2 brattach

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Forms: bratach, braitaighe

n ā, f. (bratt) bratach f., IGT Decl. § 12 (62.2) . clothing; shield; banner, standard: ? fo bratach senrech (sernech, v.l.) sroiglech / srūamach maignech mīl meirlech good the (or which was a) banner (?), Corm. Y 496 (or to be referred to bratach ?) = fo bratach senrach soimlech / sruam- ach, O'C. 101 (H.3. 18, 69). atconcadar bratach na caillige . . . ar leabaidh rígh Laighen ` cloak ', Im. Brain 70.18 . bratach .i. sgiath, O'C. 1426 (H. 3.18, 640a), Ériu xiii 79 § 253. in B. Mind (name of shield), iv 28.9 . fa mergib ┐ fa mbratachaib, MR 224.3 . na bratacha snathcaine sreabanncaela sroil `flags', CCath. 4928. nocht do bhrataigh 'na biasd sróill `banner', Sc.G.St. iv 138 § 6. bratach mheic éachtaigh E. the banner of . . . Mac E., DDána 85.7 . tóigfidh sé bratach súas = ensign , Is. v 26. suaitheantas i mbrataigh gach taoisigh, Keat. iii 1969. Hence of company, regiment: da brataigh ar ḟichit do throighthechaibh ┐ deich mbratacha marc- shloigh `standards of foot . . . and . . . of cavalry', FM vi 2024.27 , 28 . ocht mbratacha .xxt. marcshluaigh `twenty- eight troops of cavalry', Geneal. History of the O'Reillys (ed. Carney), 39.20 . As defining gen. giolla braitaighe Diarmata ` standard-bearer ', BNnÉ 88 § 185 . na ḟer brataighe ag mac Iarla Urmumhan ` ensign ', FM vi 2272. 4 .

brattamna

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x see bruthdamnae.

brattán

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n [o, m.] (bratt) cloak, mantle: b.¤ `a little mantle', Mór M. § 11. cia broína-so do b.¤ , Fing. R. 191. loisccis an brosna a bratān, ZCP iii 228 § 1. brattan lainne (leg. Ḟl-) finne fair, Goid. 94.20 . Fig. bratān fola fīrdāer costly covering of blood (man redeemed by blood of Christ), Arch. iii 238 § 10 ( Aithd. D. 80 ).

brattgal

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n [ā, f.] (bratt; cf. Lloyd-Jones, Féilscr. Torna 83 ff .): bratgal na mbrat siúil risna bennaib, LL 32230 `the flapping of the sails', TTr. 1420.

brattrad

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adj (bratt): bratradh lethsgél = covered excuse, RSClára 101a .

bráu

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x see 1 bró.

braut

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x see D-degóir 180.25.

-bré

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x see bruinnid, do-bruinn.

breb

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Forms: -b, preb

n with unlen. -b. Also preb (Romance loanword *breb meaning piece (cf. prebán), semantically infl. by Engl. bribe, Greene, Ériu xxi 28 ff .) bribe; gift, reward: mór an bhrígh don bhreib a mblíaghna / nach (add leig ? Notes) rígh ná Iarla as `bribe', Bard. Synt. Tr. 212.14 . do aontuigh Giesi cumhaidh nó breab do ghlacadh ó Naaman, Eochairsg. 64.1 . tairg mar bhreab (phreab, v.l.) do dhearc go sile sí deór (to the Virgin), Hackett xxiv 13 . nár umhluigh breaba do ghlacadh `who never stooped to accept bribes', E. O'Rahilly 204.2.

In ad hoc (octosyllabic) compd. leidhbreipsgíseingeall- útoisdiogh, IGT Introd. § 137.

brebgal

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Forms: prapgal

n [ā, f.]= prapgal (see prap(p) and Ériu xxi 30 § 12 ): bonnc[h]osa bana . . . ic brebgail jerking (of dying warriors), CCath. 6101.

brebóitech

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adj [o, ā] (breb): breitheamh breabóideach . . . rug claoin-bhreath mar gheall ar chumaoin ` bribe-taking ' (Vocab.), TSh. 6787.