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brúd n[u,m.] orig.bruüd,vn.ofbruïd. Laterbrugad. In
80phrases somet. treated asn., see below.act ofbreaking,
poundingin pieces,crushing;destroying;subduing;breaking,
destruction;bruise: a bruitheagl.infirmitate(ref. also toid
quod contritum est, amisa soliditate,etc.)of its crushing, Ml.
34a26 .a chomtuarcan .i. . . . a bruud, 27 .brúghadh, Eg.
85Gl. 56. díles n-indles n-airide do brúud liability or immunity
for breaking a bed
, Críth Gabl. 227. bruud gine(one of Cú
Chulainn's feats), LU 5972 =brúud g., TBC 2112 (bruth
n-gene,v.l.).brud ngeme, LU 10342 =brud ngeunai(no
gemi), ZCP iii 255.13 .bruth ngéine, LU 9290. Ériu iv 30 § 20.
is b. ¤ (sc.hell), LU 2452 , RC iv 254.10 cen cnaim da cnamaib
5do brud no do brisiud, BB 240a24 .comairt ┐ brúdh ┐ brisedh,
CCath. 3619. ni raibhi . . . bord gan brughud(of ship in
storm), CF 48. cen brughadh ┐ cin minughudh, St. Ercuil
1354. cin brú, 414 .b. ¤ Banba (bru, brug,v.ll.)`the subduing
of B.
', Met. Dinds. iii 200.15 .drecon bruthmar bruithi elta
10 who crushes (warrior-)hordes, IT iii 32 § 4 , Bruchst. 10 § 13.
ord . . . bruiti bidbad eside, Aen. 1774. ?ardrí Alpan art
arand bag barand brúthi bairend, Arch. Hib. ii 55 § 20. in
cethrinn uile gud brudh(=comprimere, Gloss.),
Smaointe B. Chr. 1773. co tarngaire co brud, gell iar mbrud`by a promise
15till they break, and a pledge after breaking
', Laws iii 14.14 .
bruud n-immais .i. scailid immad roḟessa do chách, LL 24412
`diffusing knowledge', RC xxvi 22 § 63. cneadha, ┐ brúighte
=bruises, Is. i 6. gen brugh mberga destruction(?),
Arch. iii 297 § 55. feoil . . . arna brugh ┐ arna cognumh co maith
20(=benè trita, n.4), Rosa Ang. 104.6 .mo ghreim gan
bhrúghadh am bhrághaid`my bit, without being chewed',
Tribes of Irel. 74.8 .uighi arna mbrugh trina ceile, maille
baindi beaten up together, Rosa Ang. 154.7 .bilar do brugad
tré bárr bláthaigi, O'Gr. Cat. 179.4.
25Gramm.in bruudh fillti fogurda forbriste . . . otha in ain-
miudh n-uathaid co foxlaid n-ilair` articulation ' (Gloss.),
Auraic. 905.

brúdine n pl.(brot):do tocbatar amal b. ¤ a n-artraige they raised
their vessels like
spikes , Ann. Conn. 1235.12 . Seebruitne.

30 ? brued x(B. na f.) seeesgolta,E 197.18.

brug xseebruig.

1 bruga xsee1 broga.

2 bruga xsee1 brod.

3 bruga xseebriugu.

35 brugach adj o, ā(bruig) rich in lands(?): dicetal do cennaib . . .
do mughu muir mothach mbrughach, LL 393a1 .Mess
Raida in brugaid b. ¤ , Rawl. 82b34 .o mhuigh . . . bileach
braíneach . . . b. ¤ , IT iii 98 § 159. fácbaid in tír trén-b. ¤ `he
leaves the land of strong keeps
' (?), Met. Dinds. iii 210.22 .
40See1 brogach.

brugachus n(briugu,bruig. Perh. 2 derivv. in exx., first fr.
briuguand second fr.bruig) function, duty of a briugu;
hospitality: brugaid ar b. ¤ (rhet.), LU 8483 ( FB 33 ). SG
257.34 .saoí suadhamhail i nealadhain ┐ hi mbrughachus
45` agriculture ', FM v 1662.22 .

brugad xseebrúd.

brugaid xseebriugu.

brugaide n(briugu):dá derbráthair: tocad ┐ b. ¤ hospitality ,
Triads 134 .

50 brugaidecht n=brugaide:brugaidh ar b. ¤ , Tec. Corm. p. 2 ,
note 1.ba brugaid ar b. ¤ (brughachus,v.l.), CF 73.27 .

brugamnus n=brugachus:ba brugaid ar b. ¤ `a landholder for
the land he held
', Hib. Min. 65 § 3. a brugamnos (brugh-
amhus,v.l.)`her hospitality ', Ériu iv 148.5 .

55 brugas xseebriugas.

? brugridither n(cf. bruig,bruigred):gell fri fiach ṁb. brugib
`bei Ausdehnung von Ländereien', ZCP xv 314 § 8.

brugthaid n(cf. brogad?):tancatar . . . / cethri b. ¤ `the four
thanes ', Met. Dinds. iii 70.23 .

