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? 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 .

brógainech adj(-o-?) (cf. brógaine) :cen nach ṁbrath ṁbrogain-
ech (: órainech) ṁbil, LL 15940. broccach broguinech,
5 32091 ` wound-abounding ', TTr. 1278.

brogaire n name of aplant: blath na mb. ¤ , Lism.L. 4585 .

brogda adj(bruig)having to do withlands,farms(?) ;increasing,
extending(of lands, riches) ;strong;mighty,etc.: broghdha .i.
iomarcach, O'Cl. bruachdha .i. broghdha .i. céimnightheach,
10 ib. bruachdha .i. broghdha, no mór,ib. cāch do inluch dogra
drenn / ba hē bēs b. ¤ Briccrenn, Corp. Gen. 272. 19 .ricfa
broínd na Berba birdha broghda with farmlands(?), IT iii
89 § 117 .oc Taig hua m Buidēn mb. ¤ ` landed ', Arch. Hib. ii
95 § 34. fer borb b. ¤ iarom im longud ┐ im ligi, LU 6708
15(TBC).buachaill b. ¤ ic a (sc.fearchú) brostad` sturdy ', MR
200.2 .daine b. ¤ ` powerful ', Ann. Conn. 1256.9 .lem banais
mbrogdha, ZCP viii 226 § 18. seoladh loinne . . . / cuing an
bhuinne is bróghdha breis`the chieftain's sway that ever doth
increase
', Ó Bruad. iii 212.4 .Compar. as broghdha cráobh
20Mháighe is Mór`mightier (than A.) the chieftain of Máigh
and M.
' (Notes), Bard. Synt. Tr. 11 § 199.9 .

brógene n g s.(bró+gein?):allbach ṁbratha / b. ¤ (rhet.), LU
8688 ( FB 52 ), Celtica vi 231 § 92 (untranslated).Cf. brógaine.

brogmar adj o, ā=brogda:Broccaid b. ¤ `thepowerful ', Met. Dinds.
25 ii 66.1 . ?do . . . deachaib in ogaim andso air na cumai[n]g
brogmoir lasna biat a deich` excessive ', Auraic. 5912.

brognu n d s. condo farcaibh i mbroghnu (: oghru)`in dearth' (?),
FM i 408.4 , CRR 196. ?Cf. brodna.

? brogoll n(2 brog+oll?):firfidhir nith naboto triaagh tithris
30muir ninglas nemnadbeo b. ¤ brofidh,etc., ZCP xii 401.17 .a fir
benn bruaich brogaill broumide, 402.9 .

bróguine,-ech xseebrógaine,-ech.

broí xsee1 brá,1 bró.

? broï: n dóe fri dói[t] / ferfaid bröi, Ériu xx 196 § 25.

35 broicid: v sagart súgach mé gan Laidin / lé ní bhroicim (: loitim)
I don't botherwith it(?), Ó Bruad. ii 70.2 .broic re rámhain i
n-aois úcaidh`meddling with a spade', iii 204.17 .Cf. broic,
Dinn.

broic(th)enach n[ā,f.] (brocc) badger-warren,hauntofbadgers:
40 co tísdaís [na bruic] asa mbroicthenaigh amach, Cóir Anm.
239. teit C. don brocenaig . . . lotar tra na bruicc imach,
Corm. 23 = Corm. Y 685. Cf. broc i mbroithinisg (broch-
danuis,v.l.), ITS i 10.17 .
Seebruicnech.

45 bróidinélacht n=bródáil:bruit . . . go mbroidinēlacht` embroid-
ered clothing ', Fl. Earls 252.19 .do broidinēlacht ōr-snāithi,
256.3 .Cf. le hobair bhróidneireachta, Ezek. xvi 10.

broigthech adj[o, ā] (cf. 1 brogach):is dín caich, is mur ṁb. (: toir-
thech), SR 983. ` profitable(?),' Gloss.

50 broimm n[n,n.]vn.ofbraigid. fart(ing): b. ¤ crúaid iar n-ithi
arba, LL 36865. buar brucht broim`farting', O'Dav. 319.
As comicn. pr.:B.(a `drúth'), LL 3445. Sliocht Mh. an
Bhrama, PCT 295.
Compds.broim-féur` switch-grass,cough-grass ', P. O'C.
55 bramuabhar Lucifer, E. O'Rahilly 288.7.

broimnech n f.(broimm):broimneach` farting,cracking,
bouncing ', P. O'C. cosc lára do broimnig`keeping a mare
from breaking wind
' (in list of useless tasks), Aisl. MC 73.1 .
Seebromach.

