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graifnech adj(grafand)o,ā fondofhorse-racing;as anoun
arider: graiphnech Cruachan, ZCP xii 234.9 .ba graiffnech
ar Femen-maig, Met. Dinds. iii 202.32 .gid gāeth, gid grinn,
gid graifnech, | in lāech cid finn, cidh feithmech, ZCP vii
299.1 .ech ... Taidg ghil ghraifnig, O'Gr. Cat. 488.13. As
npr m. Graiphnech, AU i 194.2 .

5 1 graifnid n(grafand)i,m. graifnidh Tailten telglaine`master
of the games of the fair-hilled Tailtin
,' FM i 524.17(an.876).

2 graifnid v(grafand) races:graibnid (graifnidv.l.) in slóg
iar Maig Mon, Im. Br. i 13 § 23.

3 graifnid v(1 graif) writes: luadaid fri gaetha graifnes`name
10ye among the wise him who writes of it
,' Met. Dinds. iv 240.14 .

graig, n i,n.; laterm.andf. IGT Decl. § 45 . horses(coll.):
maith graig (groidh, MS)dorat damh rem lá, Arch. iii 304
III § 3 .co ro hairmither ... feur fo cossaib greghae ┐ groigh
Meic Lir la maur-anfini(sic) `till the blades of grass under
15horses' feet be counted, and the horses of the Son of Ler in a
sea-storm
,' RC xii 104.14 , 15 .serrach da gach groigh, BNnÉ
265 § 230 .n p. nagraigi , Trip.² 496 .graighi ┐ alma bo
(graigtev.l.), Trip. i 303.1 .co téighdis groigthi ┐ imirgecha ar
in eighrid`so that studs and droves used to go on the ice,'
20 RC xviii 30.14 .g p. rī Laigen līn ngraidhe, ZCP viii 108.4 .
grēchach a ngreg aga nguin`the screams of their horses at
being wounded
,' ZCP i 366.15 .gan ghraifne greagh without
horse-racing
, Ériu viii 192.23 .gin coicill fheola dam ná
graighedh (graidhedh , MS), ZCP i 266.22 .bainni a ngroighedh
25┐ a lairthech`studs and mares,' ib. 23 .d p. cia noberthea itir
graigib hErind`though it had been brought among the studs of
Ireland
,' Ériu v 30.14 .d'eachraidh áloinn ... ┐ do greghoip
... dognī eachraidh mór do na Rōmhānchaibh, Fl. Earls
182.14 . ?atá Temhair gan a tuar, atá fo gredhaibh a gael,
30 Arch. iii 304 III § 6 .Fig. groigh Meic Lir the horses of
Mac Lir
(a kenning forwaves), RC xii 104 § 148 . Of a single
horse :minic leis aisdear ar groigh (groidh, MS), ZCP viii
228.14 .ar mhuin groighe duinn, IGT Decl. ex. 1249 . Of
persons :is e lín in grega glaen | claenne Eua acus Adaim,
35 MacCarthy 26.4 .

gráig-baile n ahamlet, avillage: do ráinig go gráig-bhaile
mor, GJ iv 110.10 .Cf. grágán.

graigech adj(graig)o,ā richinhorses: Niall na ṅgiall(sicMS)
ngraigech, Arch. Hib. ii 50 § 33 .a chrāobh chūlchas groid-
40heach Ghrēg, IGT Decl. ex. 1059 .coimhidhigh chlāir groi-
ghigh Grēg, IGT Decl. ex. 832 .an clár ubhlach groigheach
glan, DDána 66.z .do ghríbh ghroighigh Chua, 79.23 .

graigechda adj(graigech)io,iā richinhorses: niba glorach
graigechda | luarda co lerggaib lasrach(of the world before
45its final destruction), SR 8185.

graimm n grip , seegreimm.

