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 .

? barband

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ind ortus eltai ilmaignibh / . . . / bebuis barbund barando, KZ xxxiii 83.23 (H. 3.3, 32a) = bebais b.¤ bairanda, BB 378b20 .

barbár

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n (Lat. loanword): b.¤ gl. barbarus, Wb. 12d6 .

barbarach

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(cf. barbarda) adj barbarian , n foreigner : na barburaigh, Fier. 67. taisi na naem do breith asa lamaibh na [m]bar- burach, 3 . nech uasal do barburachaibh, 68 .

barbarda

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Forms: barbárda, barbárdhu

adj occas. barbárda (based on Lat. barbarus; cf. barbár).

(a) barbarous, foreign; strange : socraiti eachtrand . . . no buidne barbardha, CCath. 5808. gotha allmhardha bar- bardha, TFrag. 164.x . oc fegad ind idi b.¤ , TBC 580. táchim slúaig barbardai, MU² 515. muna thuige mé brígh an ghotha, biáidh mé [am dhuine] bharbarrgha ag an tí labhrus, 1 Cor. xiv 11.

(b) violent, vehement, fierce, mettlesome: borb b.¤ bruthmar, TBC 1011. is b.¤ 's is cauratta in tuarascbáil, MU² 614. ris an each mborb mbarbardha, Aithd. D. 81.5 . an peacach bocht barbardha, A. Ó Dálaigh xix 7. Adv. at-raachtatar Ulaid co b.¤ ara n-armaib, MU² 161. ac slaide . . . co dremun ┐ co b.¤ , CRR 47.

As subst. na barbárdhu (= hostes), Lat. Lives 89.10 . cathugud frisna barbárdusa, LL 31040 ( TTr. 221 ). frisan mbarbarrdha, fri Balur the fierce one, Cath MT 1060. na barbardhaigh (viz. Picts and Scots), Keat. ii 6111.

barbardacht

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n ā, f. (barbarda) violence, fierceness : triar . . . a finib Fomórach and, fo blad barbardachta, TFerbe 164 . b.¤ na comérgi, MU² 116. ba sed a b.¤ at-raachtatar cuna fargaib sleg ar aidlind . . . na torchair, 494 . in b.¤ fil inna churp (of the Cyclops), Mer. Uil.² 58.

barbrúch, barbróg

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Forms: barbróg

n (based on Lat. or Engl.) barberry : coróin . . . do sgeith ghil . . . ré n-aburar barbrúch, Maund. 16. barbróg `the barbery-bush', Eg. Gl. 753.

? barc

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n b.¤ .i. iomad ` abundance ', O'Cl.