baise

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ind baisi .i. dabhach `dolium', Goid. 76 § 68 (Dúil Laithne).

baíse

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x see báes.

? baisech

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adj ní b.¤ blaide (: maisech), Met. Dinds. iii 336.31 . in blad bassech, 426.3 (`the applausive fame'). bladh baisech .i. biseach blaidhe, O'Cl.

baísech

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x see báesach.

baiseóc

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Forms: basóc, boiseóc, basog

n [ā, f.]. Also basóc, boiseóc (bas) slap, cuff: basog gl. alapa, Ir. Gl. 95. mo mhac aca gortugud do dornaib ┐ aca tegad do baiseocaib, LB 280b y. do buail bóiseog [cruaid] air `a cruel buffet', Fier. 147.

báisín

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n m. (Engl. loanword, Risk, p. 592.) basin: gab baisin cugad ┐ cuir uisci an[n], Ir. Astr. Tr. 148.6 . co bel an baisin, 16 . na báisínigh ┐ uile shoithighe na haltóra, Num. iv 14.

1 baislec

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n sorceress: b.¤ aupta (one of three types of women who have no right to certain compensation for injury) .i. ben basaiges nech i lluc, a ninadh .i. in piseogac `a sorceress who trafficks in charms', BCrólige 44 (Lat. basiliscus ?, ed.). ? bas Cerbaill don baslicc bairc, YBL 328b9 .

? 2 baislec

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n baisleac boair (one of seven holdings into which distrained cattle may not be taken) .i. loc bais i mbi bo ar .i. bas loc .i. inad a mbasaighter iat tre ar na mbo, no loc bais i mbi galar, Laws iv 6.9 , and 21 Comm. b.¤ .i. log basaigthi, O'Dav. 283. Perh. same word as 1 b., Binchy, Ériu xii 69.

3 baislec

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Forms: baiscell, -ch

n = baiscell. Later -ch. b.¤ .i. eilit, ut est conlethatar brath imbe b.¤ mbíli bis .i. lethnaigi a tiagana gurab comletan fri sechid eilti disgire, O'Dav. 231. `baislech' dam, Met. Gl. 32 § 7. Lec. Gl. 502. .i. dam allaidh, St. Gl. 251. bas- lach .i. dam, Lec. Gl. M 305. a sléibhte gheárr mar pháircibh baislioch ` deer -parks', Ó Bruad. i 32.16 .

4 ba(i)slec

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Forms: Bassilici

n Orig. ā, f. ? Also as o-stem. (Lat. basilica) church: baislic .i. eclais righ, O'Dav. 258. baslec .i. a basilca graece, eclesia latine, tec[h] ríg nime, O'Mulc. 182. baslic .i. rigdae, basilion graece, rex latine, unde basilci .i. relci, ar batar ríg tantum no adnaictis intib, 128 . ráid cosecrad ṁbaslic Eoin, Fél. Nov. 19 (mbaislic, v.l.). iar mbreith ind ríg do baislic, SG 396.22 . do-rónait tra baslicc moir occu dó, co tucsat a chorp innte, PH 2157.

As n. loc. mors Fiachrach . . . abbatis Baslice, AU i 230.1 (an. 764 ). Imgoe Baislice (Baislicci, v.l.), Trip.² 1185. Sachelus Basilice (Bassilici, v.l.) Móire, 1212 . See also Hog. Onom.

baiste

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x see baithis.