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1 búalad uando,m. vn.ofbúailid.búaladh m. g s. n p.
-l(a)idh,-ilte,-lta, IGT Decl. § 48. act ofstriking,beating;
75 attacking,fighting;beating,blow,stroke;attack: pluic thentide
ina llámaib ocá mb. ¤ ina cend, LU 2183 ( FA 26 ).do thetarr-
achtain a chind do b. ¤ , Táin 3301 .do-t shroigled . . . ┐ do-t
bualad ┐ do-t brissed, PH 2850. bualadh Tairrdelbaig . . .
do drem dia muíndtir fen, RC xviii 35.25 (Tig.).bachlaig dá
80bualad, mar bidbaid`smiting him in enmity', Stud. Hib. iv
(1964) 63 § 15 .do linadh . . . do bhristibh ┐ do bhualtaibh=
livoribus(Gloss.), Smaointe B. Chr. 3812. buailte dearga ar
a croiceann red spots, 23 K 42,166.9 .
In phr.idir mharbhadh ┐ bualadh between dead and
85wounded
, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 43.1 .
Other applications:do badar [na heoin] ag bualad a
n-eiteagh`beating their wings', Ériu iii 160 § 14. bualadh
fiacal gnashing of teeth, Luc. Fid. 5870. bualadh laidir ag in
bpulsa a strong pulse beat, 23 K 42,107.7 .comarthaí na
nescoidi . . . bualad`throbbing', Rosa Ang. 176.6 .or ┐
5airget dia bhualadh dō do gnāth`being . . . coined', Fl.
Earls 82.9 .
With following prepp.rob ail leis bualadh ar na sluaghaibh
`would fain have attacked', ZCP vi 70.30 .níl bualadh ag
flathaibh faoi`yet will princes not with him associate',
10 Ó Bruad. ii 20.5 .is bualadh romham ar mholadh mo
mhíleadh keep on praising my hero, Hackett² xxx 122.
tucatar bualad da cheili`they attacked one another', L. Chl.
Suibhne 46. áit buailte place of attack(?), Mac Aingil 1748 .

2 búalad n prob. special application of1 búalad. Expld. as
15 bathing,healing,curing: bualadh .i. leigheas, O'Cl. do īcc ┐
būalad a crēcht do uscib Conailli, TBC² 2737. ní bhi déis
gleó don Ruarcach / tarbha a mbualadh(glossedleigheas)fir
othair, Hard. ii 294.16 . See 1 and2 búal.

búalann,búadl-: n bualann .i. buaidh, ut est briathra bualann[a]
20britheman .i. briathra bualanna no buadacha na mbritheman
de beith ann, O'Dav. 269. buadhlainn .i. breitheamhain, O'Cl.
badar bualaind ┐ badair firbreathaígh ín triar oile, BB 19a12 .
buadlainn ┐ . . . firbrethimh . . . .i. Goisden, Aimirgin ┐ Donn
` jurists ', Geneal. Tracts 5 § 8. cuma ní ḟeadar bíodh aithfear
25ar bhuadhlannaibh` judges ', Ó Bruad. iii 172.7 (buadhlann
.i. breithiomh; ionann buadhlann ┐ breithiomh,v.ll).

búaledach adj[o, ā] (2 búaile):sciath bualedach fair` rimmed ',
Táin 4462 . See2 búailtech.

búalta n cf. 1 búaile. dung,ordure: ro lá b. ¤ meit cind bó / ar
30ómon mo ruanadó, LU 9677 ( ZCP iii 214.10 ). Note also:
magairlín meidhireach, meil na mbualtaibh (mbualta,
mbualthach, mbuailte,v.ll.) (prescribed in love-charms),
ZCP v 213.341 (Midn. C.).

búalt(r)ach n m. Cf. búalta. dung: nodhingedh a sáil . . . isin
35mbualtrach, Buile S. 142 § 77. asan mbúalltrach, 144 § 78 .
le bualtach a mbó Maund. 114. bualtach te bo, Celtica ii
50 § 14 .

