The ancient Irish romances tell of a gae bulg, a spear held in the warrior's toes, and jerked up under the shield of his enemy!
But to gae back to the Linty and the Hippopotamus, resumed Kilmarkeckle.
It was then that Id went up and released the stream and opened the dam and undid the fixing of the gae Bulga.
Just gae your was, and be sure theres nae James Kidd in my house.
gae 'wa—gae 'wa; I will do nae sic thing; I hae nae uppitting for ye.
The priving was gude, it pleas'd them baith, To lo'e her for ay, he gae her his aith.
But ye maunna expect me to gang ower the Highland line—I'll gae beyond the line at no rate.
It's Grizel he's aye writing about, and it was Grizel that gae him the go-by.
It was me that gae him it,” said Rob; “it was growing on the roadside, and I plucked it and gae it to him.
Let's gae roon' to the wunnin' post so as to see the feenish.