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1 broth n(see Bidrag 156 )beard, ear ofcorn: b. ¤ .i. arbhar meas
no toradh` corn,fruit,produce ', P. O'C. b. ¤ gl.arista, Thes.
361.2 . Note also:brutusgl.corimbos,ib. 363.16 , where Stokes
85would read *bruthu,acc. pl.ofb. ¤ , KZ xxxiii 79. enbroth .i.
en usce ┐ b. ¤ arbor,brot(= (ON)brauð,ed.)autem nortmanica
est lingua , Corm. Y 523 , Corm. 18. anbruich .i. an uisci
┐ b. ¤ , Harl. 5280,11 cited Bidrag 156 .leacht Fingin reill a
brotha (: Lotra)` rushes(?),sedge(?)' (Gloss.), Mór M. 268.7 .

2 broth n meat,flesh: `b.' (brat,v.l.) ainm féola, Met. Gl. 17 § 45.
5 b. ¤ ┐ bruith .i. feoil . . . ean bhruith no anbhruith .i. uisge
feola. O'Cl. Fraech 226n . ?ni biadh tacha bruith no bid [ann
co bráth]`want of flesh(?),' Lism.L. p. 305.6. fo bioath (leg.
fó biad) indso ma rosaigh a b. ¤ an rosaig a blas`its broth',
RC xii 86 § 91. an mada cartaighthear a ttigh na bratha
10 meat-shop(?), Luc. Fid. 5021. See1 broth.

3 broth n=1 bruth,bruith:re biad . . . bal na gaile oc a b. ¤
`when boiling ', Laws i 128.2 Comm.

4 broth xsee1 brod.

brothach adj o, ā(1 bruth) boiling,hot: b. ¤ focress inna hucht
15`boiling', Thes. ii 339.4 ( Hy. 4 ).usce b. ¤ usce fuar, LB 228
marg. sup. rofich an fairge ina farrudh den bruth b. ¤ from the
boiling mass
, Anecd. i 65 § 132 (ICM). Med.pláig bólgaige
broithce dianepletar prímgeni Egepti uile of swelling boils,
LB 118a45 . Transfd.Brigit b. ¤ `fervent B.', RC xlvii 306.10 .
20?Subst. sēnsi (sic leg.) combó lemnacht in b. ¤ (=lactis de
aqua, etc.), Vita Br. 26 `its contents', Ir. Hist. Stud. i 127.
Perh.adj. inbrothach.
Seebruthach.

brothad n(brath-)u,m.Greene, Ériu xxi 26 § 2 distinguishes
25 brathad,brafad q.v.as separate semantic development of
brothad.
Unit or small division of time; vaguely, a short space of
time,moment.See O'Donovan, The Ancient Division of
Time, MR 332 f .:niba aimser bid b. ¤ gl.de . . . momentis,
30 Wb. 25b26 .cid b. ¤ ni biat fo mám inna culechgl.momentum,
Ml. 134d2 .ní cuit broto acht is dugrésgl.ad momentum,
32d10 .coic brotu deac`fifteen moments', 16c10 .alarann
deac brotto`the twelfth part of a moment', Thes. ii 13.29 .di
huáir deac ┐ IIII brottae, 10.47 .da se bratta . . . / da sé
35phairt 'na n-irchomair, SR 175. tri xxit brata ar .ix. c.aib
hi llaithiu, Ériu xxi 131.23 .b. ¤ = Lat.momentum= 90
seconds , 132 n.3 .is amlaid so fodhailter in aimsear . . . .i. o
adam in ostint, a h-ostint i mbratha,etc., MR 108.2 .ostint
co leith i m-brátha, bratha ┐ dá trian bratha i pars, 8, 9 .

