grim

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ind .i. cogadh, O'Cl.

grind

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adj i.

I accurate, exact; intent, diligent: atá lim co grind | cech gabáil rusgob `I know accurately every conquest,' Ériu iv 128.27 . gach ní atú do luad go grind, BNnÉ 261.29 . gach duine do tiucfadh annso d'fechain co grinn, RC xix 272 § 194 (Fier.). rop dīriuch a forcitul, | rop grēssach, rop grinn, Arch. iii 313 § 11 . is misi Colum Cille | antē is grinne laphrus, ZCP x 50.19 . foillseochamaid so nis grinne `in more accurate detail,' Ir. Astr. Tr. 70.y . comall ngrinn (cheville), ZCP viii 107 § 4 . le seanchas grinn géar, Content. xvi § 183 . dá bhféachadh go grinn [an faltanas so], ib. xvi § 60 . aní do thuigfeadh duine go grinn, TSh. 2898 . tuigse ghrinn, 2908 . ag dénamh rēimeann rīomh grinn, IGT Decl. ex. 1258 . an tí fhéuchas go grinn ar reachd ... na sáoirse, James i 25 . smuain orra go grinn gérros[c]ach, Mac Aingil 337.16 . biodh cluas roghrinn aige ris na neithibh bhenas rea sdaid féin, Parrth. an Anma 336.5 . a rádh ... go mbiadh eolas grinn na chreideamh ag Luitear, O'Hussey T.C. 41.13. fear is grinne i gcéill 'sa dtuigse, ITS xvii 116.139 . grinn .i. cuibhdheas, O'Cl. go grinn attentively, steadfastly, sharply, Eg. Gl. 359.

Compds. ¤fégad: roboi Sir Persaual ica grinnfegad, D iv 2, 72rb8 . ¤feithem: ag grinn-fheitheamh na glóire, TSh. 2275 . ¤fhis, 'na ghrinnfhios as gnāth sinne, L. Cl. A. Buidhe xli 11 . ¤mer: i bfeichemh shuaingherr ghrinnmher `in a brief-slumbered and alert watch,' O'Gr. Cat. 504.15.

II pleasant, lovely, comely, witty: ba bind a céol ṅgrinngel ṅglé, SR 5907 . nem talam ésca grīan grind, ZCP xi 57 § 10 . fo gréin grinn, Ériu iv 98 § 25 . gid gāeth, gid grinn, gid graifnech in láech, ZCP vii 299.1 . sássad ngrind `a fine satisfaction' (cheville), Fél.² lxv 32 . gairm grinn, BColm. 50.10 . rob imda dér dar gruadh ngrinn, Morthim. E § 6 ; fa bean ghrind, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 61.69 . mac in abaid is in cill grinn, Laws iv 382.22 Comm. grinn .i. glan, O'Cl. grinn .i. greannmhar, ib. ag aithris grinn gach líne romhainne `rehearsing the witty compositions of past generations,' E. O'Rahilly, ITS iii 130.178 (2nd ed.). planda is binne ghrinne ┐ is dísle do mhnáibh, ITS xvii 114.108 . See grenn.

? Compd. in grin-gen (= grinn-gen ?) graigech co ṅgail `the comely youth,' Met. Dinds. iv 98.87 .

III swift, quick: araile ech ... grind imma áig, LU 8668 ( FB 50 ). for gabru grinne, Met. Dinds. ii 82.39 . iar mbuaid do graipnib grindib, ZCP xiii 264.2 . reithfid in mag amal ro reithset eich grinni Faoaetan, Celt. Rev. ix 294.4 = eich greini, TTebe 2287 . foidis techtairi ... | aracenn cogrinn, co luath, SR 3461.

IV strong, vigorous, fierce (?): grinn .i. daingean, O'Cl. Glanna glan gas co ngail grinn, ZCP viii 118 § 18 . Slane na ṅ-gal ṅ-grind S. of the vigorous battle-feats ?, MacCarthy 212.7 . rob ūathmar in gnīm garb grind, Ériu iv 174 § 4 . ropsam grind grind ri harcaib `fierce, fierce I was in straits' (?), ib. i 72.12 . matat co mēt teimil ... | mo dā rosc i ngeimil grinn, ZCP vi 263 § 8.

1 grinde

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n (grind) ,f.

I intentness, keenness: ríg cen géri, cen grinne, Met. Dinds. iii 24.315 . Colum Cille cend Alban | grindi im ghargbladh tar gargler, ZCP x 340.6 .

II pleasantness, charm, grace: la humaldóit co ngrindi, Ériu iii 100 § 27.

2 grinde

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n io,m.

I a faggot, a bundle: fasciculum id est ere vel grinne, Reg. 105a11 ( Thes. i 2.16 ). fascud a faisce, ōn grinde, Corm. Y 623 . fascud a fasce .i. ō grinniu, O'Mulc. 496 . Tarclam Ainge grinne nglan | ... cach crand ... | isin grinne buc barr-úr, Met. Dinds. ii 58.5 , 8 . Of some part of a chariot: rosuidiged in carpat sin for dá n-echaib ... fo grinnib áillib a ḟén, TBC² 1974 ; 2334 ; 2557 . ? aill is grinne fidlo find, ZCP xi 110.30 . dimin. a pl. amal na grinnenu .i. bite im chrechtu (gl. on fasceolas), Ml. 144c5 .

