bonngal

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n ā, f. (1 bonn + gal) act of trampling; a trampling: re prapgail ┐ re bonngail . . . na miled, MR 256.16 .

bonnócach

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n long ghéagach bhonnógach, Measgra D. 48.19 . ` leaping, bouncing ' (bann ?), Gloss.

bonnsach

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x see bun(n)sach.

boo

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x = 1 ó: b.¤ as é . . . `since he it is that . . .', O'Gr. Cat. 330.17.

? bopul

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x ( = pupall or búaball ( Celtica xi 200-1 )?): bopulsciath dub delgnach díchummais cona deich findbolggaib fichet findruine sheltering shield (?), LL 24891 ; `bossed shield (?)´ Hessen s.v. bopal ; `huge shield´ Celtica xi 198 . Cf. bobailín Dinn .

bor, -bor-

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x see 2 for.

bóraime

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Forms: Bórama

n , f. (bó + ríme (rím), Meyer, Ériu iv 72 ). boraime: crolige, AU i 144.5 . bórama: tórama, LL 16841. Occas. bórr- (see Meyer ad loc. cit.) (cattle-) tribute; prey: is ed mairis aga[inn] d'iarsma na boroime ar n-eich, ZCP x 307.2 . co mboraimhe dírímhe ┐ co mbraitt iomdha `cattle spoil', FM ii 1090.1 . on bóraimhe sin do bhúaibh . . . do lean Bóruimhe don bhaile (see n. loc. below), Ériu iv 73.5 . Specifically of the Bórama or Leinster tribute imposed on the Leinstermen by the Tara kings: luid . . . Loegaire slogad co Laigniu do chuincid na boromi foraib, LU 9795. dobretha ratha fri Laigniu . . . conna íarfad in mboromi céin bad beó, 9799 . corus maith F. . . . in bórime do M., Trip. 554.2 . co saigid na bōramai (boruime, v.l.), ZCP xiii 377.7 . ro-bói ic tobuch na Borroma for Lagnib, RC xiii 42 § 22. is é Tuathal Techtmar tuc bórama a Lagnib i n-inad marbtha a da ingen .i. Fithir ┐ Dárḟini, LL 2924. ro naisc Tuathal in bórama .i. Trí choicait cét bó Tri choicait .c. mucc. Tri coícait .c. lend. Cách díb a bliadain. Da fichet ríg rosfuc ó Thúathal co Finnacta . . ., 2931 . nenaisc bóramai (of a Tara king), 4935 . imm brith uadib / inna bórime, 4962 . mathim na Bórama remission of the B. (by Fínnachta Fledach), 3078 . borrama bar mbúair, 38911 ( SG 384.1 ).

As n. loc. Brīan na Banba a Borumi, ZCP v 23 § 25. ótha Áth mBorrome anair, Ériu iv 72 n.1 . As epithet in n. pr. Brían Bóroma (expl. by Meyer ad loc. cit. as fr. the place- name): bennachtain Bríaín Bóroma (: toga), 71.19 . máthair Bhriain Bóirmhe, ITS i 4.2 . See Keat. iii 4033 ff .

borb

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adj o, ā. See ZCP xxviii 68 - 69 .

(a) foolish, silly, senseless; stupid, ignorant, unlearned; rude, uncouth: dangníid borp gl. stultus fiat, Wb. 8d9 . a galatu burpu gl. O insensati Galatae, 19b4 . is b.¤ dásachtach . . . cech duine o'n gentligecht, PH 724. b.¤ anbfhossad `rude', 727 . adrad na ndee mbalb mb.¤ , 730 . b.¤ ┐ dúr o cridhe (= stolidus ingenio et durus corde), 4656 . is borbb (: ord) nad aithgiuin a cheird ` uncultured ', Ériu ix 48 § 26. is b.¤ nách rofiarfaige / rīchedh an Rīgh, ZCP viii 201.29 . is b.¤ sráinfius cách a clann `it is senseless for anyone to overthrow his children', Fianaig. 74.13 . is b.¤ duid sin da rad rium-sa ` foolhardy ', St. Ercuil 1002. duine b.¤ neimh-leitirda (stultus et insipiens, Gloss.), Smaointe B. Chr. 1199. = rudis, 1509 . comad b.¤ fiadh Dia inti legas in Gaedhelg `rude', Auraic. 49. is b.¤ nad léga uncultured, Fél. 188.10 . sé b.¤ brogda bachlachda uncouth , LU 8519 ( FB 37 ). comtinol sloig buirb barbarda . . . do gallaib insi Orc, Cog. 152.14 . Of stone, etc.: mó na ail b.¤ chloche i clud `rough- hewn stone' ( Met. Dinds. iv 138.31 ), LL 29915. ní slios b.¤ unpolished (?), DDána 119.34 .

In chevilles: míad nad b.¤ , LL 3732. b.¤ in breth, MacCarthy 46.15 .

