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 .

ginmar

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adj (gin) o,ā greedy, voracious: dingbais dib gorta ṅgeir nginmair, Anecd. i 55 § 38 . gætha galacha, gera, ginmara, SR 8122.

ginól

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n < gin mouth + ól (óil) jaw ?

(a) jaws: amail sóersai Teclam | de ginol na bíastae, Fél. Ep. 472 . telgitt a nginoil na péisti hé, Aisl. Tund. 104.x (= i gcraos, 130 ). co nginail ursoilcthi, 98.16 (= bēl 125 ). Fig. fri ginol ṅgal (: tinól), SR 5899.

(b) some part of a weaver's beam: ginol garmna dognither do uindsind, Auraic. 1175. 5516 . giniol garmno, 4271 . ? Cf. ginol .i. glac na gabla, Fél.² lix.y .

ginsib

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x d p. see gibis.

gintuillmid

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n (gin-tuillem) extravagant person, a prodigal (leg.): for fer n-imtha selbh .i. in gintuillmidh, O'Dav. 785 ( H.3.17, c. 563 ).

gintuillmidecht

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n extravagance, prodigality: fear recus ferand a athar ... i ngintuillmidecht, Laws v 20.5 Comm. fis a gintuillmidhachta ata ag in trebairi, O'C. 2558 ( Eg. 88, 47a, a ). fis furfocra ac trebuiri in urraduis no gin tuill- midechta a cain, Laws iv 58.12 Comm. ma ta fine ar aird is amail memur nach furocraid in gintuillmidechta ann ┐ ni tiucfaide fo coraib and (i.e. the contracts of a spendthrift cannot be repudiated unless his kindred have given notice), O'C. 1277 ( H.3.18, p. 518 ). taisce tancus fo coraib na trebaire ... ina fo coraib in gintuillmidechta, ┐ damad a taisce tista fo coraib in gintuillmidechta ni maidich raith, O'C. 1278 (ib.). a ngintuillmidecht in prodigality, O'D. 687 ( H.3.17, c. 504 ).

giobach

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x see gibach.

giomach

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x see gimach.

gíománach

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n (< Eng. yeoman) o,m. a yeoman, a hireling soldier (?), a retainer (?): ro marbad ann cenn giomanach Mic U. ┐ a galloglaeich, ALC ii 334.3 . cetra fichit giomanach, `mercenaries,' 370.26 . buidhen ghallócclach ┐ gíomanach, FM v 1716.1 . gíománach ... do mhuintir T. `yeoman,' 1578.3 . do gíománchoibh gaoidhealcoibh, 1640.y . ba giemanaig dheisgcredeacha iad so uile servants, retainers , Mann. and Cust. iii 292 n .

giomṡúileach

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x see gim.