glún

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Forms: glunae, glunae, glúne, glún, Glún, glúin, glúine

n O. Ir. s,n.: g s. glunae, Sg. 47a3 . g p. glunae, Ml. 138a2 . a p. glúne, Sg. 172a3 . n du. a dá glún , BDD § 88 . g du. cechtar a dá glúne, § 58 . In Mid. Ir. becomes fem. but retains its declension not passing over to ā stems. Glún m. (g s. and n p. glúin or glúine), IGT Decl. § 44 . re cois ngluine neimhghil N., Decl. ex. 1233 .

(a) a knee: gl. genu, Sg. 63a7 . dona glunib (gl. genua), Gild. Lor. 185 . almne glunae (gl. geniculum), Sg. 47a3 . Cf. Gild. Lor. 183 . otha mo glun com imlinn, IT i 125.12 . tabair do chenn for mo glún, Fél. 12.18 . for óen-glún ┐ óen-chích roalta ┐ Eogan, RC xiii 434 § 2 . rosiachtus glún Amargin filed, LU 10298 . Cf. ZCP iii 236 § 24 . a thraighthe ┐ a luirgne ┐ a glúne, TBC 2595 . nisarlaic sech ard a glúne súas, 901 . firfid gléss fort de nim co ticfe glúine it will reach thy knees, Trip.² 1371 . fillsit glúine (of Joseph's brethren to him), SR 3466 . fillis mog Dé a gluine, PH 1282 . rolig a glún des ┐ clé fai, ZCP vi 48.35 . Maund. § 200 . go tarrla[dar] a gluine fa each Fortibrais `F.'s horse fell on its knees,' RC xix 38 ( Fier. § 43 ). da ngluinib ... comfhillti i cliabaib ... a chele, TTebe 401 . crom do cheann a's feac do ghlún, Oss. iv 60.24 . níor mhúineas damh ... feacadh mo ghlúin, TSh. 5994. 1 Kings xix 18 . Is. xlv 23 . Glún fri lár (sobriquet) `Knee-to-ground': Murchadh Glún re lár, RC xvii 337.6 = M. glún-i-llár, LL 182a3 ( Arch. Hib. ii 49 § 24 ). Idioms: luid amach ... do dul do fhillid a glún = cacare, Hib. Min. pp. 71 - 2 . ? feb ro fecht is ro firad | ro sgribadh fora nglúinib, Lec. 6rb48 . dobeir glún fri gliaid (gail) braces oneself to the fight, engages in combat: tucsat glún re gail ┐ re gaisced, Acall. 3149 n . tabhrum ... glun re gliagh, Caithr. CC. § 21 . tucsat an Dubloinges glun re gliaid do'n Gamunraid, Celt. Rev. iv 118.14 . tócbáid (do fuargaib) glún re n- raises the knee to (as an act of respect or homage). Cf. Joyce, Soc. Hist. ii 489 . dlegair do c[h]omarbu Pátraic a glún do tecbail (leg. thócbáil) réna c[h]omharbu, Trip.² 474 . tuarga[i]b espuc dano a glún ria ríg, Críth Gablach 606 . RC xiii 104 § 134 . A `céle' was bound to rise three times daily before his `flaith'; ┐ ni fuil acht innscuchad gluine o sin amach, O'C. 621 ( H.3.18, p. 300 ). inus lugha a nemureirge, ised is moam a nemindsguchadh taoibi na gluine, O'D. 514 ( H.3.17, c. 417 ). berid glún betakes oneself (?): taeb hi ruc rind gaesi glūn pinnacle of wisdom wherever he betook himself (? of Bishop Aed), Arch. iii 306 § 4.

(b) Fig. of persons (from the idea of the infant on the knee or at the knee of parent or nurse) prop, support, sus- tainer: Cairbre ... glun oileamhna na heccno `the fostering knee of wisdom,' FM iv 670.10 . TD 25 § 39 ; 3 § 46 . glún far hoileadh an fhoghluim, Content. xxv § 5 . a ghlún chothuighthe an chreidimh, ib. n. 5 . a shamhail do ghlún gaisgidh, v § 173 .

