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1 bennach

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Forms: beannach

n (cf. bennachaid, bennacht) beannach m., IGT Decl. § 11. b.¤ , Verbs § 94 . act of blessing; a blessing: do bí an baile gan bendach, IGT Verbs ex. 882 = Decl. ex. 490. gan Tadhg do bheanna[ch] do bhí / gach teallach ard fa uirrí, ex. 442 = Verbs ex. 879 .

2 bennach

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adj o, ā (benn) pointed, peaked; horned: b.¤ gl. cornutus, Sg. 60a5 .

(a) Of animals, etc.: arbūaib bendachaib (rhetoric), TBC-I¹ 1002. a mmil mbeannach dobert an mhuir `horned beast', Ériu ii 118 § 57. bó bendach, TTebe 36 . guna búar b.¤ , BNnÉ 287.5 . a énín bhrat-ghlas bh.¤ `sharp-beaked', SG 56.34 . Note also bó binnech (beinnech, v.l.), Triads 85 .

(b) Other applications: ra gabastar a da ṡleig chendchritháncha bennacha, TBC-LL¹ 4604. a gabáil ṡréin brainig bennaig (of a bridle) edged with points (?), Murphy Metrics 69 § 75 ; `ornamented with horn (?)´ EIS 217 . fithchell cona foirind bláith bric bendaig, MacCongl. 118.29 . ailgim bairc mbennaig, YBL 16b28 . dá mac Taidg na mbarc mb.¤ ` sharp-prowed ', O'Gr. Cat. 360.27. ceoltigi béndacha ` pinnacled ', Trip. 34.11 . múr roidhil síthbheannach sliom, DDána 117.4 . do ibhinn fíon . . . / as barr a mbuabhall mbeannach `horn goblets', KMMisc. 352.20 . tucus-sa cúach mbendach mbán `pointed', Metr. Dinds. iii 120.13 . mo shaltair bennach bordbrecc `decorated (?)´ Celtica xxiii 309, 311 . See trebennach.

As subst. bendac[h] .i. gobal fork, Corm. Y 189. O'Cl. Temair cech mb.¤ mbirda `every peaked and pointed hill', Metr. Dinds. i 10.19 . (name of a bull) Findbennach the White-horned, LU 10401. (of a cross) a bheannach bhuadhach, DDána 41.31 .

de-bennach

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adj o-ā. Two-peaked : claidib debennacha móra, LL 253 a 5 . lannchloidme lethanḟoda cona urdhornaib debhendacha, Hugh Roe 96. 4 . Opp. oenchennach : ar ní mó is bachall ind óenchendach crom oldáss an debennach díriuchcenn, D IV 2, 53 b 2 .—Benn refers to the peak or top of the sword-hilt, cf. benn chlaideb, LU 95 a 2 ; co cloidmib benndornchuir, Hugh Roe 72. 5 .—Cf. trí- and cethir-bennach .