baramail

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n i, f. (Lat. parabola with infl. of samail, see Breatnach, Éigse vi 341 ff.) IGT Decl. § 10.

(a) comparison, the like, match: baramhail don aon cath comparable with, Cog. 114.16 . ni fuair riem b.¤ an comlainn sin, CCath. 2968. as co cath in lai sin no cuirthe ar bh.¤ it used to be compared, 5587 . samhuil na baramhuil . . . do dhoishininn na h-oídhche sin, Celt. Rev. x 134.14 . baramhail dóibh their like, ITS i 80.22 . fear do bharamhla your like, O'R. Poems 418. maraidh bríogh na baramhla `the force of the comparison', Aithd. D. 94.31 . builli a baramail sin such a blow, St. Ercuil 1346. baile i mbaramhail doiséin a place comparable with it, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 183.82 . uth bó bruithi do bior a b.¤ do cath-bhuid- nib . . . Connacht he likens to, MR 124.9 . nir ḟed . . . bar- amhail do thabairt do churp an prinnsa sin could find no comparison for, Aisl. Tund. 134 § 2 (barsamail, v.l., 108 § 2).

(b) opinion, conjecture, surmise : b.¤ gl. opinio, Ir. Gl. 877. baramhail-saoilneas `an opinion, phantasie', Eg. Gl. 86. doreir baramhla na ndaeine nglic, Maund. 157. égsamhlacht bharamhla (= diuersity of opinions), RSClára 81a . baramhail ar bhráth (in list of impossible things), ML 98.12 . b.¤ aithgne partial recognition : ótchonnairc F. in cúicer sin uada tuc b.¤ aithgne dóib (i.e. they seemed familiar to him), SG 275.5 . baramhail aithne agam / atá . . . / ar do ghlár, DDána 101.45 . Cf. tugus b.¤ dod marcaighecht your horsemanship seemed fam- iliar to me, ZCP vi 95.y . at annsa dia n-eccmaltibh baramhail forra `to recognise (identify) them', TBC St. 4662 and n. Note also: tucus do b.¤ doibh co raibhe edach cristaidhi fa droing dibh I recognized that. . . ., Maund. 257. thugadar cách do bharamhail gur b'iad féin do bhí ann, ITS i 166.8 . tug O. baramhail an[n] sin co raibh . . . surmised, Feis TC 1228. ní thugaim bharamhuil gurab ó droichinntinn do níthear ní ar bioth I do not suppose, Desid. 2476.

Of (erroneous) religious opinions: dona tri baramhlaibh seachranacha (= tribus sectis), ITS xxix 174.2 . os baramh- lacha iad . . . ┐ nach creideamh fire, Luc. Fid. 5137. 5158 .

(c) likelihood; expectation, hope : tásg baramhla `news to give us hope', Aithd. D. 65.1 . a hóigh gur bhean baramhail `a sign of hope', 65.39 . ar mhéd mbaromhla (quality of a prince), O'Hara 3012. ? ar bharomail fer nÉirenn, Gleanings 32 § 21. leis tír Bréifne ó bharamhail (of a prince whose father was still alive), O'R. Poems 9.

baramlach

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adj o, ā (baramail) opinionated, of the opinion ; dubious, questionable ; likely, promising : ? bathlach borb (baramhlach, v.l.), barbardha, BNnÉ 237 § 161 (` opinionative, obstinate ', Gloss.). as mo as barúlach me go ndamanothar . . . (= potius crediderim), Stapleton, Catechismus, Oraid § 12 . gach áoinghniomh amhghlan, nó drochbharamhlach (= suspi- cious), RSClára 147a . Superl. an mac . . . is dóchuissidhi bharamhlaidhe . . . tánic a Connachtuibh, ALC ii 442.26 .

baramlaid

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v (baramail) opines, supposes : go mbaramhlair iad .i. go sileann tu no gurab baramhuil dhuit so no sud, Luc. Fid. 5133. See also Éigse x 283 f .

