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.

bod

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x see bot.

bod-

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x see buide compds.

bód

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n (Engl. loanword) woad: picti, do brethnaibh do cuireadh aigid fedil do bh.¤ . . . iondas gomdís uathmhara re a namhaid, Todd Nenn. Add. Notes vi 4.

boda

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x see boga.

bóda

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adj [io, iā] (bó, see Hessen, ZCP x 330.14 ) cowlike: borb .i. boda o aicnedh, O'C. 86 (H.3.18, 64). bái bódai blichtaide, Rawl. B 512, 112a (cited Meyer Contribb. 233 ).

bodach

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x see botach.

bodaing

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Forms: bogaing, boghaing

n f. Also bogaing (-ainn). boghaing (bodhaing, v.l.) f., IGT Decl. § 13 (66.5) . column (?), pillar (?), support (in a structure); (`vat (?),' Meyer Contribb. 234 ): bratt bacc bocc birell (bairell, v.l.) bodang (illustrating metrical feature of alliteration of all wds. in a line, see s.v. sreth), IT iii 30.15 . benda ┐ bodhainge (boghainne, bothuine, v.ll.) a benncobar `columns (?),' BNnÉ 207 § 55 . beid na fréamha ó bhfuil a mháthair / fa mhac Brian 'na mbodhangaibh (: Conallaigh) `the races . . . will be around the son of B. in phalanxes (?),' TD 16.49 . do ṡín a bend tar a bhodhuing / eng ré Tír Chon- uill do chuir, IGT Decl. ex. 643. Cf. boutain?