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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.

5 buidred x bodrad:bladrad .i. b. ¤ , O'Mulc. 186.

buige xseebucae.

buigén n[m.] (3 buide) (cf. bóige,muide).Name of ameasure
orvesselfor liquids: buigheun medg-uisgi`a b. ¤ ( pannikin )
of whey-water', Rule of Tall. 28. da bhuigheun leanna, 38 .
10?flaith . . . buigen um a cuirm ┐ ilach iar mbuaghadh do
memraib flatha, O'Don. 1959 ( Eg. 90, 7b) =bruidhem,
Laws v 358.4 .

buiglen n .i. laogh, Goid. 77 § 116 (Dúil Laithne). ?Cf. bugul.

1 buile xsee2 baile.

15 2 buile xsees. buille.

builedach xseebailedach.

builgid xseebolgaid.

builid i laudatoryadj.of imprecise meaning, usually alliterat-
ing and / or rhyming. Of land, territory: os bith b. ¤ , SR 7247.
20 [a] crich Breg bulid (: turid)`comely land of B.',
Ériu viii 68.37 .Of humans, ainmals,etc.: da bois builid(Adam's
palm), SR 1893. b. ¤ ballda, bládmar, bras, 1903 ` handsome '
(?) (Gloss.).ind ḟírflaith blaith b. ¤ búan, Airne F. 267. an
mac builidh bínnbhriathrach` gentle ', KMMisc. 360.10 .
25 fegan b. ¤ bind-brethach` beauteous ', Hy Fiachr. 182.2 .gid
borb is búilidh, Caithr. Thoirdh. 76.27 .a bé bán bulid collí,
TFerbe 354 .baothán builidh beigciallda` gay ' (Gloss.),
TSh. 1721. ar da n-echaib . . . bulid bedgaig, TBC 3377
(`beautiful', Táin 2917 ).di chrud blāith b. ¤ (cattle),
30 ZCP iii 24.10 .Ofdress,materials,etc.: inar builidh brecsrōil, ZCP
xiii 170.34 .do bréitib búilide brecsróil`with fair . . .
napkins
', SG 240.31 .co dtairsightibh . . . do bín(read
d'ébind(?), note)bric bhuilidh brighmair` beautiful ' (Gloss.),
TBC St. 4609. Ofmetre,voice: in rannaigecht bec bulid,
35 LL 5243 blooming (Thurn.), Zu ir. Handschr. i 75 § 5. cinéal
m Bréanainn / an ghloír bhuilidh bhinnshéaghainn, Magauran
2148 .
Assubst. m. ris an mbuilidh ngeal nglóirghrinn, DDána
69.20 .
40Compds.noedenan bec bulidchain, LL 17990. cu bulid-
grind, 17946 .

buille nearlierbuilne iā,f.See Thurn. Gramm. § 153. d s. d'aon
buillid , Fen. 196.1 .b. ¤ m.andf.,n p. -e,-eda,g p. -e,-ed,
IGT Decl. § 1. blow,stroke: inna builnni .i. bémen dígle(ref.
45toplagís, 17c25 ) ` stripes ', Wb. 17d2 .honaib buillibgl.
colophis, Tur. 92. gl.alaphis, 93 . ?builegraece bole(βολή,
ed.)iaculumairchor, O'Mulc. 172. cet moailli (readmbuilli,
ed.) fort laim primitus dé abaind`a hundred blows on thy hand
. . . with a scourge
', Mon. Tall. 142.10 .do-bert .ix. mbuilli
50dond inbiur iaraind ar dorusss mB. ┐ do-thuit nónbur cacha
builli, BDD² 1452 , 1454 .ro buail builli miledh air, St. Ercuil 604.
ní rocht nech díb bir nó bulle nó béim . . . furri`a blow'
(playing a ball), Táin 772 .do-rat cách díb builli dar sróin a
chēili, Sc. M² 6. roddet . . . / . . . builli dar Indiúin,
55 Ériu viii 69.4 .do-beir bulli in (leg.imm ?) cend na mná, LU 4357.
dobert . . . buli forna heochu 'mon carraic`drove the horses
against
,etc.', Ériu ii 6 § 9. ic tabairt bulli da choiss issin
comlai giving a kick to, MU² 880. co tuc bulli aniarmartach
. . . hi mullach chind a brathar do'n con-shlaitt, PH 855.
60 iar ttabairt b. ¤ do ghae dhi, BNnÉ 62 § 87 .tug builli ara
slabrad jerked the chain, Mer. Uil.² 271. builledha marbta
`felling strokes', CCath. 6087. do bh. ¤ `with a single blow',
Magauran 3927 .an bh. ¤ ga mbí a ngábhadh / do-ní uirre
iomnághadh gives protection against the blow which threatens
65him
(?), IGT Decl. ex. 10. tennbh. ¤ cert casúir, ex. 913 .
tug iasg don bh. ¤ sin lais`with that cast', ITS xlviii 30.21 .
Fig. mh'arthrach . . . / b. ¤ ar a sdiuir a chneadh cígh`a force
to turn its helm
' (sc.Christ's wound), Aithd. D. 84.3 .don
Banba is bed 'sas b. ¤ (a death), BB 58a41 .b. ¤ báis, TSh. 7819.
70 b. ¤ =ictus, Rosa Ang. 198.7 , 15. ar son in b. ¤ dobeir`the
shock
' (of cold water), 156.22 .
Other applications.stroke,chimeofbell,clock;blastof
trumpet,etc.: a cinn cúig mbuilli don clog`at five o'clock',
St. Ercuil 2093. dorad builli foran adhairc`gave a blast on
75the trumpet
', 173 . dart,glint?;glanceofsunray, eye(s): co
n-ecmoing builliu (builli,v.l.) i n-a béolu di gaí gréine, Airne
F. 83. dā tāirsedh ēn-b. dā shūil de if he got one look at him,
ML² 369. dā fhaicdís aen-buille dá súil de(of torments of
hell), RC xxiv 381.27 .builli dom shūil dī`a glimpse of her',
80 ZCP vi 26.32 .buille saebh forsna sūile(sign of old age),
268.10 .b. ¤ a habhra, DDána 49.11 .
In phrr.conid b. ¤ forais sin do gres iar mbreith Dauid,
LB 129b28 =béim forais,F 372.60.do bh. ¤ sguir finishing
stroke
, DDána 40.29 .conāro fāgad an cloidem an fuigill b. ¤
85 every stroke the sword delivered was a fatal one, Grail 3201 .
fuigheall b. ¤ an anaim . . . i nIofrann further torment, DDána
6.27 .is b. ¤ air aghaidh é`it is so much done' (a step forward),
Donl. vi 19.