gim(h)eas

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n f. : valley, hollow (?) : gimheas (geimheas v.l.), IGT Decl. § 54.13 . dá ghimhis don ghoirm-Ṡinainn-si | uman n-inis, ex. 1395 . fata srúm gimhsi gach gille, ex. 1405 . Cf. gibis.

gimsech

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x see gibsech.

gin

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Forms: ginu

n u,m.

(a) a mouth : g s. in geno deeid (gl. securi oris), Ml. 82c5 . a ngena, 55a18 . d s. ho giun, Wb. 5d14 . i ngiun, 4d33 . tri giun (for a s.), Ml. 74d13 . i ngin, Thes. ii 357.19 ( Hy. vii 65 ). a s. tri a gin-som, Ml. 68c12 . a p. ginu (gl. ora), 88b10 . íar senad a gena co tánic rath in spirta naim fair, RC vi 165.1 . núall cech gena `the cry of every mouth,' Fél. Sept. 16 . cé betis secht tengtha | im gin ..., Ep. 126 . Cf. Aen. 1409 . sæthar ecnada 'na gin (giun v.l.) sāethar buirb 'na lāim, Arch. iii 314 § 27 . diá tesorcain ar gin díabuil, RC xxi 378.16 . coscther a gin do golgaire, TTr. 1068 ( LL 231b32 ). a gin in fatha, PH 3660. BNnÉ 48 § 23 . bennachais P. iarum a gin, Laws i 8.10 . Anecd. ii 32 § 2 . no-labratís na demna tria n-a nginaib, PH 747 . i ngenaib na filed, Auraic. 1594 . amail donaircechain tria ginu na [prim faidhi], Laws i 16.7 . tar a ṅgena, PH 3771 . toimhlidh in loech ..., tara gin `swallows a man whole,' Marco P. § 107 . Cf. dar a chræs gin osluicthe, FB 37 (Eg.). sechtmad [screpaill] cach oen ngena do riagail r[i]u ... for every mouth [of grazing cattle], O'D. 1564 ( H.5.15, 3b ). Fig. suí ghena gusmair a scholar of vehement speech, ZCP xii 364.21 . ri rosáer ... do gin Balaim (i.e. from the [maledictory] utterance of B.), SR 7334 . gin .i. craes, Lec. Gl. 359. In phrase : a hoín-gin (giun) ; ó óinghin with one voice, unanimously : atbertatar amail bid a haongiun, Corm. Y 1059 . amail bidh a haenghin friscartsat, Marco P. § 31 . o oengin, Hib. Min. 71.28 . o oengen, RC xv 294.17 ( Dinds. 5 ). (ó) oen gein ┐ ó óin chridi, Lat. Lives 26.12 .

(b) hunger (?) : gin .i. ithe, O'Dav. 1025. (?) na hith, gemadh mor do gin | an tiascc do bhir go mbi fuar `though great be thy hunger (lit. mouth),' BNnÉ 82.11 .

(c) the point or edge of weapons : occurs only in d s. in phrase fo (rarely do) gin : dochotar fo gin claideib, SR 5068 . dosbér fo gin claidib, Trip. 164.24 . rar-berthar uile fa gin gæ ┐ chlaidib, TBC 2973 . doratsat fo gein cloidem ┐ gæ, Anecd. iii 68.1 . Éire do chur fa ghion gai ┐ claidhimh, Keat. i 128.7 .

(d) an opening ; a (mountain) pass : gin lócharne lethan the wide mouth of a lamp, Fél. Ap. 22 . tegdais gena na ṅglend (= domus oris vallium), PH 4600 . Cināed cinged gin nGabrūain ... the pass of Gabhrán (i.e. Belach G.), Bruchst. i 52 § 114 = FM i 538.z .

Compds. ¤áil see ginól ; ¤chróes o,m. (in s. and pl.) gaping mouth : nó-ṡúigfed cid Érinn uli ina ghinchraes, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 13 (s.v. Coire Brecain). dar gincráes a bragat, TBC 1025. LL 108a29 . comtar écnaig a ginchroes, TBC² 1943 . gomdar inecnaigh a ghincraeis, TBC p. 373 n. 1 . asringsatar a ṅgin-chraesu, LL 237a49 ( TTr. 1517 ). rooslaicset a nguba ocus a nginchraesa, Fen. 114.23 . RC xiv 404.3 ; 422.20 . Cf. inchróes. ¤gob (a) mouth, muzzle (of animals) : a gingobaiph ┐ a heocurbelaibh na n-ech, CCath. 4957 . i ngiongobaibh a ngredh, Hugh Roe § 57 (28a) . (b) a point : tar gingob na sleighi, Acall. 4923 n . ¤tuillem (leg.) extravagance, prodigality : cinta comráite ┐ gintuillim liabilities arising from deliberation and prodigality (?), Laws iii 68.14 . inann fis urfogra ┐ fis gintuillmedh (leg. ¤tuill- mea ?) a n-urradus knowledge of his having been proclaimed and of his prodigality are equivalent in customary law, O'C. 2535 ( Eg. 88, f. 44 (45d) ).

ginach

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Forms: ginech, genech, genach, ginaige

(gin ; also ginech, genech, genach)

adj I o,ā greedy, gaping : co ngibsib gol nginach (of hounds), Met. Dinds. iii 408.6 . ar iffern ṅgér n-ginach, Fél. Ep. 538 (LB = ngeinech, R2 : thened). píasta gineacha goib-gheára, Todd. Lect. iv 84.11 ( CRR² 29 ). na daine ginacha ┐ an lucht ibeas iumar- caidh, 23 P 10³, 32b13 . gelta gionacha gnūisliatha (of the panic-stricken) gaping-mouthed ?, ZCP xiv 251.16 . amhuil leomhan noch atá geanach chum a chreiche, Ps. xvii 12.

n II ā,f.

(a) greed, voracity: in ginach cona fodlaibh .i. ro-íta ōil ... co longad capaill, Aisl. MC 125.13 . sōerfu hē don ginaig, 116.6 ; 128.19 . For ginaig, LB 143a2 leg. ginaige (?)

(b) act of gaping ? act of laughing ? (< gen): slóg már oc ginig (oc cignid, gignig v.ll.) ocus gáirechtaig, Im. Br. i § 61 . adaiged ginig (gignid, gigni, gine v.ll.) fóu, ib. bis.

? ginaid

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v (gin) eats, devours: gin .i. ithe, ut est: forbo gen ith nginsat .i. forgen na mbó conduatar, O'Dav. 1025. ? cona trit gines prius ┐ cona trit escas postea, 1543 .

ginaige

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n (ginach) ,f. greediness: is iad daine is mo gabus an easlainte seo .i. ... leinimh ar son a nginaidhi, 23 P 10³, 32b9 . ? téidm cróeis ┐ ginaig (leg. -aige) dochumm a chota, LB 143a2 .

gináil

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x see ginól.

ginan

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n (gin) dimin.: ginán gl. osculum, Sg. 46a2 .

? gine

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ind g s. brúud gine (bruth n-gene, St.), one of Cú Chulainn's feats, TBC 2112 = brud gine, TBC² 1504. See also Ériu iv 30.12 .

ginech

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x see ginach.

Ginḟiach

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(compd. of gin) npr m. Ginḟiach, a quo Cenēl nGeno, ZCP viii 329.4 .