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gnóaigid v(gnódhaigid,gnóthaigid) denom. of2 gnó. IIntrans.
(a) works,labours: imp. gnóthaig as mo gnáthaib
70`busy thyself with my wonted arts' (?), Met. Dinds. iv 72.64 .
Withdo(ar) works for,serves: ? na hiarr ni na saoilfithea
doghonochas duit, Ériu v 126 § 14 .cinnus do ghnodhaidh
(sic leg.?-adh, MS)do crodhachta don Fraingc?, RC xix
266 ( Fier. § 183 ).gidh mó do ghnóthuigh Mac Liag ... ar
75Brian | ná sibh-se ar chineadh Cais`...did greater service to
Brian
,' Content. xvi § 136 .
(b) achieves,succeeds,wins: rí Sagsan do thecht in Érinn
┐ ní ra gnoig a bec in Érinn, AI 338.20 .gnodhaighit ...
Laitinta ┐ dichuirit ar culu na Troianu, Aen. 2814 .cinnas
80do gnodhaighebur? how have ye succeeded? RC xix 136
( Fier. § 106 ).gnoeōchaidh a leas his luck will succeed, ZCP
x 223.17 .
IITrans. (a) earns,acquires: cred do ghnoaigheabhair
(gnodabur-siv.l.) ó shin?, ITS xix 102.w .gnodhaidhim a[n]
85cathughudh I gain the battle, RC xix 38 ( Fier. § 47 ).an uile
chrabhadh lear ghnothughadar an choróin, ZCP iv 444.23 .
an ní sin do gnoaighes o Día, BCC § 357 (404.25) .an
té ghnodhuighios anmanna, Prov. xi 30 .gnóthaigh ó'n
Róímh | deispionsáid procure ... a dispensation, O'Gr. Cat.
593.1. TD 33.7 .
(b) profits,avails(?): as olc rom gnoaig se ill has this
profited me
, TBC 2500 (St.) =ronmarg-sa(LL).Vn.
5 gnóugud,q.v.

(?)gnoaithech: ind Goth gort Gailian gnoaithech, LL 386a7 .

Gnoan o,npr m.:g s. Feis TighiGnoain , Anecd. ii 45.3 .

gnóbla n one of thetwelve landmarksthatdefineaboundary ,
Laws iv 142.10 Comm. ; ib. y Comm.

10 1 gnod n apoint, atip: gnod .i.a cono (cano , MS)conum est
summa pars galeae, O'Mulc. 671 .gno[d] (gnov.l.) is rinn,
Met. Gl. 22 § 75 . ?scoiltis a luirg co robadar tri gnuidh do
lea[th]-scoilteach les, IT iii 196 § 39.

2 gnod n acup(?): g s. cnó gnae ... lán gnoidh (.i. coidh) dib,
15 O'C. 1009 ( H.3.18,p. 429a ).

?3 gnod: ind adchíat uaidib ... gnodh amal én ṅgel`ashape ,'
RC x 80 § 33.

? gnodaig: ind conid aen indsaig cach glas gnodaig gairg
(seems to mean some hurt or blow more serious than a
20`bánbéim' or `cnocbéim'), Laws iii 536.19 (gl....indsaigter
in cach gnougadh no in cach fogail donither tre feirg, 538.21
Comm. ).

gnódaigid xseegnóaigid.

gnódhachadh xseegnóugud.

25 gnód(h)aige xseegnóugud.

