2 bocán

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n o, m. (2 boc). See poc(c)án.

(a) he-goat : maille ré marbhadh a mb.¤ a dtarbh ┐ a reitheadh, Keat. ii 5434. See also ÉC viii 405.

(b) Name of plant: siol raidleoige ┐ fuil bhocain ┐ caora eidhinn na gcrann, 23 K 42 , 421.15 . Cf. fuil bhocuide, 24 . fuil bocain `blood of toadstool', RC ix 231.1 . b.¤ `a fungus, toadstool, mushroom or sponge ', P. O'C. Cf. bocan bearagh `umbrella-shaped fungi', Engl. Dialect of Donegal, Traynor, s.v. bockin; `mushroom', ib.

bocánach

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n o, m. (2 boc, 2 bocán or 1 bocán Éigse xxv 50 ) some kind of (? goat-like) supernatural being usu. associated with battle or battlefield: bánánaig ┐ boccánaig ┐ geniti glinni ┐ demna aeóir, LU 6284 (TBC). is cumma congairtis de . . . boccánaig, 6437 . bánan- ach no bócanach no genit glinni, TBC 1537. boccanaig ┐ bananaig, 3814 . bananaig ┐ boccanaig . . . ┐ siabarsluag, Cog. 174.9 .

bocás

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n o, m. (1 boc (see s. bocaid). Second syll. obscure) boasting, bragging : bogás ┐ bladhmann . . . ┐ mómhaireacht, TSh. 10713. ag bog-fhás i mbladhmann, 8665 . iomad bog- fháis ┐ bladhmainn do dhéanamh as féin, 9018 . See bocaes.

1 bocásach

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adj [o, ā] (bocás) arrogant, proud ; boasting : huallach .i. bocasach no bocfasach, ut est epscop uallach eccraibthech, O'Dav. 1067. each boccasach dubhghlas (of a magic steed). Acall. 3776 v.l. barraidhe bogásach bladhmannach, TSh. 5429.

2 bocásach

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Forms: -aig

n o, m., also with a d s. -aig (bocás) arrogance ; pride ; boasting, bragging : ní do phróis na do bocasaig / úadib aneich na dernsat (of chiefs whose exploits need no exaggerated praise), LL 6257 ( ZCP xxiv 141 § 25 ). (the body addressing the soul) a thulach bocásaigh na ndémnu `of haughtiness', PH 8272. menma ┐ danatus ┐ bocasach ┐ nert, LB 154b19 . díumas ┐ ádclos ┐ bocasach, LB 235a38 . lucht in bocasaig ┐ in díumais `the disdainful and the proud', Todd Lect. vi 34.5 . [innus] nach bud adbar bogásaig dá naimdib a bfaghbáil acu `cause of selfgratulation', Caithr. Thoirdh. 13.7 . robui ac braisi ┐ ac bocasaich uasa cind `in self-complacency on the score of them', TTebe 2569 . bocasach do dhénam `bragging' (Gloss.), Acall. 1651. ní do bocassach breithre is mé féin in cóiced I can say without boasting that I am one of the five, 5935 . na briathra bocasaich, TTebe 2850 . an tan rabái C. ag an bogasach briathar sin, 4274 . trē bhogāssaigh urlapra ┐ trē dhānacht glōir `in boasting speech', Fl. Earls 50.3 . trī bogásaigh (bogased, v.l.), De Contemptu § 46 n. 15 .

bocc

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x see 2 boc.

boccada

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adj : sceith bhoccadha bhan-corcra, ZCP xx 180.3 .

boccit

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x see bocaid.

boccmell

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x see boicmell.

? bocet, bochet

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Forms: buichet, Buichet

n ro hir dam . . . .x. ndeich mbo bo cet (.x. neich bo bochet, .x. mbo mbo cet, v.ll.), Ériu ii 3.13 . Perh. read buichet and cf. n.pr. Buichet, Ériu xvi 7 - 9 . Cf. BDD² 267.

? bocfach

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n ni hionat bios an bh.¤ `the shifting posture ', Mann. and Cust. iii 329 n. 379 . Cf. 1 bocthach ?