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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 .

5 1 bronnaid v pres. subj. 3 s. robria , O'Dav. 300 ;pass. robriathar ,
287 , 314 , Laws iv 100.7 , v 168.15 (cited below). See Thurn.
Gramm. § 610 , Ped. i 54 , ii § 673 .
(a) spends,consumes (seems orig. meaning of the wd.,
Plummer MS. notes):cóic méich fichet . . . is ed ro bronnad
10frisna cóic fichtiu bargen is what was used for the . . . loaves,
LU 8126 ( FB 9 ).robronnat nád rothrebat`they (women)
lavish what they cannot husband
' (spend or waste?), Tec.
Corm. § 16.98 . ?fir [bu]ada bronnait a mbaill / tomailt
tuara síl Conaill, Ériu viii 70.11 .molt linas cach toll, Laws ii
15254.2 .i. bis ina inathar da brondith when it grazes(?), 15
Comm. Intrans.forruim a choiss forsind leicc / maraith a és,
ní bronna`it wears not away(?),' Thes. ii 310.2 (Hy. ii).
(b) injures,damages: ma fer etháim ro brondad and`if it
be rich grass that has been spoiled
', Laws iv 94.22 Comm. mad
20anfine imorro no-dm-bera di-a bronnad, ┐ ro brondustar,
is lan-dire,etc.(of seized cattle), v 446.10 Comm. ní ro
briathar la cach ín ala ar coin ┐ ceachair ┐ ceathras(of
injury to cattle in common pasturage), iv 100.7 Comm. for
aithgin neich bronnair ann(grass,etc.), 98.16 Comm. aithgin
25neich ro briathar ann`for what is damaged therein', v 168.15 .
brí .i. brisster, ut est diablad n-aithgina neich ro briathar .i.
diablad sin boin bristi, O'Dav. 287. [-]bria .i. brisi, [ut est]
cia robria ord for inneoin`though he break', 300 .geall
dobeir nemidh, ┐ brondaid inti di-a tabar`the person to
30whom it is given damages it
', Laws v 216.12 Comm. bri .i.
bronnadh . . . sét imamberar cen athcomarc ma robriathar
.i. madia mbronntar, O'Dav. 314. cia bronntar indi whatever
is damaged in it
(a bed), Críth Gabl. 234. ?tri on brethemon
briatar . . . baes ┐ aneolus ┐ eitges three blemishes . . . which
35destroy
(?), O'C. 20 (H. 3.18, 9a) (Briathrach, ZCP xii 363.2 ).
Vn. 1 bronnad.

2 bronnaid v(ext. application of1 b., Ped. ii 478 ). IGT Verbs
§ 80. bronn, deonuigh, aontuigh, tabhair, Eg. Gl. 75. cid
tarraid allaid cendaid / gellaid bearraidh is bronnaid, IT iii
4086 § 91 .Bressal Bronncaín ar a mhét do bronnadh a chaín
rígh do chách, Cóir Anm. 208. ni bronnfa acht trian trin na
fine(regulation governing acomarba), Laws iii 46.14 Comm.
seachta cach aithgena / dobrontar uaidib`the seventh . . . is
given by them
', BR² 1090. bronnaim thu a mhic . . . do
45Chiarán, SG 5.30 .gach ar pronn tú . . . d'ór, Duan. Finn ii
210 § 24 .bronnaidh a ghroigh(a patron), IGT Decl. ex. 354.
?ār bodb[d]a bron[n]ais`he wrought a terrible slaughter',
ZCP iii 45.1 .
Vn. 2 bronnad.

50 bronnaigid v=2 bronnaid:bronnachmuidne(fut.)sin féin duit,
BNnÉ 165.1 v.l.

bronnat n[ā,f.] (1 brú):hísbronnait gl.infra uentriculum, Sg.
46a8 .

bronnlog xseeS 317.80.

55 bronnmar adj(1 brú):having a largebelly: b. ¤ gl.uentriosus, Ir. Gl.
647. b. ¤ brecglas belremur, BB 257b8 .

? bronnsa: ind co ndēntais a brit[h]emnas b. ¤ hetha nobertis
fīrbretha a fīrinni frithib, Ériu iv 162.11 .

1 bronntach adj[o, ā] (cf. 1 bronnad). Assubst.(?):ni tinntai
60nach b. ¤ anyone wasteful or careless(?), O'C. 860 (H. 3.18,
389a) gloss ondiambad lobtaig . . . ni tinntatsom, Laws iv
54.10 - 11 ).

2 bronntach adj o, ā(cf. 2 bronnad) generous,liberal,bounteous:
banua Í Ruairc bhuig bhronntaigh, O'Hara 3516. an
65t-enech . . . brondtach, Ériu iv 218 § 25. an fhuinn Olltaigh
bhronntaigh, Keat. Poems 892. Subst.:soisil cech b. ¤ `lavish
person
', Tec. Corm. § 15.29 .

bronntacht n[ā,f.](cf. bronntach):béim ar do bh. ¤ ní bhia
` generosity ', A. Ó Dálaigh xxxiii 7.

70 bronntanas n(2 bronnad)bronntanus m.(g s. -uis,-a), IGT Decl.
§ 38 (88.7) . bestowalof gifts,generosity: mhúinfios dúinn . . .
a bh. ¤ , Desid. 5147. bronntanus nō féili, Celtica i 192.6 . gift,
present: b., tabhartus, tiodhlacadh, Eg. Gl. 54. ro-līnmair-
eacht bronntanus, Fl. Earls 148.34 .brontanas duine=a
75man's gift
, Prov. xviii 16. bronntanus na Grása, Donl. 214.z .

bronntas n o,m.(2 bronnad) bestowalof gifts;gift,present:
dorug . . . buidechus in bronntais-sin risin tigerna`thanked
the . . . lord for that present
', ZCP vi 73.23 .cead bronntais
`leave to make gifts', Keat. iii 988. a gcroidhe do thabhairt
80do Dhia i modh bronntais by way of a gift, TSh. 2189.

bronnthachas x bronntanas, Donl. 214 n. 1 .

bronntóir n m.(2 bronnaid) giver,bestower: b. ¤ brat is each
seolta, Keat. Poems 213. 'na bhrontóir chomhmór, et sun
`such a great bestower', Genealogical History of the O'Reillys
85 31 § 8 .prontóir,ibid.

? bróntig: adj is brudin b. ¤ a[t]chiu, LU 7428 (BDD) =brontaig,
BDD² 1044 v.l.(isin bruidin bróntig, text).