mothaigid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. mothaigid or dil.ie/32608
Last Revised: 2013

Forms: mothaigedar, annu-mothaiged, annu-mothaigtis, mothaigid, mothaigios, mothaighis, mhothochus, mothugud

v g. (1 moth)

(a) is amazed ; glosses stupere in Ml. 3 s. pres. depon. mothaigedar, Ml. 26b9 . impf. annu-mothaiged, 25a12 . annu-mothaigtis, 44c6 . ? subj. pres. 3 s. co mothaigid , gl. stupeat, 25c6 . gotha a hén mar atchluinim | as trén mothaigios m'ainim wonders, is stirred (?), SG 347.25 .

(b) becomes aware of, perceives (later sense); generally of sight. ro rathaidh (.i. ro mothaig) Pátraic inní sin, Trip. li 22 = ACL iii 16 § 34. do mothaig Fer diad tinsaitin an trír, TBC-LL¹ 3838 St. mothaighis, 1347 St. (= rathaigis LL). nír mhothaidh MacD. an sluagh [sic leg.] sin, AU iii 34.4 . do mhothuigh in rí a bidbha chuice, ZCP xiii 183.21 . do mothaigset impodh ar rig Erenn beth ac Macm.¤ they perceived that to be with MacM. was to revolt against the king, RC xviii 279.4 . beith dá roinn ní mé nach mothuigh (= I am well aware that [Ireland] is being divided?), Ir. Monthly 1929, 330 § 6 . mothuigh, a duine egnuidhi, nā gaba . . . (= cave ne), Rosa Angl. 30 x . In sense feels, becomes conscious of: ro mothaig T. bet[h] ina curp fein, Aisl. Tond. 119.8 = do mothaigh se 'na chorp fein e, 143.6 . ro mothaigius a mīrūn umum, ZCP xiii 209.12 . dochualadar neart na Rómhánach ┐ níor mhothaigh siad riamh é (= Romanorum audivere sed non sensere arma), Keat. i 228.58 . níor mhothuigheadar iad féin dall, TSh. 9381. comh luadh ┐ do mhothochus tú thú féin san phecadh, Mac Aingil 55.4 (fut. rel.)). biodh nach moitheochadh fonn a rāidh, Parrth. Anma 22.7 . Folld. sometimes by DO (in Scotch Gaelic): do mhothuidh do mheirge an ríogh ag techt perceived the standard . . . advancing, Rel. Celt. ii 190. do mhothuidh MacC. . . . dō ag seoladh secha, 164.20 .Absol.: Máuir nar mothaigh who felt no lust (?), Gorm. Feb. 2 ; cf. intí bis sunn cach n-aidchi ní mothaig ní itir (= is never moved to concupiscence), Fél. 40.26 .

vn. mothugud q.v.