(c) Fig. of family relationship (see genu, Ducange ):

(1) a generation: dot oighredhaib co cenn an nómad glún úaitt fein, Maund. § 131 . Adam is a shliocht ... glún ar ghlún, MS. Mat. 556.25 . Cf. Eochairsg. 3.21 . as eidir do bhreith ó ghlún go glún gusan Tadg cédna you can be traced, generation by generation, FM i lvii 26 . saor an glún degenach dhiobh | genealach ūr na n-airdriog, LL 394.53 . glún uaislighthe an fhine ó bhfuil, Studies 1918, 281 § 9 . do chaitheadar seal glún ar an ordughadh sin, Keat. ii 4283 ; 558 . iorchaire ... .i. an glún tig a ndiaidh dhuine, O'Cl.

(2) degree of consanguinity: in treas glun d'fhialus, Marco P. § 180 . gaire do glún duinn hiat na Donnchad, O'D. 1962 ( Eg. 90 f. 7 (8)c .)

(3) g.¤ geinelaig (g.¤ geinemna) a pedigree: fíorbhun do ghlún ngeinealuigh, Arch. Hib. i 89 xxxvi . draoithe aca do choiméadadh a nglúine geinealaigh, Keat. i 92.3 . do thaobh a ghlún ngeineamhna `by virtue of his ancestry,' TD 31.12 .

(d) `part of the frame-work of a boat ' ( Dinneen ): conrucsad 'na nglúinib soir | Fomore i ndegaid Balair `in their boat- frames,' Ériu iv 156.23 .

Compds. ¤dalta a fosterling: TBC p. 412 n. 5 ; cf. Loth, RC xl 147 ff . and Thurneysen, KZ lvii 69 . Often combined with adj. to form descriptive epithet or pn sobriquet: ¤dub: Niall Glundubh, Cog. 4.8 . ¤ḟind: Eber Glunḟind .i. comar- thada gela badur for a gluinibh, Cóir An. § 292 . LL 3a19 . airsid Lifi, gluinfind Codail the white-kneed one of Codal, RC xxiv 192.8 . As npr m.: Glunḟind mac Lamfind, Rawl. 117g56 . ¤gel: Aimirgen Glúngel, Ériu iv 136.19 . LL 175b15 . CRR § 29 . ¤glas: Emer Glunglas E. Bruised- knee (?), Fianaig. 70 § 17 . Glún lairn: npr m. is a translation of the Norse Iarn-kné, which name in its earlier appearances in AU is Iercne, Ergne, see Sommerfelt, RC xxxix 195 . ó Ghallaibh Atho Cliath .i. o Gluniaraind, AU i 412.3 (an. 894). ria nGluniarn mac Amlaim, 492.20 (an. 982). G.¤ Iaraind mac Amlaim, rí Gall, RC xvii 346.12 (Tig.). Gilla Ciaráin mac Glúiniarainn (of a Norseman), Ériu i 90.8 . FM i 548.7 . Also used by natives: Glūn Iairn mac Cellaig, Rawl. 117c56 ; G.¤ mac Fáelāin, ib. 117c49 .

glúnán

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n (glún) o,m. dimin. little knee name of St. Domangart's bell (from the shape ?):, Colgan Acta S. 743b . Tr. Thaum. 431a .

glúnech

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x see glúinech.

glúnmar

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Forms: glunmár

adj (glún+már) o,ā big-kneed: glunmár, FB (Eg.) 37 . adbronnach leathan-sluaistech si, glunmar, RC xxiv 196.z . caillech ... glúnmar glaisingnech, SG 328.24 . Irial Glúnmár, ZCP viii 327.1 . LL 175a49 . YBL 177a14 .

glunsalach

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ind (glúnsalach ?): biad fuirre glunsalach fine forderga (sic leg.), Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 52.27 .

? glus

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Forms: soglus

n light: seems to be abstracted by glossators from compds. glus .i. suilsi, unde dicitur isna Brethaibh Nemedh: dofed ōc iarnglus .i. airegdu (sic leg.) in t-ōc ndagrusc oldās in sen co ndībelrusc, Corm. Y 689 . Cf. O'Dav. 1024 and Laws iv 376.22 . glus .i. solus. Met. Gl. Ff. 74 . doglus .i. droc[h]soillsí, .i. glús soillsi, O'Mulc. 340 . soglus, Hib. Min. 47.22 . tall go nglus an ghlóire, Ó Bruad. iii 214 § xl .

? glutt

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ind Fergus Glutt (: rofucc), ZCP xiii 6 § 23.

1 gnae

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ind beautiful, beauty , see gnóe.

