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Seo bho Dwelly:

  goth - Toss the head contemptuously or giddily
  gòth - Airy gait.  2. Taunt, gibe. 3. "Go".
         Nach ann aige tha 'n gòth! - What an airy gait he has!
         Tiugainn a ghabhail gòth - Come, let us walk about
  goth - Bagpipe reed
  gòthach - Airy, having a smart or airy gait
  gòthadh - Smart gait.  2. Bending or rushing forward. ...
  gothaiche - Drone-reed [... evidently meant for "gaothaiche",
              mouthpiece.
  gothail - airy, giddy
  gòthan - Anker, keg.  2. Airy youth.
  gòthanach - Smart, lively lad, young man with an airy gait
  gòthanach - Airy in gait, lively, smart.  2. Envious, malicious.
  gothanach - Oppriobrious, scurrilous.  2. Envious, malicious
  gothlam - Noise, prating, tattling.  see goilean

Agus seo bhon Fhoclór Gaeilge-Béarla aig Ó Dónaill:

  gotha - Appearance, attitude; gesture, pose; air, affectation.
    Tá gotha an bhithiúnaigh air - He has the appearance of a scoundrel.
    gothaí a chur ort féin - to put on airs, to show off.
    gothaí galánta - grand airs.
    Chuir sé gothaí troda air féin - He took up a fighting attitude.
    Gothaí móra agus buillí beaga - Great talk and little action.
  gothach - Gesticulatory; posing, affected
  gotháil - Gesticulation
  gotháil - 1. Gesticulate.  2. Beckon
            Duine a ghotháil chugat - To beckon someone to your.
  gothaíocht - Mannerism
  gothálaí - Gesticulator

  corránach - 1. (Angular) youth.  2. Boyo.  3. Male salmon.
  ... [agus iomadh fhacal eile le corra...]


"A young poser of a lad", mar sin?  "A young upstart"?


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