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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.

3 brog xseeborg.

1 broga x brogad? Alsobruga.buan in breth iarna b. ¤ : / is
tech truag cen nach tuga lasting is the judgment after it is set
5forth
(?), Met. Dinds. iv 334.11 . ?Cf. brogha[d] .i. firenugh-
[ud] etc., O'Dav. 303. Note alsobrogha .i. ceimnechadh,
ut est: mō bh. ¤ for mara múr, Ériu xiii 65 § 48 =mo brogad
(: t[h]ochar), ZCP x 45.16 .cen buaid, cen brig, cen brugai
(: dubai), SR 8300. sé choic ṁbliadna cen bruga, LL 681
10( ITS xxxix 168 § 6 ). ?laoch rí brogha buillibair, FM i 558.5
(Plummer MS. notes readsri broga[d]and translates `in
multiplying blows
').

? 2 broga: n b. ¤ forfuil ina díaid(in description of horses and
chariots), LU 9259 =brogha for fuil ina ndiaigh-sighi,
15 Anecd. iii 50.1 .

1 brogach adj o, ā(?bruig) :b. ¤ (: togach)(i.e.Pardus), SR 977.
ria sluág Gall ṁb. ṁbuada` strong ,victorious host,etc.,' RC
xxiii 314.30 . Seebrugach.

2 brogach xseebrodach.

20 brogad [u,m.]vn.ofbrogaid.an broghadh (ón bisich), IGT
Verbs § 115. act ofincreasing,extending,intensifying,urging,
etc.: brogadh .i. biseach, O'Cl. sé coicc bliadna cen brocchadh,
glossed:cen médughadh, no cen biseach, Leb. Gab. 94.13 .
tug broghudh ar blath mBanbha, Magauran 2884 .rug an
25tír broghadh fa B., IGT Verbs 984. slat óicfir dobí ar
brogadh`a young scion who was prosperous', Ériu ii 164.15 .
ar (ara,v.ll.) b. ¤ (: togad ; broad,v.l.) forsin turus`for advanc-
ing on the journey
', Met. Dinds. iii 236.24 .oc b. ¤ ind arad oc
taibleth na slóg urging on(?), LU 6473 (TBC).ac broghadh
30na mbeimenn`driving home . . . blows', Celt. Rev. ii 312.18 .
gor-gob brig ┐ b. ¤ ┐ borrfad . . . na Grecu` vehemence ', TTebe
1813 .co n-dechaid in daiger dibraicthe, dar b. ¤ a bibaisci
`passed off the side of its boss' (of the flight of a javelin),
MR 152.18 .co cléith brogtha bróen-uillig`powerful', Met.
35Dinds. iii 234.10 .
WithAR:fonn formaid / do bhroghadh oraibh re na árd-
tréithibh`wish to impress you', Ó Bruad. iii 144.4 .

brogaid vmid. Ir. form ofmrogaid.ipv. 2 p. mbrog(aid)(glossed
ceimnighidh sibhsi, note 2), Leb. Gab. 254.5 . IGT Verbs
40§ 115. Trans.cultivates(?) ;extends,increases;magnifies:
brogfaiter(brogfaitir, LL 24838 )cricha i rroilbi`districts will
be extended into uplands
', RC xxvi 44 § 227. firt fuil ferna in
gach moigh, / broghais criocha hi ccén`the exterior territories
were enriched
' (it (blood) made fertile. . .), FM i 174.18 .
45?firfid cath mór Midi. Brogfaid Cnámcailli, ZCP xii 238 § 64.
sall boc[c] brainech / brogas scuir`that increases studs',
Aisl. MC 79.25 .scarass Murchadh ra midlaigh, / brogais a triuna
i ttalmuin, TFrag. 42.2 =mrogais trénu, RC xxiv 54 § 14.
robrog a gairm in glan-chaill`his name has exalted. . .',
50 Met. Dinds. iv 24.14 .atbath ben, / broguss bladh, Leb.
Gab. 260.20 . pressesforward,expels; with refl. pron.proceeds:
robrog . . . F. in nE. o thír dar muir i nAlbain`expelled E.',
ZCP ii 134 § 1. Fig. gāifi for gnūis cáich gusmbrogad of all
toward whom it (a satire) was made move (?)
, Arch. iii 297 § 50
55( Jn. Celt. Stud. ii 99 § 50 ).nos brogat dó iarum i nUachtur
F., LL 13527 `they go forward . . . into U.', RC viii 60. 21 .
Intrans.increases,extends,proceeds,advances,goesor
pressesforward(lit. andfig.):proghfuith crich a roilbe, RC
xxvi 44 note 16 .b. ¤ co boin`(the penalty) advances to a cow',
60 Bretha 23 .broig-siu, Anecd. i 73.6 (ICM). ?nī nessa
broghais dot bais indass dia bais na cēile, ZCP viii 103.23 .
arindī rombrogsat roime-sium isindara leth in lestair, Corm.
Y 1059 (92.5) =rombrochsat, Corm. Bodl. 34.4 .robroccsat,
Corm. 37.1 `they pressed (?) before him', Corm. Tr. 136.
65 robrog E. . . . / co riacht B.`E. . . . pressed on',
Met. Dinds. iii 450.15 .brogsat sech Affraic(glossed:do cheimnighset tar
an A.), Leb. Gab. 280. 12 .brogsad (lodsat,v.l.) iarsin for
sáile`they put out to sea', Ériu iv 136.29 .brogais hisin flaith
iarsain / B. proceeded to the sovereignty, Rawl. 84b43 .ro
70broghsat na bruige borrfadha ainbisigh`became productive',
MR 100.14 .
Legalestablishes,proves,confirms,justifies: tocombachtaib
sealb saerteallaigh; modaigh mairc mbrugsaite(.i. is tre
gnimrad a nech firenaigthir doibsium he, 7 Comm. ) `it
75(possession of land) is secured to them by the work of their
horses
', Laws iv 2.2 , O'Dav. 303 (=mrogsaite, `who extended',
Celtica vi 221 ).muniu broga nechtar n-aei(.i. muna firen-
aigter nechtarde dibh imdenam for a cheile, 328.34 Comm. )
`if neither of them establish his right', Laws v 320.z.
80 Vn. brogad.

brogaide adj=1 brogach,brogda:co de bratha b. ¤ (: de)`to the
distant day of doom' (mighty?), Ériu v 242.28 .

? brógain n(-o-?) :broghain .i. iomarcaigh no éccóir, O'Cl.

? brógaine n(-o-?) (cf. brógainandbrógene).a p.(?)cen
85 brogainembaire / benn Boghaine buaine, BB 397a21 =cen
bró-guine báire`a goal free from carnage ',
Met. Dinds. iv 70.3 .cara dam-sa Crist mac Dé / gan bhara, gan bhroghaine,
ZCP x 340.1 .