badamlacht

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n ar met . . . a nemi ┐ a mb.¤ (of the Norsemen), Cog. 52.15 (naimdemhlacht, v.l.). For bodbamlacht `krieger- ische Wut', Wortk. 116.

badb

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Forms: Badb, baidhbh, bodb, Badbchadh

n ā, f. Note also a s. Badb, LL 6939. n p. baidhbh, IGT Decl. ex. 814. Earlier bodb. Name of a war-goddess; hooded crow; scald-crow (in which form the goddess appeared). See RC i 32 ff. , ÉC viii 407 f . and Heldensage p. 63 . Repres- ented as stirring up conflict, foretelling slaughter and rejoicing over the slain; in translation literature usually equated with the Furies. Machae .i. b.¤ nō asī an tres morrīgan, O'Mulc. 813. Nemain Danand B.¤ is Macha/Morrígu . . ./ bantuathecha Tuathe De Danand, LL 16541. cu cuala ní in boidb dinib collaib, LU 4937. ind Neamain (.i. in B.), TBC 2444. atcithea in b.¤ catha gach n-aidhchi (= Erinnys), CCath. 902. an b.¤ . . . .i. Tisipone, TTebe 4313 . cru fechto .i. b.¤ , Corm. Y 308. Cf. O'Dav. 375. teathra .i. badhb, no feanóg, O'Cl. badhbh, fíach garbh, préachan ingneach, Eg. Gl. 59. ? cro tria rinne bodhbh mos linge, FM i 302.x . co ṅgés b.¤ dia burd dia blai (of a shield), LL 18398. tanac-sa im baidb buaidertha co tech m'athar (because bringing tidings of slaughter ?), TTebe 1899 . loch na baidbe (also referred to as a `péist'), BNnÉ 135. 15 . Also in human form, witch: Imdai na mBadb. Atconnarc triar nocht hi cléthi, LU 7653 . atractatar badba bána béllethna osa cennaib, LL iv 32510 . grēchfaitit badba bānæ, BDC 124 .314 . do éirgitar teóra hingena … .i. trí badhba … ┐ trí hamaidi, Comp. CC 80 § 12 .

Attrib. g s. in sense deadly, fatal, dangerous, ill-fated: badhba .i. túath, Ériu xiii 75 § 196. badhb .i. túath thire, O'Cl. crothsait cress ṁbodbae `ein Kriegsgedränge', Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 20.24 . in t-indellchró bodba fer talman, LU 6410. na bairendlecca bodba (of stones used as missiles), TBC 4662. briathra baidhbhe . . . ┐ tuath-bhan-glór (i.e. words of ill- omen), MR 294.21 . ní mar bu baidhbi (i.e. dying kine), BR 46.9 .

Of persons: a bhadhbh Chruachan (a chief), DDána 84.3 . a bhaidhbh! `thou witch!' (Aoife), Atlantis iv 120.28 . Cf. ar ógbhaidhbh eich `young raven-like steed', Magauran 1252 .

Compds. Forming nn. pr. Badbchadh, MacCarthy 184 n. Bodbgal mc. Fergale, Ann. Inisf. A.D. 752 . In other compds. usually with meaning deadly, warlike, venomous: lucht onad buidi badbfiach, Rawl. 77a22 . in badblaech Berngal, LL 2365. dochuatar huile i mbadbraind battle (?), SR 5400. badbrí Cuicidh hErend huili, Auraic. 5167. Bruchst. i 7 § 7. badbruat[h]ar calma, Aen. 2855. oc toibeim for Láegairi don badbscel ro innis (false) tale of slaughter, LU 8939 (H, FB 70 ).

With adj. in bennfhata badbluath cetlong in betha .i. Argo, TTebe 1941 .

With adj. derived from noun: mna buaidirthi badbchaeint- echa . . . na nGrec, TTebe 4777 . See also s.v. badbda.

badba

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adj expld. as evident, conspicuous . Prob. g s. of badb and inferred from some such ex. as Leb. Gab. below. badhba .i. . . . follus, Ériu xiii 75 § 196. marb i Sleb Betha, as b.¤ , Leb. Gab. 60.3 (.i. as follus). ? grian an teampaill bhric bhadhbha `conspicuous', Mann. and Cust. iii 58 n .

badbaide

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x see badbda.

badbas

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x see bádus.

badbda

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Forms: bodbda, badbaide, bodbada, badbda, badba

adj io, iā (badb). Also bodbda, badbaide, bodbada ( SG 254.28 ). appertaining to war; Badb-like, deadly, fatal: bodbdae nār Nūadu, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 14 § 2. b.¤ sluagh segma, IT iii 8.1 . b.¤ slóg, SR 4763. in plág b.¤ , 7307 (: Sodomda). is bodbdae ardibi firu i n-áthu, LU 5573. stuic . . . badhphdha, TFrag. 164.y . re hanniarracht in tṡluaigh buirb badbaidi, Cog. 52.8 . ina rúathur bodbda, Aisl. MC 47.15 . co ndernsat mbuailid mbodbdai do ṡondaigib sciath, Alex. 242. do Mhaodócc bodhbda, BNnÉ 287.3 . ris an mbeithir mbodhbhdha, DDána 98.40 . rí Luighne na lann mbadhbha, O'Hara 4131.

