braithemdae

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adj [io, iā] (braithem): Iudas tria phoicc ṁbrathemdai traitorous , SR 7742.

bráitherda

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x see bráthardae.

braithid

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v (brath) betrays: ni braitfithar tusa de sin, TBC St. 968 = nit merad-su (.i. nít mairnfed) sain, TBC 1081. cétaín ro braith (: ṡaich) Ísu n-ard, Murphy Metrics 52 § 15 . ro- braithed o desciplaib fén he, PH 2298. in tan ro-braithestar . . . Ísu Crist, 8191 . is aen uaib no-m-braithfi-sea, 2373 . braithfet dit mo chele `I shall betray to thee my spouse', TTebe 1505 . an biodhbha do bhraith sibse `who betrayed Thee', Aithd. D. 73.2 . ná braith = betray not, Is. xvi 3.

In wider sense espies, spies, points out, discloses; perceives, notices, considers: brathim-se duit in baile i fuigbe é na chotlud, Corp. Gen. 403. do bhraithfinn daeibh an uaidh ann `I would point out to you', Misc. Celt. Soc. 162.17 . braithim do . . . / an craobh thoraidh on tuaiscert I proclaim to . . . (?), ZCP ii 335.3 . sa chaithir i gcrú an asail / braithidh lasair thú ar tosaigh `reveals', Dán Dé vii 12 , IGT Decl. ex. 427 (brath-, v.l.). bratir (brathir, MS.) dūn ardabstail Ērenn let us observe the high apostles (?), Arch. iii 303.9 . ná braith- tear maoith 'n-a meanmain let no dispiritedness be seen, O'Hara 2767. do braith (: flaith) bean / . . . ar techeadh `sensed our banishment', Magauran 673 . braithim-se dhuit cá bhfuighbhir . . . L. `I can tell you', Keat. ii 4500. an tan . . . bhraitheas a bhríogh spioradálta agá chlódh when he perceives, TSh. 183. tresa mbraithfidhe dīomháoinius . . . orra = by which . . . they might be noted of vanity', RSClára 116a . ros- braith tria báig in bine `the ill deed . . . wrought their ruin', Met. Dinds. iv 130.113 . is í ben do braithedar dó .i. inghen I Chonchubair `they chose', L. Chl. Suibhne 3. nír braitheadh linn liaigh ar gcabhra `we had no hope of a leech', Aithd. D. 66.16 . tiodhlaicthe Dé dár bhflaithibh / a gcur ar gcúl ná braithidh `think not to put aside', Content. vi 66.

bráithirse

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x see bráthirse.

braithlis

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x see braichles.

bráithrán

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n [o, m.] (bráthair): b.¤ gl. fraterculus, Sg. 45b4 .

bráithre

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x see bráthair.

bráithrech

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adj o, ā = bráithremail: páirt an fhial-bhalcáin . . . bhráithrich, Hard. i 154.6 .

bráithremail

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adj (bráthair) brotherly; consisting of brothers or members of the same kin-group: roba chomlund . . . braith- remail sin do leith dar leth contest of brothers, TTebe 3122 . d'éirig bághborrfad b.¤ . . . i nÚib Bhloid tréna dtermonn dúthchais do dhianloscad `passion ran high . . . for their brethren', Caithr. Thoirdh. 35.37 . do díbreadh uait . . . / do theaghlach bocht bráithreamhail (to a monastery), DDána 122.2 .

brá(i)thres

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Forms: bráithres, -ris, -resa, brathirsi

n u and o, m. (bráthair) bráithres m. g s., n p. -ris, -resa, IGT Decl. § 38. brotherliness ; brotherhood ; kinship ; kinsmanship : is iad rocengal a mbaidh et a mbraithres re cele ( = confraternitas), Aisl. Tund. 118.3 . ar nach áil duibse a mbráthris, doberat cath duibsi since you do not wish for their alliance, Anecd. iii 72.2 . brisiud braithressa `breach of brotherhood', Fen. 178.2 . cuimhne an bhráithris bhím do mhaoidheamh, DDána 94.3 . do brisedh breithre ┐ braith- reasa for aroile `brotherly friendship' (of two brothers), FM v 1678.4 . nar mhaith an bráithreas do Chonall sin do ghlacadh `that Conall did not show himself a good kinsman by accepting it', Keat. ii 5735. ar son bráithreasa braithtear `by his kinship', Content. xx 11. ? an bāidh brāithreisi brotherly love, ZCP viii 214.11 = brathirsi, Lec. 171 va 39 .

braithte óir

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n (braithid) betrayer: an braithteoir . . . .i. Iudas, Smaointe B. Chr. 2874.