glámrad

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n (glám) coll. reviling: sluag luath landub for a lar | co ṅglamrud, co n-athchossan (of hell), SR 919.

glan

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adj o,ā. IGT Decl. §§ 73 , 40 . clean, pure, clear, bright, exact, complete: a salnn glan (gl. merum), Sg. 70b11 . corrop glan far corp et for n-anim, Wb. 16a20 . glan vel lomm (gl. nudum), 13c22 . na glan (gl. nihil mundum), 31b28 . Ml. 69a18 . arnaib glanaib són (gl. pro intemeratis), 106d13 . is ór nglan, Thes. ii 294.29 . purus .i. glan, Corm. Y 424 . iodhan .i. glan, Eg. Gl. 405 . for a chubus glon (glan v.l.), Fél. 4.11 . clíara ... glana, May 19 . diablad de eclais glain, Laws iv 228.3 . buaile glan a clean booley, v 468.9 Comm. sacart glan pure, Arch. iii 222 § 5 . bed glana chenai, Mon. Tall. § 6 . ba glan a chorp o lúbra, PH 469 ; 7447 . dogabsat gloria glan, ZCP viii 114 § 7 . a muinéal glan amal glain clear as crystal, Ériu iv 104 § 52 . lestra glana, Anecd. i 54 § 31 . intan atraiged a ḟerg | nocha baa glan a goedelgc his speech used not to be clear (?) (decent ? An etym. explanation of the name [Enna] Gen-salach), Rawl. 84a53 . ar laoidh féin ní faghthar dath | gan leabhar glan dá chumdach `an exact book in support of it,' Content. vi § 13 . clár ... na sreabh nglan `of limpid streams,' TD 27.13 ; 5.8 . Murchadh ... an bhairr ghloin `bright-haired M.,' 21.21 . faoisidin ghlan an exact confession, Donlevy 268.10 . Of water, fresh as opposed to salt: tochur srotha murgabail, inand ocus tabairt srotha glain `a fresh- water stream,' Laws iii 428.20 . PH.519 . In phonetics: pure (of vowels); na cóig guthaidhe, cía dhíobh as glan no as neamhghlan, IGT Introd. § 1.9 . See also ZCP xii 294.22 - 24 where `a,' `o' and `e' are given as `guthaideada glana,' `i' and `u' as g.¤ nemglana. is airi aderar corab glan iad, ūair nī thēid nī da mbrīg estib tre litrib aile, ib. As name of a well: tobar Suird .i. Glan a ainm, BCC § 103 . As subst. : ba h-aitherradh ar glan ┐ ba coimm ria ccioth (prov. `it was a change for the better ...'), FM vi 2140.21 . Compar. ní gloine niamh ḟíona a hór, DDána 119.25 . Job xi 17. (For superl.) dí gérait at glainiu, Fél. May 7. Prol. 246 . intan bus glainiu m'anim, ZCP vii 309.2 .

Compds. I glan- clean, clear, pure, bright: ¤abrach having fine eye-brows: do síol Guaire glan-abhraidh, Top. Poems 66.20 . ¤aidbsenach: gean glan-aidbsenach gáire `clear tremendous fit of laughter,' MR 294.5 . ¤áil fair request, SR 5707 ; 6304 . ¤armach of the polished arms, MR 144.5 . TTebe 1942 . ¤bág fair boast: co nglanbaig, SR 5542 . ¤bail pure goodness , Fél. Feb. 11.17 ; May 29 ; June 6 . Lism. L. 2132 . ¤barr bright crown: mad rogab genso glanbarr, ZCP xiii 144 § 1 . ib. § 3 . ¤cairt a clear (i.e. unambiguous) charter: 'na glanchartaigh gil, TD 32.70 . ¤césad martyrdom , Fél. Sept. 7 . ¤cíall pure reason , Aisl. MC 111.10 . SR 1582 . ¤cístech (as epithet ?), IT iii 105 § 208 . ¤cor ? a fair cast or lot. glannchor (met. gra.), SR 5142 . ¤corn a polished drinking horn, Acall. 785 . ¤costa pure-footed (gl. Merops which glossator takes as merus pes), Thes. ii 227.24 . ¤cretem pure, orthodox belief , LB 150a3 . Keat. ii 6137 (opp. to eriticecht). ¤cridech pure of heart , PH 5603 . ¤dírge pure justice , SR 3371 . ¤dorncladach rich-hilted , ML 112.17 . ¤fescor a clear evening: g. gaimridh, LL 12a1 . ¤foclach of pure words , AU ii 474.3 . ¤gaisced unstained valour , Cog. 160.17 . ¤genelach illustrious genealogy , SG 18.2 . ¤grianach of the fair gravel: a hAlbain glanghrianaig, IT ii2 131 n. 11 . ¤idpartach (epithet) of the pure offerings: glanedhbartach do Dhia amal Aibel, Lism. L. 2740 . ¤indtlecht clear intellect , Anecd. ii 53.9 . ¤pure hue , SR 2982 . ¤mann pure manna , Fél. Dec. 19 . ¤míad pure honour , SR 3130 . ¤mongach: a Nasarda. A glanmongaich `O Nazarene, O fairhaired One!' (of Christ), Hib. Min. 43.10 . ¤muir the clear sea: co grinnell an glanmara, CF 349 . ¤ór pure gold , Fél. July 26 . ¤órda (of weapons), TBC² 1777 . ¤radarcach having a clear view, clear-sighted , Oss. iii 56.21 . Donlevy 438.19 . ¤rolla a clean roll : i nglanrolla ... mheamruim, TD 30.9 . ¤ruithnech gleaming, radiant : in grian g., CCath. 259 ; 1262 . ¤rún a pure (i.e. sacred ?) mystery : is mor glanruin na croiche, PH 2378 ; 328 . SR 1614 . iar ttóchaitheamh glanruine cuirp Criost, FM vi 2134.1 . LB 222b47 . ¤rúnda sincere : sgrúdadh ... glanrúnda do dhéanamh ar na neithibh neamh- dha, TSh. 1841.

