1 broc

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Forms: sbroc, sproc

n [o, m.]. Later sbroc (sbrog), sproc, q.v. (OE loanwd., O'Rahilly, SGS ii 22 ; BBCS xxvii 552-54 ). displeasure, vexation; anxiety, distress: b.¤ .i. ieiunius .i. ni failte nach nguirt, O'Mulc. 166. brug(h) .i. trosgadh, O'Cl. bróg .i. brónach, ib. ind praind sin do adcor forsind comdid ar bruc friss `in displeasure at him', Mon. Tall. 148.26 . atát [in tríar aithech] ina mbruc isin tig ┐ is leór gráin a n-imcisin, LU 7745 (BDD). ataat ina mbrucc, ┐ a mmíasa 'na fiadnaisi. Is brocc Muman dar míasa ón M's. dissatisfaction in spite of platters (of food) (?), RC xiii 446 § 28. nī argairi (ar-gair ?) in mb.¤ detba (leg. debtha, ed.) something that prevents the distress of strife ( Ir. Recht 16.1 ), O'Mulc. 348 , 339 . ? ba bét ar bruc (: -fuc) Brecmaige `an ill deed that brought sorrow on M.B.' Metr. Dinds. iv 320.23 . lēigedh an rīgan a rec[h]t, / t[rēiged] bith brecht is a bruc (: ruc) (of a queen mourning a dead son), ZCP vi 269 § 3.