gíscán

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n o,m. grating, gnashing of the teeth: do ní sé gíoscán lena fhiaclaibh orum, Job xvi 9. As vn. ag gíosgán ré na bhfiacluibh, Ps. xxxv 16. Also díscán, q.v.

gíscánach

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n (gíscán) a grating noise: gíscánach na carpad, Acall. 1780 n .

gíscánaid

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v (gíscán) gnashes, grates: gíos[g]anuid a bhfíacla, Lam. ii 16.

gíscarnach

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n a gnashing or grinding of the teeth; a grating sound: da ndeúna an t-easlan giosgurnach ... rena fhia- cluibh, 23 K 42, 195.4 . da roibh an fhuil meith ┐ giosgarnach aice idir do mheuruibh, 122.19 . Mark ix 18.

gísdáil

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n (AN loanword Risk 587 ) joisting: gíosdáil an tuir do thuitim fútha, ALC ii 448.12 ; 'joists' Celtica xiii 135 .

gitart

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n a gittern (?); a guitar (?): aes ciuil ... a comseinm itir orgán ┐ gitart ┐ galltrumpa, ZCP vi 52.8 .

giubadh

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n plucking, pecking at: Caeptha .i. ainm do amadan ... .i. inti donither do caopad no do giubad .i. in fer lethcuinn .i. [in] gebtha nó in tomtha, O'Dav. 485. Cf. `giobaim I tear, tug,' O'R. and gebbad sup.

giugrann

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x see gigrann.

giuil

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Forms: geol

n g s. m. (n s. geol ?): ? eisin an giuil gennaigh, Celt. Rev. i 212.4 . eissen beg an giul gennaidh, Duan. Finn i 56.12 .

? giuirneisi

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n some measure of length (?): cuig giurneisi déc ... do trághad do mhuir Torrian, ALC i 252.24 .

giumhas

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x see giús.