1 grádach

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adj (1 grád) o,ā

(1) having grades : forsi[nn] œclis .vii.grádich, Thes. i 496.30 . ro-inshorcaig ind eclais secht- gradaig, PH 5530.

(2) official, prescribed (?) : riagla na n-áinted ṅgradach, ib. 5553 .

(3) distinguished : im taisech rogradhach dod muntirsiu, Ériu v 154.150 .

2 grádach

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adj (2 grád) o,ā loving, fond, beloved, lovable : a caeimcheli gráduch dinguhala bodein, IT i 130.10 . Garthir chucci in drúi dámach | ocon ríg ba rográdach, Met. Dinds. iii 178.146 . a mic gradhaigh, RC xix 118 § 77 (Fier.). luidh i riocht bain-leandain Conoinn ... co mbai co gradach athaidh occa, Leb. Gab. i 82.7 . madh gradhach sibh ar an tír `if ye are fond of the land,' ib. 254 n. 6 . ag so an mac grádhach úd agamsa `here is my beloved Son,' Matt. iii 17 . a mheic grádhaigh, IGT Decl. ex. 1000 . Saul agus Ionatan do bhádar grádhach ann a mbeathaidh, 2 Sam. i 23 . fabhar grádhach tar airgid agus tar ór `good favour is above silver and gold,' Prov. xxii 1 . labhradh ... go grádhach riú, Parrth. an Anma 21.6 .

grádaigidir

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v (2 grád) loves : druídecht ní-s:grádaigther Echtrae Chonnlai 174 . cor gradaig Meadb é ar a ṡobésaib, Ériu ii 182.14 . Dīa ... grādaigis ingen Iacim, Arch. iii 244 § 10 . co ro-gradaigset he, PH 939 . cindus docifer é ┐ cindus gradaigther, Lat. Lives 26.5 . sanntaighit go búan na ba | is gradhaighit na cethra (of a chief who refused to give up plundered cattle), BNnÉ 289.8 . imper. grádhuigh do comharsa mar thú féin, Matt. xix 19 . an tí is teó ghrádhuigheas (`qui ardentius amat'), TSh. 10331 . go ngráidheochadh agus go riarfadh sé Dia, Donlevy 476.22 . past part. co mbái-si do mnái gradaigthe oco-som, Ériu iv 22 § 3 . ocht meicc na da gradaigthe | cethri meic na da cumal eight sons of the two beloved [wives], Rawl. 72b40 . net grībe grādaigthi the home of a beloved warrior (?), Corm. Y 968 . vn. mo da mac | nirba choir a ngradugud, Anecd. i 20.14 . do chum a chéile dho ghrádhughadh, 1 Thess. iv 9 . aimsir chum grádhuighthe agus aimsir chum cosg o grádh- ughadh, Eccles. iii 5 . ar ullmhaigh Dia do lucht a ghradh- aighthe (= diligentibus eum), Parrth. an Anma 118.11 .

? gradailsech

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n undergrowth, thickets (?) : ghluaiséochadh sé fá fhoraighis lorg agus fá ghraidhlsi (gradhailsigh v.l.) fiadh- guidheachta `through forests with tracks [of beasts] and thickets (?) for hunting deer,' ITS i 6.11 (cf. fá gharfhaillsigh fiadhguidheachta, ib. 10.14 ).

gradam

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n (Lat. gratum) esteem, honour : tarla dhó glóir an dá ghradam (: agam), DDána, 34.35 . do reir ... a ngraduim gloire ┐ grasa, Luc. Fid. 196.1 . gan spás do thígheacht i ngradam, Eóghan Ruadh 311 . bean do bhí fé ghradam ríoghdha, ib. 453 .

grádmaire

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n (grádmar) loveliness : a ruithnigi, a glaine, a gradhmhaire, Lism. L. 3867 . lovableness : le caraid dá ghrádhmhaire é, Eóghan Ruadh 1632 .

grádmar

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adj (2 grád) o,ā loving : ised adfet co gradmar, Rawl. 70a42 . lovable, amiable : le taitneamh dod ghné ghil ghrádhmhar, Eóghan Ruadh 2391 .

grádugud

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u,m. vn. of grádaigid love, affection : rotbia gradugud ... ar gradugud Ronain, RC xiii 375.10 . ┐ a gradhugudh dogrés d'óinmnái, TTr.² 12 . dodeachadais co rig nAlban ... ┐ fuarais gradugad (onoir v.l.) mor aici, FDG 259 . Dobert rī Alban grádugud mōr dona Collaib ar a læchdacht, ZCP viii 318.11 ( Rawl. 142a52 ). Fuair ... Eogan gradhugud mór ind Espain, Cóir An. § 38 . ? ad mestar cáircha assa comthlachtaib cóinib comdathcha gnúsi gradu- gud, ZCP xi 85 § 39f .

1 graf

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x see 2 graif.

? 2 graf

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ind ruac ra mill na graf can géic, LL 4326 . ? nidria olc na glere graf, BCC 386.22 .

grafadh

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n (agric. term) grubbing, taking off the surface of the lea : dogheán grafadh ┐ branar mo dhóithin, Hackett xxvi 77 . tosach móna is branair, | i gcomhair go dtiubradh congnamh | don tí is túisce doghní grafadh, ITS iii2 180.40 .