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50 brón n o,m.See Thurn. Gramm. § 62. b. ¤ m., IGT Decl. § 96.
(a) sorrow,grief,grieving,lamentation;distress,burden:
brōn .i. a fronte etc., O'Mulc. 167. brōn.i. prono graece,
dolens, undebrōn, 168 .do beir nech in cuma ┐ in mbrōn
for a sūilib, 340 .cumha, caoi, triabhuin, b. ¤ , tuirse doilghíos,
55 Eg. Gl. 134. b. ¤ ref. totristitiam(8), Wb. 14d10 .b. ¤ caích
bad b. ¤ dúibsigl.flete cum flentibus, 5d25 .ni far mb. ¤ si etc.gl.
contristati, 16b8 .in b. ¤ gl.mestitudinem, Ml. 129c6 . 86d6 .
bá b. ¤ di suidib m'aicsin i n-imniud, 44c6 .inbróin (g s.), 77d12 .
i mb. ¤ , 108a11 .atcondairc setig fo b. ¤ `in grief',
60 Thes. ii 329.48 (Hy. v Comm.).dá b. ¤ flatha nime(title of tract), LU
1428 ( RC xxi 386.15 ).fer b. ¤ fort LU 10886 (TE) (see
F 86.75).b. ¤ búridach`loud-voiced care', Táin 4566 .gabála
báise . . . b. ¤ oc fleid . . . b. ¤ fri ríg, Tec. Corm. § 14.11 , 31 .
domna bróin, CRR 4. ró-gab b. ¤ ┐ toirsi . . . na hapstalu
65(=contristati sunt, p. 432.13), PH 5119. ni bron da niad
rashlogh R.`never loses heart', Magauran 4332 .mo bh. ¤
(interjection), Keat. Poems 1477. Attrib.g s.:a básbróin ,
ZCP vi 269 § 4.
Extended applications:trí bróin ata ferr fáilti:b. ¤ treóit
70oc ithe messa, b. ¤ guirt apaig, b. ¤ feda fo mess`the heaviness
of a wood under mast
', Triads 68 .brón déisi ag dathaghadh
`harvest's gloom', Arch. Hib. i 93 § xxix . Perh. as opp. of
fáilte(F 25.12) in:ce dobera bron doib treimit(of refusal
of hospitality), Laws v 172.z Comm. b. ¤ .i. troscad,ut est:
75ar ní fuben díre dó cé dobera bron doibhsidhe, Ériu xiii
75 § 194. b. ¤ .i. trosgadh, O'Cl. In phr.b. ¤ trogainsee
1 trogan.
(b)As quasi-vn.:ag bron, Bard. Synt. Tr. 97.71a40 (see 242).
Compds. With nouns. ?bebais brónamaill (: mórālaind)
80ṁbratha, LL 15906. fri bronag`against mournful battle',
Gorm. Oct. 19. ?ba h-airithe les in aird-rig a brun-dalta . . .
do bron-tiugh-bhádúg báis, MR 112.3 .ro and brónbríg
(: mōrríg)`weakened sorrows' force', Arch. Hib. ii 72 § 32.
i mbrónchaoi . . . ghéir, Hackett xi 12 .brón-chommbrúdh
85 contrition , TSh. 8889. go ccualadar an brónchómhrādh . . .
éugcaointeach, Celt. Rev. x 134.17 .cosg tarta gach brōn-
chuire, Mac Aingil 3609 . O'Hussey TC 229.12 .tug cantlamh
bantrachta ar bhrón-fhleidh, Keat. Poems 150. adhbhar . . .
brón-ghuil, E. O'Rahilly 56.13. fo brón-guba`dismally
wailing
' (of demons), Met. Dinds. iv 84.z . With adj. ? ¤ derc,
5see1 bráencompds.

? brona: n brud (.i. ōr) b. ¤ (.i. teilgin= casting,smelting?)
(B. na f.), ZCP v 490 § 16 (cf. 2 bruinnidandbronn-compds.).

brónach adj o, ā(brón) (a) sad,sorrowful;grievous. Almost always
used predicatively. With neg. copula very frequ. in litotes:
10 ni b. ¤ donintarráigl.refectus est spiritus eius, Wb. 16b18 .is
bronach a bethu amal sodin, ref. tograuis illi uita tristisque
(25), Ml. 30d24 .ní bu brōnach int oscur, Thes. ii 334.2
(Hy. v).nibdir brónaig they will rejoice, Fél.² Prol. 188. is
ingnad mad b. ¤ frimsa I'll be surprised if he is not glad to see
15me (fails to welcome me
), BDD² 277. bá b. ¤ trá M. de sin .i. a
bith cen mac, LU 4241. i n-iffur[n]d at brónaig, 9462 .it
brónaich a teglach oca chlúais, BDD² 1122. bróncha fíanna
injured(?), LU 7444 (BDD).nárbat b.su araí sin do not be
sorrowful because of that
, FDG² 487. do toraind bronaig
20Brenai from the mournful confines of B., Lec. 16rb19 =
FM i 246.9 .bineach b. ¤ . . . beagcroidheach, TSh. 6625.
Compar. bronchugl.tristiora, Ml. 86d7 .Adv. beith co
bronach, Mór M. 268 § 6. co brōnach bit[h]-ims[h]nīmach,
ML² 880.
25 (b)Assubst.:donaib bronchaibgl.tristibus, Ml. 118a8 .
trí brónaig choirmthige: fer dogní fleid etc.`sorrowful ones',
Triads 94 .
Asn. pr. m.:feil Búide ma[i]cc Bronaich, Fél. Dec. 7 v.l.

brónaid v(brón) grieves: brónfaid iar n-āraib`will be mournful
30after slaughters
', RC xxvi 48 § 253. bronaid banntrochta
dithbath fear(rhet.), BB 259a3 `grieve at the destruction of
men
', RC xxiv 280 § 19.

brónaide adj[io, iā] =bronach:i fúair básad b. ¤ `met a lamentable
death', Met. Dinds. iii 404.2 .

