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.

gepta

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n a gate : g.¤ Flonndruiss, Fl. Earls 30.17 . aird-gepta cosnamha na Fraingce (of Amiens), 30.2 . ag geptaigip in baile, 32.z . Cf. geata.

gér

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adj o,ā sharp, keen :

(a) In physical sense : comrac arm ṅ-gér, TBC 797 . iṅgni ... cruindgéra, 212 . co scenaib glasgéraib, LU 3888 ( SC § 40 ). Mac Ruaidri na renn roger, MacCarthy 434 § 1 . cu cloich ṅgéir, PH 5733 . carruic ghéur sharp-pointed , 1 Sam. xiv 4.

(b) In abstract sense keen, intense : rommain ar gāibthib géraib, Hy. vi.26 . ar iffern ṅgér ṅgenech, Fél. Ep. 538 . fīr ṅgér, a sharp ordeal, BDD² 712 . Bás meic ríg ... bid gním gér, TFerbe 106 . cath Géisille géar, fierce fight, Content. ii § 43 . Of illnesses acute : eslanti gera, Mack. Cat. 46.23 . O'Gr. Cat. 210.32 . galair ghéara gháibhtheacha, TSh. 516 . ḟiabruis géra = febres acutae, 23 K 42, 39.22 . Of taste salt, acid : na spisrud nger, Irish Texts v 78.26 . biada saillte na gera, 80.31 . Of satire biting, virulent : trí drude denma glam n-gér, LU 10547 . mac in druith al-lus glám ṅgér, Ériu ix 49 § 32 . glam gér .i. ainmedh i t'agaid, O'Dav. 1430. casaoide chruaidh ghéar, TD 22.56 . ib. 34.35 . Of sounds sharp, shrill : rosgrech ... co ... roger, ZCP vi 99.21 . Of per- sons sharp-tongued, railing : in cainti ba geriu ┐ ba gortiu ... bai i n-Hériu, Hib. Min. 65.3 . a bhfhocair mná géire with a brawling woman, Prov. xxv 24 . géar rom ghabh ní gus aniogh, Dán Dé xxix 6. Of animals : masa elta gési gér `sharp-voiced,' MU² 469. In favourable sense intelligent, keen-witted, acute : seanchus grinn géar, Content. xvi § 183 . ní aorfainnse ... an ghnúis ... ngéir, TD 23.20 . Cf. Dánta Gr. 38.8 . Equative : geraither cloidem, TBC 5601 (St.). gérither altan berrtha, MR 20.3 . gerithir a gae ri ailt, LL 44b27 . As alleg. npr m. Glas ┐ Ger ┐ Guba. See also Heldensage (Index).

