gíallnae

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Forms: gíallae, giallai, ngiallai

n (2 gíall) ; also by assimilation gíallae ,f. dun giallai (gl. ad deditionem), Ml. 72b11 . i ngiallai (gl. in dicionem), 63a12 . d s. i ṅgēillni Corp. Gen. 153 (Rawl. 143 a 10) , Ériu xxii 148 n. 1 .

(a) submission, hostageship, security : tri aslach foir giallae di alailiu, Ml. 141d1 . C ... fil hi ngialnai lasin rig, BDD § 114 ; ní léicter airm léo ... úaire is in n-giallnai fri fraigid atá[a]t, § 94 (= giallu ; BDD² 930 ; giallai, D) : giallnai do Scathaig, RC xi 450.126 . na tri macaim bátar hi ngiallnai ic L., Trip. 58.3 . ro boiside ... i ngiallai fri láim Cormaic, LU 4364 (= a ngiallaigecht, Anecd. i 16.20 ). ┐ atrulláeside a giallai, 4376 . luid ... día chrích iar n-inriud ┐ giallai (ngíalladh, YBL) do `after, plundering and taking hostages, RC ix 454.5 . isin carcair ... ina roibe P. a ngialla leis, x 180.29 . co ttucc a mac fein i ngiallna dho, FM ii 1088.22 . an tan ru-s-buī a ngiallna la Rōmánchaibh, Fl. Earls 200.6 . feidm n-gialla (cheville), MR 204.11 . nenaisc giallnai ┐ sluagad, LL 36a37 . diultad Dē ┐ giallnæ Demuin, O'Mulc. 309 . dobert giallna mic do .i. póg, O'C. 968 ( H.3.18, 416 ).

(b) Abstr. for concrete a hostage-surety : icait a fine a secht cumulu rannaither itir flaith ocus an giallna, .i. da trian don flaith ┐ aon trian do ghiall, Laws ii 136.24 - 26 Comm. (= Bürgschaft p. 79 , where, however, Thurneysen (note 5) would emend giallna to giall).

(c) coll. pledges, hostages : naidm (sic leg.) na ggiallne Laghen fri Fergal, AU i 1726 (an. 720) = FM i 316.2 (an. 717). bertair giallno iar congail, AU i 58.18 (an. 562, verse) = bersat gialla, SG ii 471.20 .

(d) Leg. technical term for status of a `dóerchéle' who has received `rath' (= stock) from a flaith or chief, and who thereby becomes dependent on him, being under his protection and bound to render him certain services. See (with exx.) Thurn. ZCP xiv 339 seq. , also Críth Gabl. pp. 96 - 8 . do-llēce doḟeth do gīallnai (v.l. gialli) abandon turbulence for service, ZCP xi 96 § 54 k (cf. O'Cl. s.v.). giallna ocus mainche, Laws ii 218.2 Comm. v 286.12 Comm. giallna .i. ... in ceilsine dliges in flaith, O'C. 1868 (RIA 23 P 3, f.20c ). meth flede, no methle giallna `failure in supplying the feast, or the band of service-reapers to the chief,' Laws i 156.y . do neoch is flaith cetgiallna, 162.16 Comm. laigid imna for giallna, laigid giallna for tochra, O'C. 1868 ( 23 P 3, f. 20c ). aiggillne .i. auggu-gīallne .i. ō dorat in fer sét taurchloithe dialaile ... ar airitin sēt ūad ... is ugga dō īarom gīallae dond fir sin, Corm. Y 81 . cain aigillne ocus giallnu, Laws ii 222.1 . gialla mic i mbru a mathar, v 216.20 . .i. ceilsine do geallu o'n mac bis a mbroind a mhathar, 218.20 Comm. secht ngialla, 216.17 . .i. secht ceilsine, 218.1 Comm. in rath fein issi sin in giallna .i. ise tuillius in giallna, ii 222.14 Comm. is ann is ríg in tan dodnimmchellat dréchta[i] gialna, Críth Gabl. 570 (cf. p. 96 ). `céli gíalnai' opposed to `sóer-chéili,' Críth Gabl. 323 , 331 , 370 , etc. Fir (gen. ?) giallna (sic leg.) apparently the man who gives `giallna,' the lord, Laws iv 34.4 .i. na fir danada (leg. dianid ada) in giallad no in ceillsine .i. na flatha, ib. 34.28 . gialla fri rind ga, inge mad bes la cinel clientship at the spear-point, v 216.21 . See also under gíallaid I (a).

gíallnus

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n (2 gíall) hostageship, captivity : conid i ngiallnus i Temraig is marb F., RC xxiv 182.22 . co dtuc C. i ngiallnus lais, Móirth. Er. (Pref. p. 15 ). Corc Duibhne ... do bhí i ngíallnus ag Corbmac ó Mhuimhneachaibh, ITS xvi 4.28 . rogabhsat ocht bfichit laech ... i ngiallnus a n-aittire, FM ii 934.4 . dia comhda i ng.¤ `in confinement,' iv 1250.7 . ii 642.5 . Cf. gíallus.

gíalltach

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adj (gíallad) o,ā submissive, obedient : ba gialltach gnía, LU 4283 ( SG 84.19 ) = LL 145b24 (gialtach).

Gíallucán

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(< 2 gíall) o, npr m. : Muirethach mac Giallucain, Rawl. 159b37 .

gíallus

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n (gíall) u,m. hostageship : berar ... i ng.¤ il-laim Neill, RC xxiv 182.22 . ní roadaim giallus no edireacht `who never gave pledges or hostages,' Cog. 56.18 . cath re clérchib mairg do chuir | ... nocha nfuigbhe giallus as gain success from it, SG 70.30 ( LL 150a10 ). g s. bassa collid giallasa I was a destroyer of hostageship, LU 9318 ( Kilk. Arch. Jl. 1870-71, 380 ). Cf. gíallnus.

? gíalta

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ind g s. (?) se mili, mod ṅgialta (: bliadna) ṅglicc, SR 2343.

giartha

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x see gerta.

giba

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n stripping, peeling of the skin (?) : fóiridh na gaga ┐ an giba (of a prescription), 23 K 42, 347.15 . giobadh picking, stripping,' P. O'C. Cf. gebbad.

gibach

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adj (giba) o,ā ragged, tattered : iomdha bréid ort, a cheirt-si ! | ní leatsa gan bheith giobach `well mayst thou be ragged,' KMMisc. 352.6 . Fig. an cheud chuid dod dhíosgurs giobach your shreds of arguments, Luc. Fid. 330.18 .

gibal

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n o,m. IGT Decl. § 17.15 . a clout, a piece of cloth : an giobhal leur folcadh a aghaid ga adhlacadh, Parrth. an Anma 436 . Of swaddling clothes, in pl. na cēt-ghipail ro-chuir in naomh-ōgh ina urt[h]imchell, Fl. Earls 192.10 . Luke ii 12.

gibán

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n (giba) o,m. dimin. a short ragged garment (?) : g s. ar gairdi do gibain, IT iii 103 § 193 = Bruchstücke § 63 .