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2 gáeth n ā,f.O.I.gaíth wind: is acher in gaíth innocht,
Thes. ii 290.1 .an durinfid gaith when the wind had blown,
45 Ml. 96c4 .cloi gaithe, gl.turbo, Sg. 93a4 .cid gáithe
(gaethev.l.) déne, Hymns ii 39. for láim deis ... don prím-
gaíd, Bcr. 19c2 ( Thes. ii 13.31 ). Ml. 67d9 .it anman aier
níuil ┐ gaitha, 120d11 .Ri roordaig ocht ṅgaetha, SR 45 .
rodelb ... na hocht ngaetha, Laws i 26.27 Comm. cairm
50itat adbai na ṅgaeth, SR 7941 . For colours of winds see
53 - 80 and Laws i 26 .goíth imómain`wind of terror' (?), LU
7446 ( BDD 101b ).ic lécud gáithi ┐ grene fóe letting wind and
sun play on him
, TBC 1702 .ba samalta ... ra sidi répgaithi
erraig, 3382 .lúathidir gaíth n-erraig, LU 3809 ( SC § 37 ).
55 Cog. 182.7 .grian d' a loscud ┐ gaeth do dula úad(a curse),
RC xiii 52 § 40 .ar toirling da each ac ligen gaíthe futhi
letting it get wind, xix 262 (Fier.).in feidm rothógad-san ara
gualainn ní fuigthi a Temraig nech dobered gáoth eter hé ┐
lar ... anyone who could lift it high enough to let wind blow
60between it and the ground
, ZCP xiii 199 § 11 .Cf. FB 26 .
athach gáithe, IT i 131.4 .tri fuasnad ... ngoithe, PH 4117 .
Cog. 182.13 .goeth di muir Muiredach, Rawl. 116a48 ( Ält.
Ir. Dicht. i 29 § 24 ).ingen gáithe. i. blogh don gaith.i. in
anal(a kenning), O'Dav. 1097 .gairm i n-agidh gaíthi(of a
65fruitless undertaking), ZCP iv 469 § 20 .d' eirigh gaoth idir
dá sgód orrainn(i.e.a favourable wind), ITS i 24.9 (see RC
xxxix 194 ).iarna fogluasacht don maeth-gáith moved by the
soft wind
, TFerbe 75 .ic lánṡeolad ri leth-gaethaib, LL
236a34 ( TTr. 1431 ).goetha luatha loisctecha, IT i 190.27 .
70 ar neimhibh na ngaeth`against the poisons of the winds,'
Ériu iv 236 § 7 . TTebe 228 .teach ... tre nach cuireann
gaoth ghlór, DDána 119.25 .coilech gaithe a weather-cock,
Ir. Gl. 510 .gaoth ghuairdeáin awhirlwind , Celtica i 379 .
gáeth rúadh ablasting , 1 Kings viii 37 .gruaimín gaoithe
75(?), 23 G 24,239.25 (Aodh mac Cuirtín).Gobha Gaoithe
(npr m.), Oss. iv 20.19 .Fig. a cholann Iosa fhuair gaoith ...
that received the breath of life, Dán Dé xxvi 24 .gaoth na
glóire díomhaoine, TSh. 878 .gaoth no sbiorad eigin phriobh-
aideach, Luc. Fid. 292 .téit re gaíth goes mad(lit. goes with
80the wind) :co ndeachaigh re gaith ┐ re gealtacht, CF 317 .
can tocht re gaith, Cog. 182.22 .Cf. madra gaíthe amad dog:
e féin do ṡeachnadh ar mhadraibh gaoithe(transl. Spanish
`can rabiosa'), Corp. Astron. 134 . (Calamentum)a thabhairt
... don duine ghearras madradh gáoithe ... ┐ fóiridh iad,
85 23 K 42,380.13 .
Compds. ¤ buadartha wind-tossed: is gaoth-bhuadhartha
geimhre[adh], Todd iv 62.2 . ¤ garg(?)fierce as the wind (?) :
airi raloisc Hercoil ard | daig rogab galar gaethgarg, LL
143b28 ;cf. galar garbgaeth` sharp disease ,' 127a38
( MacCarthy 150.10 ). ¤ méide` wind-swept gullies ,' O'Gr. Cat.
459.10 . ¤ muir awindy sea: go ttille an ghaothmhuir a
geóin, Studies 1921, 74.4 . ¤ rian a stormy sea, Met. Dinds. ii 38 .
5 ¤ ṡluagh the fairy host(coming on the wind) :re gredhain
gaethsluaigh, Acall. 938 n . ¤ ṡnechta wind-drifted snow:
garbha gáoithṡnechta, Buile Ṡ. 90 § 45 ( Buile Ṡ.² 1361 ).

3 gáeth n m.andf.(?)thesea, astream, anestuary .gáoth .i.
fairrge, Eg. Gl. 374 . O'Cl. gaeth .i. muir, H.3.18,468 .
10 gaoth a shallow stream into which the tide flows and which is
fordable at low water
, O'Don. Suppl. `gaoth(f.)a stream left
at low water
,' Coneys .ros-gab ecla dar gæth ṅglass, Ériu vii
224 § 39 .tar gaith glais ba trom a tress, O'C. 1180 - 1
( H.3.18,468 ),cf. Met. Dinds. ii 38.30 n .Ainm di Libia on
15gaeth grinn nodasitlenn, Rawl. 78a38 =on gáeith grind LL
135b48 ( Trans. RIA 2 Ser. ii 238 ).cor' baidead Aed ruad 'con
gaith, Met. Dinds. iv 8.35 .andsom gobél gáeth a `gáeth'
is most troublesome in a strait
, Tec. Corm. § 17 .is desin atá in
gáeth glan | loch maic Maireda Muman, Met. Dinds. iv 68.151 .
20 ro ba tarcasal mara ... ar cruadh-ghaethaibh caladh, MR 288 .
ag gaoth an chairrgín the inlet of Carrigin(a place-name)
FM iii 122.13 . See also MR 288 . O'Don. Suppl.

