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1 glinne n I iā,f. Bürgschaft,p. 83 security,pledge,guarantee;
apromise, abinding obligation; asurety: messi ... as chor
70┐ as glinni ┐ trebairi friú, TBC 443 .acht conam-rabat glinni
mo diṅgbála ria, MU² 96 ( LL 262b6 ).glinne aurut friss .i.
secht n-octhigerna ┐ secht righ... Arch. iii 325.7 .dobertatár
glinni ind di síu ┐ anall, LU 6876 ( BDD § 46 ).co tartar
glinne ┐ enighe frinn im anacul ógh ar muinteri, TTr.²
75 1803 . TBC 1793 .in fili oca fúacru for a nglinne ┐ a nadmand,
Im. Br. i 47.14 .dosīacht Fergus fora glinni arnā
briste fīr fer for C., TBC² 1759 ; 1516 .dim glinniu fadein
dochóid friae on account of my own pledge which went to
her
, LU 4696 .Cf. TBC 557 .ma uaisle in ti dia ngabur
80oldas a glinne...than his own surety, Laws ii 48.16 Comm. ;
82.2 Comm. cach sodomna ríg ... | a chomēt ar glinne | co
rochinne a dáil to keep him under securities (?), PRIA 3
Ser. iii 550 § 39 ( LL 147a46 ).dotoet for a glinne i ndiaid
int sluaig on the faith(lit. security)of his narrative (?), RC
85 xxi 392.5 .nech ... brisess glinde na cána the obligations of...,
Ériu ii 208.2 .Cf. ZCP xii 387.30 .glinne .i. breth, O'Dav.
1061 .glinne .i. urra, O'Cl. In foll. two exx. probably used
loosely in sense of certainty,fixity: glinni glór(chev.),
SR 6577 .glinnsius .i. glinni soois nó soḟiss. `glinni' dano
lēire, ACC § 54 Comm. ( RC xx 252 ). Asnpr m.:Glinne
mac Degaid, Heldensage,566 § 6 .fóen- weak security: is
fóenglinne dothaet mo phopa Fergus dom ṡaígid-se ní ḟuil
5claideb i n-intiuch ... leis, TBC 2866 . CRR § 23 . As alleg.
npr m. Faenglinni mac Dedad, LL 268a20 ( MU² 799 ).Cf.
MU² 803 , 837 .
IIAsadj.(g s.of I ?) firm,fixed,secure: (a) In physical
sense :úas chret charpait glinni, LU 3362 ( SC 15 ).eich
10fil fō charput glinne, LU 3806 ( SC § 37 ).cret chréda chrom-
glinne, LU 8671 ( FB 50 ).cret noíthech nóiglinne, LU 8596
( FB 45 ).clardha caeimglinne a curach, Leb. Gab. i 62.2 .
(b) In fig. sense: fixed,unalterable,constant: cech ni
napa glinne, Thes. ii 352.41 .rosuc ceím gradach ṅglinne
15`stately and steadfast,' Met. Dinds. iv 164.39 .costad im
chrābud nglindi, Arch. iii 311 § 5 .clīara glinni, ZCP xii
388.3 .cen gáes ṅglinni, SR 3119 . In cheville :forum
ṅglinni, Met. Dinds. iv 366.1 .índscib glindi, Snedgus u.
Mac R. 11 § 33 .eirim nglindi a sure course, ib. 12 § 45 .

20 ? 2 glinne ind .i. filidecht,ut estremteit glond glinne .i. nepguin
duine acht gurub glan a dan, O'Dav. 1029.

? 3 glinne: n fil fúidrech fora glinni | fil leind ndeirg ndrolaig
immi, TBC² 61 =for a rinne spear-points(?), TBC 261.

glinneadh ind .i. leanmhain, O'Cl.

25 glinnid v(glinn) secures,makes sure,settles,decides: ba nert
Dé rodglinnestar, Hy. v 45 ( Thes. ii 339 ).o gnim glin-
nistar ...`by deed he secured,' ACC § 127 .glinnsius (glin-
siusv.l.) salmu he ascertained(viz. fixed the text of) the
psalms
, § 54 .ro cenglaid ┐ ro glinnit sin do slabradhaibh
30 made secure, CCath. 2626 .robo marb in ben | don galur garb,
roglinned`it was certified,' Met. Dinds. iv 130.93 .golltraiges
gal glindsitaur(glossed leirigsetar), KZ xxxiii 83.3 (H.3.3
=glindsitar, BB 378b17 ).glinnsit(=glinnset, Rawl.)
coicthe they won (?) wars, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 10 § 3 =glinnis
35cocthe (.i. gniset catha), LL 311a15 .

glinnide adj(glinn?)io,iā firm,secure: scieth morglindidhe ,
TBC 5477 (St.).

