gáirseamail

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Forms: gadharsamhail

adj i, obscene, wanton: ag labhairt go gáirseamhuil, RC xxiii 18.19 . leightheoracht leabhar ngārsamhla, Donl. 294.18 . gadharsamhail, Eg. Gl. 25.

gáirseamlacht

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n (gáirseamail) ā,f. obscenity, lasciviousness: sdriópachas ... ná gáirrseamhlachd, Eph. v 4 (1810).

gairte

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Forms: gairde

n (garit) ,f. Cf., however, n s. gairde n-amsire, LL 374c52 .

(a) shortness (esp. of time); brevity: tiagait báas n-anapaig .i. gairte sáiguil, Wb. 11d12 . ar gairti mo saiguil (gl. exiguitate dierum), Ml. 119b5 . LL 307a34 . BNnÉ 285.36 . gairde shaeguil i-fhus, PH 6487 . Misc. Hag. Hib. Life of Naile § 50 . cia fot no cia gairde saeguil neich, CCath. 4225 . ni fil comus for a fot na for a ngairde (of prescriptive rights), Laws v 314.11 . fot gairte beo for conair, Ériu vi 115 § 8 . vii 223.1 ; 221.3 . gairde do bhí in manach ann sin the short time that ... SG 22.13 . sí dá gairde dogébhthur, IGT Decl. ex. 21 . an ircraidi ┐ in gairdi bide i n-ainius, BB 500b24 . Trí búada insci: fosta, gáis, gairde, Triads 177 . ar gairdi do gipāin `the shortness of thy ragged tunic,' Bruchst. i § 63 = IT iii 103.3 . din nad gairde (cheville), Snedgus u. MacR. § 3 . ? is gairde a sesga ban (v.l. gairrde sesga ban, YBL), ZCP iv 45.24 (TBFr.).

(b) pleasure, joy (?): cech gnim bud gairde, Brit. Mus. Cat. ii 493.5 . gáirde, joyfulness , O'R. ní adbar gairtis dúinne 'it is no reason for joy for us' Celtica xxiii 310 § 11 .

gáirtéar

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n (Eng. loanword) garter : cor tar ais dā scairf is gāirtéar air Celtica iv 106 § 2 .

gairthe

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io,iā pp. of goirid as adj. warm, glowing, radiant: do dergfuind a dreich gairthi (: mh' ḟeargaighthe), Ériu iv 220 § 28 . go (a) g(h)ruadh ghairthe mar smuailghríos, v 66.202 . rosg gorm na ngruadhchroth ngairthe ` warm-cheeked ,' A. Ó Dálaigh ix 3 . dod ghnúis aolghairthe ` lime-bright ,' TD 19.1 . a ghruaidh shaor-ghair-the, Studies 1928, 452.22 . dá ghnúis tibhrigh thonnghairthe, Studies 1918, 452.4 . ba deirge na gúal gartha, Duan. Finn ii 10.34 . an ghrian gharrtha, ZCP iv 442.28 . Cf. mar ghréin ghairthi (sic MS), Ir. Monthly 1920, 163 § 6 = mar ghréin ng.¤ , DDána 114.6 . an ghrian ghairthe ar ghile, Dánta Gr.² 45.27 . an ré úr gairthe, Dán Dé xxvii 10 . croinn ghairthe le ngon tánaidh seared (?), IGT Decl. ex. 441 . learga t'fhoinn ... ghairthe `thy mellow ... slopes,' Gadel. 11 § 1 . gach fán dá ghortaibh gairthe `glowing,' TD 4.2 (= O'Gr. Cat. 425.18 ). Críoch Luighne na learg ngairthe, TD 32.76 . sleagha gairthe dá ngormadh `shining spears,' TD 6.9 . sníomh a slegh rennghairthe ruadh `burnished-headed spears,' O'Gr. Cat. 474.22. Of wounds hot, burning (?): comhosgladh chnedh ngairthe, 23 L 17, 34a25 .

gairthech

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x see goirthech.

gairthigern

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x see goirthigern.

gairtigid

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v g (garit)

(a) shortens: co ro gartigtis (gair- didis, H.2.17; Eg.) a ré, TBC 2772 . cu rogairdighthe a ṡæ- ghal-som, Lism. L. 4473 . co rogairdigedh a ṡnaithi his thread of life was shortened, AU ii 270.15 . co nach sail gairdigius in foucal so that it is not the ogham letter `s' that indicates short quantity, Auraic. 3665.

