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85 2 bilech adj o, ā(1 bile). Alsobiledach. aboundingintrees,
(well-)wooded: ucc raith bilich(= Ravilly, Co. Carlow),
Thes. ii 240.22 (Ardm.).co n-accatár ni in less ṁb. mbroin-
ech sainemail, LU 11041 ( Im. Brain i 56.17 ).ima caillib
bilecha(sic leg.), Feis TC p. 61 , H 5.o Duinn in duin
bhilegaih (: leabhair), LL 394.29 .co Borraig mbláith
5mbileadaig (: meadaig)` arborous ', Hy Fiachr. 262.4 .
[fh]idbad . . . billeach (b.,v.l.) barrglas` large-stemmed ',
TTebe 28 09.

? bilenaib: ind d'eagla bileanaibh(bi-added by second hand, ed.)
tura na ndaoithe ag tál, Ó Bruad. i 126.10 .

10 1 bileóc n[ā,f.] (1 bile) leaf(let): níor lia biléog duileabhair (sic
leg.) aig tuitim, CF Eg. 365. muscus.i. billoga bis a ngaili
ainmidhi`leaflets' (Gloss.), Arch. i 327 § 74. ar in mbilleoig
si on this leaf(of a book), RIA Cat. MSS. p. 3309.

2 bileóc xseebillóc.

15 biletus xseebelletus.

? bilga: n ag dībragud na n-iasg . . . a mesg na rian-tonn . . .
dona ruadh-bilgaduib, ML² 665 `brown oars', ML 47.2 .in
b. bésti bélderge-sin, Fianaig. 64.17 .biolgada .i. rámha
iomramha, O'Cl.

20 bill,bell(? bille) nsee Thurn., ZCP xv 360. Expld. asleper;
wretch;coward(?);laughing-stock(?);feebleness;misery:
bill .i. lobar, Corm. Y 185. ballān .i.bill-īan .i. lestar ḟir
t[h]rūaig . . . Aliter bell-īan .i. bell mele, ut dicitur: `a nó
beill dogní in fer sa' .i. a nó troich (tróch, MS.). Ballān
25didiu īan duine beill .i. duine t[h]rōigh, Corm. Y 167 (see
1 meile).bill .i. bec, amail atā ballān .i. bill-īan .i. īan bec:
. . . cét mbó mbrethlaind . . . / nīrbtar bāi bille baille(quoted
to illustratebille .i. genaige or bill .i. bec), 179 .bille .i. bochd,
mar tá, faighdheach, truagh, lobhar no beag . . . gonadh
30uadhsin adeirthear billían .i. soidheach beag, O'Cl. allus
tiug ar toind cen tinne / a broinn beinde bille .i. genaige,
Corm. Y 179. ni hattach ṁbille, Fél. Aug. 8 .i. ni hatach
boicht no genaige no meta no faigdech no midlaigi, Fél.²
cxxvi § 8.2 =.i. ni hatach boicht no mídlaig no genaige . . .
35da no bill .i. da no ngenaige no bille .i. truaig no lobair no
mbille .i. onni is imbellis (isimbilicis,MS. leg. imbecillis) .i.
enirt . . . dia tised in truagan truag / chucaib cona billian
mbuan, cxiii § 3 = Thr. Ir. Gl. 133. 12 - 15 . So also O'Cl.
s. bille .g s.(?) bille.i. ceirt, Corm. Y 186. ní hicht mbille
40(melle, mille,v.ll.)`no paltry favour', Met. Dinds. iii 54.3 .
?is bille robātor is da ēigsine ag cia a seisi(B. na f.), Arch. iii
311.8 .

1 bille,? beille xseebill.

? 2 bille: n cona secht n-epislib do chǽlānu . . . fo brágait, cona
45secht mb. ¤ do blonaig bruithi for cind cacha hepisle díb-side,
Aisl. MC 89.13 ,appar.sealson `letters' hung round neck as
amulets,cf. epistil.

