glosa

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n (< Lat. glossa) a gloss, an interpretation : gluais no glosa an bhiobla, Luc. Fid. 319.7 . ar ghluais no ar glosuibh, 317.7 .

glóṡnáithe

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Forms: glónṡnáithe

n (also written glónáthe, glónṡnáithe) io,m. Possibly coined in imitation of Lat. filum (used fig. of language in sense of texture, form). The meaning of the first component is not clear. Possibly borrowed from Brittonic *glou 'coal', Celtica xxi 238 . The orig. sense may be defining or delimiting thread or line , as in Sg. 3b20 ; hence typical form, norm ; passing into sense weaving, arranging (of a composition) : gl. norma, Ml. 99d2 . don glosnaithiu gl. ad normam, 35d10 ; gl. filum, 145b5 . hua glosnathiu ind inni seo .i. tituli (= tali filo orationis), 72a8 . g p. inna [n]gláosnathe nó inna fuath .i. is hé in gloṡnáthe caractar inna liter (gl. ... figurae linearum), Sg. 3b20 . cindimm díb ... glón-shnáthi ernaigthe cumbri do denum ... a model of short prayer (of the Lord's prayer), PH 7857 . ferta atchú[a]idetar ... ocus dosratsat fo glo[ṡ]nathi naisnesen ... a thread of narrative, Trip. i 60.23 . Cf. 256.10 . do chuirsium glonsnaithi filidhechta fuithib, Laws iii 88.15 . in scel feigh ... do denam tre glosnaithe fileta, Anecd. ii 42.9 . co n-dernad glónathe airchetail co cummair do chumnigud in sceóil sin `a brief poetical resumé,' TFerbe 762 . Cf. 98 . tre glosnaithe ealadhna, BNnÉ 251 § 206.

Glostimber

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Forms: Glastimbir, ṅGlastiṅgibercc, nGlastingibeira, nGloinestir

(also Glastimbir) n. l. Glastonbury : hí nGlostimber na nGoedel, Fél. 188.36 . Glastimbir na nGaoidel, Corm. Y 883 (s.v. Mugh-eme). Also written variously : hi ṅGlastiṅgibercc , Fél. 188.40 . i nGlastingibeira , Fél. cxxxii § 24 . i nGloinestir , ib.

glotta

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Forms: gloitnibh

n n,f. (glotta, d p. gloitnibh, IGT Decl. § 5 ) bosom, recess, curve, concavity : rothimairged in cú ina glotain in macc bec, ┐ nís féta a theasargain ar in coin pressed to its belly (i.e. in a close embrace), Cóir An. § 71 . an léomhan ┐ an leanb na luighe ina ghlotain, Ériu v 186.424 . ... trí topair | súgait muir ngairb 'na ṅglotain, ZCP iv 235 § 7 . druim an uisci chruinn sa glotain ichtaraidh suas aige the arched curve of the water rising into its lower arc, ITS xiv 18.4 . cliar téad ... i nglotuinn géag ngall-shaileach ... in the curved frame (?) of the foreign willow-wood harps, DDána 85 § 45 . an ghaoth a nglotain an tseolchroinn ... in the belly of the [sails of the] mast (?), Oss. iii 162.15 . a ngloitnibh (: oiltir) all n-égcasmhuil, IGT Decl. ex. 259 . i nglotain (ngloitnib) in the grip of, at close quarters with : rosiacht cách i nglotain a chéile dibh (of troops fighting), Cog. 261.10 . met do ... pian examail fhuilengas tu im gloitnib-sea, YBL 152b26 . See also gloitiu.

glu

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ind Conall Glu mac Briain, Geneal. Tracts i C § 57 .

glúair

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adj i. (variant of 1 glór) clear, bright, pure, brilliant : gluair .i. glan, O'Cl. mo chorpan glan glúair, LU 9925 ( PRIA 3 Ser. iii 536 § 24 ). in gái gluair gerthind, SR 6076 . fri muir morgluair, 4074 . tossach gemrid gluair, SC 30 . Cf. immís cétamuin glúair, LL 167b44 . isind Affraic ard-gluair, 136a9 . cailig fheda man fid ṅgluair, 297b45 . a siur na grēine gluaire, LB 274b4 . tír na ngort nglūair, ZCP viii 228 § 13 .in gabul gluair, TBC 784 . tuaga ... géra gluair (leg. gluaire ?) glainidi, Cog. 162.9 . Of complexion or colour (?) : don allmarach glic gluair fair-skinned (?), ZCP x 34.15 . Cf. Mess Gegra din gabuir glūair, viii 119 § 38 . Of sound : canait ceol ṅgluair, SR 599 . ceoil gluara, 483 ; guth gluair áib uma `clear and sweet as copper's resonance,' SG 241.17 . sceinnid demun re guth nglūair (i.e. of a bell), Arch. iii 233 § 4 . na heist-siu risna stoccaib tendgluaire, TTebe 1331 . Of the winds : fri gaoith ngluair, TFrag. 124.20 = FM i 478.6 . gætha garbgluairi (v.l. garbha glordha), TTebe 3079 . Of persons : i n-diaid Medba mórglúare, TBC 3998 . Gormgal gluair grinn, Rawl. 153a34 . di chumaid Gaind gécaig glúair `radiant G ...,' Met. Dinds. iii 114.47 . a Christ grind glúair, RC xiii 100.3 . ō fēin glūair d'ibh Caisil, ZCP viii 222 § 4 . Gaídil glūair, Albanuigh aín, x 54.3 . do glé-medón Gáedel nglúar (: Cúan), Met. Dinds. iv 262.46 . in gaduidhe glúair (of the penitent thief), ZCP x 52.31 . Of abstractions : glōir a gloria .i. glūair ar mēt na glōre, Corm. Y 670 . iar mbethaid gluair glasglain, ZCP vi 265 § 20 . re gail ngluair ngil, viii 106 § 6 . co lín a nglond nglé-mer nglúair, Met. Dinds. iv 260.26 . tuatha abacc usci uair | gluair conanat i cach dail, Bruchst. § 152 (= in gach O'Mulc. 3 ). As a noun : ? dia do glúair do gamanraid, ZCP viii 321.2 . gluair ṅgle (chev.), SR 203 . ? isin daingen co nglúair graigech `full of horses, clamorous,' Met. Dinds. iv 106.57 . n. l. co Gluair Fer Muighi Fene, RC xliii 70 § 69.

Compd. ¤cert : in glór glúair-chert `the sure-clear name,' Met. Dinds. iii 366.6 .

glúaire

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n (glúair) ,f. brightness, clearness ; renown : māthair Cammīn co nglūaire, ZCP viii 334 n. 6 . co ngluaire na gríbhe splendour of swiftness, Todd Nenn. 146.4 . co nglúairi im gairg-dliged `famed for stern law,' Met. Dinds. iii 48.15 . Of sounds : togais iachtaig go ngluaire you raised a loud cry, Ériu viii 52.27 . coirchi ciuil atcluinim-si 'sinn Gairbh go ngluaire gemridh, Anecd. ii 23 § 4 . n. l. ocus Gluari i lLátharnu, Trip. i 164.13 . inis nGlúairi iar nIrrus Domnand, Ériu iv 140 § 15.

glúais

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n a gloss , see glúas.

glúaisdech

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x see glúaistech.

glúaisid

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x see glúasid.

glúaistech

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adj o,ā moving, mobile : aseadh as tremor no crioth ann loighdiugadh no brighe gluaisdige, 23 K 42, 291.5 . an uile ní eitiollach gluaisteach noch gá bhfuilid ceithre cosa, Lev. xi 23.