gláede

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n (< O. F. glaive, ZCP xiii 146 )

(a) a dagger, a knife : tuc se buille ... do glaedhe greannmur guasachta, ZCP vi 288.30 . glaeidhe gerfhaebrach robúi rena thaebh, 79.15 . pl. glaedhi aga ngormudh `daggers being sharpened,' 29.5 . Also glæe: etir cloidem ┐ biail, eter gāe ┐ glæe, ZCP xiii 146.z .

(b) the blade of a reaping-hook: don ghlaid ghoirmleathain chorráin, Gadel. i 44 ( Pairl. Chl. Tom. 287 ). `glaid a sword, a large knife ,' P.O'C. Cf. `gled, a cane sword used by bullies at fairs,' Mann. and Cust. i ccccxliv n. See glaí.

? gláederg

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ind (? 1 gláed): is ársa do ghol go glaodhearg (MSS. gloidhearg) 'your wail is primitive and searingly-loud' SGS xxiv 443 .

1 gláedid

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Forms: glaidim, gloidim, gláidsete

v (1 gláed)

I Intrans. cries out (of inarticulate utter- ance of men and animals): glaidim (gl. erado: recte rudo), Thes. ii 42.5 . gloidim (gl. ringo), Sg. 181b2 . (pres. rel.) maic tīre glāidaite, Corm. Y 696. (pret. rel.) gláidsete (gl. rugientibus), Thes. i 713.29 . glaoidhes Cc. go hanbhail ar L., TBC p. 561 n. 7 (= garthais agus gréchais, text). glāidsit (v.l. glaidsait) lachain lindusci, Ériu vii 4 § 3 . doglaedh E. orra, ZCP vi 294.16 . go nglaodhadaois na coiligh, TSh. 3071 . vn. gláedach, q.v.

II Trans. with fri names: do ghlaodhadh an Fal fris, Petrie, Tara 179 . dire circe ... is tria indethbir roglaided ria, O'C. 1055 ( H.3.18, 437 - 8 ).

2 gláedid

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Forms: gláeta

v (2 gláed)

I Intrans. adheres: rogloidastar a cathbarr 'moa cend, Dinds. § 122 ( RC xvi ) = roglaedastar in cend frisin cathbarr, LL 166a9 .

II Trans. holds fast: Ri rothraith droṅg Iffirn ... | rosglaíd fo crithfeidm comtruag, SR 1290 . rodastroeth cech n-olc ... rosglaed cech locht ..., 6554 .

P. Part.: gláeta stuck, glued: clarchris ... glaeta glo- let[h]air, CCath. 5227 . ba gláeta in cathbarr calad | imon cend `fast clave the stout helm,' Met. Dinds. iv 222.13 . sciath ... do sechedaib glæta glo-leathair, TTebe 2695 .

gláeta

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x see 2 gláedid.

glaá

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n f., IGT Decl. § 99.

glaídem

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n m. (1 gláed) a wolf (?), fox (?) (lit. `howler'): pl. glāidemain (glademain, LB) .i. maic tīre glāidaite .i. focerdait hūalla, Corm. Y 696 . glaidomuin .i. sindaig no mac tire, O'C. 79 ( H.3.18, p. 61b ). glaidhomuin ... ł eamnait a nglaedha na sinnaigh, CIH ii 604.2 .

glaídid

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x see 1 and 2 gláedid.

glaidis

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n (Lat. gladius) a sword: bád glasa ... a dhi tṡleig ┐ a ghlaidis, Cóir An. 6.

glaim

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n noise, uproar , see gloimm.

glaimnech

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n ā,f. noise, uproar: Dīa ... dom dhīdin ... | ar threthan, ar theinntigh | ar gaothaibh, ar glaimnigh (: thairnigh), ZCP x 348 § 8.