gaithlenn

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n ā,f. ? some kind of spear (a javelin ?): deargaid gaithlenn (v.l. gaitlind) ngrib ngerfota, IT iii 72 § 29 ( BB 289b51 ). pl. ro cliath-chomardaigit ... a leabar-gaithlenna, MR 140.10 . re grain-faircsi a n-gaithlenn, 190.24 . ag droch- dainohib na ngaithlend (: aifrenn), ZCP x 30.24 . Fig. a spearsman (?), a tall youth (?): ropsat ... urscailti ar n-ath- chuma a n-anrad ocus a n-gaithlenn n-gaiscid, MR 236.16 . a tall, slender maiden (?): n s. an ghaithlionn óg, Oss. vi 166.13 .

gaithlennach

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adj I o,ā armed or skilled with the spear or javelin: Conall glonn-mer, gaitlennach, MR 150.21 .

II o,m. a spearman: galgata gaiscidh ┐ gaithlengaidh in sluaigh `champions of valour and warriors of the host,' ALC ii 114.13 . do gleire gaithlennach ocus galgat, MR 224.10 .

1 gal

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Forms: gail, gal, goil, gal, ghoil, ghal

n ā,f. n s. also gail; d s. and a s. occas. gal. goil, IGT Decl. § 14.17 . gal (grēine) o,m. § 73 ; g s. an ghoil gréine, ex. 1564 ; d s. ōn ghal , ex. 1567 . Used to form vn. of compds. of fichid, e.g. irgal, dígal, etc., prob. also in ecal (<*ek(s)gal), esgal (gl. [a]estus, Ml. 96b11 ). Possibly orig. sense is seething heat, passing into that of mental excitement or rage. Cf. vbs. fischid fights and fichid boils which are probably akin. See Ped. ii 521.

(a) warlike ardour, fury, valour: gail .i. beodacht, O'Dav. 1037 . ecal .i. cen gail, O'Mulc. 354 . ? gal .i. galar ... quia motat mentem , 614 . cruaid a gal, IT i 107.25 . am amnus ar gail ocus gaiscced, 142.1 . addaimet ... do gail ocus do gaisced, FB 11 ( LU 8150 ); in gal ┐ fiuchiud na ferge ... i n-erbruinnib na láech, TTr.² 860 . cor[o] islighea a ngal, CCath. 2493 . bái side bar gail ┐ bar fogail Ailella, TBC 2894 . TFerbe 372 . amail sóersai Daúid de gail claidib Góli, Fél. Ep. 484 . ní dechaid coll cána ar goil ... escaped his val- our, Arch. iii 304.4 . ba gaoth i ngal `he was wise in con- flict,' Studies 1918, 281 § 11 . ba gal craidi leis perturbation of heart, Cog. 194.25 ; 72.3 . fuair bás ann do ghal retha from ardour of running, Acall. 1617 . ? nocho rabhasa fós ... bhaili bud gairdi rem ghal ná na mesc `where my time sped more quickly,' 1585 . g s. láith gaile fer nhÉrend, IT i 100.5 . lathus gaile Góedel uile, FB 89 ( LU 9160 ). do chom- ramaib gaili ┐ gascid, TBC² 1862. 2046 . ar nert gaile by dint of valour, TTr² 55 . a n-n[e]urt gaile, 996 . cona ṡlúag lán gaile, Fél. Jan. 11 . re huair ṅgaile, Ériu v 223.54 . én gaile, see E 123.65 . pl. feats of valour (?): ar gressaib gal, Thes. ii 293.20 . for gói gnaith sraintear gala battles are ever gained, MR 120.19 . nirbu Gabran cen gala | i n-aimsir meicc Murchada, Rawl. 84b40 . indsaighfidh gala, Lism. L. 2806 . a bhferga ┐ a ngala (ngalu MS) oc dula do chath, Ériu ii 130.20 . da mac samla galaib gliad, TBC 4053 . ar galaib dagḟer, Ériu v 222.39 . miser fiana iarna ngalaib, O'Dav. 1037. Content. xxx 35 . ō galaib ōenḟer, ZCP xi 109 § 21 . ar galaib oenḟer (—ḟir) by unaided valour (often = in single combat): ar galaib ōenfer roggōeta uli, TBC² 1522 . ar galaib oenḟir, TBC 1642 . in triar thuc Mac C ... ar galaib óenfer, BDD 94 . comrac for galaib oen-fir, MR 70.6 . gaibid ar gail challenges: rogab Gablach Fuiter ar gail, RC xv 323.9 ( Dinds. 23 ). Of animals heat, fury: fuil aidhe rogiallathar gail, Laws v 152.3 , with gl. in adh da ngialland a gail merachta, 154.11 . Cf. (among legal exemptions) slan do na damaib in gail doniat, iii 266.16 Comm. gala mathgamna ┐ brotha leóman, BDD 92 = BDD² 893 . Of natural pheno- mena, etc.: a gail co timm rothaisig (of a whirlpool) `he made feeble and faint its fury,' Met. Dinds. iv 86.79 . ó chaitheasdair an ghaoth a goil `when the wind had exhausted its fury,' ML 48.22 . mar bráinṡnec[h]ta ó ghoil gréni, Ériu iv 226 § 51 . a bhfoil beo ní buaine | ná ceo re goil ngréine, Dán Dé viii 2 . ní bhí ag sruth ... guth ón ghal, IGT Decl. ex. 1567 . mar chuiris an ghrian a gal `as the sun doth send its heat,' Arch. Hib. i 99 . fo nim niabtha gal, AU 894 = FM i 544.17 . congaibet gola (of waves), SR 7899 . Cf. further: gal a mbraighet the heat of their throats (from thirst), CCath. 2578 . ticc goil a ngrúaidh Núaladha a flush (lit. heat), IGT Decl. ex. 312 . Common in chevilles, esp. in g p. feochair ngoile, ITS v 40.10 . dígrais gail, PRIA 3 Ser. iii 534.1 . dorairngert Curnán cét gal, SG 235.29 . cétaib gal, Arch. Hib. ii 93 § 18 . fichtib gal, TBC 3206 . línib gal, 3693 , Acall. 1582 . miad n-gal, MR 146.3 ; 132.15 .

