graifne

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n (grafand) ,f. horse-racing : gan mhalairt, gan ghraifne greagh `no commerce or horse-racing,' Ériu viii 192.23 . ó ghraifnibh meara (ghraifne mhear, v.l.) a marcshlúagh Éigse iv 80 § 7 . ó ghraifne a ngroigheadh 83 § 22 . as dúinne do churtháoi an graifne 'for us the race would be run' KMMisc. 352 § 5 .

graifnech

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Forms: Graiphnech

adj (grafand) o,ā fond of horse-racing ; as a noun a rider : graiphnech Cruachan, ZCP xii 234.9 . ba graiffnech ar Femen-maig, Met. Dinds. iii 202.32 . gid gāeth, gid grinn, gid graifnech, | in lāech cid finn, cidh feithmech, ZCP vii 299.1 . ech ... Taidg ghil ghraifnig, O'Gr. Cat. 488.13. a ua Duach Galaig grafnaig (: tarthaig) 'o descendant of Duí Galach who was given to horse-racing' Celtica xix 46 § 28 . As npr m. Graiphnech, AU i 194.2 .

graifned

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vn : ac graifned a anma Baili maic Buain 'writing the name of Baile, son of Buan', RC xiii 222.36 . daig ni hail las in comarba Caillin fodruair in lebar do graipned duinne cen a scribad, Fen. 372.5 . Cf. 3 graifnid.

1 graifnid

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n (grafand) i,m. graifnidh Tailten telglaine `master of the games of the fair-hilled Tailtin,' FM i 524.17 (an. 876).

2 graifnid

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v (grafand) races : graibnid (graifnid v.l.) in slóg iar Maig Mon, Im. Br. i 13 § 23.

3 graifnid

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v (1 graif) writes : luadaid fri gaetha graifnes `name ye among the wise him who writes of it,' Met. Dinds. iv 240.14 .

graig

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Forms: graigi

n i, m. and f. IGT Decl. § 45 . horses (coll.) : maith graig (groidh, MS) dorat damh rem lá, Arch. iii 304 III § 3 . co ro hairmither ... feur fo cossaib greghae ┐ groigh Meic Lir la maur-anfini (sic) `till the blades of grass under horses' feet be counted, and the horses of the Son of Ler in a sea-storm,' RC xii 104.14 , 15 . serrach da gach groigh, BNnÉ 265 § 230 . n p. na graigi , Trip.² 496 . graighi ┐ alma bo (graigte v.l.), Trip. i 303.1 . co téighdis groigthi ┐ imirgecha ar in eighrid `so that studs and droves used to go on the ice,' RC xviii 30.14 . g p. rī Laigen līn ngraidhe, ZCP viii 108.4 . grēchach a ngreg aga nguin `the screams of their horses at being wounded,' ZCP i 366.15 . gan ghraifne greagh without horse-racing, Ériu viii 192.23 . gin coicill fheola dam ná graighedh (graidhedh , MS), ZCP i 266.22 . bainni a ngroighedh ┐ a lairthech `studs and mares,' ib. 23 . d p. cia noberthea itir graigib hErind `though it had been brought among the studs of Ireland,' Ériu v 30.14 . d'eachraidh áloinn ... ┐ do greghoip ... dognī eachraidh mór do na Rōmhānchaibh, Fl. Earls 182.14 . ? atá Temhair gan a tuar, atá fo gredhaibh a gael, Arch. iii 304 III § 6 . Fig. groigh Meic Lir the horses of Mac Lir (a kenning for waves), RC xii 104 § 148 . groig Mic [Lir ar] in faitchi Comp. CC 81 § 13 . Of a single horse : minic leis aisdear ar groigh (groidh, MS), ZCP viii 228.14 . ar mhuin groighe duinn, IGT Decl. ex. 1249 . Of persons : is e lín in grega glaen | claenne Eua acus Adaim, MacCarthy 26.4 . Of humans: isē lín in grega glaen | claenne Eua acus Ādaim Éigse xxiv 58 § 1 .

gráig-baile

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n a hamlet, a village : do ráinig go gráig-bhaile mor, GJ iv 110.10 . See Peritia i 380 . Cf. grágán.

graigech

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adj (graig) o,ā rich in horses : Niall na ṅgiall (sic MS) ngraigech, Arch. Hib. ii 50 § 33 . a chrāobh chūlchas groid- heach Ghrēg, IGT Decl. ex. 1059 . coimhidhigh chlāir groi- ghigh Grēg, IGT Decl. ex. 832 . an clár ubhlach groigheach glan, DDána 66.z . do ghríbh ghroighigh Chua, 79.23 .

graigechda

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adj (graigech) io,iā rich in horses : niba glorach graigechda | luarda co lerggaib lasrach (of the world before its final destruction), SR 8185.

graimm

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n grip , see greimm.