2 gem

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n a slip, a sliver , see gim.

gemaid

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v gyves, fastens : ro gemad glasaib slabradaib .i. ro gennad glais ┐ slabraidh air, O'Dav. 1064. (?) a meic hi geamaid | etrond romebaidh, IT iii 93 § 140.

geman

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n (= Lat. geminus, -a?) a twin: gl. dindyma (leg. didyma), Ir. Gl. 834 . Cf. 1 emon.

? gemann

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adj d'fhir thaeibhgheal thonngeamann ` pure- skinned ,' Misc. Celt. Soc. 410.8 .

gemar

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n o,m. IGT Decl. § 11 . green corn, corn in the blade: uaine a gheamhar, Ir. Top. Poems 120.9 . fogamur .i. fo gemur .i. dag gemur: dagh .i. cruithnecht, Three Ir. Gl. 20.z ; IGT Decl. ex. 622 . denaid gurta gemhair, BNnÉ 309.x . ZCP x 44.12 . Hy Fiachr. 274.4 . AU ii 462.6 . FM v 1678.10 . conár fhágaibhset ... gort na gemhar ... cen loscad, ALC i 566.6 . an gort do bheith deagh-mhaiseach 'na gheamhar, TSh.² 9120 ; ib. 9132 . ar tús an geamhar, agus na dhiaigh sin déus agus na dhiaigh sin arbhar iomlán, Mark iv 28 . geamhar ó lár ag tacmhuing tréinfheadha Studies 1929, 594.8 . Mé an gort nach tig a tharadh | tig gach gort mar a gheamhar, DDána 10 § 14.

gemel

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Forms: geimheal, -il, -li, -li, gemlecha

n m. and f. geimheal m., IGT Decl. § 53 (n p. -il or -li); f. § 54 (g s. and n p. -li): In pl. also gemlecha.

(a) a gyve, a fetter, a chain: glas no gemel no geibenn no slabrad, Laws i 110.11 Comm. frith cech glas ┐ cech gemel ┐ cech foriata ... oslaicthi, LB 133a6 . tabair gemeal (geimil v.l.) cruaid for cimbid, KMMisc. 270 § 8 . Ériu iii 14 § 7 . gemel ... glasiaraind, MR 178.12 . nír cuireadh gíall a ngeimhil, IGT Decl. ex. 1376 . LL 141b3 . mar bhráighid bhíos i ngeimhil, Dán Dé xv 17 . cin scáiliud glais nó gemli, Ériu ii 200.10 . pl. noco maith geill cen geimhle, LL 146b35 = PRIA 3 Ser. iii 542 § 17 . mar do beitís gemla iairn ... fái, SG 243.24 . dothoitedur na geimlecha ... de, ZCP vi 287.10 . glais no geimlecha itir cach dá n-ánraid, MR 176.4 , 24 . d'folach ... na saer-geimlech, MR 178.1 . tucait iat hi ṅgémlib cus-in rig, PH 982 . Ériu x 80 § 43 . as bhar n-geim- lechaib ... glas-iaraind, MR 178.4 . dochuirsiot a nglais ┐ a ngeimhle díobh, FM vi 1992.3 . Often captivity: rochuinig Colman ... Maelodrán a geimhel dó asked for M.'s release, BColm. 68.13 . E ... do gabail do Donncadh ┐ a lecan a gemil do arís, RC xviii 196.x ; ib. 15.24 . do éludh a geimheal, FM iii 134.7 . iatt i ngeimhlibh isin Mumhain, ii 950.16 . With subj. gen.: i ngeimel Taidg, ZCP viii 225 § 42 . i ngeimiul Néill, xiv 258.10 . Fig. ... co mēt teimil truim | mo dā rosc i ngeimil (ngeimel MS) grinn, ZCP vi 263 § 8 . cuirfead do chos a ngeimhiol isna liontuibh, Luc. Fid. 344.4 . a ngeibhlibh an pheacaidh, 241.4 . an ré 'san ghrian i ngei- mheal, TD 21.40 .