II a crowd, a company, a troop of soldiers: ingnadh leisin ngrinne ngorm `a marvel to the swarthy host,' Ériu iv 114 § 15 . barclan do ṡlógaib ┐ do grinnib ocus do leigion- aibh, CCath. 4965 . tri catha Gaeidilech ┐ grinde Gall do indrudh Con[n]acht, RC xviii 57.17 . armdattus grinni Gaedel `the armed-fighting men of the G.,' Ériu viii 69.52 . doriṅgni cruadchippi grinni bec di she became (as it were) a small hard phalanx (?), IT iii2 514.724 . bheith a ngrinne ghlan, | is gille óga it fharradh `to be in a choice company,' Buile Ṡ. 58.11 . grinne a congregatione , O'Mulc. 662 . Acher ... Dondobur dōel, Gabrōn, grinne for Findubair a company [of 3 brothers] over F., Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 13 § 2 . Grinne fairne F rainc, Frig, ib. i 31 § 48 . grindi sengan a swarm of ants, Anecd. i 53 § 20.

3 grinde

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x see 1 grinne.

grindegur

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n some sort of rattling noise: cairchiu ┐ grindegur na saicidbolc, RC xii 98 § 131 . cairchi ┐ grinnigur na saigedbolc ┐ na srian, Ériu v 238.97 .

grindell

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Forms: grinnell

n o,m. IGT Decl. § 11.

I the bed of a sea or lake, gravel: gur lá ... in grian ┐ in gainemhain ┐ in grinneall in átha, TBC p. 317 n. 1 . co grian ┐ co grinnell an glanmara, CF 349 . dá cuirthi cleitech étrom indti ní léigfed sí ... [co grinnell , Eg.] íatt, ZCP ii 52.20 ( Maund. 92 ). Do-ragha grinneal a ngleó | ní heó linneadh tana thú, IGT Decl. ex. 468 (also 2121 ). grinneal (: filleadh), DDána 93.38 . co fagann fuachaisi doimne duba innus nac faicter grinneall tar eis, Ir. Astr. Tr. 40.10 . sruth Iordain ... | a gcrinnioll do nocht an mhuir, O'Hussey T.C. 250.7 . do conncus grinnioll na fairge, 2 Sam. xxii 16 . ó ghrinnioll an tsrotha, Is. xxvii 12.

II bedrock, foundation, floor, bottom: cor' geltadar fér ... co grian ┐ co grindell ┐ co leccoib loma, Acall. 2803 n . tri heillti ... ní faccait ní ar in faithci ... gan ithe co grian ┐ co grindell, ib. 7134 . conair ... teid co lugu na pian co grinell iffirn, Aen. 1395 . ar ghrinneall na deirce at the bottom of the pit, TSh. 579 . go bhfuaduighthear go grian ┐ go grinneall an ghruaim-thighe sin iad, ib. 6645 . atáim ceangailte i láib an ghrinnill `in limo profundi,' ib. 4187 . glan an bhuidhean do bhí id ghrinneall (of a monastery), DDána 122.15 . óltar linn go grinnioll do shláinte, ITS xvii 110.16 .

III Fig. deatach díomusa ... ag éirghe a grinneall chroidhe an díomsaigh, TSh. 7938 . léim do bhreith ... go grinneall na glóire síordhaidhe, ib. 556 . grinnioll grádha a foundation of love, Ó Bruad. i 92.9 . i mbrón go grinneall an imnidh íochtraigh in the deepest depths of sorrow, Hackett xxxix 52.

IV terror, trembling (?): condocorustar i ngrith ocus a ngrinneld do mullach in tighe, Anecd. ii 54.2 . condusrala i ngrith ocus uaman ocus grindell, ib. 61.5 .

grindigid

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v (grind) examines, scans, considers carefully: imper. grinnigh co maith an focal so adubart, Ir. Astr. Tr. 24.5 . ?vn. fecaid-sem beous fora ngrinigud-som `he con- tinues to scan them' (?), Ériu ii 24 § 5 . ensuring, making certain (?): `is cet lem,' ar Pátraic grindiugud (glinniugud v.l.) cacha dala ┐ cacha caingne risa racha fer do tṡil do dénam dó, acht corub cóir. Uair is co grind tucais in carpat dam, Acall. 6663.

gringalach

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adj o,ā diligent, assiduous: d'aithin tú h'aitheanta do chongmháil go grionghalach, Ps. cxix 4 . griongalach fa shlainte ar n-anmann, Parrth. an Anma 28.17 .

gringat

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n zeal , Donlevy 174.24 .

gringur

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n twitter, cooing (?): mingur gringur certan cruinne, O'Mulc. 830e .