goirthech

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Forms: goirthighe

adj o,ā (gairthe) glowing : g.¤ cáin gnúis do gnuís, LL 119b9 . ná néal gréine goirtighe (: mire), DDána 80.12 (leg. goirthighe ?).

goirthige

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n ,f. (goirthech) ardour, warmth : g s. as attrib. : teni bithbeo co ngris n-goirthighe, Fen. 164.12 . tene thaid- lech go ngris ghoirtighe (leg. ghoirthighe ?) ┐ tesaigte na mac mbethad, BNnÉ 42 § 88.

goirthigern

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x see gairthigern.

goirtius

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n (goirt) bitterness : cride imthoimnech co ngoirtius nemnech, PH 6443.

? goiscide

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ind re grainemlacht na laechraidi sin leis con-a n-greann-mothraib goiscidi `with their proud-tufted beards,' MR 180.10 ; 184.23 .

1 goiste

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n io,m.

(a) halter, noose : ho goistiu .i. dobert g.¤ imma bragait fadesin, gl. suspendio, Ml. 23b10 . [demal] dia mba g.¤ celebrad the demon to whom celebration (of mass) was a hanging, ACC 41 ( RC xx 176 ). snadmann na ngad ┐ na ngoistedh, CCath. 3980 . do-rat gosti ... im brágait in apstail, PH 2556 . a gosti cúibrig in chuirp (the body to the soul), 8271 . slangoisti with unbroken halter (of a horse), O'C. 1863 ( 23 P 3, 20a ).

(b) In phrase g.¤ gabálae (precise meaning uncertain, perh. running noose ?) : nó dia mba góiste gabála, RC xx 428.15 (ACC). amhuil g.¤ ngabala .i. díbadh na ndaine, Laws i 50.19 Comm. faicsin Dé do budh dána | is é i ngaisdibh gabhála, DDána 57.32 . Note also : i ngaisti gaibhes .i. ... i ngoisti gabaidh, O'Dav. 1047 . do bhádar sein na m- buairgib ... ┐ i n-gaistédaib ... gabaid were as spancels and as dangerous traps (of fettered warriors impeding the flight of others ?), MR 318.1 .

(c) snare, gin, trap , in general : ní indlium for iascu ... lína nā gosti, Alex. 863 ; 1010 . BB 499b13 . Anecd. v 8.1 . grád dobeir in t-én do'n ghoiste, PH 7736 . amail do cein- geoltai én a painter nó a ngaisde, BC 112.34 . ag gearradh an ghaiste dá ngobaibh (of birds), TSh. 3910 . áit nach bí gaiste ar bioth air (a bird), Amos iii 5.

In phrase i ng.¤ (ag) ensnared by, in the toils of (usually fig.) : i ngaisde ag mnaoi dhála Dé, DDána 32.11 . i ngaisde Ríogh an ríchidh, Dán Dé xi 21 . mé saor ón ngaisde na ngéabh, A. Ó Dálaigh xxii 11 . a ngoisde an vhais, Aisl. Tund. 95.z . i ngaisde an éaga, DDána 52.10 . mé i ngaisde 'gun ghalarsa, Dán Dé xiii 7 . id ghaisdibh gráidh in the toils of thy love, DDána 103.16 . i ngaistibh an pheacaidh, TSh. 7566.

2 goiste

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x see goistibe.

goisteóir

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n (: goiste) i,m. a snarer, a fowler : gaisdeóir iffrinn, MacAingil 405.12 .

goisteóirecht

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n (: goisteóir) ā,f. fowling, laying snares : mar nár shaothruighedar a ngaisdeóireachd, MacAingil 405.3 .

goistibe

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n io,m. (O.E. godsibb) a godparent, a sponsor : am goistibe fa dó de | am ailtre ocus am aide, MR 134.10 . Also goiste : g s. a farrad mo goisde .i. Domnall (scribal note) C iii 2, f. 12v . slan a gabail do goistib, ocus do clemnaib, ocus d'oitib, Laws iii 488.10 . Cf. `gaistigh, gaistibh a gossip,' O'R. `goiste a gossip,' Dinneen .

goistigid

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Forms: nomgoistigtis- se

v (goiste) puts a noose around, hangs : nomgoistigtis- se (gl. laqueare voluerunt me), Ml. 54b26 . rongastigh Iudas budēin, Ériu iii 198 § 23.