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geannaire n ahammer, amallet: geannaire`ord,' Eg. Gl. 378 .
do ghlac geannaire na láimh, Judges iv 21 .geannaire
glórach, Ó Bruad. ii 230 § xxiv .

geasán n some kind of smallfish, aminnoworsprat(?) : ar an
5meanntán idir na héanaibh ┐ ar an ngeasán idir na hiasgaibh,
TSh. 3057.

geata n agate: o ghlas geta, FM vi 2006.3 .geata flaitheamh-
nuis, Gen. xxviii 17 .pl. na geatadha, Psalms cvii 16 .ar
gheataidhibh na cathrach, TSh. 7404 . See alsogepta.

10 ? gebach adj o,ā:badb ghér ... ghrancach ghoiblech ghebach,
ITS xxvi 140.22 .

gebbad n act ofcroppingorgrazing: ag n-allaid do gebbad
guirt gemshecoil, Aisl. MC 85.4 .

gebech n(alsogeibech,gibech,gibiach,gebiach,geibiach)o,m.
15 adesigner, anilluminator, anembroiderer: cícht .i. gebiach,
Corm. Y 319 .cicht .i. geibiach .i. rindaighe [ut est] cicht
script[or], O'Dav. 367 .da ba in gebiaich, Laws v 106.2
Comm. =gebidaig, YBL 204a13 .gibe ┐ gibecha nomine
gipsum .i. pictura , O'Mulc. 651 .pl. carpat saer ocus ailtire
20ocus gebeic[h], Laws v 106.7 =gebenaich, YBL 204a19 .
gebeich .i. doniad in geibiacht, ib. 11 Comm. Cf. geibeich
.i. doniat in t'étach gebechda .i. na panga breca ... .i. rindaighi,
O'Dav. 1056. ?g p. hi torund gibiach(gl.imago dipicta),
Ml. 59b7 .

25 gebechda adj(gebech)io,iā figured,embroidered(?) : in t-étach
gebechda .i. na panga breca no na heanga breaca, O'Dav.
1056.

? gebenach n anembroideress(?), acloth-figurer(?) : a frichnam
ac ban-aicidhib cinmothá a helada o geibenidh, O'C. 661
30( H.3.18,323 ).urlum fri re mis ac ban-aicce ginmóthá a
eladha o geibenach, O'C. 1444 ( H.3.18,645a ). YBL 204a19 ,
s.v. gebech.

gébend n m.andf. Géibheann,g s. -inn, IGT Decl. § 11 .
?a s. geibeind, Anecd. ii 39 § 2 .afetter, abond;captivity:
35 triar oc ríg dia n-altram, gebend, carcar, cepp, LL 147a47
( PRIA 3 Ser. iii 552 § 40 ).ó gebind co cuthi, o chuthe co croich,
ib. § 41 .glas no gemel no geibend, Laws i 110.12 Comm.
fó gébind gibsig, LL 5b30 .do chuir i ngéibheann iad, Keat.
iii 2346 .i ngéibheann péine purgadóra, TSh. 4742 .pl. do
40cuireadh glais ┐ geibhinn fair, CF 462 .do sgair a glais is a
gebenna, RC x 180.y .robris glais ┐ geibhinn ... in caislein,
ZCP vi 297.28 .Daingnigter... for nglais ┐ bar ngeibenna,
CCath. 4257 .no bitis acca hi n-glassaib ┐ gebendaib, Alex.
1098 .a ngeibnib, RC xix 142.7 .géibhinn gan sgaoileadh
45`vincula,' TSh. 6386 .féil geibheann Pheadair the feast of
St. Peter's chains
, Keat. i 220.23 .sgaoil a géibheanna(of the
soul), Parrth. an Anma 346 .Fig.of that which impedes
motion, progress,etc.:drong dédenach ... | forchenna cáin
gébenn`which ends a bright chain,' Fél. Ep. 282 .scuchsat
50iarsin d'indsi almuigh | clothach gebend (: Éireand) a famed
halting-place (?
), Anecd. i 73 § 217 . Also rarelygémen:co
ngemlib gemen, LL 7a2 .Cf. gemin`compes,' Goid. 75.44 .
`geimhean chains,' O'R.

gébennach adj(gébend)o,ā fettering(?). As nickname :M. mic
55Gaghra gebhennaig, Hy Many 134.4 . Asnpr m. Geibennach,
AU i 486.7 (an. 972 ) = FM ii 696.1 (an. 970 ).Géibheannach,
Keat. iii 4327.

Gébennán (dimin. ofgébend?):npr m. Geibennán, Rawl.
159b25 .

60 gebere xseegebire

gebiach xseegebech.

gebiacht xseegebidecht.

gebidecht n ā,f. decoratingorilluminating manuscripts(?),em-
broidery(?) : cethra dana examla .i. goibnecht ┐ cerdacht,
65ailtirecht ┐ gebidecht, Laws v 104.30 Comm. gebeich .i.
doniad in geibiacht, 106.11 Comm.

gebire n io,m. adecorative artist, adesignerorilluminator(?) :
cicht .i. geibire .i. rindaire, O'C. 92 ( H.3.18,66b ) =gebere,
O'C. 1400 ( H.3.18,633 ) =geibiach, O'Dav. 367.