baramlugad

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vn. formation from baramail: mac toimden . . . atathar aca baramlughadh re athair airithe (of affiliating a putative son), O'C. 702 (H. 3.18, 338).

baran

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x see barn.

baranda

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adj io, iā (barae) hostile, etc.: bebuis barbund barando, KZ xxxiii 83.23 (rhet.). buidhne bailci . . . bagac[h]a b.¤ Bretan, CCath. 5367. la Breasal mbalc mb.¤ , BB 128a11 . See barrannta.

baránta

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Forms: baránda, barána

n ( AN loanword, Risk, p. 598, 655. Or Engl. ?) baránta baránda barána m., IGT Decl. § 2 (39.31) . warrant, authority, guarantee: cen baranta aige acht titul ata crosta o dligud eclaisi Dé, PH 7599. ní budh mór dá bh.¤/ tosach an teagaisg ríoghdha as a guarantee of it, DDána 120.2 . comartha na Trinoidi mar baranta again[n], Fier. 214. fear a bh.¤ Ó Braonáin, Top. Poems² 1148 . an rí caránta ar a cígh / b.¤ í don airdrígh, DDána 9.5 . baránda an antruim d'ḟulang one fit to withstand oppression, Content. xxix 29. ceann feadhma ┐ b.¤ buidhne (of St. Peter), Eochairsg. 4.27 . Keat. Poems 733. an caiptín cosgrach . . . ┐ an b.¤ bríoghmhar. . . . .i. Brutus, TSh. 5564. budh é an Tighearna do bh.¤, ┐ cuimhdeochuidh sé do chos (= confidence), Prov. iii 26. ní b.¤ inchreidthe é fa rígh Lochlann do bheith 'na rígh Éireann . . . authority (of Hanmer), Keat. i 46.22 .

In Laws Comm. guarantor, surety : o togbus urrad [.i.] baranta aonfecht, O'C. 2165 ( Eg. 88, 4d ). Cf. o togbus urra enfeacht, 291 (H. 3.18, 160). urrad conaiti [leg. u. conai tacra] .i. baranta togbus tacradh a surety who upholds defence, ibid. ni fuil coir aigi cum an baranta, 292 (161).

barántacht

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Forms: báranntacht

n [ā, f.] (baránta) protection: co mbeth sōlās ┐ barānt- acht fir aice (of the Blessed Virgin), Smaointe B. Chr. 476. báranntacht, 23 F 16, 33.24 .

barántamail

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Forms: barántamhuil

adj (baránta) authoritative, trustworthy : an mhéid bheanas re seanchus Éireann, is inmheasta go raibhe baránt- amhail, Keat. i 78.15 . a hiliomad d'ughdaraibh barántamhla, O'Gr. Cat. 45.29. Adv. go barántamhuil authoritatively , Eochairsg. 4.12 .

barántas

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Forms: barantus, barántacht

n o, m. (baránta) authority, command : tuccustair oircinnecht ┐ aird-cennus an bhaile fora breith ┐ fora bharán- tus into his power and authority, BNnÉ 265 § 228 . Iarla Cille dara . . . do chur barantais Gall na Midhe dhe, AU iii 364.17 . paspart ┐ barāntus in arsdiūc d'fagāil, Fl. Earls 24.z . barāntus ┐ augdarrās in athar naomhtha, 192.1 . L. . . . i mb.¤ tosaigh na sluagh `as commander-in-chief of the forces', Keat. ii 4801. ó dhílinn go b.¤ Maoise ar chloinn Israel, 465 . ag déanamh barántais ar shluagh gacha críche commanding, i 66.x . breug . . . gan b.¤ `unwarranted', 24.3 . barantus, Commission , Eg. Gl. 751. Note also: ar barantus an fhir protection , Smaointe B. Chr. 479 (? leg. barántacht, cf. 476 ).

barbairib

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Forms: barbuiribh

n d p. (Engl. loanword) barbers: dona barbuiribh (= barberijs), ZCP xviii 272.34 .