glasḟine

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x see 2 glas.

glasgabail

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n some form of satire (poss. a fig. use of 1 glas): gromfa immon nglas gabail (i.e. the vb. `gromain' is used of the glas g.¤ ), Laws iii 92.12 . `glas gabail' gabur di g.g. is recited of her, v 216.6 Comm. glama gnuisi .i. in glas gabail, 230.11 Comm. tri ruighlis ollamhan filidh .i. glamh diginn ┐ glas gabháil ┐ tobach do tuathaib, O'D. 1196 ( H.2.15, p. 79b ). O'D. 959 ( H.3.17, c.671 ).

glasláth

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Forms: -i

n ā,f. (glasláith: g s. n p. -i, IGT Decl. § 13.13 ). coll. recruits, young untrained soldiers: n s. glas-láth Ulad, CRR § 36 . glasláth ocus gillann-raid ḟer n-Erenn, MR 316.10 . Brian ┐ glaslaith Dail Cais `young champions,' Cog. 60.4 ; 154.9 . atracht a nglasláith ┐ a n-aes óccbhaidh `striplings,' CCath. 1720 . glasláith ┐ aos diubhraicthi na ngall, FM vi 1964.2 . d s. and a s. da n-oes occbaid ┐ da nglaslaith `raw recruits,' CCath. 5708 . moran do glaslath, AU ii 364.z (an. 1285 ). Díarmait ... ré nglasláith nA., IGT Decl. exx. 641 ; 642 . go nglaslaimh, Ériu i 105.28 n. drong mhór do ghlaslaith an tsloigh Ghall, Hugh Roe § 42 (22a) . genmothat gille ┐ glaslaith `boys and calones,' FM ii 662.17 ; iii 224.1 . g s. do ṡlógh mer glasláithe, IGT Decl. ex. 667 . eter sirriti glaislaithe i n-urd fiansæ macruidhe, Ériu viii 172.z . fian glaslaíth (or g p. ?), RC xviii 54.26 (Tig.). pl. sochraide mór do glasláthaibh gall, FM iii 232.7 .

glass

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x see 1 and 2 glas.

1 glasse

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n a stream , see glais.

2 glasse

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n greenness , see glase.

glath

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x see glaith.

glau

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x see gló.

glaus

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ind sandyx genus herbae rosei coloris (sic leg.) .i. glaus, Thes. ii 418 (= Ecl. iv 45 ). Prob. for 2 glas.

1 glé

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I adj. clear, plain, evident: gl. liquido, Ml. 3a2 . gle glan ┐ glé gleithach, LL 395a13 = gleithech, Thr. Ir. Gl. § 9 . gle .i. glan, Stowe Gl. 423 . in bríathar ... is diuit et is glé, Wb. 17b4 . ni pi glæe ... anadchither tri themel, 12c12 . is glé limsa rombia buáid (gl. non quasi in incertum), 11a10 . is glae thegdais 'tis a fair house, Thes. ii 292.17 . glē la cāch ... ba for teithed luid C. remiseom it seemed evident to everyone ..., TBC² 1260 ; 569 . fo glé ra Nathcrantail (= ba doic la, St.), TBC 1956 . g.¤ lim it is clear to me, Fél. Ep. 494 . is gle is deimin, Hib. Min. 162 . do cheim glan gle, IT i 123.5 . geimreadh gaothmar glé `windy, glistening winter,' Ériu iii 148 § 4 . hallud ... | bói fora chrannaib glee, v 212.109 . co ceill ngle with clear sense, CCath. 7 . Used adverbially: glé no laiged isin ngeim, LU 644 ; 8650 . SR 1695 . gais gluassa gle, RC xx 252.11 (ACC). Of sound: acallais L. co glé, LU 3435 , ( SC 20 ). Compar. ba soillsiu ┐ ba gleu gothuib doine, Ériu ii 100 § 8 . Fig. famous (?): terna Medb assin chath gle, CRR § 5 . do gléo garb gle, TBC 1657 . Cf. mo c[h]obrad frit ni hinglæ `my discourse ... not unrenowned,' Fianaig. 16.20 . Of intellect clear-headed (?): do duine temen is glē | bat cara bat cocēle, ZCP vi 268 § 14 . good, pleasing: gle limsa ... | bethu bocht is bith m'oenor, RC xx 252 § 53 (ACC Comm.). Common in chevilles: comal ṅ-gle, TBC 484 . monor ṅglē, Hy. i 37 . rūathar nglē, ZCP viii 116 § 4 . torruimh nglé, Laws i 288.28 Comm.

