? 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.

? 3 blosc

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n b.¤ .i. cruinniughadh, O'Cl.

? 4 blosc

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Forms: bloesc, bloescc

n perh. for bláesc. scale on the eye (?), cataract (?): mod roglanad mo blus .i. in tan ro glanad mo b.¤ daille, LB 241a76 = bloesc, ZCP iii 224 § 14 n. 1 . cen ni aut bloscc aut lanna gl. scamae, Thes. i 497.1 (Ardm. Leg. bloescc, edd.). See blus.

bloscach

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adj [o, ā] b.¤ ` ruddy, blushing, burning ', etc. Celtica vi 70 .

bloscad

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Forms: blaodhadh

vn. of bloscaid. act of crashing, bursting forth etc.: re b.¤ ┐ re borb-gair ┐ re búirfedaig na cath-chined, MR 230.13 . bloscadh donidh deireadh na ccoirnn 'gá ttōgbhāil clang , Feis TC 272. Perh. also (of howling of animals) ag blasghadh (sic MS., Stokes reads blaodhadh) ┐ ac donalad (sic leg.), RC xxviii 314 § 14. Of light: b.¤ inna gréne frisinna margánu lethrati (marginal note), ZCP viii 175.23 . gránna in b.¤ (bloscaid, v.l.) / doringni friu dia roscaib (of a hag) `dazzle- ment', Met. Dinds. iv 140.7 . blosga a naghaidh ┐ soillse a ngáire radiance (?), ZCP v 224.24 ( Midn. Court 767 ). ar chéadbhlosgadh na camhaoireach, O'Gr. Cat. 219.y .

bloscaid

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Forms: bloscad

v (1 blosc) bursts forth, explodes: cor blosc cath Cella- chain isin abaind ar teiced `crowded', RC xviii 55.15 (Tig.). go ro bhlosccustair sidhe in áirde isin aér edarbuas `exploded' (of gunpowder), FM vi 2072.21 . do bhlosg [dí] . . . / toirthe millse `for her there spring forth', Aithd. D. 1.23 . Vn. bloscad.

bluch, blach

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Forms: bluch

n expld. as salt meat, bacon: bluch .i. saill, O'Cl. `blach' (leg. bluch ?, ed.) saill, Met. Gl. 17 Ff. 44. ? gall- blach ar bilarlíc, IT iii 99 § 163 ( : dabach; gallbladhach, v.l. EIS 249 ).

bludach, blugach

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x see 1 blogach.