gnéach

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adj (gné) o,ā specific, pertaining to a species : gne gneach ocus cenal cenalach `a specific species ...,' Laws iii 96.10 . cenel cenelach gneach a genus generic and specific, Auraic. 858 . Cf. 861 , 3740 (gneithech), 3736 (gnethach).

gneide

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n g s. intan dia mba suillsi na gneidhe, O'C. 2025 (H.4.22, p. 49).

gneiugud

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n (gné) variation, differentiation (?) : is mor in rodiall .i. in rogneiugud ┐ in cruthugud ┐ in diol doratus forsna foclu-sa anuass, LB 240b49 (ACC Comm. `forma- tion,' O'Beirne Crowe 74 ).

gnéthach

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x see gnéach.

gnéthech

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adj I o,ā active, busy : g s m. (gl. operosi), Ml. 48d1 . i tig in fir gnimaig no gniththig, Laws i 134.1 Comm. eitged gnéitheach active criminality, iii 90.22 (explained `gnímach,' 92.9 ). beatha ghneitheach .i. gnimhach (= vita actualis), v 22.15 Comm. do pecud gnéthech na bunad-gennti, PH 4826 . infinit gnima on breithir gneithig `an infinitive active from the active verb,' Ir. Gl. 136.25 ( Gild. Lor. 2 ).

n II ā,f. active voice : cumtach gnéthigi do chestaig the construction of the active for the passive, Goid. p. 67.5 .

? 1 gní

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ind .i. coccnam nó ithe, ut est, rogáét guaire ni gniet dét dretell `gní, i.e. chewing or eating, ut est "the bristly one (?) has been wounded : (his) teeth chew not the pet hog,'" O'Dav. 1057.

? 2 gní

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n voice : gni .i. guth, St. Gl. 419 . Lec. Gl. 538 . `gni .i. guth voice or sound,' P. O'C. con[d]ernum dore[i]r a rí | issí domén rarmorgní `with our great voices,' RC viii 348.41 .

Compd. ? ¤gal : gníd .i. guth unde dicitur gnídgal, Thr. Ir. Gl. (s.v. gníd). See also gníth.

1 gnía

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n d,m. sister's son : gnía .i. mac seathar, O'Cl. Mugna moo gnía .i. mo macaib sethar quia fit gnia mac sethar, Dinds. § 34 . Mugna, mo gnia feda féil `M. my sister's son of the glorious wood,' Met. Dinds. iii 144.1 . ag mal Múscraoidh bheith na ghnia, Ó Bruad. iii 208 § xxiii . Cf. 2 nía, of which this appears to be a by-form influenced perhaps by 3 gnía, q.v.

2 gnía

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n d,m. a warrior, a champion : n s. gnio nīthach Nad-Buidb `ein streitbarer Kämpe war N.,' Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 18 § 21 , where Meyer would emend to nio. ba gialltach gnía, LU 4283 = LL 145b24 ( Königl. Sächs. Gesellsch. Berichte, 1884, p. 194 ; SG 84.19 .). am gnia, IT i 142.2 . d s. tressiu cach gniaid, LU 10265 . n p. is mōr tria gaile glīäid gegnatar ann tria (leg. trí ?) gnīäid, ZCP viii 119 § 36 . gnía .i. bile, O'Cl. Cf. ┐ nía of which this appears to be a by-form.

3 gnía

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n d,m. a worker, a servant: gnia (MS gnai) .i. mog, Lec. Gl. 73 . gnia nó gnīm, O'Mulc. 658 . gnía .i. reachtaire no fear foghainte, O'Cl. gníadh .i. foghantaidh, ib. Cf. fergnia, Sg. 52a10 (gl. uirago). fergnia, O'Dav. 1536 . fergnío, Laws iv 338.15 . uais gnia, Laws i 182.32 (in etym. gl.). Fintech ... gnīad maic S., O'Mulc. 541 . g s. im chaire tigi gniad, Laws i 124.4 (glossed fir gnimaig ... .i. in briugudh, 134.1 Comm. ). im lomuin (sic leg.) tige gniad, Laws i 124.15 . (glossed ... .i. in briugaid 140.5 Comm. ). a s. asbert fri gniad (sic MSS) Milcon (of Patrick), Hy. ii 7 . Cf. Trip. ii 404.16 . eter ríg nAnand ┐ a gníed, LU 10250 . a p. lasna gniadu (gl. operarios), Ml. 135d9 . amal bid inna gniadu (gl. tanquam operarii), 136a1 . gnía légend a student (B. na F.): treis gnía lēighind three students, Arch. iii 310.20 .

Cf. gnía .i. reachtaire, O'Cl. As npr m. Gnia (Gniadh, BB) m. Tigernaig, ZCP viii 297.23 .

gníd

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x see 2 gní and gníth.