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.

Galail

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pn n. l. Galilee: amal dorigne i nGalail | fīn don uiscci, RC xxxvii 346 § 20.

galais

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n (gal ?) d s f. contest, victory (?): gabais in sluag raind ind ḟaidb | gluair iarna ṅgalais glégairb, SR 6462 . ar gais galais (: anais) no gart ṅgle, 6035 .

Galáit

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pn n. l. Galatia: Rawl. 78a28 (: āit).

1 galam

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n some kind of perishable fence, identified with the `loch-aile' `lake-fence,' for which see Laws v 270.15 , 25 : na himeda urcradacha ... .i. garad ┐ galam ┐ log ... galam .i. inni goltar as a eim .i. in lochaili, O'D. 1569 ( H. 5.15, 4b ). In O'D. 2263 ( Rawl. B 506, f. 22a ) the gloss is: gal do eim [.i.] in lochaile.

2 Galam

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Forms: Golam, Golamh

(Golam) o, npr m. a name of Mílid from whom the Milesians derived their name: Milid, Galam a ainm díles, LL 12a52 . Galamh da ngairthí Mílidh Easpáinne, Keat. ii 628 . Golam, Leb. Gab. 220 . Golamh, 222 . g s. ocht mic Ghalaimh, Keat. ii 738 . Leb. Gab. 226 passim.

galann

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Forms: galaind

n (gal ?) g s. or g p. n-stem? n s. not found. d s. galaind, Ériu iv 102 § 40 . Meaning uncertain.

(a) valour, warlike deeds (?): galann .i. gaisgeadh, O'Cl. g.¤ .i. nāmha, ib. galann gach námha, Met. Gl. 13.9 . do rind ret galaind, Ériu iv 102 § 40 . an [n]gnīmh ngalann gann `the harsh, deadly deed,' Fianaig. 44 § 9 . lith ngaland a satisfaction of enemies (?), LU 7454 = BDD² 1056 . Fergal ... | grib glond galann, RC xxiv 64.4 . Most commonly used in phrase `guin galann,' applied to a mortal wound given in warfare: doriṅgned guin galand de-sium andsin ┐ ro díchend F. hé, TFerbe 676 . doronsat guin g.¤ de, co ttorcair leó, TBC, p. 635 n. 8 . RC xxiv 186.7 ; xvi 53 ( Dinds. § 101 ). CRR 26 . ērge-si uili chugi ┐ dénaid guin g.¤ de, ZCP xiii 212.8 . xiv 266.12 . ba menca lim anadh ann | dar éis cáich a guin galann I oftener remained there (i.e. on the battlefield) after leaving everyone utterly slaughtered (?), MR 310.2 . ML 142.4 . fuaim iar [n]guin galann go, O'C. 345 ( H.3.18, 191ba ). coisg díom do chinedh ... sul rabhar mo ghuin ghalann `ere my mortal wounding befall,' Duan. Finn i 8.25 . Of a dead body: o rasiacht cucu ... corp Tith ... darindset guingaland [de] amal nobeith beo, thrust their spears in him (?), TTebe 3476 .

(b) Abst. for concrete, a hero, a champion (?): fil galand (s.l.) rosói dath, ZCP iii 206 , n. 5. buí dias galand la hUlltu, Laegaeri Buadach ┐ Conall Cernach, O'D. 956 ( H.3.17, c. 670 ). adchiu galaind forsngabther enemies , ZCP xiii 46 § 35 . is maith sin ... beith duit-siu ... etir galandaibh Ulad, O'D. 957 . flaith Midhe milibh galann of thousands of heroes (?), FM i 100.10 (verse). ? ala claidme galand .i. ... ferann gaiscid is diles don ti noscosna sech cach n-aen, O'C. 2093 ( H.4.22, 73a ). fortched n-galann `inciter of valour' (slaughtering of warriors?), MR 170.10 .