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.

glenn

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Forms: glinne, glinn, glinne, glenna, glinn, glenn, gloinn, glenna, glennta, glinne

n In O.I. s,n. g s. glinne. d s. glinn. In Mid. I. masc. heteroclite: g s. glinne and glenna; d s. glinn, glenn, gloinn; n p. glenna, glennta, IGT Decl. § 66 . glinne as g s. is condemned as `lochdach,' ex. 1496 . Takes a fem. adj.: os glinn guirm, ex. 1503 . A valley, a hollow; common in place-names. gl. caus (= cavus), Sg. 138a12 . tri glenn Iosofád, Ml. 58c4 . Glend quia inclinatum , O'Mulc. 636 . i ṅglind Iosofath, SR 2002 . Glenn ... dá Locha, Fél. Prol. 196 . darsin n-glend, FA 22 . isin glind, ib. tuitet ... isin glend, ib. i nGlinn dá lind, Fél. June 3 . immoṅ-glend, TBC 1684 . hi nglind in t-shaegail, PH 4906 . a ceilg isin glinn, ZCP vi 43.2 . ós in nglionn, RC xxv 392.5 . i. ngliund na pian (of hell), Ériu ii 134 § 112 . i nGlind na mbodur, Laws i 2.4 . g s. grían gel Glinne hUissen, Fél. July 8 . cusna genitib glinni, LU 8872 ( FB 66 ). do mheit in glinde ┐ dia fhudhomnai (of hell), Ériu ii 132 § 109 . docum glenna domuin duaibsigh, ZCP vi 42.33 . an ghleanna, Jer. xxi 13 . réiteach ghlinne Iericho, Deut. xxxiv 3 . pl. glenta ┐ fanta ... na hErend, TBC 5821 . Cf. 75 . a glentadha ... ┐ a inada diamra, Laws v 328.16 Comm. tegdais gena na ṅglend, PH 4601 . dorónta ... slébe donaib glinnib, Fél. Prol. 240 . isnaib glennaib sléibidib, Lat. Lives 24.10 . fo glentaigib ocus fo diamraib, Cog. 76.10 . In wider sense of a hollow or depression in general : lir co glend, ZCP xi 110 § 24 . eidir ghleanntaibh tonn between the hollows of the waves, Studies 1921, 76 § 20 . isin glind hi cois Conchulaind in the hollow of C.'s foot, TBC² 1554 = ina bond traiged, TBC 2187 . ? frie glend a da gualann, IT i 271.35 ( FB 37 , Eg.).

Compds. ¤ailēnach having glens and islets, LL 298b10 . ¤chladach (of hair) undulating : 'gá chéibh ngleannchla- dhaidh, Ériu v 64.172 . ? ¤gorm na guilbnigh glenn-gorma, BB 8a15 (= gérgorma, LL.). ¤muir the furrowed sea : dar glennmuir, Anecd. i 37 § 100 . ¤port : i nglenn-portaib a ghnuisi `in the hollows of his countenance,' MR 116.21 . ¤ṡúil a deep-set eye : glennṡuili locliatha ... ina cinn, CCath. 4024 . trí mailghe ... ar a ngleannṡúilibh, ML 120.3 .

glennach

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adj (glenn) o,ā

(a) having vales or hollows : gia mag and in cúlach cernach ... glennach, TBC 1215.

(b) Of hair curly : barr gleannach, Studies 1921, 258 § 9 .

glennṡúilech

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adj having deep-set eyes : ina harrocht ... glend- ṡuilech, Anecd. i 74.4 . TSh. 6665.

glenntach

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adj (glennta) o,ā having glens : a chéile in gharbhfuinn glenntoig ` glen-seamed ,' O'Gr. Cat. 512.8.

glenntaidhe

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n a glen-rover : tú mar glendtaide ōd gael fein, Irish Texts ii 26 § 5 .

gleo

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Forms: glee, glé, glé, glé, gliad, gliaid, glieid, gleid, gleo, glīäid, glied, gliad, gleo, gliada, gliaid, gliad, gleó, gleó, gleóa

n For gender and inflexion see Thurneysen, ZCP xx 364.

(a) g s. glee, glé ; d s. glé ; a s. glé.

