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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 .

1 bocht orig.part.ofbongaid(see Corm. Bodl. 55.13 ). For
10quality of-chtin inflexion see Thurn. Gramm. § 351.
(a) Adj. o, ā poor: b. ¤ gl.pauper, Ir. Gl. 1058. b. ¤ .i.a
nomine botus (βρακύτης,ed.).i. angustia , Corm. Y 175. ind
aiso boichtgl.inopes . . . et pauperes, Ml. 31c1 .a richt duine
boicht in the guise of a poor man, ZCP iii 34.30 .fédb b. ¤ ,
15 PH 1307. im oidigecht do duine b. ¤ , 7154 .a tigh a deiscibail
boicht fein, Smaointe B. Chr. 1724. a D. . . . b. ¤ `unfortunate
D.
', St. Ercuil 2432. a dhuine bhoicht ná bí díomsach
miserable man, DDána 43.2 .ó Mogha neamhmbochd
Núadhad, IGT Decl. ex. 110. ēdaighe bochta=poore
20cloathes
, RSClára 7a .críoch . . . bh. ¤ an bhróin(of Banbha),
Keat. Poems 983. neóide bochta buidhne Dé(of the murmur-
ing Israelites), Hackett² xxxvi 54. re gnothuighibh na
beatha boichte-si`of this miserable Life', Donl. xix 5. Of one
who has taken avowofpoverty: ar riaghail .S. Clára boichte
25riaghalta, RSClára 53a .
Compar.assuperl. an té is boichte air bioth, Donl. 162.5 .
(b)Assubst. o,m.,ā,f. d s m. b. ¤ , Ml. 61a5 .g s m. boicht
(with superscript i), 27d7 .a p m. bochtu, 26b19 .b. ¤ m.,g s.
andn p.(implied)boicht,bochta, IGT Decl. § 38. b. ¤ f.,g s.
30 boichte(implied),n p. bochta, § 39 . poor person,pauper;
(the)poor(in collect. sense): intain conairleci inna bochtu fo
chumachtu inna sommae, Ml. 27d10 .maith . . . du denum fri
bochtugl.cura namque pauperum Dei, 129c4 .taibred ní . . .
do bochtaib`to the poor', Wb. 22b7 .iura . . . dorigensat int
35sommai frisna bochtu, Ml. 28d7 .donaib bochtaib, 28c3 .dán
ecna do gni rig do b. ¤ , LL 346a35 .amal . . . bochtu, Alex. 976.
is na ainm sasaim-sea bochtu ár bid Crist i persaind cech
b. iressach, IT i 40.17 .atbeirthi Conn na mb. ¤ fris, ar a
mhéd do bhochtaibh no biathadh do ghrés, FM i 420.4 .
40 an b. ¤ bráthar`this poor creature of a friar', Aithd. D.
70.5 .go dtáiream b. ¤ id bhochtocht(to Christ), 92.6 .cuid
an bhochta the poor man's portion, IGT Decl. ex. 985. 'na
banboicht gan ní fa nimh, ex. 1062 .a Cill Athrachta ní
ḟuil / acht athbochta ar na n-argain very poor women(?),
45 ex. 1063 .tegar boichti, ex. 1064 .do rochtain . . . an bhoicht ┐
an tsaidhbhir, TSh. 361. in b. ¤ condig ind almsain, PH 6145.
biathadh leis na boicht`(Coemgen) regaled the beggars',
BNnÉ 162 § 26 .na mná, na boicht, na brughaidh, / na huird
is na hollumhain, DDána 63.6 .lan eini in boicht(of a
50measure of food for debtors while in confinement), Laws i
106.22 Comm. ro fodlad . . . in biad sin do bochtaib na
cell comḟocus bai doib`the poor of the neighbouring churches',
RC xxiv 64 § 26. ro ḟodail Brigit na bú do bochtaib ┐ do
aidilcnechaib Dé, IT i 40.z .dho bhocht Íosa Críost, Desid.
55 1330.
Compd.bochtballach( Laud 610,21b ) ` poor-limbed(of
starving men),' Plummer MS. notes.

2 bocht: n b. ¤ .i. briseadh, O'Cl. bocht .i. buain,ib.Seeboingid.

bochta nO. Ir.-ae iā,f.(1 bocht) alsoboichte. poverty,want:
60 inna bochtae i mbiat som, Ml. 36a18b ref. topaupertatem, 18a.
air arrocheisside di bochtai chaich, 61a9 .in bochtae bís tri
airchellad donaib sommaib a n-anae airnaib bochtaib, 90a11 .
cen bochtai cen nochtai cen díth, LU 2297 ( FA 35 ).fri
foimtin terci no bochde`as a precaution against scarcity or
65poverty
', Mon. Tall. 132.15 .du na aicfider bochtu na nochtu,
na gorta, Ériu ii 144 § 161. húair rombatar i mbochtai, SR
1477. b. ¤ búan(chev.), 6849 .bether co fada a mb. ¤ , / a fūacht
is a sīrnochta, ZCP x 53.2 .im ing, im b. ¤ , Laws ii 338.z
Comm. slighe na b. ¤ (: dolta), DDána 21.27 .boichte ná
70toice . . ., 46.22 .fa-ríor ! atá an antuigse / riamh i leanmhain
na b. ¤ , Dánta Gr. 61.24 .taispénadh follus gairbhe . . . ┐ b. ¤ =
austerity . . . and pouerty, RSClára 73b .in-dailli no i m-bochti,
ZCP xxx 151.1 .ni bíd da b. ¤ nech isin domun na bá écin do a
ícc, LB 132b17 .dá bochda bhíos, IGT Decl. ex. 946. dá
75bh. dá mbí an fhoighide, Desid. 3391. ?bera do b. ¤ cein
arariastar sealba, O'Dav. 152.

bochtacht n ā,f.(1 bocht)b. ¤ f., IGT Decl. § 26. poverty: ┐ nách
o-t mí-bésaib fén tanic do b. ¤ , PH 7551. b. ¤ chorpardha
material poverty, Desid. 5490. tre bh. ¤ adhbhail na háite
80( =great pouerty), RSClára 103a .go ndearbhann sé sinn . . .
re b. ¤ = (God) tries us . . . by Poverty, Donl. 378.3 .rugadh
báire ar an mb. ¤ poverty is defeated(i.e.no longer observed as a
religious rule), DDána 52.1 .Froinséis . . . / ceann báidhe na
bochtachta, 10 .b. ¤ thoiltionach`Voluntary Poverty' (one of
85the three `Evangelical' counsels), Donl. 146.16 .

-bochtae part.ofboingid: ?forrácbad debochtae( LU Facs.
131.10 ,sic leg.? So Thurn. `Entzweigebrochenes', ZCP xii 19.
Edition printsde bochtae)and iarom, LU 10825 =forḟacbad
de lochtai ann iarom`defects (?) were left in it then',
Ériu xii 178 § 8 (TE).ferna tulbochtaib trataib iar fuin with broken
5bosses
(?), LU 6809 ( BDD 35 =tullochtaib, BDD² 332 ,
see n. ).