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bocaide n(2 boc) he-goat: domblas ae b. ¤ do cur is na cneadhuibh,
23 K 42,438. 18 .b. ¤ ` buckorhart, ahe-goat , P. O'C.

bocaigid v=bocaid:do bhríathraibh gráosta do bhoigéobhadh
mo chroidhe would seduce, Desid. 1100. bogaidh(leg.bogaigh,
ed.) máothaigh, bréugaidh persuade , Eg. Gl. 79. Vn.
5 bocugad.

bócáil: n bíth gur láidir mála an mhangaire / sa bh. ¤ ó bhótháin a
reachtaire` bragging ' (Gloss.), Ó Bruad. iii 134.18 .Cf.
bocás,etc.?

bócálach adj(bócáil) proud,boastful: tóir 'na reilgibh ó chóir
10fheirge / na slógh meirgeach mb. ¤ , Butler Poems 2312 (see
note).

bócálta adj= prec.:na hógfháis nár bh. ¤ pratainn`whose charter
was in nought deficient
' (` ostentatious ', Gloss.), Ó Bruad. ii
256.4 .

15 1 bocán n o,m.(1 boc)soft, boggy place : go ndeunadaīs bogān
don chreagān ┐ creagān don bhogān le neart a ngleic, Leabh.
ó Láimhsgr. xvi 7788 .Of anegg (see Dinn.,bogán ):Art an
bogain`of the soft egg' (denoting premature birth, ed.'s
note), AU iii 296.28 .

20 2 bocán n o,m.(2 boc). Seepoc(c)án. (a) he-goat: maille ré
marbhadh a mb. ¤ a dtarbh ┐ a reitheadh, Keat. ii 5434. See
also Études Celt. viii 405.
(b) Name ofplant: siol raidleoige ┐ fuil bhocain ┐ caora
eidhinn na gcrann, 23 K 42,421.15 .Cf. fuil bhocuide, 24 .
25 fuil bocain`blood of toadstool', RC ix 231.1 .b. ¤ `afungus,
toadstool,mushroomorsponge ', P. O'C. Cf. bocan bearagh
`umbrella-shaped fungi', Engl. Dialect of Donegal, Traynor,
s.v. bockin; `mushroom',ib.

bocánach n o,m.(2 boc,2 bocán)some kind of (?goat-like)
30 supernatural beingusu. associated withbattleorbattlefield:
bánánaig ┐ boccánaig ┐ geniti glinni ┐ demna aeóir, LU 6284
(TBC).is cumma congairtis de . . . boccánaig, 6437 .bánan-
ach no bócanach no genit glinni, TBC 1537. boccanaig ┐
bananaig, 3814 .bananaig ┐ boccanaig . . . ┐ siabarsluag,
35 Cog. 174.9 .

bocás n o,m.(1 boc(sees. bocaid). Second syll. obscure)
boasting,bragging: bogás ┐ bladhmann . . . ┐ mómhaireacht,
TSh. 10713. ag bog-fhás i mbladhmann, 8665 .iomad bog-
fháis ┐ bladhmainn do dhéanamh as féin, 9018 . Seebocaes.

40 1 bocásach adj[o, ā] (bocás) arrogant,proud;boasting: huallach
.i. bocasach no bocfasach, ut est epscop uallach eccraibthech,
O'Dav. 1067. each boccasach dubhghlas(of a magic steed).
Acall. 3776 v.l. barraidhe bogásach bladhmannach, TSh. 5429.

2 bocásach n o,m., also witha d s. -aig(bocás) arrogance;pride;
45 boasting,bragging: ní do phróis na do bocasaig / úadib aneich
na dernsat(of chiefs whose exploits need no exaggerated
praise), LL 6257 ( ZCP xxiv 141 § 25 ). (the body addressing
the soul)a thulach bocásaigh na ndémnu`of haughtiness',
PH 8272. menma ┐ danatus ┐ bocasach ┐ nert, LB 154b19 .
50 díumas ┐ ádclos ┐ bocasach, LB 235a38 .lucht in bocasaig ┐
in díumais`the disdainful and the proud', Todd Lect. vi 34.5 .
[innus] nach bud adbar bogásaig dá naimdib a bfaghbáil acu
`cause of selfgratulation', Caithr. Thoirdh. 13.7 .robui ac
braisi ┐ ac bocasaich uasa cind`in self-complacency on the
55score of them
', TTebe 2569 .bocasach do dhénam`bragging'
(Gloss.), Acall. 1651. ní do bocassach breithre is mé féin in
cóiced I can say without boasting that I am one of the five,
5935 .na briathra bocasaich, TTebe 2850 .an tan rabái C. ag
an bogasach briathar sin, 4274 .trē bhogāssaigh urlapra ┐
60trē dhānacht glōir`in boasting speech', Fl. Earls 50.3 .trī
bogásaigh (bogased,v.l.), De Contemptu § 46 n. 15 .

bocc xsee2 boc.

?boccada adj:sceith bhoccadha bhan-corcra, ZCP xx 180.3 .

boccit xseebocaid.

boccmell xseeboicmell.

65 ? bocet,bochet: n ro hir dam . . . .x. ndeich mbo bo cet(.x. neich
bo bochet, .x. mbo mbo cet,v.ll.), Ériu ii 3.13 . Perh. read
buichetandcf. n.pr. Buichet, Ériu xvi 7 - 9 .Cf. BDD² 267.

? bocfach: n ni hionat bios an bh. ¤ `theshifting posture ', Mann.
and Cust. iii 329 n. 379 .Cf. 1 bocthach?

70 bóchaill xseebúachaill.

bócháin xseecompds.

bóchar n(bó+1 cor) cowdung: dia rofumalt don bochur in
cenn, Dinds. 53 =diar fumalt cacc na mbó 'moa chend,
LL 22495. buaidhrén ottraigh no bóchuire (bochuir,v.l.),
75 CCath. 2522. bochor fair co ceann mis`cowdung . . . over it'
(i.e.ground defiled by trespassing dogs), Laws iv 122.6 Comm.
uir minn ┐ bocor ┐ lemlacht(to seal wound in bark of tree),
148.21 Comm.

bóchna n f.(on quantity of -ó- see Stokes, KZ xxxvii 254 § 9
80and Meyer, Sitzungsb. 1919 v 90, 27 ) sea,ocean: `lear,'
`aibhéis,' `bochna' bladha, / anmanna gach árdmhara, Met.
Gl. 12 § 15. bochna .i. maith (leg.maīth (maeth) ?), no muir,
O'C. 972 (H.3.18, 416).bochna .i. muir no fairge, O'Cl.
a mbeōil bōchna (: Fótla), Sitzungsb. 1919 v 92 § 8 .treabh-
85thadh na b. ¤ (: chródha), Rel. Celt. ii 226.14 .etratt ┐ bochna
(muir,v.l.), BNnÉ 45 § 4 .mór do echran . . . na bochna
bruchtaidhbli dorala doibh, St. Ercuil 376. tar b. ¤ na mbuinneadh
ngeal, DDána 107.19 .tar beannaibh na b. ¤ , Keat.
Poems 238. Fig. ag taisteall b. ¤ na beatha aimseardha, TSh.
2093. Inn. pr.:a Ḟinntoin mic B., Anecd. i 36.1 .a Ḟ. mheic
5Bóchra (Bh.,v.l.), 26.1 .
Compds.ní bhiadh ann sin acht braon beag don bhóch-
namhuir a drop in the ocean, Desid. 4828. Cf. ar bhántaibh
bóchlinne`on the watery ocean-wastes', Ó Bruad. iii 82.12 .