Gallachda

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pn a Chaldean: na Grēig is na Gallachde, Ériu iv 174 § 2.

gallacht

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n (galdae) valour, fierceness: rodíchuir cen (v.l. con) gallacht ngand in n-arracht, Met. Dinds. iv 22 , 55 = Im. Br. ii 303 § 14 . is mór gallacht (: mallacht) a ghaili (= gaille BB) `great is the fame of his valour,' BR 230.15 .

galladagda

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adj io,iā gallo-greek (?): pl. Galladagdai idon Galla- grege, MacCarthy 286.29 .

gallán

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n o,m. (dimin. of 1 gall): g.¤ cloche a large upright stone, a pillar-stone: gallán clochi bói for sin fhaichthi ... dofuair- ghaib fria ais, RC xiv 424 § 44 . rodosmarb d'óen urchur don g.¤ chloche, 428 § 52 . iomad de leacaíbh ró-leathna agus galláin chloch ag a n-iomchar, Keat. ii 5429 . com- cuimne da crích ... .i. int ogum isin gollan, O'C. 421 ( H.3.18, 230b ). int ogum isin ngallán ... gebid grem tuinide do (one of the things that establishes proof of legal right to possession), O'D. 1581 ( H.5.15, 7a ). amhail do theilgfeadh gallán gaoine an t-ord do buailfidhe uirre dá druim, TSh. 1945.

? gallbrecht

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ind meichem .i. gallbrecht, ut dicitur dimeichem .i. nemh-moradh, O'C. 113 ( H.3.18, 72a ).

gallda

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adj (1 gall) io,iā foreign (Norse or English); with foreign connections or ways: a dhream Ghaoidhealta ghallda (addressed to a Burke), Studies 1924, 241 § 1 . goillseach nárach neamhghallda (of the daughter of MacWilliam), DDána 66 § 13 . cengal in cath-bairr gallta, Cog. 194.10 . ben gallda .i. Ruiselbhar a mhathair ... Oidios gallda fuair a Luinduin, Fen. 172 n.5 . Uilliam g.¤ (a nickname) `The Anglicised', ALC i 530.4 .

galldach

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adj (gallda) o,a native of England: gl. Angligena (sic leg.), Ir. Gl. 307.

galldacht

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n (gallda) ā,f.

(a) foreignness: hence English con- nection, fashion, ways: a fhir ghlacas an ghalldacht, Ir. Rev. 1912 472 § 11 . gallbailti gan ghalldacht, Studies 1920 416.z . ar ndul tre tarmchlannughadh ... i ngalldacht becoming English through transplanting, Hy Fiachr. 106.6 . tugsat a ngalldacht ar glan-aigneadh they exchanged their English character for . . . Hy Many 136.6 .

(b) coll. the Englishry, the English settlers: Mac Uilliam Búrc ... cenn ... gaiscidh na Galltachta, AU ii 554.14 .

(c) district occupied by the English: in Ireland The Pale , FM iv 762.14 ; in Scotland the Lowlands: ag sealbhughadh Ghalldachta na hAlban, Keat. ii 5996 . Rel. Celt. ii 164.25 .

gallecda

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adj io, iā Gallic: a iathaib gallecda, CRR; § 11 ; § 8 .

gallér

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x see gaillér.

gallia

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x see 2 gall (Compd.).