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? abull

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n tucsatar na tri coecait da batar annagaid in oen a.¤ ar D. `at the same time', Cog. 184.9 . For uball?

briugu

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Last Revised: 2013

 

Forms: bruga, brugaid, bruighi, brigu, brughaidh, brughaidhi, brughaidh

n d, m. (see Celtica xxiii 172-73 ) Also bruga. Later brugaid. Note n s. bruighi, Blathm. 773. brigu, LU 7096 (BDD), brígiu, Ériu iv 124.11 . brughaidh m., IGT Decl. § 21 ; n p. brughaidhi, ex. 781 , is a proscribed form, but brughaidh, ex. 782 , is correct.

Landowner, hospitaller, in later sources also farmer, yeoman. In legal texts the b.¤ is a rich landowner with a public function of dispensing unlimited hospitality to all persons in his hostel, which must be in an accessible position. For this he is given the same honour-price as the king of a túath , Críth G. p. 79. The tract Uraicecht Becc gives the b.¤ the same grade as the flaith or ruling noble if he has twice the qualifying wealth of the noble's grade, Laws v 76.1 cited below. He must further be hundredful (1 cétach), 10 , see Mac Neill, PRIA xxxvi C 16 (1923) 276 n. 2, 3 . comgraid b.¤ fri flaith dimbe diablad ceana lais gach graidh de tir ┐ trebad, Laws v 76.1 . ni bi b.¤ nad bi cedach; . . . Is e b.¤ andsin is coimdiri fri rig tuaithe, 12 ( ZCP xvi 176.1 ). comdire do rig . . . ┐ do briuga[i]d direnar cetaib, oca mbi caire ansic co na thochus techta, i 40.17 Comm. cach briuga ramatach every `b.¤' must have roads to his house, iii 112.12 . dleagar don brugaid, fer ar gach rod uad amach, co nach roisedh neach secha gan a digbail fris, no gan a tairscin do, v 16.13 Comm. airligud do briugaid nad e fulgadar folaith (one of seven borrowings that are not restored), 372.3 . saland tighe briugad (one of the inherent rights of every túath, due to every person), v 484.4 . na briugaid, ma gabait do láim in briugamlachta (sic) do congbail . . . is [s]aer iat ar cinaid a mbid ┐ ar cinaid inbleogan, iii 114.7 Comm. díḟolaig . . . br[i]ugaid i ngrádaib túaithe, Críth G. 480 `among the lay grades . . . hospitallers are not maintainable i.e. are excluded from othrus,' Ériu xii 86. ár is etargaire coitcend na briughadha do grés in cach crích a mbít (b.¤ recognized as common intervener in disputes , Plummer MS. notes), O'D. 1584 (H 5.15, 7). Note also: blai brugai im cach n-oenach, LL 37558 exemption of a `b.¤' (?) (from liability for noise) = blaī mescae, etc., ZCP xi 83.1 = blaī āne ech n-oenaig, 93.17 . an brugaid = vir dives, Lat. Lives 102 § 97. ingen ríg no roflatha no briugad, LU 10171. briuga ┐ aire desa / . . . / loargg dia sásad, LL 3734. a ceathair i nedoighibh brughadh four (colours) in the clothes of briugu's (the entry puts the b.¤ 's. rank between an ógthigerna's and that of a tigerna túaithe), AFM i 44.3 . dobreth biad dō ōna brigadaib, TBC-I¹ 3428. brugaid bíata dám, Fing. R. 496. creach brughadh, DDána 73.10 . ro ordaigh . . . brughaidh ar gach baile, AFM i 54.1 = singulis Burgis praefectum constituit (Lynch, Cambrensis Eversus), note q. baileda gen brugudu `yeomen', TTebe 3049 . doronta a ccoindmedh for choartaibh ┐ brugadhaibh, Hugh Roe² 98.30 . brughaidh broinn-teasgtha (rich) farmers (?) (denizens of hell), TSh. 6611. As pejorative: mac an bhodaigh nó an bhrughadh, Ó Bruad. i 134.2 . brugha boigbheolach, 21 .

