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buiden n ā,f.Inflected Thurn. Gramm. 183. In PH fairly
freq. with-ú-in syncopated forms.buidhean f., IGT Decl.
§ 54.
Band,group,collectionof persons; ofwarriors troop,
80 company(in two exx. specifically offootsoldiers): ho buidnib
gl.copis, Ml. 34c15 .buidneagl.cuneos, 112b9 .inna buidnea
gl.turmae, 62b14 . 112b7 .torbquasi turba.i. b. ¤ nonumerus ,
Corm. 42 = Corm. Y 1218. budenquasipoden,pos enim
graece pess interpretaturar is for cois bis in b. ¤ , O'Mulc. 170.
85 buidhne aingel=choros, Lat. Lives 104 § 100. sech drongu .i.
sech buidne, Thes. ii 325.35 .i ṁbuidnib, Fél. Ep. 295.
comarbae buidne, LU 3384 ( SC 17 ).cach buden immá túsech,
8103 ( FB 7 ).is for cois bis in b. ¤ , YBL 422a40 (
Trip. clxxix 25 ).tre buidnib ban mbōeth, Ériu iii 14 § 3. Muire dá mbé
ar mo bhuidhin on my side, DDána 40.24 .in began buidhni,
5 St. Ercuil 1188. triallaid . . . d'aon-bhuidhin in a body,
Keat. i 204.34 .bude(i)n becc marcach, Ann. Conn. 1406.4 .
With follg. numeral:ríi b. ¤ . . . secht cét cacha buidne,
Críth Gabl. 457 `king of bands', eachb. ¤ containing 700 men, appar.
the contingent supplied by eachtúath , p. 104 .buden cóic
10cét déc, CRR 47. do bhíodh tríochad i mbuidhin an ollaimh,
Keat. iii 1223. Note also:na regad chenel C. tar buidin,
Trip.² 1713.
As dat. of accompaniment:tanic L. . . . budin trí chét
oclách, CRR 49. Hence in chevilles:d p. buidnibbann,
15 Arch. iii 223.25 .buidnib blá, SR 3423. buidnib dér, LL
13846. buidnib sel, 23274 ( CRR 57 ).buidnib sét,
ZCP viii 108.11 .
Less freq. of things:in b. ¤ buaball, IT iii 70 §§ 22 , 19
( Bruchst. 16 § 30 ).b. ¤ do rāpēroip`acollection ', Fl. Earls
20 100.y .
In later lang somet. in quasi-pronominal use:an bhuidhin
bhíos gan neart theweak , Dán Dé xxv 18 .don bhuidhin
dhlighes etc.=unto those who, RSClára 108b .b. ¤ do
cleirchibh . . . b. ¤ eile . . . an tres b. ¤ some . . . others
25. . . others
, TFrag. 110.17 .
Compds. ?do bráth buiden-glas, Fél.² clxxii 40. buidh-
eantsluagh, Oss. iii 174.16 .

buidén n(1 buide)us.yolkof an egg: buidhen uighi, Rosa Ang.
62.21 =vitellae, Gloss.buidhén, O'Gr. Cat. 228.4. Of a
30flower: a barr mar buidéan mBregain (: muinéal)` buttercups ',
Ériu iv 104.12 (mar bude nailestair,v.l.).Cf. buidgen.
Perh. compd. of1 buideandénin:mu buidhén (: cuilén) on
bhrudh`my beloved bird', RC vi 178.9 .Cf. buidhean`a
yellow-hammer
', P. O'C. , Meyer Contribb. 288. Seebuidecán.

35 buidenda n=buidnech:mo bráth beoda b. ¤ , BB 128a13 =mo
bár buadach buidhenda`with goodly retinue ', BR² 154.27 .

buiderad n(1 buide):crem . . . ┐ sobairche ┐ buiderath`golden
fern ', RC x 220 § 10 ` buttercups ', Meyer Contribb. 288.
comba samalta . . . ra b. ¤ ris taitni grian(of hair), LL 13918.
40 Cf. buideréid s. 1 buidecompds. ?

buidetu n[t,m.] (1 buide) yellowness: līas ┐ buideta, Corm.
Y 1101 =-u, Corm. Bodl. 40.25 .buidetai bec`a little
yellow
', Mon. Tall. 150.36 .

buidgen n(1 buide+ ?) dandelion: dens leonis.i. . . . buidhghen,
45 Arch. i 334 § 43. Cf. buidén.

buidid v(1 buide)becomes yellow: ro buidetar ar n-déta, Mer.
Uil. 106.

