1 garbad

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(vn. of garbaid)

(a) rudeness, intractability (?): nā bīd garbad foraib-si. ┐ fobarbīa fáilti ┐ cendsa, ZCP viii 318.27 ( Rawl. 142b10 ) = na bid gair sid foraib, Lec. 77b14 = na bith graín foruibh , BB 109b15 .

(b) of face (in illness): rop ar garbad gruad ind ríg 'it was after the sickness (?) of the king' Ériu xx 130 § 51 . do gnuis ... a[c] garbad (garbdubad, v.l.) ┐ a[c] glasad fort, ┐ airrdena ega ag taidecht dod t' insaigid TTebe 4540 .

? 2 garbad

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ind ar gharbhadaibh glan-ṡoillsi, MR 102.5 . (An leg. gardhadaibh gardens ?)

garbaid

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v ā (garb)

I Intrans. becomes rough, shivers : rogarbus (gl. inhorrui), Ml. 127c16 . vn. do gnuis ... a[c] garbad (garb- dubad v.l.) ┐ a[c] glasad fort, ┐ airrdena ega ag taidecht dod t' insaigid, TTebe 4541 .

II Trans. roughens : garbaid an gaeth fuar ... e (i.e. in corp), 23 P 10³, 21a5 . is e Neptuin garbas ┐ fethnaiges i[n] muir, TTebe 2667 . Fig. dogarbsat gala raised rude warfare (?), MacCarthy 424.y . flaith rogarbad do gním gá `a prince that was hacked by spear-play,' Met. Dinds. iv 210.15 .

garbaigid

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v g (garb) intrans. becomes rough : nir garbaig gné, LL 141a37 . Of sounds: garbhuighidh .r. re hucht .dh. mur so: cíor ┐ dubh, cíordhubh, IGT Introd. § 45.

1 garbán

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n (garb) o,m.

(a) coarse meal, bran: meic gruthraige ... meic garbáin chaín chorcca (a comic pedigree), Aisl. MC 35.2 . meanadach .i. garbhán, O'C. 1320 ( H.3.18, 607a ) (gl. on FB 9 ).

(b) rough sand, gravel: maidhm Bheoil Atha na nGarbhán, FM v 1274.15 and n.

2 Garbán

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Forms: Garban, Garbain

(garb) o, npr m. n s. Garban, BNnÉ 15.9 . Trip.² 2629 . g s. Garbain, AU i 85.y (an. 608). i 316.6 (an. 821). Rawl. 144f49 , etc. Trip.² 2626.

garbáncha

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adj (garbán) o,ā rough, rude . As nickname: an Garbhánach Ua Baoighill, ALC i 130.5 = an Garbhanach, FM ii 1038.4 . in Garbanach hUa Corran, Misc. Arch. Soc. 130.14 (tr. `rough-faced' as if = garb-ainech).

garbdae

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adj (garb) io,iā rough, rude fierce: Caïn ciar, garbdai, SR 1959 . gorta garbda garg, 3397 . ingnassaib garbdai, 7995 .

garbe

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n (garb) ,f. roughness (in physical and moral sense), asperity, fierceness: is e trumma ┐ garbi in ingreime-sin, PH 562 . o garbi co cendsa, 3576 . gairbi etir na brāthrib, Arch. iii 240 § 4 . gairbe gránáig `the fierceness of the horrid fight,' Met. Dinds. ii 46.24 . cen gairbe cen gol, iii 332.33 . gan gruig gan gairbe frim, Laud 610, f. 6c . míne i n-aghaidh gharbha, Dán-Fhocail 230 . do fhás gairbhe san ngaoíth, FM v 1582.9 . tré ghairbhe fhionnfaidh an mheannáin, TSh. 8956 . re gairbhe na teangadh, 23 K 42, 153.5 . gairbhe an ghotha hoarseness , 35.21 . ? Used of the shuddering caused by dread (cf. garbaid) : Rongab gairbe risin scél, | rotheich ... `fierceness seized him at the tale : he fled ...,' Met. Dinds. iii 396.13 . ba snim lasin righ ... a graindecht ┐ a gairbi (printed 'agairbi), Aen. 1508.

Garbith

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(gen. id.) npr m., see Rawl. Index, and add Garbith mac Laithicen, Rawl. 146f22 .

garbóg

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Forms: garbog

n ā, f. botan. the coarse brassica, wild mustard: garbog (gl. ea), Ir. Gl. 186.