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.

2 gráinne

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Forms: gráinne

n (gránda) ā,f. repulsiveness, ugliness : Fir duba co ngraine dét, Trip.² 1319 . gráinne (given as one of the 15 tokens of a bad woman), ZCP viii 113.22 .

? grainne

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ind ni ralie in mag-sai nad rolo genid granne, ZCP iii 237.19 . in genid grainde isrubart .i. ni ticfad si leum-sae conid rolaaind-se ich n-errid dím tar na tri lissae dia saighid- side, ib. 245.16 . Of the winds : ind liath, in chiar, grainne a ṅguir (: cirduib), SR 77 . From list of different kinds of dispensers : geir grainne (gearr grandai, grenn graindi v.ll.), Triads 231 . ? fer cennremar calma ... ossē cichorda grāinne, TBC² 3199 . See 1 grinne.

gráinnech

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adj (1 gráinne) o,a granulous : sugh na n-ubhall ngrainneach, 23 K 40, 7.18 . croicinn ubaill grainnigh cortices mali granati, Irish Texts v 28.1 .

gráinnsech

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n ā,f. a grange, a granary : haec grangia grainsech , Ir. Gl. 195.

gráinseóir

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n i,m. a winnower, a gleaner (?) : gráinseoir glan gan mheang | do scar cáith le chéile is cruithneacht, Ó Bruad. ii 274.18 .

gráisc

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n f. a rabble, a mob : galair as nach faghar slainte | a ccomair na graiscce tug, BNnÉ 148.36 .

grammatach

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n ā,f. grammar, including literary composition (see Ildánach Ildírech 206-7 ) : gl. grammatica, Ir. Gl. 82 . legeand gramadach is gluas, Auraic. 54 . eter gramadaigh ┐ dileachtaigh, ib. 51 . atgaill grammataig greic .i. ocus ro foiglainn grammataich dano amal Grécu RC xx 404 § 123 . Fig. of a conjuror's or magician's book (cf. Fr. grimoire) : do dhá phlaosc dhealbhdha ghlasa ... | i lár lae is deacra 'ná gramatach draoidheachta your eyes ... harder to read in broad daylight than a wizard's book of spells, Hackett xx 38.

grammatachda

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adj n (as subst.) grammarian: no aicilled grammatacdu na ṅGréc 'he used to converse with the grammarians of the Greeks' RC xx 404 § 123 .

grammatic

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n (Lat. grammatica) i grammar, including literary composition (see Ildánach Ildírech 204-10 ) : n s. grammatic Thes. ii 7.25 . g s. dán inna grammatic, Acr. 13b1 ( Thes. ii 6 ).

grán

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n o,n. ; later m. grain : n pl. tuarcain dofuaircitis inna grán, Sg. 184b3 . grann .i. a grano seminis , O'Mulc. 628 . grán eórna ... ro thog Cu Chulaind día echaib, LU 8835 ( FB 63 ). do gran cruithnechta, Laws v 18.5 . 'na mīngrān cāemh cruithnechta, Arch. iii 245 § 27 . gur claochló an tór ina ghran ... eorna, BNnÉ 233.9 . ní íostáoi arán no grán bórtha, Lev. xxiii 14 . cia an sórt do ghrántaibh bhus líonmhaire, Corp. Astron. 208.19 . fearann ... gráin cron- land, ITS iii2 34.7 . gráin chatha caltrops : grain catha .i. bera ut est síl goirt focertar forcertar (sic) fri belatu criche ata heislinne ..., O'Dav. 1046 . tres in n-engnam neamaicside sin .i. tres na grainib catha (= semen bellicosum), Todd Nenn. 60.5 . is cuma dhuille an fheadha fo chosaibh daine amail nobeith grain chatha fo chosaibh, Ériu iii 164 § 20 . dognīth secht mēich lais di grāin chatha, Fianaig. 34.15 (see note). trí méich fo thri do grannaib catha tucsat leo dar muir, LL 328b15 . grán is é corcra ód chathuibh | corcra tachair é a n-ithir, IGT Decl. ex. 144 . arilli .i. granna finem[n]ach grapes, Arch. i 331.20 . gránmuine sloes, Thr. Ir. Gl. 23 (s.v. greth). Irish Texts i 33.21 . grannmhuine .i. áirneadha .i. an grán bhios isin muine, O'Cl. grán oiliolla catapusia (seed of spurge), 23 K 42, 413.3 . `grán lachan or grán tonóg the small herb or weed duckmeat,' P. O'C.

Compds. ¤chrúach a stack of grain : bíodh a fhios agad nach arbhur go gránchruachuibh, Gadel. i 128.587 (PCT). ¤remor : gart gráinremhar `a field heavy with grain,' ib. ex. 342 .