? geiniti

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ind forgo (written for go) grian genelaigh .i. is leor d'imdenam an ferainn do nech cidh bé dona geiniti so sis eillgitar aige, O'C. 2460 ( Eg. 88, f. 37 (38)c ).

geinn

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n a wedge , see genn.

geinntech

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Forms: geinnteach

n o,m. a wedge: geinnteach IGT Decl. § 22.9 . geinnteach do chur fo na peileruibh, ITS xix 114.24 . g s. ag bualadh an geinntigh, 116.4 .

geinsiu

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x see gainithir.

1 geint

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n budding, sprouting , P. O'C.

2 geint

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x see gent.

geinte

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adj io, iā sprouted: is imdha and grán geinte, IGT Decl. ex. 1280 . cruithneacht chaoch nó gheinte, TSh. 4653.

Geintene

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io, npr m. Ardm. 18b2 ( Thes. ii 364.2 ).

geinti

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x see genti.

1 geir

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n d, f. IGT Decl. § 191 . animal fat, tallow, suet, lard: usqa (`lard') ... .i. geir suis .i. na muici, Corm. Y 1286 . ge[i]r quasi cér a carne , 719 . tumud na cainnell a geir ocus uscca in carna, Laws ii 252.2 . a mul imme nō gereth, Cáin Ad. § 2 . diamad mé douéradh fuiriocc | ... | nobetis déra geiredh | dar eneach gach caratt, ZCP vii 268 § 4 . curchān gered gerthige, Aisl. MC 35.23 ; 85.20 ; 122.2 . frissin cómlaid n-geriud, 87.24 . do pic ┐ do geir[id] ┐ do céir, CCath. 2143 . doníat bals[am]um...dia fheoil ┐ dia gheir (of the ox), Marco P. § 171 . geir go mblas seirbhdhighe (of rancid butter), TD 37.2 . an gheir fholchas na hinnighe, Lev. iii 14 . do chuir ar uachtar na geire...iad, viii 26 . coinle ceire agus geire, Luc. Fid. 211.9 .

? 2 geir

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Forms: geir

n geir (gearr, grenn v.l.) grainne (one of the `ce- néle dáileman'), Triads 231 . Perhaps to 1 geir: `fat of grain' (?).