bodéin, bodeisin

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x fadéin: da marbad bodein, TTebe 4569 . bodein .i. me féin, Lec. Gl. 181. dorigni spraic moir . . . ar A. badesin, TTebe 2950 . imdegail ┐ didin a tæib bodeisin, 4523 .

bódela

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n (bó + dela) teats of a cow: ? brūchtaid in būar b.¤ , ZCP viii 105.3 .

bodesta

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adv = fodechtsa: dēna do slondud b.¤ now , Ériu i 124.25 . frestail-siu . . . mo chomhrac b.¤ , MR 308.4 .

bodrad

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Forms: bodhradh, -aidh

o, m. vn. of bodraid: bodhradh, m. g s. -aidh, IGT Decl. § 11 (55.13) . See buidred.

bodraid

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Forms: bodrad

v (bodar) deafens: ro bodrais sind, or sī, oc imrádud do maic, Fing. R. 107. do bhodhar siansán na psalm / a's glór garbh na gclog mo chluas, Oss. iv 54.12 . confuses, troubles: nīmthairle erchor amhnas / sech Macc Dé medras bodras `which perturbs' (.i. bodarfis .i. buadres in fis, 31 ), Thes. ii 352.3 (Hy. vi). do bhodhar an tSionainn, an Life, is an Laoi `are become discordant', E. O'Rahilly 114.9. Vn. bodrad.

bodrán

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n [o, m.] (bodar) tabor, drum: mar timpan, no mar tabur (bodhran, v.l.), Rosa Ang. 268.15 . Cf. bodarán.

bódún

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x see badún.

boga

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Forms: bogha, bóghadh

n m. (ON loanword, Bidrag 59 , 127 ) bogha m., IGT Decl. § 2. bow (weapon): telggai b.¤ fuile formach n-air ale, bar Laeg, LL 12280 ( TBC 6032 ). dorat E. . . . saigit ina b.¤ , Arch. iii 323.17 . ro idhbair a séodu ule . . . etir eocho . . . ┐ bogha ┐ bolgṡaighid, RC xviii 182.8 (Tig.). tucusa sidhi retha . . . mar soighid a bogha, Acall. 6057 - 8 v.l. batar leosen saigitbuilc . . . ┐ bogada blathi blabuidi, Cog. 158.23 . do bogadaibh bircennaip benncrommaibh, CCath. 5442. tuc- catur in fraiss do bai isna bodhadaib dia 'raili `shot off the volley . . . in their bows', Ann. Conn. 1405.15 . bró do bhogh- aibh `a dense mass of bows', Magauran 3611 . h'fearg ag béin dā mboghadhuibh `your fierceness tackling their bows (i.e. killing their bowmen)' (Notes), O'R. Poems 60. do bhris sé saighde an bhogha, Ps. lxxvi 3. Fig. a bogha an bháis, TSh. 3863. Attrib. gen.: lucht bóghadh `bowmen', Rel. Celt. ii 188.26 . tarrla dfior bogha, 27 . bow, curve: co fuil an b.¤ ata a timcill na talman comhcruinn `the curve' (of the firmament), Ir. Astr. Tr. 22.21 . bogha uisge = a rainbow , Rev. iv 3. biorbhogha `a Rainbow ', Eg. Gl. 733.

Name of a plant: pulleghium Planta Christi .i. bogha .m. .i. lochull, Arch. i 333 § 26. See lochall.

Compds. With noun: na boghabhla bending (i.e. laden) appletrees, IGT Decl. ex. 136. With adj. boghadhonn (b.¤ + donn), boghadonn (boghadh + donn), IGT Introd. § 142. (illustr. of two types of compd.).

bogainn

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x see bodaing.

bogam

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x see 1 boc compds.

bogatóir

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Forms: boghadóir

n (boga) boghadóir, m., IGT Decl. § 50. bowman, archer: cethri fichit boghadoir, Expugn. Hib. 12.