1 bocht

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Forms: -cht, boicht, bochtu, bochta, boichte, bochta

orig. part. of bongaid (see Corm. Bodl. 55.13 ). For quality of -cht in inflexion see Thurn. Gramm. § 351.

(a) Adj. o, ā poor : b.¤ gl. pauper, Ir. Gl. 1058. b.¤ .i. a nomine botus (βρακύτης, ed.) .i. angustia , Corm. Y 175. ind aiso boicht gl. inopes . . . et pauperes, Ml. 31c1 . a richt duine boicht in the guise of a poor man, ZCP iii 34.30 . fédb b.¤ , PH 1307. im oidigecht do duine b.¤ , 7154 . a tigh a deiscibail boicht fein, Smaointe B. Chr. 1724. a D. . . . b.¤ `unfortunate D.', St. Ercuil 2432. a dhuine bhoicht ná bí díomsach miserable man, DDána 43.2 . ó Mogha neamhmbochd Núadhad, IGT Decl. ex. 110. ēdaighe bochta = poore cloathes, RSClára 7a . críoch . . . bh.¤ an bhróin (of Banbha), Keat. Poems 983. neóide bochta buidhne Dé (of the murmur- ing Israelites), Hackett² xxxvi 54. re gnothuighibh na beatha boichte-si `of this miserable Life', Donl. xix 5. Of one who has taken a vow of poverty: ar riaghail .S. Clára boichte riaghalta, RSClára 53a .

Compar. as superl. an té is boichte air bioth, Donl. 162.5 .

(b) As subst. o, m., ā, f. d s m. b.¤ , Ml. 61a5 . g s m. boicht (with superscript i), 27d7 . a p m. bochtu, 26b19 . b.¤ m., g s. and n p. (implied) boicht, bochta, IGT Decl. § 38. b.¤ f., g s. boichte (implied), n p. bochta, § 39 . poor person, pauper ; (the) poor (in collect. sense): intain conairleci inna bochtu fo chumachtu inna sommae, Ml. 27d10 . maith . . . du denum fri bochtu gl. cura namque pauperum Dei, 129c4 . taibred ní . . . do bochtaib `to the poor', Wb. 22b7 . iura . . . dorigensat int sommai frisna bochtu, Ml. 28d7 . donaib bochtaib, 28c3 . dán ecna do gni rig do b.¤ , LL 346a35 . amal . . . bochtu, Alex. 976. is na ainm sasaim-sea bochtu ár bid Crist i persaind cech b. iressach, IT i 40.17 . atbeirthi Conn na mb.¤ fris, ar a mhéd do bhochtaibh no biathadh do ghrés, FM i 420.4 . an b.¤ bráthar `this poor creature of a friar', Aithd. D. 70.5 . go dtáiream b.¤ id bhochtocht (to Christ), 92.6 . cuid an bhochta the poor man's portion, IGT Decl. ex. 985. 'na banboicht gan ní fa nimh, ex. 1062 . a Cill Athrachta ní ḟuil / acht athbochta ar na n-argain very poor women (?), ex. 1063 . tegar boichti, ex. 1064 . do rochtain . . . an bhoicht ┐ an tsaidhbhir, TSh. 361. in b.¤ condig ind almsain, PH 6145. biathadh leis na boicht `(Coemgen) regaled the beggars', BNnÉ 162 § 26 . na mná, na boicht, na brughaidh, / na huird is na hollumhain, DDána 63.6 . lan eini in boicht (of a measure of food for debtors while in confinement), Laws i 106.22 Comm. ro fodlad . . . in biad sin do bochtaib na cell comḟocus bai doib `the poor of the neighbouring churches', RC xxiv 64 § 26. ro ḟodail Brigit na bú do bochtaib ┐ do aidilcnechaib Dé, IT i 40.z . dho bhocht Íosa Críost, Desid. 1330.

Compd. bochtballach ( Laud 610, 21b ) ` poor-limbed (of starving men),' Plummer MS. notes.

2 bocht

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n b.¤ .i. briseadh, O'Cl. bocht .i. buain, ib. See boingid.

bochta

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Forms: -ae, boichte

n O. Ir. -ae , f. (1 bocht) also boichte. poverty, want : inna bochtae i mbiat som, Ml. 36a18b ref. to paupertatem, 18a. air arrocheisside di bochtai chaich, 61a9 . in bochtae bís tri airchellad donaib sommaib a n-anae airnaib bochtaib, 90a11 . cen bochtai cen nochtai cen díth, LU 2297 ( FA 35 ). fri foimtin terci no bochde `as a precaution against scarcity or poverty', Mon. Tall. 132.15 . du na aicfider bochtu na nochtu, na gorta, Ériu ii 144 § 161. húair rombatar i mbochtai, SR 1477. b.¤ búan (chev.), 6849 . bether co fada a mb.¤, / a fūacht is a sīrnochta, ZCP x 53.2 . im ing, im b.¤ , Laws ii 338.z Comm. slighe na b.¤ (: dolta), DDána 21.27 . boichte ná toice . . ., 46.22 . fa-ríor ! atá an antuigse / riamh i leanmhain na b.¤ , Dánta Gr. 61.24 . taispénadh follus gairbhe . . . ┐ b.¤ = austerity . . . and pouerty, RSClára 73b . in-dailli no i m-bochti, ZCP xxx 151.1 . ni bíd da b.¤ nech isin domun na bá écin do a ícc, LB 132b17 . dá bochda bhíos, IGT Decl. ex. 946. dá bh. dá mbí an fhoighide, Desid. 3391. ? bera do b.¤ cein arariastar sealba, O'Dav. 152.

