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?

Bóirmech

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pn (bóraime): an Bóirmheach mór Brian Bóroimhe , Ó Bruad. iii 124.5 .

Boirnech

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Forms: Boirneach, Boirneach

pn (bairenn) a native of the Burren (Co. Clare): Boirneach, m., IGT Decl. § 11 (55.9) . Boirneach, f., § 12 (62.4) .

boiscell

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x see baiscell.

boiseóc

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x see baiseóc.

bóit

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n = móit. búid bóid, f., IGT Decl. § 14 (69.4) . Conn mhac Úna nár bris bóid, IGT Decl. ex. 680. feidm bóideadh dāeine da deōin / aeine in beōil in cōiced cēim, Arch. iii 237 § 25 `a willing service of men's wishes', Aithd. D. 62.25 .

? boitell

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n `boigill' (boitheall, boitheal, boiteall, v.ll.) borb, Met. Gl. 21 § 70.

boithin

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n (2 both) small hut : i mbothin bic, Fing. R. 509.

boithine

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n io = boithín: ina bothiniu, LL 36252. ina mboithiniu `in their hut', Lism. L. xi 8.