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1 brí

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Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: bria, brith

n g, f. See GOI § 319 , KZ xlviii 65. hill : bri mag n-ísel, a breuitate, ut Bri Cobthaig Coil .i. mag inna biat slēbe ardae, etc., O'Mulc. 154. brī .i. tulac[h], Corm. Y 191. bri .i. tulach no fogus, ut est cingit co brigh. Brigh (leg. brí, ed.) cach n-occus .i. is amail baile dam gach inad a mbim. Nó brigh .i. cumair nó baile, O'Dav. 218. b.¤ .i. magh, no cnoc, no tulach, O'Cl. Note also b.¤ .i. gach ní as fogas duit, ib. bri .i. slíabh, ut est: muinnter Ch. . . . / lethais am bh.¤ Bhreg tar fál, Ériu xiii 65 § 52. losaid fer foirbrig ogh mabuaid mbreg mbras `of great hills', xvii 91 § 10 (MS.), xxii 42 (n. loc.). Fig. breo os bri (of God), SR 3079. See breó, 1 tulach. b.¤ na mbreg `the princess among princesses', Metr. Dinds. iv 326.3 . ? a bratán os b.¤ , LU 4317. Also expld. as plain , O'Cl. mar uinche bri tuireadh glossed: magh tuireadh, note b., Hard. ii 296.2 . ro slechta maige a mórchaill / . . . / Mag nItha tes B. buadchind, LL 554 (Leb. Gab.). ? conid de atáat na bríse. Mag ṁBreoa .i. Mag ṁBreg, LL 37044. Cf. O'Mulc. 154 cited above.

Frequ. in nn. loc. See Hog. Onom. Brí Leth, Trip.². 992 .i. mons, note . usque ad Bri Erigi a Bri Erigi usque ud dorsos Breg, Thes. ii 271.40 . a mBrig Leith `in Brí Léith', Ériu xii 160 § 26. do Brigh Leith, 152 § 15. oc tochailt Sídh Breg Leith, 186 § 17 . do thogail B. (read Breg, Thurn. loc. cit.; bria, brith, v.ll.) Léith láine, Metr. Dinds. ii 4.22 . Muridach Tírech din B. (: rí), LU 4179 `from the Hill' (= Tara ?), Metr. Dinds. ii 14.15 . Boand blagh-glan ass in B., Ériu vii 220 § 13. a mBrig Ele . . . .i. a sidh Brig Ele, RC v 202 § 21. a bruachaib Bríg Molt, SG 362.22 .

See Brega.

buidnech

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Forms: B.

adj o, ā (buiden) having troops, bands; populous (freq. in alliteration in vague sense): feil B. bháin buidhnigh, Gorm. Sept. 3. E. b.¤ , Arch. Hib. ii 59 § 14. ar triath b.¤ , MR 190.17 . la chéd mbalc mbuidhneach mbachall, Mart. Don. Aug. 18. fon ṁbith ṁb.¤ , Fél. Oct. 15. Cnocc mb.¤ mBrénaind, Acall. 908 v.l. Flann Bregmaighi buidhnigh, AU i 378.24 . co brath buidneach, YBL 318a56 . cert .xx. bliadan b.¤ , LL 14802. mo biad mbuidhnech, Anecd. ii 31.2 .

As subst.: B. Bairrche ┐ Banna `der Schaarenreiche', TBC-LL¹ 524 (Conchobar ?). a b.¤ (to Mary), Ériu i 122.18 . a thriathbhuidhnigh o thou of lordly hosts, DDána 63.11 . B. (n. pr. f.), BColm. 8.11 . ? L. .i. an Buidhenach, RC xviii 14.1 (Tig.). b.¤ sīthech, / slūag tromm tīrech `a peaceful troop', K. and H. 17 (perh. adj. qual. slūag).

1 tírech

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adj o, ā (1 tír) possessed of lands, wide-ruling: Muiredhaigh tréin tírigh, Ériu v 86.6 . Mael [S]eachlaind mac Taidg tíri[g], ZCP viii 226 § 14 . Muirethach T.¤ ... bá ... ag gabail tíre ar eigin ... is de bá tírthech, Cóir Anm. 116 . fer trén t.¤ , Todd Nenn. 242.2 . fer ... diarmbu lan Temair thirech (: Mīled), AU i 394.13 . trebsat Temair tírig, LL 21a30 . Muileach is Īleach ar-áon | tíreach muirech an mácaomh, IGT Decl. ex. 1169 . do bhí sé múrach túrach tíreach, Hackett xxxix 160 . ? badh buidach gurba tírach (airech v.l.), Anecd. iii 13.15 . ? uisci trom tirech , Lism. L. 2127.

