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60 bibdu n d,m.laterbidba. See Pokorny, KZ xlvii 163 , Thurn.
Gramm. § 203 , 323.4 .n s. b. ¤ , Wb. 6c21 .n pl. bibdid, 2a14 ,
Ml. 45b10 , 62d5 , 143b1 (see note),bibdaid, 114d4 .g pl. bibdad,
Ml. 49d12 .bidhba m., IGT Decl. § 21.
(a) one who isguilty,liable,condemned; acriminal,culprit:
65gl.rei Ml. 70a3 , 114d4 . gl.obnoxii, 45b10 . 143b1 .bidbagraece
bitheumatur(sic,for bi-θάνατος , Corm. Tr. 23 ) .i. bis
mortuus. adrolli a bás fo dí, Thr. Ir. Gl. 8. reuscach bidba,
Met. Gl. 4.25 .`ciol' bás is `biodhbha' leatrom, 28.43 .
dede hi roptar bibdaid som .i. in dermut gnimae ṅdæ . . .gl.
70 dupliciter rei, Ml. 124c2 .cach bidba ina chinta do neoch no
ḟuasnabad cáin, Thr. Ir. Gl. 30 s.Mogh Eime.genti bidbaid
bertar (ber(r)thair,v.ll.) pagans (who are) guilty(?),
Fél. Prol. 175. in b. ¤ ┐ in cintach na chinaid ┐ logad da anmain
`the guilty and the criminal for his crime [to be forfeit],'
75 RC vi 165.7 ( LU 9783 ).bidbaid duit-siu sind uile we are all
responsible for you
, TFerbe 219 .sreth a salmaib . . . / do
escaini, mod cen cleith, / ond eclais for cach mbidbaid, Hib.
Min. 45.7 .biodhbha do leanb Moire mé, DDána 31.26 . In
legal contexts:bidbu cach leices bidbudu he who lets criminals
80escape is himself a culprit
, Laws i 12.20 .mani eirre bidbaid . .
asren fine a llānfīachu īar mēitt a chinad, Caín Ad. 47. fo
cerdcar crann forro . . . dus cia dib do toth bidba do tabairt
`the guilty party' (viz.a savage animal), Laws iv 102.16
Comm.
85With follg. gen. of law, rule,etc.:bídba thimmna Dé
`guilty of breaking God's commandment', Trip. 396. 3 .b. ¤
rechta, SR 6861. comadh bidhbu in ríghrechta Romhán-
aigh. . . . Césair that C. was guilty as regards the Roman state,
CCath. 224.
In phr. b. ¤ báis(cf.Lat.mortis reus) (one)condemnedto
5death,deservingofdeath: ar ba b. ¤ leusom intí nád imdibthe,
Wb. 1d15 .atbert robo bidba b. ¤ di nach eperad fris, Thr. Ir.
Gl. 28. is bidba b. ¤ do Dīa ┐ do dōinib, Ériu i 218 § 3. bidhbha
bais ┐ . . . fogarthach a hErinn, IT iii 198 § 55. fir bidhbuidh
báis`men deserving of death', RC x 90.14 (ICM).bar bib-
10daith bāis ind you are doomed to death for him(?),
ZCP viii 311.5 .is bídbha dingmhala bais tú(said by the Jews to our
Lord), Smaointe B. Chr. 3668. Note also:ba bidba troch co
trom-neim`a culprit fated to evil doom',
Met. Dinds. iii 172.14 .
15 (b) In Laws also of opposing party in action, claim,etc.
defendant(opp. tofeichem toicheda plaintiff): indligidh dono
don bidbaidh a elodsum im dlighedh`defendant', Laws i
114.20 Comm. da-rad in fechem toicheda fein fuilled cairde
do'n bidbaidh, v 378.z Comm. ce beth cin co beth caemachta
20imgabala ag bidbuid, 150.8 , 9 Comm. mani uil i seilb in
bidbad anarra is deisse re feichemuin toicheda, 420.29 Comm.
(c) enemy: atcosnatis bidbad būaid`victory over their
foes
', Fianaig. 10.19 .claidbiu balcbéimnechu fri bibdadu,
LU 7735 (= BDD² 1270 ).re hilar a bidbad re himad a
25námat, LU 6281 ( TBC² 1779 ).bidba na crich ba nessom
duit oc breith do ṡlait, TBC 9. duni is mó is bídba d'Ultaib,
CRR 18 ,cu roissem ár ṁbidbadaib, MU² 322. ri cech
ṁbidbaid bás`to every foe death', PRIA xix 552 § 44 ( LL
18656 ).bidbaid bunaid hereditary foes, Acall. 6704. Troian-
30daig sindi . . . ┐ bidbuidh duind Laitinda, Aen. 1841. atáid
trí bidhbaid am bun, IGT Decl. ex. 785. (to death)a bhíobha
an chine dhaonna, Measgra D. 66.20 .fá biodhbha bioth-
fhoghlach ar Ulltachaibh é feadh a ré, Keat. ii 3188.
Legal:teac bidbad eli`the house of another enemy' (of the
35injured man, excluded from the rule ofothrus), BCrólige
23 Comm.
Attrib.g s.:dos-ratais i cróbidbadiat in an enemy pen
(sc.the iron house), MU² 884. Seefópairt.

bibe n expld. asbee: b. ¤ .i. bech, Goid. 77 § 130 (Dúil Laithne).