3 bille n m.(Engl. loanword) bill;letter,note: b. ¤ dealuighthe
`a Bill of Divorce', Eg. Gl. 711. rí éisdeas b. ¤ na mbocht
50(of the Deity), DDána 28.2 .a bh. ¤ bhig bhoirbsgéalaigh
`sheet' (to a letter), Ir. Review 1913, 623 § 3 .b. ¤ in aghaidh
gach Sethar . . . do sgríobhadh=bills(as voting papers),
RSClára 97a .ar ttabhairt a mbilledh úatha, 97b .

billech xsee2 bilech.

55 billéd n(Engl. loanword):le billéadaibh(in military sense),
Ó Bruad. iii 122.20 .

billeócach adj[o, ā] (1 bileóc):biolar billeogach bláthúr` leafy ',
Ó Bruad. i 110.18 .

billetus xseebelletus.

60 ? billian xseebill,bell.

billín n(2 bille) leaf(let) (of a book): arin ṁbillin, ZCP iv 32.3 .

billóc n(cf. billand1 pellec).Expld. aslepers'wallet: billōg
.i. tiag lobar, O'Mulc. 187. billoc, H.3.18,64b24 .bilóc,
633b11 .

65 1 bin x bine. In chevilles:nir ṁbai b. ¤ , SR 3279. ciar bo
b. ¤ , 5791 .

? 2 bin n(cf. pin?):b. ¤ uel genus herbe et odoris iocondi gl.cum
ba[c]chare( Ecl. iv 19 ), Thes. ii 48.23 (bo ob ethin(sic)v.l.,
note v).Cf. boethingl.ba[c]chare( Ecl. vii 27 ), 29 .

70 bín xseepín.

bináir n(Lat.binarius) duality: alterainm do binair issí chetne
aram sainigedar fri hunáir, Sg. 41b9 .

? binbe xseebinle.

bindén xseebintén.

75 bindigidir xseebinnigid.

bindmer n(binn+1 mer,1 mér?): cicuta.i. b. ¤ , RC ix 242.11
(cf. minmhear`common hemlock', O'R. citedibid.,mínmhear,
muinmhear,minnbhear`hemlock', Hog. Luibhl.).

bindris xseebinncompds.

bine n[io?]b. ¤ m.andf., IGT Decl. § 1. crime;wrong-doing;
80 fault. In modern editions often translatedharm,damage,
inlury: līthe b. ¤ for a mnái, Corm. Y 975.14 , Corm. 32 s.v.
nescoit, nir airigistair fuirri a b. ¤ .i. teacht a coibligi an Dagdai
`her offence', TE² 142 § 1 (a b. ¤ .i. a cin, ZCP v 523.22 ).ba holl
in b. ¤ (of the slaying of a son by his mother),
85 Met. Dinds. ii 32.12 .tucsat i mbrianna i mb. ¤ / fianna Meilgi Imlige`in
their wickedness
', 66.23 .ander 'cambuí cach b. ¤ / sech ba
druí, ba deg-ḟile`versed in all the black arts', iv 14.3 .marbam
fo chétóir resíu forruma b. ¤ fornn before he gets us into trouble,
gets us a bad name
(?), Fraech 174 .nachamthí bét nā bini
(in prayer) `injury', Ériu ii 92 § 1. rum do rinneadh an b. ¤ /
5fa bhfuil oram th'oirbhire, DDána 101.28 . (to a lady)
gnúis . . . / dá nar bhean béim ná b. ¤ fault, 99.31 .lucht
dénmhusa b. ¤ buirb / cuilg gérghlasa thige Taidhg, IGT Decl.
ex. 4. Frequ. in chevilles:mor ceol caimnaig cen b. ¤ (: -nime),
SR 509. ardd b. ¤ , Rawl. 88a47 .aided Branduib co mbini
10(: Sini) by (?) crime, RC xxiii 312 § 38. Siugmaill is Brí cen
binib (: Midir), LL 1417. fo bini braith`through treacherous
crime
', Met. Dinds. iii 372.17 .breath cean b. ¤ `faultless
judgment
', BR² 1354. See1 bin.