? 2 tírech

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ind gigrand a girando .i. is tirech , O'Mulc. 655.

treórach

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adj o, ā (treóir)

(a) skilful, experienced, capable of giving guidance: robo threorach i cerdaib cáich, Tec. Corm. p. 2 n. 1 . ciarbam t.¤, nírbam timm, | ropo mé in t-eólach áibinn, Metr. Dinds. iii 312.131 . ni lean eolach ind anos, | (is treorach sinn) in senchos `we are the leaders,' 424.48 . t.¤ ní sáeb ín senchass `no misleading guide is the legend,' iv 248.24 . cor' bo treorach in cach ceird gaiscid, RC xxiv 176.16 . rúanaid .i. duine calma treorach ar muir `a man brave and guiding on the sea,' O'Dav. 1401.

(b) active, energetic, powerful: trí marggaid 'sin tír treóraig `three busy markets in the land,' Metr. Dinds. iii 24.305 . ós topur na tond tréorach `over the well of the mighty waters,' 286.23 . tri hespuicc ... | dorinne don triar treorach `three bishops ... he made of the three mighty ones,' BNnÉ 283.22 . Muridach treorach tírech , LL 132a44 . Eithne ben Chéin treoraig thailc, RC xlvii 292.11 . ben Trega 'na thig treorach, Acall. 1275 . ? diamsat eolach, a fionnghág, | mo ghort ni treorach tenngharg, BS 86.x . gé go ngabhthaoi-se do láimh | go treorach idir Chloinn Táil `though you have bravely undertaken,' Content. xvi 110 . saoi ba threorach, O'Rah. xv 231.

túaircnid

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Forms: tūarcnide, tuairgne

n i, m. (túarcon) in phr. t.¤ catha lit. `battle-smiter'; a leader, general, commander , apparently appointed by a king, etc. to share or be completely responsible for the command of his army: ba tuairgnid catha fria laim side ic tocbail giall ┐ cana do as cach aird, RC xxiv 180.6 . is iad ba tuarcnige catha la Muiredach Tírech na tri Collai, Laud 610, fo. 104b1 , cited RC xxiv 207 = tūarcnide, ZCP viii 318.29 . is é bá tuairgnidh catha friá laim a athar, Cóir Anm. 116 . has e cathmilid ┐ tuaircnid catha Diarmata o sun immach, Rawl. 83a32 (cf. Hib. Min. 73.3 ). is iat batar tuarcnide catha le M., LL 333a36 . is hē ba tūaircnid flatha (catha, LL 332c21 ) la Fīachaig, ūair ba hord isind aimsir sin nā téged in rí fēin isin cath, acht a thūaircnid flatha (catha, LL) dia ráith, ZCP viii 317.18 - 20 . iar m-beth d'Fiachra 'na thuairgnidh catha i n-ionadh Bhriain ag a n-dearbhráthair eile .i. Niall Naoighiallach, Hy Fiach. 308.10 . robtar iatt ba tuairgnidhe catha do righ ó Conaill, Hugh Roe 8.1 . a treoin ┐ a tuaircne catha, Celt. Rev. iv 206.30 . a thuairgneadha catha, ML 100.1 . an ridire ba tuairgnidh catha do ghallaibh, AFM iv 858.11 . a thsunn tuairgneamha catha roimhe, Cath MT 815.

Without follg. gen.: bīaid ... in tūaircnid ... fri domon ré a secht ar deich cēt, ZCP ix 450 § 7 . a n-uaiti tren-fer ┐ tuaircnedh, Celt. Rev. iv 16.21 . As a complimentary epithet: a thuairgnidh coitcheann catha, Dánta Gr. 41.105 . ? Illann cúig tuairgnib cath | tre gruig ro cuartaig a creach, BB 56a17 = ic tuarcain troch, LL 32b1 . Note also: is immdai sond tuairgne irgaile ┐ cathluan cathaise ┐ airig ardchathai ┐ airsig immbualtai, Alex. 299 (or pl. of túarcon ?).