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.

giorac

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n o,m. hubbub, tumult, quarrel: tormān, fúaim, giorac, coimhlin, Eg. Gl. 579a . giorac an phobuil, Ex. xxxii 17 . giorac mór, 2 Sam. xviii 29 . g s. fa ghuth an ghioraic do theith an pobal, Is. xxxiii 3 . feárr fuin fleidh ná tós gioraic, Hard. ii 400.17 .

giorta

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n a girth: giorta óir an eich, Oss. iv 278.14 .

gipa-gapa

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x see gib-gab.

gipal

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x see gibal.

gipánach

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x see gibánach.

gipne

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x see 1 gibne.

gipnech

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x see gibnech.

giraing

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n (B. na Filed) a wild-goose (?): ZCP xii 361 § 6 = giu- groinn, Arch. iii 310 § 6.