bannae

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Forms: bainne, bainne

n io. Later bainne.

(a) drop: ni fera cid oen banne, Thes. ii 292.14 (Ml. Poems ii). nī contesba banne ass (a vat), 348.3 (Hy. v). lir bannai ḟleochaid, SR 523. ro sūig in tairr . . . cona farcaib bannai de, Sc.M² 17. banna drúchtae, BDD² 599. banna fola, LU 8398 ( FB 27 , H). trí bainne cétmuintire: bainne fola, bainne dér, bainne aillse, Triads 126 (banda, v.ll.). bandai cormmai, Mon. Tall. 129.15 (§ 6) . isin fuil ceithri mbaindi a slight wound (?), Laws v 478.25 Comm. banni do neim, Thr. Hom. 24.14 . bainne don gem- lóchet, Arch. iii 4.28 . banna dia n-ass, RC viii 54.6 v.l. mír nō banna bite or sup, Aisl. MC 23.23 . tic o adbur toitis na boindhidha `comes from matter falling in drops', Rosa Ang. 320.21 . Fig. braen bec do rath na ngrás, De Contemptu 1451 (bainde, v.l.). ? tre banna miach tortaide, LU 8888 ( FB 68 rhet.). In general sense liquor: meic beōiri, buaid mbainde, Aisl. MC 33.17 . By extension: nī raibe bainni sōethae foair the slightest trace of disease, ZCP iii 227.26 . Prov. banna ría frais very little compared with what is to follow, LU 8679 ( FB 52 ). dob e-sein an bainni ria frais do Moig Luirg, Ann. Conn. 1404.5 . Cf. FM iv 1042.3 . [ba] bainne re frais ┐ ba begán a ffail moráin gach comhlann d'ar cuireadh a bhfail an chomruicsin, ITS v 142.10 .

As pseudo-n. pr. Húan ┐ Broen ┐ Banna (three cupbearers), BDD² 1154.

(b) Med. pustule: baindedha ┐ algada an bhéil, O'Gr. Cat. 199.1. slicht na mbaindidedh on bolguig, Rosa Ang. 314.21 . baindi bec dubh, 28.11 . b.¤ aillse running ulcer, see aillsiu.

(c) milk (always bainne): b.¤ gl. lac, Ir. Gl. 966. bainde cích gl. nuptie, 326 . as .i. b.¤ , O'Cl. uachtair báinne (sic) cream, LL 18190. bó b.¤ a milch cow, Laws ii 176.17 Comm. baindi goirt, O'Gr. Cat. 193.1. ré leinibh do beathuighear re b.¤ , Donl. vi.y . b.¤ almont see almont (A 291.12).

bannán

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n [o, m.] (bannae) small drop: bannan bec bec, Mon. Tall. 150.34 (§ 61) .

? banncaib

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n d p.: gan bheith red bhanncaibh baoghail / a shanntaigh, a sheanshaoghail, DDána 53.26 (` banquets (?),' Ir. Monthly 1922, 343 ; sandbanks ?).

bannlám

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n (1 bann + lám) name of a measure of length, twenty- four inches (?); in Bedell, cubit: tri bannlamha don talamh, BNnÉ 124 § 74 (a grave). do batur cethra bannlama an gach laimh . . . dó (of a giant), ITS xix 50.3 . cía agaibh . . . fhédas áonbhannlámh do chur léna airde? Matthw. vi 27. bannlamh, feadh `a fathom', Eg. Gl. 106. See Dinneen .

bannrach

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n [ā, f.](? 1 bann) enclosure: marcshlua is coisithe chuirid i ngléas mhaith / 'na mbannruig tímcheall cruinn gach taobh díobh, Five Political Poems p. 89.96 . See Dinneen .

banrád

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n (ben + rád) women's talk, prattle, conversation with a woman: b.¤ gl. uerbosae, Wb. 29a5 . banrad menci fri ban- scalæ (= colloquium frequens cum mulieribus), Ériu vii 144 § 20 .

banscál

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Forms: bannscál

n o, n. and ā, f. (ben + 1 scál). Also bannscál. (a) warrior woman (?) Éigse xxxi 31 : ní raib fénid (fer fe(i)ne, v.l.) ná banscál ´sind loccán i mbíat `warrior or woman there should not be in the place in which they dwell´ Ériu iii 104 § 37a . (b) woman, female, laywoman: banscal niresach, Vita Br. 24. bete banscala occar timthirect gl. mulierem sororem, Wb. 10c22 . digbala áis bainscáil, Sg. 63b5 . is aoi lobair aoi gach banscaile, O'D. 540 (H. 3.17, 433). trilis na bandscāile, Cáin Ad. 3. conid Líadain congairiu / cach b.¤ nád athgniniu, Liad. and Cuir. 16.4 . indtan mbís galar míostai for bandscal, Mon. Tall. 132.30 (§ 14) . iss í b.¤ rotathbēogedh . . . Smirgat, Cáin Ad. 9. maith sin, a b.¤ , BDD² 545. con-accatar a n-oen-bandscáil do dorus na Bruidhne, 536 . in b.¤ LU 1655. rocólutar a scrit inna banscalai, Harl. 5280, 54a (cited from Meyer Contribb.). etar fheidhb ┐ bannscail `widows and ordinary women', St. Ercuil 442. orphāin na heguilsi . . . eitir fer-scāil is ban-scāil `including boys and girls', Fl. Earls 176.13 .

banta

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(ghostword): b.¤ `a neece', Eg. Gl. 781. Leg. banua Celtica xix 138 .

bánta

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n pl. untilled lands, green fields, leas: slán dá móintibh is dá bántaibh, Keat. Poems 23. tar bánta tar bruacha across fields, Mann. and Cust. ii 282. atá an talamh gan taradh ar a bántaibh, E. O'Rahilly 164.67. Cf. bán II (b).

banthaig

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x see bandtaig.

bantrocht

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Forms: -acht, -achta, -a-, banntrachd, banntrachta

n -acht (ben + 3 trácht?). ? Orig. n.: b.¤ nEmna, LU 5198 (b.¤ Ulad, 8230 ). g s. in bantrochta, -achta. n p. -a- banntrachd f., IGT Decl. § 26. Cf. banntracht tsleibi A., RC xxiv 380.17 .

Company of women, female retinue; womenfolk: b.¤ coem, SR 6277. alaind b.¤ . . . / ingena Áeda Abrat, LU 3753. do saigid in bantrochta, 8856 ( FB 65 , H). in b.¤ . . . .i. tri coicait ban, TBC 1357. do bhīdīs trī caogaid ban [i n-a b]anntrocht (of a king's daughter), ML² 488. bágh an banntrochta, Prolegomena 45 § 25 . Freq. in pl. Etain ┐ a banntrachta immpi, IT i 128.18 (TE). do mnaib ┐ bantrochtaib, LU 6536. mna ┐ macama ┐ bantrachta na nGall, Cog. 102.5 . brugh na mbantracht mbanda míonla, Keat. Poems 859.