n (bán + 1 apad) lit. white notice. Term for an offence
or notice of an offence appar. less serious than that termed
dergapad, bánapad seemingly being to feed and shelter one
whose proscription for a crime committed by him is not
known to the harbourer while in the case of dergapad the
harbourer does know of the proscription. ma iar ndenam
foghla . . . is lethfiach inn; gin urogra andso. Madh iar
nurfogra . . . is a fegadh an dergapa[d], no in banapa[d],
44c). se ba gu nuingi for nech biathas
fer nurfocra tar crich .i. cumal ban-aba[i]dh so a lesugh[ad]
┐ a comairlegadh anurraid,
Laws iii 388.2 Comm.
banapaidh fil i mbiathad do mic . . . tar sarugadh,
cach cin dodena tar banapad oc in fir fine is a trian
iii 60.9 Comm.
Cf. deithbir itir in mban-apadh ┐ in
derg-apadh. . . . In ban-apadh in biathadh ┐ in ditiu re
ndénum cinad. In derg-apadh .i. in biathad ┐ in ditiu iar
(H. 3. 17, 679b). Cf. also O'Donovan,
Laws iii 60 n. 1
: ` "banapadh" occurs when a man is pro-
claimed and the friend who entertains him does not know it.'