bladar

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Forms: -d-, bladur

n (with unlen. -d-) (? Engl. loanword) flattery, coaxing, wheedling: do níd b.¤ le na tteangaidh, Ps. v 9. tre b[h]. `flattery', RSClára 157a . briathra bheanas ré cluain nó ré b.¤ , Desid. 2503. b., slīomadóireacht, spleghachas, miodal ` dissembling ', Eg. Gl. 90. bladur (= spleadhachas, text), Donl. 112. n.3 .

bladmann

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n o boasting, bragging, complacency: sechuin lucht na mbreg ┐ an bladhmuinn `boasters', Ériu v 134 § 77. bladhmann fuaras mar bheatha flattery (` i.e. blarney, bland talk', n.6), Tribes of Irel. 64.13 . iomad bog-fháis ┐ bladh- mainn do dhéanamh as féin (of the Pharisee, Luke xviii 10-12), TSh. 9018.

bladmannach

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adj o, ā (bladmann) boastful, braggart; complacent: barraidhe bogásach bladhmannach, TSh. 5429. an t-ainm bladhmannach . . . / nár dhligh-sean (viz. Brian Bóroimhe), Content. vi 240. ní ceart dam bheith bládhmanach a d-taobh do réire do dheánadh, De Imit. 110.11 (1886) .

bladmar

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adj o, ā = 1 bladach: ri rothepi, b.¤, brass, / asin chetadbar admas, SR 29. it ríched b.¤ (of Heaven), LL 855. a laich blatnig bhladmair, TBC 3104. (In comic n. pr.) meic scaiblín buic bladmair (sic leg.) ` rich ', Aisl. MC 35.1 . re Brían mb.¤ ` renowned B.', Ériu iv 102.3 .

As subst. in b.¤ `the famous man', Met. Dinds. iii 332.37 .

bladmas

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x see 1 blad compds.

bladrad

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n expld. as deafening, bothering: b.¤ .i. buidred `deafen- ing' (Index), O'Mulc. 186 = bladre .i. buadre, H.3.18, 64b (O'Mulc. Index), bladhredh .i. buaidhred, 633b10 . See blaidrech.

bladraige

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n (cf. bladrad): cumhthach na cairge caime / bladraighe fairge feile, BB 37a12 . See Hog. Onom., Carrac B.

bláe

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x see 2 blaí.

bláed

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n shout, cry: blaodh .i. gáir, O'Cl. blaodh, gláodh, P. O'C.

? bláeach

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adj (2 blaí) having a covering, scaly: bláeach (MSS. bleach) amrosc ilarda `blindness, scaly and manifold´ Sages, Saints and Storytellers 25 § 12 .

1 bláedach

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adj o, ā (bláed) roaring: ricfa broínd na Berba . . . blaedhaighe (: caenrighi), IT iii 89.x .