? gicéne

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n a suckling : gicene graece .i. genitus .i. nōidiu cīche, O'Mulc. 652.

gic-goc

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n (onomatopoeic ?). Of Norse origin acc. to Mar- strander, RC xxxvi 383 . Native formation (cf. Mod. Ir. gíog guag 'a silly prater') acc. to Kelly, Celtica xxv 98 . guttural chatter (?) : gíc-goc (gic- gog v.l.) Gallgaidhel, Anecd. ii 72.6 . Compare gib-gab.

gicil

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x see gigil.

gidh

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conj., see cid.

? gidil

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ind find-gidil ri tuind ar tracht | etir linnib leborbárc, LL 4489 = gilithir tonn tic dar trácht, Ériu iv 96 § 17 (Rawl.). Error for findidir (?).

gigil

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n A word of uncertain meaning. In physical sense apparently a tickling sensation (cf. giglim I tickle, O'Br. ) ; fig. nervous excitement, fluster, irritation (?) ; sometimes perhaps a term of disparagement ; at gilla co ṅgicgil | gan gasced gan gus, TBC 3463 . tuccta na liubhair ile | do Mulling il-laimh cleirigh | ó mac Éra cen gigil | cena gusin aenlitir, Anecd. ii 38 § 19 . gigil (sic MSS) leis—loinditi a fearg, | imdergad a gruadh ngeldearg a source of irritation to him (?), Ériu iv 214 § 9. For further exx. see Ériu v 70.

giglechus

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n (gigil)

(a) a tickling or irritating sensation : maille re gigleachus eigin ┐ re hurla(gan) (= cum quadam titillatione et nausea), 23 K 42, 305.19 .

(b) nervous excitement (?) : nach bíadh sgáth na gigliochus ort rempaibh, RC xxix 124 § 29.

gigrann, giugrann

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Forms: gigraind

n o,m. (later gighra n, f., cf. IGT Decl. § 145 ) a wild goose, a barnacle goose : gl. anser, Sg. 36a5 ; 64b1 (giugran). gigrand a girando .i. ōn c[h]ūairtfell bís fuirre, Corm. Y 709 . gioghrann .i. cadhan, O'Cl. ro gab gnath giugrand guth, LU 860 ( ACC § 63 , RC xx ). atracht giugroinn a geibid (sic leg. : B. na Filed), Arch. iii 310 § 6 = gíraing, ZCP xii 361.4 . guth an ghioghruinn, Buile Ṡ. 86.15 ( Buile Ṡ.² 2nd ed. 1298 ). pl. gigraind, K. and H. § 25 . giug- rainn gerga socrait gáir, SG 365.z . tecait giugraind dar fairge uair, LL 356 (marg. sup.). elta giugrand, 265a49 ( MU² 468 ). as fás én ngioghrann tre ghiús, IGT Decl. ex 1960 . In n.l.: Tech Giugrand (some place on the Liffey near Dublin) : og Taigh Gíughrand, MacCarthy 404.30 . ic Ailen Tigi Giugrand, RC xxiii 314.14 .

1 gil

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ind .i. uisge, O'Cl.

2 gil

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ind .i. lāmh, O'C. 1466 ( H.3.18, 651 ). Possibly suggested by Corm. Y 702.

3 gil

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n a leech : gil ┐ gilcach .i. quia in gelidis locis [nascuntur] , O'Mulc. 653 . gilldæ (= a youth, a pupil ) .i. is fri gil is cosmail. Is ē didiu a bēs aide .i. tossugad (= do ṡugud, LB). Iss ē dono bēssad in gilla tosugud (do ṡugud, LB) forcetail do t[h]engaid a fithidire, unde dicitur ... doglen gil tengaid, Corm. Y 676 . gil an sugad (? -aid) seng, Met. Gl. 33 § 16.