bochtacht

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n ā, f. (1 bocht) b.¤ f., IGT Decl. § 26. poverty : ┐ nách o-t mí-bésaib fén tanic do b.¤ , PH 7551. b.¤ chorpardha material poverty, Desid. 5490. tre bh.¤ adhbhail na háite ( = great pouerty), RSClára 103a . go ndearbhann sé sinn . . . re b.¤ = (God) tries us . . . by Poverty, Donl. 378.3 . rugadh báire ar an mb.¤ poverty is defeated (i.e. no longer observed as a religious rule), DDána 52.1 . Froinséis . . . / ceann báidhe na bochtachta, 10 . b.¤ thoiltionach `Voluntary Poverty' (one of the three `Evangelical' counsels), Donl. 146.16 .

-bochtae

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part. of boingid: ? forrácbad debochtae ( LU Facs. 131.10 , sic leg. ? So Thurn. `Entzweigebrochenes', ZCP xii 19. Edition prints de bochtae) and iarom, LU 10825 = forḟacbad de lochtai ann iarom `defects (?) were left in it then', Ériu xii 178 § 8 (TE). ferna tulbochtaib trataib iar fuin with broken bosses (?), LU 6809 ( BDD 35 = tullochtaib, BDD² 332 , see n. ).

bochtaid

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v (cf. 2 bocht): (B. na f.) mūadh bochtus cil a comarc (.i. . . . maith benus sé a locht a rand), ZCP v 488 § 9.

bochtaigid

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v (1 bocht) impoverishes : ro bhochtaidhsiot na Goill iatt, FM vi 1934.18 . ag lenamhain . . . luirg an tí do bhocht- aighedh ar ar son ( = was made poore), RSClára 50b . do bhochtuighis thú dom shaidhbhrioghadh, Mac Aingil 616 .

bochtaine

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n f. (1 bocht) poverty, need ; wretchedness : beth i truaighi nó i mb.¤ , Trip. lvi n.6 . med a cumhgaigh ┐ a b.¤ = penuria (Gloss.), Smaointe B. Chr. 664. thig sé chum bocht- uine = becometh poor, Prov. x 4. lenamhuin na b.¤ roibhean- duighthe, RSClára 108b . fulang deontach . . . gach b.¤ air son Dé `Poverty', Donl. 172.11 . b.¤ an ninntleachta the weak- ness of the understanding, O'Gr. Cat. 211.12. na pecuigh . . . nách tuigeann a n-olc ┐ a mbochduine, Mac Aingil 347 .

bochtainecht

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n [ā, f.]= bochtacht, bochtaine: gach uile ghné uirísleachta ┐ bochtachta (bochtuineachta, v.l., note 3), Donl. 32.21 . má fágthar a leith mo bhochtaineachta féin me, De Imit. 75.4 . mar bhárr donais air ar mbochtaineacht, Hard. ii 278.12 .

bochtan

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n (-án ?) measure (of milk, etc.) amounting to `twelve times the full of a hen-egg' (see Laws i cited below): seilind ┐ b.¤ ais maith `a `seland' and a `bochtan' of good milk', Mon. Tall. 155.34 . b.¤ de chormaim no medg-usce, Rule of Céli Dé 66 § 9 . prim-b. di as maith, Ériu vii 140 § 6. b.¤ di blathaich no fothnu, 142 § 7. tri tomhais bheag dar bh'ainm b.¤ do lionn `three fills of a small measure called a `b.¤' of ale', Rule of Tall. 26 § 43. na dlegait biathad acht b.¤ , Laws i 106.2 .i. . . . lan eini in boicht in fodlain in meisrin . . . lan eini in bochtain do loim .i. lestar bec ┐ da lan dec uidi circi isedh teit ind, 23 Comm.

bochtán

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Forms: boctán

n o, m. (but note: ōn bochtáin Celtica vi 98.202 ) (1 bocht) pauper, poor person ; poor creature, wretch : boctán gl. pauperculus, Sg. 46a6 . b.¤ frisṁbad dénti [déṡerc] `a poor wretch', Fél. Ep. 392. bī co becda amail bochtān, ZCP vi 265 § 23. cía saorfas an b.¤ trúag so ? Aisl. Tund. 101 § 1. cluinte diūcaire in bhochtāin . . . si, Otia ii 96 § 28 . an bochtan bocht (of St. Francis), Smaointe B. Chr. 97. atáim 'na diaidh, ochán, och ! / im bh.¤ bhocht a miser- able wretch, Dánta Gr. 30.26 .