1 breis

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x see 1 bres.

2 breis

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n an bh.¤-sin do sheachnadh `loss' (suffered in giving a loan), Donl. 102.15 (.i. dochar, note). Cf. 3 b. ?

3 breis

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n [f.] (cf. bres ?) increase; profit, advantage: Eocho Mumo mó cech b.¤ , LL 2378. cath tar bh.¤ a saerḟear soin `dispro- portioned to his few noble men', Misc. Celt. Soc. 346.3 . cach b. for bith chē every profit of this world, Arch. iii 223.2 . b.¤ ar Mhumhain `the growth of M.'s power', Aithd. D. 20.20 . fá mór an bh.¤ mhaoine dó seoch cách `his wealth far exceeded that of all others', Keat. ii 2784. créad a bhrígh nó a bh.¤ `what would be its . . . profit ? Content. v 141. b.¤ do bhuain dínn `to deny us our superiority', v 84 . cuid don bheagán breise ` majority ' (of generations of Niall's line), 118 . b.¤ feasa, De Imit. 6.5 . b.¤ is buannacht mhic Leoduis `the taxing and billeting hordes of Mac L.' Ó Bruad. i 198.10 . In chevilles: anba an bh.¤ , Aithd. D. 31.31 . in topair bi buan can b.¤ (: geis), Ériu vii 229 § 74.

Compd. in gach breisdíol dár bheanadar-san díobh, TSh. 5129 `exorbitant interest ' (Gloss.) `premium or interest on money (or goods) given or received on loan', Éigse xiii 26.

breisim

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Forms: -m, bresma

n (with unlen. -m) f. n p. bresma, SR 8137.

(a) noise, din, uproar: a bressim .i. a brisgemnech ┐ a esgal (Coire Brecáin), Corm. 14. b.¤ .i. gáir, O'Cl. brāth, nī ba beg a brisim `uproar', Ériu iii 29 § 1. b.¤ , 30 § 13 . atchualasa . . . bressim ṁbuirb móradbail, LL 32195 ( TTr. 1384 ). rochvala b. thornige móre, TTr.² 853. presimb na sciath, RC xii 98 § 131.

(b) rout, defeat: d'á b.¤ bruide, MR 292.4 . dorat b.¤ forru co romarb ríg etarru `he routed them', TTr.² 1432. bresim brogda da thabairt do Mac D. . . . ar h. C., Ann. Conn. 1342.7 . roba móide brígh ┐ borrfadh na mBúrcach an b.¤ sin `were increased by this defeat', FM vi 1880.16 . Cheville: bressim ngle, RC xxiii 306.21 .

breisimnech

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n [ā, f.] (breisim) noise, din, crash: atchondairc iarsin in ṡaighnēnrath ┐ in mbreisimnich ┐ in tornich, TBC2 3114 . in breisbēmnech ┐ in tromgal ro chūalusu . . . breisim- neach na narm, 3128 . bressimnech na mborbḟer, LL 32322 `noise', TTr. 1510. in bressimnech brathamailsin, 32242 ( TTr. 1432 ). bressimnech in chathbarr (na ccathbharr, v.l.), Táin 2853 .

bréisiu

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Forms: breisim

n n, f., Thurn. Gramm. § 730 , vn. of 1 bruinnid. act of flowing, dropping, dripping: brēisiu .i. teibrisi, ut dixit . . . Deithbeir dam ceni andais / adam abra do brēisi (: ēisi), Corm. Y 180. breisi no teibrisi .i. sileadh dér, no uisge, O'Cl. Goill Locha hEathach do mharbhadh imo rígh i mbrési la Domhnall Ua Néill `in a battle', FM ii 654.9 (leg. breisim ?) = do marbad . . . ┐ orgain a loingsi, AU i 464. 10 - 12 .

