gua

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x see gáu.

gúach

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adj lying, false , see góach.

gúachach

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adj o,ā lying, deceitful : occ breith ar muinntire úainn ... led mealltoireacht ngúachaich (mbregaidh v.l.), BNnÉ 6.32 .

gúaigidir

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v (gáu)

(a) intrans. lies, tells a lie : anguaigedar alaile acht is immalle guaigitir `when one lies, but they lie together,' Ml. 31b1 .

(b) trans. falsifies : air ni ruguigter gnimai dae `for the works of God cannot be falsified,' ib. 51c14 .

gúaillid

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Forms: guailledh

n (gúala) i,m. IGT Decl. § 52 . companion, comrade : fáth nach guaillidh (guailledh text) d'inghin é | imridh sé ar uairibh is í, Rel. Celt. ii 226.7 . fleadh do ghúailleadh nī lōr libh, IGT Decl. ex. 1337 . guaillidh deasláimhe an Dúilimh (of B.V.M.), DDána 49.5 .

gúaillide

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n (gúala) io,m. IGT Decl. § 2 . body-attendant (?) champion (?), companion (?) : an flaith mar ghuaillidhe don rígh (enumeration of the ten officers in attendance on a High-King), Keat. ii 5330 . guaillidhi an chuilg chaoíllínigh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 99.154 . le guaillidhe Dé dhúiligh, DDána 58.6 . cáit ar ghabh do ghuaillidhe, ib. 27.3 .

gúaillidecht

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adj (gúaillid) ā,f. companionship : g.¤ ógh is aingeal, DDána 37.41 . gér linn ón droing do ghnáth a ngualnidheacht ... is roinn a ríoghadhart, ib. 70.7 .

1 gúaire

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n hair (of animals), bristles ; a bristle : gūaire .i. ... gairci, Corm. Y 729 . innus con-anfad ubull fortamail ... for gach gūaire garb gráinemail dī, Fianaig. 66.8 . guaire aitenndai fair, Lism. L. 3798 . o'tchuala an peisd iat, ... adracht a guairi fuirre, ib. 2212 . finn ar guairi cullaigh allaidh, IT iii1 86 § 85 . guaire .i. folt fionn, Met. Gl. 16 § 41 (see ZCP vii 365 ). guaire .i. folt, O'Cl. aighidh (gach air) gid act go nguaire glantair, Ériu xiii 13.5 = aigead gach airgit acht gu nguaire glantair, O'C. 1877 ( 23 P 3 21 [23]b ) ; gl. amail a dath fein d'aghaid in airgit acht go nglantar he gu nguaire muici, Ériu xiii 58.13 . ? To this : noesbla .i. crich inacoisce guire noise no seasca i fidh no a muig, Laws iv 142.23 = crich inchoisce guaire noise no sesca a boundary which hair of ... or dry stock serves to define (?), O'C. 33 ( H.3.18, 14a ). a bristle used by shoemakers : an guaire shnadhmuigh a lasca 's a sála | guaire clúimh, ITS iii 102.25 , 26 (2nd ed.).

2 gúaire

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adj noble : gūaire .i. ūasal, Corm. Y 729 . guaire no naomh dhiobh gach duine, Ir. Texts i 64 § 2.

3 Gúaire

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Forms: Guaire

npr m. AU i 96.8 (an. 626). gen. Guaire, ib. 216.2 (an. 751). roghaod Guaire, Ériu xiii 23.z = O'Dav. 1057. Tromd. Guaire, passim . Applied eulogistically to a generous, open-handed prince or chief from Guaire Aidne k. of Con- nacht c. 620-662, famous for his hospitality. Guaire an oinigh ná druideadh ó dhaonnacht, ITS iii 62.16 (2nd ed.). a bhanGhuaire chlāir Chormaic, Dánta Gr.² 16.24 .

gúairech

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n (1 gúaire) o,m. coll. bristles : gu nguairech ngann, Ir. Texts i 27 § 22.