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 .

bochtatu

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n [t, m.] (1 bocht) poverty : trí forindet cach n-umal: b. (bochtai, v.l.), dínnime, humallóit, Triads 191 .

bocóit

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n f. (Lat. bucca or buca, Vendryes, De Hibernicis Vocab- ulis 117) boss of a shield; freq. also of the shield itself: bocóide (sic leg.) .i. boill écsamhla bhios ar sgiathaibh, O'Cl. boccoit breac, FM ii 596.10 . scieth . . . co mbocoidibh derccuma [fair], TBC St. 4482. briscbruar dano ┐ beimnech na mbocóti, TTr.² 936 . do thaidlig na cloidem . . . ┐ na sciath . . . ┐ na mboccóited mbrecc, Alex. 16. sonn . . . do roignib sgiath . . . ┐ do bocōidib dealb-nūidhe dath-imdha, ML² 1706. bocóid .i. sgíath, ut est: teóra dubhbocoíde uastibh, Ériu xiii 65 § 54 . ( = BDD² 749 ). do-ratad . . . damdabach dona boccótib immi im[m]a c[h]ūairt, Sc.M² 17. dergbocoit co rindud ┐ co mílu óir . . . fair `red shield', IT iii 186.4 . saidhis S. an sleigh tar brollach na bocoidi `through the boss of the buckler', Caithr. CC 16. i foc[h]lithar a starga ┐ a mbocoiti, CCath. 5818. Also spot, mark, etc.: co fhacca béstín . . . co mboccótib gela, PH 7202. étach taitnemach imbe, ┐ boccóti corccra ann, 1969 . fuil tairb do cuimilt do'n aghaid ar a mbí brice ┐ bocóide ┐ glanaid í `to a face affected with freckledness', O'Gr. Cat. 191.30.

bocóitech

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Forms: bocoidech

adj [o, ā] (bocóit): dergsgiath bocoidech ` embossed ', Aen. 1936. do ghabh a sciath mbocoidec[h] mbancorcra, Ériu iii 170 § 28. bocoidech gl. maculosus, Ir. Gl. 653. con- faca in t-ech bocóidech dubhghorm `flecked with spots' ( SG ii 107.11 ), Acall. 241.

bocsa

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Forms: bucsa, bosca

n m. (Engl. loanword) also bucsa. box : bogsa cumdaigh casket ', O'Gr. Cat. 265.25. boxa dola (1681) Matt. xxvi 7. buxa cumhduighthe, 23 K 42 , 164.9 busga na habhluin- neadha pyx, Eochairsg. 125.1 . Note also: bucsa a box ; the box tree, O'Gr. Cat. cited Meyer, Contribb. 287. bosca, Dinn.

1 bocthach

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adj o, ā (bocad) softening, laxative : a nuinnimintibh bogtacha, C iv 2, 27ra 15 . brigh . . . dhiosgaoilteach bhog- thach, 23 K 42 , 378.18 . boctur an medon le neithibh bog- tacha `with laxatives', Rosa Ang. 60.17 . clister bogtach, 116.z .

2 bocthach

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x 2 bocach: boctach .i. moin no seiscenn, O'C. 86 (H.3.18, 64).

bocugad

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[u, m.] vn. of bocaigid. act of softening, moistening : sruth . . . do moethugadh ┐ do bocgucadh Parrduis ┐ in talman uili, BB 16a35 .

bocur

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x see bacar.