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1 blogaid v(blog) alsobloigid,blagaid,blaigid. breaksin pieces,
70 shatters: cor bloidh in cathbarr a n-ilpairtibh`he smashed
his helmet into many fragments
', St. Ercuil 354. rob sén lér'
bladhadh an baile sin`it was by him that that place was
battered
', Expugn. Hib. 21. an bogha . . . ní blaghthuir
é d'urcharaibh, Arch. Hib. i 86 § xii .soighdi do-bhir tre
75boghaibh / bloghaid sin oirdne ibhair, IGT Decl. ex. 254.
borb gach áth bhlaghas a bhruach, DDána 3.36 .laoích a
mbeirn do bhloghabhuir, O'R. Poems 58. i sbairn fa cheann
blaighidh beirn, DDána 91.24 .an tan bhloghas ┐ bhriseas
an bás iad, TSh. 915. breaks,violates(vows,oaths,etc.):
80 do bhlodh (Luther) a chuing chrábhaidh le huabhar ┐ le
antoil, Eochairsg. 22.3 .síodhuidhe saor nach bloghann a
bhéalluighe, DDána 70.17 .giolla fíal nár bhladh bréithir
`who did not break his word', RC xlix 174 § 38.
Intrans.bloghait (blodhait, MS.) scēith is corcrait croind,
85 ZCP viii 224.37 .nach blodhann mo chroidhe tré dhoilgheas,
Parrth. Anma 5245.
Vn. blogad.

2 blogaid n[i,m.] breaker,destroyer(?): bid bludaid (bladh-,v.l.)
co mara múr, Airne F. 251. clethblugaid Ērenn(`briseur
d'épieu
', Airne F. 251 n .), ZCP iii 466 § 41.

5 blogaigid v=1 blogaid:fer ro beg é .i. ro ghunnataig .i. ro
bloghaig(expl. of Eochaid Gunnat), SG ii 473.41 =ro bolg,
Cóir Anm. 293. cath Conchend roblogaig, ZCP iii 38.8 .

blogbairdne n(blog+bairdne)name of ametre`fragmentary b. ¤ '
(Murphy Metrics 76s.v. bairdne, see 61 § 47):b. ¤ , IT iii 14 § 28.

10 blogradach n(blog):for in cessaigh comdluta . . . do bretaigh ┐
do blogradaigh na sciath` fragments ', CCath. 2794.

blogtha io, iā part.of1 blogaid:ro faccaib a[n] cloidem
mbloghtha ina truaill`the broken sword', Grail 2949 .na
mbruirigh blodhtha`into shattered fragments',
15 Hugh Roe² 228.31 .

bloinge xseeblonac.

bloingech adj o, ā(blonac) fat: nirsat bailce bloingecha(of godly
elders), Lism.L. 4561 .

blonac n ā,f.(We.blonec, Ped. i 23 - 4 ) alsoblonoc. fat,lard,
20 grease: b. ¤ gl.aruina (asugia, MS.), Ir. Gl. 236. asungsia(leg.
axungia, ed.).i. blonug, Arch. i 330 § 129. cethromthu
bloinge`a quarter of lard', RC xii 86.8 .blog don blonaicc
moír, IT iii 65 § 132. blonoc . . . tuirc, Aisl. MC 87.15 .cusna
blongib duit festa ┐ cusna mæthlaib`to the suets and cheeses',
25 81.26 .feoil fhiadha, ae, no bloinge nir leig Maol Ruaín, Rule
of Tall. 6.29 .in tuaslocud ar chaisc .i. oga ┐ blonoca ┐ feoil
oss n-allaid, Rule of Céli Dé 66.3 .do blonaic uir muici,
Rosa Ang. 106.8 .blonac géid ┐ lachan`goose and duck's
grease
', O'Gr. Cat. 184.33.
30Med.blonaccgl.abdomen(sic leg., ed.), Ir. Gl. 1006. ?na
bloingigl.ilia, Lor. Gild. 214. fatty membrane,tissue: an
meithreadh no an bh. ¤ (=omentum), 23 K 42,102.13 .a
mblonuicc na súl`in the tissue of the eye', Celtica ii 34 § 6 .
a mbloinic na sul, 46 § 6.
35 As comicn.pr. f. Blonag, Aisl. MC 79.10 .a c[h]lérig . . .
meic bela, meic bloince, 33.13 . Note alsoLoch mB. (sic) . . .
B. ingen Tái . . . ba banbriugaid amra isidhe, Met. Dinds. iii
546.35 n ,ria mBlonaic, 38 .

blonndras n(Engl. loanword) glanders: labram do galraib chinn
40na n-ech . . . .i. b. ¤ Celtica ii 44 § 2 .as ed as blonndros
ann cnapain chruaide bhis a ngiall an eich, § 3 =glondrus,
32 § 3.