Prefixed to vn. or vb. : ic glanṡoillsiugadh (of the sun), MR 112.6 . tearc do ghlain-teagair ... | seacht n-airteagail an Aird-ríogh ` fairly ordered ...,' A. Ó Dálaigh xlvii 5.

II glan- as intens. prefix, sheer, thorough, exact : tri choic mili la glanchet with a clear hundred, SR 5026 . Cf. glanḟiche bliadna a clear twenty years, Arch. Hib. ii 95 § 34 ( LL 186a5 ). ¤écht : ba fotha garb din glan-echt for clean destroying, Met. Dinds. ii 62.14 . ¤gentlide purely heathen : drong ... glaingentligi, Cog. 50.22 . ¤mét clear size, RC viii 346.y ( Harl. 1802 ). ¤dúthracht zeal : tré bhruithneadh glan-dúthrachta, TSh. 2253 . ¤pudair a clear mistake , Auraic. 2040 n .

glanad

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u,m. vn. of glanaid, q.v.

(a) cleansing, purification ; revision, correction (of literary work) : duesta mu glanad- sa my purification is lacking, Ml. 71c19 . tórmaig ... ar ṅg.¤ hua dualchib, 105d4 . isin glanad (gl. in absolutionem), 114d5 . in glanto (gl. expiationis), 51a20 . purgo latine .i. glanad, Corm. Y 705 . glanad mo lām indat to wash my hands in thy blood, TBC² 1198 . topor ... do glanad (diúnach, LB) ... anmand inna fírén, LU 2096 ( FA 16 ). tene bratha dia nglanad, Mon. Tall. § 6 . bliadain glantai `a year of cleansing,' § 42 . PH 1144 . smacht nem-glanta na rot the fine for non-cleansing of the roads, Laws v 476.16 Comm. naoimh-sheanchusa na hEirionn ... ar na nglanadh ┐ ar na leasugad revised and corrected, MS. Mat. 549.10 . fáidh glanta na Gaoidheilge (of a poet), DDána 73.43 . ag gaibhnib glanta ár gcerdcha `... who purged my art,' O'Gr. Cat. 475.21 . go dtugadar ollamhain an tseanchusa faill ina ghlanadh, Keat. i 84 . a lámha do ghlanadh as to wash his hands of it, TSh. 1183 . uisce glanta the water of expiation, Num. viii 7.

(b) clearing out, removing : glanadh (i.e. in tige) ar a chind o cach daescursluag, Laws i 72.28 Comm. mad fir-glanadh re flaith ane `a true removal to another chief,' ii 330.9 Comm. iar nglanadh do ṡlogh ... os ur na habhann, FM vi 2032.15 . iar nglanad ind áir, LU 7977.

(c) Leg. clearing onself by oath : in glanadh so do dhénadh = ad purgacionem admittantur, O'D 582 ( H.3.17, c. 445 ). in t-aidni ... noco n-uil acht glanadh ┐ cinnedh luig ┐ aincesa atarru ┐ in t-ollam, Laws v 100.22 Comm.

(d) Gram. eliding, elision : glanad .u.s. elision of u and s, Sg. 15b3 . `um' do glanad i nderiud ferso, 136a1 .

glanadóir

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n (glanad) i,m. a fuller, a cleanser , Mark ix 3.

glanaid

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v (glan)

I Trans.

