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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 .

brúidid xseebruïd.

bruidne xseebruitne.

15 1 bruidnech adj o, ā(1 bruiden) pertaining to, resembling a bruiden
orhostel: aboll ubull, mār a rath, / mbruighnech mbras`like
a hostel
', K. and H. 14. an fhuinn Olltaigh bhronntaigh
bhruighnigh, Keat. Poems 892. fá chenn Lochlainn lios-
bruidhnig, Caithr. Thoirdh. 59.7 .

20 2 bruidnech adj(2 bruiden)given tofighting,quarrelsome: ní bhead
fíochda bruighneach beódha, Hackett xxvi 38 .feargach,
brúighneach, Donl. ix 27.

bruidnechas n(2 bruidnech):do cuala se daine ag bruighnechus
re celi` quarrelling ', BCC 264.

25 bruig n i,m.mid. Ir. form ofmruig. Alsobrug. Noten p.
-brugai(:lubai), SR 4664. brugh,m. g s..n p. brogha,bragha,
g p. brogh,bragh,brugh, IGT Decl. § 29.
(a) land,cultivatedland;holding: brúighe .i. fearainn, O'Cl.
for b. ¤ bethad (so MS.) ce, SR 1886. rí robennach b. ¤ reid
30ṁblaith / Pardus . . ., 965 .brugi bláthi, 477 .siridh . . .
brughe parrthais=terram paradiso similem, Lat. Lives 109
§ 106 .i mbrugib ríchid, LU 2475. Iafēth . . . rannais b. ¤ /
betha buain shared the earth, Corp. Gen. 7.6 .in brug dar
búadaib (sc.Cnogba), Met. Dinds. iii 42.20 .ba bán ar bruid,
35 iv 178.77 (brug,v.l.).b. ¤ i cuirter ith`land in which corn is
sown
', Laws v 220.12 Comm. mbrugricht . . . racht mbroga
son, iv 124.10 .dar cach mbrug do taet, 212.33 (m(b)ru[i]g,
Coibnes 10)..x. mbruig[i] (.i. fotirbé .i. tíre) holdings(?),
Ériu ii 3.10 .formna fer-tlachtmara . . . cacha bruighe`the . . .
40surface of every farm
', MR 102.1 .tar in mbrugh a mbatar
[na laeigh], Lism. L. 1964. a m-proccaibh nicota proc`in the
lands there is no land
' (result of wintry weather), RC xi 130.20 .
brug treb dian iach (díchetal do chennaib), LL 393a1 .
ó bruidhi co bruidhi`from land to land,` SG 80.12 .tri
45bruige rig, rot, ┐ dirainn, ┐ muir` commons ', Laws iv 194.12
Comm. agonia.i. brug no athge, Gild. Lor. 45.
g s.in vague attrib. use:fail ann mór ṁbíle ṁbroga
(: imthoga), SR 505. aenanma ogaim adbulbrogha uaid-
leathain, IT iii 90 § 118. o ro gab súan síthbroga, LU 3571
50( SC 29 ).do thogu-sa brugh bragha, ZCP viii 226 § 11.
(b) region,district,border: co brugib Bersabé, LB 130a39 .
eirr broga Murthemni(rhet.), LL 14233. bruigi cairrgeacha . . .
na Teibi, TTebe 835 . ?bennacht for cech nindbas gignes for
a mbrugaib (brigaib, MS.) ` marches ', Thr. Hom. 32.25 .dar
55mara ṁbrug(rhet.), LL 37010. ar brugh mbarc over the
region of barks (the sea
), A. Ó Dálaigh lv 21.
(c) (farm-)house;abode,hall,mansion,castle: do dhíon bó,
[do] bhroghaibh farms(?), DDána 98.25 .brugh slatac[h]
fuinneogach(of a castle), 119.16 .pailís bríoghmhar as
60bhláith brugh of fair halls, 38 .i mbrugh Ifrinn, Dán Dé v 40 .
do shúil re brugh na mbeannocht`the Mansion of Blessings'
(Heaven), Studies 1920, 569 § 26 .brugh ordha ina thimceall
gan mullach fair`palace', BNnÉ 292 § 8 =domum, V.SS.
Hib. i 172.19 .broghadha sreath-āille solus-ghlana, ML²
65 1071. brugh .i. baile, O'Cl. gur loiscc a mbruigh ┐ a mbailte
`their farm-houses', FM iv 666.13 .
Innn. loc. cf. riambuidnib broga Bretan SR 2374 `territory of the Britons of Strathclyde (and Cumbria)', Ériu xvi 106 (see also RC vi 98 ). (see Hog. Onom. brug ) particularly ofearly
monumental sites. isin Brug, LU 2901. ingen Gúari a
Bruig Meic ind Óc, 2927 .ro ráidseom . . . cena adnacul issin
70Brug . . . ro adnacht issin Bruig, 4059 , 4060 .ro gniset fir
Herend Sid in Broga, LL 1107 (Leb. Gab.).rí in Braga
bricc, Ériu vii 220 § 9.
Compds. With adjj.Fir Bolcc bruig-binn, Leb. Gab. 128.3 .
for Banba bruighfind, 176.7 . With noun.bruigḟear .i. fer ag
75a mbi brug feoir, Laws v 80.9 Comm. Seemruigcompds.
With verb.airm a mbruigtrebsat na mairb .i. airm baile,
no inadh, inar trebsat mairb, O'C. 430 (H. 3.18, 233b). See
bruigrecht,bruigred.

bruigéisech xseebuirgéisech.

80 brúigid xseebruïd.

1 bruignech,bruignechas xseebruidnech,bruidnechas.

2 bruignech adj(1 or2 bruiden?):bidh maith ag Dia b. ¤ clann
`good in God's sight will be the noisy (?)offspring', BNnÉ
171 § 12 .

85 bruigrecht nearlier formmruig-, seeM 177.37. land law ,
see Críth Gabl. p. 100 :iss é in(n)sin im[m]athoing smachtu
m(b)ruigrechta who compurgates for breaches of land law,
Críth Gabl. 38 ( Laws iv 300.14 ).in athgabail bruigrechta,
O'D. 1564 (H. 5.15, 3b) = O'C. 512 (H. 3.18, 259).aurbaide
mbruigriuchta, LB 204b51 ( Anecd. iii 22.10 ).