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Cite this: eDIL s.v. ad-gíall(n)a or


v (gíall(n)aid) serves, is in clientship to; gives hostages to; submits to, obeys: a cóic asin chóicthigi[u] adidngíallna `and five (séts) from the five houses which serve him (i.e. from his five unfree clients)' Críth G. 356 and n. con-neuch adidṅ-gíalla `with everyone who serves him', Fél. Feb. 23 . in ṅardríg adgíallat, Ep. 60. ri ri[g] .i. ri adgiallat .uii. righ tuath a king to whom seven kings of territories owe obedience, Laws iv 346.6 . maic Fintait Mair adgialla Brega fo .vii. to whom Bregia submitted seven times, Rawl. 148b10 (= dia rogiallsat B., LL 320b52 ). ni flaith nad aicillighter, O'D. 2220 (Nero A vii, 150a). dligid cach a rér do neoch atgialltar . . . .i. in cach is flaith a rér do neoch resnadh ada-gialla do, O'D. 517 (H 3.17, c. 420). cu ra accallset sída fo thalmain dóib submitted to them, MU² 9 (perh. to be referred to ad-claid, q.v.).


Cite this: eDIL s.v. comgíall(n)a or


n (gíallnae): no (for no a n-, or in-, Ed.) déiti i comgialla `the (? their) acknowledgement in equal hostageship', Ériu xvi 183 § 39 . is la rig cach . . . bis oca oen comgiallna dó, O'Curry 1998 (H 4.22, 28). cairdiu no comgiall[a] la flaith for flaith naile, 471 ( H 3.18, 247 ).