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.

borgdae

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adj io, iā (borg): borggdae cuirtaide gl. curtensis, `belonging to a town, belonging to a court´ Sg. 57a7 .

bormont

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n mormónt(-a): mar mormont (bhormónt, v.l.) ar seirbi, De Contemptu 1641 . lé b.¤ (= absinthio, Jerem. ix 15 ), TSh. 6719.

borr

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adj o, ā swelling; swollen, thick: `b.' bruchtadh, Met. Gl. 32 § 5 . for goblaib crand broach ṁb.¤ , LL 6079. as a bruinnib a beoil buirr `out of her breasts her fat lips' (of the monstrous mother of Lot), Leb. Gab. 50.23 . Of the sea: tar bríoghloch bórr bóchna, Hackett xxi 15 . Fig. in tond báeth b.¤ immar bráth (of Fer Diad), Táin 3577 . srúaim sruthb. slán (rhet.), LL 13859.

In wider sense big, large; great, vast; mighty, strong; puffed- up, proud: boirend .i. b.-ond .i. cloch mōr, O'Mulc. 181. as ionann b.¤ ┐ mór, O'Cl. s.v. búireadhach (sic leg.). imon ṁbeist ṁbuirr, SR 881. b.¤ .i. mórdhacht, díomas, méid mheanman ┐ fós móirmheanmnach, O'Cl. cethir brāithir buirr four mighty brothers, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 27 § 2. dit loingis buirr (rhet.), LU 6644 (TBC). Aed ailig uill / . . . / rect ṁborrfaid buirr, IT iii 21 § 62. in bruiden b.¤ , the proud hostel, ZCP xi 109 § 10. gébaid Banbai mbuirr `mighty B.', RC xxix 211 § 5. co barr esgach brátha buirr, Airne F. 273. i nGlionn Bolcain buirr `of mighty B.', Buile S. 70.12 . co Bodamair mbuirr (: muing) `proud B.', Met. Dinds. iii 234.11 . ? Equat. buirither gort glas, Ériu xvii 91 § 12 (leg. buirrithir, ZCP xxvii 326 ).

b.¤ (subst. ?) .i. aborra (leg. ab ebore ? ed.) .i. eilefaint, Phil. Soc. Trans. 1859, 174, 176 . Ugaine tri bliadna in b.¤ , LL 4347. ? a coímdhiu . . . / conic b.¤ mbrethaile, IT iii 91 § 130 .

As n. pr. co tech mBuirr in Broga, LU 10308 = ZCP iii 236.24 .

Compds. With nouns: mórbruth mborrbíastae (rhet.), LU 8685 ( FB 52 ). bidh e an lasair bhorrbrátha `a flame of fierce doom', BNnÉ 193 § 13 . falgai betho borrbuidne (rhet.) the world's proud bands, LU 8353 ( FB 24 ). meic borrchrothi blāthi `son of smooth clustering cream', Aisl. MC 33.16 . See borrlus. borróclach `a brawny fellow (?)' (Gloss.), BDD2 1162 . co sústaib brúthi borrṡlat `with crushing flails of strong rods', ( TFrag. 218.20 ), LL 7548. borrthoradh .i. mor- thoradh, O'Cl. C. . . . / aidcgled cach ṁblicht mborr-thoraid `of swelling fruit', Met. Dinds. iii 4.22 . meic borrthoraid brecbāin `son of fair speckled fruit-clusters', Aisl. MC 33.4 .

With adjj.: triar torc borrbalc, LL 16700. os muir bhorr- brais over the swelling and vast sea, Anecd. i 63.3 . With adjj. derived from nouns: beread Feimen ḟedan mborrbeimendach `giving shrewd knocks' (Plummer MS. notes), IT iii 71 § 27. ingen druth borrdualach with bushy locks, 98 § 159 .

? borra

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x see buirre.

1 borrach

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n (borr): duine saidhbhir fear dhá bhó / is b.¤ mór fear a trí `a proud, pretentious person' (Gloss.), Dánfhocail 37 . ? As n. pr. B. macc Annti, IT ii2 125.7 .

2 borrach

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n [ā, f.] (borr ?): cona secht n-imairib dec do borraig fīrlosæ, Aisl. MC 123.32 ` bunch ', Gloss. ? Cf. b.¤ ` borrage ', P. O'C. b.¤ `a bladder ', ibid. As n. loc.: Ó Bhorraigh go Tráigh, Hy Fiachr. 172.18 .