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 ?

borblachas

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n o, m. (borb) fierceness, harshness, rudeness, violence: ni denad b.¤ , LL 19213. a mbrigh ┐ a mborblachus ┐ a morghal ṁiled, BB 419a44 . tre borblachus ` violence' (of injury to oxen by ploughmen), Laws iii 268.18 Comm. imain borblachuis `boisterous driving' (of cattle, etc.), v 140.3 Comm. ni bid borbl[ach]us do and `it is not any impropriety in him', ii 52.4 Comm. is sedh is agra borblachais do, ueth ag agru fiach air, ┐ cinnte aige na dlecht ni de `unjust suing', 142.5 Comm. isedh is comairci borblachais and, neimdeitin dligid in comairci damaging protection (?), O'C. 2034 (H. 4.22, 57a).

borbraige

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n (borb): rí Ulad ┐ b.¤ Ulad archena ` champions' (`fighters (?),' Gloss.), RC xiii 40 § 10.

bord

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n o, m. (OE loanword with infl. in some usages of ON, Bidrag 43, 121. See also Mod. Lang. Notes 1944, 476 .) b.¤ m., IGT Decl. § 67.

(a) edge, side, border, brink. Of land, terrain, etc.: Buichet buird Breg, ZCP viii 262 § 12. b.¤ ro (= re) L. beside (?) L., Arch. Hib. ii 85 § 42. co b.¤ in Montig `edge', Ann. Conn. 1247.7 . ar b.¤ Droma Cliab, 1278.3 . d'iath Banbha na mb.¤ n-oirrdhearc, O'Hara 1533. ar chosnumh na mb. mBréifneach `borders', Magauran 3241 . docum buird na clasach `edge of the entrenchments', CCath. 2489. o b.¤ tuaiscertach mara Torrein shore , 3019 . dar b.¤ in daire, Acall. 1944. in med soillsigter don b.¤ ichtarach ar a primh (of the moon), Ir. Astr. Tr. 90.13 . im b.¤ na habund `on the bank of the river', RC vi 176.4 . b.¤ gach átha brink, IGT Decl. ex. 993. tar bh. an bháre over the line of the goal, RC xxix 116 § 13. ba leis in Banba 's a buirid (buird, v.ll.: uird), xlvii 303.17 . Of constructions, buildings: ós bhórdaib a glan- ghrianán ` eaves ', SG 111.41 . bláith sliombuidhe a buird 's a bruaich (in praise of a castle), DDána 119.7 . Of ships board; side, gunwale, bulwark: do c[h]engladar na tēda righne . . . dona ruadborduib, ML² 682. doroich long muinteri Cesair b. fria b.¤ risin luing `side by side with the ship', CCath. 2055. cach mb.¤ ┐ cach leth don luiṅg (` plank '), TTebe 1995 . b.¤ na luinge, Acall. 7000. for b.¤ in curaig `on the gunwale', RC xiv 48 § 55. tiaghaid asteach ar b.¤ loinge `on board ship', Fl. Earls. 8.6 .

In phr. tar b.¤ (cf. rola tar b.¤ na loingi san fairgi `threw him overboard', Aen. 1000. luid dar b.¤ `she leapt overboard', Met. Dinds. iv 4.27 ): dorochair dar b.¤ he was killed, MacCarthy 186.7 . cuirfidh badhbh beadhg tar b.¤ will spring overboard (i.e. will alight, go into action on the battlefield ?), ML 122.10 . da marbhar C. / ni mu[irfet] duine dhá és, / nocha dtiobar lem (bem, v.l.) tar bo[rd] I won't go too far (?), TBC St. 2708. gal co ndechaid tar b.¤ amach valour that flowed over (i.e. that had no bounds), Fél. 262 § 27.

Further applications: co ṅgé[i]s badb dia burd dia blaí `from its rim' (of a shield), Ériu xx 192 § 5. co rascailt a sciath o bili co b.¤ , TTebe 4277 . dar borddaib na carpat, TFerbe 19 . coro dóirt a trí tonna dar borddaib di over the sides (of a vat), 199 . a bhi ar burd ardain handle on the side of a drinking vessel (?) (to a person), IT iii 99 § 165. corn . . . / atá d'ór ina bórduib `in its circumference', SG 138.12 . deich m-bruit co n-a m-bórdaib d'ór gold borders, BR 166.2 . ó bhórdaibh a bróg, Keat. Poems 115.

