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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.

35 2 bruïd v(? special use of1 bruïd)expld. asforgets. In foll.
perh.suppresses,turns down;overturns: ní brúifem (brudfe,
v.l.) an núallsa`we will not forget to acclaim them', Fél. Prol.
304. ni bruifem .i. ni dermatfam brui .i. dermat ut est . . . ni
bruifem anuallsa, Thr. Ir. Gl. 127. brudh .i. dermut: ut
40est [ní] bruidhfe[m] in [n]uallsa, O'Dav. 256. bruis .i. soais,
ut est fath bruis a ainm, 248 =fáth bris a ainm, Ériu
xiii 41.8 .

? bruidem: n bruidhem im a cuirm` boasting ', Laws v 358.4 =
bruigaid,ibid.note.

45 1 bruiden n ā,f. bruidhean(rit ┐ ón tigh) (o dha chéill,v.l.)f.,
IGT Decl. § 54 (see2 b.).
(a) hostel, largebanqueting-hall;house,mansion(also of
similar hall in otherworld, O'Rahilly, E. Ir. Hist. and Myth.
121 f .):bithobéle trá in b. ¤ is aire asberthea bruden di ar is
50cosmail fri beólu fir oc cor bruidne.nobruden .i. bruthen .i.
en bruthe inte, LU 6997 ( BDD 64 ).is [s]í sin (i.e.B. Meic
Dathó) in chōiced bruiden ro-boī i nHērinn . . . ┐ bruden
Da-Derg . . . ┐ bruden Ḟorgaill Manaich ┐ bruden Me[i]c
Da-Rēo . . . ┐ bruden Da-Choca, Sc. M² 1. se Bruidni Erenn
55. . . / Bruidin Da Berga . . . / Bruden Mic da tho . . . / Bruden
Da Coga . . . / Bruden mic Cecht da reo n-ard . . . / Bruden Blai
briughaidh . . . / Bruden Forgaill Mhanach, RC xxi 396 § 31
(see O'Rahillyloc. cit.).Maicne nAlim arme aichirburi
bruid[n]e Deirgg, O'Mulc. 606. luid C. . . . isin mBruidin,
60 BDD² 524. dorus na Bruidhne, 536 .co fintaís a n-esbada
oc brudin, LU 7035 ( BDD 67 ).drumne d'ór milib molta
bruidni berga, LL 6447 ( RC xxxvi 262 § 1 ).Dardain bruidne
Daberga, YBL 125b21 .bás ríg na llaech 'sin Brudin / la
Iṅcél caech, MacCarthy 196 § 1 .i n-iarthar Midi im Bruidin
65Da Choca .i. brugaidh, Geneal. Tracts 163 § 124. co B. mc.
Dareo, 123 § 3 .buaile donn narodluigheadh / bruighean
donn ┐ tenedh, IT iii 85 § 81. amal chíaig do rigbrudin, LU
6476 (TBC).for coi ceithre sliged no bid nach b. ¤ ,
RC xxi 314 § 31 (B. Da Chocae).secht ndoruis isin bruidin, Sc. M²
70 1 .ós blai bruidhne, Acall. 454. SG 104.8 .d'ionnsaighidh
ná bruighne`to attack the court', ML 52.33 .ba b. ¤ ban
ndérach ndocht`thou shalt be a lodging of tearful . . . women',
Met. Dinds. iii 96.19 .san bhruidhin ós Bhreaghmhuigh`in
the castle
', PBocht 10.15 .bruidhean ḟuar na ndrithleann
75ndearg (Ifreann), DDána 31.3 .'san mbruidhin sin, Keat.
Poems 1484. bruidhean bíatuigh, IGT Decl. ex. 814. tiad
do bhruidhin . . . M. make submission to M., DDána 85.49
(seeT 95.77). ?cobrath ṁbrudin, SR 931 (2 b.?).
In `togla' group of tales (see Heldensage 21f.):na
80toghla . . . Togail Bruidne Da Derga, Togail Bruidne Da
Choga, Togail Bruidne Belcon Breifne, Togail Bruidne Dáthi,
Anecd. ii 44 § 5. B. da Cocæ in scel sin anuas, RC xxi 394 § 72.
See also2 b.
Common innn. loc., see Hog. Onom. B. (grouped under
85 Dinnogam), Auraic. 5688.

2 bruiden n(perh. late use of1 b.) fight,contest,quarrel: Bruigen
Seinbic(title), H.3.18,60a22 =Comracc Conchulaind re
senbecc, RC vi 182.31 .lūaithiu bruidin Bō Cuailngi(rhet.),
Arch. iii 5.18 .indissit in bruigen do thabairt ┐ ár na Féine
do thabairt ann, Acall. 3402. nírbo borg báeth ar bruidin
5(bruighin,bruic̅c̅,v.ll.) `it was a castle not foolish and brawl-
ing
', Met. Dinds. i 32.2 ,cf. Goibnend nir baeth bruidne,
LL 1234 (Leb. Gab.).D. . . . do mharbadh a m-bruighin le
cuid dh'á cined fén, AU iii 564.27 .gi bé bruidhean 'na mbí C.
`fight', TD 29.5 .ar dtosughadh bruighne . . . do na Híud-
10aighthibh= assault , Acts xiv 5 .i bhfeidhmibh bruighne
` strife ' (Gloss.), Keat. Poems 734. bruighin,bualadh=
`quarrels', Donl. 172.2 .