? bácad

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

bacar

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Forms: bagrachaibh, bogar, bagar, bagair, bagair

n o. Later d pl. bagrachaibh, TSh. 9708. bogar bagar m., IGT Decl. § 17 (71.14) . threat, act of threatening: bagair gl. míne (recte minae), Ir. Gl. 339. bubthad .i. bagar, O'Dav. 211. ar bacur no ar baethbriathraib, LL 31606 ( TTr. 793 ). bocur beó-báige (: topur), Met. Dinds. iii 344.80 . icc bagor . . . for demnaib ifirn, CCath. 4195. ua (= ba) tendi tomhaitheam Tid . . . na bacur Polinices, TTebe 1439 . ag sin an bráth ag bagar, DDána 11.17 . grían co moch a madan mín/bídh ag bagar ar Loch Léin, IGT Decl. ex. 717. ar ndénamh bagair orrtha dhó, Luke ix 21 . ná bí re bagar th'aighthe `threaten me not with your angry face!' Content. xxiv 24. acc baigh ┐ acc bagar ar Chenel cConaill, FM vi 2004.6 . aitheanta De, a theagasg, a gheallamhuin, ┐ a bhagair san mbiobla, Luc. Fid. 3478. Attrib. g s. rádh bagair , PBocht 21.30 . ar gcrann bagair (of a protector), E. O'Rahilly 50.12. See bagairt.

bacat

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Forms: baicet

n also baicet neck: baicead .i. braige `cervix', Goid. 75 § 13 (Dúil Laithne). b.¤ .i. bráighe, O'Cl. sīn Morainn . . ./ 'mo b. a lō dālo, Sits 1919, 93 § 25 .

1 bacc

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Forms: bacca, baicc, baicc

n o, n. and m. n s. b.¤ n-achaid, O'Dav. 1300. b.¤ iairnn, SR 4204. n p. bacca, TBC 6038. baicc, LL 329a39 . a d s. also baicc, LL 21124. Met. Dinds. iii 194.20 .

(a) angle, bend, corner: ín cenn fri bac ína nechailsib (of horses), Laws iv 104.x Comm. cochline go bac a di ullend, RC xii 86 § 93. go bac a tónai, go bac a dí ullend, Harl. 5280, 66b (cited Meyer Contribb. 160 ). saint i mbaccaib óe, Arch. iii 223.9 . ? ar b.¤ (.i. bruach) Shláine bend (?), Flower Cat. 260.36 . concechalsat buada atṁbelat eslabrai a baccaib ráth, LL 13851. In n.loc. co B.¤ ṅDraigin, TBC 4835.

(b) Freq. in Laws Comm. in phr. b.¤ n-achaid appar. (an enclosed) corner or angle of a field (used as a shelter for horses or cattle): for a scor, no for a ingeilt, [no ar a mbacacad], Laws iii 184. z. Freq. coupled with druim fri lias: athgabail . . . a tabuirt a ndruim fri lias no a mbac nachuidh, i 208.20 . Note also: baicc do echaib, ii 118.9 . inde .i. echlaisc no bac, ut est ain ech fria n-inde, O'Dav. 1126. ? gan bhac cruidh re caibhdheanaibh `kine are unsafe from robbers', Magauran 2829 .

(c) Applied to various hooked or angled tools or other articles. mattock, grub-hoe; bill-hook: ligo .i. b.¤ buana fínime, Sg. 62b10 (`a sickle for pruning vines'). b.¤ no fosorium gl. ligo, 52a14 . do setaib faicthi .i. bac ┐ rama `bill-hook', Laws v 410.17 Comm. oenb. ┐ oenluasat iairn, LL 22357. coro ṡelaig é dia baicc ┐ dia rámaind, 21124 . fortacht baic .i. bac do, d'a toirithin do buain eidind, Laws v 486.17 and 488.22 Comm. bac no corran buana eidainn, i 140.8 Comm. indlis baic ┐ corrānu . . . forsna tétaib, Aisl. MC 63.27 . In glossaries equated with bachall: b.¤ a baculo, O'Mulc. 115. bac .i. bachall, Lec. Gl. 97. bricht ┐ b.¤ is bachall, Thr. Ir. Gl. 6 s.v. bachall. Name of an object used to protect a wound (cf. 1 túag): Cu Ch. ga ḟurmiáil ri fót foenlaige . . . fa thuagaib ┐ bhaccaib ┐ réfedaib, TBC 5714. dogní in liaig a leges ┐ osclaicid na crechta ┐ dobertar baicc taris, LL 329a39 . Cf. dofilet cethri léinti fichet tarsibsin ammuig anechtair. ar is iatsin bít ri baccaib ┐ refedaib dósom, 24883 . Note also: coileach . . . is baic le scáil gach líondatha nape of the neck, E. O'Rahilly 258.8.

