2 malartaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 malartaid or dil.ie/31469

Forms: malartar, malartsom

ā, vb.

I In O. and Mid.Ir.

(a) spoils, ruins, destroys: ata urtrochta not-malartat, FB 67. duine bithbinech malartas in sochaidi, PH 4218. teine purgatoire | fir mna meic malartfidh, ZCP viii 207 § 40. malartbaid na mor-rígu, BColm. 12.22 . nā malartaid bar n-anmanda (= nolite animas vestras occidere), ZCP xii 368.26 . ros-malairt deinmne ┐ croes, PH 8398. Niall . . . ro malart a mortriucha who has brought ruin to his great cantred (sc. by his death), AU 918 = ro malairt, AFM 917. co ro malartsatar Eoroip uili ravaged , Anecd. iii 67.16 . Pass. malartar int ecraibdech-sa (= moriatur), Lat. Lives 61. is tria aíne ro malarta sochaide aile, PH 8404.

This seems to be the sense in the follg. early exx.: ni malartae-siu hua inscribiunt in tituil thou shalt not obliterate [the name David ] from the inscription (?), Ml. 74d13 , gl. ne disperdas Dauid tituli inscriptione; `thou shalt not vary from the inscription', Thes., but the gloss is further explained: ni derlega-siu ainm Duaid as in titul. tintud Septin is he fil for na psalmaib ┐ is hé ro malartad oco. tintúdh [leg. ro m.¤ ica tintúd] asind Ebre isinn Greic isin Laitin · coro certaigh Cirine which was corrupted in being translated . . . till Jerome corrected it (?), Hib. Min. 10.334 .

(b) loses? gerba mor sloigh ro malart though [Caesar ] had lost many troops, CCath. 2469 = gerbho hiat a sloga ro marbadh, F. Cf. malartfaither, PH 6063 = perdetur, Job xx 7. ro malartsom , gl. amisimus, Rawl. B 502 (? 512) fo. 67c (quoted CCath. index ).

II In later lang.

(a) changes: na malairt punc!, Luc. Fid. 275.13 .

(b) exchanges, barters: ní reacfuid é ┐ ní mhalartfuid, Ezekiel xlviii 14. ro mairnedh ┐ ro malartadh sinn we have been betrayed and sold, ZCP vi 47.32 .