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[149], b. (striking) umha 14 28; b. (cutting down, spoiling) croinn 56 11; b. (breaking up) both 5 4; tonn dá bh. ’n-a bharr 63 16 n; labhra do bh. a h- 10 27; do bh. uaille dhí a daoinibh 11 10; do bh. as to do away with 77 8; goimh do bh. a h- 64 18; duine do bh. a bádhadh 7 12, 15 28; b. a bosaibh  95 32 ; é do bh. ar 56 11 n; é do bh. (to take) de 3 22, 22 13, 24 5, 86 10; b. fa to have to do with 71 19; beart do bh. fúm (meaning?) 62 6; b. re to have to do with, to touch, to reach, 7 16, 11 32, 41 22, 95 14.

Aithdioghluim Dána: A Miscellany of Irish Bardic Poetry, Historical and Religious, including the Historical Poems of the Duanaire in the Yellow Book of Lecan. Vol II, Translations, Notes, Vocabulary. Editor: Lambert McKenna S.J.

(149), é do bh. de his being carried off from 1786; do bh. chean de to get duesetc. from 2598; ar mb. ó chomhghar a chéile our being kept apart 2877; b. ghréasa doing needlework&c. 4167; harvest&c. ag b. ghort 4232, do-ním b. 4233; b. iompa 2108 n.

The Book of O'Hara: Leabhar Í Eadhra. Editor: Lambert McKenna S.J.

f., act of reaping, extracting, removing, touching; vn of beanaim, q.v.;--1. act of reaping, b. an fheóir, 2644: 2. with amach, seizing, flaitheas Dé do b. ... amach 10886: 3. deriving, extracting out of (as), arna mb. a haon-charn chriadh, ‘made, obtained out of one and the same heap of clay,’ 897; ag b. oileamhna as an aoileach, ‘extracting nourishment out of dung,’ 924; an tuigsin sin do b. as, ‘to get that meaning out of it,’ 3232; b. as a bhfréamhaibh, 9459: 4. taking away from (de), an bheatha do b. don duine, 1372; ag b. mheirge...dhi, ‘removing the rust from it,’ 1858, 2138, 2381; a sochar do b. don duine, ‘depriving man of the benefits they could furnish,’ 3066; ag b. ... dhíobh, ‘depriving them (of their wealth),’ 5412; do b. a chinn de, ‘to behead him,’ 5481; a chroiceann do b. de, ‘to flay him,’ 6791 ag b. na fola dhe, ‘wiping the blood off him,’ 9785; ag b. anma an duine dhe, ‘capturing man’s soul from him,’ 10515: 5. touching, referring to (), ag b. rinn, ‘we perceive that fate affecting us,’ 3037; ní fhuil b. ag briathraibh S. ria, ‘the words of S. make no allusion to it, do not refer to that,’ 4329; b. ré teinidh mbig, ‘ignem modicum tangere,’ 6760

Trí Bior-Ghaoithe an Bháis: The Three Shafts of Death. Author: Geoffrey Keating. Editor: Osborn Bergin.