? blaïd

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v slan don ti saidhes in cuaille is in n-airbe iarna blaad; ┐ munar blaud itir, is bithbinchi do riagail i leth ris `after it has been trimmed', Laws iii 290. 11 , 12 Comm. gl. bla cuailli airbi, 10 .

blaidre

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n blaidhre .i. in diubairt anfesa . . . dofuaslaici cach mblaidhre .i. uatuaslaici gach ní na bi bal ri re do gallraib buna no in diubairt anfesa `b.¤ i.e. the fraud of ignorance' (i.e. defrauding a person without intent to do so), O'Dav. 299.

blaidrech

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Forms: blaidhrigh

x = 2 bláedach: ag blaidhrigh , E. O'Rahilly 52.4. Cf. bladrad.

blaidred

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x see bladrad.

blaidredach

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n [ā, f.] blaidredhach (blaredach v.l.) na sciath ic a scoltad ` roaring ', CCath. 5941. See bladrad.

bláired

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n [u, m.] (blár) contending on a battlefield (?): is ald ar nirt, is bráth ar bláriud, TBC 5383 = ara blāiriud, TBC² 3281 , ar blairighe (bláiredh, v.l.), TBC St. 4296.

blairid

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Forms: blaidrid

v breaks out (?), bellows (?): dobeir fobairt fair ┐ b.¤ a buirid miled ass, BB 439b13 . Leg. blaidrid ?

blairige

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x see bláired.

blaisecht

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x see blasacht.

1 blaisechtach

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adj [o, ā] (blasacht) given to smacking the lips, greedy: nírsat míanaigh blaisechtaigh (of the Fíana), Acall. 4037.

2 blaisechtach

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x see blasachtach.