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.

Garbraige

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pn one of the three tribes descended from the Fir Bolg , see ZCP ix 177.6 .

garbrón

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x see compds. of 1 garb.

garcc

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x see gercc.

gárda

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n (late loan-word fr. Eng. or French) a guard, ward, guardianship: d'eagla mo chora as gárda `lest I be put out of the protection,' Studies 1918, 617 § 8 . gārda saigdiūir, Fl. Earls 172.y . drong do ghárda an Phresidens, FM v 1638.10 . i ng.¤ an Iustis `in the retinue of the Lord Justice,' 1738.2 . caiptín a gh.¤ , Gen. xxxvii 36 . i ng.¤ a bhrataighe atáid `guarding,' Ó Bruad. iii 90 . pl. na daoine bhias faoi ... a ngarduibh `in authority under him,' Ériu v 126.15 . issíad amháin iss gárdae do rīghoip ... Fl. Earls 92.26 . a ghárda slógh `his attendant forces,' O'Gr. Cat. 2.y .

garda

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n enclosure, garden , see garrda.

garde

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x see gairte.

gardigid

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x see gairtigid.

gardiugud

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x see gairtiugud.

gardius

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x see gairtius