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? 4 grith n u,m.:dognither gríth(omit ?)gretha do glan-
fothrucud dóib(Vorbereitung ... zu einem reinen Bade,
Wind.), TFerbe 84 .doronait gretha glanfothraicthi leo,
CRR 24 .dorónait gretha glan-fothraicthe dóib, RC xiv
416.5 ( LL 109b41 ).no ḟoibrigti ... a grethaib gleorda
glanusci ┐ a sruthlintibh... `in bright baths of clear water'
5(of tempering armour), CCath. 5220 . If the meaning
preparation suggested by Wind. in first ex. be right, the word
has passed into a concrete sense in CCath. 5220 .Cf. Fél.
Jan. 25 and Triads 99 , quoted1 grith (e), where the sense
may be similar. But seegretha.

10 grithaigidir v(1 grith) squeals: ni grithaidter muca,gl.
noca lecur gritiugud dona mucaib, Ériu xii 48.15 ( Bretha
Crólige § 61 ).

? grithnugud n u,m.=grithugud(?) :oc aicsin in diub-
raicthe sin ┐ in grithnaighthe sin do breth for Eicsi, Anecd.
15 ii 54.4 .

grithugud u,m.(vn.ofgrithaigidir,q.v.) crying out,squealing:
ní hé ar cara budh āil lind do thachar riu, uair is g. ¤ áil
aenmuicce leo`they have the "grunting of a single pig's
brood,"
' Acall. 6734 (evidently a prov. saying,cf. 1 grith (e)).
20 co gcualatar grifhugud na mucc mmon gcuas`heard the
grunting of the swine
,' RC xxii 390 , BDD App. § 5.

griuan n( plant-name ) : Marubium l. prasium.i. griuan .i.
griuan .i. oghradach, Arch. i 333 § 25 . Crocus ecolicanus uel
colica foetida idem .i. griuans.i. liathlus .i. lus na mucc,ib.
25 335 § 70 .

1 gríuin ind .i. cined, Stowe Gl. 416 .griun .i. cinead, Lec. Gl.
443 .grúan .i. cinead, ib. 254 M .

? 2 gríuin: ind co ṅ-gabail iṅgni sebaicc co forgabáil iṅgne
griúin ar cach n-ái fo leith díb, TBC 2725 .griun .i. grainéog,
30 O'Cl.

groc: ind grog .i. gruag. grog dub .i. grúag dhubh, no grú-
gánach, no grúamdha, O'Cl. Seegruc.

gróesda adj gross,obscene: nar labhruis briathra graosda, Mac
Aingil 283.9 .éinní dh'éisdeacht do bhriathraibh graosta,
35 Desid. 1100 ; vocab.

Grogin pn(name of abull ) :tarb robói aici ┐ nocha ferr leis
beith ar búaib nā ar graigib Maelsechlainn, conid de sin
atberthea Grogīn friss, BColm. 38.31 .

groipín n avessel(?), ameasureof some kind :`a small dry
40measure
,' P. O'C. cronnóg [nó groibín], Eochairsg. 68.20 .
ar na cronnógaibh (no groibínibh), ib. 69.2 .

gróma n satire: groma .i. aer, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 24 = Corm. Y 694
(grómma).

grómaid v satirises,mocksat : fut. 1 s. gromfa immon nglas
45gabail ; glamfa iman nglaim ndigend ; aerfa im an lan
air, Laws iii 92.11 .gromfa .i. aerfa, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 24 =
Corm. Y 694 .grōmfa grōmfa, glāmfa, glāmfa, aerfa aerfa,
Arch. iii 297 § 47 .vn. fa ma roluinne fria ngrōmadh |
gusnaib glāmaibh, ib. 294 § 3 . See also ZCP ix 183.

50 gron n astain,spot,blemish , O'R. biaidh an ecclas Dhe fó
ghron, | is bíaidh an tír gan toradh, BNnÉ 255.35

? grond n afirebrand: g. ¤ .i. gae no gorn .i. gái-orn ... .i.
aithinde, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 23 .pl. immicuiretar gruind (no
guirn) gair ┐ araile,ib.See alsogorn.

55 ? gróntach: ind do bruith chuigni fa chlochaibh | do gruigni
do gróntachaib, IGT Decl. ex. 63.

grot adj I quick,active,hasty: do bruchtdhoirtedar na catha
... co grod ┐ gu garb ┐ co gaibhtheach, CF 730 .ēirig-si
roim cach go grott, ZCP vi 272 § 7 .nā dēna fāisdine grod
60`do not make a hurried confession,' vii 301 § 7 .trí céd láoch
go ngniom ngrod of swift deed, Duan. Finn ii 20 § 4 .níor
bheithte trá ro-ghrod rum`people should not be too hasty
with me
,' Content. x § 28 .imthigh go grod, Studies 1922,
80 § 1 .Superl. gruidem dal .i. fraech, Anecd. iii 43.24 .ar
65ti fillte go grod tar a n-ais(=post non longum tempus
reversuri), Keat. ii 6124 .go grod i ndiaidh báis Choluim-
cille`shortly after...,' Keat. i 80.89 .as a n-aibeoram go
grod presently, Luc. Fid. 187.13 .na déna banais ... ó thús
Adueint go grod go da la .x. d'éis Nodhlog, Mac Aingil
70 272.6 .
II smart,sharp,piercing: seach ifreann ngarbh ngrod,
ZCP vi 270.2 .is grod an mhairg d'fhearaibh Éirionn |
oscuilt chneadh ar dhreagan Déirdre, Ó Bruad. i 52.1 . Of
the winds :in gaeth grod gailbech, Acall. 3642 n .gaotha
75géara grodneimhneacha, ITS i 132.32 .
III bitter,sour: gruiten .i. groitsean seach is sean is
grot .i. is goirt, or grot cach ṅguirt,unde diciturgroitmess
.i. goirtmess, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 24 (s.v. gruiten) = Corm. Y 692 .
`grod .i. gort, sour,tart .groidmeas bitter fruit, musty,
80rotten fruit
,' P. O'C. grod rotten , MacBain .
Compds. ¤ airlam:dothoitedar na geimlecha co grod-
urrlum de instantly, ZCP vi 287.10 . ¤ athlamh:tuguibhsi
an adbhansa go glésda gradathlamh, Rel. Celt. ii 190.36 .
¤ écnech precipitate: an ghairbh-iachtach ghāibhtheach
85ghroid-ēigneach chuirid asta, TSh. 6705 . ¤ fhoclach of
hasty words,voluble: iomdha ann ... glámh garbh-ghothach
greadhnach grod-fhoclach, ib. 6626 . ¤ greas quick bout:
grod-greasa gaibnige le h-ordaibh, MR 238.7 . ¤ luamain
flitting about: gair-ghlór ┐ grod-luamhain na ngruagach
rompa ann, Todd iv 70.25 ( CRR² 18 ). ¤ mire:re gruam-
dacht ┐ re grodmire na nGaedal, MR 230.11 . ¤ píanad:
ar an mbróin ngeimhligh ngiall bhíos 'gá ngroid-phianadh
5ann, TSh. 6684 . ¤ spairn:ón ghrod-spairn sin re chéile,
ib. 6646 .