60 bróin xseebró.

broínde adj io, iā(1 bráen):bróinde`belonging todew ', Sg. 35b2 .

broindtech x=proindtech?sreith biait brondteach sreatbat
bualteach, IT iii 98 § 158.

broine,-ech xseebraine,-ech.

65 ? bróined n(cf. 1 bró):ag broinadh imberteadh ccrúaidh / ag
snadhmadh a suainemh ndiombhúain whetting their hard play
(of weapons?), ZCP ii 359.5 .

bróinid n[i,m.] (1 bró) molar(tooth): amal as soirb donaib broini-
dib in cocnamgl.molaribus, Ml. 75b7 .

70 bróinidae adj io, iā(cf. bróinid) molar: b. ¤ gl.molaris, Sg. 57a3 .

broisnín n(brosna):b. ¤ de chórdaibh . . . cruaidh-chnáibe`a little
bundle ', ITS i 16.23 .

broiténe n(bratt)littlecloak: b. ¤ gl.palliolum, Sg. 49a13 .

broithinisg xseebroic(th)enach.

75 broithirne xseebrothairne.

bróitse,bróiste n(Fr.broche, Risk, Études Celt. xii 627 ) =1
próiste
:broiste`abrooch ',broiste snáth, P. O'C. ní bhí gan
bronnadh dhí an dídsi / is ní bhí an bróidsi, IGT Decl.
ex. 90.

80 brolach n=prolach:b. ¤ ind Uraicepta` Prologue ', Auraic. 2358.
b. ¤ no reamhradh na hoibri-se( chapter-heading ), Desid. 49.

brollach n o, [n.] (1 brú)pl. -aige. (a) breast,bosom,chest: cliath,
ochd, brothlach, b. ¤ , Eg. Gl. 122. frith . . . / i mbrolluch C.
. . . / noedenan bec in C.'s arms, LL 17989. a b. ¤ sneadach(in
85abusive expression), IT iii 99 § 165 , Bruchst. i 28 § 62. fa
tteanfá le b. ¤ mná coigcriche=embrace the bosom, Prov. v 20.
go bhfaileóchdáois . . . a mbrollaighe=their breast, RSClára
74b .i mb. ¤ chnis`in . . . mid-chest', O'Gr. Cat. 584.4. Of
garments,armour,etc.: dar b. ¤ in choṅganchnis` breast-piece ',
Táin 3350 .dar b. ¤ na luirighe, CCath. 5603. hi corthair
5brollaig inair Oengusa, Dinds. 32. tar b. ¤ na bocoidi`through
the boss of the buckler
', Caithr. CC 16. for bernadaib ┐
brollaig[ib] dó, Táin 4451 =brollachaib, TBC St. 4312.
teora cimsa . . . i mbernadaib ┐ brollaigib dó` scallops and
curves
' on a garment, LL 32349 ( TTr. 1538 ).mar tá b. ¤ ar
10hatán` rent(?)' (Notes), TD 38.7 . Perh. difft. wd. in last
three exx.Cf. 1 bronnaid.
Other applications: athonn bháidhte brollaigh cuain(to
Mary), Aithd. D. 97.26 .'n-a mb. ¤ in the van, 16.37 .do lethb.
in chatha`at one side of the line', Ériu viii 40.13 .b. ¤ oidhche
15 at nightfall(?), H. 3.18,10 marg. sup.
(b) Legal. In Laws Comm.dorn,lám i mb. ¤ `hand on the
breast', a symbolic (?) gesture appar. used in apprehending
adebtororexpellinganoutsider: aitire gaibhes gnimu nadma
aitire són dobeir laím im b. ¤ feicheman co nadhmaim le
20saigid riasíu ascomra, ZCP xiii 24.12 `der den Schuldner
zugleich mit einem `naidm' am Brustlatz packt'
, Bürgschaft
13 § 42. dorn ina b. ¤ `holding him (a vagrant) by the collar',
Laws i 128.27 .dorn ina brolluch in or críche, muna ti
urruidh fo lan, ┐ da ti, is a ic dosidhe .i. lamh ina b. ¤ , ii 88.19 ,
25 20 .dorn i n-a b. ¤ , ar daigin a astaigthi re fiachaib, v 478. 26
= O'Dav. 1262.
(c)In prep. phrases.ar Banba b. ¤ to the forefront of B.
(a ruler), SG 334.z .i mb. ¤ gacha mórshluaig`at the head of
every great host
', 100.30 .i ndorus (= a mb. ¤ ,v.l.) ifrinn in
30front of
, BNnÉ 216 § 95 .rena b. ¤ beside her(?), 164 § 34 .
Note also:i mb. ¤ in catha` outset ', Caithr. Thoirdh. 115. 17
(cf. brolach).