1 blogach

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adj o, ā (blog) causing to break: Ninnid sciathblughach, YBL 325d42 . In cheville: fechd mbludach, 125b12 .

2 blogach

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x see 1 bladach.

blogad

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[u], m. vn. of 1 blogaid. act of shattering, breaking in pieces: Caislen Nua . . . do bladad la Branachaib `Newcastle was demolished', Ann. Conn. 1405.11 . ro ghabhsat gá mblodhadh gá mbrisedh `to destroy, demolish', FM v 1722.1 . cen a bladad `not to attempt breaking it', MR 70.2 . do blodhadh lestair in loma, BNnÉ 319 § 12 . srengal na luirech ic a mblogadh `a-breaking', CCath. 5131. snámh sreabh gan bhailg do bhloghadh without bursting a bubble, IGT Decl. ex. 1111. do bhloghadh ┐ do bhriseadh na híom- háighe, TSh. 78. Fig. do rónadh blodhadh sithe ┐ cadach etorra `terms . . . were agreed on', FM iii 116.15 .

1 blogaid

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Forms: bloigid, blagaid, blaigid, blogad

v (blog) also bloigid, blagaid, blaigid. breaks in pieces, shatters: cor bloidh in cathbarr a n-ilpairtibh `he smashed his helmet into many fragments', St. Ercuil 354. rob sén lér' bladhadh an baile sin `it was by him that that place was battered', Expugn. Hib. 21. an bogha . . . ní blaghthuir é d'urcharaibh, Arch. Hib. i 86 § xii . soighdi do-bhir tre boghaibh / bloghaid sin oirdne ibhair, IGT Decl. ex. 254. borb gach áth bhlaghas a bhruach, DDána 3.36 . laoích a mbeirn do bhloghabhuir, O'R. Poems 58. i sbairn fa cheann blaighidh beirn, DDána 91.24 . an tan bhloghas ┐ bhriseas an bás iad, TSh. 915. breaks, violates (vows, oaths, etc.): do bhlodh (Luther) a chuing chrábhaidh le huabhar ┐ le antoil, Eochairsg. 22.3 . síodhuidhe saor nach bloghann a bhéalluighe, DDána 70.17 . giolla fíal nár bhladh bréithir `who did not break his word', RC xlix 174 § 38.

Intrans. bloghait (blodhait, MS.) scēith is corcrait croind, ZCP viii 224.37 . nach blodhann mo chroidhe tré dhoilgheas, Parrth. Anma 5245.

Vn. blogad.

2 blogaid

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n [i, m.] breaker, destroyer (?): bid bludaid (bladh-, v.l.) co mara múr, Airne F. 251. clethblugaid Ērenn (`briseur d'épieu', Airne F. 251 n .), ZCP iii 466 § 41.

blogaigid

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v = 1 blogaid: fer ro beg é .i. ro ghunnataig .i. ro bloghaig (expl. of Eochaid Gunnat), SG ii 473.41 = ro bolg, Cóir Anm. 293. cath Conchend roblogaig, ZCP iii 38.8 .

blogbairdne

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n (blog + bairdne) name of a metre `fragmentary b.¤ ' (Murphy Metrics 76 s.v. bairdne, see 61 § 47): b.¤ , IT iii 14 § 28.

blogradach

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n (blog): for in cessaigh comdluta . . . do bretaigh ┐ do blogradaigh na sciath ` fragments ', CCath. 2794.

blogtha

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io, iā part. of 1 blogaid: ro faccaib a[n] cloidem mbloghtha ina truaill `the broken sword', Grail 2949 . na mbruirigh blodhtha `into shattered fragments', Hugh Roe² 228.31 .

bloinge

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x see blonac.

bloingech

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adj o, ā (blonac) fat: nirsat bailce bloingecha (of godly elders), Lism.L. 4561 .