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 ?

bóchaill

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x see búachaill.

bócháin

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x see compds.

bóchar

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n (bó + 1 cor) cowdung : dia rofumalt don bochur in cenn, Dinds. 53 = diar fumalt cacc na mbó 'moa chend, LL 22495. buaidhrén ottraigh no bóchuire (bochuir, v.l.), CCath. 2522. bochor fair co ceann mis `cowdung . . . over it' (i.e. ground defiled by trespassing dogs), Laws iv 122.6 Comm. uir minn ┐ bocor ┐ lemlacht (to seal wound in bark of tree), 148.21 Comm.

bóchna

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n f. (on quantity of -ó- see Stokes, KZ xxxvii 254 § 9 and Meyer, Sitzungsb. 1919 v 90, 27 ) sea, ocean : `lear,' `aibhéis,' `bochna' bladha, / anmanna gach árdmhara, Met. Gl. 12 § 15. bochna .i. maith (leg. maīth (maeth) ?), no muir, O'C. 972 (H.3.18, 416). bochna .i. muir no fairge, O'Cl. a mbeōil bōchna (: Fótla), Sitzungsb. 1919 v 92 § 8 . treabh- thadh na b.¤ (: chródha), Rel. Celt. ii 226.14 . etratt ┐ bochna (muir, v.l.), BNnÉ 45 § 4 . mór do echran . . . na bochna bruchtaidhbli dorala doibh, St. Ercuil 376. tar b.¤ na mbuinneadh ngeal, DDána 107.19 . tar beannaibh na b.¤ , Keat. Poems 238. Fig. ag taisteall b.¤ na beatha aimseardha, TSh. 2093. In n. pr.: a Ḟinntoin mic B., Anecd. i 36.1 . a Ḟ. mheic Bóchra (Bh., v.l.), 26.1 .

Compds. ní bhiadh ann sin acht braon beag don bhóch- namhuir a drop in the ocean, Desid. 4828. Cf. ar bhántaibh bóchlinne `on the watery ocean-wastes', Ó Bruad. iii 82.12 .