(a) cleanses, purifies, purges : nglanas (gl. quae purificare solet), Ml. 28b4 . manim-glanae- se if Thou purify me not, 71c19 . nonglandis (gl. ut ultione expiari non possint), 119c2 . bói ní roglante and there was something to be purified there, Wb. 31c18 . nomglantar (gl. emungor), Sg. 178b5 . as glantaidiu (gl. purgatioris), Ml. 18c2 . axarcisto (= exorcizo) .i. glanaim, Laws v 22.10 Comm. glanter (gl. diluitur), ZCP vii 483.33 ( Enchir. Aug. 81a ). glanit[h] pecdo ... usci glan, 299.17 . is me ro glan mo gó fo deóid, IT i 102.8 (see ScM² n. 22 ). glanais a luathred di lár ind lis, RC ix 478.15 . gríss bronngalair glanas broinn, Triads 224 . ra-min-glanta a cuirp, CRR § 24 . TTebe 1152 . glan ... th'aghaidh dtuirsigh, Studies 1918, 282 § 17 . glantar sibh = mundamini, TSh. 7047.

(b) Fig. clears, clears out : glanais berna cēt isin chath cona c[h]laideb, TBC² 3571 . glanuid Bodb hin n-armug, IT iii 240.180 . glanait slūagu M. | do chlár Lifi, ZCP xii 436 § 5 . corroglantar tír dúib till land is cleared for you, Ériu iii 137.49 . glansuidhe dia tír he cleared them (i.e. the Déisi) out, 59 = co ros-glan side, Cymmr. xiv 108.4 . Of slaughter after a battle, completes : in slóg ... glanfaith in rói co Āthlúain, ZCP xiii 380 § 27 . na trí Colla glanfait ár, 378 § 17 . Cf. RC xii 108 § 166 . níadh re nglantar (.i. re mbrisder) cath, ZCP v 485 § 5 (B. na F.).

(c) Of the wind, makes calm, makes fair : goraglanait gaetha dóib, TTr. 178 ( LL 219b14 ).

(d) palliates, justifies : ná glan do rai-chionta rinn, Content. x 5 . an té ghlanas an ciontach, Prov. xvii 15.

(e) Gram. elides : is `m' glantar as ... which is elided, Sg. 136a2 .

II Intrans. shines, dawns : do ghlan lá arna laochbhuidh- nibh, FM v 1592.19 .

glanaige

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n cleaner, purifier : nōibda in g.¤ gormrīg, ZCP xiii 16 § 21 .

glanbda

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adj io,iā bright (?) clear (?) : glanbhdha .i. glanáobhda .i. áobhda glan, O'Cl. In SR. rhyming always with amra : in corcra g.¤ (of the winds), SR 69 . caingnim g.¤ fria imluad, 2474 . Gad g.¤ gle, 6877 . co ngleicc glanbda, Rawl. 147b47 . rosc glass glanba (= glanbhda v.l.), TBC 4045 . in gnim gribda g.¤ , BB 400a7 . Glas g.¤ (gl. glan aobdha no ba glan a adhba), Leb. Gab. i 38 n. 9 .

glandae

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adj io,iā (glan) : bright, pure, clear : drong in martir glandai `purified,' Fél. Aug. 27 . á rí glésse glandae, Ep. 454 . ind ócrígain glandae, Oct. 13 . a choem glanna (: anmanna), SR 1235 . bec d' olai glannai (of the widow's cruse), 7167 . Lucifer, lin cest ṅglanna (: anmanna), 1133 . glanna (: amra), 4334 ; 579 ; 1491 . cailech glanda co llind, Goid. 180.27 . rosc glass glanb[d]a (= nglanda Eg.), TBC 4045 . a ngart glanda (: amra), Arch. iii 296 § 39 . a coiciud glanna Galian, Rawl. 82b7 . co ngleic glanda (glanbda v.l.) gelcharat, ZCP xii 377 § 2 . sa[i]lm ghil glandai, Snedgus u. Mac R. 11 § 33.

glandrad

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ind = glanrad, q.v.

glang, gland

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n a shoulder : asglaṅg .i. ūas-glaing .i. ūas gūalaind ; glang .i. gūala, Corm. Y 7. Cf. 679 . O'Cl. gland no glang [.i.] guala, Corm. 1 (s.v. asland). glann (v.l. glang) gúala, Met. Gl. Ff. 42 . ? To this : carpat ... cona chreit chróestana ... clangdírig, LU 6484. ro thoguib Ercuil in ri uasa glonn 'raised the king above his shoulder (?)' St. Erc. 477 , Éigse iii 205 .

glanna

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x see glandae.