? 2 gráin

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n a spearpoint : ni léicfe gráin na sleigi neme codlad fort, Acall. 1720.

Compd. ¤dealgach : cuing a spuir grāindealgaigh ghil, IGT Decl. ex. 307.

grainc

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n horror, loathing : fionghal ná feall | ná ní ar a mbeith grainc ná gráin, Dánta Gr. 4.10 . Compd.: gorm-hsluagh gruamdha grancshūileach 'mean-eyed' Celtica xiii 41.59 . laoch gruamdha granccshūileach 42.103 .

? graincemail

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n (grainc) i frowning, disdainful (?) : fag- bhaim do Duinecha uaim beith graingcíuil gruamdha cruaidh `to be surly, hard and frowning,' BNnÉ 180.32 .

Gráinde

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npr f. Grainde luid lat a Lughaidh, Laws iii 532.11 . Irish Texts ii 107 § 31 . Aithe Graine ingine Corbmaic la Diarmuid ua nDuibne, Anecd. ii 45.11 . Luid Find hua Baiscne do thochmorc Graindi ingine Cormaic hui Chuind, ZCP i 458.1 . ier mbreith Graindi ... ar aithed o Finn, RC xi 129.18 .

gráindecht

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n (1 gráin) ā,f. fearsomeness : ba snim lasin righ ... 'aduathmaire ┐ a graindecht (of a portent), Aen. 1507.

gráinech

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adj hideous, horrible, loathly : g s f. a richt pesti gráinchi, Cóir. An. § 272 . Compar. ní rabe ní bad gránche oldás in luathletrad ... dorat forru, TTr.² 1653 . duine ba ghráince iná thusa, ITS i 104.11 .

gráinecht

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n (1 gráin) ā,f. ugliness, hideousness : co cnuassaigib grainechta (gl. on co mbrosnaigib uath, Amra Senáin § 11 ), ZCP iii 224.14 .

gráinemail

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adj (1 gráin) i ugly, odious ; fearful ; abominable, shameful : garbeccur grainemail do birfiaclaibh ... i cechtar a da drant, CCath. 4027 . rocomruic ... co gaibhtech, ... grainemhail re Gyi, ZCP vi 43.18 . an dream do-ní an t-athmharbhadh gráineamhail úd ar na marbhaibh, TSh. 4720 . san bpecadh ngrainemhail-si (i.e. of profanity), Parrth. an Anma 159.7 . ní dheantaoi sibh féin gráineamhuil lé héinni snáidhtheach shnáidheas, Lev. xi 43 . as gráin- eamhuil ré a ninnisin amháin, Eph. v 12. is granamuil mi-cinelta in liathgorma 'the dark grey [horse] is ugly and bad-tempered' Celtica ii 42 § 32 .

gráinemlacht

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n (gráinemail) ā,f. horror, abomination, unseemli- ness : nách búdh leir gráineamhlachd do lomnochduighe, Rev. iii 18 . na fir ag déunadh graineamhlachda ris na fearuibh, Rom. i 27 (ed. 1830).

gráineóg

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n hedgehog: griun .i. gráinéog, O'Cl .

gráinid

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v (grain) feels horror, shudders : ro ghráinedar ga fhaicsin ┐ niorbo gráin gan adhbhar ... sin, ITS v 28.21 . rográin ... cride Thaidg frihae, Thr. Ir. Gl. 23 (s.v. gaileng). grāinid cride frisin dám-sin, Arch. iii 297 § 49 . graineass in sealgaire `horror seized the hunter,' Ériu vii 242.23 . ro gair acus ro grain uas na longportaib lethna she shouted and spread horror (?) (of the goddess of war), TTebe 1367 .