gaigim

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ind (gáe ?) gl. quiritor, Pcr. 59b2 ( Thes. ii 228 ). gl. hastas colligo, Sg. 144b2 .

1 gail

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n d s. the concave surface of a shield ? : rothogaibh fein in cenn ... ┐ docuir a ngail a sceith é, ZCP vi 60.5 Cf. 2 cail, Contrib.

2 gail

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n (gaoil) : a s. ? gin gaoil gin gin fogail, O'C. 2261 ( Eg. 88, f. 19 (20)b ). gin gail gin fogail, ib. Cf. 3 gáel.

gaílaid

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x see gáelaid.

gaílaigid

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x see gáelaigid.

gailbech

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adj (gaillim a storm ?) o,ā stormy, tempestuous, fierce : atuaid in dub gailbech, grach (of the North wind), SR 71 . in gaeth gailbech guibelta, Acall. 383 . sidi gaithi géri galbigi, TFerbe 89 . TTr.² 851 . ria ndílind gailbig glúair, LL 126b47 . in gáeth gailbhech (v.l. gailbtech), CC. 1694 . fri báig Saxan ngalbech ngand ` violent ,' Met. Dinds. ii 36.18 . co rob clog trāth in tenga-sa ... gid gēr gailbech abusive (?), Arch. iii 234 § 9 . gemhel ghlúinech ghlas ghailbech, Studies 1920, 418.23 .

gailbige

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n (gailbech) ,f. storminess, violence : loma is gail- bhighe a ghaoithe (of hell), Dán Dé xxv 26 = IGT Decl. ex. 508 . do gobaib gorta galbigi `with fierce beaks of hunger,' Aisl. MC 93.16 .

gaile

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n m. IGT Decl. § 2.36 .

(a) the stomach : stomachum .i. don gaile, Gild. Lor. 204 . dítin ... in gaile (gl. tege doliam), 219 . Muscus .i. billoga bis a ngaili ainmidhi, Arch. i 327.74 . go mbíodh an fheoil ... ag maidhm as a ngailibh amach, TFrag. 124.5 . do-níthear an céid-díleaghadh san ghoile, TSh.² 1579 . cleacht beagán fíona ar son do ghaile, Tim. v 23 . tairreonguidh a ghaile as, Lev. i 16.

(b) In wider sense belly, womb, bowels : copchaille gaile fo cend a caul, Aisl. MC 122.35 . a lán am ghaile do ghrádh, Rel. Celt ii 289.8 . ar eagla na meang ... bheith buan na ghoile, Oss. vi 62.28 .

gaíle

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n ,f. a spot, a stain (in lit. and fig. sense). Uan ... cen gaili ṅduib no temein, SR 3902 . al-loeg fo gaile cachta (: caine), 5427 . cen goe, cen gaili (: daire), 3167 . co saibe fo gaili gné cen noibi (of Saul), 6475 . 7599 . gen gaili oc airifitiud (: chain) (of David), 6058 . Rí cen gáeli (: náibe), 7421 . cen col ... cen gaile (: caíne), Snedgus u. MacR. § 53 . cen pecadh, cen col, cen gaile [s.l.] ar cinadh, RC ix 22.20 . ní ro-thecht Ísu nach ṅgaile chinad do pecud, PH 4825 . fírén cen gáile cinad, 3932 . iarndóe ... ocus gaile for a gúalaind a spot (?) on its shoulder, Trip. 46.31 = én find fora gualaind, ib. 458.3 ( LB 27a42 ). d p. cen gailib gne (: cainib), SR 6487 . Rí dosrat fo gailib gail | fo dairib, 7201 .

Gaileng

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pn sobriquet of Cormac great-grandson of Oilill Ólum, the eponymous ancestor of the Gailenga, q.v. Cormac G.¤ a quo na ceithre Gailenga, H.3.18, 42 ( Thr. Ir. Gl. xliv 29 ). For fanciful etymologies of the name see ib. xlii foll. (from H.3.18, 42 ). Cóir Anm. 239 . As epithet treacherous? (cf. ref. to etymologies supra) : Druth gaileng cen indtliucht, IT iii 85 § 83.

gailenga

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Forms: Gailenga

n prob. orig. o-stem, but n p. in Mid. Ir. Gailenga. Treated as n s. f. : Gaileanga Mhór, IGT Decl. § 152 . A tribal name. See Mac Neill, Early Irish Population Groups . Given as `fortuatha Síl Cuind,' ib. § 123 ( H.3.17, 774 ). Mentioned with the Luigne as `deoraid,' ib. § 155 ( Lec. 460d42 ). For territories inhabited by Gailenga, see Pokorny, ZCP xi 173 seq. n p. na ceithre Gailenga, H.3.18, 42 ( Thr. Ir. Gl. xliv 29 ). ceithre Gailinga, H.3.17, 724 (Mac Neill, Early Irish Population Groups § 88 ). g p. mors Cosraich ... regis Galeng, AU i 196.11 (an. 737). dux Galeng, i 402.5 (an. 883). septem genera Gailinga, Mac Neill, Early Irish Population Groups § 28 . iugulatus est o Galen- gaibh, AU i 402.6 (an. 883). a p. do marbad la Gailengu, i 542.z (an. 1019). For use as a place-name, see Hog. Onom.