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.

baccaigid

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v (baccach) lames; prevents: daine aile da bacaichius ┐ daine aile do chromus, YBL 150b14 . is andsa chath-sin do bacaighedh Mac Con . . . do sleigh Aililla, RC xvii 11.1 (Tig.). do bacaighedh a each ó adhbhar eiccin, ITS xvi 54.19 . ó baccaidhter sin de if that is prevented, Rosa Ang. 114.2 . See baccaid.

baccáil

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late vn. of baccaid. act of hindering, preventing; a hindrance: len .i. bacail, ut est lenaidh logh n-enech .i. bacaid logh n-enech na flatha, O'Dav. 1162. do bhacail na hoibri, AU iii 84.2 . maic Fiachach Baiceda .i. bacail tṡida donid i nErinn, RC xiii 54 n.3 . nachar' fét nech sin do bacail de, Fier. 252 (nir féd a toirmisc uime, v.l.).

baccán

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n o, m. (bacc) hook; applied to a variety of hook-shaped or angled objects: brefe .i. corran no bacan no drolam, O'Dav. 272. bacan dron . . ./. . . for cech noenḟolaig a strong clasp on each covering, SR 4295. na mbaccan oir . . . no bidis a cimsaib na n-anairt, BB 242a14 . ina chathcarpat . . . cona baccánaib ┐ cona bircrúadib (hooks as offensive weapons), LU 6480. coíca echlasc findruine co mb.¤ órda for cinn cech áe, TBFr. 32. Cf. TFerbe 37 . sutralla glonide for lasad . . . for . . . baccanaib, ZCP xvii 231.20 . bacan na bainfighidh baoi hi llaimh E. `distaff', BNnÉ 191.4 . bacán siuil bainfighidh, Mart. Don. 32.8 . coíca gabhar . . . go srianaib ┐ go mbacánaibh créumha, xxxv 26 = muncib, LL 7276. fuaid lethar ar bacanuib an tsrein `on the hooks of the bridle', Celtica ii 48.36 . Of bend of arm, leg, etc. (cf. 1 bacc): do gái-se . . . tarrsna ar bacánaibh mo lámh, SG 66.8 . a mbacán m'iosgaide, Dhá Sg. Art. 1715. b.¤ áe some part of the liver (?): fearg sa domlus áe, saint sa bacan áe, Ériu ix 63.4 . intan adearar in grad do beith on bacan áe is do bacan áe na n-en tuicir é, 24 (cf. saint i mbaccaib óe, Arch. iii 223.9 ).

baccat

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n cow-dung: b.¤ .i. bō-otrac[h], Corm. Y 196. `? dis- similated from bó-cacc,' Plummer MS. notes.

bacclám

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Forms: baclam

adj o, ā (1 bacc + lám)

I maimed in a hand: baclam .i. manu captus gl. mancus, Sg. 23b6 . ? icsais in sentine ṁbaclaig (? leg. -laim), Lism. L. 328.25 . pn As epithet: Aed baclám, SG 66.2 .

II As subst. debiles .i. inna baclaim, RC viii 368.13 . di baclaim, Laws i 124.z .i. in ben is bacach lam, 142.1 Comm. dia ro-hiccad in bacclám (: dál), SR 7648.

bacclámach

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adj o, ā (bacclám) maimed in a hand: co nderna bacach baclāmhach de, unde Fiachaid Baicedha, ML² 843. pn As epithet: Murchadh Baclamhach, FM vi 2044.3 .