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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 .

bruithida n(1 bruth+idu) itch,scabies: an bruithidha, 23 K 42,
358.z. sugh na luibhe si (an scabiosa) do chumuilt don
10bruithidhain, 351.20 .don charraighe ┐ don bruitidhain,
353.20 .

bruithne n(1 bruth):claidemi mbadar .x. mbruithṅi iaraind
aitlegta molten charges(?), BB 433b36 .céd b. ¤ do dherg-ór
`a hundred ingots of red gold', Ériu viii 139.19 .Goibnenn nírbo
15baeth b. ¤ (bruinnde (?),ed., a bruidne,v.l.) / Luichne saer in
cerd Creidne`G., nicht war er einfältig, ein Schmelzer', ZCP
xiv 177.1 ;cf. b. ¤ .i. bruithneoir .i. fear bhois ag bearbhadh no
ag leaghadh óir no airgid no m[i]otal, O'Cl. ceardcha [ar] tí
b. ¤ `ready to blaze forth', Aithd. D. 62.4 .

20 bruithned n(bruithne)act ofheating;scorching;smelting: go
mbí bruithneadh innte it (the south wind) is hot, TSh. 10726.
ag bruithneadh an óir`torefine ', Keat. ii 1911. ag aol-
losgadh na hanma, dá bruithneadh ┐ dá beó-ghoradh, 1857 .

bruithneóir n m.(cf. bruithen,bruithne) smelter: nir baoth . . .
25an bruithneoir ag bruith tinneadh ┐ caor i cceardcha é
(Goibnenn), Leb. Gab. 160 note 1 ; see O'Cl. citeds. bruithne.

bruithte xseebruithid.

bruitid v(brot) goads,pricks: ro bruitis . . . cride . . . do ban-
chumaile, LB 233a57 .
30 Vn. bruited:bruideadh, Eg. Gl. 69. co bruitiud brot
by goading(?), FM ii 636.5 .bruideadh neamhdha nó
smuaineadh diadha a heavenly stimulus, Mac Aingil 810 .
bruideadh meanmann, GJ iv 17b13 . Seebrotad.

brúitide adj(brúit):torathair balba bruididi` brute monsters',
35 TTebe 1612 .

bruītigid v=bruitid:do dech Derdriu fair, . . . ┐ dobruidigh
Naisi (dochuir a cceill do N. é,v.l.)` nudged(?),' IT ii2139.2 .
geiri lenna ruaid . . . bruidigi se he`it irritates him', Rosa
Ang. 12.18 .
40 Vn. ōnabruidinguddōib from his being pierced by them,
ZCP v 497.20 .

bruitin: n airem maigni muccin / . . . / éttrom laís in brutin /
rotrom lais in cecht, IT iii 83 § 68 (dimin. ofbrattorbrot,
see Murphy Metrics 65 § 62 ).

45 bruitinech n ā,f.(cf. bruithid)eruption ofpustuleson theskin,
measles: ō bolgaid ┐ ō bruithīnidh=morbilli, RSláinte 9588.
bolgach ┐ . . . bruitíneach, 23 K 42,272.11 . O'Gr. Cat. 241.12.
Rosa Ang. 26.8 .baindida na bruitinighi`pustules . . . of
measles
', 310.6 . Seebruithtíneach, Dinn.

50 bruitiugad xseebruitigid.

bruitne n(brot) goad,point,spike: b. ¤ di dergór ina láim,
dia taircellad a eochu goad, LU 9278 , 10236 .b. ¤ uaine
áondatha spikes(of adiadem), Celt. Rev. ii 220.11 .in
bruidne ro chuindig in bannscal forsa mbói rith fola appar.
55 hook(for lacings of a mantle), LB 148a38 (Luke viii 44).
Cf. brúdine,bruitín.

brúmar adj[o, ā] (3 brú):cenand b. ¤ co mbrúaib duba dorchaide
(ech) heavy-browed , LL 13909.

brus x sprus(see O'Rahilly, Sc. G. St. ii 29 ). In compd.
60 bulbing brusgarbán, Aisl. MC 87.22 `a loaf made of the
leavings of coarse meal
', O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 200 § 35.

bruscán nIn compd.tre ghruaim na dtréadbh. of the rabble-
hosts
(of Saxons), Hackett xix 29 . Seebroscurand next
article.

65 bruscar n(on quantity of -u- see Stud. Celt. v 90 ) fragments,
bits;refuse: do fhóbrus go ndéanuinn briosg brúsgar . . . dot
fhiacluibh I was near smashing your jaw, PCT 242. brusgar
tíghe Fhinn` crumbs ', Oss. iv 34.3 .
Med. scurfon theskin ,G 24.75.
70Compd.brusgarshluagh na Breatan Móire` rabble-rout ',
Keat. i 56.49 .
Cf. broscur.