glinnigid v(glinn) secures, makesfirm,clinches,settles (later
thanglinnidwhich it sometimes glosses) :roglinnig na
40salmu .i. ro[s]terbae fo obeil ┐ astreisc(i.e.established the
meaning or text), ACC 54 Comm. ( RC xx 252 ).[noglinniged
(gl.glinnistar) ó gnim. Nó] ro glinnigestar o gnimquod
uerbo praedicaret , 127 Comm. ( RC xx 406 ).roglínnig
(roglinnigestarv.l.) ┐ rochomet in nasill`she guarded and
45preserved the joint
,' Thes. ii 339.24 (gl. rodglinnestar, Hy. v
45 ).glinnig do loegu, ... ocus glinnig a math[r]e`care for,'
ACC 54 Comm. ( RC xx 252 ),cf. Met. Gl. 3.18 - 19 , the meanings
there given for `glinn' being due to misreading.glinnigter
bhar slegha, CCath. 4259 .raglinnigit al-loṅga ┐ alláideṅg,
50 CRR § 8 .Cf. CCath. 2626 (v.l.).glindig dóib in gairm | ó
fuil cen dailb a ainm núa`assure to them' (i.e.settle the
question of its derivation), Met. Dinds. iii 380.3 . Hence
erroneously :glinnidh .i. foillsigh`show,' O'Cl. Part. nec.
noccglinnigthiduit-siu sain`not to be secured,' CRR § 23 .
55 Vn. fri glinnigud chotaig Conaill, LU 1117 .ic glinniugudh
a comairle im corugud a cath, CCath. 4856 .ic glinniugudh
a srian, 4641 .

glith n ore(?) : meisir maeth-glith ina ellam n-ined, O'Dav.
800 =maoithghleth, Ériu xiii 41.22 .

60 1 gliú n(< Eng.`glue'?)f. glue,adhesivestuff : greamaighid
le gliú ndaingin, TD 20.33 .leaghais an ghrian an ghliú mbáin,
35 ; 20.46 .táith-cheangailte ... tré ghliú na ngrás, TSh. 8485.

? 2 gliú: ind cath cruaid Cnamrois rind | ria mac Fiachach co
ṅgliu duind, LL 6071.

65 ? glíus: ind Gand ri Deltadas raglíus | is Dagda ri Mancius,
LL 144a21 .

gló n ball(?) : dorat rí Cláire ... | a mér fo ṡúil glais mar gló
`ball-like eye,' Met. Dinds. iii 342.49 .gluan derc .i. glau
finn dara suil, Arch. i 265.679 (O'Mulc.).
70Compds. ¤ béimm:co [clos] gló-béim scéith Cairpre,
CRR § 45 . ¤ béimnech:globeimnech na minn ... ic a cengul
osna cathbarraib, CCath. 4652 . ¤ búirid:gur ghéis ┐ gur
ghlóbhúirsiod (glonn-bh.v.l.) ... sgiath Chonchubhair, Todd
Lect. iv 88.1 ( CRR² 31 ). See alsoglólethar,glóṡnáitheand
75 RC xli 385.

? glocan: n rosiacht cach im glocan a cele dib`within the
grasp of the other
,' Cog. 196.30 =glotain, B, which is perhaps
the right reading, or else =glacán grasp, q.v.

1 glóed n ashout , see1 gláed.

80 ? 2 glóed: ind fri gliaid ṅglóed, LL 150a34 =fri gliaigh ngaeth
(: Baeth), D iv 2,54rb26 .

1 gloídid v shouts , see1 gláedid.

2 gloídid v sticks , see2 gláedid.

gloimm n n,neut. noise,din,outcry: gloima clamore , O'Mulc.
85 670 .gloim a corn for cétaib cend, LL 49b31 ( Hail Brigit
§ 8 ).cia deilm ... gloim (gláimmEg.) eter do da tháib tren
tormaid, IT i 68.2 .Ofnoiseofvesselsbeingbeached: a
ngloim ro lásat na tri .l. curach oc tuidecht hi tír, LU 6934
( BDD 55 ).Of thedinof atempest: gloim doininne(transl.
`a thick tempest'), O'C. Atlantis iv 132.11 .Of thebayingof a
dog : co clos ... gloimm inn archon, TBC 1020 .mar gloim
n-arcon, p. 807 n. 6 .atnaig a gloim n-archon lor aird, RC
5 xiv 422 § 41 .re cruad-gloim in chon, MR 200.7 .
Compds. ¤ binn ofmelodious baying: do ghadhraibh
ghlam-bhinne, Oss. iv 210.21 . ¤ goil:gadhar ... ag glam-
ghoil maidin, 174.19 .