golóc

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Forms: golóca

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.

goltraiges

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n o,m. = goltraige, q.v. sephainn golltraigis (sic MS) co mbatar oc cæi ┐ ac dogra, RC xii 80 § 73 . goltraiges gal glindsitar, BB 378b17 . Treidhe nemtighther cruit, gol- traiges (sic leg.), gentraiges, suantraiges, O'C. 154 ( H.3.18, 87 ). Name of a mythical harper: tri derbrathir .i. Goltraiges, Gentraiges ┐ Suantraiges, TBFr. 110 ( LL 249a29 ).

? golugud

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ind weeping (?): rogab cidh gaot[h] golugad | rogab bit[h] baoth bailiugad (of deterioration of the world), ZCP vii 309.7 .

golus

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n m. gluttony (?): golus .i. craes, H.3.18, p. 635 ( Arch. i 307 ). golus .i. gū-fes, O'Mulc. 669 . Dia mba maccleirech ... cen gōi, gan golus (: forus), Arch. iii 319 § 88.

gom

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x see goim.

gomach

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adj (goim) o,ā venomous, painful: robith Finn | ba do góeib | gomach guin, RC xxiii 310 § 30.

Gomer

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Forms: Gomer, nGomer, Gomers

pn o,m.

(a) npr m., Auraic. 4034 . g s. Greccus mac Gomer , 4031 ; 4148 .

(b) nGomer eponym of letter ng , Auraic. 2562 . Gomers, 247 .

gonach

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adj (gon, guin) o,ā wound-inflicting: nírba móidmech ciarba gonach (gontach v.l.), Tec. Corm. § 7.23 . dail glecach, gonach, glifiteach, Cog. 158 . Muintir Maoilgaoithe gonach, Top. Poems 44.9 . sleágha gonacha gáibhtheacha, Atlantis iv 178.5 . na lámhaibh luath-ghonacha, ITS i 80.5 . (Fig.) file gonach `a biting poet,' O'Gr. Cat. 330.1.

gonad

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ind = O.Ir. conid, q.v.