As subst. enemy (?): t'etan friad bodbhai ndochraidh `thy face towards thy hateful foes', AU i 224.3 (A.D. 759).

? In follg. exx. read badbda: badba, feochair, fíramnas, SR 1904 (: ballda). in bé néit badba, TTebe 3247 . gabair . . badba, bircluasach, 2279 . Adv. co . . . badhbha (= per- verse), ITS xxix 207.8 .

In follg. exx. perh. = badba (attrib. g s. of badb): ar cuailli bhadhbhdha, Acall. 1740. Ben bodbda ainm na sleige, 6875 .

badbdún

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x see badún.

badgaire

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n (with unlenited -g-) [io, m.] (? badc, see baidc) brag- gart: badhgaire bras-ráitteach, TSh. 1720. is gnáth trúmpa dá rúscadh le badhgaire, Ó Bruad. i 72.11 .

badgairecht

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n (badgaire) ` gasconading ', TSh. Gloss.: ag borradh lé badhgaireacht i ngeall ar an saidhbhreas, 7175 .

bádud

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Forms: báthad, baiti

o, m. vn. of báidid. Later also báthad.

(a) act of sub- merging, drowning: fomlámas b.¤ fo thrí gl. ter naufragium feci, Wb. 17d4 . Crīst domm imdegail . . ./ . . ./ ar b.¤ , Thes. ii 357.12 (Patrick's Hy.). bādud .i. ōndī is baath .i. muir, Corm. Y 113. a lind bāiti būaball draught that makest drinking-horns o'erflow, Bruchst. i 16 § 31. ar daigin . . . a (sic leg.) baite to drown him, Laws v 208.2 Comm. mo uli lebar do badud that I have thrown all my books into the sea, PH 2243. cuan baoghlach ar mbáidhteine, Aithd. D. 60.3 . Attrib. g s. in tan tanacais do thuind baiti chugam `from shipwreck', Aen. 833.

(b) act of overwhelming, overpowering, suppressing, destroy- ing; destruction, extinction: badud ondī as batailia .i. gimnasia .i. nochtfrecorthid cēill, O'Mulc. 175. badhadh . . . ar gach cill, Anecd. ii 38 § 13. bās is bādhudh, Ériu iii 30 § 8. co ndechaid a ngail for bathad `their valour melted away', Marco P. 126. an Scoitbhéarla . . . do dhul i mbáthadh, Keat. ii 1026.

(c) act of quenching, extinguishing (of fire, thirst, etc.): nachar' fag spreigh dí gan bathadh, Fier. 164. ní déne tenid ratha/is and is gair a b.¤ , Ériu i 194 § 5. itta gan bathad, Rosa Ang. 270.23 . báthadh gomha to suppress ill-feeling, IGT Decl. ex. 986.

b.¤ cainnell excommunication (see also caindelbáthad): iar mbathad a connel do clercib Connacht after being excommunicated by, Ann. Conn. 1233.3 = FM iii 268.4 . síth báitte coindel a solemn peace, 228.y (see note).

(d) elision, assimilation, disappearance (of a sound) (Murphy Metrics p. 39): báthadh connsuine (iththe . . . dá .th. d'ogham ┐ éintinne lom do gháoidheilg), IGT Introd. 14.22 . ar bháth- adh nguthaidhe, 2.21 . eól ar uile chumhachtuibh connsuin- eadh idir chadad ┐ bháthadh ┐ bhogadh ┐ chrúadhughadh, 15 . ni dleaghar guthaighi deridh an ḟocail . . . do bathudh amail mar ata buidhi uaini (contrasted with buidhuaini), Metr. Faults 289.11 .

badún

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Forms: bhadbdhun

n o, m. (ba (pl. of bó) + dún ?) enclosing wall, fortified enclosure (for protection of cattle ?), Anglo-Irish bawn (see N.E.D.): cur loisc bódhún Atha, . . . ┐ co tucsat bhú imdha leo dá tigh, ALC i 206.3 . dochodur . . . dar in mbadun ┐ dar clasaig inn aileoin i rrabatur bai in tiri uli, Ann. Conn. 1236.8 . badhún ceathramhan an Chaisill, Hy Fiachr. 174.2 . columain mór . . . ┐ . . . cosmailes babhdúin uime da cech leith, BNnÉ 71 § 121 . bhadbdhun, § 122 . caislen . . . ┐ badhun . . . ina timcell . . . ┐ gardha roalaind ara taibh astigh don badhun, Maund. 252. Caislén ┐ Badhún Bhaile Locha Capuill . . . in Badhún beg . . . ┐ in Badhún mór, ML App. 182. 21 , 23 , 24 . ar gach íocaidhe da mbia sa mbadhún (i.e. whose cattle are in the b.¤ ), 184.9 .