gába

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pn occurs only in the name Oengus mac Oenláme Gábe, TBC 4906. 2815 (= Caime, LU). O. macc Oenláma Gábae, CRR § 8 . Lām Gābuid, ScM² § 10 , where origin of sobriquet is given. Oengus mac Lāme Gābaid, ib. O. mac Āenlaime gaibhe, ZCP xiii 169.36 . Cf. Cond mac Oenláma Caíphe, Ériu vi 150.1 .

gábad

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n danger , see gábud.

gábadán

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x see gábudán.

gabáil

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x see gabál.

gabáilche

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n ,f. (gábalach) prehensiveness, rapacity : cosmail fri sēigh é ... ar a gabāilchi, Corm. Y 1165. fallscad glámgabáilche Abartaich Celtica xiii 13.253 .

gabáiltech

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x see gabáltach.

1 gabair

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n horse , see 2 gabor.

2 gabair

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n spear (?): iarmobi beclighi bangabra treith .i. iar beith dona beoaibh ana lighi fo treith gabailrindedh, unde dixit, gabair ainm do goei, O'C. 573 ( H.3.18, 286 ). Cf. treath trident, fishing spear , O'R.

gábait

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Forms: gábaiti

n (length of vowel doubtful) a piece, a section, a division of the body (?) : co tarat bvlle do chlaidib dó co ndernai dá gabait de, TTr.² 962 , cf. TBC 1999 . dofuitet a c[h]eithri gabaidi (gábaiti , LU) for talmain, TBC² 1310 . tucastar béim tanaise dó urtharsna conid in oenḟecht rángatar a tri gaibti rainti co talmain uad, TBC 1901 . atchondairc a archoin na gabtib rointi, 1038 . fecht dia tánic sunda, mar cach ngábit ngalla | ... bó da búaib dar Banna [= ṅgaibit ṅgalla, LL 214a37 ; ngabait (: tāinic) ngalla, BB 397a27 ; ngábhaid (: ttainic) ngalla, B iii 1, 78b6 ] like any foreign object (?), Met. Dinds. iv 70.10 . gabait cliss a part (usually of the body) cut off by a skilful sword-stroke: dobert athbéim ina médi conid i n-oenḟecht condráncatar a da g.¤ chliss dochum talman, RC xiv 410 § 20 . Cf. 420 § 38 . cach bali ba réid dó na chomraictis a gabti cliss rainti mon echraid, TBC 1927 . ┐ se faen fotharsna ┐ a gabhaidi clis inairdi fair, ib. p. 247, n. 2 (here it seems to be used of a sod cut from beneath him and cast upon him).

1 gabal

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n a fork , see gabul.

2 ? gabal

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n tribute, tax ? (A.S. gafol, `rent tax, due'). ro boí rodgabáil ┐ salanngabal for Árainn, Anecd. iii 60.24 . a lethgabol étaig do brutt no da léinid no inur `half of clothes for mantle or for shirt or for tunic,' Ériu i, 220 § 14 and 224 note ( H.3.17, c. 854 ). leth-ghabhul diabalta d'íc ris (for example, in the relation between a `flaith' and a `céile' if the fief consisted of stolen property and if the `flaith' knew, but the `céile' did not know, the latter is entitled to separate, and the `leth-gabul d.' is to be paid to him in addition to `eneclann,' apparently a specific fine), O'Don. 2262 ( Rawl. B 506, f. 21c ). See also Laws Gl. s.v. leth . May be cpd. of gabál, q.v. sét gabla, a minor chattel, MacNeill, Law of Status 275, n. 3 . A sét of the lowest value, contrasted with the normal sét (= a samaisc) and the highest (clithar-sét = a milch cow or a ploughing ox). aen set gabla diri fochlaccain, Laws v 58.16 . Defined : sēt gabla ... is e as laigheam and .i. dartait firend ┐ colpac[h] bonend, nō colpach firend ┐ dartaid boinend, Corm. Y 209 (s.v. clithar sēt). cach tris sēt sét gabla, samaisc alaili, lulgach nō dam timchill arathair araile (i.e. the three séts in rising gradations, of which the highest is the `clithar-sét' or `king's sét'), ib. Same definition, Irisches Recht (Dīre) § 6 . Cf., however, set gabla .i. samusc ┐ colpthach firenn no cetloegh ┐ colpach boinen, O'C. 506 ( H.3.18, p. 257 ). brosna do setaib gabla, Laws i 478.25 Comm. Cf. cuic seoit ..., acht it seoit gabla, Laws iv 144.32 Comm. Often gl. in Comm. by gablaigid, q.v. Cf. v 58.16 , 18 ; 388.4 , 14 ; O'C. 618 ( H.3.18, p. 299 ) ; O'C. 1454 ( H.3.18, 658a ). gabhla flatha forbach .i. ate forbuain gablaighthear don fhlaith sech gach duine is isle inás levy-shares are the taxes of a lord, O'C. 1623 - 4 ( 23 Q 6, p. 7b ). O'Gr. Cat. 81.6. The earlier examples here may be attributed to gabál and the remainder to gabul, so that the word is doubtful.