(b) fierce, rough, rude, violent, harsh; arrogant: lassar b.¤ `fierce flame', PH 2105. lámh as bh.¤ re biodhbhadhaibh, DDána 21a.11 . drong . . . nach b.¤ mbreath `whose decrees are gentle', Studies 1920, 567 § 17 . baránta b.¤ . . . lán do chon- fadh catha, TSh. 1072. bríathra borba = grievous words, Prov. xv 1. buidhne borba, Keat. Poems 1225. do choib- segud . . . in galair buirb ra-s-básaig ┐ ro-s-bánaig `violent sickness', CRR 2. in muir b.¤ baeglach, ML² 672. íoc-luibhe borba (of troubles, hardship, etc.), TSh. 8195. do budh b.¤ ren a brethnugadh co madh tualaing a fhaisneis `it were pride . . . to deem', BCC 431. b., díscir, fuileach `fierce, cruel', Eg. Gl. 99. (in complimentary sense) D. dúin móir / mín beoda b.¤ stern , Caithr. Thoirdh. 49.3 . Prov. b.¤ gach áth bhlaghas a bhruach turbulent (?), DDána 3.36 .

Compar. burbbu borbgnīm mebaid for Ulto fiercest of any fierce exploits, Arch. Hib. ii 62 § 48. Fig. is burba an mhuir se na mailíse, TSh. 2067. Adv. co b.¤ severely , Smaointe B. Chr. 2532.

(c) As subst. b.¤ na haineolach `silly . . . person', Laws v 6.11 Comm. a buirb ┐ a aneolaig, PH 2214. a latrandu ┐ a burbu (= uos latrones et stulti, cf. Math. xxi 12 ), 4530 . b.¤ cráibthech co nanecnu, Ériu i 198.2 . nobuirtís na buirb ` clowns ', TTr² 1875 . nī mess buirb, ZCP vi 267 § 9. ba lua fri borba (in list of impossible undertakings), BB 419b39 (burbae ?). gorbo saigin buirb ar baoth-mhacaib a mbēimenna, ML² 1731. badach (leg. bágach, ed.) cach b.¤ , Arch. iii 228.33 . Of animals: ni mo bar fis no fis na mborp archeana the knowledge of the beasts, YBL 157b21 . fuil b.¤ ainindli a n-aimsir laith `fierce . . . animals', Laws v 152.5 .i. cullaig ┐ tairb ┐ reitheda . . ., 154.28 Comm.

See 1 lúa, lúar, sundelb.

Compds. With nouns (incl. vnn.): borb erlabra (= stultilo- quia), PH 6879 , re borb-airlech fierce slaughter, MR 156.10 . rias a mbaoí an boirbbriseadh, FM v 1646.17 . clochan da borbchon, Acall. 3675. ri borbdigail ar gach nech notuillfed, Fen. 116.5 . is blagh . . .dá bhoirb-éachtaibh . . . máthair gan mhac, TSh. 1168. do borb[ḟ]hrichnum `unskilled service' (in maintaining a mill), Ériu xvii 72.z ( Laws iv 216.22 Comm. ). borbgal na curad, LL 17284 ( RC xlvii 311.z ). Brandub na mborb-gíall, Ériu i 130.26 . ri Firu Bolg ba borbgne uncouth of form, LL 938. bráu borb-leṅg `wild-whirling mill-stone', Met. Dinds. iv 94.14 . biodhgadh barramhail boirbretha `(he started it off) at a great pace, Ériu v 178.33 . 'na borb-ruathar in a furious onrush, ML 52.33 . a bhille bhig bhoirbsgéalaigh `with rude tidings', Ir. Review 1913, 623 § 3 . ben M. na mborbṡlatt ṁbind of the . . . strong scions, RC xlvii 307.11 . borbtsoillsi na maidhne, ZCP x 305.5 . See stúag. i-ndeirge mborb-tuile . . . `of fierce passions', Laws v 456.27 Comm. séideadh borb-thonn (= spiritus procellarum), TSh. 6197. With n. pr. ag borb-Eōgan, ML² 163. With n. loc. la Dond ṁbrogda ṁborb-Emna, Met. Dinds. iii 374.2 .

With adjj.: fear bríoghach boirbeódha `fierce and viva- cious', FM v 1484.15 . With adjj. derived from nouns: co bithnertmur, borbaiccentach ` cruelly ', ZCP vi 32.7 . rucastar bern bruitti borbainbthenach, Caithr. CC 16. an bith [b]orbamsach (ammus ? amus ?), ZCP viii 212 § 60. an mhuir bhorb-bhaoghlach, ML 46.13 . tri trom-gairi borb- buadnusacha `fierce, exulting . . . shouts', MR 178.10 . muc- naid cach borb-chraideach `every dull-minded person is sullen', ZCP xvii 67 § 62. an boirbfreagartach biodhbadh, ZCP x 276 § 2. do [shluagh] bhorbghasda, DDána 87.9 . ina buindeadhaibh borbghloracha, TBC St. 3238. borbpecac (of sacrificing a woman to the Nile), Ir. Astr. Tr. 52.11 . borb-ráitech ` menacing ', MR 194.9 . i srothaibh borb- thonnacha, TSh. 1981. na briathra borbuathbasacha sin `wild and terrible words', Aen. 2283.

borba

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x see burbae.

borbaigid

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v (borb) acts rudely, harshly: la B. nar' borbaig, glossed: na derna burba, Gorm. Jan. 29.

borblach

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Forms: borba, borblachas

n (borb): atcota buille b.¤ , 23 P 3 , 14 , cited Meyer Contribb. 240 ` rudeness ' = borba, Anecd. iii 13.6 . For borblachas ?