? bicire

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n term of contempt: a ḟeartais abraind b.¤ (bicere, v.l., Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 70 § 189 ), IT iii 102 § 189 (a broinn b.¤ , Bruchst. 36 § 86 ).

? Cf. bigirecht.

bícont

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n (with len. b-) (Engl. loanword) viscount: roimhisneach Bhíocont Barrach, DDána 87.22 . do threasgradh bh.¤ (biocuim, biócum, v.ll.), Hackett² xxx 286.

bícum

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x see bícont.

bidba

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x see bibdu.

bidbaide

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adj [io, iā] (bibdu): a bara ba b.¤ `his wrath was implacable ', Met. Dinds. iv 320.26 .

? bidbaidech

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adj (bibdu) opposing, relating to an enemy: ar a fhior bhiodhbhaidheach (MS. bhiodhb∸; ? leg. ar a fhírbhiodhbhaibh) Celtica xvi 91 § 5 .

bidgad

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Forms: bedgad, bidhgadh

n u, m. Also bedgad. vn. of bidgaid. IGT Verbs § 80. sudden quick movement, start, fright; act of starting, jumping: bidhgadh gl. pavementum (cf. paveo and pavio), Ir. Gl. 769. memaid bánbidgud bodba d'echraid C.C., MU² 253. ro chlisesdair a cride ri groidb. na genidhechta, LL 409b10 (= MR 232.11 ). bidhgadh mor do righ Temhrach . . . a thech Casca do thuitim fair, AU ii 110.7 . in b.¤ sin ┐ in t-aduath, CCath. 769 . in bidgadh do-rinne Eoin (=stupefieri), Smaointe B. Chr. 3259. do ghaib bioga leis an mbréithir sin í (Deirdre) `she made a start', IT ii2 151.6 . uair ní fhuairsiot bedhgadh ina mballaibh acht amhail batís mairbh `life', FM vi 1918.13 . do bhíodhgadh súas = that thou stir up, 2 Tim. i 6. brosdadh, béodhadh, bruideadh, muscladh, cailgeadh, corrughudh, biodhgadh `to stir up', Eg. Gl. 69. an chéaddairt ag cur beadhgaidh, DDána 78.13 . In phr. benaid b.¤ as: dobhen sé biodhgadh barramhail boirbretha aisde he started it (the steed) off at a powerful pace, Ériu v 178.32 . a dtúis an gheimh- ridh bhíodhgtha bhraonaigh `the tearful winter that has so startled us', O'Gr. Cat. 596.20. bás bíodhgtha `violent death', E. O'Rahilly 96.10.

bidgaid

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v (bedg). Also bedgaid. IGT Verbs § 80. jumps, springs; starts; is startled, affrighted, aroused: tria chlár cruaid i toeb a chinn / ro bidgc in gái gluair gerthind the spear shot through its solid wall past his head, SR 6076. bidgais Cú Chulainn co 'mmarossed dar nói n-immarib on Gull sechtair, RC xiv 408 § 20. ro bidhg an ingen i nd-airdi `leapt up', Grail 2369 . biodhgfaidh Niall Óg a hUltaibh N. will come springing from U., Aithd. D. 15.8 . amal ro bidg ┐ immeclaig neam hi cesad Crist `shook and trembled', PH 33. ní biodhgthair (: gciontaibh) fa a fhios d'fhagháil `one is not startled to hear of it', Dán Dé xvii 23 . robethgator int aos creth aga huinde (B. na f.), Arch. iii 310.22 .

Vn. bidgad.

bidgamail

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adj (bedg) starting, leaping; lively: na bruinne briste bidhgamla (in manifestations of grief), Smaointe B. Chr. 3718. rucasdair baethléim b.¤ , SG 40.21 . Adv.: do musgail an banntighearna co bidhgamhail, Smaointe B. Chr. 4290.

bidgarnach

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n (bedg) act of starting, jerking, twitching: baill basda ic bidgarnaig (of wounded on a battle-field), CCath. 6095. buinn bhána ag bíogarnaigh pale feet twitching, CRR 94.16 .

bieid

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x see attá.