(b) d,f. g s. gliad, d s. gliaid, glieid, gleid, gleo : a s. glīäid (: gniaid), ZCP viii 119.5 . glied, LU 5283 . g p. gliad, gleo ; a p. gliada. IGT Decl. § 97.

(c) o,m. g s. gliaid (d'éis an ghliaidh, Oss. iv 92.19 ). d s. gliad.

(d) gleó m. IGT Decl. § 108 . g s. gleó, n p. gleóa. Cf. la gleo gl. .i. la gliaid, Fél.² cxli 8 . A fight, a combat : gleu .i. gle enim graece .i. disentio debaid, O'Mulc. 635 . gleó ar gleó, LU 8649 ( FB 48 ). ní ba bán in gléo not bloodless will be the fight, TBC 3444 . da mac samla galaib gliad in feats of battle, 4053 . mana morglíad, 5765 . is leth ṅ-glíad sain (of a great warrior), 5316 . iar forbu a glíad, Fél. Apr. 19 . ferait morgleó, LU 3790 ( SC 36 ). condrístais ... gliaid fri Coinculaind, TBC 1435 . fuarus gleo cletach, 4498 St. fúarus gábud ocus gliaid, Anecd. i 39 § 110 . iar n-áird- ghliaidh, Todd Nenn. 274.12 . CCath. 200 . ni dlig de- gairm fer cin gliaidh, ZCP ii 225.6 . nír' ḟég geiss nó gliaid nó glond, Ériu vii 223 § 30 . níor loc fear ... ón ngliac (: liath), Oss. iv 110.14 . tucsad gluin re gliaid, TTebe 3426 . co mba hoengleo écnech ecaintech ... in cathir uli, LB 155a17 ; cf. oengleo guil, 155b50 . (enlaith) co ro fearsadar gleo dia n-eitib frisin loc[h] they beat the lake with their wings, BB 385b50 = coro fersatar gleic, Dinds. 68 ( RC xv ). gan rún ngliadh `free from a quarrelsome disposition,' TD 26.10 . tuar gleóidh, 4.23 . IGT Decl. exx. 619 , 1299 , 1634 , 2099 . pl. cuirfithi gleoithi, Fen. 218.9 . Fergus donid gliada, Laws i 66.30 Comm. gan dul a n-gliaidhibh le Fionn, Oss. iv 22.15 . do gleadhaibh ... re CoinCulainn, ZCP viii 540 (1433) . Breoghan ... na ngliadh, Keat. ii 618 (poem).

As quasi vn. : mani ēt[ar] fer do gleō frimsa, TBC² 717 . int aitheach-mattud ... [do] gleid (glieid, LU) frisin coin mōir, 1229 . o rogabsat oc glíaid ┐ oc imsesorcain, LU 6197 . co mbidís na slóigh ic glíadh, CCath. 1750 . Fig. of an indi- vidual : in bres bethrach in breó bagach, in gleó gnímach the active fighter, MS. Mat. 484.30 .

Compds. (also gliad-) : ¤ágh, IGT Decl. ex. 932 . ¤broit war-captivity, trouble , Keat. Poems 129 . ¤buime (of Eve) fostermother of strife, Ó Bruad. iii 78.4 . ¤chuairt a warlike circuit (or expanse) : roainmnig i ṅgleochu[a]ird glicc | Assia Eoraip iss Affricc, SR 2651 . ¤dál a warlike encounter, ZCP iii 19.7 . gliadh-dógh fierce scorching (?), Dán Dé xxvi 51 . ¤gal a contest ; prowess in battle : o rofersat a ngleogail (v.l.), Anecd. ii 70.5 . būan in gleōgal, ZCP viii 299.35 . co ngliad- gail glond, Met. Dinds. iii 48.4 . ard an gleóghal bhias and, FM i 438.14 (poem). ¤loit, IGT Introd. § 6 . ¤mhagh plain of battle, Ó Bruad. iii 82.5 . ¤throit strife : glēothroit is glēodāl, ZCP iii 19 § 7 . romarbhadh daoine ... isin ngleotroid, FM vi 2034.27 .

gleoaid

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v (gleo) fights : in uair do ghleosat is goill | fá'n ngallraith, O'Gr. Cat. 502.22.