(b) Intrans. rejoices: acht rob fer cottaig in caem | ra taeb nogairtiget orm, Anecd. ii 26 § 8 . ní gairdeocha cara ort, Fier. § 63 ( RC xix 48.5 ). gurab gerr co ngairdeocha Dia ort, 24 P 12, 31.21 . mar do gháirdigh an Tighearna ós bhur ccionsa ... marsin gháirdeochus ..., Deut. xxviii 63 . gáirdigh a Shebulon, xxxiii 18 . Prov. xiii 9.

gairtiugud

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n u,m.

I As vn. of gairtigid

(a) shortening: do gair- dugud rede (leg. ree, Thurn.) na erca to shorten the periods of [paying] eric, H.3.18, 476b = Cóic Con. Fug. § 54.

(b) rejoicing, making merry: gabhus M.R. occ gairdiugud forro making glad at [their coming], RC xliii 62 § 62 . in t-aes dána ... do gardigud ┐ d'airfitiud doib making merry for them and entertaining them, LL 268b12 ( MU² 849 ).

II As subst. gladness, diversion, entertainment: mor in gairtigudh ruc uaim, Anecd. ii 26 § 4 . bid gairdiugud don chleirech, Acall. 2679 . as gairdiugud menman ┐ aicenta dúin, 287 . 301 . BNnÉ 168 § 5 . gurub gairdigud menman laissium ... dercadh foran enluith, Marco P. 91.

gairtius

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n u,m. shortness: gardius saegail, BColm. 66.

gaisced

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n o,m. IGT Decl. § 11.

(a) weapons, arms (coll.), armour: gaisced lasin íngin the maiden was armed, TBC² 36 ( LU 4522 ). ga gasced irragam ifesta? ... Let-su do roga gaiscid ... thou shalt have thy choice of weapons, TBC 3568 . gebis F. a gasced, 5964 . ní ba cath co n-gaisciud ... acht bid cath co m-briathraib, FB 21 ( LU 8275 ). dlighidh gaiscedh inraic ina eneclann, Laws iv 348.24 . tairmchellsat gascid fer n-Ulad ón dorus díarailiu, FB 55 ( LU 8737 ). tri gascid úasaib hi fraig, BDD 118 . cet srian cet ngaisced, O'C. 784 ( H.3.18, 367a ). connā tērna nī dona .V. gaiscedaib dēc fifteen sets of arms, TBC² 556 . gaiscedh no timthach, Laws iv 350.3 . gaisced .i. ga ┐ sciat[h], ii 256.14 ; O'Mulc. 631 (see O'Rahilly, EIH 461 ). gaisced fern (? sic leg.: fer, MS) ┐ fōebar offensive and defensive armour (i.e. shield and sword), TBC² 3573 . foracaibsi doside ┐ día thúaith a ngaisced fora n-ottraigib, ocus can a n-uilc do dígail dóib (a curse, i.e. that their weapons shall be flung on the midden-heap unused and abandoned), LU 3117 ( SG 237.12 ). aingel Dé fors-in gaisced ic diten ... in phopuil `an angel ... in battle-array' (?), PH 5757 . for-ling a gaiscead dia chobair, BDD² 511 . ferann gais- cid sword-land (= tír claidib): ferand gaisge is diles don tí not cosnand sech cach n-aen isin tuaith, O'C 416b . ( H.3.18, 229a ). gaibid g.¤ assumes arms (of a young warrior taking arms for the first time and entering on a warrior's career): inna c[h]ūiced blīadain luid dia chuindchid gasgid ... isinn ochtmad blīadain gabais gaisced, TBC² 343 . ciped mac dib no gabad gasced, TBC 1089.

(b) Abst. valour, prowess, feats of arms, skill at arms: tria gaisged, Ml. 100b10 . roscaíg do gal ocus do gaisced, FB § 43 ( LU 8569 ). ní tár dot gasciud, TBC 3298 . nī romūin Scāthach do duine rīam in gaisced sin `the use of that weapon' (that feat of arms ?), Ériu i 120.1 . ac foghluim cles n-gaisgidh, TBC p. 111 n. 13 (St.). laich gaili ocus gaiscid, Cog. 52.4 ; 186.21 . Meneru[a] bandei in gaiscid, TTebe 3171 . ro marb triar sund dā cētgaisced, Ériu viii 156.29 . IT i 103.9 . a ṅgaisceda tuc o Scáthaig, Ériu iv 30.7 . adeirthear miles torquatus ré ridire gaiscidh, Keat. ii 6270 . gabhthar leis grádha gaisgidh `orders of chivalry,' TD i 33 .

Compd. ¤mer: ri londmer gaisceadmer (gaiscedach mer, Eg.), TTebe 2846 .