glicc

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adj i acute, shrewd, ingenious, skilled : pad glicc far n-intliucht, Wb. 5c21 . is glicc som oc aslug in phectho `cunning in tempting ...,' 14d27 . cid glicc et cid sulbir oc aisṅdís, 27a8 . as nglic that he is wise, Ml. 120b4 . rit chell n-glicc, IT i 125.5 . fer fathach fíamach fír-glicc, CRR § 19 . nī glic sin (refusing an unacceptable offer), BColm. 68.19 . iar ṅgleo glic, LL 208a49 . Ailbe a chú glan glic glé, Hib. Min. 51.6 . mana roibhe si glic, cráibhthech (gl. prudens), O'D. 531 ( H.3.17, c.431 ). glic fri hailchi uara skilled in [carving] cold stones, ZCP i 455.1 . flaith na Fian faebairglic, Acall. 664 . ṡeinnes in cruit co caeimglic, 641 . leinbhín fa glic nglóir expert of speech, 633 . Cf. a Mhochaomhog an ghlóir ghlic, Atlantis iv 152.24 . pl. glan-naoimh ghaosmhara ghlioca ... Éireann, TSh. 2251 . lasna gliccu gnátha, Met. Dinds. iii 218.38 . Compar. nipa gliccu felsub olambieid-si a more acute philosopher, Wb. 26d26 . ni for-gliccu ... inda oen na n-ánmanna no wiser than ..., SR 1235 . ni roibi Gregda ba glicca inas, TTebe 3932 . (As superl.) an tres airemh as glioca do ronadh one of the three cleverest computa- tions ..., TBC p. 79 n. 16 . an chomhairle is glioca ... TSh. 269 . Superl. (used abs.): gliccem doruilli ethar `right prudently manned a skiff,' Met. Dinds. iv 122.21 .

Compds. ¤cridech wise of heart: gach énduine glic- chroidheach, Exod. xxxvi 1 . ¤ráitech wise of utterance , Hy Many 134.8 .

glicce

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n (glicc) ,f. astuteness, shrewdness, cleverness, skill: isin tuaichli no isin glicci (gl. in astutia), Wb. 8d13 . amal bentair foltchíb fri lár talman ... bid sí sein glicci ind airlig dobéra forond `the niceness of the slaughter,' LU 8619 ( FB 46 ). gell co nglicce, LU 4293 ( SG 84.24 ). a amaindsi ┐ a glicca, BB 499b18 .

gliccus

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n (glicc) u and o,m.

(a) cleverness, practical wisdom, ingenuity, skill: a gáis ┐ a gliccus, TTr. 1816 ( LL 241a32 ). do neoch is mó ... gáes ┐ glicus, Ériu iv 144 § 21 . ni hinann glicas ná gáis ... dáibse, SG 65.36 . Of inanimate things: in carpat ... gollúth gollúais go lángliccus skill, TBC 3374 . Cf. LL 189a3 . ní mo bar ... ngliccus oltas cech anmanna borb indligtech, MacCarthy 52.17 . gliocus righ, ITS v 162.x . a glicus ┐ a trebairi, BB 433a40 . Cog. 160.16 . dorinde S. deoch ... leisin nglicus nGregach (of a sleeping-draught), ZCP vi 292.20 . dorinne glicus cuice `she dealt cunningly with her,' RC xix 128 ( Fier. 94 ). gliocas d'iarraidh i n-agaidh toile Dé, Keat. ii 35 . gliocas na féola worldly wisdom, Rom. viii 6 . g s. co mét tiachrai .i. glicusa, Fél. Nov. 12 gl. ( Fél.² clxvi ). ag denamh díchill gliocais ... his best ingenuity, Rel. Celt. ii 198.32 . do réir ghaoise agus ghliocais, TD 9.47 .

