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gairthe io,iā pp.ofgoiridasadj. warm,glowing,radiant: do
dergfuind a dreich gairthi (: mh' ḟeargaighthe), Ériu iv 220
80§ 28 .go (a) g(h)ruadh ghairthe mar smuailghríos, v 66.202 .
rosg gorm na ngruadhchroth ngairthe` warm-cheeked ,' A. Ó
Dálaigh ix 3 .dod ghnúis aolghairthe` lime-bright ,' TD 19.1 .
a ghruaidh shaor-ghair-the, Studies 1928, 452.22 .dá ghnúis
tibhrigh thonnghairthe, Studies 1918, 452.4 .ba deirge na
85gúal gartha, Duan. Finn ii 10.34 .an ghrian gharrtha, ZCP iv
442.28 .Cf. mar ghréin ghairthi(sicMS), Ir. Monthly 1920,
163 § 6 =mar ghréin ng. ¤ , DDána 114.6 .an ghrian ghairthe
ar ghile, Dánta Gr.² 45.27 .an ré úr gairthe, Dán Dé xxvii 10 .
croinn ghairthe le ngon tánaidh seared(?), IGT Decl. ex. 441 .
learga t'fhoinn ... ghairthe`thy mellow ... slopes,' Gadel. 11 § 1 .
gach fán dá ghortaibh gairthe`glowing,' TD 4.2 (= O'Gr.
Cat. 425.18 ).Críoch Luighne na learg ngairthe, TD 32.76 .
5 sleagha gairthe dá ngormadh`shining spears,' TD 6.9 .sníomh
a slegh rennghairthe ruadh`burnished-headed spears,' O'Gr.
Cat. 474.22. Of woundshot,burning(?): comhosgladh chnedh
ngairthe, 23 L 17,34a25 .

gairthech xseegoirthech.

10 gairthigern xseegoirthigern.

gairtigid v g(garit) (a) shortens: co ro gartigtis(gair-
didis, H.2.17; Eg.)a ré, TBC 2772 .cu rogairdighthe a ṡæ-
ghal-som, Lism. L. 4473 .co rogairdigedh a ṡnaithi his thread
of life was shortened
, AU ii 270.15 .co nach sail gairdigius in
15foucal so that it is not the ogham letter `s' that indicates short
quantity
, Auraic. 3665.
(b) Intrans. rejoices: acht rob fer cottaig in caem | ra
taeb nogairtiget orm, Anecd. ii 26 § 8 .ní gairdeocha cara
ort, Fier. § 63 ( RC xix 48.5 ).gurab gerr co ngairdeocha Dia
20ort, 24 P 12,31.21 .mar do gháirdigh an Tighearna ós bhur
ccionsa ... marsin gháirdeochus ..., Deut. xxviii 63 .gáirdigh
a Shebulon, xxxiii 18 . Prov. xiii 9.

gairtiugud n u,m. IAsvn.ofgairtigid (a) shortening: do gair-
dugud rede (leg.ree, Thurn.)na erca to shorten the periods of
25[paying] eric, H.3.18,476b = Cóic Con. Fug. § 54.
(b) rejoicing, makingmerry: gabhusM.R.occ gairdiugud
forro making glad at [their coming], RC xliii 62 § 62 .in
t-aes dána ... do gardigud ┐ d'airfitiud doib making merry
for them and entertaining them
, LL 268b12 ( MU² 849 ).
30 IIAssubst. gladness,diversion: mor in gairtigudh ruc
uaim, Anecd. ii 26 § 4 .bid gairdiugud don chleirech, Acall.
2679 .as gairdiugud menman ┐ aicenta dúin, 287 . 301 .
BNnÉ 168 § 5 .gurub gairdigud menman laissium ...
dercadh foran enluith, Marco P. 91.

