bibe

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n expld. as bee: b.¤ .i. bech, Goid. 77 § 130 (Dúil Laithne).

bibla

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n m. (Engl. loanword) bible: isin n-ais cetna sin do scribh- adh Iúdíth, stair don Bibla, MacCarthy 278.16 . atá an bibla ┐ na soscéil . . . scribtha acu ina tengthuib fein, Maund. 122. d'ughdaraibh an Bhíobla, TSh. 3212. dearbhag . . . ar bhíobla, ZCP v 207.94 (Midn. Court).

bib(r)as

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n (? Eng. vives). name of a disease in horses: don bibras … mar piastaib fasaid, ┐ bit ac siubal suas nó co tiagaid a polla na cluas astech. ┐ cuirid na heich ar mire gan fuirech `concerning bibras … it develops like worms, and they proceed upwards until they go into the ear-holes. And they soon drive horses mad ´ Celtica xvii 117 § 14 . Cf. bíobhas, no tinneas do bhias ar eachaibh faoi bhun na ccluas, Plunkett s.v. cyclus , Celtica xviii 124 .

1 bibsach

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Forms: Bibsaig

adj [o, ā] (cf. Lat. bibulus ?): b.¤ .i. ōlach, O'Mulc. 699. As n. pr. m. Bibsaig, Corp. Gen. 424.9 .

? 2 bibsach

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n expld. as killing or putting to death twice: b.¤ .i. bibasach .i. ro bāsaigestar fo dí, O'Mulc. 148.

bibsat(ar)

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x see boingid.

bibsugad

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n (cf. 1 bibsach): gach bean . . . ac b.¤ (ac aibhnius . . . biubsugud, v.l.) ┐ bansigud carousing (at a wedding feast), TTebe 720 .

bicáire

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Forms: -air(e), bicáire, biocairidhe, biocaire

n m. (Lat. loanword) also -áir and perh. -air(e). bicáire m., IGT Decl. § 2. n pl. biocairidhe, RSClára 89b . vicar: don phapa . . . bicaire Día a talmain, Maund. 26. Clement . . . bicari Cilli Ronan, Ann. Conn. 1357.11 . an biocaire Mac Murchuidh, Maguires of F. 7. ō ḟabhor . . . an bhiocáire, RSClára 89b . fá bhiocáire Chrīost, Mac Aingil 1907 . do fháguibh Críosd ar láimh a bhiocāra ar talmhuin, 5208 . do bhiocáir Chríosd, O'Hussey TC 33.8 . biocaire `vicar', Eg. Gl. 720. iar mbeith dhó 'na bhiocair ghenerálta `Vicar-General', Carney, O'Reilly Gen. Hist. 69.14 .

bicáirecht

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Forms: bicairecht

n [ā, f.] vicarage, vicarship: bicairecht gl. vicaria, Ir. Gl. 171. re Biocaireacht Chill Nádhaile a bhaineas an dá Ṡépéal sin, Maguires of F. 7. na mbiocáirechtaiph = in their . . . Vicaries, RSClára 89b .

bícherb

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n (béo + 1 cerb): bichearb ┐ bichim `Mercury or quick-silver', Eg. Gl. 725.

bíchim

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n (béo + 1 cim), see under bícherb.