(b) witchcraft, sorcery (?) : mar piseogaibh no mar gliocas `as charms or sorceries,' Carswell 101.3 .

glicorchossach

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adj knock-kneed (?), BB 23b23 .

glicurda

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adj (glicor) io,iā rattling: da glun garba glicurda two knock-knees, CCath. 4032.

glífit

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n i,f. trouble, anguish, pain, calamity (?) ; contention (?) : co comraicet ... na pecdaig fri cétglífit (cetaidber, LB) ocus fri cétchesad na conaire, FA 15 . ronsoera ar gliphiti | [na] ṅdemna in-Iffurnn, SR 8363 . ic fulaṅg gábaid ┐ glífiti a galair, TTr. 752 ( LL 227a46 ). ba dubach ... don mórglifit donn-ánic .i. loscad na Trói, TTr.² 175 . tormach ... cecha péni ┐ cech todernama ┐ cech doccumla ┐ cech tromglífite fri aroli, PH 4341 . lucht cecha tédma ┐ cecha doccumla. ┐ cecha glifíte, 4474 . glifit mór il-lenmain T. de D. `Ca glifit sin ?' ar C. Tri meic rig Ulad ... atait ac fogail forro, Acall. 7074 . muna tísta ré morglifid mhoir, ITS v 20.12 . gairm glífite (: dínirte) a name expressive of affliction, Met. Dinds. iii 186.36 . robhaoi gach cogadh ┐ gach glifit i Loch- lainn, TFrag. 158.10 . tri fichit forcbarc fedair | glifitt im Morc mac Delidh `an outcry,' Leb. Gab. i 110.8 . glifid .i. gair commotion (?), O'Cl. ? robod grifit (: fichit; MS. ghridfit) gléither 'it would be trouble that may be cleared up' Celtica xxv 23 § 7a .

glífitech

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adj (glífit) o,ā calamitous, woeful ; contentious (?) : dail glecach, gonach, glifiteach, Cog. 158.4 . gleic garb glifideoch, 194.z . ag an droing ... ghlifidigh geinntlidhe, 42.1 . ris an ngláim nglifidhigh nglonnmair, 114.25 . gredan garb glifitech na cetri ngoeth `contentious,' 178.26 . rochual[a] an ngarb- fogur nglifidech ic ergi asan adhnac[ul], RC x 185.13 . re goluibh ... glithfinecha (leg. —fideacha), 183.27 = St. Ercuil 2543 (where leg. glifideacha).

gligar

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n o,m. onomat. a rattling sound: teangadh ghliogair na g-cág, Hard. ii 240.4 . d'éigse ghliogair `of vacuous poems,' Ó Bruad. iii 142.11 . imirt is gliogar fear fóirne rattle (?) of chessmen, ITS iii 78.104 (ed. 1911). Cf. glugaire.

Compd. ¤glún (epithet applied to Cigal the Fomorian) knock-kneed (lit. with rattling knees) : ag Cigal gligar-glun, BB 40b50 = Cigal garb gligar-glun, Met. Dinds. i 2.8 . ingen Cicuil glicer-gluin, RC xv 431 ( Dinds. 41 ). He is called else- where glicorchossach, gricenchos, grigenchosach, gricechglun.

Gligernat

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pn ā,f. dimin. (a pet name ?) : mo g.¤ sa (gl. Gly- cerium) .i. mo ben-sa, Sg. 61b14 ; 63b8 .

glimnach

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n (gloimm) ā,f. barking, howling : imar glimnaig nárchon hi fotha, TBC² 1948 ( LU 6463 ). Cf. TBC 2612 ; 5584 . See glaimnech.

glinn

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adj i firm, secure : cona classchétlaib glinnib, SR 6669 . ar cach ní na ba glind (gl. ar cech néclind bas eslind, Hy. vi 15 ), Thes. ii 352.39 . illó chomlainn chatha glinn `in time of war, in sharp set-to,' SG 248.34 . ba glind nó daingen a curach clarach, Leb. Gab. i 62 n. 2 . glinn .i. daingean, O'Cl. glinn .i. solas, ib. (possibly a misunderstanding of SR 6669 ).

Compd. ¤fher: dar cach nglind-fher, Rawl. 84a43 .