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85 bruach n o, [n.] (3 brú)a s. bruäch, SR 7942. g. du. dā mbrūäch,
Fianaig. 10.3 . Note alson p. bruaichi, TTebe 1801 .brúach
m., IGT Decl. § 75. brúagh,n s.andd s., ex. 1575 , is a
proscribed form. edge,brink;margin;bank,shore,border:
b. ¤ gl.margo, Sg. 61a11 , Ir. Gl. 947. bonnbach .i. bónd b. ¤ ,
iter bónd ┐ b. ¤ bís, Corm. 22. iall . . . tri bruac[h] (bruan,v.l.)
5na seichi beos ┐ triasan asai`through the border of the hide'
(on a bed) Ériu v 32.30 .re b. ¤ mo phill, O'Gr. Cat. 453.30.
brëo fri brūach`against a (shield-)rim', Ériu xx 192 § 1.
dar brúach ṁbaire, LL 8333 `over the goal' on playing-field,
Táin 773 .a hocht a mb. ¤ dess in adnacthi`eight (lamps) to
10the right of the sepulchre
', ZCP xvii 228.18 .for brúach in
topair, Trip.² 1069. i mbrúch na haband, Fráech 192 .
i mbruuch, 195 .fo brúch a bláth-buird`under the marge of
its . . . bank
', Met. Dinds. iii 260.14 .Bóand do bruinni ar
mbrúich braiss, 30.25 .Loch H. . . . ┐ bruacha arda [ime],
15 Todd Nenn. 116.5 .ferais in tonn frisin m-b. ¤ shore, Mac
Carthy 400.5 .álaind do brúach, do braine(to a stronghold),
Met. Dinds. iii 96.5 .ós brúachaib Carmuin`over the borders
of . . . C.
`, 12.10 .a thaibhgheoir bhruaigh Bhóroimhe
(i.e.Mumha, Notes), O'Hara 1352. flaitheas Bréithne an
20bhrúaigh aoíbhinn, O'R. Poems 1610. a mbarr chleath
bhrúigh bháinṠionna, IGT Decl. ex. 1586. la na mb. ¤ ndub
`day of the Black Borders', Ann. Conn. 1408.14 `the name
of some day of mourning,' FM iv 796.2 note.go gcuirfe an
choir . . . / sruth an chígh ós chionn a bhrúigh will make the
25breast (of the Virgin) overflow
, DDána 31.27 .coiccettal na
ccuach . . . / ar b. ¤ samhraidh, Reeves Ad. 274.21 .co bruac
mbratha till brink of doom, BB 429b15 .dáig ni bráth dar b. ¤ ,
LL 10333 (Táin 2893).
Compds. With nouns:dogniat étaige . . . don bruachoirbir
30bís for duillib na crand(`moss', Mann. and Cust. iii 330 ),
Alex. 613 =brutair, ZCP xxx 126.11 .a Bruachairne(n. loc.),
RC xiv 426 § 46. isin mbruach-deredh` rear' (of army,
troops), Caithr. Thoirdh. 74.28 .go bruaichimlibh B.,
FM vi 2148.9 . With adjj. and adjj. derived from nouns:do chrích
35B. bruachairdi, SG 70.18 .Brí Bruachbrecc(n. pr.), RC
xlvii 292.16 ,cf. Dinds. 126. don abhainn ina buindeadh-
aibh . . . bruachbristeacha, TBC St. 3238. all bruach-dhubh
(tighe ifeirn), TSh. 6182 (in citation).cúirte bruachnochta
`courts stripped bare', O'Gr. Cat. 452.9. a hóis phóigmhilis
40bhruaichtheirc bhláith of her . . . finely-drawn . . . mouth,
Hackett² li 41. Withpart. gorbo bristi . . . bruach-rēbtha
airm, ML² 267.

1 brúach adj(1 brú)having abelly,large-bellied;broad-bosomed:
b. ¤ .i. brú mhór, fear b. ¤ ,etc., O'Cl. lōech . . . ossē brūach
45bēlmar, TBC² 3283.

2 brúach adj(2 brú):bruach .i. elteach`having manyhindsor
does ', P. O'C.

brúachach adj o, ā(bruach):ó brí brúachaig` wide-bordered '
(Gloss.), Met. Dinds. iv 74.6 .

50 ? brúachairecht: ind tuirm gach treasa ar a marbhadh ag bruach-
aireacht`threatened death to them', Ó Bruad. iii 166.10 .

brúachán n(2 brú):bruachán`smallhindordoe ', P. O'C.

? brúachda: adj bruachdha .i. broghdha .i. céimnightheach, O'Cl.
bruachdha .i. broghdha, no mór,ib. bruachdha .i. iomarcach
55` redundant,superfluous,vide broghdha,' P.O'C. bruachdha .i.
mór no mórdha` great,grand,stately, (etc.)vide broghdha ',ib.
la hUnchi mb. ¤ (mbrogda, mbrodga,v.ll.) mbél-chamm` cor-
pulent ' (see1 brúach), Met. Dinds. iii 98.26 .ben b. ¤ maic
Baiscil, iv 72.12 ( Dinds. 142 ).ind Fhind co mbennaib b. ¤ /
60robói i rengaib ro-Chrúachna`with the piercing horns',
iii 374.3 .do brón b. ¤ ` wide-spread ' (Corr.), 370.15 .

brúadar n dream: brionglóid nó aisling, b. ¤ , Eg. Gl. 53.

? bruafad xseebúafad.

brúaid n(cf. bruar) fragments: bruaigh, sligreach, greamann
65` sherds ', Eg. Gl. 102. la corran ind again uáir / ro scé bruaid
(buaid,v.l.) dia tromman trén, ZCP iii 222.16 .

brúaidred: n brostad ┐ bruaidread, ┐ brath-airlech na m-buiden
` smiting ', MR 238.9 .Leg. búaidread?

bruan n=bruar:ar biror ar brúan tur(7 sylls.) `on dry
70fragments
', Gorm. viii y .sinnaigh ima huadha / etait bruana
bolg, IT iii 94.5 (§ 142) .iall inn asai lais tri bruac[h](b. ¤ v.l.
bitorpiece?)na seichi, Ériu v 32 n.21 . ?nī budh b. ¤ (ni ba
buan,v.l.) brinda(rhet.), ZCP viii 104.23 . Seebrisccompds.

bruar n o(disyll.,cf. IT iii 102.4 citedinfra) (cf. bruïd,brúaid,
75 bruan) fragments,bits: b. ¤ ` crumbs,bits, smallparts vide spruar ,'
P. O'C. (see Sc. G. St. ii 29 ).conderna b. ¤ dia cind imon
carraic, Anecd. i 15.7 (SCano 509).ina mbruur, IT iii 102.4
(§ 184) .bid indtechta tria críathar n-atha bar ṁbrúar i.e.
you will be ground to pieces, BDD² 1295. co nderna . . .
80bruara mina menbaigthe da cat[h]barr`bits', CCath. 3632.
iar ndenam briscair bruair dí (sc.scíath), Grail p. 40. 26 =
briscbruar, 891 .go ndernadh briosg b. ¤ de bits and pieces,
TFrag. 74.5 .co mbíd . . . a cnámu ina m-brisc b. ¤ , LB
156b47 . Seebrisccompds.buidithir b. ¤ ndergoir yellow as
85dust of red gold
(of hair), ZCP xiii 282.10 .b. ¤ nó luaithreadh
na gloine bhristear shattered bits(of glass), TSh. 7195. b. ¤
cach bidh`crumbs', Laws iv 354.11 Comm.