gnóe (later:gnó,gnáe,gnaí; Mod. Ir.gnaoi). adj I io,iā (a)
beautiful,fine,exquisite: gnoe .i. ségda, LU 8905 .gnóe ...
cech sēgda, Corm. Y 693 .[g]no[e] .i. airdirc nó aibind, O'Dav.
1023 .gnaoi .i. aoibhinn, O'Cl. i mbith gnóu (gnó, gnoe, gnae,
30 v.ll.) in the beautiful world, Im. Br. i § 51 .i tig Garbhāin bid
gnōe, Corm. Y 661 .fo bafis gnae no aibind according to
the pleasant or delightful knowledge
, Laws iv 18.6 Comm. Cf.
iii 24.23 Comm. comal ngnaoi(chev.), TFrag. 48.9 .go
mór-ghnaoi, Keat. i 114.23 . Used esp. of rare or exotic
35objects:cnó gnóe some kind of foreign nut(coco-nut ?)the
shell of which was used as a vessel
. Included among `gaillite
tacair,' Laws v 220.23 Comm. Cf. ib. 406.22 , 25 ; 408.12 .
Corm. Y 693 . O'Dav. 539 .fiacail gnaei(whalebone ?), Laws
v 250.4 (gl. .i. fiacail in mil moir, 14 ).
40(b) illustrious,noteworthy(?): [g]no[e] .i. airdirc, O'Dav.
1023 ;gno .i. airrdric, Lec. Gl. 31 .gnó .i. oirdheirc, O'Cl. n
II iā,f. gnaí fem., IGT Decl. §§ 98 , 99 . (a) beauty,
delightfulness;charm(?) : fil fid fo mess i mbí gnóe, Im. Br. i
§ 42 .tre bithu gnoe`through beautiful ages' (ora p.of adj. ?),
45 § 6 .ro ás gnóe móir in n-ingin, LU 3161 ( RC ii 88.24 ).dá
ṡúil in Grégaig co ngnái, Anecd. i 36 § 90 .tria gáine ngnó
`through delight of her beauty,' Met. Dinds. iii 8.1 .co sáer-
gnó`noble of mien,' 270.18 (but see glossary).co mór-
gnaí, iv 1884.42 .fo gnoí (gne, gnaiv.ll.) glain, 76.3 .Cuan
50Baoi ... | fá ghnaoi fhairsing fhíonchabhlaigh. Top. Poems²
1284 .m'eich-si ... is ferrdi a n-gnai, MR 82.12 .na slatuibh
uile ar aonghnaoi'scions all alike in grace,' Arch. Hib. i 90
§ v .ar ghnaoi ghréasa, Studies 1923, 422 § 5 .chugad ... is
breághtha dath agus gnaoi, Oss. iv 24.6 .fer coimhéid do
55ghnaí Geróid guardian of G.'s charm(?), IGT Decl. ex. 1011 ;
749 .pl. Gormlaith na ngnaí ṅgnáth of the well-known
attractions (?
), LL 141a39 . In modern poets passes from
meaning `beauty of countenance' to `countenance,' see Dinneen
s.v. gnaoi .
60(b) delight,pleasure: eter gnai ┐ glór is gen, AU ii 520.16
(an.1365).atā colum ... ālaind | againd ... mōidi ar ngnāi,
Arch. iii 242 § 10 .más gnaoi leat d'fhághail if thou desirest
to get it
, Oss. iv 74.4 .fuair gnaoi ní gnaoi as nar theannta
`she hath won love to be relied on,' DDána 99 § 11 .ní dona
65mnáibh glioca amháin | dobheirim fós grádh nó gnaoi,
Dánta Gr. xxxvi 42.
(c) distinction,fame: Mugna moo gnoe .i. moo báiscnib
`greatest of all noteworthy things,' Dinds. 34 ( RC xv ).dofhuair
gnai ... go mblad, MacCarthy 310 § 4 .mairidh gnaoi an
70glaicleabair gloin | on Traoi taitnemaigh tredaig(of Alex-
ander), ZCP ii 350.29 .roleath a ngnai sund gu sal | fria
foglaim gaiscidh, BB 91b32 .téid gnaoi don fhlaith as a los
the chief's honour by it is forfeited, A. Ó Dálaigh l 9 .méaraidh
a ghlóir is a ghnaoi, Dán Dé xxvi 40 .béim dá ghnaoi
75`a reproach to his fame,' Content. xxiv 19.
(d) knowledge,information(?): finta dún | ... ol at eōla
ecna uill, | ol at cana gnoe grind, LL 7406.
(e) Asnpr m. Gnoe mac Blai, Rawl. 160a29 .mac Gnai
meic Meic Eirc, BB 196c18 .

80 gnoíech adj(gnóe)o,ā comely,charming: ben ghnóiech, Cóir
An. § 133 .ingean gnaitheach, BB 18b39 . See alsognóach.

gnoissecda adj io,iā Gnossian(i.e.Cretan): boga garb-chuar
Gnoisecda, TTebe 2498 .

gnóthaigech adj o,ā busy: mar bhí ... gnothuigheach annso
85┐ annsúd, 1 Kings xx 40.

gnóthugudh xseegnóugud.

gnóugud n(gnóthugud)u,m. (a) Asvn.ofgnóaigid winning,
acquiring: espucoid Daire ... arna gnothughudh cuige ... o
Roim, AU iii 304.17 .epscopoitte Rátha both do ghnóughadh
dochum úi Ghallchobhair, FM iv 846.12 ;cf. 932.6 .an Sir
Tómas sin do ghnóughadh na hoiffici cédna baí aicce fein
roimhe sin performed the same office, vi 2040.2 . 1 Tim. vi 19 .
5 1 Cor. ix 20 .an Domhan uile do ghnódhughadh, Donlevy
104.12 .le rún gnódhughadh air(of the Catechism)to benefit
by it
, 4 .g s. chum gnouighthe glóire ar dtighearna, 2 Thess.
ii 14.
(b) business,affair,errand: co ndechar-sa re gnothugudh,
10 ZCP vi 54.24 .gnodugud mo tiagerna, RC xix 136 ( Fier.
§ 108 ); 258 ( Fier. § 171 ).g s. Luke ii 49 .pl. na gnoaighte
ima tancutar the business..., ZCP iii 546.27 ( BCC § 43 ).
arn[a] gnothaidib cuirim libh, RC xix 132 ( Fier. § 102 ).
dochúaidh ... lena ghnouighibh fein went about its own busi-
15ness
, BNnÉ 70 § 119 .do ní ... a ghnothuighe ré heólus
`he dealeth with knowledge,' Prov. xiii 16 .an té doní gnoth-
uidhe Dé go mainneachtnach, Donlevy 432.2 .
(c) work,toil: in sechtmad la deg, is olc gach uile gnodh-
achadh do dhenadh ann, C iv 2,10r10 .