binn-

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x see benn.

binnán

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x see bennán.

binne

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n [, f.] (binn) melodiousness, sweetness: contuil . . . frissa ceól ar a bindi, Im. Brain 2. co mb.¤ cheóil, LU 2054 ( FA 13 ). Buas buinne a bladhaoibh beinde (: Elle) `B., a torrent of melodious sound' (?), Keat. i 166.6 (perh. g s. of benn).

In cheville: co ṁbindi (: rindi), Fél. Aug. 27. Expld. as truth: `an' is `rann,' `ban' is `binne' / anmonna íad d'ḟírinne, Met. Gl. 27 § 34. As n.pr. m. prímhrechtairi na Temrach .i. Binde Bóinde, Acall. 1469. ? Orgain Duin B., Anecd. ii 47.15 .

1 binnech

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adj o, ā (binn) sweet-sounding: Eochu Bindech `the Tuneful', Trip. 152.19 . As n. pr.: Bindech, a quo Cenēl mBinnig (mbinnid, MS.), ZCP viii 293.10 .

? 2 binnech

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x see 2 bennach and EIF 36 n. 75 .

binnigid

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v (binn) lit. makes sweet, harmonious: donaib hí bin- digeddar gl. modolantibus, Sg. 10a9 . cassbairnne . . . / is brass mar nos binnige, IT iii 106.23 .

binnius

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Forms: bindius

n u, m. (binn) Thurn. Gramm. § 104(b) . melodiousness, sweetness of sound; pleasure, mirth: bindius gl. sonoritatem, Sg. 5a3 . trisin mbindius trissa cantar in gnimai hisin, Ml. 122c2 , 136a8 . in bindius tánaise indegaid ṅguttae gl. euphoniam, Sg. 5a2 . ni dechor ṁbindiusa, 23a2 . ar tucait mbinniusa `for the sake of euphony', Auraic. 634. buaid bindisso, LU 10185. b.¤ airfitig inna guth, MU² 749. a dūana, a binniusa, a cētla, Ériu iv 163.11 . o na Moyisib .i. dei in bindisa, TTebe 2676 . bidh b.¤ co certus isin metur ┐ b.¤ cen certus isin rithim ` melody ', O'Dav. 1219. bamar tra co mb.¤ mor `merriment (or sweetness, harmony),' Todd Lect. vi 54.5 . dorat . . . bindius ┐ cupdius foaib (of psalms), Hib. Min. 5.156 .

bin(n)se

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x see bein(n)se.

bintén

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Forms: binntén, binntén, bindhean, bindén, bindean

n o, m. (binit). Also binntén.

(a) rennet, cheese-curds (?): [-]agulum .i. binntén , RC vii 96.10 . bindhean (leg. bindén, ed.) ` cheese-runnet ', Eg. Gl. 706. bindean (ben-dean) ` cheese, rennet', P. O'C.

(b) Name of plant producing rennet, appar. used to prepare dye, see Mann. and Cust. i ccccii , prob. = binit (b): snáth dearg, oland ḟind . . . / blaan buidi ┐ bindén, BR² 1683.

bíodánach

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Forms: bíodarnach

adj gan dul fa gcuairt go bíodanach o thigh go tigh ` tatling ', Donl. 350.11 . bíodarnach, Eg. Gl. 94. See Dinn. s.v. béadánach .

bíol

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n (Engl. loanword): b.¤ `a viol ', Eg. Gl. 713. an chláirseach ┐ an bhiól, Is. v 12.