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.

bolt(a)nugad

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u, m. vn. of bolt(a)naigid. act or power of smelling; emitting a smell, scent; smell; odour, fragrance: ica boltnugud smelling him, Rawl. B 512, 67c cited Plummer MS. notes. robé bolltanugud in spirta nōib isna srōnaib-sea may the fragrance of the Holy Spirit be in these nostrils, Arch. iii 232.24 . in tan at-chluined boltnugud a námat . . . acht fá baltnugud in bíd ┐ in lenna fil issin dunudsa, LL 35054 (MU). abla cumra . . . romgab foltnugad subach / fá boltnugad a mbolaid, SG 347.20 . a sásad don boltnogud (donboltanugud, LB) fil is tir (viz. tír na naeb), LU 1981 ( FA 5 ). co [m]boltan[u]gad aingliga `a heavenly odour', Grail 556 . bolltanugud mar do beth a parthus aiste (i.e. from a shrine), Fier. 251. ma ro benad . . . do duine . . . sron co mboltunugad `with the sense of smell', Laws iii 348.13 Comm. don tsróin a boltnughadh its power of smelling, TSh. 2845. cech thoraid co mboltnugud, MacCarthy 42.1 . ar feabus boltanaighthe bhar nettaighedh `by the goodly smell of your garments', BNnÉ 50 § 37 . fo bhíthin ruithenta lōgmaire shubhāilcighe in boltanaighe (= aighthe) dhíadha glōrmair, Fl. Earls 118.8 . Fig. act of smelling after, nosing out; scrutinizing carefully: ag boltnughadh go fuireachair ar bhéasaibh cáich, TSh. 1613. nach déanann boltnughadh ar eisiompláiribh . . . na naomh, 1920 .

boltnaigthe

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part. of bolt(a)naigid: bolud na mblath ṁb.¤ (ṁbotlnaigthi, MS., n. 1) sweet-smelling , SR 488.

boltnaigthech

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adj o, ā (bolt(a)naigid) fragrant: céo mór soblasta b.¤ , Laud 610, 25b cited Meyer Contribb. 238.

bomilge, bómilge ?

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see 1 melg.

bómlacht

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n (bó + mlicht) (see O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 162 n.1 ) cows' milk: bōmlacht .i. bó ┐ lacht, Corm. 7 , Corm. Y 128.

bomman(n)ach

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adj o, ā (boimm) made of pieces, variegated, chequered: bratt bommannach co mbúaid cach datha thariss, TBC 5338. cuarsciath amlach aladhbreac engac[h]-bom- manach `pieced together (?),' CCath. 5312.

1 bon

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adj (Lat. bonus) expld. as good: b.¤ .i. maith, Lec. Gl. 170, M 33 . banindsce . . . b.i [n]dsce .i. b.¤ maith, 222 . See 2 búan and 2 bun.

2 bon

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x see 1 bun.

bónat

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n (bó): bocola (= bucula) .i. bonat, Thes. ii 362.22 .

? bondid

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x uinitor .i. finb.¤ , Thes. ii 48.3 (Philarg.). For the root cf. (as-) boind ? boingid ? See F 137.49.