brell

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Forms: breall, breall

n [m.]: breall `blur, spot, stain, etc.; slur, blemish, etc.; tumour, a hump, knob or botch; the glans penis, etc. a may game, a mocking stock ', P. O'C. `breall is the glans penis: also the round knob at the end of the buailteán or striking part of a flail' (O'Grady, Corrections), Ir. Gl. p. 161. a mbreall go hárd air dhaóithibh, / le'r mhiann Eire chlaoídh go héigceart, Hard. i 156.18 .

brellach

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Forms: breallach, breallach

adj [o, ā] (brell): breallach gl. spadosus (perh. deriv. of spado, Stokes), Ir. Gl. 657. breallach ` disgraceful, scandalous, graceless, saucy, audacious ', P. O'C. triobhas buid an bhóthuir bhrealluigh, IGT Decl. ex. 667. mac Breallaigh an Chairn hI Mhaoilbhrénainn (`blubber-lipped man', n. 4) ALC i 462.15 .

brellaire

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x brellán.

brellán

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Forms: breallán

n [o, m.] (brell). Also brillán.

(a) awkward fellow: bacl[ach] breall[án] gl. bufulus, Ir. Gl. 412. breallán, breallsán ` blunderer . . . poltron (sic), same of (sic) breallaire ,' P. O'C. breallán spóirt a laughing stock, ZCP v 218.10 (Midn. Court).

(b) vessel: briollán (briollann, MS.) bainne ar n-a mheasc- adh go rómhaith, Hackett xxvi 172 . breallán ` urinal ', P. O'C.

brén

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adj o, ā stinking, fetid, putrid, rotten, foul: b.¤ gl. fetidus, Ir. Gl. 683. lasair bren = fetidus, Aisl. Tund. 109 § 4. coin brena stinking . . . dogs, LU 2200 ( FA 28 ). immut . . . ghāeth mbrēn, Ériu ii 136 § 120. mill duba ingnacha bréna, PH 375. corp . . . ┐ é 'na ablach bhréan mhurguighthe, TSh. 5225. an tan . . . bhíos anál bhréan ag an othar, 1728 . d'fhiadhuil bhréin an chreidimh cholaigh foul weeds, Keat. Poems 1271.

Equat. brenither fial-tech in lassar-sin, PH 2106.

Compds. With nouns. tromthinfed a mbrénanál, Alex. 726. mana lesanmanna eile na ferfadar .i. . . . brenanailighi is cumal smacht a raiti fri neach of the property of having stinking breath, O'C. 1140 (H. 3.18, 454b). an bhrénanáluighe, C iv 2, 28vb12 . do bhréanbhruscar námhad Sax vile rabble, Hackett xv 36 . go rabhadhas im bhréunchubhar, go bhfuilim, etc. (= in iniquitatibus conceptus sum, Ps. l 7 ), Parrth. Anma 6379. fuirseoir no brécaire no brenchuthi gl. parasito, Lib. Hymn. i 69.25 , ii 157.25 . indomain (.i. bren- eolus) .i. as inndeimin ina eolus é geadha morda a mbrithraib unsound knowledge, O'C. 444 (H. 3.18, 238b). cethra focherdat (sic leg.) a mbrénḟinda `stinking hair', Triads 105 . Mag mBrénguir plain of stinking pus, BDD 164. brenlocha . . . iffernaide, RC iv 252.21 . beacaireacht . . . buide brenulcha buíc, IT iii 103 § 199. With adj. derived from noun: in ben brénanalach, Laws i 140.32 Comm.

-brena

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x see brénaid.

brénad

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vn. of brénaid. act of rotting, putrifying, stinking; (trans.) making rotten, defiling: cen lobadh cen brenadh dó (sc. tola muir[é]isc . . . fo tír), Dinds. 76. mar marb ar mbrenadh, Ériu ii 90 § 11. go mbia bréantas ag bréanadh shrón an chiontaigh i n-ifreann, TSh. 6547.

brénaid

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Forms: robrénsat, brénad

v (brén) is rotten, putrid; decays, putrifies; stinks: puteo .i. brēnaim, Corm. Y 1060. robrénsat gl. compotuerunt (= computuerunt, edd.) (et putruerunt), Ml. 58a15 . brénaitt a naon uair `became putrid', FM ii 806.11 . ro bhrén ina bhethaidh, 1182.5 . ni bhrénann gémad fada no bheth astigh it (the cheese) does not go bad, C iv 2, 28vb6 . níor bhréun sé = did not stink, Exod. xvi 24.

Legal becomes obsolete, invalid: brenaid naidm .i. lobaidh as in naidm doniter co hinndligech, O'C. 448 (H. 3.18, 240a22).

Trans. putrifies, renders putrid, stinking: daigh isa cion ron brena that putrifies us, FM ii 618.12 = dāig isī in crī fotbrēna (is aigi notbreána, v.l.), Arch. iii 311 ix § 4 . sceith . . . fo thír co mbrenad in tír (of a sea-monster), LL 22289.

Vn. brénad.

bréntas

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n (brén) rottenness; stink, stench: morgadh, bréuntas, trúailleacht ` corruption ', Eg. Gl. 461. lán do raibh ┐ bren- tus (= fetor, Gloss.), Aisl. Tund. 97.13 . lan do bhrentus = foetidum (of Calvary), Smaointe B. Chr. 3976. eireóchaidh bréantas dá n-ablachaibh súd, TSh. 6546 = ascendet foetor, etc., Is. xxxiv 3. dá roib aillsi nó bréntus isin sróin, O'Gr. Cat. 191.14.

bréntatu

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n = bréntu: na tri b.¤ batar annsin, LB 155a1 . an brentatu buaidirthi roeirig dona hapaigib, TTebe 4851 . Fig. is e na tuc gradh don brentataidh collaidi `carnal corruption ', Lism. L. 4872.

bréntu

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Forms: brentaidh

n t, [m.] (brén). Treated as f. at Ériu ii 134 § 116 infra. rottenness; stench: inde dicitur putar .i. brenta inde dicitur putidus .i. sindach, Corm. Tr. 138 s.v. putte. amal sluces a nadnacul nersoilcthe ní tete ind ┐ dutét b.¤ as, Ml. 22b1 . do mēit na brentad i llochaib na pian, Ériu ii 134 § 116. co rolín in recles o bréntaid, Lat. Lives 97 § 92. roimdigh an brenta sin vatha = fetor, Aisl. Tund. 110 xv 1 . iar bfagbail brento mair, 96 iii 3 . brentaidh (n s.), 106 xii 1 . adcluinim- si . . . brentada buaidirthi mora I perceive . . . stenches (arising from a battlefield), TTebe 4677 . in tan bátir lána a mbeóil ┐ a sróna di bréntaid in mara of the smell of the sea, LU 1700 (ICM xi). brentaidh ( a s.) inn ǽoir, CCath. 3495. o brentaid dofhulachta na crumi, PH 5626.