gonfainne

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n a spear, a pike , see gunbuinne.

gonfiach

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ind (= gon-fiach ?): do chimbaibh cuan ngonfiach ngeirfiach (no iath, MS), Anecd. ii 74.z .

gonna

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n a gun, a cannon , see gunna.

gontach

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adj o,ā wound-dealing, combative: nírba móidmech ciarba gonach (gontach v.l.), Tec. Corm. § 7.23 .

? goor

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adj (goar, gor, goour: a Welsh word acc. to glossators. Cf. W. gwaur `dawn, light, daybreak') bright: goour, solus isin mBretnus, Auraic. 3208 . goor, cach solus, 3215 . goar .i. solus isin Fenic[h]us (no isin Breatnais), 633 . go-or .i. gach solas, O'Cl. gor gel isin combric, O'Mulc. 266.

gop

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n o,m.

(a) muzzle, snout, beak: int ēn bec | rolēic feit | do rind guip | glanbuidi ... of his pure yellow beak, Bruchst. i § 150 ( IT iii 99 § 167 ). Gop a capite, ar is cend cech rēta a gop, O'Mulc. 672 . srublaingi ima gob in chon, Laws iii 416.8 . an donāl dognī an cú sís | ┐ a gob féin mar bhís, ZCP xiii 7.14 . guib co ngrennaibh (of birds), AU i 296.3 . dogauhdis gles da ngobaib ... i curp na péiste noco toc[h]aithtis a ngvibh amhlaidh sin, Aisl. Tund. 104.17 . lan a ngob, LB 115b30 . dá ngobaibh ┐ dá n-ingnibh (of birds), TSh. 3910 . do bhí ann a ghob duilleóg chroinn-ola, Gen. viii 11 . le lán a ghuib do Ghaoidheilg, Content. xxv § 2 . Of a person: A Ui Cuind ... a ghob ingair ganglam, IT iii 103 § 197.

(b) Fig.

(1) point or head of a spear , etc.: gop gai glais, PRIA iii 542 § 10 ( LL 146b20 ). ni gabat gréim grip guip gai, 540 § 5 ( LL 146b10 ). Of a crozier: gob a bachlle (sic), Laws v 22 n. 2 .

(2) in pl. end of tongs: dobidgad C. ina semunda a gobaib (na) tenchaire, Thr. Ir. Gl. 32.28 . (s.v. nescóit) = a bélaib na tenchuire, Corm. Y 975.

Compds. ¤choel (epithet of a horse) thin-mouthed: dá ech ... guipchúil, FB 45 . da ech ... gopchiúil, IT i 310.4 . CCath. 4735 . ¤gér sharp-snouted, sharp-pointed: gribha ... goibghera, Lism. L. 3651 . Mogobnat .i. caillech gobger, Fél. 72.14 . fri slendaibh slegh ... ngobger, TBC 5652 (St.). dá gcorránuibh goibghéara, Pairl. Chl. T. 570 ( Gadelica I ). ¤lomm with bare, fleshless mouth (of a raven), O'Mulc. 836 . gríobh ... ghob-lom, TSh. 6623 . bel gaill gobluim empty- mouthed (?), lantern-jawed (?), IT iii 96 § 150 . ¤úar (of a snipe), TD 34.84 .

1 gor

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n o,m.

(a) Med. inflammation, pus, matter (gore ?): cnoc ... lān do lindchrú ┐ gur, Corm. Y 975 (s.v. nescóit). nomebdais srotha do ghur brén tria cluasaib a chúil, Thr. Ir. Gl., p. 36 (s.v. prúll) = nothēged a thaosc di gur brēn for a dib culadaib, Corm. Y 1059 (p. 91) . glanaid a gor ┐ a om asa rosc, Aen. 175 . ? gor .i. tine, O'Dav. 1054. As vn. ar ngor a choise fair when his foot had become inflamed, LB 146b49 . Cf. do ṡlánugud in galair boi ina chois ... ┐ met a nemi ┐ a erchoti (of same incident), 147a28 .

Compd. ? gur bo leir indsmadha na n-arm tre erranaib na n-áladh is in taebh ba faide o n-a gor-gomhaibh from his inflamed wounds (an leg. forgabhaibh ?), MR 272.6 .

(b) Of the brooding of hens: da eisene déc ag gur, O'C. 882 ( H.3.18, p. 394b ). i mbliadain ghuir, ib. Cf. an chloch na mbí an ghorta ar gor the stone fortress in which famine broods, Tribes of Irel. 40.16 .