40 brothairne n io(brothar). See O'Rahilly, Sc. G. St. iii 68.
a (single)hair,fibre,thread: b. ¤ .i. fionnfadh, ruainne, no ribe,
O'Cl.fer cech broithirne fil fort chasail, Trip.² 1347 =brot-
airne (.i. cach róinne), Arch. iii 22.13 .morfessiur cecha
brodhirne dom chassul, Thr. Hom. 38.7 .finna a brothirni
45inn étaig, SR 7644. ro iurtha mac secht ṁbliadan di cec
mbrothairniu, LL 33437. b. ¤ do t' étach, PH 1429. brotairne
beg da etach`a small hair from his raiment', Lism. L. 991.
Arch. iii 22.13 .

brothal n[o,m.] (1 bruthor3 broth)brothall` heat,warmth,
50 sultriness ', P. O'C. do chrú fhoghlach innse Eachaidh / bímse
i mbrothul (mbruthall, mbrothull,v.ll.)`for the . . . race of
E.'s Island I with zeal am boiling
', Ó Bruad. ii 80.12 .lucht
béarla ┐ brothaill`upstarts', iii 198.2 .

brothalach adj[o, ā] (brothal):bunnsaig bh. ¤ fola ┐ feóla glowing
55rods of flesh and blood
, ZCP v 207.36 (Midn. Court).

brothar n(1 broth?) hair,fur: brothor na brothraigi, Trip.² 772.
Seebrutairunderbruachcompds.
Compds. With nouns:mogaid . . . cona mbrotharcertib
boc-brechtāin`hairy rags of soft custard', Aisl. MC 91.8 .cona
60mbrotharlúmnib brothracháin`hairy cloaks',ib.With adj.:
in t-íchdar brothurluibnech biastaide dofil léo fo uísgib
`hairy-clawed . . . lower part' (descr. of mermaids), Dinds. 42.
Seebruchir.

brothchán n o,m.(brothach)broth,pottage,soup,gruel: b. ¤ as
65chóir duib ní bíad bes [so]nairt, Wb. 33c15 .is bó bias
úaimse fria b. ¤ , Ir. Texts i 35.29 .atcota brothcain (brochan,
v.l.) bithnert, Anecd. iii 12.14 `pottage begets lasting strength',
RC xlv 65 § 45. co tothlugud m-brothc[h]āin .i. sengroith
`to the appetite of pottage—stale curds', Aisl. MC 99.18 .
70 beirbid in brocdan, BB 236b5 .iter brothcan ┐ ass ┐ arbhar(a
monk's refection), BNnÉ 300 § 3. dorónadh brochán aísi dí
agum-sa a life-giving broth, Mer. Uil.² 263. bo do-sum . . . lia
brotchan`a cow . . . together with her pottage', Ériu v 34.21 .
Legal:ingert bruthcán`preparing medicine', Laws i 268.5 .
75 bo brothcain a cow (with milk ?) for pottage, v 260.4 .i. bo bis
ac frestal duine galair, 14 Comm. losa brochain cacha muige
`pot-herbs of every plain', 486.13 .

brothgal xseebruthgal.

brothlach n oandā,f.(2 broth?3 broth?) cave,hollow,pit, esp.
80 cooking-pit: b. ¤ .i. poll, no ionadh in a mbearbhthar feoil a
ttalmhain, O'Cl. brothloch(brúthloch) `a boiling pit', P. O'C.
cliath, ochd, b. ¤ , brollach, Eg. Gl. 122. ilar ṁb. na mbled
ṁberg pits(in Hell), SR 897. ferba (.i. bó,H) brachtchi (.i.
methi,ib.) brothlochi(rhet.), LU 8886 ( FB 68 ).le co ndernai
85brothlaig foraib, Dinds. 157. nó co dáilfed brothlaig mbáis /
for a slóg`he would dispense a mess of death',
Met. Dinds. iii 452.41 . Legal:leba an brothlaigh atceas . . . ┐ cinnti conad í
gait in fir, O'C. 2421 ( Eg. 88,33b ).ní ac a mbi laith techta no
caire brothlaighi, O'C. 2448 ( Eg. 88,36b ). SeeS 239.53.
Inn. loc.:ar lár Tiprat Brothlaigi, LL 28748. See Hog.
5Onom. 634.