gallrach

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x see galrach.

gallúine

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n (galún, Risk 81 ) galloon, lace braid: matal ríogh mallṡúilech Múai- dhe | dalldhuinech (galluine v.l.) sdiom úaine ort, KMMisc. 170 § 13.

gallúinech

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n soap: gabh pudar dragantum ... ┐ an 4. cuid do galluineach, 23 K 42, 423.16 (to be inserted in a wound).

gallurad

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x see 1 Gall (Compds.).

galma

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n ,f. rigour, harshness; hardihood: rodaslin galma (: amra, ocus glóir (of Israelites after Saul was made king), SR 5547 . In unfavourable sense: cen galmai (: Dagdai) ngairg `without rough vigour,' Met. Dinds. ii 18.10 . cen galma (: Gabra) ngáid `free from rigour of need,' ib. 22.50 . Caillti ┐ Galma ┐ Forgabail (fictitious names of sons of Mí-Enech), RC xxiv 280.20 . Cf. Anecd. ii 63.4 . galma .i. crúas, O'Cl. galba .i. cruas, ib. tresan ngarcclonn-broid ngalmda, Leb. Gab. i 106.1 . ? ginghalma .i. gin fál, ut est, Cinaeth ginghalma, O'C. 1470 ( H.3.18, 652 ).

galrach

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adj (galar) o,ā

(a) sickly, ill, diseased: ba saethrach ba gallrach in mathair, IT i 40.9 . i pendit ind áosæ galrich, Mon. Tall. § 52 . atracht in galarach ┐ se slan, PH 2320 . claim ... ┐ baccaig ┐ coss-gallraig, 4399. 7155. asbert roptis galraig `sickly,' Trip. 234.27 (v.l. gallraig). bliadhain ghal- rach, eslán, ALC ii 288.x . ar an mball bhíos g.¤ , TSh. 7677 . ib. 507 . ní bhfuigheadh ... an galrach a b[h]ainne, Keat. iii 2759.

(b) uneasy, troubled, sorrowful (cf. W. galar): eclach gallrach dóibh in áidche anocht, RC xix 120.z . eccla ifirn ... 'na minic fóidh guil gallraigh, ACL iii 216 § 3 . do bádhus ciamair gortach gallrach acut aicsin, LB 278b19 .

galrad

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n (galar) disease, pestilence : pl. galrada éxsamla various distempers, ALC i 578.23 .

galrae

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n sickness: g p. di phlágaib ... galræ ṅile nécsamle, Thes. ii 256.12 . ? frisna huli dóinib batar hi ngallru, PH 2494 (by Atkinson taken as a p. for d p. of galar).

galraige

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n (galrach) ,f. sickliness, disease: tosach crīne gallruighe, Anecd. iii 16.12 .

galraigid

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v g (galar)

I Trans. causative sickens, fills with disease, infects, causes pain: don as glas galraiges `of the blueish sickening milk,' Hib. Min. 66.35 . mar tainic aimser ecca C. do gallraighed uile é, BNnÉ 123 § 72. 189 § 39 . do ghalruigh ┐ do thruailligh é féin, TSh. 3298 . a ghéire ghoineas ┐ ghalruigheas teine phéine purgadóra é, ib. 4409 . in tan gallraighter in maclac, Irish Texts v 52.18 .

II Intrans. suffers, grieves, is troubled: ro-gallraigis in n-aicned (leg. i n-aicned) doennai duinn, `Thou didst suffer for us in humanity,' PH 179 . is mo co mór gallragim detsiu, RC ii 390.11 . Lat. Lives 90.11 . rogallraig ... Aenias ac fegad in lochta sin, Aen. 1389.

galraigthech

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adj (galraige) o,ā ailing, sickly, infirm: gur mé in glas galraightheach (Oisín speaking of his old age), Duan. Finn i 15.29 .