gairdechad

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(gairdech), vn. (= gairtiugud) gladdening, delight- ing : ar ghairdechad menman dorigni, RC x 94.8 . `gairde- chad .i. gairdeaghadh a rejoicing, elating, joy,' P. O'C.

gairdechas

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(gairdech) o,m. rejoicing, gladness : triallait ... fá luth ┐ ghairdechus, Marco P. § 32 . dorignedar gáirdechas is subachas mór, SG 2.17 . Ferais failte fri T. co ngairdechus mór, Aisl. Tund. 117.1 . glóir an tsaoghail, gairdeachas gearr, TSh. 941 . gáirdeachas bréige, 8131 . donimíd gáirdeachus a dtrioblóidibh, Rom. v 3 . fáth gáirdeachais, 2 Corinth. v 12 . in genemain do denam a ngairdeocus, Irish Texts v 58.34 . As quasi vn : ag gáirdeachus iona fhiadhnuise, Prov. viii 30.

gairdes

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n o,m. (garit) joy : g s. ní hadbar gairdis dhūinne, RC xxxvii 352.11 , Celtica xxiii 310 .

gairdian

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n m. guardian (of a religious order) : an tan ro badh gairdian an tAthair Bernardin Ó Cléricch, FM i lxiv 5 = Guardianus Dungalensis, ib. lxvii 14 .

gairdigid

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x see gairtigid.

gáirdín

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n (< Eng. gardyn(e), Risk 592 ) garden : an uile luibhgháirdín do phlantáil, Corp. Astron. 50.10 .

gairdiugad

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x see gairtiugud.

1 gaire

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n (gar) ,f.

(a) proximity, nearness (of time or space) an nodlaic ata inar ngoire, BNnÉ 59.13 . bás do beith 'na ghoiri, Lism. L. 2879 . Conversely : a ngaire do bas, ITS xix 88.13 . co tísat im gaire, Ériu i 226 § 4 . ar gaire an inaidh near the place, Maund. § 191 . a n-goire a g-cloidheamh, ML 124.21 . Conversely : ro ghabhastair a chloidheamh ... iona ghoire, 112.18 . a ngoiri do tṡechtmuin close upon a week, AU iii 538.21 . duibhe tá i ngoire gile `darkness beside whiteness,' Ir. Monthly 1919, 227.31 . tre goire a ngaoil the nearness of their kinship TFrag. 182.23 . ar ghoire do ghaoil, Dán Dé xi 11 . Fig. nách tigid dá ngoire a ccruas crábhuidh that they (i.e. the foreign saints) do not come near them in austerity of virtue, Mac Aingil 351.12 .

(b) convenience (through proximity) : ar gaire ēiscc ┐ usci and, BColm. 28 § 29 . ar gaire leo a conad ocus a uisce, Laws i 2.6 . mo chaire ón mo chaire | maith in sét ar a ghaire `a special rare thing for its handy use,' SG 248.29 (or= 2 gaire ?).

(c) nearness (in a hostile sense): mairg nech bias na gaire ... .i. i nderedh domuin, Fen. 256.4 . Mairg bias ar gaire don cnoc `Woe to him who's opposed to the hill,' ib. 270.5 .

2 gaire

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x (gor), see 2 goire.

3 gaire

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ind .i. gairidhleachd no leasughadh, O'Cl.

4 gaire

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n (gair ?) short life : gaire .i. gair - seclae .i. gair-rē, Corm. Y 698 . gare Caie[u]r, ib. gaire .i. gair-[r]æ, O'Mulc. 619.