2 gríanach

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adj (grian) o,ā gravelly: taídíu grianach genter leis, Acall. 2676.

gríanaid

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v (grían) suns, warms in the sun: grīansum grīan, cāin cainnel may the sun, a fair torch, shine on me, ZCP x 347 § 16 . nísfagbad a grīanad il-lō nō a thōcbáil i n-aidche it used not to get its sunning by day, Aisl. MC 11.20 .

gríanán

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Forms: grénán

n (grían) o,m.; older grénán, see below: a sunny chamber, a bower, a soller, an open balcony exposed to the sun, an upper room: a gríanan co senistrib solsib fri techt ass, LU 10636 ( IT i 130.22 ). imchuirthe in gríanán sin lasin Mac Óc cach leth no théged, ib. 10637 . dorónad dano gríanán la Bricrind ... fó chomardus imdaí Conchobair LU 8062 ( FB 3 ). co mboí isin ngríanan for fordorus in dúne, ib. 8585 ( FB 44 ). co farnic a gríanán nglainidi, ib. 10697 ( IT i 132.13 ). grianán cen ... nam imsceng, Thes. ii 292.13 . tonnach crédumi forsin taig. grénán hóimind for a senestrechaib, Im. Br. i 56.19 . temair in tige .i. grianan, Thr. Ir. Gl. 42. 11 . ro bátar gríanána álli ... essarda ... do úrlúachair, MU² 201 . palas rigda ... co ngriananuibh solusta lais `radiant sollers,' Marco P. § 12 . ar cáeimhe a cumdach ... do grianánaibh solusaibh, CCath. 243 . ro- foillsig in spirut noeb ... a glanrúine do na hapstalaib in ngrianan ro-ard slebe Sióin .i. is in cendacul, PH 5431 . an treas teach da ngairthí Grianán na nInghean, mar a mbídís bainríoghna na gcúigeadhach, Keat. iii 558 . Fig. ar ghrianán mhaordha mhéine an mhíleadh on the sunny chamber of his mind, Hackett xxxix 28 . Of heaven: for nemh isin grianán gle | luidh i féil Chiaráin Saighre, FM ii 930.15 . nach léigeann Dia aoin-neach ré mbeith a ghrúg dá ghrianán, TSh. 2300 ; 2714 . a sunny place, bleaching green: gleri na Gamunraidi uili ar grianan cinn Connlocha `on the level ground at the head of Conloch,' Celt. Rev. iv 204.26 and n. 6 .

gríanánach

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adj o,ā sunny, bright: in tshraid | gel grīanānach, Arch. iii 234.27 .

gríanánda

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v io,iā sunny, brilliant: bheith i n-éagmais theampaill ghlé-mhaisigh ghrianánda Sholaimh, TSh. 6040.

gríanda

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adj (grían) io,iā relating to the sun; sunny, brilliant: cu cenn cicuil griendi `to the end of the solar cycle,' Bcr. 32c7 . is gnoe grianna gelfini, LU 8905 ( FB 68 ). lasin suidi n-gríanda, LU 3892 ( SC 40 ). grīanda loingsech (applied to Colum C.), ZCP viii 198 § 19 . amal rind ngrianta `like a brilliant star,' Todd Lect. vi 67.10 . comba lasamna in la lasna ruithnib grianda, D iv 2, 75rb29 . grianmhuine ... .i. an ni as grianda bhios isin muine, O'Cl. labra grianda nach glan `brilliant words that are not clear,' O'Gr. Cat. 555.25 . a stuaigh ghéiggealtais ghrianda, Dánta Gr. 16.40 .

gríandaide

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adj (grían) io,iā solar: an cical griandaighi, O'Gr. Cat. 302.17.

gríanmar

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adj (grían) o,ā brilliant: a chiuin-bhean ghrian- mhar dheallmhar, ITS xvii 159.967 .

gríb

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n (Lat. gryphus) ā,f.

I a gerfalcon; a griffin: ba luathither ... grib dia ned no séig do ail, Thr. Ir. Gl. 36.y (s.v. prúll). nathir cach ben, grīb cach ingen, ZCP viii 196 § 15 . net grībe, Corm. Y 968 . gáir gér gríbi, SR 921 . grip ingnech fot súil, Moling § 35 ( RC xxvii 280 ). an tén adhuathmar ... .i. griobh ingnech, BNnÉ 76 § 142 . do chomraic risan ngribh, ib. gribha garba, goibghera, Lism. L. 3651 . batar ocht ngribha ingnecha for .xl. lais arna seolad for seilg na n-anmunn n-aerdha, ZCP i 378.22 . imud camhall ┐ gribh ... isna crichaib sin, ib. 268.26 . grif a grife .i. quadrupess pennata , O'Mulc. 659 . gríobh ghreannach ghob-lom ghearánach, TSh. 6623 . is lámh nocht i nead gríbhe, TD 18.34 .

II a claw, a talon (?): ? ar sinedh a gribhe di [sc. don gríb] dochum na mbrathar `as the griffin was stretching out its claw,' BNnÉ 76 § 142.

III Fig. a fierce warrior, a hero, a chieftain: robith Fergal ... | grib glond galann, RC xxiv 64 § 24 . a Domnaill ... a gríb in gascid gabthig, TFerbe 637 . gríbh finn Im- gán, Ériu iv 216 § 14 . grīb thuir thricc thressaig, Bruchst. § 123 . grīb indrid īath n-anēoil (of Labraid Longsech), Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 10 § 4 . berim chomharc uaim don ghríb, ITS v 16.14 . Muscraige ... fond na gríbe gu gnāthach, ZCP viii 226 § 10 . a ghríb Gháiridhi, O'Gr. Cat. 367.16. d'éis m'iuil ar ghéiriúl na gríbhe after my intimate acquaint- ance with the hero, Hackett xxix 31.

Compds. ¤aithech griffin-like giant: gríobh-aitheach goimheamhail, TSh. 1159 . ¤chath a fierce fight: i ngríobh- chath gleóchomhraic, Hackett xxi 33 . ¤dál assembly of heroes (?): atraig cāch isin gribdāil, Aisl. MC 117.15 . ¤gal a warrior-fight: coṅgríbgail cherta, SR 7195 . ¤ingen (a) the claw of a griffin: (as a reward to a poet) ro hir dom.x. ngrib ingne (gl. .i. cuinnid ingi ngribhe), Ériu ii 4.3 . (b) a griffin (?): mar dha ghribhingne mheara mhoirghnio- mhacha, GJ iv 18a.40 (Stair É. Uí Chl.).

grib

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x see grip.

gríbach

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adj (gríb): laoch … grīobhach 'ferocious' Celtica xiii 42.103 .