Compds. ¤chét a valorous hundred: galchét clerech, LL 131a45 ( Trip. ii 536.25 ). ¤fine = fingal murder of a kinsman: bá himeccla lá hUa nD. gail-fhine do dhénamh dhóibh for aroile, FM v 1406.4 .

(b) steam, vapour, mist: nírbo glac im gail it was not a hand grasping smoke (i.e. a futile achievement), Met. Dinds. iv 10.17 . (Cf. dorn im diaid, O'Dav. 1586. ) bal na gaile oc a broth, Laws i 128.2 Comm. scaiblín ... cona gáblaib gaile `with its curls of steam,' Aisl. MC 35.1 . do ling (i.e. an diabhal) in a ghal bhreun ... tré mhullach an teampoill, Eochairsg. 90.26 . fleochud, snechta co sirgail constant vapour (?), ACC Comm. ( RC xx 256.3 ). re gail nglūair ngil (of a river), ZCP viii 106.12 . sreabh do mhadhmuigh goil gheimhridh, IGT Decl. ex. 479 . téid gach iasg ré goil an gheimhridh | troigh i dtalmhain `from the heat of the winter,' TD 34.36 .

? 2 gal

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ind Rí dosrat fo gailib gail | fo dairib fo thromdiglaib, SR 7201 . ilar ṅdelb ṅdomblas a ṅgal (: leoman), 899 .

gala, gal ?

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ind cælach feda ar faga | uair gerga ┐ gala, IT iii 94 § 143.

1 galach

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adj (gal) o,ā hot, hence ardent, valiant, brave, combative: cerbdar galach i n-aicenta, CCath. 617 . fer galach mormenm- nach, 1088 . gleo galach, KMMisc. 314 . īar ngreis galach, Arch. Hib. ii 49 § 24 ( LL 182a2 ). án gach galach, O'C. 1765 ( 23 Q 6, 36a ). dun gamandraid ... galaig, Cog. 166.3 ; ib. 178.4 . a Iriel galaig, CRR 38.10 . ó Mhoigh chréacht-ghalaigh Chuinn, Dánta Grádha² 71.11 . pl. gaetha galacha gera burning sharp winds, SR 8121 . tri chóicait coica ngalach `steaming cooks' (?), Met. Dinds. i 34.77 . lechtán lond-galach, iv 82.38 . in galaig guinig combative men and slayers, SR 8340 . Same word (?): claideb Golai gér golach, SR 6192 . co tech ríg golaich (: chobaig) Galían, Met. Dinds. iii 162.8 . maic Gáith golaig, 338.14 .

2 galach

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n (gal) m, coll. hot fighting (?): galach .i. gail no gai- sgeadh, O'Cl. galach da ḟenned, TBC 4323 = galach dā fēindid TBC² 2800 . ro gniadh co garb an galach sin occo (of slaughter of enemies), CCath. 2829 . roba garb in galach, 6010 .

? galacobur

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ind anflaith gach galacobur gonus a deis .i. ... drochflaith in cach leis i na cobair gail gonus ... in ceile tre imad inndligidh, O'C. 454 ( H.3.18, 242a ). See O'Cl. s.v. gallchobhar.

Galád

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Forms: Gilead

pn n. l. Gilead: g s. sluag Galad (: rád), SR 5554.

galad

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n (1 gal, Celtica vii 45-46 ) a fierce thirst (or hunger) : rotfersat cid teora airgi dib dia mbreith i ngalad, Anecd. i 11.16 ; `es werden dir schon drei Herden davon genügen um sie zu (verpflegen ?),' ZRP xliii 399.6 . issí no bered in sechtmad n-aidchi iṅgalad d'ḟeraib hErend for in t-ṡluagad do lacht (v.ll. dobered fir Erenn as an galar; as a n-galadh), TBC 404 ( LL 56b47 ); 'she it was who used to quench the thirst of the men of Ireland with milk every seventh night' (reading a ngalad), Celtica vii 46 . da tora lib, beraid as a n-galad fir Erenn gacha sechtmad oidchi, Celt. Rev. ii 110.5 (TBFlidais) = benfadh a ngal íota ┐ ocarais d'feraibh E., B iv 1, 132b10 . atú muindtir sesir … ┐ nimta a mbreith a galad accorais Ir. Texts iv 118 .

galaigidir

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v (gal) steams, boils : fo c[h]osmuiless ngaluigedar coire mbīs for tein, Corm. Y 323.