glése

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x see glésse.

gleselgi

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n name of some kind of cryptic Ogham writing (applied to two nouns divided into syllables and mixed through each other, so that one has to hunt for the solu- tion, glés selge `hunt-arrangement' ?): g.¤ .i. da ainm do scribend .i. cach trina cele dib .i. tosach in cetanma do scribend connigi a leth, ┐ tosach in anma ele ina dhiaidh, ┐ dered in chetanma ina dhiaidh, ┐ deredh in anma ele postea; ┐ ita anmanda a ndentar, sin anma tosaigh, sin ┐ derid, inund, amal atait isin da craib and. becan, leran : gleselgi .i. da ainm. fethnat, segnat, aliter gleselge, Auraic. 5877.

gleslige

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n some prickly or adhesive plant (burdock ?) : na toig- lean dris, na droigean, na glesligi .i. lus lenas a nedach, Laws iv 276.10 .

? gless

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ind gless a glisco .i. forbiur. unde dicitur : duine duine soglesach, O'Mulc. 637 . Prob. only fanciful etymology of glés.

glésse

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n ,f. brightness (Thurneysen, ZCP xi 309 ) : atreab nglesse (: gēssi), Anecd. i 56 § 50 . cen bāisse brīg co ngnīm glēsse, ZCP xi 154 § 89 . á rí glésse glandae (v.ll. glesa, glese, gleisi, glesi), Fél. Ep. 454 . rombi esum dar héisi | nemthech ngleisi nglanóll `a heavenly home bright and pure,' Trip. i 36.29 . Cf. Thr. Hom. 18.20 . Mart. Don. Apr. 29 . a ben glésse gasta, Met. Dinds. iv 196.14 . brēithir glēsi (: ēisi), Arch. iii 296 § 34 . Cf. Auraic. 5247 . slogh ngléisi nglan, BNnÉ 32 § 48 . bretha Nél fades i n-Egipt | féin n-guirm nglése (leg. nglési) a glorious, shining host (?), Todd Nenn. 228.62 ( LL 133b42 ). Cf., however : glese .i. glesa .i. indle no arma, ib. 230 n . Ord in Aidne ardglese, LL 2737 . (?) doro- nad a n-orddugud | fo gaessaib glessib (: sēssib) by brilliant displays of wisdom (?), SR 83 . As a fictitious proper name : Glei ┐ Glan ┐ Glēsi, RC xi 78 § 65.

glésta

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io,iā part. of glésaid, adjusted, arranged, equipped, ready for use or action (of persons and things) : caeca each glésta co gnáth ... `with the usual trappings,' BR 34.20 . sriangair a n-graigi n-glésta `... caparisoned steeds,' MR 192.6 . trí fichid marcach glésta, Hy Fiachr. 455.24 . don gamhanraidh gloin glésta, Cog. 166 n. 2 . catha glesda `trained battalions,' Rel. Celt. ii 186.2 . fligert glésda `a rigged frigate,' 204.22 . co Michel nglan nglēsda `bright-armed,' Ir. Lit. p. 102 = ZCP viii 232 § 5 . risinn gadan nglésta well-attuned, Acall. 1702 . grein is esca ocus renna roglesta in fair array (?), RC xxiii 408.10 . nuaighléasta (of a pen) `newly-trimmed,' Studies 1923, 597 § 3 . ceinnbeirt ... fan maoíl ghlesta mar ghúalach `which had the appearance of (?) coal,' Duan. Finn ii 4 § 13 . Adv. ag suidhe go gléasta chum fleadh ` attired ,' Oss. iv 44.6 .

gleten

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n ā,f.

(a) completing (the orig. sense being settling, deciding ?): a cétul uli ... iar ngletin na salm, Mon. Tall. § 33.

(b) decision by arms, combat, strife: gleten .i. gleó, O'Cl. .i. gleo teann, ib. gleden gluair ... claidium cruaid ... Dalcais, Cog. 180.9 . do neoch thānic 'sin gletin | nī tērna ōenfer, ZCP iii 23 § 6 . co mbeogletin, xiv 160.2 . torged gletin, LL 181a14 = Met. Dinds. iv 100.14 . cia rosgnáthaig gletin ngéir (: etir), LL 138a16 . cin gleitin (: creitim), Ériu i 41 § 7 . co ngabadh do gleitin géir, SG 35.4 . gním da gnímaib da gletin | Dromma Crïeich (: cretim), Met. Dinds. iv 52.137 . cuindchid ngra ┐ gledin (sic) gaiscid fair = gleidin innsaigid fair, King's Inns, No. 13, 6ra4 .

gleth

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Forms: gleith, geilt

n ā,f. (n s. also gleith, geilt) vn. of gelid, feeding, esp. grazing: gleith .i. caitheamh no ingeilt, O'Cl. airigsitar in gleith (geilt, LU) geltadar ind eich, TBC² 247 . ba gleith ech nDeghadh grazing of Ded's horses (prov. for a clean sweep of everything), Anecd. ii 59.8 . míli do gabraib fri gleith, SR 6299 . romarb t'eochu-su ar gleith in[d] feóir, Trip. i 228.18 . gleith tar innruic do flaith `feeding beyond honesty,' Laws ii 232.6 Comm. madh gleith ro gelid na muca, iv 98.13 Comm. co [na] toiglen ni a fiacla as oc a gleith, 96.19 . amail atreisid sindach do gleith a loing[th]i, nō dam allaid do gleith guirt, Aisl. MC 119.27 . g s. dilsi fer gleithe `the right of grazing,' Laws iv 130.14 Comm. scor glethe `the pasturing herd,' Met. Dinds. iii 96.15 . Fig. (?) gniom gledeoin gleithi glonnbann `a work of goodwill of the grazing of warlike deeds (?),' Leb. Gab. i 124.6 . pl. in concrete sense, tracks left by grazing: glethe (.i. slicht) na da ech fuilliucht ind óenchárptig, TBC 712.

gléthach

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x see gléthech.

gléthe

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(part. of gléid): dia galaib glethib (: slébib) contests decided (?), SR 8206.

gléthech

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adj o,ā bright pure: glé gléthech, Met. Gl. 10 ( LL 395a13 ). ríagal glan-amra glēthech (: éthech), Ériu ii 64 § 6 . glass glēthach Nūadu brilliant, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 41 § 36 . nidat gleóir glethig gle | ar ṁbéoil ethcich elnide, SR 1611 . glaini glethig (: brethir), 4399 . lam fri idal ṅglethech ṅgal (: ethech), 4845 . ēirgidh ... go glētheach, ZCP ix 173 § 14 . tre berla ngregdha nglétheach, BB 44a40 . rotaitne in grian co glethech ┐ co glan, 244b27 . fuair bas on grein glethigh grind (:brēthir), 50a6 ( MacCarthy 410.11 ).