gnúisid

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v (gnús) creaks, rattles: ni rognuisistar ┐ ni ro gesistar roth nó fonnud ... in charpait, TBC 772.

gnús

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n o,m. some kind of inarticulate utterance; a grunt, a whinny (?): pl. do léig trí ghnúis as ós árd (of a horse), Oss. iv 244.24 .

gnus

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n a snout (?): sruimh, gnus, srón, Eg. Gl. 550 . (Cf. `gnos a snout,' Macbain .)

Compd. ¤gorm ` dark-yawning' ( ?of a mouth or snout): gin granna gnusghorm in dragun, ZCP vi 61.17 . asa gin gnúsgorm grainemail (of a boar), 279.35 . gin gnusgorm (of a person), 286.z .

gnúsachtach

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Forms: o,ā

(gnús)

adj I o,ā growling, shouting (?): bá messi in Cú Chulaind ... gnússachtach gesechtach, LU 9313.

n II o,m. and ā,f. bellowing, lowing: [ni lamad] mil firionn geiseadh ... no gnusachtach do dheanamh, TBC 6126 (v.l.). Fig. murmuring, grudging: ná bígidh ag gnúsachduigh ar a chéile, James v 9 .

1 gó

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n sea (B. na Filed): gó .i. muir no fairrge, O'Cl. g s. bein Fergusai Goo son of F. of the sea, RC xiii 221.5 . a ngion goa .i. ... a mbeol na fairrge, O'Cl. (s.v. cruinnioch) : ib. s.v. nim . n. l. Tón re Gó = Tandragee, Hy Fiachr. 272.11 and n.

2 gó

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n a spear , see gae.

3 gó

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n (góo) falsehood , see gáu.

3a gó

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n (onomat., Celtica xxv 93 ) a sound representing the honking of geese: tott dano a ainm forcmachta (no forcumascda) di sun, ut est, bu bo go ged Auraic. 1613 . buo bo, go ged an anmanda forcmachta 4697 .

4 gó-

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adj false, lying (in compds.), see gú-.

góach

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(gó, gáu)

adj I o,ā lying, mendacious, deceitful, false: bit goacha uili (gl. mendacibus), Wb. 26a19 . ri góach, guinech, SR 3894 . breithemain goacha, RC xxvi 156 § 40 . ger'bdar goacha na haisneisi, CCath. 751 . gním góach, Met. Dinds. iii 302.51 . arnabad éc goach na beth dó (i.e. to ensure that he was really dead), Rawl. 74a30 . ar ná hepertais goach, Hugh Roe § 35 (f. 19a) . batar góig, ZCP ix 191 § 5 . Also guach: iascaire guach, PH 1760 ; 4843 . esinric, guach, gubreathach, Laws ii 332.11 . is faid guach in t-Issa, Marco P. § 8 . imresnach cech gúach, Tec. Corm. § 15.6 . flaithem gūach, § 14.12 . issed is messu fuair laech bith oc tigernu gaethguach astute and false (?), LL 149a28 . ni guach (chev.), Anecd. ii 30 § 5 . Cog. 112.30 . ní sgeal guach (chev.), Caithr. CC. § 77 . a choma nīrsat gūacho, Sītzungsb. der Pr. Ak. 1919 v 93 § 18 . SG 387.39 ( LL 307b29 ). faibli guacha gendtligi, TTebe 785 .

n II o,m.

(a) a liar: pl. in meirlig, ind adaltraig | in goaig, SR 8342 . ro[ṡ]reithe dím sa na góacho may he repel from me the liars, RC xx 416.13 (ACC Comm.).

(b) npr m. Goach mac Duibroa, AU i 449.16 (an. 926). g s. Donnchad hua Goaigh, 536.20 (an. 1015) = FM ii 708.z .

goaid

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v chooses: perf. tiar lasin popul rongoais, Aisl. Tund. 95.10 (= do togois 122.10 ). rongoais pian et cesad, 107 § 3 . cond. nogegainn mo choimthoga, ZCP vi 267 § 11.