breislech

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n ā, f. (cf. 1 bres). Also brislech. rout, defeat: brón ar cách dot bráthbreislig (rhet.), LU 10389. re bruinne na bresligi brátha sin `final defeat', MR 166.16 . nī lēicc b.¤ nā borbgail, Sits v 1919, 93 § 31 . cath . . . / brislech Muigi Muirthemne `the Breach of M. M.' MR 210.16 . ba borb an b., ┐ fa h-adbal an imesargain, Celt. Rev. iii 308.1 . sa bhreis- ligh uile (of Cú Ch.), DDána 92.31 . in brislech co sin, H. 3.18 603.13 , = Brislech mōr Maige Muirthemne (title of tale), see Heldensage 547 f. , LU 6527. Breslech Maige Murthemne so sís, LL 9562 (TBC). As n. loc. ro gabsat . . . longphort isin Breslig Móir hi Maig M., 9563 (TBC). conid Sesrech Breslige a ainm issin Táin, LU 6513. See Hog. Onom.

bréit

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n bréid m. and f., g s., n p. bréide, IGT Decl. § 45. Earlier (?) brét.

(a) strip, band, length, piece of cloth (etc.), cloth: scarais a hech cenn a b.¤ (brét, v.l.), Thes. ii 341.1 (Hy. v) .i. fobreit bís fo bragait ind eich from the strap (?), 20 . no bid b.¤ dara suilib, LU 305 (ACC). breid ciartha `cerecloth', Lism. L. 310.19 . dorat ind ingen breit dia hetuch dó ma crecht, LU 10445. curtur . . . ar lecc breid tanuidi (= super pannum lineum aut . . . corium tenue) on a thin layer of cloth ? (for ingredients of a poultice), Rosa Ang. 294.10 . (of altar linen, table covering) b.¤ bec dia n-airiter corp Crist, LB 277b25 (`b.¤ bec . . . the corporale, the cloth in which the host is wrapped,' Hermathena xlvi 11 ). ro folchait na buird do breitib núaa, Grail 4 .

(b) Of garments, partic. of a head-covering. cloth, veil, coif, scarf, etc.: copchaille .i. b.¤ bis dar cend `strip of cloth', Thes. ii 339.34 (Hy. v Comm.). caille (.i. brét dub), Arch. iii 20.20 . bred an bantrebhachuis (= velaverunt, Gloss.), Smaointe B. Chr. 4543. co mbrétib lín gil imbe `(swaddling) clothes', Todd Lect. vi 48 § 69. Transfd. an bréid . . . ceosa ` pall ', Ó Bruad. iii 58.19 . sailcloth, sail: bréid sídeingi ar slios do luingi, IGT Introd. 24.5 ex. 504 .

(c) shred, fragments , in pl. esp. (torn) pieces, tatters: bret .i. fuidell fragment, Corm. Y 109 (see fuidell). adchíu fodb leiss i mbrétaib (mberttaib, TBC² 2061 ) = na bretaig (a mbreidibh, v.l.), TBC 2764. a n-édaigi ina mbréidib umpu . . . ┐ a cuirp ina crolindtib fola, Acall. 3160 v.l. lottar iaramh ina mbrédibh slóigh gan cennas uadhaibh daoin tighearna `in separate hosts', FM vi 2324.13 .

(Of land): arin b.¤ bic immechtrachsa ḟeraind na hAsia, LL 32428 ( TTr. 1623 ).

Compds. With noun. na sléibhte fa bhréid-ionar bhraoin- fhliuch, Hackett² xxx 75. With adj. fa m-bratachaib . . . breid-gela, MR 224.4 .

bréitech

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adj o, ā (bréit) consisting of, containing lengths or strips: an brugh brúidhneach bíomach bréideach, 23 G 24 , 400.7 . As subst. ar ghaoith ní díon an bhréideach `frieze rag' (of a garment), Tribes of Irel. 66.13 .

As n. loc. see brédach, brétach, etc., Hog. Onom.

bréited

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vn. of brétaid. IGT Verbs § 71. eng barraid arna brédeadh, ex. 633 .

breith

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x see breth.