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1 buith n(orig. bothā,f.? See Thurn. Gramm. 170 , 186 ).
both, Wb. 25a13 , 26b21 , Thes. ii 344.4 (Hy. v), LU 10943.
70 boith(a s.), Hail Brigit 13 .buid9 times in Wb., once in Ml.
bith, Wb. 5a13 (d s.), 11c10 (n s.), Thes. ii 329.36 (d s.).bid
(d s.), Wb. 15a20 . Usual mid. Ir. formbith(b. ¤ occurs 3 times
in LU Táin as against 7 exx. ofbithand 2 ofbeith,
Ériu xvii 127 . In Trip.bithoccurs 9 times,beithonce, ZCP xvi 446 ).
75 g s. bu(i)the(bithecited Thurn. Gramm. 450 ). In later lang.
be(i)th(cf. nébeth=nebbuith, Wb. 9b17 (N 29.18),beith,
Fél. Ep. 172 , BDD² 260 ). See PH. On LU Táin and Trip.
see above. Seebeith, Desid. p. 270 § 28. an bheith, cert ar a
comair aici (med na bethe (beithe) aice,v.l.), IGT Verbs § 7.
80 Vn.ofattá.(a) being,existing. Occas. asvn.where finite
form would becopula (see Thurn. Gramm. 493 ):b. ¤ nocht-
chenn, Wb. 11c12 .iar mb. ¤ socumail, Ml. 44c6 .forṁbith
iarmui do A., SR 3498. a mbith cobsaid, Trip.² 41. ar
mbeith ollamh n-ealadhan`when he was perfected in his art',
85 TD 3.9 .
Folld. by prep. governing accus. or dat. (seeA 471.22ff.
and the several prepp.)nom. b. cen æccne, Wb. 2a17 .buid
and`to be there', 5b43 .b. ¤ i mbethid noib, Ml. 74d9 .b. ¤ re
lechdachaib, Sg. 6a8 .b. ¤ (beith, bith,v.ll.) i ngéillius maicc
Maire, Thes. ii 321.4 (Hy. ii).manitcoiscea son bith for usci
5┐ bargin`if this do not check thee, then thou shalt put thyself
on bread and water
', Mon. Tall. 142.12 (§ 37) .bith dia deis hi
flaith nime, Trip.² 284. ní rēith b. ¤ fris it is difficult to cope with
him
, TBC² 1490. ní heól do B. bheith le cóir`knows not
contentment with justice
', TD 29.14 .accus.anddat. foruar
10 buidcen engne, Wb. 2a18 .tri b. ¤ isna fochaidib doib, Ml.
46c11 .asrubartsom b. ¤ cen anland`he told (me) to go without
condiment
', Mon. Tall. 144.9 (§ 45) .at-bert na ragad, acht
bith oc frithálim,etc. but that he would be, MU² 43 (see note).
gan bheith le Dia, Dán Dé x 27 .i gcoimmeas ré bheith i
15n-éagmais,etc., TSh. 4436. gen. buitheinnadiad`in that it
is after it
', Ml. 35b23 .buthe for longaisgl.cum metu, 39a5 .
ré hucht bheithe ag déanamh crábhaidh, TSh. 424.
With subjective gen.a mb. ¤ immallei`that they should be
together
', Wb. 10a4 .is airchen á buid, 11d3 .for mb. ¤ -si in
20iriss, 14c43 .ar mb. ¤ fo mám pectho, 21b5 .mo b. ¤ i carcair,
23b21 .dliged buithe in boicht fo mam int sommai, Ml. 27d7 .
a b. ¤ ind remṡuidigtheo fodeod, Sg. 212a10 .a buitsem hi
comsuidigud, 216b2 .a bheith conad fidh neimhidh e`its
being a "nemedh" tree
', Laws iv 170.14 Comm. bá córu a
25bith combad aegairi he should have been, Trip.² 210. madh
ro cinnedh ré fair, is a beith for in ré`it shall be according to
the time
', Laws iv 132.18 Comm. a mbith ule that they should
all be (so
) (of list of precepts), LU 3508 ( SC 27 ).innat-ḟail
tall ?—Cosmail mo bith it looks as if I was, Fing. R. 977.
30 do bith-siu ar bantincur mnaa, TBC 8. a beith-si 'ga iarraid,
TTebe 2752 .ar sgáth a beith pósta aige, TSh. 5506.
With logical subject introduced byDO:buid domsa in
iriss that I am a believer, Wb. 5b20 .buid dond ingin inógi,
10b20 .buithe dúibsi i peccad, 14d7a .ní eperr b. ¤ cen peccad
35doib, Ml. 76a6 .bith má de do b. ¤ daitsiu hi coimthecht oco
`from thy being associated in it', Sg. 2a7 .b. ¤ donaib ócaib cen
bíad, Fraech 126 .bith, 129 .fuarais ó Dhia . . . bheith
saoghlach dúinn, TD 14.35 .bheith don Bhanbha . . . / 'na
héantuinn ḟaghla, 7.28 .ar mbeith slán dóibh when they are
40whole
, TSh. 904. go beith ar meisge dhó, 2006 .
With prec.DOexpressing purpose:do b. ¤ in óentid coirp
cristgl.uocati estis in uno corpore, Wb. 27b23 .do buid fom
chumachtugl.quos mihi dedit Deus, 32d7 .it hé atá chórai do
b. i foitsiu thaige ríg, Críth Gabl. 584. na tri .xl. aidchi do
45bith for usciu ┐ bargin, Mon. Tall. 143.22 (§ 42) .
In dependent constructionx do b. ¤ that x is,should be: ni
coir descad pectho do b. ¤ i sollumunagni , Wb. 9b13 .cum-
tubart do b. ¤ isindí asquis , Ml. 46c18 - 19 .bacompesba
riagoldae do b. ¤ `that there should be c.', Sg. 57b8 .menmæ
50do b. ¤ hi figraib in offrind, Thes. ii 255.13 (Stowe M.).far
coin . . . / do buid la far n-echtrata, AU i 138.12 .Ísu a (leg.
do ?) beth 'n-a mac mna pósta, PH 2677. ní háil linn sibh
do bheith ainbhfiosach=nolumus vos ignorare, TSh. 8629.
cionnas is féidir sin do bheith ? Donl. 246.14 .
55 Life,material existence: ar mbeith ┐ ar mbeatha, Parrth.
Anma 2450. grádh do thabhairt . . . don bheith=el ser
(Gloss.), Desid. 2362.