70 ? gebras: ind mas re mo shuilib sea gebras tarla thu, Lec.
307va7 =gebes ecla tú, RC xiii 82 § 90 . Prob. corrupt.

géc n ā,f. gég, IGT Decl. § 39.12 . (a)abranch, abough: géga
gl.ramos, Gild. Lor. 194 .géga glasa, Buile Ṡ. 30.17 .a barr
┐ a gega do toitim, TTebe 3698 .ilar a cráebh ... ┐ a ngég
75lúbach, CCath. 670 .ná loisc aball án na n-géc faroll faen,
SG 245.20 .claontar fiodh re fás a ghéag, TD 26.30 .géag
dhairghe, TSh. 1000 .ar crochadh as an ngéig, 1001 .
(b) Common in fig. sense in poetry of a person :dob é ín
ghég toraid co mblaidh, Acall. 1958 .gach gealgheag don
80crann cnosach , LL 394.28 .Finichair géc omnaide, Met.
Dinds. iv 322.33 .gég úachtair na tíre. Studies 1919 ,
73 § 9 .géag ós choill(of a hero), TD 7.16 .a ghéag abhla
(of the wife of O'Connor), 15.17 .géag abuigh do lár lubh-
ghoirt, 27.23 . Hence esp. in bardic poetryascion, aperson
85(man or woman) generally in complimentary sense :romarb
in géic grúamda, Met. Dinds. iii 220.66 .Iacob, gec co
ngreim, SR 3085 .marbhthair 'gun ghéig gach nar ghabh
`there is slain by the warrior...,' DDána 64 § 7 .Conn Ó
Domhnaill ... géag bhuadhach d'ḟhuil na n-airdríogh, TD
17.69 .géaga síodhamhla ón Mháigh, 32.28 .d'e[i]s gege na
grian-aithni(of Ethne), ZCP xiii 17.7 .Moṅgfhind ... gasta
in géc, LL.139a29 .a ghéag gan locht! faultless maiden!
5 Dánta Gr.² 39.42 .
(c)agenealogical branch: na géga sin o da gabhlaigheadar,
Hy Many 138.15 .craobha coibhneasa ┐ geuga geneluigh,
MS. Mat. 541.22 = Genealogical Tracts i 1.1 .lucht sgaoilte
gég ngeinealaigh, Studies 1920, 567 § 15 .ionann fuil dáibh
10... ionann géaga geinealaigh, TD 26.44 .eólas do ghéag
ngeinealaigh, 30.21 .sleacht Caisin ... géag díobh-san síol
bhFlannchadha, Content. xxix 24.
(d) In poetry in various fig. applications.Oflimbs:
Símeon ... ro gab Ísu ... ar gecaib a gel-lamh, Gorm.
15 Oct. 8 .foda géga a glaicí, IGT Decl. ex. 1124 .sreatha a
ghéag cceathbhraonach cciúin(of a harper), Studies 1920,
99 § 13 .eidir ghéagaibh glac leabhar`long-handed arms,'
TD 39.6 .Ofhair: (Niall) folt na bhfinnghéag`N. of the
fair-waving hair
,' TD 7.48 .
20(e) Compds. Common in poetry in various of the above
senses. (1) With adjs.: ¤ ablach` apple-branched ,' TD 26.27 .
¤ áluinn, Acall. 475 . ¤ dígenn stout-branched(?): an glanbhile
gegdíoghoinn(of Patrick), ib. 64 n . ¤ dírech:na glac-doidi
... gegdhirge, MR 256.2 . ¤ gel` bright-foliaged ,' TD 4.17 .
25 IGT Decl. ex. 100 . ` bright-limbed ,' TD 16.21 . ¤ lebor long-
branched , MR 98.11 . ` long-fingered ,' TD 12.4 . ¤ lúan
` bright-scioned ' (?), Met. Dinds. iii 16.204 . ¤ mall slow-limbed,
hencestately,dignified , ZCP viii 232 § 8 ( Ir. Litanies 102.27 ).
¤ núe fresh-branched: (Traoi) cathair ... an bhruaigh géagnaoi
30`bordered with flourishing woods,' TD 26.32 . ¤ slim`crowned
with soft waving hair
,' TD 20.60 . ? ¤ snaidte` fair-branched ':
i dtír ghéagshnuighthe Gaoidhil, Content. xxv § 9 . ¤ soillsech
bright-fingered , ZCP ii 352.14 . ¤ trom well-wooded , TD 7.28 .
(2) With subst.: ¤ fid abranching wood , Rel. Celt. ii 228.34 .
35 Fig.of hair:barr ... na ngéigḟeadh, TD 23.23 . ¤ gúala
sloping(?)shoulder: croch dhearg ré ghéag-ghualoinn, Dán
Dé xxvii 3 . ¤ lí`branchingsplendour ,' MacCarthy 310 § 1 .
¤ loc awinding bay , Arch. Hib. i 87 § 24.