In Compds. bright, clear, pure, or intensive utter, com- plete (cf. similar use of Eng. `sheer').

(a) With nouns or adjj. ¤alt clear speech , SR 7659 ; .i. glain-innsce, O'Cl. ¤binn clear-melodious: gair na Gairbhe glebinne, Anecd. ii 23 § 1 . SG 24.26 . ¤bindius, ZCP iv 468 § 10 . ¤borb very vehement: grod-greasa ... gle-borba, MR 238.7 . ¤brath: robui nech díb 'coa glebrath clearly betraying , SR 7704 . ¤bréc pure falsehood: dremm in galair glé-bréce, Met. Dinds. iii 72.80 . ¤chaíned loud lamentation: ar glechaíned ngním, KMMisc. 255 § 19 . ¤chert evidently right (?), SR 3574 , 3244 . ¤dall, IGT Decl. ex. 1929 . ¤dána very daring , SG 356.11 . ¤dedóil clear dawn , Met. Dinds. iii 262.42 . FM ii 644.21 . ¤denn bright-hued: fross martir már nglédenn, Fél. Feb. 1 . co glasmuir glēdend, Fianaig. 32.17 . RC xiii 466 § 77 . Anecd. i 58 § 70 . FM ii 752.12 (poem). ¤deoin free will (?), Leb. Gab. i 112.12 ; 124.6 . ¤dered the very end, SG 353.9 . ¤druimm bare back: co croicnib día ṅglédrom- maib, SR 5560 . ¤duaibsech very dreadful: i n-gaistédaib gle-duaibsecha, MR 318.1 . ¤gasta: gruadha ... glegasta ` brilliant ,' Cog. 42.20 . ¤gel pure white: co culpaitib glégelaib, LU 1971 ( FA 4 ). RC xxvi 140.16 . TBC 5177 . tarb gle-gel, PH 7178 . ¤glan pure white, absolutely clean: i[n] dara huair di ba clam | ind uair aile ba gléglan, SR 3820 ; 7402 . Of sounds: guth gléghlan gaircce, Buile Ṡ. 102.z . (Buile Ṡ.²2nd ed. 1547). ¤graimm clear authority (?) (: éraim), SR 1467 . ¤lomm completely bare: mōel a cend uile ... co mmbī glēlomm, Corm. Y 1091 . ¤maisech, Fianaig. 86.4 . ¤medón the very middle: i ngle-medón gemel, Met. Dinds. i 6.14 . go glémhedhon Geraltach, FM v 1664.25 . TD 16.6 . ¤mer utterly mad (?), Rawl. 77a19 . ¤meth utter decay (?): a glé-meth nó a gair-sécle, `quick decay ,' Met. Dinds. iii 230.64 . ¤molad clear praise: grés glé-molta, iv 24.30 . ¤nathir (of the rod changed into a serpent), SR 3856 . ¤nocht stark-naked: fon chlaidiub g., SR 7312 ; 1358 . ¤phudar manifest blunder: riasan gliaphudair, Auraic. 2040 . ¤phud- rach manifestly blundering , 2048 . ¤rann a fair division: dorigni hÉssu in glérainn (sic leg.), SR 5164 . co nglé-raind, Met. Dinds. iii 262.33 . ¤rath clear grace (?), SR 618 . Gorm. Feb. 17 . ¤thend: bendaigim é go gléthend ` heartily ,' BCC § 137 . ¤tholl pierced through: beid cassa is lāma loma | ... glētholla, Arch. iii 239 § 22.

(b) With vbs. ¤loitid utterly destroys: vn. crícha bur nGall do gléloit, IGT Decl. ex. 681.

II As neut. subst. clearness, brightness: du thabairt doraid du glé, Thes. ii 294 § 8 . glē n-imrall a clearing of errors, Arch. Hib. ii 61 § 38 ( LL 183a21 ). gle cluíne, Bürgschaft § 60 . co ṅgle glanleir, SR 114 . buan a gle `lasting its brightness,' RC xxiv 284.9 . ard a ngle, 184.y . ? To this: uair ba faith, fri glea scél | uamun Déa mac n-Israhél, SR 399.

2 glé

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n a dispute: o ascomartmar ar nglē `since we have settled our dispute,' Fianaig. 26.18 . dlūthach nglēe | i mbíth T., Arch. Hib. ii 60 § 25 . huath do[d]arfas fa gann [n]gle `a horror which appeared to him—fierce was the conflict,' Ériu xvi 39.7 . See gléo.