>> Noiti gaicles,
>> glice scrûdus,
>> eiris îcis,
>> idhe tibis,
>> fathgelg brêgus.
>> "gaicles" suggests the verb "caiglid" < con·ceil = conceals,
Or here's a more remote possibility: "gigil", under which DIL
mentions the Early Modern verb "giglim" (Mod. "ciglím") = I
> On account of the rhyme, would expect the vowels of all verbs
> to be long.
That is awkward for us in regards to "tibis", too, since the
verb "tibid", with its short vowel, looks to me to be the only
candidate: "(it is) a candle/torch that smiles". "Ide" is
another glossary word. "Idhe" could arguably be a late spelling
for "idu" (= pang), but that doesn't fit so well: "a pang that