Compds. (1) Prefixed to noun or adj. : ¤acre : dia do ghuasocht dá ngéar-agra `if thou strictly urgest,' Dán Dé xvi 15 . ¤aithech : Garaidh géir-ethach `a fierce vassal ,' Ériu i 30.232 . ¤betha a painful life , O'Dav. 338 . ¤breth a severe judgment : an ghérbhreith aithrighe the severe penance, O'Gr. Cat. 36.36 . ¤cert ? : ni frith fri geirchert ... ecnaid no drui (: Eigept), SR 3229 . ¤cúis subtlety , Prov. i 4 . ¤cúnntas a stern reckoning , Donlevy 484.11 . ¤daith : bronnaidh a ghroigh go gérdaith with eager promptness, IGT Decl. ex. 354 . ¤eolus exact knowledge , AU iii 574.10 . ¤fáebar sharp edge , Mart. Don. xxxv 22 . ¤fáebrach keen-edged: bád glasa gérḟaebracha a dhi tṡleig, Cóir An. § 6 = glas géarfhaobhrach, Keat. ii 1956 . ¤gairmnech shrill: gol ... goirt gergairmnech, ZCP x 413.7 . ¤gním mortification, austerity: géir-ghníomha goirte na haithrighe, TSh. 8813 . ¤gorm intensely blue: na gulbnig gergorma, LL 142a20 . ¤guasacht acute danger ; a ffuair ... do ghaibhthibh ┐ do ghérgusachtaibh d'easbaidh bhídh, FM v 1662.2 . ¤guinech sharp-wounding , FM i 334.6 . a cholann ghearghuinioch, RC xxiii 12.12 . ¤iarnaide : an sagart do léigen as na gériarnaighibh (i.e. from his fetters), Ériu v 92.14 . ¤inntlechtach keen-witted, acute , TSh. 2252 . ¤láided earnestly exhorting: iar ngresacht ┐ iar ngérlaoidheadh a bhecc slóicch, FM v 1356.18 . ¤loscad burning fiercely, searing: ceó ... tighe dha géarlosgadh, Ériu i 22.104 . ¤menma apprehension (?), intentness (?), anxiety (?) : atá germenma in t-ṡlóig form-sa, TBC 552 ; 498 ; 1467 . ¤nemnech agonising: gnáth-ghalar ... géir-neimhneach, TSh. 8239 . ¤oll : nī dīghainn mo glēs gēroll, ZCP xiii 8.5 . ¤radarc sharp sight: géradharc an uilc, Mac Aingil 21.4 . ¤rennach keen- bladed: tri .l. gai gerrandach, BDD² p. 68 § 165 (St.). TD 7.4 ; 16.68 . ¤scrútad close investigation , Donlevy 68.w . ¤smacht harsh rule, severity: géar-smacht an chéastúnaigh, TSh. 6383 (severitas tortoris, Neh. i 2 ). ¤tind : robidgc in gái gluair gerthind, SR 6076 . ¤tuicse keen intelligence: a léightheóir gherthuigse, Flower Cat. 574.4 . ¤úrlach (cf. urlaide): ro ēirigh go grod gērúrlach 'in a sharply smiting manner (?)' ZCP xxxiii 130 § 5 . Cf. imúrlach. ¤urnaighthe fervent prayer , BNnÉ 227 § 129.

(2) Prefixed to verbs : ¤gaibid binds securely: ro croclaigid ra cendsaigid ro glaccaid ┐ ro gergabaid ┐ tuccaid ar culu dun catraig, BB 238b53 . ¤lenaid persecutes: do geirleanfuidis sinn, Donlevy 90.2 . ¤scrútaid incites (?) : ilimat a fert ┐ a mhírbal ... gēr-scrūdaiss sin intinn-chroidheda na rēgiōn `incited the minds,' Fl. Earls 132.17 .

géraid

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v (gér) turns sour : vn. fínéagar nó fíon do géaradh trid truaillidheacht, Corpus Astron. 32.28 .

géraigecht

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n (gér) ā,f. :

(a) of diseases acuteness, intensity: géraigeacht lenna ruaid, O'Gr. Cat. 260.22.

(b) Of speech sharpness, railing: ag géuruigheacht, re aoire, Eg. Gl. 361 . do bhuail sé ag géruigheacht orra, 1 Sam. xxv 14.

géraigid

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v (gér).

(a) sharpens, whets : geraighther agus in- dillter in gæ bulga, TBC 3878 (St.). géraigter bar mbeara ┐ var gcorrána, CCath. 4258 . géraigh sgolba, IGT Decl. § 158 . do geraichius sleag, YBL 150b41 . géuruigh iarann iarann [oile] : mar sin ghéruighios duine gnúis a charad, Prov. xxvii 17 . vn. do gerugad in tochluígthi to season the food, Ir. Texts v 48.36 . do gérughadh a shuic, 1 Sam. xiii 20 . Fig. da gerugad inntleachta an legtora, ITS xiv 118.18 .

(b) intensifies: an treigeanus iomurcach gearaighidh se an teas, 23 K 42, 145.2 . gearaighthear na leighis leis sin, 350.11 . Intrans. foll. by ar : do gheruidh Caoimhgin ara ghuidhe go Dia C. prayed more fervently, BNnÉ 159.4 . Keat. iii 609 . do ghéruidh ar a ghuidhe, Mac Aingil 235.10 .

(c) makes sour: géuruidhe beagán laibhín an laos uile, Gal. v 9.

geraine

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n (geir ?) ,f. fat (?), suet (?): coelan na geraine nó muine (gl. fel cum bucliamine), Gild. Lor. 224.

gérait

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x see gérat.

geraltach

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n o,m. a Geraldine: d p. clemhnas re Geraltachaibh, Expug. Hib. § 68 ( Eng. Hist. Rev. xx ).