gentilech

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Forms: geintiligh

n o,m. a gentile, heathen : pl. na geintiligh , Luc. Fid. 211.2 .

gentlecht

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x see gentliucht.

gentlide

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(based on Lat. gentilis)

n I io,m. a gentile, a heathen, a pagan : v s. a gentlidi, Wb. 5b32 . d s. frecre inso dar cenn ind iudidi don geintlidiu, 2a4 . g p. fu mam inna [n]geintlide, Ml. 73b8 . 67c2 . breo batses gente (gentlide v.l.), Hy. iii 2 . iar n-indarbad ... Iúdaide ┐ gentlige, PH 4644 . geinntlighi ┐ aimhirisigh ag lot na mainistrech, RC xxv 398 § 16 . do ba ghnáth-bhéas dona geintlidhibh Dies Solis do ghairm don Domhnach, Corp. Astron. 12.5 .

adj II io,iā gentile, heathen, pagan ; magic, pertaining to sorcery : in popul Iudaide ┐ gentlige, PH 4596 . trechumasc (sic leg.) do firaib creidmecha ┐ di firaib geindtlige a blending of Christian and pagan ordeals, Laws v 472.6 Comm. trí chumachta ṅdruidechta. ┐ trí eolas ṅgentlidi, TTr. 310 ( LL 221b1 ). tria grád ngentlidi `pagan love,' Met. Dinds. iii 70.48 . on droing ... allmarda glaingentligi (of the Norse- men), Cog. 50.22 . doficfad gente ... cona ndéib gendtligib, YBL 215b6 . faibli guacha gendtligi, TTebe 785 . ro īad snāth glas geintlidi, ZCP v 22 § 7 . do thógbhadar gaoth gháibhtheach gheintlidhe, Keat. ii 1318 . TSh. 6046 . baisted g.¤ circumcision : Issácc mac Abraham ... tuccadh an baistedh genntlidhi air ... doníat na hIdhail a clann do baisted co genntlidhi, Maund. § 94.

gentlidecht

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n (gentlide) ā,f.

(a) paganism, heathenism : d'ḟorcetul a thusnigti robatar hi ṅgentlidecht, Lat. Lives, 90.2 . co n-id cotarsna in génntligecht do'n Cristaigecht, PH 720 ; 725 .

(b) heathen sorcery, magic : draidecht ┐ génntlidhecht ┐ sénairecht, LB 258b81 . fuaratar ... tre geintlidhecht ocus tre iodhaladhradh (of magic discovery of buried treasures), Cog. 114.29 . draoi ... ré tuar maitheasa nó uilc ... a los ... a gheintlidheachta, Keat. ii 5333.

(c) In pl. heathenish contrivances or engines (used by the Saracens in sieges) : dochuaidh docum in tuir ... maille sassaibh ┐ re genttlighechta imdha, RC xix 282.5 ( Fier. § 211 ). dentar innsaighe ... maille reighthibh ┐ re ginnt- lighechta ele, ib. 154.x (§ 138).

gentliucht

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n (based on Lat. gentilis) ā,f. gentilism, heathenism ; esp. heathen lore, wizardry, heathen spells, etc. : i scéláib et senchassaib recto et geintlecte, Wb. 31b14 . fri dubrechtu gentliuchtae, Thes. ii 357.5 ( Hy. vii 51 ). ro milled in gentlecht, Fél. Prol. 213 . ni roadairset in Coimdid acht génntliucht ┐ adrad hídal, LB 128a30 . nachn-erbbad i ṅgentliucht, na n-erbbad i fírinne, ZCP xi 88 § 56 . [tin]tud ngeindtlechta, Laws i 8.16 . intuth i ngintlecht, O'C. 758 ( H.3.18, 358b ). combtar fortilde for suthib cerd ngenntlichtæ, RC xii 56.16 ( CMT § 1 ). LU 4413 . Cf. Anecd. i 19.19 . rachuaid im munigin ... a gessi ┐ a gentliuchta, TTr. 362 ( LL 222a20 ). rolā ... tūathi ocus gentlecht isna hilblassaib sin `charms and heathen spells,' Aisl. MC 5 . mucca gentliuchta, RC xiii 448 § 34 . d'ḟoghlaim druidhechta ┐ geindtliuchta ┐ ḟeasa diabuil, BB 27b10 ; 19a33 . Cf. with above : expelle gentilitatem ab homine isto, Stowe Missal, p. 5 . transforma- vit se in multis formis per gentilitatem, RC xxiv 276 § 9.

gentraige

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n (1 gen.)

(a) one of the three kinds or modes of magic music (it produced laughter in all who heard it) : sūan- traige ┐ gentraige ocus golltraige, ZCP iv 36 § 10 = TBF 120 . gentraigi .i. trēidi imefuilnge gen, Corm. Y 722. . sephainn gendtraigi co mbatar hi subai ┐ forbfáilti, RC xii 80 § 73 . sepainn genntraigi doib co tibsiot a mna, 108 § 164 . roṡeind gentride conadcorastar i ṅgen ṅgaire, xiii 438 § 8 .

(b) Personified as a mythical harper (one of the three sons of Boänn, who were each named from the strains played in turn on the Dagda's harp when their mother was giving them birth) : Trī derbrāthri a trīur .i. Gentraige ┐ Golltraige ┐ Sūantraige, ZCP iv 36 § 10 = TBF 17.21 .

gentraiges

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n (1 gen) laughter-producing music : rotsephain gentraighes comboi Cuch. ag sirgaire, RC vi 183.16 .

genum

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n (4 gen, Sprache xliv 42 ) a sword (B. na Filed) : mo genum im duais ro boi, LL 208a8 ( IT i 162.4 = mo ghenam, Ed.). genam .i. claidh- eamh ... im duais .i. im laim, O'Dav. 1065 . selais mu genum a muin .i. tescaid mu chlaideb a munel, LL 208a17 ( IT i 163.2 ).

genus

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geocach

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n (< Eng. joke ?) o,m. a mime, a strolling musician, a mountebank . gl. mimus, Ir. Gl. 513 . rí Fer cell ... do marbadh don Géoccach Húu Aillén, RC xviii 29.14 (Tig.) = CS 312.8 ; FM ii 990.1 . bud binde leó geōcaid | nā ceōil corta (crot v.l.) ō thsāithibh, ZCP x 49.27 . bean deigheinigh ... re gnath-geaogeachaib, AU iii 634.21 . do cherrbhachuibh ... do gheócachuibh, Mac Aingil 214 . éadach is béile na sruithgheocach, Ó Bruad. ii 198 § x .

geogain

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x see geognad.