blichtmaire

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n [, f.] (blichtmar) lactiferousness, abundant yield of milk: sēgamla .i. b.¤ . . . isna Brethaib Neimed: meser būar a sēgamlai .i. . ara mb.¤ , Corm. Y 1135.

blichtmar

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Forms: blechtmar

adj o, ā (1 blicht) also blechtmar. yielding milk; fruit- ful: iarsinní is blicht[m]ur i mmi gaim .i. i ngamrid, Corm. 23. bainleómhan bliochtmar `in suck', Ériu v 168.96 . Fig. (in elegy on a priest) eagnuidhe socair . . . / bríoghmhar bleacht- mhar basgheal dáilteach `fruitful', E. O'Rahilly 164.2. Superl. as é seo am is seasga na ba ┐ is bleachtmhuire na sróna, Ceisneamh Inghine Guil, cited Meyer Contribb. 227 (see Hib. Min. 66.14 cited s. 2 blicht).

bligid

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Forms: mligid, mblegar, blegar, blegon

v mid. Ir. form of mligid. See blegnaid. Note transi- tional form mblegar, Corm. Y 861 , cf. blegar, 1000 . milks: `mulgeo' bligim, Met. Gl. 5.2 . tuctha . . . na bai ┐ robligtea, Thes. ii 334.44 . na bu ro bligis = vaccae quas mulsisti, Lat. Lives 70 § 65. m. N. lasa mbligithe (mbligdis, v.l.) diabul- buar, Corp. Gen. 198.4 . tricha aigi a lucht in choiri, ┐ noblig- thea a lān . . . ūaidib, Ériu ii 20 § 1. bo blegar fri fit `which is milked for a [light] repast', Laws v 260.3 . amail bid blegun nodombligthe, Dinds. 46. A. cosa mbligtis na helti amal of būar, ZCP viii 303.8 . Muire . . . iarmbreith a Meic, ┐ mar ar bhligh a cíghi `where she milked her paps', Maund. 60. Fig. chor go mblifidh = that ye may milk out, Is. lxvi 11.

Vn. blegon.

bligre

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Forms: bligreóirí

n io, m. (cf. bligid) milker: fogni dino forcraid fhiach for coice ┐ b.¤ (MS., sic leg., but ed. suggests reading bligreóirí, n. 1), Rule of Céli Dé 66 § 7 . is aithgin . . . i n-a b.¤ ┐ i n-a buachuill `there is compensation . . . for her (i.e. a vicious cow's) milker', Laws v 152. 20 Comm. fo aicned in buachalla no in bligri, O'Don. 1641 (H.5.15, 19a). letaithgin a mb.¤ ┐ a mbuachuill, 2038 ( Rawl. 487, 54 ). C. Bliugere Brigti, Arch. Hib. i 325.24 .

bligreóir

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n etc. [i, m. or f.] = bligre: O. . . . is í ba bliglióir do B., LL 22312 ( Dinds. 113 ). bligrióir B. búasaig, 22323 . trī fichit loilgech cona mbligreoraib, Ériu i 46.29 = cona mbligh- theóirib, RC xxvi 376.17 .

blim

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x see blinn.

blin

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adj (see Sc. G. St. ii 29.7 ) thin, lean, starved: la selche salli seingbline, la tana táib na blinmuici `with the thin side of a lean pig', Hib. Min. 66 § 9.

blinn, blind

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Forms: blim, blinn, blind

n (AS or ON blind. For ON see Bidrag 93 , 101 , 155 . Cormac's blindauga, see ex. below, prob. a Norse personal name, 155 , see also LEIA B-60 , Hessen 96 ). Expld. as dead person's spittle, filament (nerve ?) of a dead person's eye: blind .i. saile mairb, unde dicitur: bās mblindach, Corm. Y 136. blinn .i. snāithe ruisc mairb, unde dicitur blind (.i. auga, MS.) .i. dall nō cōech. Blindauga .i. dallṡúilech in ling[u]a Galleorum , 138 . So also O'Mulc. 183. blind .i. saile, O'Dav. 337. blinn .i. seile dhuine mhairbh, O'Cl. blinn .i. snáithe ruisg mairbh, ib. `blim' (a corruption of blinn, blind, ed.) sili, Met. Gl. 34 § 26.

blinnach

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adj [o, ā] (blinn): blind .i. saile mairb unde dicitur bás [m]b.¤ (`a frothing death', Corm. Trans. 21 ), Corm. 7.

bliochtán

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n : bliosan (leg. bliochtan) `an artechoke´ Eg. Gl. § 738 .

blioma

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n g s. = bladma ? Cf. bladmann. a n-ionad gach b.¤ an ghúna dhuibh instead of the fulmination of the black cloth (sc. of the protestant minister), 23 O 15 ,248.z. Cf. blaom- adh `blasting, fulminating, burning, blazing, flaming', Scurry's collection of Ir. Words, Celtica vi 69 s.v. blaom.