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gabáltas n o,m. (a) powerofseizingorcatching: as de
adbheartha ar dhaithe a ghabhaltais ┐ a lamhaigh, Hy
Fiachr. 20.4 ( YBL 191b21 ),cf.cit. from LUs.v. gabáltaige.
70(b) seizureofland,invasion,conquest: do dhénamh
ghabáltais égcóir i dtalam eile, SG 16 , 4 .ni tainig g. ¤ i
nErinn acht on domhan anoir, MS. Mat. 578.28 .Gaill do
dhéanamh gabháltais orra, TSh. 5466 .Gabháltas Gall,the
Norman Invasion
, Keat. ii 4839 . FM v 1680.20 . Content.
75 iv 17 .lán do thréngabaltas ar na tirthaibh uile, L. Chl.
Suibhne § 2 .pl. gur léigheadh libh Gabháltais (= Lebar
Gabála), Content. xv. 9 .tug an oiread so do dhúthaigh
dhóibh os cionn a ngabháltuis féin in Ultaibh.in addition to
their acquisitions in U.
L. Cl. A. B. 50.22 (= TD ii, p. 228 ).
80 o rosfortamhlaigh tra gabháltus Gall (.i. Búrcaigh ...) foran
sliocht sin the [might of] the English invasion(i.e. the Burkes)
Hy Fiachr. 70.17 .
(c)afarm, aholding: dochum leasuighthe do ghabháltuis,
Parl. Chl. T. 586 .do léigeadar ar ghabháltusuibh do ghlacadh,
85 685 .
(d) land-tenure;stewardship: go bhfuairsiod fearann ar
ghabháltas uaidh, Keat. i 200.2 .gabháltas ar thoil an
Tighearna neamhdha, TSh. 791 .tabhair cúntas do ghabhál-
tais uait, 796 , 7296 (=redde rationem villicationis tuae
Luc. xvi 2 ).

gabáltóir n i,m. areceptacle:(of the stomach)aseadh as bolg
ann ball ... ata 'na gh. ¤ ar oileamhuin(= `nutrienti recepta-
5culum
'), 23 K 42,307.20 .

gabar xseegabor.

gabél xseegobél.

gábla n m. agable(?): IGT Decl. § 2. 42 .

gablach (gabul) adj I o,ā branching,forked,pronged: hi crund
10gablaigh (leg.gablach) Anecd. i 66 § 135 .tír na cliath ṅg. ¤
LL 136b13 .dá ech gablaich sinuous(?): LU 8593 ( FB 45 ).
10200 (TEm.).bruid ... gablacha peaked (?) cloaks, RC xxi
152 § 8 .ín gae sin gabhlach,forked (?), IT iii 97 § 156 . Of
hair.ód chéibh ghéagánaigh gabhlaigh`waving, parted locks,'
15 TD 14.21 .Fig. Críth Gabhlach(name of a law treatise):
cid ara neiperr C. G. ? ... ar a lin do gablaibh i fodlait(h)er
grá[d] túathe, Críth Gabl. 1 .glan gablach | aue Luircc rich in
descendants was the grandson of L.
, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 23 .
?long lúaichet fer ng. ¤ fíangalach, LU 6791 (= BDD² 305 ).
20 Mor ua Dubthaig drongo[blaig] (i. ... dronchoibnes[saig nó
dron-]diglaig), ZCP iii 224.1 ( LB 241a53 ).
See alsodé-gablach,fo-gablach.
II n ā,f. aforked branch; ajavelin: ber lat in gablaig-se,
Anecd. i 8.18 .sian ... na foghaid ┐ na ngabluch, RC xii 98.20 .
25 gae ocus gablach, g. ¤ ocus gai, IT iii 97 § 156 . ?gabul fuarcne
.g. .i. lum gablach fuargni .i. crechtach, O'Dav. 842. Cf.
`gabhla, spear,lance ,' O'R. Fig. Gablach gliad`a contentious
pair
,' Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 30 § 36.

gablad, goblad(vn.ofgablaid),gobhladh,gabhladh, IGT
30 Decl. § 11.

gablaid v ā(gabul) (a) branchesout,spreads (intrans.):sil
Gaidil gil gablas, Fél. 96.33 .fuil Chuinn doghabhladhna
gruaidh, Rel. Celt. ii 232 (vn.?).
(b) paysasrenttax?: leth inech gablathar do flaith
35cétgiallna, O'Don. 512 ( H.3.17, c.416 ).