35 brónaigid v(brón):brónuighid an Sbiorad náomh, ┐ urgháirdigh-
id an námhuid= they contristate , RSClára 156b.

brónán n[o,m.] (brón) sorrow,grief,distress: sīrechtach / brōnān
file for tīr Thaidc, Bruchst. 43 § 98 ; AU i 138.6 .bronan foru
dia coraib / fo bronan form do imrolaib, Anecd. i 6.4 `their
40anguish arising from the casts made at them
', SCano 156 note.
in brónān fil for Dún nÁ., Fing. R. 199.

bronbachall n(-ó-?) (brón< Lat.prōnus(?) +bachall)appar.
stick, etc. that iscurvedorbent(forward): Oingussius cuius
cognomentum Bronbachal, Thes. ii 274.15 .mors O. bron-
45bachlae, AU i 108.12 .athar A. Bronbachall an naoimh,
Reeves Ad. 41 n. a . Perh. also in: pedum.i. bron brachin
.i.baculum incuruum quo pedes ouium inpediuntur ,
Thes. ii 46.25 (brom bachin,bronbachin,v.l., 361.25). See
KZ xxxiii 70 , RC xiv 231 § 25.

50 brónderg xsee1 bráencompds.

brongidi n(cf.Lat.bronchia):b. ¤ gl.rauce, Thes. ii 360.6 .

bronn- pref(2 bruinnid) smelted,refined: land dergóir do brondór
brúthi dar or n-inneóni, LU 6395 (TBC).bronnor bruinnte,
RC xii 352 § 48. cethre meich do bhronnargut,
55 Anecd. ii 70.2 .buididir bronnór, Ériu iv 94 § 13. M. C. na cuach
mbrondóir, `of the bright gold locks', 226 § 50.

1 bronnad vn.of1 bronnaid.act ofconsuming . (a) Of land,
etc.destroying,damaging,etc.: brondad .i. caitheam, Lec.
Gl. 76. bronnadh .i. milleadh no caitheamh, O'Cl. `bron-
60nadh' is `gleith' caithemh cáidh, Met. Gl. 24 § 13. bronnadh
.i. ithidh, ut est cob . . . breth brondta ithe aidhche .i. ithid
in t-arbur isinn aidche, O'Dav. 298. Cf. ma fer etháim
robrondad and, Laws iv 94.22 Comm. bronnadh .i. scailedh
no (leg.na) cnam amail ata in adbur Duma Selga, H. 3.18,
65 609b16 ( O'C. 1329. )do brondud Brogarbáin`for the killing
of B.
', Met. Dinds. iii 390.4 .diam a b. ¤ aineclann cháich
as a aí injuring , Críth Gabl. 240. madh fri brondadh gu
haith .i. airlim athluimpure feóir ethamain tsamraidh`if to
trespass quickly
', Laws iv 90.25 Comm. cen a brondad i
70nindeithbirius not to damage it unjustifiably(sc.a share of
property), iii 404.9 Comm. tathig in mbeirg dia bronnud
`to consume him', Met. Dinds. ii 62.10 .b. ¤ i[n] buair, Ériu
x 84 § 73 (see Met. Dinds. iv 340.25 ).
(b) Perh.using,eating(up): adcota brugas bronnud
75`abundance begets eating', RC xlv 13 § 18 =atcota briugaid
brondad, Anecd. iii 11.22 .Cf. briuga .i. umad, . . . adcoda
briuga bronna[d]`abundance gets injury', O'Dav. 325. do
longad ┐ do brondad cacha bíd` puttingaway', Aisl. MC 77.5 .

2 bronnad u,m. vn.of2 bronnaid.bronnadh, IGT Verbs § 80.
80 act ofbestowing,giving;gift: a indmus uile do bronnadh ar
becc tuara`giving', CCath. 2357. ni do brondud`to bestow
anything
', Laws iii 46.7 Comm. a bhrondadh amhail chuin-
ghes, ZCP viii 109 § 3. brondadh ar nach bīa aisecc a bequest
that will not be reversed
, RC xxxvii 352 § 10. as aire tucc an
85chill caomh, / mar brondadh uadh don ard-naomh, BNnÉ
250 § 204 .dá chéad each . . . chum a m-bronta d'fearaibh
Eireann, Misc. Celt. Soc. 178.10 .an té fhúathuighios
bronta=gifts, Prov. xv 27. rug . . . buaidh bronnta sur-
passed . . . in generosity
, DDána 99.11 .nī tēit tethro 'na
mbronntoib, Sitzb. 1919, v 92 § 2 .