Bac, -aic, m., -aice, f., orig. neuterâ€¯; a quirk, an angular space, hollow or objectâ€¯; a river turnâ€¯; b. n-aÄ‹aiá¸‹, a paddockâ€¯; mioá¸‹-á¸ƒac, mid-hollow (of the back)â€¯; fioá¸‹-á¸ƒac, a bowâ€¯; a crozier, a mattock, a billhook, a prop, a pin, a crook, a peg, a thole-pinâ€¯; a joint, a hookâ€¯; a shackle, a hindrance, a stopâ€¯; a fire-hob, a fire-prop, corner of hobâ€¯; act of supporting, holding back, hinderingâ€¯; tá ár mb. ar á¸Šia, God is our support (Cm.)â€¯; tá de á¸ƒac air, he is being held back from coming, etc.â€¯; fá á¸ƒac an á¸ŸraoiÄ¡, buried under the heather. Seebaic.