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1 bertaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 bertaid or dil.ie/5738

n m. (bert): Briōn Badgna b.¤ graig handler of horses (?), ZCP viii 118 § 26. aindlighe an Bheartuidhe ghruamdha dhuibh trickster (?) (of the Devil), Hackett xxv 7 .

2 bertaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 bertaid or dil.ie/5739

v (bert) brandishes, flourishes; shakes, tosses; makes quake (some of follg. exx. perh. to be taken as forms of beirid): fer borb bertas bróengó, MU² 486. b.¤ a echlasc bar in sluag, 692 . no bertatís a tengtha ina cendaib (of serpents), Alex. 726. Fig.: bertsait mórgnimu noí meic Carbada uill, LL 13466. ? fri boidb hi mbroí bertas (rhet.), BDD² 1043. ? bertfaid mór ō Laignib milliud a báiguil, ZCP xii 236 § 55. con crothsat ┐ con bertsat in talmain caused the ground to shake and quake, TBC 3385. bertais a druimm fria sliss in rīgt[h]ige `he pressed his back against', Aisl. MC 53.2 . bertais a s[h]altair essi, 59.18 . bertais uaid anes do Sleib Mairge `he hurled it' (a spear), RC v 202 § 24. go ro bertsatar (co rucsat.v.l.) iṅgni na tarb ferchubat fir i talmain é arna bás (`trampled him', Táin 4881 ), TBC 6155. Fig. ? bertaid -si aichni aicbeil forin scel sin, ┐ teid a ciall uaiti `turned a terrified attention', Aen. 791.