With qual. adj., gen. etc. basa brugaid bíata dám , Fing. R. 496 . b.¤ cétach, in Laws Comm. understood as a b.¤ who kept a hundred men, a hundred cows, etc., see also Hy Fiach. 238 note h.: in b.¤ cedach, uair dlegur de ced fer i mbesaib mogad aici ┐ ced(h) cacha cethra lais, Laws v 76.15 Comm. in briugu cedach .i. ced cacha ceathra aigi, 26 Comm. Cf. also: do briuga[i]d direnar cetaib, i 40.17 Comm. cited supra. briuga cetach atacomnaic, LL 12753. b.¤ leitech see leitech. Note also: bo-briugaidh cedach. Ferbriugadh, tir imdha lais. Righ-briughadh, tuatha fo mam. . . Briugadh conaire .i. ri bis ac seilg. Briugadh dorn chliach, dornnchlaidh imdha lais, O'Curry 981 (H. 3.18, 423a). in brigu feda ┐ in abull fir cumra . . . ceithri ba . . . ina mbunbéim, O'D. 1676 (H.5.15, 28a).

pn As epithet: cend Blai Briugad, LU 11064. co Blai ṁBriuga, TBC-LL¹ 4884.

4 clí

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n apple-tree : quiert .i. cli .i. abull , Auraic. 4282 . Same wd. as 1 clí?

innonn

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Forms: anonn

adv (earlier *inn-oll. KZ 48.56 q.v.). Later anonn. Of place, yonder, over, thither, to that side ; of time, hence, forwards, on ; of enumeration, on, out ; occasionally it seems to mean yonder, on that side without motion being implied. tempore o sund innonn henceforth , Wb. 22d8 . hua sunt innúnn gl. ultra, Ml. 100d6 . innúnn hílle (rectius hílle innúnn) gl. húc atque illuc, 47d6 . (cf. innúnn, ille gl. recedere, accedere, 27d15 and 16 ). bertair dano briathra asin stoir-sea innun do fuillned inna salm innunn the psalms (that are) on the other side ?, 26c6 . tar crích innunn `beyond the boundary,' Sg. 217b12 . sech inn aimsir crichnigthi hínnunn `beyond the definite time,' 13 . docoid tar recht naicnid hinnun `he has transgressed a law of nature,' 16 . ro chualatar Ulaid innund in andord, IT i 73.4 . rucad si innund co Conchobar, co mbái for a láim, 76.10 . co mbatar ic fegad in dúnaid úathu innund, iii 476.175 . tecait innund isin dúnud ┐ ferthair firchain fáilti friu, 468.83 . dotháet isin cath innond, TBC-I¹ 1993. for tonnaib otha carraic anunn `from the rock out,' Laws v 484.26 Comm. otha na secht firu dec anunn, iv 42.24 Comm. mas ar dia rucad anund he `if it was out of charity he was brought in,' iii 198.z Comm. a breith inunn in conuir tuccadh amach to take it in by the same way ..., ii 14.12 Comm. na seotu cirneas anunn cu hindligtech the `seds' which he unlawfully bestows, 312.5 Comm. da ḟastodh anund to keep them yonder (i.e. within the tribe), iv 288.13 Comm. mac faosam (sic) do derbfine ... beirid uili in fearann ... iar ndul anunn don gaire `after having gone over (into the family) ...,' 288.23 Comm. duine ... ata re fine amuigh ... co na gabur anunn e can fir de lais, 294.19 Comm. o sin anund .i. ota na seacht primaisti amach, Auraic. 1585. [ní] ba síri traigidh húad ille ┐ hinnonn airm hi toethsad ` hither and thither ,' BDD² 1097. ní fil ní nád faelasa ó sin innonn `from that out,' 739 . fer díb dar múr immach ... ┐ Crom Deróil dar múr innond, MU² 503. an cethrar út ... tabrat don cethrar anunn | deoch gach fhir ocus abull , SG 112.12 . intan tancatarsom istech innund, Ériu v 212.93 . cóic seóit ó suidiu anund, ii 204.19 . sech ni thecat ille, ni thiagat innond, RC x 52.16 . coraigi in carraig sin anunn ┐ anall aris coraigi in port, BB 459b36 . ó thráth nóna anund, IGT Decl. ex. 891. a litir léigim anonn `which I send yonder,' Studies 1918, 454 § 18 . do dheachaidh mac righ Saxan tairis inunn ... do chosaoid Hugo ... re a athair, AFM iii 68.2 . ar na bhogadh anonn sa nall `tossed to and fro,' Proverbs xxi 6. ar son chreidhimh go dian díreach, | gan dul seach anonn ná anall, Keat. Poems 1334.

Freq. used in ref. to the next world, cf. tall and Eng. `the other side' : is i crist beimmi iar techt innonn, Wb. 21b7 . innahi fodaimem re techt innúnn, Ml. 111c13 . nā ruccam anonn | nach peacadh lind, ACL iii 231.10 . dorata Dīa ... dó ... flaith nime īar rīachtu anunn, ZCP iv 242.29 .