báigid

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Forms: bágaid, -fidir

v also bágaid (bág).

(a) declares, asserts, utters; under- takes: dobeir barr, no bágu / Nouimbir for slúagu, Fél. Nov. 30 (.i. geallaim, O'Dav. 253 ). cé ro báige `if thou engage that it is', Ep. 27. bagim-se, LU 10424 (rhet.). robāgus . . . comroc fri C. imbārach I have undertaken, TBC² 1189. firfitir baga baigfithir (-fidir, v.l.) fir truth will be uttered (?), ZCP viii 565.8 (rhet.). bagasu in scel sa, Ériu v 234.30 . bágim báig for Laignechaib / . . . / na fríth sluag de Gaedelaib/ bad mó ánlecht, LL 6343 ( ZCP xxiv 142 § 48 ). bagaim conid bairdni bind. / debidi alaindi mrind, 5257 . ra bágait a mbrechta. ┐ ra canait a ndíchetla, 32474 ( TTr. 1671 ). baigim co fir . . . nach dernais . . ., MR 202.1 . b.¤ bréithir declares: baighis C.Ch. a breithir . . . con-soifed a cloich fuirri, ZCP viii 542.1 . baigim-si briathar . . . nach d'ic t'ḟalad . . . tangasa riot-sa, MR 262.y . báighim-si briathar cumad ferrdi lim-sa gach lerdacht . . ., 308.11 .

(b) threatens (folld. by rel. clause or direct obj. of thing threatened, FRI of person against whom threat is uttered): aní báigther rim, mo marbad, Trip.² 620. in gnim ro baigistar, O'C. 2423 ( Eg. 88, 33ab ). in tan baighis nech olc ┐ forcumaing an tolc sin . . . don tí ris a mbaigther, 2422 (ibid.). ní baga fri ríg, LL 345a25 . robáighed friss ┐ doráidhsed droch- briathra, RC xvii 29.16 (Tig.).

(c) glories, boasts, prides oneself (on) (somet. with refl. inf. pron.): báigmi gl. gloriamur, Wb. 2d 15 . Tuatha Dē, ba tolc tréine, / im (for, v.l.) thuaith mBolc bāigsit rīge, ZCP xiv 176.1 . cía nos baigea ingen F. . . . im gním co cumachta, LU 3894 ( SC 40 , rhet.). cia not bagea uall ollimresan, 3904 (41). ? ron bagi mór caemchenna, LL 35926 . 35923 .

(d) fights, contends (?): condom-roib it rígu / na ní ara ṁbáigiu `for which I contend', Fél. Ep. 360. di thúathaib toinget di rígnaib báiget fri namte agat, LU 5473 (rhet.). dursan nach Loegaire Buadach báigestar, LL 14271. bris, buail, baig iat `war against them' (of sins), Ir. Lit. 8.7 . lúaidfe molthu Maicc Maire / báges ar mbága finda `who fights our white fights', Thes. ii 353.2 (Hy. vi).

(e) Miscellaneous: m'atchí cech ben báigid `talks' (?), Fél.² cxlv 29. cuairt buadha ris a mbádhuim (leg. mbágaim) to which I refer (?), Ériu iv 112 § 1 (`whereof I make boast'). conid chucum bagthir cach ndelb sóer every noble form is judged by comparison with mine, LU 10313 (H, Tochm.Em.). ar cach n-olc atágur-sa / bágur-sa mac nAengusa I invoke (?), SG 389.41 . Oliuana, baigthi treith, SR 2499 `extolled by princes (?)', T 307.84 .

baigin

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Forms: baighin

n (-ín ?) (Eng. loanword) waggon: gach riachtanuis cōistighi ┐ bhaigīnidhe, Fl. Earls 20.30 . baighin `a wagon ', Eg. Gl. 66.

baiginet

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n (Engl. loanword) bayonet , Ó Bruad. iii 132.5 .

baíglenn

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Forms: baiglenn, baig- glinde, baiglend, banglend

n a s. baiglenn lemnachta, Acall. 7174. g s. na baig- glinde , 7422 . Name of some type of drinking vessel: copana ┐ baíglēnna (sic text) ┐ ena ┐ dabcha, LU 1626 (H). baeglanda (baeclanna, v.l.) umaidhe, cuirn cairedha craostolla, Anecd. ii 58.14 . na corn ┐ na mbaiglend ` goblets ', Ériu iv 26 § 15. baiglend (banglend, v.l.) do midh soóla, Acall. 7421.

baígliu

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n expld. as fawn: b[r]acem in dam, bru in eleit, baigliu in láeg . . . Atconna[r]c braichem is brú / ┐ baighliu etarru, Dinds. 34. is deil do baoighliu re a bhrú (.i. is dealugh[udh] do laogh re eilit), ZCP v 488 § 5 (B. na f.). `baigliu' laeg allaidh, Met. Gl. 32 § 7. Lec. Gl. 500. O'Cl.

? 1 bail

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n place ? See O'Brien, Celtica iv 99 . See Breatnach , Celtica x 167 ff. .: uird na forfed .i. etir b. ┐ baile, LL 5324 ( Auraic. 5423 ).

Introducing a rel. clause

(a) in a situation, condition (which, in which): in b.¤ i mbia in crecht adbol `in a case where', Bretha § 32 n.2 . bīd noem b.¤ nach coem la nech, LB 226 marg. inf. Cf. bal.

(b) (the place) where: cunice b.¤ i rrabatar Ulaid, MU² 314. bal, 845 . cia b.¤ i tá Gerg? LL 33765. co rísem b.¤ atá in Dond C., TBC 146. roling int ech . . . assa b.¤ robui, TTebe 3499 (asa fail a raiue, v.l.). in bh.¤ is dilis a airem, Laws iv 30.y Comm. dochum nimhe, uail ittá Iosa Críost, BNnÉ 53 § 51. bhail ar sgríobhsad ainm . . ., RSClára f. 97b .

See baile. Cf. (?) 2 fail.

2 bail

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n b.¤ no bil .i. urlabra, O'Dav. 293.

3 bail

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x see bal.

bailbe

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x see balbae.

bailce

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n [, f.] (balc) strength, firmness, stoutness: b.¤ ┐ brigmaire beimenn na claidem, CCath. 5864. gan bailci 'na buillib, TTebe 3185 . b.¤ a mbéimeann, DDána 111.17 .

bailcid

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v (balc): ro luathaigit láma lind ┐ ro bailcit beimenna blows were strengthened, Acall. 6492. RC xxix 130 § 39.