? brút n(= We.brut`chronicle',Meyer,Academy xli 233,
1892 ):Hua Duind . . . / ro chren a berla cach ṁbrúit (: chóic)
75 history , LL 4424.

brutair xseebrothar.

brutarnach xsee2 bruiternach.

1 bruth n u,m.(berbaid), appar. alsoo,m., IT ii1179.14 cited
below.b. ¤ m.,g s. n p. brotha,g p. bruth,broth, IGT Decl. § 72.
80 I (a) raging, violent or boiling heat;blaze, (fiery)glow: b. ¤ a
bruto, O'Mulc. 174. [a] feruore .i. ō b. ¤ , 492 .b. ¤ , SR 879.
b. ¤ brátha fire of doom(of Loegaire), LU 8609 ( FB 46 ).rob.
in teined`intense heat' (Gloss.), MU² 872. b. ¤ feda dair úr
`fiercest heat given of all timber,etc.', SG 245.22 .b. ¤ na tente
85`glow', CCath. 1695. robruth aeóir`intense heat' (of sultry
weather), FM v 1626.5 . SeeL 154.9.
(b) heat,anger,fury,excitement;fervour,vehemence,valour:
a b. ¤ .i. a gaisgi[d]` valour ', O'Dav. 197. ánbreo co ṁb. athre
`with the Fathers' fervor', Fél. Oct. 21. b. ¤ ┐ gním ruireach
lais`ardor' (Gloss.), BDD² 996. do dibdúd a brotha to calm
5down his rage
, LU 3794 ( SC 36 ).toirind fri head do brotha
(: clocha)`abate for a time thy furies', RC xxiii 414.11 .b. ¤ .i.
tarráng, ut est combruth fri tarb .i. com-[tharrang] fri tarb,
etc., O'Dav. 234. ār (= ōr, ed.) bī b. ¤ d'echaib ríg R. `when
the steeds . . . were aglow
', Fianaig. 48 § 20. b. ¤ na gona the
10smart of the wound
, St. Ercuil 1332. gríos ḟeirge as uaibhrighe
b. ¤ , DDána 108.7 .b. ¤ ┐ comhairle ardent desire, ZCP x 410.1 .
Attrib.g s. trīa brīgṁbrotha with fiery strength, ZCP iii 19 § 9.
(c)Med.teilc b. ¤ is tart`throw off fever and thrist', Thes. ii
258.12 .donít sin b. ¤ mor=excitat pruritum, Rosa Ang. 306.
15 20 .a nagaidh . . . brotha na sliasadh` eruption ', Reg. San.
30 xxvii .bruth=uitiligines, 23 K 42,35.22 .
(d) Hence (?) transfd.napofcloth (see Dinn.):do bh. ¤ beacht
`nap' (Gloss.) (to an old cloak), Hackett² xxxi 19. Fig.(?)
seeS 298.49.
20 II (a) (glowing)mass,lump;chargeofmetal: b. ¤ n-óir .i.
maiss n-óir, Rawl. B 512,11b2 cited Meyer Contribb. 279.
b. ¤ oir, Thes. ii 310.25 .b. ¤ .i. cáor óir no iarainn. cloidheamh
seacht mbrotha .i. seacht gcáor, O'Cl. claideb .vii. ṁbrotha,
TBC² 3287. amal bruthu tentidi, LU 2148 ( FA 21 ).b. ¤ romor
25isin tenchoir, 1878 .tri bruith iaraind, IT ii1179.14, 16 (leg.
bruithne?).B., b. ¤ óir ḟorlan`the abundant mass of gold',
Fél. Jan. 24. Brighid bān balc brud (.i. ōr) brona(B. na f.),
ZCP v 490 § 16.
(b) aboiling,brewing(=measureofale): dabach in roimmdeltar
30b. ¤ , Críth Gabl. 175. cét mbrothe . . . de lind, LU
10136. ZCP iii 230.5 .sǣrbrud i mberbthar bunad cach sofis,
Anecd. v 26.11 . ?asbert Cormac: Mainech neim naiscid
Nere naidm coir (coiri,v.l.) combrothaib, IT iii 202.1 .
Compds. With nouns and adj. derived from noun:co
35mbruthbūad, Otia ii 83 § 8 .bruthgháir beannacht(greeting
to a friend), Hackett² xxi 1. bruithshéis taidhiúir . . . a téad
fervent strain, Hackett² xxii 3. bruth-thenntech, Br(uss).
2324,67v `of fiery glow' (cited Plummer MS. notes). With
part. for na múraib . . .bruth-loscthi (in hell), PH 8301. See
40 bruthdamnae,bruthgal.
Seebrag,bruith.