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.

glondmar

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x see glonnmar.

glondras

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n (Eng. glanders) glanders : don glondras … is amlaid is coir sin do leiges: a gerrad ar tus ar fad an geil, ┐ fenn an croicinn de 'concerning glanders … the correct treatment for it is to cut it first along the jaw, and remove the skin from it' Celtica xvii 116 § 11 . tic an siled sin on glondras uair ann … mas on glondras bis … 'sometimes that discharge comes from glanders … if it is from glanders …' 116 § 12 . See also blonndras.

glonn

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x see 1 and 2 glond.

glonnach

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adj (1 glond) o,ā valiant, of mighty deeds : slōg Galiān glonnach, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 10 § 2 . grith glorglonnach, SR 8107 . tre díumus rígh ro-ghlonnach, BNnÉ 81 § 160 . muinter cech cétglonnaig, BDD § 93 . Tuathal cosin grúaid glonnaig `of the martial cheek,' Met. Dinds. ii 48.31 . in Ath Míde morglonnaich, LL 133a28 . Tid trenglondach, TTebe 1009 . manaois mhór mhearghlonnach, Todd Lect. iv 78.16 .

glonnacht

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n (glonnach) ā,f. prowess, greatness of deeds : fir garga géri glonnacht, Ériu viii 70.74 . rígan, co nglonnacht gorm-ṡlúaig, Met. Dinds. iii 366.10 .

? glonnas

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n u,m. prowess : tan dorigned in grím gland-sa (v.l. glondsa), Met. Dinds. iv 104.40 ; v 142 (Corr.).

glonnmar

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adj (1 glond) o,ā doughty, vigorous : in glonnmar garg, SG 249.42 . glaim glonmar gusmar ... danair, Cog. 158.8 ; 114.24 . bean ghlonnmhar `a vigorous woman,' A. Ó Dálaigh lv 16 . fa glonnmhar a dheilbh 's a dhénamh `mighty was its form ...,' ITS xxiv 10.20 . láech glonnmar garg, IGT Decl. ex. 406.

glonnudh

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ind (1 glond ?) : is duillmeach glonnudh a glac (glach MS) | is ē mac na mbronnad mbog the deeds (prowess) of his hands (?), ZCP viii 228 § 21.