béiccech

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Forms: béiccfech, béccach

adj [o, ā] (cf. béiccid). Also béiccfech, béccach crying, roaring: mar leomhan bhéicfeach ag gabháil fá gcúairt, 1 Pet. v 8. (1681) = bhéicfeadhach, 1602 .

As subst. o, m.: béccaig ┐ búridaig `shriekers and shouters', Met. Dinds. iii 20.260 . [ā, f.] crying, roaring: ar fhoirbhéicigh gacha hainmhidhe, DDána 111.24 (384.16). ni bi buirech . . . na bid becech lowing ? (of a cow), O'C. 250 (H 3.18, 145). See béicnech.

béicced

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vn. of béiccid. act of shouting, crying out, roaring, etc.: dul fo eghem ┐ beciud cry (of distress, `i.e. following the hue and cry', Plummer MS. notes), Anecd. iii 22.7 . ēgem . . . .i. capra .i. béced doni bleating, Corm. Y 542. na denad beicida `let him not . . . shout', Rosa Ang. 242.18 . ro-ss-lēic [in leac oigridh] bēiceadh . . . ōs aird, Fl. Earls 56.18 . gol-gháire, búdhaire, béiceadh (of sounds of lamentation), TSh. 6539. In compds.: co closs in bladhbhéced sin ilmílti for cach leth `loud clamour' (of a trumpet), St. Ercuil 174. la torrainn- beicedh a ttrompadh ┐ a ttapúr `loud braying' (Gloss.), Hugh Roe² 176.x . ro clos búireadh-bhéiceadh na mbóthainteadh, FM vi 2016.15 .

béiccedach

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n [ā, f.]= béicced: no lindais ifern da nglaodhaib et beicethaigh, Aisl. Tund. 104 § 2. beicedach na n-alta, CCath. 4171. a buiredach ┐ a becedach (sic leg.) as co clethi nimi (of Laocoon), Aen. 494. beicedhach agarb on dragun ` roar ', ZCP vi 295.12 . beicedhach ┐ seidfedach `yelling . . . of . . . sea-monsters', RC xxviii 310.7 . bachlaigh ag becedhoig ┐ acc buiredhaigh, TFrag. 24.7 .

béiccedán

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n o, m. (béicced): a bhennáin, a bhuiredháin / a bhéiceadháin `little clamourer ', Buile S. 62.30 .

béiccid

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Forms: beicim

n of humans, animals, and inanimate things cries, roars, bellows: beicim gl. farcio (leg. uagio, ed.), Thes. ii 42.10 . béccis as a mbronnaib a triur `it (a goat) bleated from the bellies of the three', Trip. 466.14 . becid borbdam banodhur, IT iii 87 § 99. fot chriol brond becestar (becustair, v.l.) / be ḟuilt budichass, i 69.2 (Lg.). nonbar cloindi coimperta based nodusbereth-si . . . con beicidis asa broind (of Leburcham), YBL 177a40 . beccistair in tairbini, RC x 226 § 18. ro- bhúirset ┐ robeicset (the Ulaid) amal damhu damhghaire `bellowed', Lism. L. 3108. do bhéicsead na bleidhmhíola, DDána 46.44 . do bhéic an leomhan, Amos iii 8 .

Vn. béicced.

beichairc

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(ghostword): beichairc Eg. Gl. § 745 . Leg. beich, airc Celtica xix 139 .

béicnech

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x béiccech: b.¤ na sgíath da sgoilteadh, Leabh. ó Láimhsgr. ii 85.9 .

beile

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x see 2 meile.

béile

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n m. (Engl. loanword) meal: trosgadh fada óm bh.¤ , Oss. iii 236.23 . adubhairtsion go n-itheadh mart san mb.¤ `an ox at a meal', Ó Bruad. i 106.9 . is dóigh nach fuarais proinn aoinbh. i mbliadhain ann so `one full meal', 10 . a' suidhe chum b.¤ , ZCP v 223.733 (Midn. Court).

béilfhlesc

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n (bél + flesc) rim, edge: corn go mbeileisg d'ór, Duan. Finn i 65.32 . béilfhleasg óir (on a sword), ii 132.z .

béilge, béllic

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x see bellic.