basáille

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n (Engl. loanword, cf. Risk p. 592) vassal: iar n-a thréigean óna bhasáillibh, Desid. 331 (b(h)asáille, Gloss.). Cf. basal `a vassal or slave', P. O'C. See U 39.15.

básaire

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Forms: basairid

n m. (bás) executioner: atconncatar na basaire (basairid, v.l.) go mbealaib ┐ co n-ailtnibh berrt[h]o, Aisl. Tund. 101 § 2 . atbert in ri fria bassairib `executioners', Ériu v 150.80 . na feoldenmaidh ┐ na bassairedh(d)a, 82 . aen . . . d'iarsma na mbasairedh, Marco P. 173. ro cuindigh gusna básairigh- ibh an saccart do bhásucchadh riamh, FM vi 2372.5 . an b.¤ nó an céasdúnach, TSh. 122.

basairtt

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x see bastard.

1 basal

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Forms: baisel

n also baisel. Expld. as judgement, pride: `rosal' (b., v.l.) breath, Met. Gl. 11 § 12. b.¤ `judgment', Eg. Gl. 746. `b.' díomus, Met. Gl. 11 § 12. baiseal .i. diomas, O'Cl. a umhlacht gan bhaiseal, Ó Bruad. ii 270.10 . b.¤ .i. díomas ` pride, arrogance, haughtiness ', P. O'C.

2 basal

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x see basáille.

basalixa, basailic, basailist

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n (Lat. loanword) basilisk: marbaid lena suilibh é mar doníd an basalixa, Maund. 261. natracha. aspi. basilisti, LB 141b35 . for in n-aspid ┐ for in mbassilic (= super aspide[m] et basiliscum), PH 4846.

básamuil

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adj (bás) mortal: beatha bhásamhail, De Imit. 86.13 .

basbaire

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Forms: basmaire, bas- bhaire, basmhaire

n m. Also basmaire: b.¤ `a fencer ', Eg. Gl. 757. bas- bhaire, basmhaire, P. O'C.

1 basc

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n b.¤ `a storm or heavy fall of rain ', P. O'C.

Compd. bascbemnech na n-ech, CRR § 53.3 (leg. blosc- ?).

2 basc

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n see Ped. i 77.24 . Expld. as necklet, neckband, apparently consisting of or decorated with beads of precious stone and circular in shape: b.¤ dano cach nderg. b.¤ in tan is do chuim- riuch brāget is nomen is dona mellaib dracondaib is diles when it refers to the binding of the neck it refers properly to the balls of dragon-stone (?), Corm. Y 132. See below. b.¤ a fascia (fasciae, MS.), O'Mulc. 127a. Apparently adjectival in b.¤ , cruinn `round', Eg. Gl. 758 (cf. O'Cl. below).

Compds. ¤airm circular place: b.¤ a circle , Eg. Gl. 752. baiscmell necklace of round beads: cona b.¤ fo brágait forsa rabātar secht mill ┐ secht fichet mell do smeruib mucc mugdornd `with a necklace', Aisl. MC 122.36 (perh. to be read as basc mell). Note also: baiscmhall (leg. baiscmell) .i. cruinnmheal, O'Cl.

3 basc

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adj See LEIA B-22 , ÉC xxvii 188 . Expld. as red, scarlet: b.¤ dano cach nderg, Corm. Y 132. `b.' gach derg adeire a ndan, Met. Gl. 34 § 26. b.¤ .i. derg, unde dicitur Tain: ó adhair co bibhaisc .i. bidhderg (cf. TBC² 1159 ), Ériu xiii 66 § 60. b.¤ .i. derg, O'Dav. 336. b.¤ .i. dearg, O'Cl. b., dearg Red or scarlet, Eg. Gl. 759. bascchailc `red chalk, raddle', P. O'C.