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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x see 1, 2 and 3 genas.

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.

geognad

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Forms: geogain

n (formed from redupl. pret. of gonaid) wounding, slaying : gresacht, ocus geognad ... na n-gaiscedach, MR 238.5 . Also geogain : atracht a bruth ... iarna geogain, BB 433b11 .

1 geóin

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n f. confused noise, uproar : geóin in morslóigh ic gabháil in margaidh, CCath. 477 . geoin na cath ic comruc, 906 . 2463 ; 4437 . lasin ngeoin moir ┐ lasin ngrithghair, 4633 . ro eirich geoin mór sa m-bruighin, Celt. Rev. ii 108.10 .

2 geóin

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n f. ` assurance, certainty, proof ,' O'R. : in ininnraigh vi seoit isi a geoin, O'C. 1825 ( 23 Q 6, 47 a ) = isí a haithne, O'C. 304 ( H.3.18, 167 ). in t-urrad bis a comithi na comgaiti .i. nocha da deoin no nocha da geoin not willingly or with full knowledge (?), O'C. 2568 ( Eg. 88, f. 48 (49)a ).

geolbach

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n the gills of a fish, the jowl, the throat : focerd ... bedg gusind ēcne ┐ gaibid ┐ brissis a geolbach, ZCP iv 40.5 = gaibid a oílech, LL ( TBF 210 ). ó earr go hardghoilmhioch (of a salmon), ML 38.w . ro bris góilmech in bratáin, SG 398.25 ( Eg. 1782 ). geolmhac `a jowl,' geolmhac bradáin, O'R.

geósadán

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n o,m. `a small stack, shaft, arrow ,' O'R. : deal- bobhmaid-ne sluag draidheachta umad-sa do na geosada- naibh sanaisi, CF 111 = na ngasán sonuis, Eg. and see gas sanais.