1 grúc

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n (grúig f., IGT Decl. § 14 ) displeasure, anger, grudge ; distress : adcualadar Laígin grug (grucán v.l.) Cathail do beith riu, RC xxiv 62 § 24 . gémad grúg leis gach rígh rán, ZCP vi 269 § 12 . mairg risambid a ṅgarb grúc (: sút), Rawl. 77a45 . gen grúig cin gairbi mic dé ris, SG 46.2 . méit mo gruaigi (leg. grúigi) ocus truime mo irbaide, ib. 45.21 . troimingen ōr theich a grūcc, IGT Decl. ex. 1403 . tabhair phóig gan goim gan grúig, ib. ex. 679 . mairc tíri re tarla a ngrúcc, Irish Texts ii 33 § 16 . nach léigeann Dia aoin- neach ré mbeith a ghrúg dá ghrianán, TSh. 2300 . go bhfásann a ngrúg ┐ a ngoimh-fhíoch ón ghrod-spairn sin ré chéile, ib. 6646 . má tá nár ghaireas do ghrúig `altho thy frown I did not revere,' Ó Bruad. ii 132.9 . áitreabh Anna fá chlúid cheo, | mo ghrúig bheo an balla san gcás `how it pains me to see its walls in this plight,' ib. 124.z . grug .i. gruamdha, O'Cl. ? Compd.: mac ro boí oc gaillsig goit grúcbuirr (: pútraill, MSS. grudbairr, gruitbairr, grudbair(r), grucbuirr) 'a son whom a stammering, surly, puffed-up foreign woman had' EIS 134 § 5 .

? 2 grúc

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ind .i. laoch ... ut dicitur : guth gruice, cruth mbrēge `a hero's voice, a form of falseness'?, Corm. Y 725 = Tr. 90 . = goth gruce Auraic. 5288 , cf. 5294 . grúig .i. laech, H.3.18, 625c . ? = 1 grúc.

Grucán

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pn the name of Finn's horn : Grugán a láim Find na Féinde, Acall. 142.

grúcán

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n (1 grúc) displeasure : adcualadar Laígin grug (grucán v.l.) Cathair do beith riu, RC xxiv 62 § 24.

grúcánach

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adj o,ā (grúcán) wrinkled : grendetenach granna grucánach, LU 8516 ( FB 37 ). fá mhall-bhruachaibh na mothar-mhala ngrangach ngráganach (ngrugánach v.l.), Todd iv 96.18 ( CRR² 38 ). Palamides ... fer gaethaibel gerdhiumsach gruganach, BB 427b48 . surly (?) : Appas garb gruganach, TTebe 1686 . robo cendgrugānach mertnech lucht pupaill Ḟir Diad, TBC² 2430 . See also grágánach.

? grud

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see 1 grúc.

? gruicne

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n m. IGT. Decl. § 2.22 . ? do bruith chuigni fa chlochaibh | do gruigni do gróntachaib, IGT Decl. ex. 63 . in gruigne líath leithleasgach sin, ib. ex. 1286 .

? gruig

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ind is ē mo samail acht bec | mar bīs luch gabail ar gruig (: duit) | ic a crothad fo c[h]rub c[h]ait, ZCP vi 263 § 9.

grúisle

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n curds (?) : dochom deachmuidhe eisg ┐ gruisle do ghabhail `for the purpose of receiving the tithe of fish and gruisle,' Rule of Tall. § 31. ní thuigim créad as ciall do ghruisle munab ionann e ┐ gruth, no munab ar na greamannaib do ithdis do beirtheir e 'I do not understand the meaning of gruisle unless it is the same as gruth or unless it is used for the morsels of food which they ate' Rule of Tall. § 31 .

gruiten

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n ā,f. stale butter ; salt butter ; small curds which remain mixed with the whey after the removal of the thicker substance : meadg millsen ... ni hebar a oenur, acht cu- maiscther for grutin beos, Trans. RIA xxiv 203.16 (Reeves Culdees) = Rule of Céli Dé § 5 . gruitin do macuibh aithiuch im ur do macuibh airiuch, Laws ii 148.21 Comm. gruiten .i. grotsen, sech is sen is grot .i. goirt, Corm. Y 692 . góei gruitne cech ōenfhir díb, Aisl. MC 67.29 . co gruitin, ib. 127.17 . grus, grut, gruten a groso cibo .i. dagbiad .i. scaiblin nó braisech, O'Mulc. 685.

? grúm

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ind fir chabdhubha Chúla ó bhFind | grúmha chag- namha in chuilinn, IGT Decl. ex. 1273.