? 2 bráen

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adj `braon' bocht ` poor (?),' Met. Gl. 19 § 59.

bráenach

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Forms: braenachu, broenach, brain- ech

adj o, ā (1 bráen) shedding drops; wet, moist; well- watered: braonach .i. brónach, O'Cl. neolla braenachu (a p.) `rainy clouds', CCath. 3921. broenach dewy (of paradise), SR 977. for bruinnib betha broenaig, 8092 . for bith barr- glass broenach, Gorm. Ep. 1 (p. 250) . fian tolcha braon- uighe Breagh, TD 9.44 . mo p[h]enn beg brāenach `my . . . dripping pen' ( GJ viii 49b1 ), ZCP xiii 8.12 . pn As laudatory epithet of warriors: múadblosc b.¤ (of Mac Cecht), LU 7193 (BDD). fer broínech dub (of Cú Ch.), 8673 ( FB 51 ), brain- ech (?), 10218 (Tochmarc Emere). ropsat bróenaig (:róenaib) a daig-ḟir ` blood-stained ', Met. Dinds. iii 314.7 .

As subst. Mumaín in braenaig toirtig truim M. the humid . . ., BB 62a28 . o ros báidh an braenach bróin the lamented one, FM ii 594.z .

bráenaid

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v (1 bráen) wets, sprinkles, rains: cia broína-so do brattán though you wet your cloak (with tears), Fing. R. 191. co tanic topur usci assind inud sin corrobroen fo agid `he sprinkled it over his face', Thes. ii 338.31 . Cath Ratha Both ria Subne beos / rodas broena (: Aeda) / ollband ága was scattered by S. (?), LL 23617 ( Arch. Hib. ii 60 § 22 ). In abstract sense: in spirut nóeb ronbróena `may the Holy Spirit rain on us', Thes. ii 306.6 ( Hy. 1 ). Macha, robráena cach mbúaid `M. who diffused all excellencies', Met. Dinds. iv 124.13 . ? . . . ceand is chæmu cruth / fail gu mbruth forsmbrœniu (braenu, v.l.) bith `a place whereon with a glow the world distills' (?), Auraic. 559 = fil go mbrath for braoine in bith, 3179 .

bráenán

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n o, m. (1 bráen) drops; shower: bróenán fola húare / tria thóebán fodéne `the rain of . . . (Christ's) blood', Fél. Ep. 351. bróenán fola fota fland, LU 3838 ( SC 37 ). bróenán cró, LU 9679 = SG 399.1 . Fig. bráenan na maisi `the shower (abundance) of beauty' (Gloss.), Acall. 3185 v.l.

bráenfadach

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adj o, ā (1 bráen): gus an m-buinde . . . mbraenfadach foaming (of a waterfall), MR 104.8 .

bráengal

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n ā, f. (1 bráen + gal) shower, sprinkling: braenghal ḟerthana ` raindrops ', CCath. 1282. a mbraengal dhér ┐ ciamaire `showers of tears and sadness', 4785 . do broengail na fola, Cog. 182.13 .

brafad

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x see brathad.

brafall

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x see brefal.

braff

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x see brab.

braflang

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x see brathlang.

braflangach

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adj o, ā (brathlang): bairc mbelduibh mbraflang- aicch ` deceptive ', Hugh Roe² 4.z .