(b) board, table: toccbuither na buird (= tollitur cibus, Meyer Contribb. 240 ), Aisl. Tund. 93 § 2. dobered . . . praind for b.¤ , LB 233b40 . ro tógbad buird altacha órdacha ann `jointed tables pieced together', Fianaig. 56.1 . buird do thoccbail, Fier. 95. co roibhi in bórd ar talmhain do modh na seanndaine (of the Last Supper) (= mensa, Gloss.), Smaointe B. Chr. 3231. 'na shuidhe ar bh.¤ `at table', Dán Dé iv 20 . ag bórd an chusduim, Mark ii 14 (1810). ar an mb.¤ on the table, TSh. 281. inadh aoibhinn . . . go mbortt marmair, Fl. Earls 208.27 . tig . . . forsan mb.¤ comes . . . to the table, 250.31 . gan teannta búird ná binnse `lacking support of . . . board or bench' (a scribe's excuse), O'Gr. Cat. 34.1. bórd na Comaoine `the Communion Table ', Donl. 62.21 . mar fhearann buird `mensal land', Keat. i 110.24 . Fig. nocha conair bórd go col not the way of sinful tables (i.e. is not guilty of gluttony), SG 70.22 . Cing Airtur .i. do orrdaig an b. cr[uind] the Round Table , AU i 22.9 . teaghlach glan an geal Bhuird Chruinn, IGT Decl. ex. 1510.

(c) seat, bench: docuir in diuice Sir Gyi ar aenb. ris fein, ZCP vi 39.28 .

Compds. With nouns: dar in mbordbil iarnaidhe (of a shield), CCath. 5324. dom chur síos le bordghail (-ghal, MS.) bháin `bloodless table-fight', Ó Bruad. ii 164.4 . ós bord-imlib in beatha, MR 112.7 . ar Bhóird-lios na Bóinne báine, Keat. Poems 432.

With adjj. (incl. part.): dorindedh blodha beca, bordbrisdi do sciath Sir H., ZCP vi 42.10 . a beilgedh biothfhoda bord- chumag, Hugh Roe² 196.24 . seach bhilibh a sgiath mbóird- gheal bright-rimmed , ML 128.30 . trí locha bord-ghlana with bright banks, 96.2 . bél bórdimlech broad-lipped ? (of a hag), Caithr. Thoirdh. 104.19 . fa mbratachaib . . . bord-nuídi, MR 224.4 . bláithleca bordriagalta smooth straight-edged flagstones (for a tomb), Caithr. Thoirdh. 54.15 .

bordach

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adj o, ā (bord): cun brōin borddaig rimmed , RC xlvii 301.16 .

Bordgal

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Forms: brodgaili

n [ā, f.]

(a) Burdigala now Bordeaux , Meyer, Misc. Hib. 34 § 17. o Bordgail Letha, Trip. 238.11 (cf. in Quinta Vita (i.e. Trias Thaumaturgae, Colgan), c. 14. `venit cum Gallis . . . ad Brotgalum,' 239 n.2 ). As Irish n. loc.: B. ┐ Lemchaill, BColm. 62.22 . .uii. nepscuip Borddgaile, LL 374b15 . cland Flaind bordgaili, BB 143d16 = brodgaili, Lec. 106ra29. See Hog. Onom.

(b) ` famous resort, gathering, assembly ', Meyer, loc. cit. slánchotlud Iohannis / i ṅEfis, án b.¤ , Fél. Dec. 27. Ep. 254. a rrúama (sic leg.) cen táde / it bordgala míle `meeting places or the goal of pilgrimage of thousands' (Meyer), Prol. 72. (of Félire Oengusso) is foillsiugud fertae, / doformaig cech ṁb. (: ordan) (brotgail, v.l.), Ep. 206. bendacht cecha b.¤ (cacha brotgail, v.l.) / for t'ordan, a Íssu, Prol. 275.

bordmar

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adj o, ā (bord): biadhmhar, . . . bórdmhar ` meal- consuming ', E. O'Rahilly (1900) 184.3 .

boréta

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n (Lat. boreotis) northern: isna crichaib borétaib, Alex. 437.

borg

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n o, m. (med. Lat. loanword, Bidrag 121 ) `seems to mean the outer circumvallation round a `ráth',' O Daly, Celtica v 190 . Usu. fort; (fortified) town, city; castle: atbath b.¤ (brog, brocc, v.ll.) tromm Temra, Fél. Prol. 165. b.¤ Aillinne úallach, 189 . b.¤ Emna, 193 . ro lín burgu (burcu, brugu, v.ll.) betha, 140 . liss aurslocthi. Búirg (i subscr.) fáenbéla (rhet.), LU 8715 ( FB 53 ). dar a dorus in mórbuirg (: uird), TFerbe 842 . cuirt no borcc gl. curta, Sg. 57a6 . aball . . . ō burg Etāile dianit ainm Abellanium, Corm. Y 1272. orofalnamar ara betha borgcaib (rhet.) since we ruled o'er the strongholds of the world, Corp. Gen. 79.12 . nírbo b.¤ (brog, broc, borb, v.ll.) báeth ar bruidin (of Tara), Met. Dinds. i 32.2 . In fanciful n. loc. roselt ar B. mBúredach / brudne Da Dergae turchomruc (rhet.), LU 7279 (BDD). dimbúaid sceóil / fartbi ecland / la b. dubaithech (rhet.), 8943 ( FB 71 ).

Compd. ba borg-bile co mbodb-ṡlait `a castle like a trunk' (of Tara), Met. Dinds. i 28.14 .

borgach

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adj o, ā (borg): ri betha borggaig castled (?) (of God), SR 3787.