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BH [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

BH
REATHA, severe injury, destruction : applied to a drenching from rain ({Citation: List of words mostly from Rosses and Gweedore by A O'Doherty}). HARCAIDHEACH, -DHIGHE, {adjective} severely wounding;
BUILLE BHH a severely wounding blow.
BH
A CHINN ROIMIS, straight on, head FOREMOST, headlong;
I MBH A CHINN, {idem} BHH NA {genitive}--LÁR, {adverb} completely, absolutely, {also, alias} suddenly;
BHH i N-ÁIRDE, mouth up, {also, alias} wide Open ({especially} as a gate);
BH NA FIRINNE, a mason's plumb;
BH MÓR, gunwale ({Citation:Antrim -- mostly word list by Aoidhmhín Mac Gréagóir});
BH FCAIR, interval between two fishing nets joined together;
A BHÉIL NA SEAGHAISE, O maid of the delightful lips;
entrance, river, mouth, {et cetera} common in place names;
e, {genitive} BH --EIRSTE, Belfast;
BHH IIISE, whence vsalentia, lit, approach to the island;
BHH.ATHA NA MUICE, swinford, lit, ford-approach;
{dative singular} BEOL, sometimes nam. : {genitive} {singular} {also, alias} BEOIL, {plural} BEOLA, BEOIL, common in poet.;
A LABHARTHA BEOIL, her words. {Regional:Leighin.}-.ÉAL-, BÉIL-, in {compounds},..mouthed, -lipped, -faced, first;
{also, alias} BEOL-, BEOIL-;
BEOL-TAIS, SOFT-LIPPED;
BÉIL-MHILIS, SWEET-LIPPED;
BEOIL-CHLISCE, witty.
BH
has a wider signification than BÓTHAR;
BIONN SCONNSA {le?} BÓTHAR, a BÓTHAR has fences, a BEALACH need not have;
BEALACH is used as a common word for road or way in {Regional:Uladh};
common in place-names : BHH AN DOIRÍN, Ballaghaderreen;
BHH CISIN, a steep mountain pass in iveragh ({Regional:Kerry});
AN BHH MÓR, a road across Bere Island, {plural} manners.
BH
, diminishing by going off in vapour (as boiling water, {et cetera});
BHH NA FAIRRGE, agitation of the sea.
BH
RÁIDHTE, whose words were vigorous (C. {Regional:Mumhan});
BREATHAIN GO BHH contemplate with a lively interest (C. {Regional:Mumhan});
stimulating (of drink, {et cetera});
BÁR BHH a violent or sudden death;
-AMHAIL, {idem} e.{genitive} FEOIL BHH, Energising meat.
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