? 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.

glommaid

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v (gloimm) barks, yelps : rathaigid in t-archu in mac ṁ-bec ocus glomais fair, TBC 1020 . no ghlomhadh in brodchú asind earsaind frisintí no teigheadh tairsi, used to bark from the door-post, Ir. Arch. Soc. i 21.1 . nochtaiss ┐ glomaiss a draint fhiacla, Fl. Earls 136.26 .

glomrach

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adj (glomar) o,ā bridle-bitted : ní rucam lind ar crod cain | iar ndíth ar ngrega glomraig `our bridle horses,' Met. Dinds. iv 64.99 .

glomraige

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n (glomar) ,f. (?) bridle-bit : pl. curit glomraigi na srían a belbaigib na n-ech, TBC 5067 . tendsat ... a ṅglomraigi i mbélbaigib a n-echrad, MU² 285 . déni glómraige srian, LB 232b20 . glomraidhi na hechraidi, Acall. 3867 n . ana curtis rempu d'uanfadaig dar glomraigib a srian the foam which they flung before them over the muzzles `of their bridles,' RC xiv 416.22 . As fictitious npr m. : g s. Glómhar mac Glaiss mic Glomraide, SG 238.17 .

1 glond

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Forms: gloinn, ngluind, glunnu

n o,m. and ā,f. v s. a gloinn grinn, IT i 125.11 ; d s. co ngluind , Met. Dinds. iv 252.19 . n p. glonna and gluind, see below. a p. glunnu, ZCP viii 196 § 19 .

(a) a deed, an exploit, a feat of prowess : glonn .i. gaiscedh, O'C. 1373 ( H.3.18, p. 626c ). glonn .i. gníomh, O.Cl. glond ar glond gleó ar gleó, LU 8648 ( FB 48 ). fo grád-glunn, SR 6039 . Art ... laechda a gluinn, MacCarthy 178.1 . a ngluind, a n-ēchta ... batar infir, Arch. Hib. ii 70 § 1 ( LL 183b18 ). na banaiter fergnúsi ... tria úalle a nglond, LU 8426 ( FB 29 ). taccomol glond claidbech `a union of sword-feats,' Arch. Hib. ii 55 § 8 ( LL 182a37 ). ic sarughad a nglond gaisccidh, CCath. 5946 . óigmhílidh gníomh nglonn (gen. of definition) of deeds of exploits, Irish Syllabic Poetry 62 § 1 . Met. Dinds. iii 348.5 . iar mbráth glond `judgment of deeds,' LU 9857 ( PRIA 3 Ser. iii 534 § 7 ). ni baigbhriathra (sic leg.) ... báithes fer-ghlonna fir-laich, MR 264.6 . da n-dernaind, nir ṡuairc in glonn, 14.25 . tre ghlonn n-ghoile, ML 144.25 . Of the Last Judgment : dresternach mór ag an talamh uile ar omhun in mórgluinn bíss cucu, RC xxviii 312 § 8 . gaibid g.¤ fri, opposes (?) : re rodhocra ni ghoibh glonn | do thoil anshocra d'fhulong, Arch. Hib. i 86 § xvii .

(b) a deed of violence, a crime, an evil deed (cf. écht, gním) : glonn .i. guin duine, O'Dav. 1029 . anglonnas .i. dia ndernad glond, O'C. 827 ( H.3.18, 379b ). rod marb ciar bo glond co ngail | Dondchad dond a derbrāthair, Arch. Hib. ii 85 § 36 ( LL 185a30 ). Of a treacherous act : at móra glonna Medbi ... atágur lám ar cúl aci, TBC² 1668 . TBC 4493 . Ailill Anglonnach no Oenglondach, iarsinní bá hóenglunn dó sercc di mnai a brathar, IT i 121.2 . cidh dognem de, ... fri glunnu gnātha, ZCP viii 196 § 19 . ban- c[h]áinti ... go nglōr gach gluinn, 207 § 41 . nimh agus grain agus géarghlonn, ITS xxiv 118.2 .

(c) Transf. of persons a champion (cf. anglond champion, Contrib.) : doberimm do ṡlan, a gloinn grinn, IT i 125.11 . cur cáin cathbúadach is glond catha chomramaig, LU 8957 ( FB 71 ). dorochratar a morgluind, IT i 81.8 . ro scarsatar a morgluind, LU 3569 ( SC 29 ). at leomain londa sain, at glonna catha, TBC 5691 . dam tri coecat ṅglonn ... `of thrice fifty champions,' RC xx 144.23 (ACC Comm.). be- nnaigim da glond na cath, Fen. 146.22 . roscathatar mo longa | Ocus mo glonna uile, Auraic. 5120 . do Mhannachán | do ghlonn an ghaisccidh ghairg, FM i 504.y . (?) co ro marb Corpre hua Cuind | rias-ra-giallsatar gluind gléo, IT i 158.6 . ( LL 154b2 ). atbath C. comnart glond, ZCP xi 109 § 11 .

Compds. ¤alt prowess (?) : cath Mucrama ba mór glondalt, Arch. Hib. ii 59 § 7 ( LL 182b22 ). gabsat congrain co nglonnalt, Leb. Gab. i 156.2 . ¤band a warlike achievement : gniomh gledeoin gleithi glonnbann, Leb. Gab. i 124.6 . ¤béimm a violent blow : pl. gloinn-bhémeanna a ngelsciath, ITS v 64.5 . ¤béimnech

n (1) ā,f. crashing blows, mighty smiting : g.¤ na claideb, TBC 3309 ; 5074 . CRR § 53 . CCath. 906 . TFrag. 122.9 . ri glondbeimnig na claidib icá clód, LL 226a30 ( TTr. 663 ).

adj (2) o,ā strongly smiting : in claidiub glondbéimnech, LU 7205 ( BDD 87 ). TBC 4603 . ¤bladach of famous deeds : docer Congalach ... glondbladach, LL 133a42 . ¤búirid bellows fiercely : gur ghéis ┐ gur ghló- bhúirsiod (glonn-buirsead v.l.) ... sgiath Ch., Todd Lect. iv 88.1 . -car (epithet) lover of brave deeds : Garbīth glondchar, Arch. Hib. ii 62 § 59 ( LL 183a59 ). morgiallach glonnchar, IT iii 7 § 6 . (?) ¤gart : rosmugaidh tre glondgart ngle, BB 58a43 . ¤mer : of the daring (or `rash') feats : Conall glonn-mer, MR 150.21 . ag an droing ghloinnmhir ghlifidigh, Cog. 42.1 . gaisgedaig gloindmera na nGreg, TTebe 4482 .

2 glond

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n a calf (?) : glonn .i. laeg bó, O'R. In n. l. (?) : hi Cill Dumai Gluind indessciurt Breg, Trip. i 68.9 ; 335.19 , where it is translated `Cella Tumuli Vituli.'

Glonda

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g s. npr m. Fianaig. 50.z ( LL 145a31 ).

glondach

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x see glonnach.