7 ba, bá

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 7 ba, bá or dil.ie/5060

x see 1 is.

8 ba, bá

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 8 ba, bá or dil.ie/5061

x see fo, fa, .

1 bá

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x see attá.

2 -bá

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x see baïd.

3 bá

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 3 bá or dil.ie/5064

x see báe.

-babair

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x see attá.

babb

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interjection (probably not Irish, but a version of the Greek exclamation of surprise βαβαι; cf. in continental word-lists babe admiratio est and babe ammiratio) wow!, whew! Stud. Celt. xxiv/xxv 56 , Celtica xxv 93 : b.¤ interiacht adbligthe de nomine bainb Bris maic Eladain, ar nī raibe i nĒre muc bud grátu. Babgither didiu a hainm-side, Corm. Y 118.

babdún

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x see badún.

bablóir

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n (cf. Lat. babulus) nickname of Patrick, babbler (?): Bablōir ainm do Pātraic, Corm. Y 117. re feil Babloir, ZCP iii 226.1 . b.¤ i. fear mórghlórach, O'Cl.

? babón

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ind (? cf. babb): a b.¤, a bāidathair, / in cluineand rīg Eoganacht? ZCP v 500.13 . ? Leg. a bab ón.

? bácad

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ind `riaradh' (b.¤, v.l.) do dhúthchus as ainm, Met. Gl. 26 § 31.