? blooic: perh.n. loc.,cf. Éigse x 185 § 15 v.l., where text hasMugna; Blowyck, Hog. Onom. (from Gilbert, Chartularies of St. Mary's Abbey i 308).mar ghall ṁb. melid broe, LL 6077. (gloss onbróe,
6075 )uair doratsat Lagin fair (sc.Fiachra Cassán) bro do
45bleith mar ro meled gall mbloóic, n. g ( LL p. 202 ).

blór adj=ardbhlor caimhe, Ériu xiii 15.20.=glór:blor .i. glor . . . ard blor cumi, ┐ aderr a n-inad
aile blor con dombinne, O'Dav. 216. b. ¤ .i. guth no glór, O'Cl.
is mōr ṁbliadna ṁbresta blōir, ZCP viii 119 § 41. cen bāis
mbloïr notstrident , 195.11 .ní'l tádhbhacht ann mo bh. ¤ ,
50 Hard. ii 22.1 .

? blóraid v(blór):b. ¤ benn(chev.), SR 881.

1 blosc n o sound,noise,crash: cara bloisc `friend of cracking'
(of thehazeland `hence for its cognate Ogham letter'),
Auraic. 5636. b. ¤ .i. guth . . . is mór do b. ¤ a feróglaich ar in
55gilla, Ériu xiii 65.51 .`blosg' ainm gach gotha gléghil,
Met. Gl. 18 § 55.
Compds. With nouns.bloisgbedhgadh omnaightheach a
croidhe gach aoin a start at the crashing sound(of a stone
against a cauldron), FM iv 788.13 .ana mbloiscbéim brodla
60`with the noise of a resounding blow(of armies meeting)'
(Gloss.), CF² 1043. bloisgbhéime na n-all, Measgra D. 5.21
bloscbéimnech a chride re chlíab noisy beating, LU 6462 (TBC).
la blosctorman retha na n-airdrennach` thunder ', CCath. 3935.
With vb.ro blosccnuallsat ceithre primgaetha in bet[h]a fon
65domhan`howled', CCath. 4335.

2 blosc adj expld. asfair,clear: b. ¤ .i. sochraid, Lec. Gl. 472.
b. ¤ .i. sochraidh, osccailte, léir no solas, O'Cl.

? 3 blosc: n b. ¤ .i. cruinniughadh, O'Cl.

? 4 blosc nperh. forbláesc. scaleon theeye(?),cataract(?):
70 mod roglanad mo blus .i. in tan ro glanad mo b. ¤ daille,
LB 241a76 =bloesc, ZCP iii 224 § 14 n. 1 .cen ni aut bloscc
aut lannagl.scamae, Thes. i 497.1 (Ardm.Leg. bloescc,
edd.). Seeblus.

bloscach adj[o, ā]b. ¤ ` ruddy,blushing,burning ',etc. Celtica vi 70 .

75 bloscad vn.ofbloscaid.act ofcrashing,burstingforth etc.:
re b. ¤ ┐ re borb-gair ┐ re búirfedaig na cath-chined, MR 230.13 .
bloscadh donidh deireadh na ccoirnn 'gá ttōgbhāil clang ,
Feis TC 272. Perh. also (ofhowlingof animals)ag blasghadh
(sicMS., Stokes readsblaodhadh)┐ ac donalad(sic leg.),
80 RC xxviii 314 § 14. Oflight: b. ¤ inna gréne frisinna margánu
lethrati(marginal note), ZCP viii 175.23 .gránna in b. ¤
(bloscaid,v.l.) / doringni friu dia roscaib (of a hag) `dazzle-
ment', Met. Dinds. iv 140.7 .blosga a naghaidh ┐ soillse a
ngáire radiance(?), ZCP v 224.24 ( Midn. Court 767 ).ar
85chéadbhlosgadh na camhaoireach, O'Gr. Cat. 219.y .

bloscaid v(1 blosc) burstsforth,explodes: cor blosc cath Cella-
chain isin abaind ar teiced`crowded', RC xviii 55.15 (Tig.).
go ro bhlosccustair sidhe in áirde isin aér edarbuas`exploded'
(of gunpowder), FM vi 2072.21 .do bhlosg [dí] . . . / toirthe
millse`for her there spring forth', Aithd. D. 1.23 .Vn. bloscad.