gataigecht

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n (gataige) ā,f. theft : is messa in usaracht na'n gadaigecht, PH 7573 . srian órtha ... tucc an diabhul i ngadaigheacht dó, BNnÉ 55.z . créd im a ndernais an ghadaighecht úd ? SG 4.2 . gniomh rogranna gaduighechta, Ériu v 98.1 . ar son gatuigechtadh, Triads, p. 37 n. 71 .

gataigid

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v (gait) denom. takes away, removes : na seacht core ... nat gataigter do theni, Anecd. i 11.2 .

gatail

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n (quantity of `a' uncertain) taking away, theft : tri seoit i ngatail caindle uadh, O'D. 522 ( H.3.17, c.424 ).

? gataile

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ind in becuidhi in gataile | in cetaile ri gataile, IT iii 102 § 186.

gath

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n dart, spear , see goth.

gathán

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n (gath) o,m. dimin. a ray, a beam : roergedar gathana glanailli greni, TTebe 1987 . roruithnig a gathana glanshoillsi, 2197 .

gathlann

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n spear-blade (?) : m'ech mo charpat mo chathbarr | mo gathland in n-umaide, LL 146b16 ( PRIA 3 Ser. iii 540 § 8 ).

gatlach

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n (coll. of gat, = withes ?) n. l. See Hog. Onom. dollotár dar Glend nGatlaig, LU 5386 . Glas Gatlaig o sein úair ba i ngataib dobertatar a llóegu, 5387 . cath garg Gatlaig, Met. Dinds. iii 462.36 . Gatal a gatlaig, SG. 365.31 .

gatrach

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adj dogni gadrach dia longaib, Aen. 244 (of ships broken up in a storm). madra ┐ selan gadraigh 'ma brágaid `a twisted halter,' Im. Br. i 70.19 ; cf. 67.32 (= ZCP xvii 369.3 ; 363.27 ). ? udhmadh .i. ainm don ré ghadraigh trésa ttéid an crann bhios ar an gcléith ag dúnadh ar na ceathraibh, O'Cl. (= nomen dond roí triasa teit in crand, Corm. Y 1269 ). t'eachradh fá ghadarach i n-ainfhiachaibh `gagged by excessive debts,' Ó Bruad. i 178.26 . píp trí mbeann is damhsa an ghadaraigh `the dance of the withe,' iii 130.12 . Ironically : rinnce an chloidhimh is rinnce an ghadaraigh (i.e. the wielding of swords and hanging), 110.16 .

gatṡním

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n u,m. withe-twisting, twisted or matted twigs (?), contortion (gen. used of the effect of the wind) : re gaidsnim na gaithi garbfuairi gemreta, TTebe 2810 . guro lad gatsnim (v.l.) i mbarr uachtair na fidhbuidhe, CCath. 668 . co ṅderna gatṡnim do barr na fidhbaidhe (of snow), Acall. 5013 . 3510 .

gatṡnímach

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adj (gatṡním) o,ā (epithet of the wind) withe- twisting, contorting : gæth gott-shnimach glorach, TTebe 1961 ; 2161 . na gætha garbgluairi gad[s]nimacha, ib. 3079 .