(b) In specific sense of chain : batar ... geimli asin ær sin, slatine argait 'arna fighe ... asna geimlibh sin, Aisl. Tund. 117 § 2.

(c) Transferred of captives, hostages (by poetic licence) : Ní dúal cairde ar creich ngeimhil, Ériu ix 162 § 1 . do-ghénsa ... chreich ngeimhle, 163 § 3 . fine Néill na náoi ngeimiol, Gleanings from Irish MSS. 18 § 27 ; Cf. TD 8.8 .

Compd. ¤trom, IGT Decl. ex. 536.

gemen

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n (also gaimen) o,m. a skin, a hide integument ; a couch or seat of hide : gaimen .i. gaimfinn, is sia a find-side quod [h]ieme occiditur , Corm. Y 242 . trénbrat ... marbad gemen coem comlán (of the heavens encompassing the earth), SR 189 . direnar daggamun, Laws iv 314.5 . gaimen ocus cherchuill, v 406.17 . ni inorgaiter gaimin `no hides are beaten,' Ériu xii 48.13 . a c[h]erchaill clūimhe ┐ a geimhin claisi (of the effects of a dead monk), ZCP vi 271.22 . gemen findach fírgámna, Aisl. MC 95.27 . atracht asa churuch gaimhin, Anecd. ii 18.1 . isé dergudh is córu ... feis a cochlan for geimin, D iv 2 47r marg. infra . bā cǣra for gaimen (of a vain effort ; cf. nibdar caera ar seichi, Ériu vii 242.6 ), Aisl. MC 73.21 . Cf. MR 124.14 . pl. ocht n-imdai ... cona córus tincair itir corcailli ocus gaimniu suidi, Laws iv 326.6 Comm. athgabail lobuir dia mbe for gaimniu, i 192.13 gl. .i. ... a taeb risna gemnib, 194.3 Comm. g p. ? co fagbuitis landgur a n-gainme forro (of serpents) the scales of their skins, BB 495a3 (Alex.). In n. l. : Glenn Gaimen, Onom. 443a . Same word (?) : co ngemlib gemen (: Nemid), LL 695 = co ngeimlib glainír, BB 28b11 = co ngeimhlibh glainfhir, Leb. Gab. i 98.15 .

gemes

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x see gim(h)eas.

gemin

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n Gemini , see geimin.

gemlech

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Forms: geimhlech

n (gemel)

I o,m. geimhlech, IGT Decl. § 22 a fettered person, a prisoner, a hostage : roscacht i ngrísaib gemlig `in galling chains' (lit. burning pains of a captive), Met. Dinds. iii 370.55 . a ngnimaib geimhligh, BB 275a1 = in n-gnímhaibh geimhlibh, BR 140.4 . pl. na geimhligh uile dh' élúdh, IGT Decl. ex. 805 . du : ní fhuil glas gan dá gheimh- lech, ex. 803 .

adj II o,ā

(a) of or belonging to fetters ; fettered, captive : do chloind Laitin langeimligh ` full-fettered ,' Auraic. 802 . Bran gemlech glúair, LL 4287 . forais Genainn ba geimhlech `a man of fetters,' Leb. Gab. i 130.4 . ar an mbróin ngeimh- ligh ngiall fettered swarm, TSh. 6684 . tri fichit uinge d'airget ghil ina unga geimhlech as his fetter-ounce (i.e. ransom), FM ii 818.5 . = ina ungai geimleach, AU i 560.11 .

(b) Fig. criminal ? cruel ? : Nabal nemnech gemlech crín, SR 6325 . co cath gér geimlech, 5591 . mod ṅgémlech ṅgle (a cheville, ṅgemlech MS), 7149 . nāch cūala an [n]gnīm ngeimlech ngarcc ? Fian. 42 § 5.

gemled

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(gemel) vn. fettering, binding : ar ṅgeimled gíall, LL 6428.