grib

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x see grip.

gríbach

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

gríbda

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adj (gríb) io,iā griffin-like, fierce, valorous: fail ann rig nad rigda bes, | gribda, gann, SR 938 . teōra ingne | gríbhdai grūaide, Arch. iii 297 § 48 . batar dichra | cuire griphtha oc a selladh, Anecd. i 66 § 140 . ceathrar mac ba gríobhdha glór, Keat. i 170.14 . i ngnáithfhéinn Bhanba im ghaiscidheach gríobhdha dham, Hackett xx 14 . gillai gribdai grāda (: rīgnai), LL 201b19 . Eoganacht gribda Glendabrach, Aisl. MC 49.5 . fear ... gribhdha geanmnaid (of St. Féchin), RC xii 320 § 1 . Sometimes in a more general sense as a term of praise, fine, splendid . Of women: mná glana gribda (: rígna), LU 2882 . Of precious cups: da cornd ... co cochluib óir gribda gle, Acall. 3938 . Compar. ní rabha i n-Eirinn uile budh gribhdhu nó budh seghaine inás, RC xxiv 44 § 3 = TFrag. 34.11 (griabhdha).

gribracán

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n pricking pain (?): lán do dhoigh's do dhriubh- ragán (ghoimh sdo ghriobhragán v.l.) | an clár ḟoil ós mh'imleagán, IGT Decl. ex. 918.

gríogchán

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n a constellation: griogchán, comhshoillsi SGS xiv Part ii 127 . gríogcán, comhshoillsi, Eg. Gl. 375 . Cf. grioghlachán a constellation, P. O'C.

griccas

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n confused noise, tumult (?): cosmaile na muirne ┐ in griocas agus in greadhan (gricras v.l.) agus seselbe na sochaidhe, TBC 5612.

gricc-gráicc

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n (onomat., Celtica xxv 93 ) harsh clanging of a church bell: gricc-gráicc chlogáin chille Buile S.2 18.490 . grig-gráig an chluig 17.486 .

Grífíne

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npr m.: Grifine mac Domnaill, Rawl. 150b17 (Grif- ne, LL).

grifing

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n groaning, moaning (?): hichtar ifirn cech re nuair | truagh an grifing bís fom taobh (grafuinn, grafuing v.ll.) `wretched the shrieking (?) beneath my side,' where Thurney- sen suggests `griffin,' BNnÉ 101 § 15 . See also grafand.

grigenchosach

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ind for Ciogul nGrigenchosach, Leb. Gab. i 34.11 .

grilla

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n fight, contest: gāir Gaoidheal ... ag maoidheamh a mōirghriolla, DDána 85 § 17.