? boinne

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adj (-ó- ?): bratt bóinni odarda `a . . . soft cloak', Aisl. MC 53.18 . `boindi' blaithgel, Met. Gl. 34 § 23.

Boir

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pn (Lat. loanword) Boreas, the north wind: ceithre prim- gaetha in bet[h]a . . . in Voir atuaidh, CCath. 4336. Cf. in uorobir atúaidh, Leabh. ó Láimhsgr. xix 3840 .

boir

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ind b.¤ , Laws iv 24.12 Comm. gl. la buar buire, 20.6 . Cf. búire, búiriud.

boirbecht

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n = burbacht: bídh boirbeacht i n-gealgháire cruelty , Hard. ii 398.10 .

? boirbes

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n (of a mare) da bhi a boirbhis i na fhult (ed. reads an [boirbeas] i n-a fult), Magauran 1757 . Cf. borb, burbae.

Boirche

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n. pr. of a mythol. cowherd , Met. Dinds. iv 144.15 . Poss. common noun in: notuiled leo . . . / a muirech, a mór- B., ib. z (perh. `the bull or stag that leads the herd', notes). b.¤ .i. borr ágh, no agh mór, bairche .i. trén no laidir, O'Cl.

boirchech

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adj o, ā (Boirche) rich in bulls or stags (?): ri betha barrglais boirchich, SR 1033.

bó(i)rdréis

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n (Engl. loanword), C 498.43 = fimbrias, Celtica vii 138.27. ` wainscot ', Ó Bruad. i 170.4.

boirenn

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x see bairenn.

boiresc

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x see buiresc.

? boirithe

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adj (an fearaind . . .) a ngill re marg b.¤ ag maoraibh an Iarla `said land being in pledge for a noble mulct with . . . the stewards of the Earl', RIA Trans. xv (1826) 71.4 . For foiride?