1 buga

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 buga or dil.ie/7330

Forms: bugha

n io. bugha, m., IGT Decl. § 2 (39.26) . Name of some bright-coloured flower, hyacinth (?), bluebell (?), see Hog. Luibhl. Freq. in comparisons: bugha .i. bo muc, mar atá luibh gorm no glas ris a samhailtear súile bhios gorm no glas, O'Cl. bugha .i. bó muc `a kind of very green herb called blue-bell or bluebottle, a cyanus or hyacinth ', P. O'C. cosmail fri b.¤ (.i. luibh ghormghlas, marg. sup.) a suili, BB 261a1 , IT iii 186 § 3. batar glasithir b.¤ na dí ṡúil, BDD² 24. barrán budi, buge nglé, / ba hé dath a imleisse, GJ x 579 § 3 ( YBL 127b27 ). guirme a ṡúil (sic MS.) fri mbugha barr, ZCP xiii 169.16 . [a] dá ghormshúil mar bhláth mbugha, Magauran 1327 . fa báine iná búgh a dhá shúil, ITS xxiv 12.20 . co pubaill co [mbricht mb]ugha, Acall. 795 `colour of hyacinth', Gloss. blas an b.¤ / as ní raga (of a chief), BColm. 66.z .

Compd. bantracht baillgel bugairuisc (buadroscach, v.l.), RC xxi 318 § 45.