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gáibthech adj(:gábud)o,ā (a) dangerous,terrible: doratsat ...
ammus gér gábthech for Grécu, TTr. 641 ( LL 226a2 ).gáib-
thech cech báeth, Tec. Corm. § 15.7 .co tuitet ... isin glend
n-gaibthech, FA § 22 .gāibthech anfud a ardtonn, ZCP x
70342 § 10. Keat. ii 1318 .a gríb in gascid gabthig, TFerbe
637 .is gáibthech ┐ is aicbéil, O'D. 1588 ( H.5.15,8a ).
clochalla glassa gaibtheacha`perilous rock-cliffs,' CCath.
3413. 5375 .dá chléith gháibhtheachta (leg-acha) ghéar-
fhaobhracha, ML 86.1 .galair gháibhtheacha an chuirp,
75 TSh. 7877 .romarbadh i cath gaifech fuilech sleibe G.,
BB 6a29 .
Compd. ¤ mór:léibhionna ... gáibthiochmhóra an fhairrge,
ML 48.8 .
(b) exposedtodanger; henceuneasy,anxious: donídís
80codladh goirid gaibhtheach a short, troubled sleep(transl.
`meagre'), Ériu v 90.25 .ba gaibthech, osnudach ... beatha
Didaine, Aen. 849.
(c) Of sounds bitter,terrible: co ccúaladh an gul gáibh-
theach gearanach, Ériu v 74.z .ra gol ind ingen ar sain co
85goirt ┐ co gábthech, TTr. 1946 ( LL 243a5 ).ro screch go
garg ┐ go gaibhtheach, ITS v 142.17 . TSh. 3908 , 6705 .da
ghadhar ... do labhradar go gáibhtheach ar lorg na muice
`impatiently,' Atlantis iv 172.12 .Cf. fad ghlaim gháibhthigh,
Content. xxiii § 12 .gol-gháirthe guirte gáibhtheacha,
TSh. 5574.

gáibthide adj(gábud)io,iā dangerous,exposedtodanger,uneasy:
cotlud gairit gāibthide, Ériu ii 56 § 6 .urṡnadmais na glac-
5doidi garga, gaibthige, MR 256.3 .

gáibthige n iā,f. terribleness,danger: re gaibthige a n-gaisce-
dach, MR 182.26 .ri gabthigi na ṅgon, TTr. 1758 ( LL 240b6 );
660 ( LL 226a26 ).ar a gaithbigi (leg. gáibthigi) ┐ ar a haicbeli
do a gabháil do láim, O'D. 1588 ( H.5.15,p. 8a ).

10 gaíde adj(gáe)io,iā armedwith aspear:gl.pilatus, Sg. 159b1 ;
gl.quiritis (quiris=curis) 57b5 .

gaide ?: ind mendan ac deol gabair gaide gotan (: cnocān),
IT iii 104 § 201.

gaídel x(and derivatives) seeGoídel.

15 gaidríne n(gadar)io,m.dimin.apuppy: trí cét gadhar ...
ocus dá cét gaidhrine (gaidhrínen), Acall. 193 .Cf.`gaidhrin,
a spaniel,' O'R.

gaigim ind(gáe?) gl.quiritor, Pcr. 59b2 ( Thes. ii 228 ). gl.hastas
colligo, Sg. 144b2 .

20 1 gail n d s. theconcave surfaceof ashield? : rothogaibh fein in
cenn ... ┐ docuir a ngail a sceith é, ZCP vi 60.5 Cf. 2 cail,
Contrib.

2 gail n(gaoil) :a s.?gin gaoil gin gin fogail, O'C. 2261 ( Eg. 88,
f. 19 (20)b ).gin gail gin fogail,ib. Cf. 3 gáel.

25 gaílaid xseegáelaid.

gaílaigid xseegáelaigid.

gailbech adj(gaillim a storm ?)o,ā stormy,tempestuous,fierce:
atuaid in dub gailbech, grach(of the North wind), SR 71 .
in gaeth gailbech guibelta, Acall. 383 .sidi gaithi géri
30galbigi, TFerbe 89 . TTr.² 851 .ria ndílind gailbig glúair,
LL 126b47 .in gáeth gailbhech (v.l.gailbtech), CC.1694 .
fri báig Saxan ngalbech ngand` violent ,' Met. Dinds. ii 36.18 .
co rob clog trāth in tenga-sa ... gid gēr gailbech abusive (?),
Arch. iii 234 § 9 .gemhel ghlúinech ghlas ghailbech, Studies
35 1920, 418.23 .

gailbige n(gailbech)iā,f. storminess,violence: loma is gail-
bhighe a ghaoithe(of hell), Dán Dé xxv 26 = IGT Decl. ex.
508 .do gobaib gorta galbigi`with fierce beaks of hunger,'
Aisl. MC 93.16 .

