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gibe n theartofdesigningorilluminating(?) : gibe ┐ gibecha
nomine gipsum .i. pictura , O'Mulc. 651. Prob. a variant of
gibiach. Seegebech.

gibech, x O'Mulc. 651 . Seegebech.

5 gib-gab adj(A.S.origin acc. to Meyer, Wortkunde 78 .Cf.
Scottishand N. Engl. `giff-gaff')onomatop.unintelligible
gabbling,jargon: gib-gab (gipa-gapa, giba-gapav.ll.) na
gcennaighi, Anecd. ii 72.9 .Cf. gic-gocand see Dinn. s.vv.
giob , geab .

10 gibis n(applied tosomething hollow ) : (a)agullet, ajaw: co
ngibsib (ginsibv.l.) gol nginach | tucsat a rith robalc | in
chonart`baying with jaws agape,' Met. Dinds. iii 408.6 .
cuanart M. ... rosmudaig mucc Mod dia gibis ic Loch Con,
SG ii 468.7 = LL 167a41 .
15(b)agorge, aglen, avalley: gibhis .i. gleann, O'Cl. gibhis
glaine .i. gleann glan, O'Cl. geibhis .i. gleann, O'Cl. gibis
glaine`the bright neck of land,' Met. Dinds. iv 104.38 .g s.
Callraighe ngibhsi, ZCP x 339 § 10.
(c)acleft,cavityorsocket: tucad coss chraind dó : rachuir
20a glún na gibis (v.l.gebis) he put his knee into the socket,
RC xiii 80.17 .
(d) Transf., of a fight :sunn tucad an debaid donn ... roba
ger grinn gibhis gann the fight was keen, intense, close-
serried (?
), Celt. Rev. iv 214.21 .

25 Giblechán (giblech<gibal, butcf. Ciblechan, Rawl. 180a22 )
o,m.dimin. as sobriquet ornpr m:Maelbrigte mac Gible-
chain rí Conaille, AU i 426.x(an.913).

1 gibne n iā,f. (a)alockorcurlofhair: mong ł gibnæ(gl.
cirrus), Sg. 159a7 =gibbne, Thes. ii 230.24 .
30(b)afilletworn by men, especially charioteers, to keep
thehairfromfalling overtheeyes: taraill a lám leiss in
gipni ndergbudi, mar bad land dergóir ... fri étan dó ind
chomartha a aradnachta, TBC² 1879 .gipne findruine
for a etan nád leced a folt fúa agid, LU 10233 ( IT i 311.1 ).
35 Cf. Anecd. iii 50.19 .gibne .i. snáithi,ut est... fer isin mag
┐ gibne finnbhruine fora édan, O'C. 1459 ( H.3.18,p. 650a ).
folt forgarb ... ina gibnib foa cend worn like a fillet (i.e.
coiled) around her head
, ZCP iii 248 .gibne .i. snáithe,
O'Cl.

40 2 gibne n acupping-horn(?) : g. ¤ .i. adarc lege, Corm. Y 732 .
gibne adarc leagha, Forus focal 75 . Same word as1 gibne(?).

3 gibne n adog(?) : g. ¤ canis,ut dictum est: gibne gortach,
Corm. Y 732 .g. ¤ .i. cu, gibne gortach .i. cu gortach, O'Cl.

gibnech adj(1 gibne)o,ā filleted: mong gipnech greliath, RC
45 xxi 314.14 .

gibsech adj(gibis)o,ā valleyed,hollowed(?) : secht lochthomad-
mand ... línsat fo gébind gibsig | hErind indsig, LL 558 =fo
gebhind ngimhsigh, BB 24b22 .Cf. Leb. Gab. i 64.15
(where wrongly expandedgibsibh ).

50 ? gicéne, n asuckling: gicenegraece .i. genitus.i. nōidiu cīche,
O'Mulc. 652.

gic-goc n(onomatopoeic ?). Of Norse origin acc. to Mar-
strander, RC xxxvi 383 . guttural chatter(?) : gíc-goc (gic-
gogv.l.) Gallgaidhel, Anecd. ii 72.6 . Comparegib-gab.

55 gicil xseegigil.

gidh conj., seecid.

? gidil: ind find-gidil ri tuind ar tracht | etir linnib leborbárc,
LL 4489 =gilithir tonn tic dar trácht, Ériu iv 96 § 17
(Rawl.). Error forfindidir(?).

60 gigil nA word of uncertain meaning. In physical sense
apparentlyatickling sensation (cf. giglim I tickle, O'Br. ) ;
fig.nervous excitement,fluster,irritation(?) ; sometimes
perhaps atermofdisparagement; at gilla co ṅgicgil | gan
gasced gan gus, TBC 3463 .tuccta na liubhair ile | do Mulling
65il-laimh cleirigh | ó mac Éra cen gigil | cena gusin aenlitir,
Anecd. ii 38 § 19 .gigil(sicMSS)leis—loinditi a fearg, |
imdergad a gruadh ngeldearg a source of irritation to him (?),
Ériu iv 214 § 9. For further exx. see Ériu v 70.

giglechus n(gigil) (a)aticklingorirritating sensation: maille
70re gigleachus eigin ┐ re hurla(gan)(=cum quadam titillatione
et nausea), 23 K 42,305.19 .
(b) nervous excitement(?) : nach bíadh sgáth na gigliochus
ort rempaibh, RC xxix 124 § 29.

gigrann,giugrann n o,m.(latergighra n,f.,cf. IGT Decl.
75 § 145 )awild goose, abarnacle goose:gl.anser, Sg. 36a5 ;
64b1 (giugran).gigranda girando.i. ōn c[h]ūairtfell bís
fuirre, Corm. Y 709 .gioghrann .i. cadhan, O'Cl. ro gab
gnath giugrand guth, LU 860 ( ACC § 63 , RC xx ).atracht
giugroinn a geibid(sic leg.: B. na Filed), Arch. iii 310 § 6
80=gíraing, ZCP xii 361.4 .guth an ghioghruinn, Buile Ṡ.
86.15 ( Buile Ṡ.²2nd ed.1298 ).pl. gigraind, K. and H. § 25 .giug-
rainn gerga socrait gáir, SG 365.z .tecait giugraind dar
fairge uair, LL 356 (marg. sup.).elta giugrand, 265a49
( MU² 468 ).as fás én ngioghrann tre ghiús, IGT Decl. ex 1960 .
85In n.l.:Tech Giugrand(some place on the Liffey near
Dublin) :og Taigh Gíughrand, MacCarthy 404.30 .ic Ailen
Tigi Giugrand, RC xxiii 314.14 .

1 gil ind .i. uisge, O'Cl.