barrad, bairred

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Forms: bairrid

u, m. vn. of 1 barraid, bairrid. IGT Verbs § 71 , § 80 . act of surpassing; blunting; fastening, clenching: gach focal ón laoch gan baoghal bárrtha (berrtha, v.l.), Hackett xl 119 . cá bh-fuil fear a bhárrtha where is his superior ?, Hard. i 26.9 . ōn barrad sin tuc in c[h]loch ar armaib Guill from that blunting, ML² 402. as daingin do bi (sc. tairngi) ar n-a barradh annsa maide driven, Smaointe B. Chr. 4348. d'éis bairrthe na dtrí dtairrnge `now that the three nails have been driven', Aithd. D. 59.35 . ag barredh úirierna a n-each, ZCP ii 359.6 .

barragóid

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n conceit (?): measaim gur poinnte poimpe is barra- góide, Ó Bruad. iii 216.7 .

1 barraid, bairrid

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v (1 barr) IGT Verbs § 71 , § 80 . With AR overcomes (?), gets the better of (?): tar nach barrthair ar (barr- thaigtir, v.l.) bhiodhbhaidh better than whom nobody overcomes an enemy (?), DDána 99.36 . pierces, nails; shoes (horses): ar bharr [Éanmhac] th'ochta all who pierced, etc., DDána 44.11 . do bhairr re cách cheithre crú, IGT Verbs ex. 636. bróg eich a mbearna gur barr, 730 . níor barradh faoi ar iarnaibh each `steeds have not been shod', TD 17.64 . níor bairreadh ar th'each gan adhbhar, Aithd. D. 66.14 . Vn. barrad.

2 barraid

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v (? Engl. loanword) bars, hinders : barraim an fhírinne cheart `justice . . . I bar', Ó Bruad. i 6.7 . strille na straipeann dá mbarradh uim stuacaire `if he hindered', iii 172.3 . a's mana mbarraidh do chumhacht gabhan se tri mo lár, Hard. ii 384.9 .

barraide

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n (1 barr): barraidhe bogásach , TSh. 5428 ` upstart, haughty aspirant ' (Vocab.).

barraigecht

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n f. (1 barr) excess, surplus: samhoil na barroigheachta atá ag céad bliaghan ar aon lá, Desid. 4808. don bharroigh- eacht fhíona from the surplus of wine, 6534 .

barrain

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x see bairrín.

barrán

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n o, m. (1 barr) tops of trees and flowers, bush; head of hair: barrān beithe, ZCP x 45.22 . dáig ind ḟuilt ro ṡamailser fri dath barrá[i]n sobairchi `the top of the primrose', GJ x 579 § 2 ( = Festschr. Stokes 3 ). b.¤ budi (bude, MS.), buge nglé (of the colour of the pupil of Niall Noígiallach's eye) `the crown of the woad', § 3. barrā[i]n bit[h]chai `perennial bushes', K. and H. 18. barrān cōert[h]ainn `bush of rowan', 19 . co braine barráin bith-rúaid `with a fringe to her poll right red' (`head of hair', Gloss.), Met. Dinds. iii 278.10 .

barránach

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adj o, ā (barrán): bileach . . . beandanach barranach leafy (?), IT iii 98 § 159.

barrann

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n (1 barr + finn): is maith in b.¤ cuilcenann gelmongach `the white-topped . . . is good' (of horses), Celtica ii 42.143 . is maith in b.¤ riabach, 152 .

barrannta

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adj ron dūisgfe ar Tigerna / atrē an brugh b.¤ (bruth baranta, Lec. 171 ra 25 ), ZCP viii 207.6 . la Bresal mbailc mb.¤ , LL 385c52 = . . . . mbaranda, BB 128a11 (`furious', BR² 154 § 3 ). See baranda.