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.

glúán

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n (dim. of gló, glau ?) o,m. a little ball or lump (?) : gluan derc .i. glan (leg. glau) finn dara sūil cataract on the eye (?), O'Mulc. 679.

1 glúarda

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adj (glúair) io,iā clear, radiant : co Belach Conglais gluarda (.i. glain no gloraigh), Leb. Gab. i 128.15 .

2 glúarda

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adj (2 glór ?) io,iā noisy, vociferous : gotha gluarda, Laud 610 f. 19d (cited Plummer MS. notes).

glúas

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Forms: glúais

n (< Lat. glōssa) a,f. n s. also glúais in late Mid. Ir. IGT Decl. § 115 . g p. as n-stem, AU iii 504.20 . gloss, commentary, explanation : glúas indí riam a gloss on what is before, Wb. 17d21 . dobeir Pól glúais for testimin na fetar- licce, 4d25 . Sg. 100a8 . legeand, gramadach is gluas, Auraic. 54 . asan panaictti ... tuccad in gluas coir, 2417 . adeir in gluais, PH 7444 ; 7765 . na leabhair ... ar ar chuir- sead na seanughdair gluais mhínighthe, RC iv 354.12 . doréir tuigsi agas ghluaise, 351 . in gluais bhregach na Nouatiani, Luc. Fid. 242.7 . ag cur gluaise ar théx Lughaidh, Content. xvi § 126 . pl. gais gluassa gle .i. ... gonais na gluasa .i. ba gas hé ic erslucud na ṅglúas, ACC § 53 ( RC xx 252 ). lēigend Gāideilg[e] ┐ glūas the reading ... of commentaries, ZCP xii 385 § 4 . ag denam ghluasand ar an Scribtúir, AU iii 504.20 (an. 1513). an ghluais atá ar na briathraibh céadna, TSh. 5805.

glúasacht

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n ā,f. (also masc. g s. -aicht, -achta, IGT Decl. § 25 ) used as vn. of gluasid in its various meanings:

(a) moving, setting in motion, stirring (trans. & intrans.): connārbo eiter leo a ṅglūasacht to move themselves, TBC² 520 . noco lémaither a glúasacht, LU 5184 . Cf. TBC² 706 . glúasacht cluicc, Ériu iii 102 § 31 . gluasacht oen ubuild díob de lár lifting ..., Mon. Tall. § 49 . dogníd in nathraig n-umaide co mbíd for gluasacht, PH 1732 . rabaí ... C. can gluasacht arin mur `unmoved ...,' TTebe 4269 . así comhairle ar ar hanadh aca ... gluasacht dhóibh féin to go forth, ML 64.17 . LB 124b39 . Maund. § 14 . inna gluasacht (g p. gl. motionum), ZCP vii 480 ( Enchir. Aug. 72a ). an cheád- ghluasacht (primum mobile), Corp. Astron. 4.x . re gluasacht na sibheann at the motion of the rushes, Atlantis iv 158.19 . a ngluasacht nó a n-iomáin (of spoils and cattle), FM vi 1962.18 . a mothughadh ┐ a ngluasacht (of the limbs) their feeling and power of motion, TSh. 978 . air an ngealaidh ag glúasacht a soillse `... walking in brightness,' Job xxxi 26 . téultó, mágra, snámh, gluasacht `creeping,' Eg. Gl. 571 . g s. cum glua- sachta dána towards vehement motion, O'Don. Gr. 452.15 (from Med. MS.). friothbhualadh gluasachta an chroidhe, TSh. 1657 . fo dháighin gluasachta ... in tighe `... the transference of the house,' Fl. Earls 114.21 .

(b) starting game: tetag n-allaid arna chetgluasacht do chonaib, TBC 3383 . cu nach facbatis dam na torc isin cailli gin gluasacht ┐ marbad, Marco P. § 89.

(c) Fig. inciting, inducing; incitement, inspiration: dhá ghlúasacht go grianán na rioghna inducing him [to go], Ériu v 166.59 . gan bheith dá ngluasacht idir an tsainnt ┐ an craos being swayed between, TSh. 9553 . tré ghluasacht ... an Sbiorad naoimh inspiration, Parrth. an Anma 56 . (?) ni bud mor in cin mannur no gluasacht do thabhairt fair `destruction or temptation,' MacCarthy 50.14 . ciondus chuirius an choland cathughadh oruinn? Mailli rē claonadh do chum gach uilc ┐ drochghluasachta. Crēd dā ngoirend tú drochghluasachta? Cathughadh ┐ buaidhirt inmhedhōnach dhallus sinn Celtica i 189.929 .

glúasachtach

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adj (gluasacht) o,ā movable: na feistidhe gluasach- tacha the movable feasts, Corp. Astron. 100.12 .