60 bruguinech (adj cf. brógainech):a bethbhe bhinech brocach
bruguinec(rhet.), BLism. 175a5 .

? 1 bruiche: ind at íat bágaig b. ¤ (of horses), LL 24862.

2 bruiche xseebrucha.

brúichnech adj[o, ā]:mulleóir már b. ¤ grainne, RC ix 482.17
65(ICM).muilleoir . . . bruichnech,etc.` surly(?),' xiv 52 § 62
(Imram Ua Corra).muilleoir bruithneach, Anecd. i 59 § 71
(ICM) (bruichnech,v.l.). ?brëo fri brūach, bruithnech
(bruich-,MS.) bedg, Ériu xx 192 § 1. Cf. 2 bruidnech?

bruichrech adj(-ú-?)o, ā:cechaing thondaig tresaigh maghain
70mongaigh rónaigh / rolaind bedhgaigh bruichrich(of sea),
ZCP viii 197.10 .

bruicnech: n b. ¤ bruic`badger's brood', K. and H. 16 ` badger-
cubs(?),' Murphy Lyrics, Gloss. Seebroic(th)enach.

1 bruïd vlaterbrúidid,bruigid,brugaid.pres. ind. 3 s. bruid
75(disyll.), LU 3632 ( SC 31 ).bruït[h], Lg.² 2 (43.16) (see
Celtica vi 222 n.1 ).pret. 3 s. breuis(mbruais,bruis,v.ll.)
(disyll.), Fél. Apr. 4.
Breaksin pieces,smashes,crushes: ronbris, ronbrúi,
O'Mulc. 830 g .ro brúithea (-bruithe, -bruitib,v.ll.) i ndálaib
80`they have been crushed', Fél. Prol. 35. corodṁbroe rí betha
bailcc, SR 5469 (see VSR 28 ).co mbruet (sc.gaetha) na
fidbada, 8123 .lāignib lethnaib, buidnib / bruuis crīcha
Carmain he vanquished, Corp. Gen. 3.13 . Ält Ir. Dicht. i
41 § 27 .brūis srābu sīl Cuind, Corp. Gen. 9.8 , Ält. Ir. Dicht.
85 i 18 § 17. brūsius(rhet.) `he crushed them' (Notes), Fing. R.
458. brútir a gai ┐ bristir a sciath, LU 8876 ( FB 67 ).guro
brúdh ┐ guro minaiged a cnáma, Mer. Uil.² 34. nos cerband
┐ nos bruend iat, LU 8881 =nos bruigend, FB 67 (Eg.).
bruastar buidhne branendai, KZ xxxiii 83.11 .bruifet tria
asna a tháeib, LL 8670 (TBC) =brisfidh, TBC St. 1158.
5 Cnogba . . . / nísbrúa sár snomda slúag`does not wreck it',
Met. Dinds. iii 50.26 .rosbrúi B. . . . / a oenur tria immargail,
390.57 .cen chleith mbratha rodusbrú (: fothu), iv 194.15 .
bruidfithí a catrachai, Alex. 231 =brufidhi, ZCP xxx 113.
noberad buaidh o Grecaib ┐ ro bruifedh foraibh, BB 422b13
10(TTr.).ro buail ┐ ro bruidh ┐ ro basaidh . . . iat`bruised',
St. Ercuil 471. bruigid ┐ brissid muru na tond frisna halltaib
`dashed . . . the walls of the waves against the cliffs', Aen. 228.
lomarsat na bolga din chruib ┐ nos-bruiddís cona nguilbnib
frisna clocho, RC x 76.4 .bíodh go mbrúighfeá amadán a
15moirtéul=though thou shouldst bray a fool in a mortar,
Prov. xxvii 22. gur brúghadh . . . na cléirigh leo`bruised . . .
the clerics
', Keat. iii 1430. brúittear é(=conteritur, Job
xiv 2 ), TSh. 7590. bruar cach bidh do . . . no cuma lais cidh
bedh bruidhes no do meala`whatever he crunches' (recte),
20 Laws iv 354.12 Comm. ar son co mbrūidthear . . . a ngaili
=stomachi compressionem, RSláinte 4334.
Transfd.dideirn (.i. dot gráin) bródeirg brufitir(rhet.),
LU 10388. ro bruitis ┐ ro gonais cride ┐ menmain do ban-
chumale, LB 233a58 .ro bruiset baig ┐ brethir / i cend demuin
25teithmir thruaig, LL 364 marg. sup.2.ná b(h)rúigh an
trúaghán=neither oppress the afflicted, Prov. xxii 22.
Intrans.gur bhrúghsad croinn a shleagh fá a dhornaibh
`the shafts of his spears broke', CRR² 21.
part. a lestarṁbruithi `broken vessel', Lism. L. p. 324.31 .
30 giolcach brúite, Is. xlii 3. na dáoine agá bhfuilid croidhthe
brisde brúidhti=thebroken-hearted , Lk. iv 18. fuil Bh. nár
bhrúidhte roimh bhíodhbhaidh, Keat. Poems 901. Cf.
breóite.
Vn. brúd.