4 gáeth n stealth(?) : mná gáoithe .i. mná do ní gadaigheacht
no millteanas gan fios,s.v.gaoth .i. táidhe, O'Cl.

25 gáethach adj(2 gáeth)o,ā windy: errach tírim gaīthach
(gaethachLL), ZCP xi 82 § 25 . Tec. Corm. § 36 .gabél
gǽthach, CRR 10.2 .ón tsín gáethaigh, IGT Decl. ex. 646 .
indsi fuara garba goethacha, FA 30 (LB) ( IT i 190.31 ).
TTebe 611 . FM i 384.7 .

30 gáethaire n avent: fíon ag nach bí gáothaire, Job xxxii 19.

gáethamlacht n(2 gáeth)ā,f.(med.) flatulence: innarbaidh
in gh. ¤ bís annsa ghaili, O'Gr. Cat. 228.22.

gáethe n(1 gáeth)iā,f. cleverness: `Étáin ... atrúal (.i. rofhu-
laing) mór ngaibhthi' ... la gaethi (.i. la glicus) F., ZCP v
35524.23 .

gáethlach n(3 gáeth)amarsh, aswamp. d s. isingoithluch
fudumain(gl.profunda palude), Ml. 33c3 .d p. lam deas ri
gǽthlaigib lethnaib Lerna(=stagna, Theb. i 385 ), TTebe
322 . Gen.n. l. Paludes (Maeoticae):cosna gáethlaighib
40Meotacdaib, TTr.² 614 .rogabsat ... Gædil isna Gæthlaigib,
LL 131a3 ( Trip. ii 532.16 ).na cineda aitrebat ic na Gaetlaighib
Meotonda, CCath. 1597 . Todd Nenn. 236.7 .a p. gabsat
iarsin na gæthlaige Meotecda, LL 3a18 . ?nochu chian
nach gaethlaigi(of water ;cechlaighi, Fr.) Acall. 4569.

45 gáethlachde adj(gáethlach)io,iā góithlachde(gl.paluster), Sg.
54b5 .

gáethmairecht n(gáethmar)ā,f.(med.) flatulence: dorchadus
an radairc tic ó gaethmairecht, O'Gr. Cat. 186.4. gaethma-
racht, 193.13 .

50 gáethmar adj(2 gáeth)o,ā windy,tempestuous: gaethmargl.
ventosus, Ir. Gl. 646 .biad gaethmar`windy food,' O'Gr. Cat.
194 § 65 .Sechnad gach uile ni gaethmar, Irish Texts v 80.40 .
geimreadh gaothmar glé, Ériu iii 148, § 4 .

gáethrad n(2 gáeth?) fluttering(?) : gaothradh fanning,win-
55nowing , O'R. síoda is sróll go leór ar gaethradh, GJ 1905,
715.116 .gaothradh na n-eang n-allmhardha, TD 4.33 .

gáethrige n(1 gáeth?) craft,subtlety(?) : conderna fúath ind fir
de | co lúath inna gaethrige, SR 5978 (= 1 Sam. xix 13 ).

gafann n ā,f. henbane: manip gaffand attibis, LL 316a30 .
60 ysica .i. gafand, Arch. i 336, no. 121 .gaphann .i. bīad-guin
.i. bīad gonus amal gāi, O'Mulc. 613 . caniculata.i. an
gathfann, 23 K 42,387.5 .ola ... na gafainne, O'Gr. Cat.
178.32 .na cúig méir sin is seirbhe ná an gafann, Measgra D.
67.9 .gur sa ghafann (: tamall) fuair a úthairt, Measgra D.
65 66.z . As a fictitious name,o,m.:Aithne dhamh geinealach
Ghafainn, ib. 67.15 .Gafand .i. sann .i.nomensasta .i.
anland tarsand, O'Mulc. 612.

gág n acleft, achink; acrackorchapon the skin. Cf. gac ...
scisio , O'Mulc. 607 .sugh uinneamhain ┐ blonoc circi ...
70fóiridh na gaga, 23 K 42,347.15 .Cf. ceilion do laoimhne
grís is gága, Mid. Court(Stern)398 . As epithet:v s. a bhengág,
thou wrinkled woman ! Buile Ṡ. 86.28 ( Buile Ṡ.² 1311 ).a
fionnghág, 25 ( Buile Ṡ.² 1308 ).

gágach adj(gág)o,ā full ofchinks;crackedorchapped(of the
75skin) : Leaburcam ... crubach gagach, BB 257b26 = YBL.
177a33 .

gágaige n(gágach)thestateof havingcracksorchips: tolgaighe
┐ gagughi do umha(two of the radical defects,i.e. `galair
bunaidh'of copper), O'C. 1103 ( H.3.18,447b ) =gagaidhe,
80 O'D. 803 ( H.3.17, c.576 ).

1 gagar xseegadar.

2 gagar n some kind ofvesselorcup(?) : tricha coppán argit ┐
tricha coppán créduma ocus cethracha gagar, TFerbe 406
( LL 256b1 ).

85 gaibél xseegobél.

gaibélach adj(quantity of `e' doubtful. Compd. ofgae+bélach?)
sharp-spoken(?) : Leaburcam gearanach gaibhelach osna-
dach ecainteach, BB 257b28 = YBL 177a35 .