1 búan adj o, ā lasting,enduring;constant,firm,persevering:
biothbhuan` everlasting ', Eg. Gl. 729. clár nderccóir bithbalc
40buan, Blathm. 435. in grian b.sa`lasting', Fél. Prol. 302. din
bith b. ¤ sa`enduring world', Ep. 19. do fir in berlai buain .i. inna
canoni naími, LU 9792 ,cf. bérla bán,etc.,s. biait.o gein De
buain, MacCarthy 434 § 6 .is b. ¤ / huli hi fola luimne`all is
lasting in a cloak of sackcloth
' (to a student poet beginning his
45studies), Im. Brain 52.19 ( LU 11003 ).trī rátha / robsad buana
bith ghnātha, ML² 2084. [tri leaca] robaid .i. ro-buana(referr-
ing to immemorial laws or rights), Laws v 450.6 Comm. is b. ¤
in bes, LU 3712 ( SC 33 ).is mé Fintan, am beó b. ¤ `I have lived
long
', Ériu iv 160.17 .bidh buán a dochar`perpetual shall be
50its misfortune
', Cog. 92.9 .an gcein robadh buan a fearg
while his anger lasted, TBC St. 3738. rob būan slūag richeid
dia rēir continue to be (?), Arch. iii 308 § 32 `may the host . . .
be for ever at his behest
', Measgra Uí Chl. 155 § 32. tre
aithighidh na n-olc mb. ¤ `constant evils', Studies 1919, 75 § 22 .
55 buan fám thuaraim taom ón triar continual . . . is the attack
(of the world, the flesh and the devil), TSh. 2145.
In chevilles:buan a mbladh, ML² 134. buan in cusc, Laws
v 40.21 Comm.
Withbeirid:ní dom breith buan`not to save myself', Dán
60Dé xxvi 41 .an síltí go mbéarainn buan that I should be able
to escape
, Hackett ix 1 .
Equat. búanidir fér in Broga`fresh as the grass about the
B.
', Ériu iv 96 § 16.
Compar. ní buaine / ná ceo, Dán Dé viii 2 .níor bhuana
65dhóibh, Content. v 25.
Adv. go buan` constantly ', Donl. 62.29 .
Compds. ever-,lasting(freq. as mere alliterating prefix).
With adjj. incl. adjj. derived fr. nouns:cethracha . . . ar
secht [m]blíadnaib būanad[b]lib, BColm. 14.5 .trí locha
70bord-ghlana buan-áille, ML 96.2 .im Bh. mbuanbhladhach
`of lasting fame', Dán Dé xxv 64 .folt . . . búanchlechtach
`ever-curling' (Gloss.), MU² 762. Baiscenn buaineascrach,
Caithr. CC 80. bloisg-easa beann-gharbha buan-gháibh-
theacha, TSh. 6629. sech a bráithribh buanmasa, BR² 160.16 .
75 gluaisit rompu ina mbuidhnibh . . . buanoglacha(sic leg.)
(ocla), Feis TC 1885. pecud būanoll brath gach mbī, ZCP x
47.25 .nárbat buainscélach brégach, SG 107.19 .go buain-
sheasmhach steadfastly , TSh. 2232. seacht m-bliadhna bláth-
mhura buan-torthacha, ML 6.16 .an basgaire buantruag(of
80Doomsday), RC xxviii 318 § 33.
With nouns:Clanna B. in buan-áig`of the ceaseless strife',
Met. Dinds. ii 78.14 .ruc . . . Lasair a bhuidhe ┐ a bhúanal-
tughadh sin risin ccoimhdhe`eternal gratitude', Ériu v 84.21 .
gusin mbúanbrath`till doom', Duan. Finn i 66.2 .trí lá ro
85bhatar somh ag buanchaithemh an bhaile`they continued
battering
,etc.', FM vi 2030.14 .rucsat . . . / i Crích B. in
ṁbúanchend`the long remembered head',
Met. Dinds. iii 398.26 .ag a mbuancesad a carcair . . . itfrinn,
RC xxviii 318 § 36 .bledheda ┐ buancopain ailli, Aen. 371. fer bagha ┐
buancosanta Lethi Cuind, RC xviii 285.6 (Tig.).na fineadha
5ag báidh dá bhuan-dhíochur`for his perpetual banishment',
ML 80.22 .fa borb buainferg, LL 396.5 .a bachla ┐ a bhuain-
mionna`enduring relics', BNnÉ 236 § 160 .deighenach a
bethadh ┐ a bhuan-tsaogail do bheith cuicce`of his length of
days
', 265 § 228. nit-raib brig do buanseilbe(rhet.) `have
10thou no worth of thy goods
', Dinds. 21. an tí do-ghéana buain-
sheasamh go deireadh(=qui perseveraverit usque in finem,
Matt. xxiv 13 ), TSh. 2235. an Buainsheasamh(= Span.
perseverancia, Gloss.), Desid. 2951. go Banba d'a buantadall
`to permanently occupy it', MacCarthy 314.18 .im brat no
15im biadh no im buan-tiodhlaicthibh`fixed contributions',
BNnÉ 266 § 234 .do bhuantoil`thy unfailing kindness', Ir.
Review 1913, 625 § 21 .do biadh ┐ do buan-toradh, ML² 83.
With verbs and part.:fiche bliadhain buan-fhoirfe,
Content. xxx 11. cathracha ina mblodhuibh brisdi, buan-
20rebtha, ZCP vi 103.30 .Benén co becht rabúan-scríb`B.
prescribed . . . for ever
', Met. Dinds. iii 18.22 .gur bhíogadar ┐
gur bhuain-sginneadar, Atlantis iv 148.9 .