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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x see gabor.

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.

gablad

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Forms: goblad, gobhladh, gabhladh

goblad (vn. of gablaid), gobhladh, gabhladh, IGT Decl. § 11.

gablaid

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Forms: ghabhladh

v ā (gabul)

(a) branches out, spreads (intrans.): sil Gaidil gil gablas, Fél. 96.33 . fuil Chuinn do ghabhladh na gruaidh, Rel. Celt. ii 232 (vn. ?).

(b) pays as rent tax?: leth inech gablathar do flaith cétgiallna, O'Don. 512 ( H.3.17, c. 416 ).

gablaigid

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Forms: gablugadh

v (gabul)

I Intrans. branches off, esp. of a family or genealogical tree: cinnas rogablaigset clanna Noe, Rawl. 69a20 . an chlann sin is ar ghabhlaigh uatha, Hy Fiachr. 122 . na géga oda gabhlaigheadar .i. Cland Ceallaigh, Hy Many 138.15 . aenfine iat araen ... ┐ ragablaighset iat, O'Don. 2259 ( Rawl. B 506, f. 21a ). gaibhleochaid ┐ craobh- sccaoilfidh cinedh ... an fir, BNnÉ i 234 § 152 . Vn. do gabhlughud na droinge fá huaisle do Th. D.D., Keat. i 216.13 . Of the forking of a river: is aire ainmnigther Gabul dind abaind ar in gablugud dogní sí irRind dá Chluana .i. Cl. Sasta ┐ Cl. Mor, LL 159b12 (= Dinds. 11 ).

II Trans. divides, distinguishes (?): aen do na setaib gablaigter and, Laws v 58.18 Comm. (gl. aen set gabla, 16 ). Pass. part.? lethi uinge na tri set gablaigthe ann, 388.13 Comm. Vn. breithemnaigter sét do gablugadh for muin a eneclainni, iii 458.23 Comm.

1 gablán

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n goblán (dimin. of gabul) o,m.

(a) a fork, a branch of a tree: tucus gablán ... dom thig, LL 284a43 . gabhlan findchuill ina lāim, Ériu xii 144 . x. na bili trī ng.¤ ngeal, Arch. iii 242 § 13 . do chuir sí amach ... a gabhláin, Ps. lxxx 11 . In n. l. Doire an Ghabhláin, FM ii 1106.6 .

(b) a branch or offshoot (of a family or race); a scion: imda gablán do chloind Chuind ... Conn is ceand dá n- gablanaib, Hy Fiachr. 176.6 . Domhnall ... ceand a ghabláin fein, FM v 1460.6 ; 1504.1 . fíorghabhláin ar bhfiodh bhaidhe, Content. xxix § 27 . ? iomdha gobhlán (sic leg.) as ar ghin, Dán Dé xxii 34 . oidhedh cloin[n]e Huisneach ... gobhlān (sic leg. ?) oinig na Heirionn, IT ii2 144.575 . gobhláin sa ceird do chaithis `branches whose art thou didst enjoy,' Studies 1922, 411 § 16 .

(c) a branch or division of a subject: an treas gobhlán don Gháoidheilg, 23 D 14, 53.2 . atáid leamsa ... sé gabhála ... do ghobhlán uaingiuch eólais `a rare branch of knowledge,' TD 28.4 . Cf. ní bhínn ... gan ghabhlán n-uaigneach n- éolais, Studies 1918, 452 § 9 . príomhghabhláin iomdha dana funndameanndum príomhfhoghluim an dána, IGT Introd. § 2 . aithrighe chomhlán is caoi | gobhlán (sic leg.) dar n- aithnei-ne é, Dán Dé xxvii 25.

(d) a portion: beir gobhlán dá labhair libh, L. Cl. A. B. 66.35 .

(e) a branching off, a digression: tugamar anuas annso gabhlán ar na curadhaibh, Keat. ii 3311.

(f) g.¤ mara `a small creek, nook or inlet of the sea,' P. O'C.

2 gablán

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n (gabul, EIS 192 ) o,m. name of a bird (see Marstr, ZCP vii 395 ) gabhlān gaōi[the] a hawk, Eg. Gl. 10 ; `the bird called a swallow,' P. O'C. ; 'a swift, a sparrow-hawk, a chatterer' Dinn . a ghabhlain ghaoithe mhire (addressed to the pretender to private inspiration), Luc. Fid. 291.17 . gabhlán gainmhe `a sand-martin ,' P. O'C. Cf. gobhlan gainmhich `a bank-martin ,' Alex. M'Donald. As a term of disparagement: a Albanaigh, a Lochlandaigh, a goblan gorm, BB 289b19 = IT iii 70 § 20 ; 'o blue swift' EIS 135 § 4 .

gablánach

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adj (gablán) o,ā

(a) forked, branching, having ramifica- tions: an glend gabhlanach, Ériu iii 166.25 . fon Giusaigh (i.e. a wood) ... ngablanaigh, RC xliii 68 § 68 . ulcha ... ghabhlanoch fair, ZCP x 279.13 . ní ghríosfuinn ... an ccéibh ngobhlánuigh ccais ccúil, IGT Introd. § 81 . in mara ... gablanaich, of the furrowed sea, LL 236a1 ( TTr. 1407 ). cech féith gablanach, LB. 155a27 . uillennach nó g.¤ (= cor- nutus vel bifurcatus), O'Gr. Cat. 272.8.

(b) Fig. intricate: sedradh gablanach (a kind of metre), IT iii 88 § 106 . cuid ded eachtra ghabhlánaigh (gabhlannach v.l.), ITS i 110. 22 . as g.¤ in scélaigecht sin `it is a complicated bit of romance,' Acall. 3666.