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.

1 glórda

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adj (1 glór ?) io,iā clear, purified, resplendent : glana glórda im gním ngle | clanna móra mugaine, LU 4329 ( SG 84.x ). lebinn glainidi glórdai, SR 475 . caindelbrai gelbdai glordai, 4367 . co ngemaib glórda glanidi, Cog. 162.6 ; 160.28 .

2 glórda

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adj (2 glór) io,iā loud, resonant : fer ba glórda gáir, RC xxiii 314 § 40 . glorda glor Donncadha duind, MacCarthy 424.1 . na gætha garbgluairi (v.l. garbha glordha), TTebe 3079 .

3 glórda

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adj (3 glór) glorious : compar. doberthar duit immad innmais ┐ glore, co na ro-genair remut ... rig bus saidbre ┐ bus glordai in dái, PH 3971.

gloriam

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n bot. the iris of gladiolus : iris .i. gloriam, RC ix 236.3 . iris .i. gloiríam, Mac Kinnon Cat. 19.36 . iris adhon gloriam, C iv 2 26va9 . scopa reghia ┐ hipericon .i. gloriam .i. fenel, Arch. i 333 § 22 . Hog. Luibhl.

glórmar

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adj (glóir) o,ā

(a) glorious, famed : i gcaithréim ghlórmhair, TSh. 664 ; 5911 . do lámh dheas ... glórmhar a ccumhacht, Exod. xv 6 . saidhbhrios a rioghachta glórmhuire, Esther i 4 . fo bhīthin ruithenta ... in boltanaighe dhíadha glōrmhair, Fl. Earls 118.9 . Compar. (for superl.) : feib as glormaire ro batar imme isin oenach `jubilant' (the sense here being influenced by glór `voice'), CCath. 4375.

(b) vainglorious, boastful : ná bíodh an t-eagnaidheach glórmhar as a eagna, TSh. 3505 (= non gloriatur sapiens, Jer. ix 23 ).