gablaigid v(gabul) IIntrans. branchesoff, esp. of afamilyor
genealogical tree: cinnas rogablaigset clanna Noe, Rawl.
69a20 .an chlann sin is ar ghabhlaigh uatha, Hy Fiachr.
122 .na géga oda gabhlaigheadar .i. Cland Ceallaigh, Hy
40Many 138.15 .aenfine iat araen ... ┐ ragablaighset iat,
O'Don. 2259 ( Rawl. B 506,f. 21a ).gaibhleochaid ┐ craobh-
sccaoilfidh cinedh ... an fir, BNnÉ i 234 § 152 .Vn. do
gabhlughud na droinge fá huaisle do Th. D.D., Keat. i 216.13 .
Of theforkingof a river: is aire ainmnigther Gabul dind
45abaind ar in gablugud dogní sí irRind dá Chluana .i. Cl.
Sasta ┐ Cl. Mor, LL 159b12 (= Dinds. 11 ).
IITrans. divides,distinguishes(?): aen do na setaib
gablaigter and, Laws v 58.18 Comm. (gl. aen set gabla, 16 ).
Pass. part.?lethi uinge na tri set gablaigthe ann, 388.13
50Comm. Vn. breithemnaigter sét dogablugadhfor muin a
eneclainni, iii 458.23 Comm.

1 gablán n goblán(dimin. ofgabul)o,m. (a)afork, abranch
of atree: tucus gablán ... dom thig, LL 284a43 .gabhlan
findchuill ina lāim, Ériu xii 144 .x. na bili trī ng. ¤ ngeal, Arch.
55 iii 242 § 13 .do chuir sí amach ... a gabhláin, Ps. lxxx 11 .
Inn. l. Doire an Ghabhláin, FM ii 1106.6 .
(b)abranchoroffshoot(of a family or race); ascion:
imda gablán do chloind Chuind ... Conn is ceand dá n-
gablanaib, Hy Fiachr. 176.6 .Domhnall ... ceand a
60ghabláin fein, FM v 1460.6 ; 1504.1 .fíorghabhláin ar
bhfiodh bhaidhe, Content. xxix § 27 . ?iomdha gobhlán
(sic leg.) as ar ghin, Dán Dé xxii 34 .oidhedh cloin[n]e
Huisneach ... gobhlān (sic leg.?) oinig na Heirionn, IT ii2
144.575 .gobhláin sa ceird do chaithis`branches whose art
65thou didst enjoy
,' Studies 1922, 411 § 16 .
(c)abranchordivisionof asubject: an treas gobhlán don
Gháoidheilg, 23 D 14,53.2 .atáid leamsa ... sé gabhála ...
do ghobhlán uaingiuch eólais`a rare branch of knowledge,'
TD 28.4 .Cf. ní bhínn ... gan ghabhlán n-uaigneach n-
70éolais, Studies 1918, 452 § 9 .príomhghabhláin iomdha dana
funndameanndum príomhfhoghluim an dána, IGT Introd.
§ 2 .aithrighe chomhlán is caoi | gobhlán (sic leg.) dar n-
aithnei-ne é, Dán Dé xxvii 25.
(d)aportion: beir gobhlán dá labhair libh, L. Cl. A. B.
75 66.35 .
(e)abranchingoff, adigression: tugamar anuas annso
gabhlán ar na curadhaibh, Keat. ii 3311.
(f)g. ¤ mara`a small creek, nook or inlet of the sea,' P. O'C.

2 gablán n o,m. name of abird (see Marstr, ZCP vii 395 )
80 gabhlān gaōi[the] a hawk, Eg. Gl. 10 ; `the bird called a
swallow
,' P. O'C. a ghabhlain ghaoithe mhire(addressed to
the pretender to private inspiration), Luc. Fid. 291.17 .
gabhlán gainmhe`asand-martin ,' P. O'C. Cf. gobhlan
gainmhich`abank-martin ,' Alex. M'Donald. As a term of
85disparagement:a Albanaigh, a Lochlandaigh, a goblan gorm,
BB 289b19 = IT iii 70 § 20.

gablánach adj(gablán)o,ā (a) forked,branching, havingramifica-
tions: an glend gabhlanach, Ériu iii 166.25 .fon Giusaigh
(i.e.a wood) ... ngablanaigh, RC xliii 68 § 68 .ulcha ...
ghabhlanoch fair, ZCP x 279.13 .ní ghríosfuinn ... an
ccéibh ngobhlánuigh ccais ccúil, IGT Introd. § 81 .in mara
... gablanaich,of the furrowed sea, LL 236a1 ( TTr. 1407 ).
5 cech féith gablanach, LB.155a27 .uillennach nó g. ¤ (=cor-
nutus vel bifurcatus), O'Gr. Cat. 272.8.
(b)Fig. intricate: sedradh gablanach(a kind of metre),
IT iii 88 § 106 .cuid ded eachtra ghabhlánaigh (gabhlannach
v.l.), ITS i 110. 22 .as g. ¤ in scélaigecht sin`it is a complicated
10bit of romance
,' Acall. 3666.