geibiach

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x see gebech.

geibiacht

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x see gebidecht.

geibidecht

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x see gebidecht.

geibire

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x see gebire.

Geidh

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pn (gl. geta) a Goth , Ir. Gl. 19.

? geiféid

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n : (of a mangy pig) geiféid gan geir Hermathena ci 35 § 55 .

géillius

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n u,m. service, fealty (?): i ngéillius (ṅgellius v.l.) maicc Maire, Hy. ii 68 : gl. .i. geilsine .i. immui[n]teras, Thes. ii 321.22 .

géilsigid

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v takes into service (?) : fut. nod geilsigfe Crist eter dligtechu .i. no ngebasom C. ina geilsine .i. ina munteras, LU 982 (ACC).

géilsine

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n (giall, géill) ,f. hostageship, rendering of hostages: later confused with célsine (<céle) and used in the same sense service, vassalage; often with an unfavourable mean- ing forced service, subjection: is he arelabrathar Mumain n-uili .i. biad Mumu huile ina gellsine, Anecd. iii 63.16 . co tuc [mac] Maic Murchadha a ngellsine lais brought away ... as a hostage, RC xviii 277.2 (Tig.). in quo cecidit Maine ... a[c] cosnom gelsine Hua Maine Condacht `con- tending for the hostages ...,' xvii 136.6 (Tig.) = gellsine, CS 44.23 = geillsine, FM i176.10 . co tartadh E. a ngeilsine do o Laignib, LL 393b39 . dlighidh ... righ Airghiall ó righ hErind saer-ghéillsine for a ghiallaibh `free-hostageship for his hostages,' BR 142.y . Cf. Fen. 364.15 . táet im gelsini sea is ferr dó oldás celsine óctigernd, LU 5590 = chēllsine, TBC² 1107 . Cf. TBC 1614 . in ti ro bo saer ... ocus du nar dliged gellsine, Laws v 18.15 Comm. rotairbir fo smacht ocus fo geilsini ... do Gallaib, Cog. 48.10 . fo gheillsine Gall, 40.2 . do bátar ... i ngéillsine mhóir dhó .i. cét orc ┐ cét laegh ... SG 87.31 . dia fuasluccad asin geilsine imbatar, D iv 2 72rb42 . geillsine agus coimhdeacht I Conchúbhair d'fhia- chaibh air, Kilk. Arch. Soc. J. ii 346.19 . Applied to the religious sphere: nongeba-som Crist ina geilsine .i. ina munteras, LU 983 = RC xx 268.19 . ar m'oilithre ┐ ar mo geilsine don Coimde, BNnÉ 302 § 10.

géilsinecht

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n (géilsine) ā,f. service, vassalship: g s. dobera Crist lóg a geilsinechta do, ACC § 89 Comm. ( RC xx 268. ) Cf. Lib. Hym. i 177.482 .

1 geilt

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Forms: geltai

n i f. one who goes mad from terror; a panic-stricken fugitive from battle; a crazy person living in the woods and supposed to be endowed with the power of levitation; a lunatic. See Irish Mirabilia in Speculum Regale ( Ériu iv 11 § 18 ). Translated by volatilis, RC xvii 229.19 = xxiv 54.3 = CS 122.8 . As sobriquet: Suibne Geilt do dul (sic leg.) ar geltacht, Laws iii 88.3 . nídam nia acht am geilt ghand | Dia dorad i cert mo chond, Corm. p. 34 (s.v. ong) = Buile Ṡ. 40.11 . amail geilt cin aslach uilc like an innocent, ZCP vi 266 § 3 . geilt in mara (of Lí Ban), SG. 237.28 . See muir-geilt, s.v. muir. fuil na geilte, Anecd. ii 26 § 5 . voc. a gheilt ghnío- mhach ghér, Buile Ṡ. 138.10 . pl. naoi ngelti dibh do dol for geltacht, TFrag. 40.11 ; ib. 48.11 (ngeilte). geltai, RC xvii 229.19 (Tig.). im naei ngelta, xxiv 54 § 14 . ra garbhgortgholgrechaig na ngelt, CCath. 4355 . rith fri gel- taib, CRR § 38 . clithar boiscell .i. gelti no elti, Auraic. 5554 . Cf. 5551 ; 1185 and Anecd. iii 43.16 . gelti may be a gloss on a fanciful etymology of boiscell as baos céille. Cf. Hard. ii 296.12 . nach n-éirigheann mar na geilte i mbárr na gcraobh, ITS xvii 110.26 (Ó Cearbhalláin). geilt glinne

(a) sprite of the glen: Glenn mBolcáin ... | ima ngairid geilte glinne, Buile Ṡ. 40.x . bocánaigh agus bádhbha agus geilte glinne agus deamhain aidhéir, ITS xxiv 28.21 . ┐ do síl na geilti nglinne sinn fein, Irish Texts iv 17.1 . Formed on analogy of geniti glinne, s.v. genit.

(b) name of some bird (?): dí gheilt glinne Ghleanna Smóil, PRIA 1 Ser. vii 190 (from poem enumerating various birds and animals). Dimin. geltán and geltagán, q.v.