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garbaid v ā(garb) IIntrans.becomesrough,shivers: rogarbus
(gl.inhorrui), Ml. 127c16 .vn. do gnuis ... a[c] garbad (garb-
dubadv.l.) ┐ a[c] glasad fort, ┐ airrdena ega ag taidecht dod
85t' insaigid, TTebe 4541 .
IITrans. roughens: garbaid an gaeth fuar ... e (i.e.in
corp), 23 P 10³,21a5 .is e Neptuin garbas ┐ fethnaiges i[n]
muir, TTebe 2667 .Fig. dogarbsat gala raised rude warfare (?),
MacCarthy 424.y .flaith rogarbad do gním gá`a prince that
was hacked by spear-play
,' Met. Dinds. iv 210.15 .

garbaigid v g(garb) intrans.becomesrough: nir garbaig gné,
LL 141a37 . Of sounds:garbhuighidh .r. re hucht .dh. mur
5so: cíor ┐ dubh, cíordhubh, IGT Introd. § 45.

1 garbán n(garb)o,m. (a) coarse meal,bran: meic gruthraige
... meic garbáin chaín chorcca(a comic pedigree), Aisl. MC
35.2 .meanadach .i. garbhán, O'C. 1320 ( H.3.18,607a ) (gl.
on FB 9 ).
10(b)roughsand,gravel: maidhm Bheoil Atha na nGarbhán,
FM v 1274.15 and n.

2 Garbán (garb)o,npr m. n s. Garban, BNnÉ 15.9 . Trip.²
2629 .g s. Garbain, AU i 85.y(an.608). i 316.6(an.821).
Rawl. 144f49 ,etc. Trip.² 2626.

15 garbáncha adj(garbán)o,ā rough,rude . As nickname:an
Garbhánach Ua Baoighill, ALC i 130.5 =an Garbhanach,
FM ii 1038.4 .in Garbanach hUa Corran, Misc. Arch. Soc.
130.14 (tr. `rough-faced' as if =garb-ainech).

garbdae adj(garb)io,iā rough,rude fierce: Caïn ciar, garbdai,
20 SR 1959 .gorta garbda garg, 3397 .ingnassaib garbdai, 7995 .

garbe n(garb)iā,f. roughness(in physical and moral sense),
asperity,fierceness: is e trumma ┐ garbi in ingreime-sin,
PH 562 .o garbi co cendsa, 3576 .gairbi etir na brāthrib,
Arch. iii 240 § 4 .gairbe gránáig`the fierceness of the horrid
25fight
,' Met. Dinds. ii 46.24 .cen gairbe cen gol, iii 332.33 .
gan gruig gan gairbe frim, Laud 610,f. 6c .míne i n-aghaidh
gharbha, Dán-Fhocail 230 .do fhás gairbhe san ngaoíth,
FM v 1582.9 .tré ghairbhe fhionnfaidh an mheannáin, TSh.
8956 .re gairbhe na teangadh, 23 K 42,153.5 .gairbhe an
30ghotha hoarseness , 35.21 . ?Used of theshudderingcaused
bydread (cf. garbaid) :Rongab gairbe risin scél, | rotheich ...
`fierceness seized him at the tale : he fled...,' Met. Dinds.
iii 396.13 .ba snim lasin righ ... a graindecht ┐ a gairbi
(printed'agairbi), Aen. 1508.

35 Garbith (gen.id.)npr m., see Rawl. Index, and addGarbith
mac Laithicen, Rawl. 146f22 .

garbóg n ā,f. botan. thecoarse brassica, wildmustard: garbog
(gl.ea), Ir. Gl. 186.

Garbraige pn one of thethree tribes descendedfrom theFir Bolg ,
40see ZCP ix 177.6 .

garbrón xsee compds. of1 garb.

garcc xseegercc.

gárda n(late loan-word fr. Eng. or French)aguard,ward,
guardianship: d'eagla mo chora as gárda`lest I be put out
45of the protection
,' Studies 1918, 617 § 8 .gārda saigdiūir,
Fl. Earls 172.y .drong do ghárda an Phresidens, FM v
1638.10 .i ng. ¤ an Iustis`in the retinue of the Lord Justice,'
1738.2 .caiptín a gh. ¤ , Gen. xxxvii 36 .i ng. ¤ a bhrataighe
atáid`guarding,' Ó Bruad. iii 90 .pl. na daoine bhias faoi ...
50a ngarduibh`in authority under him,' Ériu v 126.15 .issíad
amháin iss gárdae do rīghoip ... Fl. Earls 92.26 .a ghárda
slógh`his attendant forces,' O'Gr. Cat. 2.y .

garda n enclosure,garden , seegarrda.

garde xseegairte.