35 gairtius n u,m. shortness: gardius saegail, BColm. 66.

gaisced n o,m. IGT Decl. § 11. (a) weapons,arms(coll.),
armour: gaisced lasin íngin the maiden was armed, TBC² 36
( LU 4522 ).ga gasced irragam ifesta? ... Let-su do roga
gaiscid ... thou shalt have thy choice of weapons, TBC 3568 .
40 gebis F. a gasced, 5964 .ní ba cath co n-gaisciud ... acht bid
cath co m-briathraib, FB 21 ( LU 8275 ).dlighidh gaiscedh
inraic ina eneclann, Laws iv 348.24 .tairmchellsat gascid
fer n-Ulad ón dorus díarailiu, FB 55 ( LU 8737 ).tri gascid
úasaib hi fraig, BDD 118 .cet srian cet ngaisced, O'C. 784
45( H.3.18,367a ).connā tērna nī dona .V. gaiscedaib dēc
fifteen sets of arms, TBC² 556 .gaiscedh no timthach, Laws
iv 350.3 .gaisced .i. ga ┐ sciat[h], ii 256.14 ; O'Mulc. 631
(see O'Rahilly, EIH 461 ).gaisced fern(?sic leg.:fer, MS)
┐ fōebar offensive and defensive armour(i.e.shield and sword),
50 TBC² 3573 .foracaibsi doside ┐ día thúaith a ngaisced fora
n-ottraigib, ocus can a n-uilc do dígail dóib(a curse,i.e.that
their weapons shall be flung on the midden-heap unused and
abandoned), LU 3117 ( SG 237.12 ).aingel Dé fors-in gaisced
ic diten ... in phopuil`an angel ... in battle-array' (?), PH
55 5757 .for-ling a gaiscead dia chobair, BDD² 511 .ferann gais-
cid sword-land(=tír claidib):ferand gaisge is diles don tí
not cosnand sech cach n-aen isin tuaith, O'C 416b . ( H.3.18,
229a ).gaibid g. ¤ assumes arms(of a young warrior taking
arms for the first time and entering on a warrior's career):
60 inna c[h]ūiced blīadain luid dia chuindchid gasgid ... isinn
ochtmad blīadain gabais gaisced, TBC² 343 .ciped mac dib
no gabad gasced, TBC 1089.
(b) Abst. valour,prowess,featsofarms,skillatarms: tria
gaisged, Ml. 100b10 .roscaíg do gal ocus do gaisced, FB § 43
65( LU 8569 ).ní tár dot gasciud, TBC 3298 .nī romūin Scāthach
do duine rīam in gaisced sin`the use of that weapon' (that feat
of arms ?), Ériu i 120.1 .ac foghluim cles n-gaisgidh, TBC p.
111 n. 13 (St.).laich gaili ocus gaiscid, Cog. 52.4 ; 186.21 .
Meneru[a] bandei in gaiscid, TTebe 3171 .ro marb triar
70sund dā cētgaisced, Ériu viii 156.29 . IT i 103.9 .a ṅgaisceda
tuc o Scáthaig, Ériu iv 30.7 .adeirthearmiles torquatus
ridire gaiscidh, Keat. ii 6270 .gabhthar leis grádha gaisgidh
`orders of chivalry,' TD i 33 . Abstract for concreteawarrior:
dochuáidh Iosua ... ┐ na gaisgidh neartmhara uile, Jos. x 7.
75Compd. ¤ mer:ri londmer gaisceadmer(gaiscedach mer,
Eg.), TTebe 2846 .

gaiscedach n(gaisced) I o,m. onebearing arms, awarrior(esp.
one of prowess or skill), achampion: is é gaiscedach as dech,
LU 8198 ( FB 14 ).gip e tised in faidche, dia m-ba gascedach,
80 TBC 1231 .dús ... amm-adbar (sic) gascedaig atam-chomnaic,
1186 .In Cathal sin ri amsach ┐ gaiscedach Erend ina remis,
Cog. 74 .badhb ┐ ban-ghaisgedach, ML² 413 .amal leoman
... risna gabaid gaisgedaig, TTebe 4018 . 2716 .trichuit
gaisgedach, Laws iv 348.14 .Mál .i. milidh, no gaisgea-
85dach, Eg. Gl. 469 .ionann ... nia is gaisceadhach nó tréinfear,
Keat. ii 6273 .gaisgidheach ... darbh ainm Goliah, 1 Sam. xvii 4. adj
II o,ā valiant,martial,skilledinarms: Iriel gascedach.
CRR § 27 .gaillmilid garga ... gaiscedhcha, CCath. 5369 .
5450 .Giian glondmer gaiscedach, TTebe 2883 .Compar.:
neach bad gaisgedaigi oldas, RC xx 430.7 (ACC). Forsuperl.:
in laech is gaisgedachu taraill talmuin , BB 488a13 .