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.

1 glór

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adj o,ā (prob. an earlier form of gluair) pure, clear, bright : glór .i. glan, O'Cl. bai cluichi garb, glinni glór (written over gluair), SR 6577 . ossē lethglōir cadissin, TBC² 3302 . co ngarg-brut glór | de arggut de ór `with a pure unwrought mass,' Met. Dinds. iv 106.64 .

Compds. ¤glonnach ; grith glorglonnach, SR 8107 . -grád : o Adam na ṅglorgrad ṅgle, 2341 . ¤mod : ba hē a llīn co nglōrmud gel, Rawl. 147b46 . ¤oll : in glóruill co cessair chain | dosrorainn i coic [c]ressaib, SR 151 . For further possible compds. see under 2 glór.

2 glór

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Forms: glóir

n (glár) o,m., n s. also glóir (: cōir), SR 1368 . glór glár, masc., IGT Decl. § 96 . voice, sound, noise : no labraidis na ceithri tre glor ndaenda, CCath. 886 . Cf. FM i 296.2 . ar nglór eissídh `our discordant voices,' Studies 1921, 589 § 7 . a Ferguis ... coi[sc] do glór ndúr, SG 240.37 . Adér do ghlár (: lár) mheanmnach mhear, IGT Decl. ex. 1722 . In company with guth : ní raibhi ... guth ná glór | is-tigh acht uch is ochón, Ériu iv 118 § 29 . do ṡaine gloir ┐ gotha, CCath. 1616 ; 2769 . go romheabhaidh for a ghlor ┐ for a ghuth, FM vi 2288.1 . Cf. blór .i. guth no glór, O'Cl. g s. Gaill glóir `the loud-voiced foreigners,' Arch. Hib. ii 73 § 52 ( LL 184a48 ). pl. crichid class, co ngloraib cruth, SR 597 . glóir budh aoibhne rem aigneadh voices, TD 36.4 . Of speech, utterance : do dánacht gloir ocus do boccacht urlabra, CCath. 5019 . Of Nesta : iss eside bá gaithe glór ┐ ba cintigi comairle, TTr. 1772 ( LL 240b23 ). ag indisin a gloir ┐ a chomraith fein, TTebe 1157 . leinbhín fa glic nglóir, Acall. 633 . cuire genmnaidh ba bec glár (: lár), SG 23.5 . do rāidhius ris ... | begān glōir do budh mōr neimh, ZCP viii 223 § 12 . ce dubh a ghlór (gl. a chaint), v 483 § 5 (B. na Filed). glór gan adhmoille `speech without slowness,' Top. Poems 24.13 . uirsgeál ... | do ghlór an sgrioptúir an sgéal from the Scripture the story is, Dán Dé v 22 . niór chanas ... glór ribh acht do reacht leabhar, Content. xxiv § 23 . glár budh iomnáir d'aithris, xx § 12 ; xxv § 3 . gach glór ... do ráidh every utterance of hers, TD 39.4 . deacair srian re baothghlór mban, 21.27 . pl. glórtha an té atá a n-édothchus, Job vi 26 . In unflattering sense gabbling, talkativeness (?) : glōr (one of the 15 tokens of a bad woman), ZCP viii 113.22 . Adv. d'oin-ghlór unanimously : ag a rádh d'aon-ghlór, Keat. iii 3194 . Cf. ba hē aonghlór na sochraite unanimous utter- ance, ZCP xiv 223.11 . Of sound or noise in general : tairm ocus glor na sochaide do cloistin, Laws iii 202.7 Comm. glór tarbhach do dhéanamh réna theangaidh, TSh. 7413 . glór na ndiabhal the din raised by the demons, 6711 . Of the note of birds : d'upthaib ban, na (sic leg.) do glór en, PH 7316 . Keat. ii 5446 . Of the elements and of inanimate things : glór na gáethi tresin sín, LL 298a23 ( SG 366.21 ). sniges risin Gairb a glór, 22 . teach ... tré nach cuireann gaoth a glór, DDána 119 § 25 . muir ... can anad da glór ┐ da gredan, TTebe 4471 . re gloraib na srian aca n-imnastad `the sounds of the bridles,' TTebe 2332 . Fig.= fame (?) : allud a deig- [g]loir, AU i 442.17 . g s. Loch Gabair in glóir famed, Ériu x 77 § 15.

