brécnad

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x = brécnugad: gan bhréagnadh `in sooth', E. O'Rahilly xxix 5.

? brécnaid

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Forms: bhreugnadh

v = brécnaigid: ma deirir nach coimhlionfar, do bhreugnadh (fut. ?) tu Dia, Luc. Fid. 5589.

brécnaigid

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v (bréc) proves false; belies; discredits, refutes: breic- neocar dala fer ┐ fiorfaiter dala ban, TBC St. 470. do breg- naid se séla Dé falsified the seal of God, PH 7627. mur dobregnad (leg. -naig ?) an fer-sin in tenga bithnua made out to be false, RC xxiv 377.16 . anos bhréagnoiththear Bricne `now is B. shown to have been wrong', O'Hara 3651. ná brégnaigh glár fíre Finn, Sc. G. St. iv 142 § 22. cindus do brecnóchadh se sin `how he might confute that', BCC 241. don leabhar sin (sc. L. Gabhála) creidid cách / do bhréagnuigh tú gibé fáth `you . . . reject', Content. vi 15.

brécnaigthe

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vbl. of necess. of brécnaigid: ní bréagnuighthe . . . mo laoidh `must not be made false', A. Ó Dálaigh xxxiv 3 .

brecnat

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Forms: brecnatin

n (brecc): cuili, biasta, brecnata locusts ( Exod. x 13 - 15 ), SR 3934. brecnatin gl. scinifes ( Exod. viii 16 ), Thes. i 1.4 .

brécnugad

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u, m. vn. of brécnaigid. Also brécnachad. act of falsifying; proving false, giving the lie to, refuting: do bhréag- naghadh ní huair d'ḟior, DDána 74.8 . ag bréag-nughadh an mheasea bhíos ag an saidhbhir sanntach air féin, TSh. 10063. briathra De do bhreugnughadh, Luc. Fid. 5584. an breug- nughadh tugamar ar an nídh seo cheana ` confutation ', Keat. i 48.z . slán a bhréagnuighthe orm d'ḟear `I defy anyone to deny that', Content. xxi 8. In cheville: gan breccnacadh `deception', BNnÉ 198 § 30 .

breccóc

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Forms: brecoigi

n : a dhiripi talmhun ic techidh brecoigi a little trout (?) (brecc), IT iii 102 § 185.

bréctha

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vbl. of necess. of brécaid: lán beoil nach bréagtha molta `her praise cannot be gainsaid', A. Ó Dálaigh x 2.

bréd

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x see bréit, -ed.

brefal

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Forms: brefel, brafall

n also brefel, brafall. treachery, deceit: cen brefail (chev.), ZCP viii 232 § 11. nocha ttainicc tar a dhéd / ní badh breg nó bhadh b.¤ , ZCP i 64 § 101. eochair báisse brefel (: teched), vi 270 § 8 . As quasi -vn.: ticc dar cuiredh na ndochum / fochann buiden do brafall (glossed: rob adbar buidean do milleadh tre chelg sin) `taking . . . by surprise', Leb. Gab. 108.6 .

breflech

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adj (brefal): cúan b.¤ fo brón-guba `a treacherous brood' (of demons), Met. Dinds. iv 84.z .