? 2 buith: n frimodrubairt cailg cocruith / rodamair dula for b. ¤
(.i. for baois,v.l.), Corm. Tr. 48 = Corm. Y 386.

60 buithi vbl. of necess.ofattá. In later lang.beithte,beitte(in
editions),beite:as beiti dam san baile .c. As inbeti .c.
d'oibriugad canamna, IGT Verbs § 7. isamlid isb. dochách
`thus ought everyone to be', Wb. 24a17 .innahí batar buthi
ar thuus who should have been, Ml. 23c16 . 29a8 .ní buthi
65saithar nimbi, 24d11 .co mbat mb. ¤ (inbuithi, text) fri tuaith
till they can be in the tribe, Cáin Ad. 34. ní beite dha shíorais-
néis one ought not to be constantly telling it, Duan. Finn i 45.z .
is beithi menmae frisin fodor, Ériu vii 164.4 .fada is beite
(sic leg.) ar tí a thomhais, Dán Dé iv 1 (beiti, YBL 364a12 ).ní
70beithte mar do bhábhair`you must not live as hitherto', xvii 14
(beiti(?), YBL 392a26 ).ní beithte ris, DDána 77.3 (beiti,
YBL 389a6 ).san chás gomadh beithte bríogh that it is a
serious matter
(?) (:creidthe), 3.35 . ` advisable,right,proper ',
TSh. Gloss.:is beitte d'Éireannchaibh Dia do ghuidhe, 6110 .
75 ní beitte agá shéanadh=negandum non est, 4967 =ní
séanta, 4508 .

? búithig: ind sochla brec becaltach / b. ¤ dág Dectire, LU 10621 =
baithi, IT i 140.28 .

buitilér n m.(Romance loanword):buitileir fiona ┐ . . . buitileir
80na beorach`WineButler; and . . . Beer Butler',
Mann. and Cust. iii 292 n. 347 .pn Name of family claiming descent fr.
Theobald Chief Butler of Ireland, see Butler Poems viii . Also
Builtér:Seon Buitilér, AU ii 342.20 .Teabōid Builtēr,
Butler Poems 1172 .

85 bulbing n(appar. ON loanword, laterbuil(bh)ín, see O'Rahilly,
Ériu xiii 200 § 35 ). loafofbread: b. ¤ brusgarbán, Aisl. MC
87.22 . `loaf made of the leavings of coarse meal',
Ériu xiii 200 § 35. gabh finegra ┐ doirt a mbuilbhín no an aran the
eile, 23 K 42,333.4 .diolaidh a mather cart is bulbhinid,
RC xvi 20.5 .builín, PCT 1761. áon bhuilín aráin, Exod.
5 xxix 23.