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1 bregda

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Last Revised: 2013

 

adj ( Brega, P. O'C. See also GJ vi 134 , Duan. F. iii ) (a) the adjectival form of Brega, originally referring to a person or thing worthy of Brega (?): nir fágbhadh lúach eich bhréghdha `there was not left the value of a Bregian horse´ Duan. F. i 6.44 . (b) fine, fair: an t-oilen ro-breghdha rothaithnemach, BNnÉ 49 § 32 . cōic cēt ridiri rechtaigenntach, robregh[d]a ` splendid ', ZCP vi 45.2 . na briathra breghdha `the fine words', TFrag. 182.10 . ainm cech ḟir bregda (: Cherna) ` goodly ', Metr. Dinds. iv 208.11 . Samhaoir ingean Finn breagdha `of excellent F.', Duan. F. ii 108.5 . lúach eich bhréghdha (: -Temhra), i 6.21 . Brian Breaghach fa breaghdha longphort, Magauran 1091 . ogla suil ba b.¤ / do sil Asuir oiregda, MacCarthy 316.4 . ni breaghdha ┐ ni tarbach na mna do bheith isna longphortaibh `it is not a right or advantageous thing', ITS xix 80.30 . tri fichit bliadna (sic leg.) b.¤ (` diversified '), MacCarthy 310 § 3. ní fhaca ní breaghdha . . . nar shanntuigh, Mac Aingil 1452 . Compar. as superl. as breághtha dealbh of finest form, Oss. iv 86.6 .

ocla

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(ocal)

I As subst. , f. a hasty or imperious disposition, quick temper ? isber Moí[d]ógc tria ocla móir `in great wrath', BColm. 74.7 . cend cen o.¤ , 22.16 . g s. ba cionntach d'Fionn . . . ar comhall úaibhreach ogla . . . meisi do chor do gorta in proud fulfilment of his anger Duan. F. i 86.25 .

II Adj. io,iā. (= g s. of preceding?) readily incensed, irritable, imperious ? serr gach n-uachall [uallach, LB], cach n-ogla , Corm. Y 1161. ba lonn dono in ingen ┐ ba hogla imon sgel sin `wroth', RC vi 174.17 . fer . . . tren calma athlom ocla, TTebe 2558 . bean ogla , IGT Dec. § 119. fan scél n-ádbul n-ogla sa, ZCP xiii 202.6 (referring to rejection of a suit). as ogla sin, a Briain bregh, | nocha n-iarmartach t'aigneadh `this is pride' (? irritation, temper), Cog. 64.27 . do eirigh suas co sotla, | do íarr a each go hoccla, ZCP viii 220 § 32. tríhonchoin eachtacha, ML 136.34 .

2 serr?

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ind serrach .i. s.¤ gach n-ūachall, cach n-ogla. Inde dicitur: s.¤ cech n-ōgdamh, Corm. Y 1161 = s.¤ cach nuallach, Thr. Ir. Gl. 41.16 . `s.¤' gach n-og is gach n-uallach, Metr. Gl. 32 § 5 . ? Hence: `searr fear ', O'R.

? Compd. ¤graig: feib théit echrad láir rena serrgraig, TBC-LL¹ 6103 .

serrach

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(2 serr)

I As adj. o, ā spirited, mettlesome, lively, unstable : s.¤ .i. serr cach nuallach ┐ cach nogla. inde dicitur serrech leam .i. ogla leam, Thr. Ir. Gl. 41 . nó gur mhúsclais go searach sásta `stirringly' (Glossary), Ó Bruad. iii 42.7 .

