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brúit n f.(Lat.brutus) brute,beast: mac side Druchta in Danair /
b. bruchtada os dabaig deirg, LL 16658 `the brutish foreigner',
RC xlvii 295.8 .a brúti nemliterdhai`unlettered brutes',
Aisl. MC 29.20 .a bhrúid fholamhail (an diabhal)=cruenta bestia,
5 TSh. 7790. a bhrúid gan tsuairceas(to Éire), Keat. Poems
1389.
Compd.ag sanntughadh na brúid-bheatha do chleacht-
adar san Éigipt flesh-pots , TSh. 1572. As second element:
ar ḟinnbhrúid ngil (mhir,v.l.) málla móir, IGT Decl. ex. 610.
10 seanbrúid ar muin dá mhaidi / a sreanglúib dhuibh díllaidi,
660 .

bruited xseebruitid.

brúitemail adj(brúit) brute,brutish: foran anmann mbruid-
emhail . . . forin asal, BNnÉ 10.20 .sech na hainmigib
15brúidemla, PH 7458. is brúideamhuil é=he . . . is brutish,
Prov. xii 1. nádúir . . . ainmhidhe bhrúideamhuil, Mac
Aingil 513 .co bruidimail `savage' (inhabitants of sixth zone
of earth), Ir. Astr. Tr. 140.14 .

brúitemlacht n[ā,f.] (brúitemail):bruidemlacht` brute instinct ',
20 Mackinnon Cat. 43.34 .

1 bruiternach adj o, ā(cf. bruitid) pricking,stinging,irritating:
ni loiscnech na bruiderrnach(of natural heat), Rosa Ang. 56.1 .
da dtobannaibh . . . meidhge bruidearnaighe of stinging whey,
DDánap.384.12 .

25 2 bruiternach n[ā,f.](cf. bruitid)apricking, prickingpain: a
bfuacht ┐ a mbruidearnaigh=in frigore et punctione, 23 K 42,
268.8 .re bruidearnaigh fon easnach, 156.4 .da mbia
bruidearnach a mbél an ghaile, 167.19 .teindus ┐ bruider-
nach isna haeibh, Rosa Ang. 14.2 .teinnes ┐ brudarnach=
30 douleur et pointure(caused by stings of scorpions), O'Gr. Cat.
213.20. As quasi-vn.:mar dobeith snathad ag bruidernuigh
=capita . . . pungitiva instar acuum, Rosa Ang. 306.13 .

bruiternaige n[iā,f.] (1 bruiternach):gan bruiderrnaighi
`withoutthrobbing ', Rosa Ang. 170.20 .

35 bruith vn.ofberbaid(cf. 1 bruth)b. ¤ f. g p. -edh, IGT Decl. § 14
(69.10).
(a) act ofsmelting,forging,refining: fri b. ¤ slabra, LL 4985.
ar b. ¤ glowing ,in a molten state, Dán Dé xxix 31 .
(b) act ofboiling,seething,cooking: caire lulaice lan do
40lemnacht, do b. ¤ do millsen, ZCP xiv 356.1 , Laws ii 254.3 .
in feoil eillgithur is in coire da b. ¤ , 30.15 Comm. roberbi ind
usce am dechaid(readamail docóid, note)a trian sin la b. ¤
`had boiled away', Mon. Tall. 147.9 .oc b. ¤ bíd di feraib
Hérenn, BDD² 1314. iasc . . . cen b. ¤ cen fuine`without
45cooking
', Ériu ii 130 § 99. do b. ¤ (braith,v.l.) chuigni cooking
(one's) portion, IGT Decl. ex. 63. Aedh . . . / dia ndēntar
bracha do b. ¤ malt is brewed, Arch. iii 307 § 18 ( Measgra Uí
Chl. 149 ).Fig. B. B. bruithi baga of incitement of contest,
Rawl. 83a57 .déana mo bh. ¤ / bí ar mo cholainn id chócaire,
50 Dán Dé xxx 10 .do bhás ag bruth m'athtuirsi`thy death
is boiling (up) my grief
', Misc. Celt. Soc. 332.22 .
Compd. ?tri derg charna, ┐ na tri bruith [carnu], ┐ na tri
beo charna three (kinds of) underdone meat . . . well done
meat . . . raw meat
(?), Laws i 48.1 Comm. (see alsos.
55 bruithe.)

bruithe io, iā part.ofberbaid. (a) smelted,refined: . . . do
brondór brúthi, LU 6395 ( TBC² 1880 ).la aithgin arget mb. ¤
`of the silver in bullion', Laws v 396.16 .
(b) boiled,cooked: intan īarom robo b. ¤ in tairr, Corm. Y 825
60(69.19) .sallcarna b. ¤ `boiled salt meat', Laws ii 202.11 .nirbo
bruthe in biad, Thes. ii 339.28 .usce b. ¤ , Sc. M² 1 R. uth bo
bruithi`a boiled cow's udder' (contemptuously of the
Connachta), Ériu v 238.24 . Assubst. bruithi` boiled(meat),'
IT iii 188.2 .na tri bruithi carna .i. adh . . . ┐ molt . . . ┐ muc
65a coiri, Laws v 78.4 Comm. (orleg.as compd. ? See also
s. bruith.)

brúithe xsee1 bruïd.

bruithen n ā,f.(bruth; formed afterruithen, Wortk. 30 )
bruithean f., IGT Decl. § 54. heat,flame: cor tēigh in bith
70da bruithin its (the sun's) rays warmed the earth(at the birth
of Christ), Arch. iii 244 § 15. ar dteacht ó bheol na bruithne
`as He came forth from the fire', PBocht 3.12 .crithri sin a
mbeól bruithne the sparks before the flame, IGT Decl. ex. 1402
(=a beól bhr.1296).bruithean ghréine, Magauran 3084 .ag
75bruithion (sic) ná ag boigṡín`glowing heat nor wet weather',
Ériu ix 163 § 7. gabus tesbach ┐ bruithin an banntracht, xi
198.12 .roḟuilngus bruithin in ratha dīada I suffered the
ardour of divine grace
, ZCP xii 372.6 .

bruithenda adj(bruithen) fiery,glowing: trede goband . . . Gin . . . /
80Bir Brot berthad bruthenda, LL 3462.

bruithid v(bruith) boils,seethes,cooks: is mor bruitheas a
chuithe / gen co bruithi ani berbas(a whirlpool), Anecd. i 12.z
(SCano 403).i talamh bruiter in feoil sin`is cooked', O'Dav.
236. ingar ainm in bid bruiter d'ingein, O'Mulc. 768. Fig.
85 as dúinn fos do bhruithedh ar greidil na croiche é(Christ),
O'Hussey TC 106.3 .
Other applications.da bruitfedh (bruith-,v.l.) ┐ da
tirmochad [an grian] agaid na talman`would parch', Ir. Astr.
Tr. 62.27 .robláthṡnaidh is robruith / . . . in tāthluim(see
táthluib), ZCP v 504 § 4. nó bhruithios an gaile an bíadh
5 nor does the stomach digest food, Mac Aingil 5689 .
Part. gomadh bruithte an fheoil amh` cooked ', Aithd. D.
75.15 .