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55 2 bothach n o,m.(2 both) cottier,crofter . In Laws `a tenant at
will who receives land (and doubtless stock also) from a flaith
in return for uncertain services . . . the b. ¤ is not bound to
the soil, but may terminate the relationship by giving notice
to his landlord
,' Críth Gabl. p. 78 , see also p. 93 , Cóic Con.
60Fug. p. 77 , Ir. Recht 81 - 83 , ZCP xiv 375 § 38. Later com-
mentaries make a distinction betweensóerb. ¤ as opposed to
doérb. ¤ , see compds.s.v. doír,I saer. The distinction may be
purely schematic, Críth Gabl. p. 78 , and see Thurneysen,
Cóic Con. Fug. 78 § 54. ma beith fognum diib do ḟlaithib
65co nómad n-aó, it bothaig it fuidri; it senchléithe íarmithá,
Críth Gabl. 327 (theb. ¤ and thefuidirwhose ancestors have
rendered uncertain service for nine generations (gíallnae
éislinne, p. 97) in return for occupation of the same lands
became hereditary serfs (sennchléithe) tied to that land).
70 gach fuidir, Laws v 512.1 .i. daer a athair ┐ a sen-athair . . .
.i. saer-fuidir fri re ndeisi; daer- b. ¤ isin tres fir; sen-cleithi
isin cethrumad fir, 11 Comm. is urocra[ig] gach fuidir, gach
b. ¤ `. . .every cottier . . . are as persons proclaimed' ( i.e.are
unqualified to make a contract
, Thurn., ZCP xiv 375 § 38 ),
75 Laws ii 288.6 .cor . . . for b. ¤ (contract which cannot be
enforced), H. 3.18,20b28 ( ZCP xiii 23.27 , Bürgschaft 11 § 37 ).
trí cuir tintaiter do réir britheman: cor mná ┐ micc ┐ both-
aich, Triads 150 .bothaig ┐ fudir ┐ senchlethi flatha . . . do
acrau forin chonair fugill is techta, Cóic Con. Fug. 21 § 16.
80 is donafinib tacair seo biti bothaig(glossed .i.daerbothaig)
┐ fuidir ┐ senclethi, H. 3.18,227b9 ( O'C. 413 ).in daer-
fuidir, ┐ in daer-b., ┐ in sen-clethi . . . taithmither a sochur-
sidhi ┐ a ndochur uile, . . . ar indligi doib cuir no cunnartha
do denum i n-a n-egmuis (sc.a cend), Laws v 286.23 Comm.
85 saorb. .i. saor a bothachus re ré (sic leg., ed.) samraid ar
ferann neth ele ag caitham feoir ┐ uisce, ┐ nocha-fuil ní
uadha donti aga-ta acht loim a bo. Daorb. é isin cethramad
fir, ┐ con-ic dul ó gach fir do fir itir a fine budein tall ┐ nocha-
cumaing tiachtain asti amach, Cóic Con. Fug. 22 § 17
(Comm.).

5 bothachas n m.(2 bothach) tenureof a `bothach,'state of beinga
`bothach';rent,dues paid to (land) lord by a`bothach': ted bés tar
bothachus .i. téd béas dligid flatha no ecalsa fair cia do beith
for comairce neich aile amuith a mbothachus. No téd a biadh
ón flath ó bias a naititin a dhligid do tabairt do flaith eacht-
10rann, O'C. 2441 ( Eg. 88,36aa ).saorbothach .i. saor a botha-
chus re ré (sic leg., ed.) samraid etc.(see2 bothach), Cóic Con.
Fug. 22 § 17. it e fil fo chis ┐ dligud ┐ b. ¤ na nDeisse dona
flaithib` hut-tax ' (the tax paid by a`bothach,' n.4), Cymmr.
xiv 122 § 22.

15 bothán n o,m.(2 both)littlehut,cabin: bothan(=bothnait,
Ériu ii 55 § 2 )derrit diamarda little cell, Ériu i 138.3 .i
mbot[h]an . . . curcallacda`hut built of reeds', CCath. 3325.
i mb. ¤ ḟerna`in an alder hut', Cog. 92.16 .amhuil bothan a
bhfíneamhuin= cottage , Is. i 8. a gcomhar botháin gan áit
20chum suidhe ann, ZCP v 215.22 (Midn. Court).

bóthar n o. See O'Rahilly, Celtica i 160 , Richards, Lochlann ii
130 .b. ¤ báthar m., IGT Decl. § 53. track,road(lit. `cow-
passage', O'Rahillyloc. cit.):bothor tra .i. talla dí boin.
alanæ for fot araile for tarsnae, Corm. 38 s.v. rot= Corm. Y
25 1082. rod ímfeagna, no bothar, Laws iv 144.14 Comm.
bothar coitcinn ceathra, O'C. 290 (H. 3.18, 159).ar slicht
in tṡlúaig ┐ i n-iṅgenbóthur na tánad`along the road beaten
out by the hooves of the cattle
', Táin 4106 .sin bothur eter da
Mag, LL 26032 ( Met. Dinds. iv 286.7 ).gur fhágaibh gach
30bó aga buaile, ┐ gach bruid aga b. ¤ , ML 88.34 .dúnadh
daingean . . . ar bhearnadhaibh bheag-bhothair(fig.of an
impregnable fighting force), 112.30 .triobhas buid an
bhóthuir bhrealluigh, IGT Decl. ex. 667. do-rinne a thásc
láib do na bóithribh, Keat. Poems 165. ar achaidhibh ná
35ar bóithribh, Hackett xxvi 17 .bó bháthair astray cow ,
IGT Decl. ex. 1354. Common innn. loc.(see Hog. Onom.):
B. na Mias`Road of the Dishes' (between Durlus and
Buirren), Keat. iii 1034. an B. Mór a ccomhghar Cnámh-
choille, ┐ Tioprat Arann(` i.e.. . . the old road leading from
40Tipperary to Cashel
,' n. x), FM v 1578.19 .

