Ir. Gl. 17.10 . co ránic aidlend a gualand, TBC-LL¹ 779 . delgnach gualann a shoulder-joint, Laws v 354.5 . geibthi ar gúalaind `she catches him by the shoulder,' LU 3351 ( SCC 14 ). co n-dechaid a máel asa gualaind, TBC-LL¹ 1184 . an delg do beit for a ... ngualaind, Laws iii 290.17 Comm. cinnas dothíagat? ... gúalaind fri gúalaind `shoulder to shoulder,' LU 8704 ( FB 53 ). deca a gúalaind lán do glain, LU 3596 ( SCC 30 ). batar forardu moethgelu a dha gúaluinn, IT i 120.2 . frie glend a da gualann, FB 37 (Eg.). bar lebennaib scíath as guallib feróclách, TBC-LL¹ 2745 . a sceith ar ghuaillibh a n-gaiscedach, MR 140.9 . berthai slechtai co gūaille, TBC-I¹ 16 . i cruas bur cridedh ┐ i mbonnaibh bur nguailled `in the basis (?) of your shoulders,' CCath. 5039 . ag briseadh na bruighne d'a nguaillibh, ITS v 178.28 . tús gach cuirn comhóla, guala gach righ ┐ gach ro-flatha [the right] to sit next to every king (perquisites levied by S. Molaise on a certain tribe), BNnÉ 248 § 200 . do chláon a ghúala diomchur úaluigh, Gen. xlix 15 . tuiteadh mo righ ó chlár mo ghúalann, Job xxxi 22 . clocha marmair ar a nguailnibh, TSh. 666 . guaille caoile narrow shoulders, ZCP v 222.681 . arrainneach' in do ghuailleach' `darting pains in your shoulders,' ITS xvii 157.932 . a ghuala nár uaisligh ar mh'ísle (of a friendly patron), Hackett xxxix 23 . fear aonghualann comrade, friend, DDána 80.7 . Of the slopes of a hill : guailli cnuic, IGT Decl. ex. 1911 . do gualainn beside : do ibhinn fíon dā ngúaluinn, KMMisc. 352 § 4 . for (ar) gualainn beside : dofessid for gúalaind Conchobair, LU 8075 ( FB 5 ). gurbo dingmála di righ í for a gūalainn, ACL iii 308 VII 16 . a shetig for a gualaind, PH 854 . robōi ōclach ... i cathāir ghloinidhe ... ┐ ingen ... ar gūalaind in ōglaich, ZCP v 501.29 . docuir an t-imper Sir Gyi ara gualaind budhéin, vi 52.14 . .x. ridire ar gualainn a chele, RC xix 138.3 ( Fier. 109 ). ba bhinn ár nduais ar ghualainn Eamuinn aird (the poet of his patron), Hackett xix 14 . da ndearna orm am tualaing | maoidheamh éacht ar a ngualainn to match them, Content. xviii 38 . g.¤ ar gualainn la contemporary with : gualadh ar ghualainn leis an ttreas cceud bliadhain d'aois ar ttigherna, Luc. Fid. 193.11 .

Compds. ¤chor shoulders : nochtais a chlaideb os a gel gualandchor, TBC-LL¹ 1881 ; eter a dá gelgualannchor, BDD § 100.9 . osa gel gualandchor, LL 72a17 . ¤tiug thick-shouldered : gabair ... gasta gualandtiug, TTebe 2279 .

stíall

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Forms: stéill

n ā, f. (see Pedersen Vgl. Gr. i 199 ). Note also n. pl. tri stéill , LU 8731 , TBFr. 74 . strip, panel, slat, zone, border (consisting of cloth, wood, metal, etc.).

(a) Of clothes, etc.: sdīall .i. is dī īall idi .i. dī lēinid. Uel quasi stiad .i. is dī īadtar in muinchille, Corm. Y 1182 . ? `stiall' fúathróg ro fionnadh, Metr. Gl. 15 § 35 . stēlla dubglasso impu ┐ bruit līn dark grey bands (?) (of crotbuilg harp-bags), ZCP iv 36.4 = sella, TBFr. 103 .

(b) Of the structure of houses, furniture, etc.: sdiall .i. clár, go sdiallaibh airgid .i. go gcláraibh, O'Cl. tri stéill chréduma i taulaich in taige three bronze slats, LU 8731 ( FB 55 ). trí stéill chrédumai i n-aulaith cecha imda, secht stíalla umai ón damdabaich co cléithe issin tig, TBFr. 74 (`rods', Études Celt. ii 3 § 7 ). imduí Conchobair i n-airenuch in tigi co stiallaib airgit . . . cona steill airgit uasind ríg . . . inum (sic leg.) no búaled Concobar co fleisc rígda in steill contoítis Ulaid uli fris, LU 10124 ff . sdiall airgid aenghil a timchell na corudh sin `a border' (of an enclosed weir), BCC 386.28 .

(c) Common in phr. s.¤ ar chopur, apparently some kind of panelling or wainscoting used in the construction of houses: stiall ar capar d'airged `a wainscot of silver', RC xxvi 136 § 10 = ix 18 § 15 . stiall ar chapur d'argad glang[lu]air, Snedg. u. Mac R 9 § 10 . stiall ar capar do deircibar cach teach, Anecd. i 1.5 . stiall ar chopur do derggibur a teg ┐ na imdada `a wainscot of red yew', Ériu iv 30 § 21 . tuilg umpa d'iobhar .i. sdiall ar chapur, TFrag. 8.10 . s.¤ ar chapur hé íar n-íchtur ┐ tugi slinded íar n-úachtur (a house), LU 10122 .

Ref. perh. to land, territory in: treb Zabuloin na stiall ng[l]an, LB 124a51 = treabh Stabulon na stiall nglan (`of the bright girdles'), Keat. iii 2035 (cf. the compd. ¤phortach infra and Joshua xix 10 ff . ). Perh. torn strip in: do ní strócach ┐ stialla dhíobh, ITS xxiv 74.4 (or leg. stiallad?). Cf. stíall, strócadh `rent', Eg. Gl. 544a (cf. stíallaid).

Note also: cro a ssdiallaib, Laws i 152.26 Comm . , etymol. gloss on: im criol, 150.9 .

Compds. ? ¤acra: stiallacra cach ropach ferge dogniat carait, O'Curry 228 ( H 3.18, 124 ). ¤bán having white strips (ref. to clothes?): tri meic Beóain meic Stairn stialbain, LL 7b18 ( Leb. Gab.(i) 90.18 ). ¤chleth panel, stave (?): ceand esgrach na naballgort | adbha dona hiathbheachaibh | muine lucair ara lar | ata sdabh do sdiallcleathaib, IT iii 89 § 113 . ? ¤chúis: eachtrannaigh eatortha le stiallchúis (sic MSS.) áir, Hackett xvii 3 (Ed. prints stiallchas = stiallachas tearing, rending). ¤phortach possessing land in strips (? cf. LB 124a51 supra): in tres crand . . . la treb sdialportaig Zabulon, BB 244b37 = la treib Zabuloin, YBL 295a25 .