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.

blaisid

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Forms: blasaid, mlaissiud, blasad, blasacht

v (earlier mlaisid) also blasaid. tastes: at manna milsi blaissetar, LL 346ay . fer no blaissed a loimm, 13381 ( RC viii 54.6 ). cach aen rot-blaisi `whomsoever tasted it (sc. the well of Zion),' Ériu ii 114 § 39. nach beoil rodm-blaisiset a thorad, 116 § 51. slóg (i.e. aingil Dé) ná blaiste (: naiste; blasda, blaisfe, blaisenn, v.ll.) bíad, KMMisc. 254.3 . co m-blasind ní do thorud chroind bethad. Ní blaisfea iter, MacCarthy 58.14 , 15 . tiagait . . . co mblaiset in lind somblasta-sin, PH 6364. dona daoinibh bhlaiseas a bheag nó a mhór do thoirthibh na n-ósdóireadh, TSh. 3751.

Fig. tastes (of); savours; has experience of: athgabail treisi . . . i cinaid . . . do beil, Laws i 156 , glossed set treisi ro blaissis (sic leg.) ot bel, 162.7 Comm. o blaisfidid (sic) don braen do neoch dober slainti doib .i. do Isu Crist, YBL 151b9 . an tan bhlasaid í (i.e. mil na mailíse), TSh. 7442. ní bhlaisfeam é go milis . . . mur Rígh na glóire, Desid. 1416. gur bhlaisiodar an Tíodhlaice Neamhdha, Donl. xii 15.

With bás, bethaid, etc.: cia roblais bethaib (read bethaid, edd.) na blasfe bás (= quis est homo qui uiuit ┐ non uidébit mortem), LU 1417. acht ma blaistí bás (= nisi mortem gustaveritis), Lat. Lives 27.2 . ro blaisi bas iar tiachtain in tíre gen taraidh, BB 381a43 . ? atoncomnaic dib-línaib ar cach beoil blaisid écc, RC xiv 243.17 . cach mil beo ro blais bethaid, SR 8184. Der Báil bec di bith ra blaiss, LL 17354.

Vn. earlier mlaissiud, later blasad, blasacht.

blaisphéim

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Forms: blaisfémia, blaisphēimeadh, blaisfémhia

n also blaisfémia (Eccl. Latin loanword) blasphemy: blaisphēimeadh (g p.), Mac Aingil 5397 . blaisfémhia, O'Hussey TC 154.11 . 'sna blasphēimibh barbardha sa, Mac Aingil 5495 . ag sgeith blaismhémiodh . . . ar Eaglais Chríosd, Desid. 4293. comhmór . . . do bhlaisbhéim a n-aghoidh Dé, 4167 . as blas- feim eithriceamhuil, Luc. Fid. 5409.

blaisphéimid

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v (blaisphéim) blasphemes: go mblaisbhéimthear ainm Chríosd tríthibh, Desid. 3631.