55 gardigid xseegairtigid.

gardiugud xseegairtiugud.

gardius xseegairtius

garfaillsig n thickets(?): fá gharfhaillsigh fiadhguidheachta,
ITS i 10.14 .Cf. graidhlsi, ib. 6.11 .

60 garg adj o,ā(gen. used in less unfavourable sense thangarb)
rough,blunt,mettlesome,fierce(very rarely used of purely
physical qualities): garg ...ferox interpretatur , Corm. Y 707 .
O'Mulc. 621 .tailciud fri gargg`yielding to the fierce,' Thes. ii
235 ( Cod. Bern. 117a ).dogena gním n-granni(ngrannaEg.)
65 n-garg, IT i 70.24 .re fiuchud na ferge fírgarge, TBC² 1952 .
ír co ngairg with rough anger, ZCP xi 110 § 26 .laech langarg,
LL 4a14 .flaith ... rigda rogarg, MR 182.8 .gaillmilid garga
guinec[h]a, CCath. 5369 .a Rīg grēine gairge of the fierce
(i.e. scorching) sun
, ZCP viii 232 § 10 .Cf. ós a cionn is
70gairge an ghrian, DDána 119.19 .aon mhíle cú ... do bhí garg
mettlesome , Oss. iv 50.6 .mac ... meic gruthraige gairge`...
of rough curds,' Aisl. MC 35.2 .do ghlonn an ghaisccidh gairg,
FM i 504.22 .an tí ... labhras go garg ar a leas ris an gco-
mharsain bluntly , TSh. 8967 .sūan garg rough sleep, Otia Mer-
75seiana ii 83.8 . In chevilles:garg gle, Hib. Min. 45.28 .garg
a nglé, Laws i 68.11 . Of sounds noisy,harsh(?): imda gol-
gargc, BColm. 100.6 .tre goil ngairg, ZCP viii 223.1 .ón
gheal-Banna ghairg(or = impetuous?), IGT Decl. ex. 1134 .
naosga gharg, TD 34.16 .Compar. gairgiu tólaib`fiercest of
80floods
,' Arch. Hib. ii 55 § 19 ( LL 182b3 ).Superl. Niall nār
nuall ass gargam formidable(?), Rawl. 136b26 ( Otia Merseiana
ii 87 § 7 ).
Compds. ¤ anfad, Otia Merseiana ii 83.10 . ¤ band, LL 8b21 .
¤ beoda mettlesome and lively, Cog. 158.8 ; 166.4 . ¤ blad
85 renownoffierceness(?): ria gargblaid ṅglain, MacCarthy
180.7 .grindi im ghargbladh, ZCP x 340.6 . ¤ brat:co
ngarg-brut ... de arggut`rough overlay,' Met. Dinds. iv
106.64 . ¤ dāna fierce and bold, Fianaigecht 46 § 9 . ¤ díne
a bold race, ZCP viii 321.17 . Top. Poems 6.7 . ¤ dlíged
`stern law,' Met. Dinds. iii 48.15 . ¤ ler rough sea, ZCP x
340.6 . ¤ lí(?):garglí gēbend im gart nglē, Anecd. iii 47.19 .
¤ luinne fierce rage, Arch. iii 294.1 . ¤ mian, Ériu iv 108 § 68 .
5 ¤ nert, TBC 3096 . ¤ ruide a roughjourney: g. fri croich,
SR 1078 . ¤ slegach of thefierce spears: óig ... gargshleghaicc,
Caithr. CC § 42 (21.16) . ? ¤ thech:Clídna chiuin na gargthig
grad, LL 137a38 ( RC xlvii 293.5 ) =Clidna Chuind nar
gairdig grad, Lec. 396a8 .