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cumachtach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. cumachtach or dil.ie/13789

Forms: cumachtaig, cumhachdach, lasnacumachtgu

adj o, ā (cumachtae). Later also com-. powerful, mighty; invested with (magical) powers; ingraintid c.¤ gl. persecutor . . . potens, Ml. 54b19 . gl. potitus, 67c15 . cumachtaig gl. potiti, 69a3 . nírbu ch.¤ som, 72b4 . nidanchumachtig fornirisse gl. non quia dominamur fidei uestrae, Wb. 14c41 ( GOI 159 ). an fleasc c.¤ (of rod of Moses), Blathm. 83 . imón comdid c.¤ , LU 1990 (FA). a caraid cumachtaigh his fairy friends, TBC St. 4912 . fer c.¤ (Fergull Monach) with magical powers, Cóir Anm. 205 . luibi cumachtacha, TTebe 1156 . is c.¤ í a naigid flux na fola, O'Gr. Cat. 227.11 . comhchumhachdach so ar Dhia, Rial. S.F. 611 `influential with God', Gloss.

Compar. cumachtchu gl. potior, Sg. 39b3a . masa cumachtachi e, RC v 199.29 . is cumhachtuighe thú . . . ná sinn, Gen. xxvi 16 . Superl. rí . . . as cumachtachom, BDD² 1071 .

As subst. cumhachdach m., IGT Decl. § 22 . mighty one, ruler; wizard : amal bidalaili chumachtaig gl. alicuius potentis, Ml. 42c19 . lasnacumachtgu, 59d7 . dinaib cumachtgaib echtrannaib `foreign powers', 26b20 . cumachtgu ón gl. superiores, 101d7 . ni bí c.¤ cenpeccad gl. pro potentibus peccatores possuit, 103c3 . arnaib cumachtgaib ón, 7 . ca c.¤ rap ḟerr? (a chief), LL 3221 . ol na fil c.¤ lib gid do cumscudud gid urd aen laithi, Laws i 22.23 Comm. mo chlaidem . . . is c.¤ dam, TTebe 4064 . cumachtaig maithe wizards, ML² 724 . a Chómhachtaigh aoird (of God), Celtica iv 105 § 3 . a chomhachtaigh, a Cholmán, Bard. P. 16.14 . ar ba c.¤ si ┐ bantuathaid ` witch ', RC xxiv 178.19 . Cf. bandrai ┐ banc.¤ , ZCP xii 252.15 .

Mumu, Muma

Cite this: eDIL s.v. Mumu, Muma or dil.ie/32829

Forms: Muman, Mumhan, Mumen, Mumain, Muma, -n, -in, Muman

pn n, f., the province of Munster ; Latinized as Mumonia or Momonia (-enia, -inia), cf. name given to the inhabitants: Mumanenses, AU 774 , Mumenenses, 793 ; g p. Muminensium, 774 , Thes. ii 276.36 (Adamn.). Desmumu . . . Tuathmumo, Rawl. 83b7 . g s. Muman, AU 727 , 734 , 817 , 825 et pass. Mumhan, 724 . bellum Mumen, 778 , cf. 792 . ri Mumun, Laws v 110.16 ; but: i tir Mumæ, Thes. ii 269.35 ( Ardm. 15b2 ), possibly ds. in apposition. a d s. inter Mumain et Laigniu, AU 734 ; for Mumain, 792 , 822 (usual form); but: de Mume, 734 , 775 (Lat. text). mac I. di Mumae, 825 . itir U Neill ┐ Muime, 775 . di Muma, TBC-I¹ 2919. din Mumu, 184 ( LU 4645 ). Muma (g s. -n, d s. -in), IGT Dec. § 8.8 .

Muma [Mumu v.l.] de nomine alicuius regis .i. Echu Múmo, Corm. Y 884. Mumu . . . ó ainm righ baí fuirri .i. Eochaid Mumo, Cóir Anm. 1. Eochu Múmo mac Mafemis o ráter Mumo, LL 18a1 . g p. deredh cnicht na cóic Muman , IGT Dec. ex. 300 (for the five Munsters see Ériu ii 49 fg .).

