gráscar

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n I a rabble, a mob : farrais an ngrásgar do chiorr- bhaigh (sic leg.) a shaoghal, O'Gr. Cat. 571.38. nī aithgheoin in grasgur glan Celtica ii 286 § 57 .

n II a struggle, a scuffle : ... áthas mac | ar léidinnioll déise nó ar ghráscar glac `wrestling hand to hand,' Ó Bruad. ii 154.2 .

grásd

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x see grás.

grásda

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x see grása.

grát

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n a grating : coloman ... go ngrát ... ieroinn i n-a uirthim- chell, Fl. Earls 134.10 .

1 gráta

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n m. a grate ; a grating : gráta do líonobair phráis, Exod. xxvii 4 . do cheithre corruib an ghráta phráis, ib. xxxviii 5 . cenn Peatoir ┐ cenn Pōil siat a ngrāta imremhor ieroinn uas prīmh-altōir na heguilsi, Fl. Earls 198.20 . fo iadhadh in grāta, ib. 216.29 .

2 gráta

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adj (grád) io,iā noble, excellent, dignified : in tuisich oglach side coem gratto, IT i 144.17 . trī hōclāich grīsta grāta gormanig, TBC² 3320 . fer cǽm grata i n-airinuch na budni sin, TBC 5295 . Superl. gnúis is grátam dó, ib. 264 . ni gébat frit' gnuis ṅgráddai | buidni borba barbardai, SR 5015 . airegdai gratai a cossa ┐ a láma, Corm. Bodl. 34 (s.v. prull). ba gairm gráta ós Bairind brisc, Met. Dinds. iii 366.15 . magar .i. brīathar grāta, Corm. Y 724 . grāibre ... .i. briathar grata, O'Mulc. 688 . grata .i. oirdheirc, O'Cl.

gratsicum

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ind (Lat. gratias agam, Ériu lix 148 ) thanksgiving : grasticum .i. graziacum .i. atlugud buide Patraic, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 23 . grazagum .i. athlugud buide la Pātraic, quod Scoti corrupte dicunt .i. is ris aderait Scotic[i] trūailned. Sic autem debet dici .i. is mar so is cōir sin do rādh: grassaigim do Duiu .i. grasias Deo agimus .i. bermait buide n-altaighthi do Dīa Corm. Y § 684 . Occurs seven times in Lib. Arm. 7a ( Thes. ii 261 ), being twice spelt gratzacham and five times grazacham. grat[s]icum i.e. gratias ago (sic leg.), O'Mulc. 622.

grátur

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n a grater, rasp (?): (as a cure for a horse that will not travel in a straight line) da mbia si fiar, fuaid lethar ar bacanuib an tsrein don taoib astigh, ┐ cuir gratur sa lethur Celtica ii 46 § 7 .

grau-bérla

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ind .i. bérla fiachda `raven speech,' KZ xxxiii 82 , 85 ( H.3.3, 32a ). (Cf. RC xxiv 355 n. 2 .)

gré

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n n ? = 1 grend Ériu xxxii 77 . hair, fur : `i.e. greann ino fionnfadh,' O'R. in mong gaeisitech gre líath ... tar a formna siar sechtair, FB 37 (Eg.). folt ṅ-garb ṅ-grelíath (gleliath, grendliath v.ll.), TBC 5386 . Amargen glūngel gairglas greliath (gl. līath a ulcha), Anecd. v 22.18 . láech orcnech garb grellíath, LU 4361 . folt n-etrom ṅ-grelliath fair grisly, Mann. and Cust. iii 93 n. 46 . grélíath .i. greann liath .i. fionnfadhliath, O'Cl.

grebán

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n (botan.) dropwort , 23 K 42, 389.16 (greabhan).