ga-ín

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n (ga, gae) dimin. a little javelin : d p. do gaínib ┐ birínib ┐ slegínib, TBC 2543 . Cf. gaán supra.

gainae

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n flint gl. silex, Sg. 61a10 . clocha gaine, RC xliii 94 § 97 . Cf. gallán gaoine a stone of diamond flint, TSh. 1945.

? gaind

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ind uair nachat craind gránna a muirn gaind nach dailb, LL 265a32 ( MU 22 ).

gainde

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x see gainne.

gaíne

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Forms: Gaíne, Gaeine

n ,f. (? cf. LL 140a24 ).

(a) excellence, a fine thing; choice, quality: gaine .i. maith, H.3.18, 625 . gaoine .i. maith, O'Cl. Míchol mór, mó cách ṅgaine (: dagdaine), SR 5919 . as gáine leam ... ór as mac rucad ann, Acall. 547 . Cf. 551 - 2 . tancas sund tria gáine ngnó, dia cáine dia cét-gubo, `for the delight of her beauty,' Met. Dinds. iii 8.1 . rongáet Fergna fo gaíne `... in his flower,' iv 176.5 . ger[bo] gāeth, nīrbo gāine | marb in mac ..., ZCP xiii 15 § 4 . gach flaith ghebhus gort n-gaíne (: somhaíne) `... rightful inheritance,' BR 240.21 . rucsat leo fo gaíne a ngeall ... among the pick of their pledges, BB 387b34 = fo glére a ngell, Met. Dinds. iii 398.1 . fo ghaoine freastail ocus friothalma, ZCP xiv 220.6 . nos friothailet do ghaoine cecha maithiusa, Leb. Gab. i 224.17 . occ fledhuccadh ... do gaoine bidh ┐ leanda, Hugh Roe § 70b . In chevilles: fri gaine ngart, MacCarthy 410.3 . gáine gaile (: Māile), Arch. Hib. ii 48 § 11 . ? gaíni a comráid do neoch aile acht dósom, LL 267b6 ( MU 36 ). co cruaidh iar ngaoine gan creancha, FM ii 962.24 (poem).

(b) a feat, a prank, a jest: is cluchi ┐ is gáini lem-sa cach comlond ... darónus, TBC 4160 . cluchi cach gáine cach | go roich Fer[ṅ]diad issin n-áth, 4164 ; 4170 ; 4176 (v.l. cluithe cach caine cach). ben rognathaig gaíni dligthig, LL 140a24 .

(c) npr m. Gaíne, CRR. § 31 . Acall. 551 . Duan. Finn i 25.25 . Gaeine, Acall. 552.

1 gainech

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n (gainnech): scurf, scab on the skin: is uadha aderar sgabies ria on gainnech bis ac tuitim de, Irish Texts v 78.1 . is edh is tinea ann, brusgar no gainech in chinn, ib. 78.8 . clam .i. occultus, ar doeim in gainech (s.l.) a chorp, O'Mulc. 198.

2 gainech

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adj o,ā: eisg beca gainecha, Irish Texts v 42.15 .

gainel

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n some kind of kindling or tinder (?): cia mac beo genes ho mnai mairb ? Adudh i ngin gainel (riddle and answer), ZCP xiii 272 § 15 (= fadadh ingni gaim v.l.). See under gainem for ex. of gainem used for kindling.

gainem

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Forms: gainemh

n ā,f. and o,m. In later MSS. occas. treated as n-stem in d s. and a s. gainemh m. IGT Decl. § 53.

(a) sand, gravel: int uisque iarsin ganim, Wb. 11a17 . glé nodonselni sládar iasc mbrec for ganim deirg, FB § 48 . amail tuaircther iasg fór gainemh, TBC p. 881 n.1 . ro gab lán a duirnd don ganium, LU 9728 ( ZCP iii 218.20 ). i ngainem na tragai, Three Hom. 122 (LB). risin tracht .i. in gainimh, Laws v 270.24 gloss. cor'bo réill in grian ┐ in gainem in mara, RC x 54.5 ( LU 1883 ). gainem lir fo longaib, Three Hom. 34 (LB). a gainemh glan, Buile Ṡ. 156 . roerig a luaithred ┐ a langainem, TTebe 2933 . rotbía ... deog de ganim (i.e. a specially cool draught, cf. 2353 ), TBC² 1170 ( LU 5648 = deoch a gaineamhain, ZCP viii 550.21 [H.2.17] = deoch a gaineamh, x 280.12 [Fr.]). gur lá ... in grian ┐ in gainemhain ┐ in gri- nneall, TBC, p. 317 n. 1 (H.2.17 and Eg.). go ganem nglasruad, TTebe 1967 . amhail shnigheas gainimh na huaire san urláisde, TSh.² 112 . gur fholuigh san ghainimh é, 10540 . san ghainimh, Keat. iii 1638 . is in ngaineamh, 1641 (poem). Matt. vii 26 . bí an gaineamh muirighineach the sand is weighty, Prov. xxvii 3 . an ghaineamh mór mhuiridhe, TD 4.17 . is gat im ganem (of a cheat or illusion), TBC 4057 . is gnim for gainem a structure on sand (of a useless labour), RIA 23 Q 6 ( O'C. 1613 ). g s. sreabh glas gainimh, IGT Decl. ex. 1368 . landgur a ngainme, BB 495a4 . ríomh ... gainimh ghil, Content. xxviii 24 . ag spréachadh ... na gainmhe, TSh.² 9289 . ós cionn ghainimh na fairge, Jer. xv 8 . n p. it mathi inna ganema oc óul ind lenda, Ml. 129d14 . Ní mhar acht a ngainmhe, IGT Decl. ex. 1342 . d p. cethra srotha ... co ngainemaib oir, Ériu ii 114 § 41 . gaineamh beó a quicksand , Acts xxvii 17 . tainic an peist ... ┐ tucc iascc chuccam, ┐ gainemh do thellach do dhenamh teinedh eter a da cois tos- aigh ... do benusa teine, ┐ doronus a fadodh leisan ngainemh `hearth-flint (?),' BNnÉ 69 § 114 . The Latin original has `fasciculum de sarminibus' ( BNnÉ ii 333 ), and the Vita Secunda ( VSH ii 289 ) `sacculum similiter alga sicca plenum collo eius suspensum.' In the French version of the legend an otter brings the saint to kindle his fire `marin werec' (i.e. sea-wrack). Cf. gainel.

(b) Med. gravel (in the kidneys): gaineamh no clocha na n-aronn, Gwynn Cat. 317.

gaínem

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superl. of gaíne, q.v., used as an adj.? (cf. gaoine .i. maith O'Cl. ): samchorgus nō gemchorgus isa gāinem (cairem v.l.) glēss, ZCP xiii 29.3 .

gainemda

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adj (gainem) io,iā sandy: ráthaigsit indsi moir ... ganemdha a talum, RC ix 464.13 . isin Moab n-gainemdai, Alex. 331.