II As subst. o, m., IGT Decl. § 17.21 . a colt, a foal; any young animal (?): s.¤ .i. serr gach n-ūachall, cach n-ogla. Inde dicitur: serr cech n-ōgdamh. Nō s.¤ .i. seir-ech .i. i ndīaid a māthor bīs, Corm. Y 1161 (= Thr. Ir. Gl. 41 ). s.¤ no gercach gl. pullus, Ir. Gl. 494 . láir . . . trogais dí lurchuire (.i. dá s.¤ [H]), LU 10588 . baicc do echaib acht serrchu, is comand do suidiub, Laws ii 118.9 Comm . searruid firinne laisna eachaib, 376.y Comm . in lair . . .; trian ar scath a colla, . . . trian ar scath a serraigh `in consideration of her foal', Laws iii 372.y Comm . lesug[ad] a serraigh isin sīne `the feeding of her foal', 378.12 Comm . corop suntaich ar sen-eich, corop séitrig ar serraig, CRR 6 . amhail teaghad each lair re na searrcha, TBC-LL¹ p. 889 n. 4 (= rena serrgraig, text). a gingobaiph . . . na n-ech . . . ┐ na s.¤ , CCath. 4958 . an t-ech, fós, nach faghaibh sbuir | do cur uirri a n-áis tserruig, Ériu iv 214 § 12 . co subach dubach amail f[h]er-serraigh, ML² 1944 . céid-sh.¤ gach aon lára (as a due), Misc. Hag. Hib. 113 § 38 . bromach, searrach, Eg. Gl. 55 . searrach seang ag bleith a béalbhaigh, DDána 111.20 . s.¤ agam d'éis a riagaid, IGT Verbs ex. 736 . searrach léimneach `prancing charger', Ó Bruad. i 60.13 . gach en chéd-shearrach assail, Exodus xiii 13 . By transf. of children: ní háil liom sean-bhean mar mhnaoi, | máthair chúig searrach nó sé, Dánfhocail 71 . is nár bhur n-iomad gan sioraig gan síolrach, Midnight court 103 ( ZCP v 207 ). `searrach the common name for a foal, young colt or filly; also flighty, timid', P. O'C.

suinnén

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Forms: suinnéan

n [o, m.] (sonn?) thrust, push, blow, attack; gust of wind : triamhain .i. nert, no suinnen, O'Curry 1322 ( H 3.18, 608a ) (see tríamain). co tuc borbshuinnen brath[fh]ogla isan mbruachderedh `with ruinous intent he charged their rear', Caithr. Thoirdh. 74.28 . gach anshocracht ┐ gach suinden da tabradais dó, Smaointe B. Chr. 3401 . dár nglúasachd fá gcuáirt ré gach uile shuinnéun teaguisg `with every wind of doctrine', Ephesians iv 14 . suinnéan `blast, gust or breeze', P. O'C.

tocra

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n [io, n.] vn. of tocraid. See tacra.

(a) act of seeking, a way: araill oc saint ocus oc t.¤ isin uaim, Anecd. ii 56.13 . atát cóic bíasta ... i fudomnaib iffirn oc tochra (togra, toccrai, v.ll.) forsin talmain co dóine, Ériu ii 196 § 11 . da madh t.¤ go Temraig | bud mían le mac Torrdhelbaig, Irish Texts ii 37 § 13 . batur manuigh ac togra gu R., Lism. L. 2680.

(b) act of desiring; desire: tainic t.¤ dó ... dula do Róimh, Lism. L. 2567 . god thogra do Thoigh na nGiall, Aithd. D. 5.12 . gach tuath ... a-tá ag togra a gléimheadhóin, 7.13 . nach dlegur ní noch do toigeorad si do luagh 'na fiaghnuse gan a tabairt di oir muna fagha si é tureis a togurtha is cus mhillti da toirrcheas é, Irish Texts v 34.14 . do reir thógra a chroidhe, 2 Cor. ix 7.

(c) act of attempting: lin dirimhe ... di vhestibh vathmara examla, accus síad for denmniv et dasacht ag togro fordivclvime ṅa n-anmonn ttrúag, Aisl. Tond. 100.2 = ag togra na n-anmanṅ ṁbocht do shlugud, 126.8 . fonn dúthaigh Duach Ġalaigh | a-tá ag togra a chomhthabhaigh, Aithd. D. 7.6 . don tslógh ní tráth do thogra | clódh ogla ar áth dá n-abra, RC xlix 174 § 36.

úachal(l), úachell

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Forms: uachall, uallach, uathbhásach

[o-ā] an adj. of uncertain meaning accord. to Metr. Dinds. Gl. `uachall for uallach by transposition of letters ?, i.e. uathbhásach terrible, horrible, frightful, whimsical, fantastical, fanciful , vid. uaichle,' P. O'C. a s. rogab lige n-uachail n-ard, (: Luachair) `he found a grave proud and lofty,' Metr. Dinds. ii 14.55 (v.l. nuachal, n-uathaid)= LU 4170 .

As subst.: serr cech nuachell .i. cech noccla (nuallach, LB) `everything proud,' Corm. Bodl. s.v. serrach . serr gach n-ūachall, cach n-ogla (v.l. uachell, uallach), Corm. Y 1161 .