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.

giunad

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Forms: giunaid, giunta

n m. (g s. giunaid and giunta) clipping, shearing: isin ngiunad co lomad ... no isin ng.¤ cen lomad, Laws iii 352.19 , 23 . g s. coirpdiri a cneide ... in eiric giunta co lomad, no cen lomad, 354.4 . eiric giunta co lomad a ciabaib na crosan, ocus na scoloc, ocus na ningen mael, 6 . Used in 360.17 of an injury (i.e. shearing) done to animals.

giunnach

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adj (giunnae) o,ā shaven, shorn: Amhargein Iar- ghiúnnach ... íarn .i. dubh, giunnach .i. folt .i. folt dubh baí fair, Cóir An. 253. See, however, Joynt, Ériu x 133 seq. , where it is explained as shaven (or bald) behind. ben Amargin Iarngiúnaig, LU 8411 ( FB 28 ). clanna Amargin giunnaig, ZCP iii 262 n. 11 . in mael (.i. gruag) marrghinnach, isi in charrginnach, O'C. 1469 ( H.3.18, 652 ).

giunnae

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n g s. shaving, tonsure: airbacc giunnae frontal curve of the tonsure; name of the ancient tonsure in vogue among the Irish druids before the introduction of Christianity. See Joynt, Ériu x 133 seq. Ablati sunt capilli capitis illius, id est norma magica quae prius in capite videbatur airbacc, ut dicitur giunnæ, Ardm. 12b1 ( Thes. ii 45.13 .) Trip. ii 317.11 . Cf. Trip. ii 509 where the `magorum tonsura' is described.

giúrnassaig

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n pl. ( tribal or family name ?): na giúrnassaigh do marbad ... ┐ ár mór immaille friu, ALC i 186.6 .