? boll

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n b.¤ quasi bull de nomine bulla [.i.] bolg uisce, Thr. Ir. Gl. 6.

bollsaire

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Forms: ballsaire

n [i, m.] (perh. based on Lat. pulso; cf. also pulsator and med. Lat. pulsatorius `bell-ringer', Med. Latin Word-list, Baxter and Johnson). herald, crier; marshal, seneschal: bollsairedha ┐ callairedha . . . d'imfostadh ┐ d'imfuireach na sluag, CCath. 4850. na boillsuireadh , Dhá Sgéal Art. 718. b.¤ .i. maruscál tighe, Keat. ii 3912. an b.¤ ┐ an fear garma bhíos ag fógra go hárd ar feadh an tighe (= pregonero), Desid. 6585. ballsaire `a Herald, a publisher ', Eg. Gl. 87.

bollstéir

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n (Engl. loanword): iar dtoirche na bhfear tar Féil / seacham go soithche bollstéir `since the men went past me to the bed of death ', Ó Bruad. ii 150.14 .

bolmar

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adj o, ā (bol): la diis ṁbolmair (bollmair, mbladmar, v.ll.; : Cornail) ` learned (?),' Fél. Sept. 14.

? bolorda

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adj cona mblathaib bolordaib fragrant (?), SR 972. Cf. bolad.

boltaigid(ir)

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Forms: boltigme

v (bolad) smells: ni boltigetarside bolad fidei `they savour not', Wb. 14d34 . boltigme gl. olfacere, Thes. ii 5.28 .

boltaigthetu

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n t, m. (cf. boltaigid) odour, fragrance: airis mor a túdmaire side ┐ a mb.¤ gl. gutta et casia, Ml. 65c9 .

boltanach

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adj (bolad) fragrant: būana bat bithbūana / bolltanaig bithṡlāna, ZCP viii 201.25 .

boltanad

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Forms: boltanadh, bolltanadh

m. vn. of boltanaid (see boltanaigid). odour; fragrance; sense of smell: boltanadh (bolltanadh, MS.) gl. odor, Ir. Gl. 1088. don boltunud ticed di, Acall. 6203. as olc an boltanadh breún ar gach uile sgeathraigh, 23 K 42 , 219.8 . cor linadh an eclas uile don bolltanad nemaidhe tainic de `fragrance', BCC 363. an teistecht . . . an blas . . . an bolt- anadh, O'Gr. Cat. 277.29. slāinti orgāin an bolltanaid = odoratus, RSláinte 1551.

bolt(a)naigid

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Forms: boltanad, bolt(a)nugud, boltnaigthe

v = boltaigid(ir): boi dī. srón aice fodáig co mboltnaiged fén cech brentad, LB 143a12 . do bholtnuigh an tighearna deaghbhaladh = smelled, Gen. viii 21. in chuipris boladmar, o sastar ┐ o mboltnaigther cech n-iresech is made fragrant (?) (of a cross), PH 2450. Note also: bolta- naid siat = odor[et] mustum, RSláinte 1565. Vn. boltanad, bolt(a)nugud. Part. boltnaigthe.

boltanas

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n [o], m. (cf. boltanad) sense of smell; fragrance: trés an mblas nó trés an mb.¤ , Desid. 3020. cá háit a mbíadh an boltanus ? = the smelling , 1 Cor. xii 17. boltanus an moighe . . . rug barr . . . o neithibh degbalaidh uile, Aisl. Tund. 140 § 2. tír fholtsholuis na n-eas nocht, / boltonuis (? leg. fholtsholus: boltonus, Notes) leas is lubhghort `per- fume', O'Hara 3154.