brogda

Cite this: eDIL s.v. brogda or dil.ie/6931

adj (bruig) having to do with lands, farms (?) ; increasing, extending (of lands, riches) ; strong ; mighty, etc.: broghdha .i. iomarcach, O'Cl. bruachdha .i. broghdha .i. céimnightheach, ib. bruachdha .i. broghdha, no mór, ib. cāch do inluch dogra drenn / ba hē bēs b.¤ Briccrenn, Corp. Gen. 272. 19 . ricfa broínd na Berba birdha broghda with farmlands (?), IT iii 89 § 117 . oc Taig hua m Buidēn mb.¤ ` landed ', Arch. Hib. ii 95 § 34. fer borb b.¤ iarom im longud ┐ im ligi, LU 6708 (TBC). buachaill b.¤ ic a (sc. fearchú) brostad ` sturdy ', MR 200.2 . daine b.¤ ` powerful ', Ann. Conn. 1256.9 . lem banais mbrogdha, ZCP viii 226 § 18. seoladh loinne . . . / cuing an bhuinne is bróghdha breis `the chieftain's sway that ever doth increase', Ó Bruad. iii 212.4 . Compar. as broghdha cráobh Mháighe is Mór `mightier (than A.) the chieftain of Máigh and M.' (Notes), Bard. Synt. Tr. 11 § 199.9 .