1 gráin n f. IGT Decl. § 14. (a) awfulness: i ndiad inna
fersae hi tadbadar a graín fo chosmailius inna ríg talmandae
after the verses in which His awfulness is shown, Ml. 40c22 .
50 cachla fers and di adhuath ┐ gráin, ib. 40c16 .ar gráin ┐ ar
ecla ┐ ar úamun Conculaind, TBC 1608 .cainiu di ḟlaithib
in domuin ... eter urud ┐ gráin, ib. 5172 .soid a grád ┐ a
gráin for cūlu, ZCP xi 86 § 45 .grāin lium do loscud m'anma,
Arch. iii 245 § 33 .do chur graine ┐ geinedechta is in n-gilla,
55 MR 178.5 .grāin ríg cōigcid for fer a inaitt dogrēs`every
successor of his should be dreaded like the king of a province
,'
BColm. 88.8 .
(b) loathsomeness, anobjectofloathingorhorror: ri úath-
gráin mo gnusi, LU 10276 .grāin cach āenfir iarna ēc, Arch.
60 iii 239 § 23 .ba grain tra a tuarascbail na cailligi`loathsome,
in sooth, was the hag's appearance
,' RC xxiv 196.z .is ar
gráin in pheccaid-sin docuired aithne ar leith fair, PH 7767 .
tancatar da nathraigh chucu ... co ngrain n-adhuathmair,
Aen. 487 .in gráin atchess duit arm' gnúis, Ériu iv 106.3 .
65 gráin catha ar mo cheann-aghaidh the fearsomeness of battle,
Content. xxiii 15.
(c) terror,horror: grāingraece pauor interpretatur ,
O'Mulc. 630 .tromda int erfuath ┐ is mōr in grāin donucsad
forru, TBC² 3197 .romain ar grāin garganfod, Otia ii 83
70§ 10 .fa mba tre fochaid co ngrāin, ZCP x 46 § 11 .rosgab
grain ┐ eclai iat, PH 975 .rom-dhealb grain ┐ egla ┐ omon,
Aen. 532 .a Ghoill go ngráin, Celt. Rev. x 139.12 .abradh
fris co na tardad(viz.the ghost of Fergus)gráin na hirḟūath
leis ina dochum, Arch. iii 5.8 .g. ¤ re horrorat : fer is mo
75gráin do gabhuir | a ló n-áig re n-urcharuib`the one who is
found most terrified at shots on the day of slaughter
,' Ériu
iv 214 § 11 .is móidi a gráin re a ngothaib`his horror at their
censures is all the greater,'
ib. 216 § 13 .cia an duine ... nach
géabhadh gráin rompa iar na gclos ?(=quis ... talia sciens
80non contremiscat), TSh. 6752 ; 8553 .curaidh gan ghrāin re
nguasocht, DDána 102.2 .
Compd.ba búan-léir gairbe grán-áig`famous ... the fierce-
ness of the horrid fight
,' Met. Dinds. ii 46.24 .
(d) loathing,aversion: an lucht leis nach gráin ... na
85truaigh do fhodhbhadh ┐ do chrechad, RC xxv 392.21 .
With prep.ar:o tharla in gráin-si er in adaltras, PH 7794 .
lán do dhēistin ┐ do ghráin ar ainmhianaibh eisionnraca na
hóige, TSh. 8555 .a ghráin ar an bpecadh(of the Deity),
Parrth. an Anma 85.16 .bíodh gráin agaibh ar an olc, Rom.
xii 9 .fionghal ná feall | ná ní ar a mbeith grainc ná gráin,
Dánta Gr.² 4.10 .gaibid gráin re0 (laterle) repulsion seizes
... at : rosgab crith ┐ grain re gnúis diabuil, MacCarthy
5 66.16 .a duine nād gabad grāin | re nduine ar scarad re
scēim, Arch. iii 237 § 14 .gráin ag gabháil an dairbh dháoil |
le hanáil t'airm, a Amhlaíbh, IGT Decl. ex. 1921.