Zeitschrift Fur Celtische Philologie Volume 6

Zeitschrift Fur Celtische Philologie Volume 6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ... barrnil, 24; probably barr uile, as emended by Dr. Meyer, bascad, 47, destroying, injuring. bata, 57, 71, 285, stick, club. bech-lus, 285, bee-plants, (i. e. honey-flowers). becni; dorindi becni, 32, 87, made light of (with the preposition do), bedgnimach, 275, 280, evil, injurious. beicedach, 295, cry, scream. belleic? 96, altar? Cf. the foot-note, best, 279, beast; a form in 6 existing alongside of 'piast'? bethadach, 92, 93, creature. bhuaim-si = aim-si, 32; bhnaind = uainn, 47; buaid = uait, 49, etc. big-urrlum, 81, swift and sudden (= bidhg-urrlum). binbe? 290, fury (MS. binle). binn-breg, 71, sweet and false. bisech 26, increase. bod 80, 93, tail. boinim (= bainim); doboin, 281, 286, took away. bord, edge; bord-briste, 42, edge-broken; see the foot-note, braighe (also braighde), 70, hostage, captive; pi. braigdi, 72. brainde, 288, water, wave? But see p. 311, n. brath; brach, 97, with neg., not at all, on no account. breath, judgment, hence choice, desire? 95, 280, 282. breoite, 61, weak, broken, feeble. bronntas (= bronntachas?), 73, gift, present. bruad; sir-bhruadh, 285, a crashing, smashing? bruinne, breast; used with reference to the breath, le h-anmainde a bruinne, 288. buaball, 32, 73, etc., urn, bugle. buan-rebtha, 103, dismantled, torn down (referring to a city); buan-used as an emphatic prefix, buidel, 283, bottle. buidertha? 26, disturbed? buile, 297, fit (of rage). buille, blow, stroke; glance (of the eye), 26; blast (of a horn), 32. bun, 45, support, reinforcement. buna? 71, bata buna borb-remur, a stout, rough stick. This is apparently the genitive of bun, stock, root, just preceding. cabuir, 68, help (== cobair). cadhla, 287, ...show more

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  • 9781236907820