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 .

blonac

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Forms: blonoc, Blonag

n ā, f. (We. blonec, Ped. i 23 - 4 ) also blonoc. fat, lard, grease: b.¤ gl. aruina (asugia, MS.), Ir. Gl. 236. asungsia (leg. axungia, ed.) .i. blonug, Arch. i 330 § 129. cethromthu bloinge `a quarter of lard', RC xii 86.8 . blog don blonaicc moír, IT iii 65 § 132. blonoc . . . tuirc, Aisl. MC 87.15 . cusna blongib duit festa ┐ cusna mæthlaib `to the suets and cheeses', 81.26 . feoil fhiadha, ae, no bloinge nir leig Maol Ruaín, Rule of Tall. 6.29 . in tuaslocud ar chaisc .i. oga ┐ blonoca ┐ feoil oss n-allaid, Rule of Céli Dé 66.3 . do blonaic uir muici, Rosa Ang. 106.8 . blonac géid ┐ lachan `goose and duck's grease', O'Gr. Cat. 184.33.

Med. blonacc gl. abdomen (sic leg., ed.), Ir. Gl. 1006. ? na bloingi gl. ilia, Lor. Gild. 214. fatty membrane, tissue: an meithreadh no an bh.¤ (= omentum), 23 K 42 , 102.13 . a mblonuicc na súl `in the tissue of the eye', Celtica ii 34 § 6 . a mbloinic na sul, 46 § 6.

As comic n.pr. f. Blonag, Aisl. MC 79.10 . a c[h]lérig . . . meic bela, meic bloince, 33.13 . Note also Loch mB. (sic) . . . B. ingen Tái . . . ba banbriugaid amra isidhe, Met. Dinds. iii 546.35 n , ria mBlonaic, 38 .

blonndras

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Forms: glondrus

n (Engl. loanword) glanders: labram do galraib chinn na n-ech . . . .i. b.¤ Celtica ii 44 § 2 . as ed as blonndros ann cnapain chruaide bhis a ngiall an eich, § 3 = glondrus, 32 § 3. See also glondras.

? blooic

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perh. n. loc., cf. Éigse x 185 § 15 v.l., where text has Mugna; Blowyck, Hog. Onom. (from Gilbert, Chartularies of St. Mary's Abbey i 308). mar ghall ṁb. melid broe, LL 6077. (gloss on bróe, 6075 ) uair doratsat Lagin fair (sc. Fiachra Cassán) bro do bleith mar ro meled gall mbloóic, n. g ( LL p. 202 ).

blór

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adj = ardbhlor caimhe, Ériu xiii 15.20. = glór: blor .i. glor . . . ard blor cumi, ┐ aderr a n-inad aile blor con dombinne, O'Dav. 216. b.¤ .i. guth no glór, O'Cl. is mōr ṁbliadna ṁbresta blōir, ZCP viii 119 § 41. cen bāis mbloïr not strident , 195.11 . ní'l tádhbhacht ann mo bh.¤ , Hard. ii 22.1 .

? blóraid

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v (blór): b.¤ benn (chev.), SR 881.

blosair, blosar

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: n blosair con Ériu xi 44 § I . blosair chúana ÉC xxxii 169 § 56 . blosar[…] 167 § 51 . ? Cf. blúsar.

1 blosc

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n o sound, noise, crash: cara bloisc `friend of cracking' (of the hazel and `hence for its cognate Ogham letter'), Auraic. 5636. ? Leg. carae blóesc `friend of nutshells (?)´ Ériu xxxix 136-37, 139 . b.¤ .i. guth . . . is mór do b.¤ a feróglaich ar in gilla, Ériu xiii 65.51 . `blosg' ainm gach gotha gléghil, Met. Gl. 18 § 55.

Compds. With nouns. bloisgbedhgadh omnaightheach a croidhe gach aoin a start at the crashing sound (of a stone against a cauldron), FM iv 788.13 . ana mbloiscbéim brodla `with the noise of a resounding blow (of armies meeting)' (Gloss.), CF² 1043. bloisgbhéime na n-all, Measgra D. 5.21 bloscbéimnech a chride re chlíab noisy beating, LU 6462 (TBC). la blosctorman retha na n-airdrennach ` thunder ', CCath. 3935. With vb. ro blosccnuallsat ceithre primgaetha in bet[h]a fon domhan `howled', CCath. 4335.

2 blosc

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adj expld. as fair, clear: b.¤ .i. sochraid, Lec. Gl. 472. b.¤ .i. sochraidh, osccailte, léir no solas, O'Cl.