gránaigid

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v (gráin) loathes (?) : cretha ciara granaigter (: sāraig- ter), SR 8307.

Gránairet

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n.l.

I Granard, Co. Longford : d s. co feōtar i nGrānairiud Teathba tūaiscirt (gl. .i. Gránard indiu, LU), TBC² 215 . hi Granairiut Sinda (.i. Magh-in-cairn indiu), RC xiii 10.6 . g s. Fiachrai Granairit, AU i 236.10 (an. 769 ).

II Graney (in Kildare) (?) : Bellum primum Granaerad, AU i 28.4 (an. 485). bellum secundum Granairet, ib. 30.z (an. 494).

gránamail

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see gráinemail.

Gránard

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Forms: Gránard

n.l. Granard : airchindach Gránairt, Trip.² 1000 . Gránard, TBC² 215 (LU gloss).

grancuigthe

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adj (grainc) horrible (?) : ag feitheamh ghnúise grancuighthe gualda gráineamhla an diabhail `grinning,' TSh. 1973.

gránda

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Forms: grana

adj (gráin) io,iā horrible, terrible, ugly, repulsive, hateful : grana (gl. tetras a pl. f.), Gild. Lor. 64 . tetri .i. granna, ib. 78 . inna bríad gránna (gl. pirae dirae), Goidel. 65.8 . grandai n pl. (gl. truces), ib. 67.9 . ind fersai grandi (= terri- ficus) insin namma, Ml. 40c17 . aisndís dinaib grandib ┐ dinaib íslib a setting forth of the horrible and of the mean, ib. 40c18 . Āed Gustān ba grānna a gal, Anecd. iii 47.13 . no maided in cath granna, SR 5087 . bá úathmar ocus bá granni a innas in bachlaig, LU 9185 ( FB 91 ). ba grainni (granda, Eg.) ocus ba úathmar laiss in scáith, ib. 9059 (§ 81). dogena gním n-granni (granna, Eg.) n-garg, IT i 70.21 . conacca demun ngrana, RC ii 396.5 . do nige in chlaim granai, Thr. Hom. 80.15 . atbert ... aithiseda troma granna, PH 82 . is granna guaisbertach rofhelluis form, ZCP vi 42.18 . as grāndai a ndám, Arch. iii 297 § 51 . is granda daib teiched do denam, CCath. 3565 . is dochraidh gránna mísgiamhach do-rinnis do sgéimh ┐ do dheagh-mhaise féin, TSh. 1341 . an galar gránna, ib. 3302 . inghean ghránna ghiom-shūileach, 9955 . gránda ┐ trúagh a bhfeóil `ill- favoured and lean-fleshed,' Gen. xli 3 . Compar. olc as mó ┐ as grainne ina an pecadh da bhfuílíd contrarrdha, Parrth. an Anma 113.16 . Superl. is ed ceand is grannium (graindiu, granum v.ll.) sain | do neoch fil for muin fo nim, Auraic. 548.

grándaigid

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v (grándae) horrifies, angers : ro-grandaigsibar he oc adrad in loeig ordai, PH 2829.

grándatu

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n (grándae) n. f. horror, ugliness : a dorchotai na haidqi sin ogus a grandatai, RC x 214 § 2.

grangach

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adj o,ā (grainc) `frowning at the brow,' P. O'C. fá mhall-bhruachaibh na mothar-mhala ngrangach ngráganach, CRR² 96.18 .

grángal

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n (grán) ā,f. coll. grains, seeds : da mbia granghal geal isin circul (= quando in circulo sunt quasi grana alba), 23 K 42, 136.18 . gibe region don fual a bhfoillseochar an granghal sin, ib. 170.18 .

gránmar

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adj (grán) o,ā full of grain, full-eared : duatar na secht granmara (i.e. sheaves), SR 3332.