2 gor

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Forms: goiriu

adj o,ā pious, dutiful, filial , later used in wider sense of fulfilling obligations in general: donaib duthrachtib inna ngor (= votis piorum), Ml. 44b33 . it seúit macc ṅgor, Wb. 23a9 . goiriu (gl. magis pius), Sg. 40b10 . `Ar nach tusu in mac gor' ar sise. `Cia is goriu indāu-su ?' Cáin Ad. § 6 . maith gach mac bes gor dia aithair, Laws iv 374.25 Comm. nír 'bo gor in mac, RC xiii 448 § 33 . robdar gora do ... obedient, xvii 29.18 (Tig.). mog gor crāibdech pious, ZCP iii 29 § 7 . `ergid for hUltu ! Nīdat gora dún,' viii 318.36 (= goir, Rawl. 142b19 ). ? Maine Mínghar [.i.] mínghaire a mháthar dogníth sé ..., Cóir An. § 232 . Maine Mórghar .i. gaire a athar gu mór dognith, § 233 . In Laws: mac gor a dutiful son , a son who supports his father in old age as opposed to mac ingor (one who does not undertake his mainte- nance). See RC vii 92 - 96 ; Thurn., ZCP xv 312.30 . foceird a athair mac ingor a horba, ocus foceird a orba fri nech do gni a gaire, Laws iii 52.17 . sochur in mic guir, ii 218.14 Comm. letheneclann ... i saragud a mna ┐ a meic goir, O'D. 2415 ( Rawl. B 506, f. 53d ). mac beoathur ... .i. mac gor ocus mac ingor, Laws ii 288.29 Comm. is bal dober Dia for mac ngar ... ┐ nidumbhail for mac is gar nad ingar, LB 248 (marg. inf.). ? gor .i. a corde , O'Mulc. 673.

Compds. gor-ingen dutiful daughter: ? etir gormacaibh ┐ goringhenaibh, Anecd. ii 34 § 4 (metre faulty). buaidh ngormac, buaidh ngoringen, ZCP xii 391.29 .

gor-mac (a) an adopted son (who is brought in to undertake the maintenance of the adopter, see Irisches Recht 80 n. 3 ): ac urrnaidi fuidri ┐ gormic `beim (= zum) Aushalten der fuidirs und des gormac ,' Irisches Recht 80.17 . Mártain ... gormac gradsuaircc do shíl ríg, Fél.² clxviii § 11 . do gormmeic do gradhugud, LL 385c46 . screpall ... gacha gar-meic ┐ gach mac sethar, BNnÉ 41 § 84 . ar a gar-macaibh ┐ ar macaibh a sethar, 26 § 17 . Cf. 25 § 11 .

(b) a sister's son (who would normally be adopted by his maternal kinsmen): im orba mic niath .i. mac sethar .i. in gormac, Laws i 206.16 Comm. digail mic ban .i. mac seathar .i. in gormac, O'C. 391 ( H.3.18, p. 219a ). facbhus bennacht ... fora ndaltuibh ┐ fora macuibh sethar, sicut atbert ... Gach gilla is gach garmac, Lism. L. 4699 - 4705 . mairg Ultu arro génair ... in gormac (of Cú Chulainn who was son of Concho- bhar's sister), MU² 324 . leath cataid chaich dia mnaí no dia mac no dia gormac, O'Don. Suppl. s.v. gor. marbhnat Dé ... garmac dúinn é `kinsman,' Dán Dé xxvi 2 . (Possibly= `sister's son' as Mary is called our sister. Cf. Crīst ... mac ... dar siair, Arch. iii 234 § 10. ) Gormac Lagen ... Corpre Liphec[h]air, ZCP xi 110 § 24. Cf. 2 nia (niae). See also 1 mac (macc).

3 gor

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adj short , see 1 gair.

? 4 gor

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adj.: re cach n-albín rúad rogor (: or) `... fierce, fiery herd ' (as if from gor .i. tine, O'Dav. 1054 , for which see 1 gor), Met. Dinds. ii 66.18 . Perhaps for rodor, cf. adarc bo rodraide, IT iii 104 § 203.

(?) gora

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ind g s. (?): tuc athcusan anmin agarb oengora fair du gae `he gave him a rough, fierce, rapid blow of a spear,' Cog. 184.2 . Probably corrupt.