gloimm

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n n,neut. noise, din, outcry : gloim a clamore , O'Mulc. 670 . gloim a corn for cétaib cend, LL 49b31 ( Hail Brigit § 8 ). cia deilm ... gloim (gláimm Eg.) eter do da tháib tren tormaid, IT i 68.2 . Of noise of vessels being beached : a ngloim ro lásat na tri .l. curach oc tuidecht hi tír, LU 6934 ( BDD 55 ). Of the din of a tempest : gloim doininne (transl. `a thick tempest'), O'C. Atlantis iv 132.11 . Of the baying of a dog : co clos ... gloimm inn archon, TBC 1020 . mar gloim n-arcon, p. 807 n. 6 . atnaig a gloim n-archon lor aird, RC xiv 422 § 41 . re cruad-gloim in chon, MR 200.7 .

Compds. ¤binn of melodious baying : do ghadhraibh ghlam-bhinne, Oss. iv 210.21 . ¤goil : gadhar ... ag glam- ghoil maidin, 174.19 .

gloimthech (?)

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ind mullach mongacleathan mochlar ngloim- theach, IT iii 97 § 158.

gloine

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x see 1 glaine.

1 glóir

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Forms: glór, glóire, glóir, orddan

n (Lat. gloria) f. n s. and a s.; also glór (orig. ā,f. g s. glóire; d s. glóir) glory, splendour, ornament : [g]lōir .i. a gloria , Corm. Y 670 . do glór ┐ t' airechas, Thes. ii 318.31 (gl. orddan, Hy. ii 49 ). cen gloir, 314.26 . co ngloraib cruth, SR 597 . cenodoxiae .i. ... na glore escone, Lib. Hy. i 68 gl. 18 . tanic ... gloir mor ┐ inocbail dóib, Thr. Hom. 2.22 . gloir marthanach ... duit, a Christ, PH 157 ; 4264 . nách mair indíu folliuchta a nglóre, 4268 . fo bláth ocus fo bith- glóir `in ... endless glory,' Met. Dinds. iii 260.4 . taispenaidh bar n-ór ┐ bar n-indmus ... bar n-glóir ┐ bar n-etaigi `your ... finery and your garments,' Hog. Nenn. 43.7 ( LB 134b4 ). almsa ... tria glor ocus tria saidbre (: mōr) `through ostenta- tion and wealth,' Ériu v 22.31 . glóir an bhaile 'na mbíodh sinn | a hionnamhail ní fhaicim `the splendour of the place ...,' Studies 1924, 85 § 3 . lé gleic ghuasachtaigh na glóire díomhaoine, TSh. 184 . Of the fallen angels : is glóir do mhúch a meadhair, | tnúth dhóibh ris an Dúileamhain, Dán Dé v 36 . is mar sin téid seacha glóir an domhain sic transit gloria mundi, TSh. 421 . In the sense triumph, exaltation, uplifting : do chur bhuaidhiortha ar ghlóir Ghall `to trouble the exaltation of the English,' O'Gr. Cat. 513.10 . tillim tar m'ais lán do ghlóir `full of spirits,' TD 22.6 ; 36.13 .

Compds. ¤réimm a triumphal course : go bhfásfadh a uaill a los na glóir-réime 'na mbíodh, TSh. 478 . ¤sealbad possession of glory : ni saidhbhir go glóir-shealbhadh (prov.), Hard. ii 405.13 .

2 glóir

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x = 1 and 2 glór, qq.v.

glóire

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n ,f. (Lat. gloria) glory : tainic ... gloiri mhor ┐ indocbail ..., Lism. L. 20 (= glōir, Thr. Hom. 2.22 ). gairm gu ngloire (sic leg.), 4392 . an tan bhus léir dhamh do ghlóire-se, TSh. 3970.

gloiriam

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x see gloriam.

? gloitiu

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ind ns. and meaning uncertain; used in ref. to a shield: go rug air ghloitinn a sgéithe, Ériu i 87 § 33 n. 6 . See glotta.

glólethar

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n bright (?) (polished ?) leather : clarchris ... glaeta glolet[h]air, CCath. 5227 . sciath ... sarcengailti do sechedaib glæta gloleathair, TTebe 2695 . .uii. seicheda glaeta gleó- leathair, BB 436a14 .

glomar

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Forms: glomair

n o,m. ; also ā,f. (?) a s. glomair;

(a) a bridle-bit : a gilla glomhuir his bridle-gilly (i.e. his horseboy), Laws ii 26.5 Comm. o fiur glomair from his bridle-man, Hib. Min. p. 70.21 . Ugadarc mo gilla glomar, Aisl. MC 81.9 . ceatra cet gilla nglomhair, RC xliii 116.12 . ar eoch ṅgiurr glumuir on a bridled gelding (?), BColm. 90.16 . uanfad a glomraib srían, TBC 698 ; 5625 St. fri glomraib uanfadacha na n-ech, LB 152b33 . doróni ... glomra srian ... dib, 233b15 . ic foṡeinm a nglomar jingling their bridle-bits, CCath. 4960 . co h-Inis nGlais na nglomor, Met. Dinds. iii 372.94 . Fig. is leam ... | eolas dind Laigen gu leir : | geibidh mar dlus grind gan glomhair | mo rus o Lind Tomair trein unbridled (?), Ériu x 81 § 53.

(b) the muzzle or snout (of an animal) : nocomailtea an is dech da mbiadhaib fo ghin ┐ ghlomhar dhó (of an idol), Marco P. § 37 . cu rosdúin a glomar (of a dog) it closed his jaw, Acall. 1914 . rofhosclastair glomair na chræs ... batar aicci (of Cerberus), TTebe 602 . glomar a crais co tri teng- thaib tendtidi (of a serpent), 2064 . tuc beim da glomraib ... cuige, 52 . Fig. dorinne glomhar garbh gáire ionnus go bhféadfaidhe a ionathar uile d'áireamh a rough open-jawed (?) laugh, ITS i 66.23 . As fictitious npr m. : Glómhar mac Glais, mic Glomraide, SG 238.17 .

Compds. ¤cenn bridle-bit, muzzle-head : uiblech tened ... tatnit a cróes glomarchind from his bridle-bitted jaws, FB 49 . Cf. dar craes a globarchind, LL 189a22 . Na roised braenscoid na conaire ┐ glomarchind (v.l. glomraidhi) na hechraidi, Acall. 3868 . ¤cennsa bridle-tame : sriangair a n-graigi ... n-glomar-chennsa, MR 192.6 .

glommach

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adj (gloimm ?) o,ā resounding (?) : lúirechthre- braid ... treinglommach, TTr.² 999.