? 1 bairne

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n ba hé ar ṅgním glan gle / isind aithliu i mb.¤ , LL 331c25 . N. loc.?

2 bairne

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n pl.: a scéith fera cennaib día sáerad for barnib na cloch fragments (?), LU 5888 (H.). Hence perh.: notheilgidís forru . . . na saigte ┐ b.¤ na cloch, TTr.² 1866. ? na mboccóti iarna truastad dena calggaib ┐ dina buirnib, LL 37320. Cf. bairenn and 1 bara.

1 bairnech

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adj o, ā (barainn s. 1 barae)

(a) angry: ba barnach didiu do bréic impi Brigit, Vita Br. 27. is b.¤ mo menma frit, LU 10832 (`my mind is inflamed against thee', Ériu xii 178 § 9 ). is b.¤ do Thigerna fritso . . . do throscud indligthech fair, LL 36650. bá bairneach Ó Domhnaill . . . desidhe, FM v 1480.3 .

(b) In vaguer sense usu. alliterating: b.¤ béimnech balc- builleach vehement (?), BDD² 808. ech . . . aignech bairrnech spirited (?), LU 8667 ( FB 50 ). co brāth mb. mbalc, Bruchst. i 55 § 123 (: Laignech). ra gabastar a ṡleig ṁbarnig ṁbair- endbailc, TBC 3735.

2 bairnech

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Forms: báirnech

n o, m. (bairenn). Later báirnech. limpet, limpets: ata . . . bairrneach for carraig inte `limpets', Todd Nenn. 118.12 . fear casgairt báirneach le h-aircinn ` barnacles ', Tribes of Irel. 60.12 . tá cnuastar ar tráigh 'guinn ná luascann an sáile, / ruacain is báirnigh is duileasc, E. O'Rahilly 174.24. See Dinneen .

bairred

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x see barrad.

bairrén

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n (barr) beam, rafter: n p. bairréin .i. barraidhe no taobháin, O'Cl.

bairrin

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Forms: barraín, bairín

n (barr). Also appar. barraín. head-dress worn by a king (in his priestly capacity ?); mitre: bairín gl. mitra, Ir. Gl. 28. barrin .i. mind cind (of Priam), Aen. 1587. is gob .i. sis bis gob a bachlle (sic), no cob a barrain (etymol. gl. on epscob), Laws v 22 n.2 . mo b[h]achall is mo bharrain (Cormac mac Cuilennáin speaks), RC xxxvii 352 § 6. ro- gabastar a barrin aloind oengel ima chend, TTebe 1514 . amhail barráin `like a skull-cap (?),' Misc. Hag. Hib. 43.5 . go marthaoi bhur mbarraoin go bliadhnach buan (to a bishop) may you live to enjoy your mitre, Hackett xxvii 4 .

? bairseca

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n expld. as foolishness: `bairseaca' gach baethrod, Met. Gl. 33 § 17.

bairsech

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Forms: báirdseach, báirseóir

n ā, f. (báirseach `prop. báirdseach, fem. bard,' Dinneen . Cf. however báirseóir `a scold', ibid.) scold: a bhfochair bairsighe mná = brawling woman, Prov. xxi 9.

bairt

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n expld. as girl: b.¤ .i. ingen, Auraic. 5426. Cf. biairt .i. ben `femina', Goid. 76 § 61 (Dúil Laithne).

? bairte

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n a lem ocata in b.¤ co mbirtime / do línd lochlainde / nitu in fothmainde find fidhchille, IT iii 100.1 . ? Cf. bairt.