(d) hindrance, act of hindering: cosg feilgniomh, bac gliadh, ZCP ii 350.9 . maith leam . . ./ bac ar ghriangha um theachta as-teagh `a barrier to keep out the sunlight', Studies 1920, 262 § 9 . ? gan mo bhac, a Dhé, i ndeacraibh, DDána 61.6 . In phr. bac ar bac `into confusion ', BColm. 20.7 . at logger- heads , BNnÉ 307 § 29 .

Compds. With noun: bacogam (name of a type of Ogam), Auraic. 6088. With adj.: conn na Banba bacbraisi, BR² 162.19 .

2 bacc

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n pax .i. b.¤ , Auraic. 1356. Cf. póc.

baccach

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adj o, ā (1 bacc)

I lame: icais in mac mbacach, Vita Br. 39. is and ro gonad Mac Con/cor b.¤ ríam, Ériu xiv 159 § 27 ( LL 3383 ). da mbia an t-ech bacach, Celtica ii 52.109 . robúi in leoghan breoiti, b.¤ , ZCP vi 61.16 . do bhí sé bacach ann a ladhairg, Gen. xxxii 31. Metr. of metres containing shortened line: randaigecht b.¤ mor, IT iii 79 § 49. sedradh bhacach, 88 § 108. See Murphy Metrics 84.

II As subst.

(a) lame person: bacuchu gl. luscu, Thes. ii 316.15 (Hy. ii). imthecht dona bacachaibh the lame made to walk, Blathm. 37. bacach ┐ caech ┐ clam ┐ daisechtach, Vita Br. 38. na bacaigh, Laws iii 170.13 Comm. do-ni bacach don n-ech caimingnech goes lame, Celtica ii 52.91 . do-rat Isu . . . a rusca do na dallaib, ┐ imtecht do na baccach- aib, PH 4533.

Of the raven’s cry: mad laoch clerech is bacach adeir an fiach `if it be a lay cleric (?) the raven says bacach´ Ériu viii 121 .

(b) Name of a disease; polio (?) (Ir. Hist. Stud. vi 185 ): pestis que dicitur b.¤ cum uentris profluuio , AU i 156.15 = bacach, RC xvii 221.21 (Tig.), CS 116.15 .

baccad

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vn. of baccaid.

(a) act of using a bacc: in tráth no bíd Femen ic fuilged no bid Fera ic b.¤ , LL 22358 (` hacking ', Dinds. 44 ).

(b) act of hindering, preventing, restraining; hindrance: gan bacadh randa na tomais without hindering its being divided or measured (of land), O'D. 1957 ( Eg. 90, 7(8)a ). Sétna Sithbacc .i. . . . ig toirmesc ┐ ag bacadh ṫṡídha do bíth, Cóir Anm. 186. gan a bachudh (sic) dít a lenmhuin not to prevent you from . . ., ZCP x 254.34 ( BCC 225 ). bacadh uilc, DDána 99.7 . do bhiodhbhaidh ag a bhacadh/do chorp iodhan d'adhlacadh, Dán Dé xv 28 . srian bactha `curb', PBocht 18.28 .

? baccáen

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n dede ṁbaccoen ṁbraiglide/a da maccaem ingine, LL 3497.

baccaid

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Forms: -aiged, baccad

v (1 bacc)

(a) hinders, prevents, impairs: len .i. bacail, ut est lenaidh logh n-enech .i. bacaid logh n-enech na flatha, O'Dav. 1162. ro collad .i. ro bacad, O'Mulc. 242. ní bhacub ┐ ní furailium forru, LB 273b73 . in tíí . . . da mbacann grad in tsaegail úmla na hanma do denum who is prevented by, PH 7756. don ḟir na diaig ni bacc baīs/bratt don chriaid era chomaīs, LB 226 marg. sup. bactur deoch uisgi fuair dib they must not be given, Rosa Ang. 70.1 . do bhacus uime an crech I stopped him from the plunder, Duan. Finn i 5 § 30. dobadhmar-ne co santach do dul annsin nogo bacadar daine glicca din é, Maund. 266. muna bhaca cadad . . . é (viz. lenition), IGT Introd. 10.z . cia do-ghéabhainn go Gráinne/ do bhacfadh dhí a dearbháile to lighten her sorrow, DDána 76.1 . bacaid gan Día d'ésdecht ar ngerán (= they hinder our prayers from being heard by God), RSClára 156a . níor bhacas don pheann mo dhoilghis d'innisin, Mac Aingil 4968 . ? bachaig (? leg. baccaid) mo c[h]rod do chomraind, ZCP viii 226 § 19.

(b) lames (cf. baccaigid): rodallad indaro fer ┐ robaccad (leg. -aiged?) araili, RC x 218.75 .

Vn. baccad.

baccaige

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n , f. (baccach) lameness: ron íc do baccaigi, Trip.² 1529. coiche buidhri bacaide blindness, deafness, lameness, Cóic Con. Fug. 35 § 39. céim bacaighe disablement, impair- ment, TSh. 3345. simplidhecht nō bacuighe na Gaoidhelge stiffness, awkwardness, RSClára p. 154.17 .

baccaigecht

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n = baccaige: ata . . . brathair damsa . . . i mbacaigecht, Vita Br. 40.