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 .

1 gráinne

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n (grán) ,f.

(a) a grain, a seed : combi diass mór ind óengránne, Wb. 13c23 . mad grainne cruithnechte, ib. 13c24 . grainde di fo iacail `a grain of it is put under the tooth,' Laws ii 242.17 Comm. cutruma graine .i. comfot in grainne eorna, ib. 252.15 Comm. intí dosgní ... cet gráine don oen graine, Todd vi 26.1 . roadnacht F. grainne n-oir fo slinnen, ZCP ii 134 § 4 . oiread ghráine mhuisdaird, Luke xvii 6 . an gráinne cruithneachda, John xii 24.

Compd. daur-grainne an acorn. Of a warrior : dron daur- grāinne (v.l. daurgrane .i. grane darach, LL 311b18 ) `der geste Kern einer Eichel,' Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 23 § 2.

(b) A measure of length, see ZCP xiv 358 : ara-letha bun cacha simne iarna airdbe cutruma graine frisi-tomister ordlach `das untere Ende jeder abgeschnittenen Binse gleich Breit wie ein Korn,' ZCP xiv 355.35 . caiti tomus o grainib ocus uighib `what is the measurement by grains and eggs,' Laws iii 334.19 . tri graindi i n-orlach, ib. 20 Comm.