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80 brocóit n f. g s. -e(O. We.brocaut, Ling. Val. 83 ) bragget: brócoit
.i. Combréc. braccat din ised la Bretnu. bracc iarom ainm
do braich. braccat imorro sainlind, .i. lind sæinṁech
brócoit .i. sainlind dognither do braich, Corm. 6 =do
braich ┐ mil, Corm. Y 124. briathra brócoite`words spoken
85in liquor
', Met. Dinds. iv 364.8 , Ériu v 224.22 .bolcsrónach
brocóiti fat-nosed (dispenser) of bragget, Triads 231 .áibne
beóiri is brocóti, Aisl. MC 37.25 .cid mid, cid broccoit
(bragait, brogoit,v.ll.) flatha`princelymalt ', Ériu iii 104 § 35.
co sesccait dabhach etir miodh ┐ brógoitt, FM ii 984.7 .
locht oircheas uarus don brogoid, `bragget', Magauran 1313 .
5 Fig. don druing ibheas brogóid na beatha so, TSh. 8346.
pnIn comic name:meic brócoiti binde, Aisl. MC 33.17 .

brocrad n(brocc):b. ¤ cain fine badgers , ZCP xiii 276.15 .

1 brod n o,m. g s.alsobrodha, Corp. Astron. 44.11 . straw,
splinter,speck,spot;particle(ofdust,dirt, etc.): ciscilium.i.
10broth uel brothscoa, Lib. Hymn. 10.54 .brodh etc.`anatom,
poinl,spot,' Eg. Gl. 80. nī b. ¤ (-taltered to-d, MS.)bec a
falach C.C. āit a mbīad`a little speck' (Faraday), TBC² 2488.
fot shūil condech b. ¤ (brogh, broid,v.ll.)`a thorn', KMMisc.
270 § 45. ag buain brodh d'édach a mná . . . benus na brodha,
15 SG 246.21 , 24 .[a] bruigh ar brat treabraidh you spot of dirt
on a plaited mantle
, IT iii 85 § 84. ar b. ¤ (brogh,v.l.)`for a
piece of dirt
' (in charm for the eye) ( Nat. Lib. MS. 11,396a ),
Saga och Sed, Gustav Adolf Academy, Uppsala,1960, 149. 14 .
broigh (brocc,v.l.) snechta snowflakes , Bruchst. i 14 § 25 ,
20 IT iii 69 § 16. bruga etromma . . . .i. ingne light things,
Alex. 586 =raeta, ZCP xxx 125.2 .in brogh beac fa shuil
do brathar=festucam in oculo( Luc. vi 41 ), ITS xxix 131.32 .
Mac Aingil 904 .b. ¤ in airigid(readairidig, ed.)thestalk(?),
TFerbe 202 (see IT iii 457 - 8 ).brodh do fhad a chorr-mhéir
25`a straw', Corp. Astron. 44.5 .leaptha brogh bhithi find
`couches of bright woven straw', Magauran 1188 .
Compd.ro suighidsetar in biadh ina mbrodmuccaib in bits
or pieces
(?), Ériu xi 49.7 .baile is ainm do brodmuic fenetha
i.e. slisen fenneda, O'C. 790 (H. 3.18, 368b), ( Laws Gloss. 90
30 s.v. baile).b. ¤ f. `asliceorflitchof pork cooked and browned',
Mann. and Cust. i lxxxvi 15 .dogni . . . brodhmuc dia muic
(`Strohschwein' Meyer Contribb. 265 ), YBL 118a47 =bro-
muc `roastedone' (sc. pig), SG 86.3 .proinn shaidhbhir do
s[héd] p[h]romuic`a rich repast of choice food',
35 Éigse iii 240 § 2. poinn dod p[h]romac` provender ', § 4 (see notes).
in Brecc (.i. ua bhrodhmuc), Ann. Inisf. 1193.5 .

2 brod xappar. =1 broga,brogad:b. ¤ .i. biseach, Lec. Gl. 382,
M 196 .Cf. brogadh .i. biseach, O'Cl.

bród adj(Engl.proud?):'na mbród-dháimh (: tōgbháil)`a proud
40 company' (Gloss.), O'R. Poems 2795. re dlaoi chais bhród-
ómraigh a dualchocán fine like amber, Hackett² li 20.

brodach adj o, ā(1 brod) dirty,filthy;mean,disgusting: a ndún
bhrógach dhuaibhsech iffrinn, RC xxiii 12.11 .do chum mo
bhéoil bhrodhaigh d'fhosgladh, Desid. 6909. pecthach
45broghach`filthy' (Gloss.), Celtica i 225.11 .Compar. as
bréine, bhrodhaighe . . . iná madadh marbh, Desid. 5778.
Adv. dh'fhonn dul as go broghach to evade in a mean way
(issue of arguments in a controversy), Luc. Fid. 4346.

bródáil n(Engl. loanword)b. ¤ f., IGT Decl. § 42. b. ¤ óir go bórd
50gach séama` embroidery ' (Gloss.), GJ xiv 715b117 .

brodchú xseebrotchú.

bródchur n(cf. bródáil):com . . . fá léinidh go mb. ¤ ` embroidery
(?)' (Gloss.), Keat. Poems 200. 'na sróll-chulaidh bródchuir,
127 .

55 brodla xseebrotla.

brodlan(n) n(1 brod):brodlan legind, LL 36763 =cid brodlaind
léigind`even atrifle of study', Fél. 154.26 . Seebrotlomm.

bródmar n(bród):ó choir bhréige an bhródmhair`of theproud
man', Timth. 1916, v 39 § 33 .

60 brodmuc,bromuc xsee1 brod.

? brodna x(cf. 1 brod):salanaig buale ┐ buicc brodnai(kinds of
mercenaries), Triads 230 .

brodrad n(1 brod):atchiu formbrat b. ¤ (prothruth,v.l.) nais
`I see on my cloak thestains of age', Lament 25 .

65 brodscuad n(compd. (?) of1 brodor (?)1 bruth. For second
elementcf. scóand derivv. ?) refuse,rubbish: inna b. ¤ anglana
gl.quiscilia, Tur. 110. ciscilium.i. brothuelbrothscoa, Lib.
Hymn. 10.54 .brotscuad .i. spreigal,ut estbrotscuadh la
feirge feidm .i. amail spreigal na fairrgi is amlaid . . . in tan
70bis go feirg`refuse . . . i.e. like the rubbish of the sea', O'Dav.
270. is brodscūad .i. is brodsce úan, O'Mulc. 765. bruth
sguadh, amhail luibhredh docuirither muir, ar as ainm do
suidhe bruth, no brodh sguadh, Ériu xiii 44.12 (name given
to compositions of the `doérbaird').

75 bróe n word of doubtful status, usually transl.spike,point. Not
easily dist. frombrá,q.v. ba deil ba b. ¤ (: góe) ri cech n-airc
(of a prince), LL 6389 =ba derb a broe,etc., MS. Mat. 481.2 .
Compds.ar galaib crann mbroderc (mbrogderg,v.l.)` red-
pronged ', Éigse x 185 § 16 =broach, LL 6079.
80 Cf. brógaine,-ech.

bróen xsee1 bráen.

bróenrad n(1 bráen) drops: a barr, a broenrad cech leith(of the
Tree of Life), SR 615.

1 brog xsee1 brod.

85 2 brog n expld. asarmful,lapful: b. ¤ .i. ucht no urtlach,ut est:
buí b. ¤ in chleirigh lán, Ériu xiii 65 § 55. bruinne .i. brod,ut
est: bruinne désghér ina laimh, § 56.