40 gaile n m. IGT Decl. § 2.36 . (a)thestomach:stomachum .i.
don gaile, Gild. Lor. 204 .dítin ... in gaile(gl.tege doliam),
219 . Muscus.i. billoga bis a ngaili ainmidhi, Arch. i 327.74 .
go mbíodh an fheoil ... ag maidhm as a ngailibh amach,
TFrag. 124.5 .do-níthear an céid-díleaghadh san ghoile,
45 TSh.² 1579 .cleacht beagán fíona ar son do ghaile, Tim. v 23 .
tairreonguidh a ghaile as, Lev. i 16.
(b) In wider sense belly,womb,bowels: copchaille gaile fo
cend a caul, Aisl. MC 122.35 .a lán am ghaile do ghrádh,
Rel. Celt ii 289.8 .ar eagla na meang ... bheith buan na ghoile,
50 Oss. vi 62.28 .

gaíle n iā,f. aspot, astain (in lit. and fig. sense).Uan ... cen
gaili ṅduib no temein, SR 3902 .al-loeg fo gaile cachta
(: caine), 5427 .cen goe, cen gaili (: daire), 3167 .co saibe
fo gaili gné cen noibi(of Saul), 6475 . 7599 .gen gaili oc
55airifitiud (: chain)(of David), 6058 .Rí cen gáeli (: náibe),
7421 .cen col ... cen gaile (: caíne), Snedgus u. MacR. § 53 .cen
pecadh, cen col, cen gaile [s.l.] ar cinadh, RC ix 22.20 .ní
ro-thecht Ísu nach ṅgaile chinad do pecud, PH 4825 .fírén
cen gáile cinad, 3932 .iarndóe ... ocus gaile for a gúalaind
60 a spot (?) on its shoulder, Trip. 46.31 =én find fora gualaind,
ib. 458.3 ( LB 27a42 ).d p. cen gailib gne (: cainib), SR 6487 .
Rí dosrat fo gailib gail | fo dairib, 7201 .

Gaileng, pnsobriquet ofCormacgreat-grandson ofOilill Ólum,
the eponymous ancestor of theGailenga,q.v. Cormac G. ¤
65 a quona ceithre Gailenga, H.3.18,42 ( Thr. Ir. Gl. xliv 29 ).
For fanciful etymologies of the name see ib. xliifoll.(from
H.3.18,42 ). Cóir Anm. 239 . As epithet treacherous?(cf.
ref. to etymologiessupra) :Druth gaileng cen indtliucht, IT
iii 85 § 83.

70 gailenga, nprob. orig.o-stem, butn p.in Mid. Ir.Gailenga.
Treated asn s. f.:Gaileanga Mhór, IGT Decl. § 152 . A
tribal name. SeeMac Neill,Early Irish Population Groups .
Given as `fortuatha Síl Cuind,' ib. § 123 ( H.3.17,774 ).
Mentioned with theLuigneas `deoraid,' ib. § 155 ( Lec.
75 460d42 ). For territories inhabited byGailenga, see Pokorny,
ZCP xi 173 seq. n p. na ceithre Gailenga, H.3.18,42 ( Thr.
Ir. Gl. xliv 29 ).ceithre Gailinga, H.3.17,724 (Mac Neill,
Early Irish Population Groups § 88 ).g p. morsCosraich ...regisGaleng, AU i 196.11
(an.737). duxGaleng, i 402.5(an.883). septem genera
80Gailinga,Mac Neill, Early Irish Population Groups § 28 . iugulatus esto Galen-
gaibh, AU i 402.6(an.883).a p. do marbad la Gailengu,
i 542.z(an.1019). For use as a place-name, see Hog. Onom.

gailengach n(Gailenga)o,m.andā,f. IGT Decl. § 12.9 ; § 17.6 ;
§ 18.5 .

85 Gaileoin xseeGailioin.

Gaileonach pn(Gailioin)aLagenian: d p. de gaileonchaib
(galiónLU)gáir, TBC² 948.

Gailiain xseeGailioin.