40 bibla n m.(Engl. loanword) bible: isin n-ais cetna sin do scribh-
adh Iúdíth, stair don Bibla, MacCarthy 278.16 .atá an
bibla ┐ na soscéil . . . scribtha acu ina tengthuib fein, Maund.
122. d'ughdaraibh an Bhíobla, TSh. 3212. dearbhag . . . ar
bhíobla, ZCP v 207.94 (Midn. Court).

45 1 bibsach adj[o, ā] (cf.Lat.bibulus?):b. ¤ .i. ōlach, O'Mulc. 699.
Asn. pr. m. Bibsaig, Corp. Gen. 424.9 .

? 2 bibsach n expld. askillingorputtingtodeathtwice: b. ¤ .i.
bibasach .i. ro bāsaigestar fo dí, O'Mulc. 148.

bibsat(ar) xseeboingid.

50 bibsugad n(cf. 1 bibsach):gach bean . . . ac b. ¤ (ac aibhnius . . .
biubsugud,v.l.) ┐ bansigud carousing(at a wedding feast),
TTebe 720 .

bicáire n m.(Lat. loanword) also-áirand perh.-air(e).bicáire
m., IGT Decl. § 2. n pl. biocairidhe, RSClára 89b . vicar: don
55phapa . . . bicaire Día a talmain, Maund. 26. Clement . . .
bicari Cilli Ronan, Ann. Conn. 1357.11 .an biocaire Mac
Murchuidh, Maguires of F. 7. ō ḟabhor . . . an bhiocáire,
RSClára 89b .fá bhiocáire Chrīost, Mac Aingil 1907 .do
fháguibh Críosd ar láimh a bhiocāra ar talmhuin, 5208 .do
60bhiocáir Chríosd, O'Hussey TC 33.8 .biocaire`vicar', Eg.
Gl. 720. iar mbeith dhó 'na bhiocair ghenerálta`Vicar-General',
Carney, O'Reilly Gen. Hist. 69.14 .

bicáirecht n[ā,f.] vicarage,vicarship: bicairechtgl.vicaria, Ir.
Gl. 171. re Biocaireacht Chill Nádhaile a bhaineas an dá
65Ṡépéal sin, Maguires of F. 7. na mbiocáirechtaiph=in
their . . . Vicaries
, RSClára 89b .

bícherb n(béo+1 cerb):bichearb ┐ bichim`Mercury or quick-silver',
Eg. Gl. 725.

bíchim n(béo+1 cim), see underbícherb.

70 ? bicire n termofcontempt: a ḟeartais abraind b. ¤ (bicere,v.l.,
Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 70 § 189 ), IT iii 102 § 189 (a broinn
b. ¤ , Bruchst. 36 § 86 ).
?Cf. bigirecht.

bícont n(with len.b-) (Engl. loanword) viscount: roimhisneach
75Bhíocont Barrach, DDána 87.22 .do threasgradh bh. ¤
(biocuim, biócum,v.ll.), Hackett² xxx 286.

bícum xseebícont.

bidba xseebibdu.

bidbaide adj[io, iā] (bibdu):a bara ba b. ¤ `his wrath was implacable ',
80 Met. Dinds. iv 320.26 .

bidgad n u,m.Alsobedgad.vn.ofbidgaid. IGT Verbs § 80.
sudden quick movement,start,fright; act ofstarting,jumping:
bidhgadhgl.pavementum(cf. paveoandpavio), Ir. Gl. 769.
memaid bánbidgud bodba d'echraid C.C., MU² 253. ro
85chlisesdair a cride ri groidb. na genidhechta, LL 409b10
(= MR 232.11 ).bidhgadh mor do righ Temhrach . . . a thech
Casca do thuitim fair, AU ii 110.7 .in b. ¤ sin ┐ in t-aduath,
CCath. 769 .in bidgadh do-rinne Eoin(=stupefieri),
Smaointe B. Chr. 3259. do ghaib bioga leis an mbréithir sin í(Deirdre)
`she made a start', IT ii2151.6 .uair ní fhuairsiot bedhgadh
5ina mballaibh acht amhail batís mairbh`life', FM vi 1918.13 .
do bhíodhgadh súas=that thou stir up, 2 Tim. i 6. brosdadh,
béodhadh, bruideadh, muscladh, cailgeadh, corrughudh,
biodhgadh`to stir up', Eg. Gl. 69. an chéaddairt ag cur
beadhgaidh, DDána 78.13 . In phr.benaid b. ¤ as:dobhen
10sé biodhgadh barramhail boirbretha aisde he started it (the
steed) off at a powerful pace
, Ériu v 178.32 .a dtúis an gheimh-
ridh bhíodhgtha bhraonaigh`the tearful winter that has so
startled us
', O'Gr. Cat. 596.20. bás bíodhgtha`violent
death
', E. O'Rahilly 96.10.