Compds. ¤binn sweet-voiced : Mlaise ... glorbinn, SG 32.10 . BB 427a37 . ¤bresmaidm noisy crash : gredon ┐ glor- bresmaidm na mbuiden, TTebe 2808 . ¤cendais gentle- voiced , BB 427b8 . ¤dorcha of unintelligible utterance : fá dhanaraibh gruama glórdhorcha, TD 34.37 . ¤gáibthech terrible-sounding : garbh-eas glór-gháibhtheach, CF 241 . (Eg.). ¤gáir loud (or clear ?) cry, CCath. 2230 (v.l.). ¤gal shouting (?) LL 4a38 . ¤gargg rough-spoken : docer Fergal ... lasin nglórgargg, LL 133a10 . ¤gasta ready of speech : Goll g., Duan. Finn i 11.25 . ¤glonnach (or 1 glór ?) noisy (of the sea) : cumgeba a grith glorglonnach, SR 8107 . ¤grith noise, clamour : ro choisc glorgrith na habond, TBC 3906 St. ¤málla soft spoken, TD 18.34 . ¤medrach cheerful-voiced : siol Gaoidhil gloirmeadhraigh, Top. Poems 6.2 . ¤meirtnech listless-voiced : a Ifrind glormeirtnich, YBL 151b31 . ¤naoi pleasant-voiced , Dānta Gr. 70.28 .

3 glór

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x see 1 glóir.

glóra

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x see glórae.

glórach

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Forms: briosg-ghlórach

adj (2 glór) o,ā loud-voiced, noisy, vociferous : ni aisneisea co glórach, LU 3482 = SC 26 . bétbríathrach glórach é fri cach nduine, Cóir An. § 263 . gairbsin a gotha glóraig `... his brawling voice,' Met. Dinds. iii 464.68 . cona c[h]eithirn guirm ghlóraigh (of the Devil), Arch. iii 216 § 4 . glorach for dubghlaiss innocht | feraid folc ..., LL 298a21 ( SG 366.19 ). adaig ... garbglōrach, ZCP v 22 § 11 . gæth gottshnimach glorach, TTebe 1961 . Cf. a gcoimitecht na gaoithe glōraighe, Fl. Earls 140.15 . bablóir .i. fear mórgh- lórach, O'Cl. briosg-ghlórach ` babbling ,' Eg. Gl. 105.

glórae

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n ,f. Meaning uncertain. Only found in SR and possibly a variant form of 2 glór meaning `clamour' : robái cen glorai, cen geis | claideb Gōlai 'sind eclais Goliath's sword was [kept] in the tabernacle without gainsaying or out- cry (?), SR 6181 . imgil, cen glōra, cen grāin | dí ingin Iola Labain, 2939 . bái Dauid fo glórai grad | iar córai fri Iona- thán, 5945 .

glóraide

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adj (1 or 3 glór) io,iā resplendent or glorious : 'sin tṡid glóraide glé-glan, Met. Dinds. iii 350.38 . a ghlóruidhe `O glorious Maid !' (to B.V.M.), A. Ó Dálaigh xxxi 10.

glóraige

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n (glórach) ,f. vociferation, boisterousness, loud voice : isberait ... gur' dubhustair a thengaidh ina chinn ara ghlóraidhe, Cóir An. § 263 . flaithus Grec ar a suilbire ┐ ar a ngloráighe fon mbith, BB 487a40 . iongnadh ... mar sguire dod ghlóraighe (of a river), Irish Syllabic Poetry 21 § 1.

glóraigid

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Forms: gloraigter

v (3 glór) glorifies : gloraigter (gl. glorificantur), Rawl. B 512 f. 70b (cited Plummer MS. notes). do bhrígh gur ghlóruigh sé thusa, Is. lx 9 . do gloraigheadh ┐ do honoraigheadh é, Parrthus an Anma, 452 . Vn. dodhénaidh h'ainm do ghlórughadh, Ps. lxxxvi 9.