2 gnae

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n mockery , see 1 gnó.

gnáithche

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x see gnáthche.

gnás

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Forms: gnas, gnásu, gnáis, gnása

n (gnáth) ā,f. but a s. gnas, AU i 404.19 (an. 886 ); a p. gnásu, LL 156b16 . m. (g s. and n p. gnáis and gnása), IGT Decl. § 38.11 . o,m. in Mod. Ir.

(a) intercourse, companionship, frequentation : maith les a gnási he likes her companionship, Wb. 10a2 . dús inríct[h]ar tria gnáissi, 10a3 . dofuthrisse a buith im gnaís, 32a9 . resiu robetis im gnais (gl. priusquam mihi essent usui) before they were familiar to me, Ml. 58d7 . doberaind-se uile ... ar gnais (gnuis, Eg.) Noisi, IT i 81.11 . cach oén bís ina ngnáis ┐ inna lepaid, BDD 92 . robeó ... i mbith- gnáis in tṡlúaig-se, Fél. Ep. 316 ; 375 . m' ænurān ... | cen duinēn im gnāis, Ériu ii 55 § 1 . cett lim cia rabur na gnáis, ZCP iii 37.17 . nī roächt gnās co marbu has not reached the company of the dead, Bruchst. i § 112 ( AU an. 886 ; FM an. 884 ). rop sorche fri gnáis `brilliant in company,' Tec. Corm. § 6.37 . serba sírgnáise (of women) `crabbed in constant companionship,' § 16.3 . Laws i 20.28 Comm. FM i 308.1 . mairc rachas i gnāis (v.l. fíadnaise) Ulad do gabail ir-righe ... who shall go among the Ulstermen, RC xxi 160 § 25 . Of places: i ngnais in díthruib, SR 4740 . da m-bad lim Ériu ule ... dobéraind ... ar gnais in bale ránac, LU 3737 ( SC 33 ). bud maith lim ma (= mo) ghnās a nGartan I should like to dwell in G., Arch. iii 224 § 3 . mór in buaid don reilic bic | cibé rosic iarna ghnáis, SG 33.12 . Cnoc Tarbga co túath-gnáis `a resort of the people,' Met. Dinds. iii 370.63 . By extension: cech slógh roscaoil gnás don ghliaidh every host that has parted company from strife, FM ii 898.12 (poem). gnās na Sacramaintedh the frequentation of the Sacraments, Luc. Fid. 67.7 . Freq. of cohabitation: co rosaraich hi ┐ co ndeachaid na gnais da h-aindeoin, Ériu ii 180.1 . Laws iii 540.9 Comm. co ndeachaid ina gnáis ┐ ina caomhthach, Anecd. i 78.7 . Cóir Anm. § 70 ( IT iii 320.11 ). SG 48.5 . i ngnáis mná in rechtairi, 241.2 . dochúaidh Iácob na gnás, Gen. xxx 4. Of rape: is dachuáid ina gnáis ar sain, | ní ar áis acht ar éicin 'and he had knowledge of her then, not by consent but by force' Ériu xiv 157 § 11 (The Yew of the Disputing Sons (LL)) .

(b) custom, usage, practice, manners: tre gnais a ṁbuithe in hilur through the usage of their being in the plural, Sg. 73a13 . i ngassaib garbdai cech cin, SR 7995 . gnása ingen macdacht léo they have the manners of young girls, BDD 92 . nathir cach ben, grīb cach ingen, | serbha a [n]gnāsa, ZCP viii 196 § 15 . is comaith gnais caich diaraile `the customs are equally good,' Laws iv 68.3 . gnás cumaide `the common usage,' (8 Comm. ). at mathi a chland .i. ... fir Breg ... im gnáis, im alaig, im sotlotus, LU 4267 . eter gnāis ┐ gaisced ┐ chenēl, Death-tales 6.9 . TTr.² 1666 . scith mo mheanma, muad mo ghnas, Bruchst. i § 111 ( FM an. 884 ). gnás alaig erlabra, Triads 80 (v.l.). gairm fri gnásu `a customary title,' Met. Dinds. iii 302.63 . níor chuireamar na cumhachta-sa a ngnás, 1 Cor. ix 12 . gnás geasróghach a superstitious practice, Donlevy 436.16 . ? co tanic mac Agnomain | Nemed nimtha gnás, LL 418.

(c) frequency: a gnas do-gabhais fád cenn | feilm cruadha the frequency with which you put on your head a helmet, Irish Texts ii 29 § 35 .