breccaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. breccaid or dil.ie/6624

Forms: breccad

v (brecc) speckles, makes chequered; variegates: buide / breactoir ile, IT iii 25 § 9 (batar ili, breccatar nili, v.ll). o ro breca bróenán cró / léni nde[n]dguirm nDíarmató `has bespattered', ZCP iii 214.11 . breccfus ár im Cnāmchailli, xii 237 § 58. loa snectai breccait a mmag snow-flakes that shower the ground, LL 14122. a Bruig, breccas graig `studded with horses', Metr. Dinds. ii 12.2 . D. ureacas graidh, Anecd. ii 69.12 . otha Banna brecthait géill `which hostages adorn', RC xx 52.29 . hūi B. brecctais rinne who spattered spear-points (with blood), ZCP viii 119 § 35. for mag mB. breccda bairdd that bards adorn, IT iii 17 § 42. rotbrecai (dogabais, rogabais, v.ll) cach n-ingnad n-án `hath adorned thee', Metr. Dinds. ii 10.5 . muir Torrían amal ro breccad do loṅgaib ┐ lestraib, LL 31958 ( TTr. 1144 ). scíath cróderg ro brecad do ṡemandaib that was studded with, BDD² 967. breacaid na bearta le dathaibh gan díth scéimhe `they paint their deeds', Ó Bruad. iii 18.9 .

Vn. breccad.