gaét

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(M.Ir. vn. of gáetaid, Ériu xxxiv 118 ) act of wounding, cutting: gaed .i. guin, Lec. Gl. M 164 . ? misi da gaod do cenn did-sa, RC xiv 452.9 (FB2 § 95) . Gæd, Leod, Letrad (names of three spears) Heldensage 559 .

gáetaid

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v (formed from past pass. of gonaid) wounds, kills : galgat .i. tria gail gætas .i. gonas .i. marbas, Corm. Y 700 (additional article). gáetar lunni loscudi, LU 10382 = gætar luinne losscaide, ZCP iii 256.20 (Toch. Em.) = gétar luindi losscude, Compert Con Culainn (Van Hamel) 58.14 . nis- gaotar condercle `to mercy violence may not be done,' O'Gr. Cat. 144.4 Cf. gaedad (gaed M 164 ) .i. guin, Lec. Gl. 350.

1 gáeth

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Forms: gáith

adj o,ā wise, intelligent, shrewd ; skilful (?) : n p. gáith, gl. intelligentes, Wb. 2206 . gáoth .i. glic, Eg. Gl. 372 . O'Cl. óir is ionann gaoith ┐ eagnaidhe, Keat. ii 157 . nirubtar gáitha for comairli, Wb. 1806 . Am gáeth i mbretaib, LU 10286 ( IT i 324.z .). LU 10628 ( IT i 141.5 ). bát umal múnta ó gáethaib, LU 3490 ( SC § 26 ). A árim ... ní fil ic gáethaib, LU 2870 . ainmnidach cach gæth, Arch. iii 230 ( Aib. Cuigne 138 ). Cuin deiligter é ma aís in druth é no in gaeth ? `... whether he is a fool or a sensible person,' Laws iii 156.18 . dilmuin do boethuib nad n-airliut gaith, ii 82.7 . is ed dlegar don aos gaoth | tincosc in neich bus robaoth, ZCP vii 298.1 . teit ... co gaothu Ulath (i.e. the elders or leading men), O'C. 777 ( H.3.18, 364b .) FM i 246.10 . Cf. Laws i 72.27 Comm. comall ṅ-gáith (a cheville), TBC 3663 . gaeth a clerigh `wise are her clerics,' BCC § 275 . Greccach gaoth `a wise Greek,' Leb. Gab. i 38.z . is mé a-déaradh do ghuth ghaoth `as a wise reproach,' Dán Dé xxvi 10 . Compar. ni rubai ... gein bad gáithiu, Ériu iv 24 § 10 . Superl. brit[h]im bes goithium ┐ bes craibdigim, Anecd. iii 22.11 . Compar. for superl. cach ní ... bá gáithiu dá ṅgillaraid, LL 219b1 ( TTr. 170 ). besa gaithe .i. i necna who is the wisest, Laws iv 374.11 . As npr m. Gáeth mac Ingáeth, Rawl. 162g37 .

Compds. ? ¤aibel wise, clever at flattery (?) : Palamides ... fer gaethaibel, BB 427b49 . ¤fognam : inmuin leisin lāechadbar do gāethḟognam re gaisced skilful practice of arms (?), ZCP xiii 15.16 . ¤gal wise valour (?) : fri gaethgail gnim, SR 5003 . laith gaithgaile (sic leg.) na nGrec, BB 413b12 . ¤galach : fer ... bruthach gaethgalach, BB 427b47 .

2 gáeth

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Forms: gaíth

n ā,f. O.I. gaíth wind : is acher in gaíth innocht, Thes. ii 290.1 . an durinfid gaith when the wind had blown, Ml. 96c4 . cloi gaithe, gl. turbo, Sg. 93a4 . cid gáithe (gaethe v.l.) déne, Hymns ii 39. for láim deis ... don prím- gaíd, Bcr. 19c2 ( Thes. ii 13.31 ). Ml. 67d9 . it anman aier níuil ┐ gaitha, 120d11 . Ri roordaig ocht ṅgaetha, SR 45 . rodelb ... na hocht ngaetha, Laws i 26.27 Comm. cairm itat adbai na ṅgaeth, SR 7941 . For colours of winds see 53 - 80 and Laws i 26 . goíth imómain `wind of terror' (?), LU 7446 ( BDD 101b ). ic lécud gáithi ┐ grene fóe letting wind and sun play on him, TBC 1702 . ba samalta ... ra sidi répgaithi erraig, 3382 . lúathidir gaíth n-erraig, LU 3809 ( SC § 37 ). Cog. 182.7 . grian d' a loscud ┐ gaeth do dula úad (a curse), RC xiii 52 § 40 . ar toirling da each ac ligen gaíthe futhi letting it get wind, xix 262 (Fier.). in feidm rothógad-san ara gualainn ní fuigthi a Temraig nech dobered gáoth eter hé ┐ lar ... anyone who could lift it high enough to let wind blow between it and the ground, ZCP xiii 199 § 11 . Cf. FB 26 . athach gáithe, IT i 131.4 . tri fuasnad ... ngoithe, PH 4117 . Cog. 182.13 . goeth di muir Muiredach, Rawl. 116a48 ( Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 29 § 24 ). ingen gáithe. i. blogh don gaith.i. in anal (a kenning), O'Dav. 1097 . gairm i n-agidh gaíthi (of a fruitless undertaking), ZCP iv 469 § 20 . d' eirigh gaoth idir dá sgód orrainn (i.e. a favourable wind), ITS i 24.9 (see RC xxxix 194 ). iarna fogluasacht don maeth-gáith moved by the soft wind, TFerbe 75 . ic lánṡeolad ri leth-gaethaib, LL 236a34 ( TTr. 1431 ). goetha luatha loisctecha, IT i 190.27 . ar neimhibh na ngaeth `against the poisons of the winds,' Ériu iv 236 § 7 . TTebe 228 . teach ... tre nach cuireann gaoth ghlór, DDána 119.25 . coilech gaithe a weather-cock, Ir. Gl. 510 . gaoth ghuairdeáin a whirlwind , Celtica i 379 . gáeth rúadh a blasting , 1 Kings viii 37 . gruaimín gaoithe (?), 23 G 24, 239.25 (Aodh mac Cuirtín). Gobha Gaoithe (npr m.), Oss. iv 20.19 . Fig. a cholann Iosa fhuair gaoith ... that received the breath of life, Dán Dé xxvi 24 . gaoth na glóire díomhaoine, TSh. 878 . gaoth no sbiorad eigin phriobh- aideach, Luc. Fid. 292 . téit re gaíth goes mad (lit. goes with the wind) : co ndeachaigh re gaith ┐ re gealtacht, CF 317 . can tocht re gaith, Cog. 182.22 . Cf. madra gaíthe a mad dog : e féin do ṡeachnadh ar mhadraibh gaoithe (transl. Spanish `can rabiosa'), Corp. Astron. 134 . (Calamentum) a thabhairt ... don duine ghearras madradh gáoithe ... ┐ fóiridh iad, 23 K 42, 380.13 .

