gérchúisech

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adj subtle, ingenious: Prov. vii 10. Exod. xxxi 4 ; xxxv 35 .

? gercnat

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n (fem. dimin. of gerc ?): nach cūalo gercnat don gléo ? | is marb Conn Cētchathach cūa, Fianaig. 42 § 3.

gére

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n (gér) ,f. sharpness: do ghéri do shlege, Mer. Uil. 57 . uisce sleibe nímsása coibchi co ngeire ngnusa, O'Dav. 329 = O'Mulc. 180 . Fig. acrimony , air is mór a ngeri sidi ` savageness ,' Ml. 75b1 . eider ingin is māthair | bīaidh ferg gnāth is gēre, ZCP x 50.26 . intensity, severity: ar ghéire ar nguil, IGT Decl. ex. 1120 . ruc Dauid, ba géire gúr, | in déde sin o Saúl it was a sore insult (?), SR 6391 . a ghéire ghoineas ... é `the sharpness with which it wounds him,' TSh. 4409 . acuteness: ríg cen géri, cen grinni, Met. Dinds. iii 24.315 . Berach immorro ainm fuair trésin rinn-áithe ┐ tre géire a fhert ┐ a míorbal, BNnÉ 26 § 16 . fer ... co ngéri inntlechta, Aisl. MC 105.15 . keenness, edge (of appetite): ger a gēre ab eo [quod est] rumenatio , Corm. Y 701 . ger ┐ gere .i. gera ebraice .i. ruminatio. gere didiu accobar cocnama, O'Mulc. 641 . géri ocus gorti, Aisl. MC 95.1 . co n-géri chon with the keenness of a hound, ib. 3.12 . benuidh dhiom géire `they drive hunger from me,' Buile Ṡ. 116.23 . o ratairned ... a ngeri ┐ a n-accorus, TTebe 484 .

? gérenach

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ind ranic co gérenach Gall | in rí dedenach Domnall, LL 130b2 .

gerg

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x see gercc.

gerga

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n fierceness (?): uair gerga ┐ gala, IT iii 94 § 143.

gergaile

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g s. dia sathairnn na sechtmaine ... | firfid graphainn gergaile, | amal choire for fichud, SR 8203 . Compd. of gal, vn. of fichid boils (?)

? gergara

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Forms: gergara

n (also gerrgara) the calf or shank of the leg (< gerr short [part] and g s. of gairr calf of the leg. Cf. fergara.). Used only of animals: lēicidsom cloich dont samuisc ... co mmemaid a gergairi (gergara LU) fāi, TBC² 1725 = LU 6214 . ro brisses a gerr gara `ich zerbrach ihr Unterbein,' TBC 2371 , where rhyme requires two words. Cf. ib. p. 899, n. 7 . co memb do gerr gara foat (of a heifer), IT ii2 247.80 (Eg.) = co mbeba do ser ndeis no chli fout, Lec. But cf. co mmema do fergara fót, LU 6099.

gergenn

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x see 2 Gerrcend.

gerid

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Forms: gerthiut

v warms: gerthiut it warms thee, BDD² 317 (§ 34) and see gertha.

gerind

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Forms: gerind

n (Lat. gerundium) a gerund; n s. in gerind , Sg. 148b9 . 27b18 ; 149b7 ; 188a1 . gerent ÉC xi 117 (Paris Latin 10290 19 b 27) .