gabálaid

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x see gabáltaige.

gabálta

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part. (gabál)

(a) taken up, occupied : at gabalta lama láech ra denam dunad, CRR 6.

(b) taken up, harnessed (of horses) gursad gléasta gabhalta ar ngroidhe, CRR² 5 . Cf. sogabaldai (of horses), LU 6911.

(c) With prep. in, taken as the equivalent of, assessed at : raithi sainemail ... ba gabalta i cumail é, TBC 71 ; cf. 74 (possibly a verb necess. = gabtha).

(d) Of drinks : a ndeocha garga gabhalta míne mei- sgeamhla ` fermented ,' ITS i 180.26 , Oss. iii 162.27 .

gabáltach

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adj o,ā

I Active.

(a) that which takes or apprehends ; receptive : masa gabaltach in cu if the hound is a dog of chase, Laws iii 526.6 . fri slendaibh slegh ... ngobger n-gabaltach prehensive (`gegabelt', Wi.), TBC 5652 St. aderar íle risin cét adhbar ar son a beth gabháltach, O'Gr. Cat. 243.6. cédfadh g.¤ `the receptive sense,' 36 .

(b) holding, a (land-)holder : daer da dhenam dan nGaedeal gé madh gabhaltach `that the G. should be made ignoble though a landholder,' Hy Many 142.4 .

(c) Of drinks, intoxicating : deich. xx. dabach do chuirm glain gabaltaig ` fermented ,' Acall. 2445.

II Passive.

(a) gl. captus, Ir. Gl. 594.

(b) Of diseases, contagious, infectious : as plaig ann galur gabhaltach, 23 K 42, 266.17 . ata galra Poill go gabhaltach, Flower Cat. ii 353.2 ; ní gabhaltuighe an phláigh do thaobh na ccorp iná an pecadh do thaoibh na n-anmann, Mac Aingil 211.10 . Prov.: ta mianfuighil gabháltach, Hard. ii 407.z .

gabáltaid

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n i,m. one who holds or seizes : medóntairismid no gabaltaid, Sg 37b13 (gl. mediastinus). masa gabaltaid in cu `if the dog be a hunter,' Laws iii 518.z ; 520.3 , 8 . nech genes a Cētāin ... bid tréngabāltaig (gabaltaid v.l.), ZCP x 226.2 .

gabáltaige

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n (gabáltach) ,f. power of seizing, prehensiveness ; seizure, taking : is daithi in ghabaltaighi dogni ... forsna harmu, Cóir Anm. 146 . Cf. conid Da Thi a ainm óndní is dathi gabálaid, LU 2788 [marg. gl.]. ( Arch. i 14. ) Cf. Hy Fiachr. 20 cited s.v. gabáltas. coin na tri ngním ... .i. lorgaireacht ┐ g.¤ ┐ dingbháil fir forana, O'Don. 985 ( H.3.17, c. 849 ). gabhaltaighe n-aithgina, O'C. 563 ( H.3.18, 280 - 81 ). go ngabaltaide ngell the taking of pledges, ib. 1184 ( H.3.18, 469 - 70 ). Cóic Conara 28 § 7 (`mit Annahme von Unterpfändern').

gabáltas

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n o,m.

(a) power of seizing or catching : as de adbheartha ar dhaithe a ghabhaltais ┐ a lamhaigh, Hy Fiachr. 20.4 ( YBL 191b21 ), cf. cit. from LU s.v. gabáltaige.

(b) seizure of land, invasion, conquest : do dhénamh ghabáltais égcóir i dtalam eile, SG 16 , 4 . ni tainig g.¤ i nErinn acht on domhan anoir, MS. Mat. 578.28 . Gaill do dhéanamh gabháltais orra, TSh. 5466 . Gabháltas Gall, the Norman Invasion, Keat. ii 4839 . FM v 1680.20 . Content. iv 17 . lán do thréngabaltas ar na tirthaibh uile, L. Chl. Suibhne § 2 . pl. gur léigheadh libh Gabháltais (= Lebar Gabála), Content. xv. 9 . tug an oiread so do dhúthaigh dhóibh os cionn a ngabháltuis féin in Ultaibh. in addition to their acquisitions in U. L. Cl. A. B. 50.22 (= TD ii, p. 228 ). o rosfortamhlaigh tra gabháltus Gall (.i. Búrcaigh ...) foran sliocht sin the [might of] the English invasion (i.e. the Burkes) Hy Fiachr. 70.17 .

(c) a farm, a holding : dochum leasuighthe do ghabháltuis, Parl. Chl. T. 586 . do léigeadar ar ghabháltusuibh do ghlacadh, 685 .

(d) land-tenure ; stewardship : go bhfuairsiod fearann ar ghabháltas uaidh, Keat. i 200.2 . gabháltas ar thoil an Tighearna neamhdha, TSh. 791 . tabhair cúntas do ghabhál- tais uait, 796 , 7296 (= redde rationem villicationis tuae Luc. xvi 2 ).

gabáltóir

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n i,m. a receptacle: (of the stomach) aseadh as bolg ann ball ... ata 'na gh.¤ ar oileamhuin (= `nutrienti recepta- culum'), 23 K 42, 307.20 .

gabar

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gabél

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x see gobél.

gábla

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n m. a gable (?): IGT Decl. § 2. 42 .

gablach

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(gabul)

adj I o,ā branching, forked, pronged: hi crund gablaigh (leg. gablach) Anecd. i 66 § 135 . tír na cliath ṅg.¤ LL 136b13 . dá ech gablaich sinuous (?): LU 8593 ( FB 45 ). 10200 (TEm.). bruid ... gablacha peaked (?) cloaks, RC xxi 152 § 8 . ín gae sin gabhlach, forked (?), IT iii 97 § 156 . Of hair. ód chéibh ghéagánaigh gabhlaigh `waving, parted locks,' TD 14.21 . Fig. Críth Gabhlach (name of a law treatise): cid ara neiperr C. G. ? ... ar a lin do gablaibh i fodlait(h)er grá[d] túathe, Críth Gabl. 1 . glan gablach | aue Luircc rich in descendants was the grandson of L., Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 23 . ? long lúaichet fer ng.¤ fíangalach, LU 6791 (= BDD² 305 ). Mor ua Dubthaig drongo[blaig] (i. ... dronchoibnes[saig nó dron-]diglaig), ZCP iii 224.1 ( LB 241a53 ).

See also dé-gablach, fo-gablach.

II n ā,f. a forked branch; a javelin; the forked shaft of a sling (?) (see SCano 29 and Anecd. below): ber lat in gablaig-se, Anecd. i 8.18 . sian ... na foghaid ┐ na ngabluch, RC xii 98.20 . gae ocus gablach, g.¤ ocus gai, IT iii 97 § 156 . ? gabul fuarcne .g. .i. lum gablach fuargni .i. crechtach, O'Dav. 842. Cf. `gabhla, spear, lance ,' O'R. Fig. Gablach gliad `a contentious pair,' Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 30 § 36.