Gailioin

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pn (Gaileoin, Gailiain), pl. o-stem. The name of a pre- Goidelic tribe of N. Leinster . The g s. occurs: gell Galeoin `a Galeon's pledge,' O'Dav. 1027. ? .x. seoit suim ina gabail gaileoin, ib. 1436 . cosnam Gaileoin gignis fích, LL 380b45 . For theory of their origin, see Pokorny, ZCP xi 174 - 179 . For extent of their territory, see Mac Neill, Early Irish Population Groups, § 96 . See also Hog. Onom. ; O'Rahilly, EIH 92f . Laigin ... tri anmann doib .i. [Fir] Domnann, Gai- leoin, Laighin, ┐ Gaileoin roalsat Labraid ... hi tirib Gall, Dinds. 9 ( RC xv 299 ). it Galeoin ... robatar ac cobraid A ... for tāin Bū Cūailnge, O'Mulc. 779 . Galeoin immorro aicme do Gallaib, ib. uiri armorum .i. Fir Gaileoin, Todd Nennius 44 . batur tri primcinela i nEri, Feini ocus Ulaidh ocus Gaileoin, Laws i 70.3 Comm. atraacht in Galéoin ┐ in Mumnig, TBC 4577 . do láthaib gaile Galian (: gíall), 519 . in trícha sin fer Galian (: grian), 527 . tricha cét Galión, TBC² 164 . manip íat in Galían Lagen, CRR § 11 ; § 23 . tromlach cuicid Galían, RC xiii 50.3 . dona Galianaibh, TBC p. 883 n. 1 . do Gailianaib Labradha Loingsig, RC xv 306 ( Dinds. 15 ). docechnatar ... for Galeonu, RC xv 300 ( Dinds. 9 ). For evidence of length of the first syllable, see Pokorny, ZCP xv 196 ; O'Rahilly, EIH 459.

Gáille

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pn n. l., see O'Rahilly, EIH 460.

Gaillem

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pn ā,f. n. l. Galway (name of the river and town): Baile na Gaillbe, AU iii 448.25 . go flaith Gaillbhe, KM Misc. 168 . caislén na Gaillmhe the castle of the river Galway, FM ii 1020.8 . robáided isin Gaillimh, Hog. Onom. s.v. gaillibh. tic a tír a nGaillimh, AU iii 504.20 . re raidhtear an Ghaillibh, CF 60.55 .

gaillén

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n (4 gall) o,m. a capon: cearca oga metha ┐ gaillein ┐ coilidh oga ┐ pertriseadha, 23 P 10³, 69a34 . a ulcha gaillín detbudánaig cúarlúpánaig 'you comb of a capon, smoky-coloured, bent and crooked' EIS 148 § 40 .

gaillér

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n a stage or gallery of a siege engine ?: loness (= loinges) gu gallerib acus go pirrelib, O'Gr. Cat. 8.33 (= Annals of Loch Cé i 328.15 ).

1 gaillid

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x see goillid.

2 gaillid

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ind ? docoid isin Moaib ... sochaide forsa n-imarbart ┐ ro gaill a cumachta ┐ ro basaigh a rigu, BB 491a22 ( IT ii2 97.25 ) = forsa ra gaib sogaill a nirt ┐ a cumachtai, Alex. 332.

gaillim

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n a storm: nosdoirtend sin ┐ gaillim forro, Aen. 101.728 . ní raibhe rempe riamh adhaigh bú mesa inás ... do ghaillim, ┐ do snechta, TFrag. 72 . g s. (as attrib.) An Glas gaillmhe (the name of Finn's horse) The Wild Grey One ?, Acall. 282 ; or The Grey One of Galway (?), cf. Gaillem.

gaillire

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n the colt of a British (or foreign ?) mare: g.¤ imorro in searrach firann gines on gaillit, O'Dav. 1051.

gaillit

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Forms: gaillite

n n p. gaillite (-i) an imported foreign treasure or curiosity; a British mare: gaillite tacair, Laws v 220.11 . gl. .i. na gall-seoit tar muir tocairter ann no artatacha (leg. lárthacha) bretnacha .i. cno gnae, ┐ cuirnn buabuill: doilig a n-aithgin, 21 - 22 . Gailliti .i. laire breathnacha, no cno gnae ┐ cuirnd buabhaill, ut est gailliti tacair .i. na gaillṡeoit ┐rl. tar muir. Gaillit .i. laír, O'Dav. 1051.

1 gaillsech

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n ā,f. a foreign woman: gall no gaillsech, Cog. 116.14 . narab bro gan gaillsig, ib. 11 . mac roboi ic gaillsig goit, IT iii 73 § 31 . Aedh mac na Goillsidhe, Misc. Celt. Soc. 12.11 . FM iii 328.8 . gul Gaillsighe ar gcall Gaill, Dán- Fhocail 271 . lini mór do gailsechaib na n-gall, Cog. 82.5 . goillseach neamh-ghallda, Gofraidh Fionn ii § 13 ( Ir. Monthly 1919 ). re gníomh moghsaine ag gach neach do bhíodh a ghall nó a ghaillseach, Content. v § 77 .