1 buidigid v(1 buide)makes yellow: robuid[i]ded . . . a mong
com[bu] buidithir bruar ndergoir, ZCP xiii 282.10 .gu
50mbuidhigheann an dath(of fasting), 23 P 10³,55a23 .
Vn. buidiugad.

2 buidigid v(2 buide):atlaigestár bethaid a brathar ┐ budigthe
fri hEtaín . . . a ndorigni, LU 10788 =buidighthe fri hE.
`É. received thanks', Ériu xii 172 § 9 (buidigid-i fri hÉ.
55 thanks É. for it?) =ba buidhech in ri dia mnai, IT i 128 § 14.
Vn. buidigud.vbl. of necess. buidigthi.

buidigthi vbl. of necess.of2 buidigid:in déni as ṁb. ¤ do`the
speed wherewith thanks must be rendered to him
' (gl.gratulari,
7), Ml. 62c5 .

60 buidigthid v(2 buidigid):budigthidgl.gratificator, Ml. 77c2 .

buidigud vn.of2 buidigid:dlegair damsa a b. ¤ dosom int
soirtha sinref. togratulari`tothank Him', Ml. 62c6b .

buidir xsees. bodar.

buidiugad vn.of1 buidigid:bid na cluasa arna mbuidhiugad
65 have turned yellow, Rosa Ang. 76.5 .

? buidle: adj b. ¤ (.i. dall) ┐ buidlen arem, Auraic. 5440.

buidm n expld. asurine: b. ¤ .i. bid doig gurub inann ┐ mun, ut
est banna do b. ¤ etc., O'Dav. 230.

buidne n profit,gain: biseach, tarbha, buidhne, Eg. Gl. 76.
70 fabhaltus, tarbha, buidhne, 348 . See Gloss.

buidnech adj o, ā(buiden)havingtroops,bands;populous(freq.
in alliteration in vague sense): feil B. bháin buidhnigh, Gorm.
Sept. 3. E.b. ¤ , Arch. Hib. ii 59 § 14. ar triath b. ¤ , MR 190.17 .
la chéd mbalc mbuidhneach mbachall, Mart. Don. Aug. 18.
75 fon ṁbith ṁb. ¤ , Fél. Oct. 15. Cnocc mb. ¤ mBrénaind, Acall.
908 v.l. Flann Bregmaighi buidhnigh, AU i 378.24 .co
brath buidneach, YBL 318a56 .cert .xx. bliadan b. ¤ , LL
14802. mo biad mbuidhnech, Anecd. ii 31.2 .
Assubst.:B. Bairrche ┐ Banna`der Schaarenreiche', TBC
80 524 (Conchobar ?).a b. ¤ (to Mary), Ériu i 122.18 .a thriathbhuidhnigh
o thou of lordly hosts, DDána 63.11 .B.(n. pr. f.),
BColm. 8.11 . ?L. .i. an Buidhenach, RC xviii 14.1 (Tig.).
b. ¤ sīthech, / slūag tromm tīrech`a peaceful troop', K. and H.
17 (perh. adj. qual.slūag).

85 buidre n iā,f.(bodar) deafness: is gnath do neuch bes amlabar
b. ¤ , Ml. 59a12 .co fis a ndaille ┐ a mb. ¤ , Laws v 156 n. 5
(Comm.).pairilis ┐ b. ¤ , RC xii 334 § 25. buidhre=surditas,
23 K 42,48.15 .bura(sic), O'C. 1191 (H. 3.18, 474a).b. ¤ fri
daescarsluag, LL 343c21 `turning a deaf ear to the mob',
Meyer Contribb. 289.