bothas n o(2 both)legalservile tenure,bothach-ship;cottier
tenancy (Plummer MS. notes): glenomon bothais ┐ fuidrís fo a
tír tabeir, Laws iv 320.17 , Críth Gabl. 325 (see notes, and
Ir. Recht 81 f .).techta do bithbunud biid: im bothus, im
45fuidrius, im senchleithi flatha . . . Cóic Con. Fug. 21 § 14.
baogal .i. isedh do bheir i mbothus baogail a ndrochgnima,
O'C. 466 (H. 3.18, 246).cach beres do chin ┐ do raith . . .,
na airbir mainchi na giallna na bothus na dilsi(i.e.the status
ofb. ¤ , among others, disbars from suretyship), Bürgschaft 28
5076 . ?ni for biu bera b. ¤ a belaib fir aro segar fir forgeall, O'C.
2599 ( Eg. 88,51aa ). See alsodóer-bothus, Críth Gabl. p. 78.

bothna(i)t n[ā,f.] (2 both)smallhut,cell;cabin: (of ahermit's
abode) bothnait deirit dīamair, Ériu ii 55 § 2. áil dam . . .
bothnait dīamair i ngeisind Dīa, KMMisc. 210 § 4. (in B.
55na f.)co roisetar dia mbothnaid(of apprentice poets), Arch.
iii 311.12 .ní ro fháccaibhsiot bothnat i ndionfaidhe dias nó
triúr`cabin', FM vi 1958.13 .fāgbuis . . . an crann pailme
gusin mbot[h]nait mbic . . . a n-oighrecht, Fl. Earls 230.3 .

bothóc n[ā,f.] (2 both) cabin,cottage: an uair shuidhid i n-a
60mbothógaibh crom-lúbánacha creatlomnochta`cottages'
( Ir. Monthly 1929, p. 368 ), DDána p. 384.9 (111) .an uile
fhleascach / ar a mbí cúram bothóige, E. O'Rahilly 184.10.

bóu xseebá(a),báe.

bourgomaigistir n m.(Engl. or late Lat. loanword) burgomaster:
65 d'f[h]échain tighi ┐ gārdīn in bourgomāigistir, Fl. Earls 68.33 .

bóus xseeboingid.

? boutain n(Rom. loanword?Cf. bothuine s. bodaing?):frissin
b. uassa chenn `vault' (of a cellar), Fl. Earls 164.3 .

1 brá n f.orig.brú u, Thurn. Gramm. § 310 , § 314 . Later also
70 braí,bráe(originating in later attested nom. pl. or du., see
O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 216 n.2 ),bla. Later withdentalinflexion
in pl., and note LU 10226 cited below.n du. díbrói , TBC² 30.
dábrái , TTr.² 363. a du. dabru , Ériu xx 26.3 ( Bretha 5 ),
dabra(.i. dabrae , n. 1), 26 ( 8 ).g du. dabrúad , LU 10226.
75 n p. brai(: taí), LU 10849. d p. brúaib, LL 13910.
Eyebrow;brow(later with pl. used assg.): ciscilium.i. bræ
.i.cíliumciumais in bræ, Lib. Hymn 10.54 .nam brai mala
dicitur , Cóir Anm. 190 =bra. . . ., BB 251a11 .`bra' (brá,
bla,v.ll.) ┐ `laba' nach gnath gairm, / don mhalaigh is dá
80senainm, Met. Gl. 16 § 39. bra no brai .i. mala dí bhra dhubha
.i. da mhalaigh dhubha, O'Cl. fuil iter da bra ┐ a folt (.i. a fuil
d'fertain iter a da bra .i. iter in mbrae ┐ in folt, n.2), Bretha 23
(42.5).mat is bra`below the brow',ibid.(42.8).cechtarde a da
brúad each of his eyebrows, LU 9273 ( Anecd. iii 50.17 and n.
8529 ).dubidir ri bran a brae (: gae), LL 6390 =a brai, 380b35 .
dorat B. . . . / . . . sirgrád / do Choin Culaind co mbroí bailc,
22170 = Met. Dinds. iv 180.3 (bru,brae,blai,v.ll.).abrait
duib . . . / ┐ da brai doirchidi, YBL 127b27 ( Festschr. Stokes
3 § 3 ).dā brā dóile dúbgorma ōsna rosca, Aisl. MC 97.11 .
braoi dhubh, Dánta Gr. 20.21 .éadan fairsing fa fearamhail
5braoithe, Keat. Poems 881. go a braoi to her brow, Hackett²
li 27 .a bhraoithe seanga, cearta, caola, E. O'Rahilly 150.8.
Compds.isé bailc brádorcha, MU² 643. in fer bec brádub
(.i. malachdub), LL 34978 ( MU² 555n .).rop é m'ainm . . . /
in brádub (: ṡárgud) the black-browed, Met. Dinds. iv 332.22 .