Compds. ¤buadartha wind-tossed : is gaoth-bhuadhartha geimhre[adh], Todd iv 62.2 . ¤garg (?) fierce as the wind (?) : airi raloisc Hercoil ard | daig rogab galar gaethgarg, LL 143b28 ; cf. galar garbgaeth ` sharp disease ,' 127a38 ( MacCarthy 150.10 ). ¤méide ` wind-swept gullies ,' O'Gr. Cat. 459.10 . ¤muir a windy sea : go ttille an ghaothmhuir a geóin, Studies 1921, 74.4 . ¤rian a stormy sea, Met. Dinds. ii 38 . ¤ṡluagh the fairy host (coming on the wind) : re gredhain gaethsluaigh, Acall. 938 n . ¤ṡnechta wind-drifted snow : garbha gáoithṡnechta, Buile Ṡ. 90 § 45 ( Buile Ṡ.² 1361 ).

3 gáeth

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Forms: gaoth

n m. and f.(?) the sea, a stream, an estuary . gáoth .i. fairrge, Eg. Gl. 374 . O'Cl. gaeth .i. muir, H.3.18, 468 . gaoth a shallow stream into which the tide flows and which is fordable at low water, O'Don. Suppl. `gaoth (f.) a stream left at low water,' Coneys . ros-gab ecla dar gæth ṅglass, Ériu vii 224 § 39 . tar gaith glais ba trom a tress, O'C. 1180 - 1 ( H.3.18, 468 ), cf. Met. Dinds. ii 38.30 n . Ainm di Libia on gaeth grinn nodasitlenn, Rawl. 78a38 = on gáeith grind LL 135b48 ( Trans. RIA 2 Ser. ii 238 ). cor' baidead Aed ruad 'con gaith, Met. Dinds. iv 8.35 . andsom gobél gáeth a `gáeth' is most troublesome in a strait, Tec. Corm. § 17 . is desin atá in gáeth glan | loch maic Maireda Muman, Met. Dinds. iv 68.151 . ro ba tarcasal mara ... ar cruadh-ghaethaibh caladh, MR 288 . ag gaoth an chairrgín the inlet of Carrigin (a place-name) FM iii 122.13 . See also MR 288 . O'Don. Suppl.

4 gáeth

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n stealth (?) : mná gáoithe .i. mná do ní gadaigheacht no millteanas gan fios, s.v. gaoth .i. táidhe, O'Cl.

gáethach

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adj (2 gáeth) o,ā windy : errach tírim gaīthach (gaethach LL), ZCP xi 82 § 25 . Tec. Corm. § 36 . gabél gǽthach, CRR 10.2 . ón tsín gáethaigh, IGT Decl. ex. 646 . indsi fuara garba goethacha, FA 30 (LB) ( IT i 190.31 ). TTebe 611 . FM i 384.7 .

gáethaire

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n a vent : fíon ag nach bí gáothaire, Job xxxii 19.

gáethamlacht

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n (2 gáeth) ā,f. (med.) flatulence : innarbaidh in gh.¤ bís annsa ghaili, O'Gr. Cat. 228.22.

gáethe

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n (1 gáeth) ,f. cleverness : `Étáin ... atrúal (.i. rofhu- laing) mór ngaibhthi' ... la gaethi (.i. la glicus) F., ZCP v 524.23 .

gáethlach

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n (3 gáeth) a marsh, a swamp. d s. isingoithluch fudumain (gl. profunda palude), Ml. 33c3 . d p. lam deas ri gǽthlaigib lethnaib Lerna (= stagna, Theb. i 385 ), TTebe 322 . Gen. n. l. Paludes (Maeoticae): cosna gáethlaighib Meotacdaib, TTr.² 614 . rogabsat ... Gædil isna Gæthlaigib, LL 131a3 ( Trip. ii 532.16 ). na cineda aitrebat ic na Gaetlaighib Meotonda, CCath. 1597 . Todd Nenn. 236.7 . a p. gabsat iarsin na gæthlaige Meotecda, LL 3a18 . ? nochu chian nach gaethlaigi (of water ; cechlaighi, Fr.) Acall. 4569.