gósta

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n (Eng. ghost) a ghost, a spirit: ar dteacht duid ón ghliaidh id ghósta | h' ósta, a Bhriain, is cuid ceásda, 23 L 34, p. 177 . dobhádar air na mbuaidhreadh, ag rádha, is gósda é, Matt. xiv 26.

1 got

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adj o,ā stammering, lisping: gl. blaesus, Ir. Gl. 603 . guth got ... aige, BB 427a37 (= Hectorem blaesum, Dares Phrygius, chap. xii). Pirr fer ... got, 427b48 = P. blaesum ( Dares Phrygius chap. xiii ). god .i. mend, Cóir An. § 142 . a trian rocharsat Cuscraid (Mend) batis guit cotacallaim, RC viii 60.16 . duine mut no got, FM ii 636.4 . Corbmac mac Domhnaill guid, iii 388.4 . do marbad in Gilla guit, AU ii 70.5 . Commonly used as a contemptuous epithet of Norsemen or foreigners in general of unintelligible speech: a Rī Gāedel is Gall ṅgot (: h-orot), ZCP viii 268 § 43 . co n-iuratar guit báin fair- headed stammerers (i.e. Norse ?) will be slain, RC xxvi 46 § 247 . mac roboi ic gaillsig goit (guit, v.l.), IT iii 73 § 31 . TTebe 2106 (= verba ligatis imperfecta sonis, Stat. Theb. v 613 ). As npr m. (or sobriquet ?) immon Got, ciar chían ón chaill | darochair ra Maelsechnaill, Met. Dinds. iv 54.163 . Mael Sechnaill Got a cethair | éc olc ra scar ra bethaid, Arch. Hib. ii 85 § 47 ( LL 185a51 ). Donnchad God, BB 199a2 .

? 2 got

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ind rapa ro got ar (leg. an) oglach | Mochonnac a chomh- garmach, FM i 138.8 (poem on Patrick's household).

? gót

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ind ro marb flaith gót in gossa | Fergal ōc macc Oengusa, Arch. Hib. ii 85 § 39.

Gotán

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o,m. dimin. npr m. and sobriquet : Gotán 'ca guin, Met. Dinds. iv 54.162 . rofacbad Gotán don gleo, ib. 166 . Gotan m. Dimain, Lec. 57rd24 . Cf. gotán.

gotán

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n (1 got) little stammerer: Goll Gabra … gotán 'Goll of Gabar … a little stammerer' EIS 164 § 77 .

1 goth

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Forms: g., Geta, Guit, Goith, Guith, Guith, Guith

n a Goth : g.¤ (gl. Geta), Sg. 128b1 . n. pl. Guit, Auraic. 217 . Goith, ib. 224 . Guith, ib. Guith gōich, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 55 § 29 ; Guith, ib. § 23 .

2 goth

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ind .i. direach, O'Cl.

3 goth

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n a spear, a javelin : ro gabastar a ocht gothnata ma goth ṅ-dét, TBC 2574 = má goth néit, LU 6428 . amail teid bundsach na goth gaithi go diriuch in leith teid, Laws v 30.11 . npr m. Goth gaithe mac Ronain, Acall. 6579 . do ghabh gath beag iona láimh, Numb. xxv 7 . Used of the sting of a serpent : gath teinntigh ag gach athair nimhe aca sáite in gach súil, ZCP iv 418.28 . beathach nimhe ag a mbíonn gath re ndeánann urchóid, Corp. Astron. 142.15 .

Compds. ¤gráin : da gai glaso co n-gothgrain, IT i 81.2 (Eg.). ¤lann lance-blade : mo gathland in n-umaide, PRIA 3 Ser. iii 540 § 8 . ¤mánaísech : robo bro aiblech ... garglann gothmanaisech ... in cath, Ériu viii 40.23 . ¤neimn- ech poison-darted (used fig.) : gaoth ghoith-neimhneach na glóire díomhaoine, TSh. 10720 . ¤sreng : Tessurc ... ar goth- sring `against spear-thong (amentum),' Thes. ii 249.5 (St. Gall Incant.).

gothach

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Forms: g.

adj o,ā (guth) noisy, vociferous : g.¤ `vocal echoing, resounding,' P. O'C. Of demons : slog mor ... gothach goirt gér, PH 8103 . golfartach ... gothach, goirt, BNnÉ 99.13 . nuair leigsid soc is gotach ghadrach bíd, Amhráin [of Diarmaid Mac Carthaigh] (ed. Torna, Dublin, 1916) 43.3 .

gothán

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n (dimin. of guth, q.v.) o,m. song, singing : risin ngothan nglesta nguthbind, ro canadh an fer ... sidhi, Acall. 1700 n . As fictitious npr m. : a láimh Gotháin, ib. 148 .