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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 .

2 búan adj expld. asgood,etc.Prob. an inference from passage(s)
containing1 búan: Buanand . . . am buan .i. is bón .i. dendi is
25bonum . . . .i. maith o ulc, Corm. 6 = Corm. Y 104. SeeBúan-
ann.buan .i. maith . . . buan caire as na berar om biudh,
O'Dav. 220 =buanchaire as ná berar úidhbhreth, na oim-
breth everlasting (?) cauldron, Ériu xiii 26.10 .do feisidear
breatha buaín ┐ ambuaín, Laws iv 62.15 , glossedtairister
30bretha buain . . . na mban dligthech . . . buain .i. maith .i.
dagban, 64.18 , 19 Comm. buain .i. ben dlighthech,etc.,
O'Dav. 307. fria ben .i. fri boin, fria maith, Laws ii 350.1
Comm. buan .i. bonus . . . geinid buan o ambuan, O'C.
86 (H. 3.18, 64).buan .i. indlicced . . . ar is buan berla nadi
35n.a., O'C. 153 (H. 3.18, 87a32).nī fola tódine (.i. āiremh)
a būan (.i. a maithusa)(B. na f.), ZCP v 487 § 12. ?bera boin
mbuain indlaeg ar eamain sair sedrada`a good in-calf cow',
Laws v 60.21 Comm. ?in ben b. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 68. 139 .
?gabdait idain in mnái ṁbuáin, Ériu vii 223 § 36. See2 bun.

40 búanach adj o, ā=1 búan:buadhach, buanach, Hard. ii 324.11 .
?ni buanach muid amail mal Mis fosud acata causair(B. na
f. ?), Ériu ii 5.14 .

búanad n(1 búan)act ofperpetuating: do bhúanadh reimhis
ríogh Breagh, IGT Decl. ex. 1359. ?cencobá uánn a buanad,
45 LB 219b55 , printed. . . uánn a bunad, Aisl. MC 111.3 .

búanaid n[i,m.] (búain):mar bhúanadha chonnaigh= hewers
of wood, Jer. xlvi 22.

búanaige n m.=búanaid:a ndiáigh an bhúanuighe= harvest-
man , Jer. ix 22.

50 1 búanaigid v(1 búan):cach maith rombói ro buanágus`every
good that I had I made lasting
(?),' Fél. 94.6 . ? Readbúanágus
I feared perpetually=rom buanadus , BNnÉ 301 § 4 .buáin-
eochuidh an duine iomlán innte=the perfect shall remain
in it
, Prov. ii 21.
55 Vn. búanugad.

2 búanaigid v(búain) seeF 137.49.

búanamail adj=1 búan:ceithre bliadhna búanamhla` lengthy ',
Duan. Finn i 90.17 .

Búanann pn(1 búan+1 finn?) (a) expld. asnurse of warriors;
60name of agoddess, `the Minerva of the pagan Irish,' O'Don.
Suppl.; `The Lasting One, ` Gods and Heroes of the Celts,
Sjoestedt and Dillon26 .Būanand mumi na fīan .i. bé
nAnand ar chosmaile diblīnaib. Amail robo māthair dēa indī
Anu, sic Būanand quasi mater erat na fīan. Ailiter: Būanond
65.i. daghmāthair, in būan is bon .i. dondī as bonum, ut dicitur:
`genithir būan ō ambuan' .i. maith ō ulc. A n-and fil isinnī
is Būanand, is ed fil isinnī is Anand .i. mater deorum.
Būanand .i. daghmāthair ac foircetal gaiscid do fīanuib,
Corm. Y 104. Corm. 5. `buanann' buime go bláith ciuin,
70 Met. Gl. 34.24 .ac Scáthaig buadaig buanand, LL 10886
(Táin 3445).a mBrian dan buanann buime, glossed:B.
muime na bhfiann,etc.(note f.), Hard. ii 290.14 .
(b) As name offountain: Buanannglossedperpetuus, V. SS.
Hib. i 54 n. 7 .
75Note also:at búanaind bodelbae(rhet.), LU 8366 ( FB 24 ).

búanas n[m.] (?1 búan):ríoghra L. ó bhfuaras caoimhchineál
/ síordhacht Ghuaire ar mbuanas ré na dheáidh(i.e.when
patrons are gone life seems too long), Hackett² xlii 18.

búanasach adj o, ā(búanas) alsobúanaisech. lasting;steadfast;
80 obstinate;firm: e bailcbemnech buanaisech obstinate,
TBC St. 1952. Adv. secht semanna . . . do broghadh gu
buanasach da hinnsma(of a spear) firmly , B. Fermoy 80b16 .
ro aigill Bricne go buanasach e, Celt. Rev. iii 302 - 304 .

? buanasaig: n na gabat briathra Molaissi / na haccradh do
85buanasaigh, Reeves Ad. 287.16 .

búanbach,-fach n o, [n.] (1 búan+-bach<boingid? `dauerndes
Schlagen
?', Heldensage 84 )d s. buanbaig, LL 9119 ( TBC
1812 ).Name of aboard-game (see Zimmer, KZ xxx 78 - 80 ,
MacWhite, Éigse v 25 , 30 ):imber fidchill sceō būanbach
arbēlaib rīg, TBC² 960. buaid mbúanfaig, LU 10155. oc
5imbert būanfaig fri Lōeg, TBC² 1154. imbert brandub ┐
búanbaig ┐ fithchille, RC xiii 442 § 17. ag buanfach, TBC p.
190 n.1 . Of the board used:būanbach fo a dib slīastaib,
TBC² 3400. fidc[h]iult lais ina c[h]arpuot ┐ buónfuch, ZCP
viii 120.11 (būanpuch, 18). ?ficill, brandub . . ., buanbach
10buaidrigthir mindo, xiii 278.9 .