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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 .

gloimthech (?): ind mullach mongacleathan mochlar ngloim-
10theach, IT iii 97 § 158.

gloine xsee1 glaine.

1 glóir n(Lat.gloria)f. n s.anda s.; alsoglór(orig.ā,f. g s.
glóire;d s. glóir) glory,splendour,ornament: [g]lōir .i.a
gloria , Corm. Y 670 .do glór ┐ t' airechas, Thes. ii 318.31
15(gl. orddan, Hy. ii 49 ).cen gloir, 314.26 .co ngloraib cruth,
SR 597 . cenodoxiae.i. ... na glore escone, Lib. Hy. i 68
gl. 18 .tanic ... gloir mor ┐ inocbail dóib, Thr. Hom. 2.22 .
gloir marthanach ... duit, a Christ, PH 157 ; 4264 .nách
mair indíu folliuchta a nglóre, 4268 .fo bláth ocus fo bith-
20glóir`in ... endless glory,' Met. Dinds. iii 260.4 .taispenaidh
bar n-ór ┐ bar n-indmus ... bar n-glóir ┐ bar n-etaigi`your ...
finery and your garments
,' Hog. Nenn. 43.7 ( LB 134b4 ).
almsa ... tria glor ocus tria saidbre (: mōr)`through ostenta-
tion and wealth
,' Ériu v 22.31 .glóir an bhaile 'na mbíodh
25sinn | a hionnamhail ní fhaicim`the splendour of the place...,'
Studies 1924, 85 § 3 .lé gleic ghuasachtaigh na glóire
díomhaoine, TSh. 184 . Of the fallen angels :is glóir do
mhúch a meadhair, | tnúth dhóibh ris an Dúileamhain, Dán
Dé v 36 .is mar sin téid seacha glóir an domhain sic transit
30gloria mundi, TSh. 421 . In the sense triumph,exaltation,
uplifting: do chur bhuaidhiortha ar ghlóir Ghall`to trouble
the exaltation of the English
,' O'Gr. Cat. 513.10 .tillim tar
m'ais lán do ghlóir`full of spirits,' TD 22.6 ; 36.13 .
Compds. ¤ réimm atriumphal course: go bhfásfadh a uaill
35a los na glóir-réime 'na mbíodh, TSh. 478 . ¤ sealbad possession
ofglory: ni saidhbhir go glóir-shealbhadh(prov.), Hard.
ii 405.13 .

2 glóir x=1and2 glór,qq.v.

glóire n iā,f.(Lat.gloria) glory: tainic ... gloiri mhor ┐
40indocbail..., Lism. L. 20 (=glōir, Thr. Hom. 2.22 ).gairm
gu ngloire(sic leg.), 4392 .an tan bhus léir dhamh do
ghlóire-se, TSh. 3970.

gloiriam xseegloriam.

? gloitiu: indns. and meaning uncertain;used in ref. to ashield:
45 go rug air ghloitinn a sgéithe, Ériu i 87 § 33 n. 6 . Seeglotta.

glólethar n bright(?) (polished?)leather: clarchris ... glaeta
glolet[h]air, CCath. 5227 .sciath ... sarcengailti do sechedaib
glæta gloleathair, TTebe 2695 ..uii. seicheda glaeta gleó-
leathair, BB 436a14 .

50 glomar n o,m.; alsoā,f.(?)a s. glomair; (a)abridle-bit: a
gilla glomhuir his bridle-gilly(i.e.his horseboy), Laws ii
26.5 Comm. o fiur glomair from his bridle-man, Hib. Min.
p. 70.21 .Ugadarc mo gilla glomar, Aisl. MC 81.9 .ceatra
cet gilla nglomhair, RC xliii 116.12 .ar eoch ṅgiurr
55glumuir on a bridled gelding(?), BColm. 90.16 .uanfad a
glomraib srían, TBC 698 ; 5625 St.fri glomraib uanfadacha
na n-ech, LB 152b33 .doróni ... glomra srian ... dib, 233b15 .
ic foṡeinm a nglomar jingling their bridle-bits, CCath. 4960 .
co h-Inis nGlais na nglomor, Met. Dinds. iii 372.94 .Fig.
60 is leam ... | eolas dind Laigen gu leir : | geibidh mar dlus grind
gan glomhair | mo rus o Lind Tomair trein unbridled (?),
Ériu x 81 § 53.
(b)themuzzleorsnout(of an animal) : nocomailtea an is
dech da mbiadhaib fo ghin ┐ ghlomhar dhó(of an idol),
65 Marco P. § 37 .cu rosdúin a glomar(of a dog)it closed his
jaw
, Acall. 1914 .rofhosclastair glomair na chræs ... batar
aicci(of Cerberus), TTebe 602 .glomar a crais co tri teng-
thaib tendtidi(of a serpent), 2064 .tuc beim da glomraib ...
cuige, 52 .Fig. dorinne glomhar garbh gáire ionnus go
70bhféadfaidhe a ionathar uile d'áireamh a rough open-jawed (?)
laugh, ITS i 66.23 . As fictitiousnpr m.:Glómhar mac Glais,
mic Glomraide, SG 238.17 .
Compds. ¤ cenn bridle-bit,muzzle-head: uiblech tened ...
tatnit a cróes glomarchind from his bridle-bitted jaws, FB
75 49 .Cf. dar craes a globarchind, LL 189a22 .Na roised
braenscoid na conaire ┐ glomarchind (v.l.glomraidhi) na
hechraidi, Acall. 3868 . ¤ cennsa bridle-tame: sriangair a
n-graigi ... n-glomar-chennsa, MR 192.6 .

glommach adj(gloimm?)o,ā resounding(?) : lúirechthre-
80braid ... treinglommach, TTr.² 999.

glommaid v(gloimm) barks,yelps: rathaigid in t-archu in
mac ṁ-bec ocus glomais fair, TBC 1020 .no ghlomhadh in
brodchú asind earsaind frisintí no teigheadh tairsi,used to
bark from the door-post
, Ir. Arch. Soc. i 21.1 .nochtaiss ┐
85glomaiss a draint fhiacla, Fl. Earls 136.26 .

glomrach adj(glomar)o,ā bridle-bitted: ní rucam lind ar crod
cain | iar ndíth ar ngrega glomraig`our bridle horses,' Met.
Dinds. iv 64.99 .