golium

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ind gair cocluiche gl. golium cona cluiche prattle (?), Ériu xii 48 , § 61 gl. 23 . But cf. note ibid. p. 75 .

goll

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adj o,ā blind of one eye, purblind: goll .i. caoch, O'Don. Supp. gonais Luchet Goll ina rosc cor mill a suil conid de rod lil Goll de, LU 3177 ( RC ii 88.y ). ro fuc in goll leis in ngilla, Arch. Hib. ii 70.4 . v s. a siriti lethguill (of Cú Chulainn), FB 67 . a trian rocharsa[t] Coin Culainn batís guill cot acallaim, LL 117a8 . Cf. RC viii 60.15 . mac Ferghusa guill, AU i 168.16 (an. 718). Colman goll (name of a saint), Arch. Hib. i 321.14 . Cairpre goll, Rawl. B. 502, 152a15 . Goll Essa Rúaid the name of a amous old salmon, Anecd. i 27 § 21 . ? goll gobra, grech muíce a one-eyed horse (?), IT iii 104 § 201 (more probably a pers. name EIS 253 ). As sobriquet or npr m.: Goll mac Mórna (the great Connaught champion, Finn's adversary), see AS passim . Goll Gulban (a warrior of the Ulster Fian), ib. 3420 . Goll mac Uilechāin, Rawl. B. 502, 129a1 . g s. Aided Guill Maic Carbada (title of a tale), RC xiv 398 . briathar ... Shimoin meic Guill (of the father of Simon Draí), RC xliii 58 § 59 . Keat. ii 1891 . comrac in Guill is Gotáin, Met. Dinds. iv 54.4 . Hence of a warrior in general: Goll do chlannaibh Eoghain, Ó Bruad. iii 210.z . As n. l. a Gull, a hIrgull, Ériu iv 146.25 . See also Hog. Onom. 447b .

gollaid

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v (goll) makes blind (of one eye): cech ben ro charastar Coin Culaind no gollad, iarom a rosc fo chosmailius Con Culaind, LU 3259 ( SC 5 ). See guilliud.

1 gollán

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x see gallán.

2 Gollán

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(goll) o, npr m. Met. Dinds. iii 266.7 . g s. Golláin, ib. 6 .

golmaircc

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n f. lamentation, wailing: a cned, a golmairg merda, Ériu iii 30 § 15 . in golmairc ┐ in núalguba robái isin Trói, TTr.² 1205 . dochoid ass tra in draicc ... ┐ a gol-máirg esti, PH 2506 . ba golmairgg lee la gúri na n-idan, TBFr. 113 ( LL 249a32 ). in cathir uli fo golmairg múichnig, LB 156a35 . gorta golmhaircc ┐ lamchomairt, FM v 1482.15 .

golmairccnech

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n (: golmaircc) ā,f. wailing, lamentation: an gholmhairccneach dermhair ┐ an nuallghubha, FM vi 2292.3 .

golmar

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adj (gol) o,ā full of wailing: glenn golmar, gann (of Hell), SR 959.

golóc

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n ā,f. In pl. golóca the thin strings of the ancient harp: no sentea ... na goloca isin chruit big, acas na tromthēada sin chruit moir, Mann. and Cust. iii 251 n . ( YBL 75b25 - 27 ).

goltarglés

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n (compd. of gol) one of the three strings of Scáthach's magical harp which, when touched, moved all who heard it to sorrow and weeping: anmanna na ttéd ... gentarghless golltarghless oll | súantarghles, Duan. Finn i 43.35 . da seinnti in golltarghless ... gach a ccluinfedh ... | do beithdís fo biothdhógra, ib. 37 . See gentarglés.

goltraige

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n (compd. of gol) ,f. a kind or strain of music which moved those who heard it to sorrow and tears: golltraigi .i. adhband trīrech imefuilnge gol, Corm. Y 721 . suantride ┐ gentride ┐ goltride ar búaib sceo mnáib, TBFr. 120 ( LL 249a40 ). Sepainn golltraigi doib co ngolsad a mna, RC xii 108 § 164 . a trédhi fora nemithir cruitiri ... .i. sūantraigi ┐ genntraigi ┐ golltraigi, ib. roṡephaind dóib dano goltride conad-corastar i ṅgol ┐ i cói, RC xiii 438 § 8 . Cf. goltarglés.