gleire

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x see glére.

? gleis

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ind fri gleis .i. dibirgi, O'D. 1200 ( H.2.15, 81a ).

gléis(s)e

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x see glésse.

gleith

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n grazing , see gleth.

? gleithid

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v clears up, reveals (?): feithis ind ingen co féig, | gleithis in séig sidmer slúaig `the alert hawk of the host revealed [the secret],' Met. Dinds. iii 84.17 . gleithis .i. doghlan no do fhoillsigh, O'Cl. Cf. gleith pure, neat, clean , O'R. ; glethe .i. glan, O'Cl.

gleithneach

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adj diligent (?): ag feitheadh an fhiadha co gleithneach Celtica xxi 496.17 . Cf. ? gleithid.

gleitin

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x see gleten.

glenaid

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Forms: conigléu, giulait, gíulad, ro-gíul, ro-giguil

v 1 s. pres. subj. conigléu, Ml. 86b8 . 3 pl. fut. giulait, 65b7 . Condit. 3 s.> no gíulad , LU 6822 . Perf. 3 s. ro-gíul, Ml. 98b8 . Thes. ii 290.14 . ro-giguil, Rawl. 84b55 . Hib. Min. 65.21 . Vn. glenamon, q.v.

I Intrans. adheres, cleaves: gl. haerere, Tur. 125. Ml. 65b7 ; 86b8 . With de gl. inhaerere, 127b19 . glenaid luch inna línsam, Thes. ii 293.20 ; 24 . bas Cormaic dia roglen cnaim iaich ina braghait, Dinds. 114 ( RC xvi ). Cf. Ml. 98b8 . glenaid na heich isin mōna, TBC² 687 . do lēc-seum din t[s]ēt, acht giuil a ladair aire, ZCP iii 254 § 77 . cicilium in finna glenas fair, Lib. Hymn. 10 gl. 54 . dobidgad Goibne ... na gāi go nglentais isin ursain, Corm. Y 975 . nogiuglad cach ubull for a finna, BDD § 85 (ro giúlad, BDD² 789 ). Cf. § 38 . LL 252b18 . is luath nonglenand luigi aenfir isin cinaid sin `quickly the oath of one man prevails' (lit. adheres) in that liability, Laws i 196.20 Comm. Foll. by de: clings to, adheres to (esp. of a name or possession), Ml. 127b19 . a moṅg buidi ... | rogiul do géscu darach (of Absolom), SR 6916 . co roglena (co rogle v.l.) dia laim, RC x 68.14 . is de sin rogiguil Gulide Cánti de, Hib. Min. 65.20 . Cóir An. § 38 . conidh de roglen Coirpre Crom de, RC xxvi 370.25 . co ronglean do suidhe sos dána ┐ aircheatail followed him, Leb. Gab. i 282.18 . roghleansad a lamha don choire, O'Cl. s.v. glean.

II Trans. sticks to: rot giuil ind ṡrathar dodcaid the pack- saddle of ill-luck has stuck to thee, Thes. ii 290.14 . coron- giuil Iob ilar cath pressed on him with all his forces, SR 6957 . cia in richt rongiul (glossed: cia in fer dolenfa a lorg ?), ZCP v 489 § 11 (B. na F.). ? rohecrad do gemmaib glainib | gním ronglen-ón `a work that held fast in it,' Met. Dinds. iv 106.65 .

glenail

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n following, adhering (?): badar in Pictaue [go] ngraine dia nglenail (: Elair), Todd Nenn. 134.58 = gen grane dia nglenail, BB 204b10 .

glenamon

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ā,f. vn. of glenaid sticking, adhering: far nglena- main cnáma bratan ina bragit, LU 4058 ; 10086 , glenomon botha(i)s[a] ┐ ḟuidri[u]s[a] foa tir tabeir `the establishment of bothachs and fuidirs which he brings on to the land,' Críth Gabl. 325 . See also Ir. Recht p. 82 ; Críth Gabl. p. 33.

glend

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x see glenn.