óclach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. óclach or dil.ie/33460

Forms: óclaech, óclaech, óclaig, ócláig, óclaige, óclacha, óclaích, óclaig, ócláoich, oclachu, óglaoch, óglách

n ā, f. and o, m. Prob. orig. fem., a formation from óc analogous to 1 echlach, midlach; later analysed as óc+laech and freq. written óclaech (-láech) in Mid.Ir. down to the classical period; n s. óclaech, LU 10690 (M), 3455 (H), ócláech, 3835 (H). Treated as fem. ā- stem: a s. óclaig, LU 4861 (M) = TBC-LL¹ 372 ; LU 5223 (M). d s. fónd ócláig , TBC-LL¹ 1815. do gilli nō óclig, Mon. Tall. § 41. dond oclaéich, Fianaig. 24.6 . g s. inna óclaigi, Lat. Lives 53.13 (= in óclaig, Trip. 152.7 Rawl.). na óclaige, TBC-LL¹ 5192. óclaige, Fianaig. 26.2 . n p. óclacha, LL 229b22 ( TTr. 916 ). The declension as o, m. is found early and later prevails: g s. óclaích, LU 6471 (M); ind óclaig , TBC-LL¹ 5197 . ? n p. ócláoich, Mon. Tall. 145.11 . a p. oclachu, Fianaig. 26.16 . Mod. óglaoch, óglách (TSh.), óglach.

(a) a young man (of one who has attained manhood): eirġes int oclaech (= iuvenis), Lat. Lives 106.17 . robad báeth dond óclaeich comrac frisin fer líath, Fianaig. 24.6 . i ṅdeilb gilla, i ndeilb senorach, i ndeilb óclaich, PH 1741. a óclaich thait- nemaig! (of an angel), 7193 . gilde ┐ ócláoich, Mon. Tall. § 48. go bhfuilim i n-aois óglaoich, Dán Dé xxv 39 (i.e. 30 years, see § 40 ). Esp. in compd. maethóclach a lad, stripling : móethoclaech sáer, SCC 23. PH 6623 , 6555 ; see maeth.

(b) generally a young warrior and hence often a warrior, soldier in wide sense: Cuchulaind . . . in t-ócláech a Murtemne, SCC 37. na fuil in nhErind . . . óclach macsamla Conchobair, TBC-LL¹ 875. óclach seta fada . . . i n-airinuch na budni sin, 5170 . buiden cet óclách, CRR 49. oclach do daghcenel, Laws iv 352.1 . i cath chroderg áclách `in the gore-red battle of warriors', PRIA iii 540 § 4 ( LL 146b7 ). sochaidi do droch-oclaichaib, Cog. 170.13 . a n-ógbaid ag adhrad . . . dá n-órarmaib, na hóglaích ag saigid na senarm (i.e. experienced soldiers), Caithr. Thoirdh. 40.7 . a uaisle, a airigh, a fhorusocclaoigh his veterans, AFM vi 2126.24 .

(c) an attendant, servant, vassal : delb inna óclaigi fil fo[t] teig-siu (= iuvenis de tua familia), Lat. Lives 53.13 . i ferund arole óclaig (= alicuius plebei), 110.11 ( LB 32a22 ). atai-siu hi t' óclach do Cessair (of Pontius Pilate), PH 2818. na tigernada . . . bít oc dénum adbair do argain na n-óglach their subjects, 7528 . Of disciples or followers of saints: as íatt cét-óclaigh battar acc Maodhócc, BNnÉ 264 § 226. occlach Máodhócc (= M. 's coarb, successor), 259 § 218 . This sense is the usual one in early Mod.Ir.: an t-óglách . . . nach déin do réir thoile a thighearna, TSh. 3476. óglaoigh éadtarbhacha (= servi in- utiles), 10873 . bhur n-oglaoich ┐ bhur mhanóglaoich your men-servants and your maid-servants, Deuter. xii 12. nā sanntaigh . . . óglach nā inilt . . . do chomharsan, Parrth. Anma 142.11 . ag friotháileamh da hoide amhail bhanóglaoich, Keat. ii 4699. Anselmus óglách eagailse Chanterburie (= ser- vus ecclesiae), iii 45 . do dhíoghail a óglaoich ar c[h]loinn Uí Dh. vassal, AFM iii 648.3 . óglách dileas Dé (of St. Dominic), Dán Dé iv 18.

sringc(n)e

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n (sreng) navel-string, umbilical cord : iar srinci ōic, RC xxvi 18 § 38 (srincni, srincne, v.ll.), .i. nomen alicuius partis paruae quae sit in ore infantis in utero matris, cuius nomen est srinci; see p. 64 . sringne .i. ainm an roinn bhig (sic leg.) bhios a mbél na náoidhean a mbroinn a mathar, O'Cl. fath fotrūair gan miomraissi | a beith ina occ iár sringcne, ZCP vii 305.27

? tecla

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ind triar hi tuaith is la fine a nothrus ... t.¤ lige, glossed in duine sirg doloris alicuius absque vulneracione `three persons whose nursing devolves on their kin ... a bedridden person (?) ... the withered person,' Ériu xii 10 § 8.