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ind grend Muman ó Charn co Cliu | immot breith assa leith adiu ; | grend Connacht a hEchtge úair | grend fer ṅhÉrenn ra hoen-uair, Ériu i 130.33 . grenn fer nErenn a dhīcor, Anecd. ii 34.z .

grendach

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adj (1 grend) o,ā hairy, bristly, rough : fésóc gre- nnach findfad liath, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 11 (sub crontṡaile). urgrándha ina harrocht ghrendach ... glend-ṡuilech, Anecd. i 77.4 . ria ṅGola ṅgér garbgrennach, SR 5784 . in sráb sen-grennach `the hoary-bristled drove of swine,' Met. Dinds. iii 404.12 ; iv 188.40 . ingen do Ner garbh, grendach (gl. fionnfadhach), Leb. Gab. i 52.7 . do-ní an bás an corp greannach nó easgcaoin, TSh. 1266 . gríobh ghreannach ghob-lom, 6623 . Of hell : áit i bhfuil gairbheagar glas- odhar ... greannach, 6664 . ? As a noun : nior dhuibhe greannach grainemhail geimridh `not darker the hideous hue of winter,' Ériu v 174.184 .

grendaigid

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v (1 grend) challenges, defies, beards, incites : greannuigh, thug dubh-ṡlán fáoi, Eg. Gl. 356 . rogrendaig im cath hé `challenged him to battle,' RC xviii 48.7 . grenn- aigit in macrad eisium imtecht d'ímbadha friu, ib. v 200.2 . rom-greannaig fa éncluichi, Acall. 1422 . ro-greannaigh na slūaigh uile dia cois do cathugudh fris, ZCP vi 33.17 . ro grennaigh se Ercuil ┐ adubairt co tiubradh se cath d'Ercuil, St. Ercuil 2043 . grennaighid ad (leg. an) tiarla fa theacht seacha sin, FM iii 446.12 . ca mhéid uair do ghreineochus mé thú, 2 Chron. xviii 15 . tigimsi chugadsa a nainm ... Día shluaigh na nIsraeliteach noch do ghreannuigh tusa `whom thou hast defied,' 1 Sam. xvii 45 . brings on, induces : greannaidhis se fual ┐ allus, 23 P 10³, 15a8 . ┐ grendaiger fuil na srona, Irish Texts v 66.34 . vn. mar chomurtha grennaighthi ar lucht an uilc `in token of challenging evil- doers,' Maund. 8 . dol do chomhrac risan aitheach úd ata aga bur ngreannughadhsa, Ériu v 180.291 . robui ag achlan ... ┐ ag [g]reannugudh in bais `lamenting and com- plaining and defying death,' ZCP vi 26.27 . robói ic grenn- ugud na Troiánda co tístáis ... do cath frisom, TTr.² 1683 . mar ghreannughadh ar Dhia, TSh. 1934 . d'inchreachadh ┐ do grennughadh `to rebuke and provoke,' Fl. Earls 138.28 . do greannughadh an fuail, 23 P 10³, 12a7 .

grendmar

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adj (1 grend) o,a hostile, aggressive, daring : roba gadaighi greannmar grainemail é `he was a fierce, hateful robber,' St. Ercuil 2216 . in gaeth greannmar `the raging wind,' 2104 ; 1054 ; 1542 ; 2543 . rocathaigh Gyi co gaesmur, greannmur, gerarmach, ZCP vi 35.16 . buiden greannmur, grainemail, 55.13 . Gyi greannmur, gnimech- tach o Berbuic, 68.29 . roindsidur ... scela gaibhtecha, greannmura Gyi `tales of the perilous and terrible [doings] of G.,' 31.29. o beimeannuibh gaibhthecha greannmura, 30.35 . Of weapons : ga gerr, greannmur giustala, 32.21 . buille ... do glaedhe greannmur, guasachta, 288.30 . Of sounds : gair greannmur, geranach na clocc `clamorous,' 284.25 .

grenn

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n mirth, fun, humour, affection : ag ibhi deochann ar a cheile mar ghreann a ndiaigh altuighthi (a mark of scoffing), Mac Aingil 572.16 . saor-thaithneamh agus spéis don ngreann, ITS xvii 218.230 . See grind II.

grennach

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x see grendach.

1 grennaigid

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v carves, engraves : greannuigh air amhuil ghreanta shignéid, Exod. xxviii 36 (1827) = grabháil, 1st ed.

2 grennaigid

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x see grendaigid.

1 grennmar

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adj (grenn) o,ā witty, humorous, odd ; affable, lovable : idconnairc in gilla greannmur grádurrlum, ZCP xiii 224.2 . nuair tagainn go tig an tabairne | le gasraid glan greannmar, Tadhg Gaedhealach (ed. Dinneen) 1346 . nach greannmhar ghabhas do láimh, | re daoine tromdha teangbháil, Content. xxv 2 . greanamhar geanamhail gnaoidheamhail, ZCP v 210.214 . a Seámais greannmair grádaig, Eóghan Ruadh 1447 .

2 grennmar

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grenta

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(part. of grenaid) carved ; ground, polished (of weapons) ; sleek, fine, splendid : srōll taisgreanta ar crann ga chur, IGT Decl. ex. 1227 . íomhaigh ar bith ghreanta, Exod. xx 4 (1827) = grábhálta, 1st ed. slógh na lann slimghreanta sean, Ériu v 62.155 . laoch mear greanta a swift, shapely warrior, ITS iii2 42.13 . measracha greanta, gréasda ... fa mheadhg bhlasda, GJ iii 37a.y (Stair É. Uí Chl.). ughdar greanta gasta ciallmhar. ITS iii 138.6 .