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forslondud

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Forms: f., f.

n lit. `additional name (cognomen)'; a clan belonging formally but not by blood-relationship to the dominant kindred in the territory it inhabits is called `f.¤ ' of that kindred. The `f.¤ ' may have migrated from its own district or may have occupied the territory before the arrival there of the dominant kindred to which it is attached. (cf. fortúath): hit forslointi tra la Huib Neill ... cach oen nad beir genelach ... co Niall, Rawl. 140b27 . issed dosgni forslointi dona clannaib soeraib asrubramar ma thēis nech dib asa chrīch fodeissin do chomaittreib i crīchaib ailib, amal dochuatar Ciannachta ┐ Gailenga ┐ Delbna o Chaissiul hi crīch Neill, 140b30 ( ZCP xii 435 n. 2 ). dá prímforslainniud Lagen Fothairt ┐ Laiches, Rawl. 119a2 . dā primacmi déc do Ernaib ┐ cethri forṡlointe fichet .i. da forḟlonnud [sic] cach aicme, LL 324e44 ( TBC-LL¹ p. 832 n. 3 ). de Chorco Tri ... ┐ di for[s]lontib Irmumen huile, ZCP viii 316.12 . do ḟorslointib .h. nEchach ... secht n-aithechaiccmi in tīre ria tichtain do Huib Echach: Gaelraigi ... Conaille ..., Rawl. 157.15 (= forslaintib, LL 331a22 ).

Gaileng

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pn sobriquet of Cormac great-grandson of Oilill Ólum, the eponymous ancestor of the Gailenga , q.v. Cormac G.¤ a quo na ceithre Gailenga , H 3.18, 42 ( Thr. Ir. Gl. xliv 29 ). For fanciful etymologies of the name see ib. xlii foll. (from H 3.18, 42 ). Cóir Anm. 239 . As epithet treacherous? (cf. ref. to etymologies supra) : Druth gaileng cen indtliucht, IT iii 85 § 83.

Gailenga

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n prob. orig. o-stem, but n p. in Mid. Ir. Gailenga . Treated as n s. f. : Gaileanga Mhór, IGT Decl. § 152 . A tribal name. See Mac Neill, Early Irish Population Groups . Given as `fortuatha Síl Cuind,' ib. § 123 ( H 3.17, 774 ). Mentioned with the Luigne as `deoraid,' ib. § 155 ( Lec. 460d42 ). For territories inhabited by Gailenga , see Pokorny, ZCP xi 173 seq. n p. na ceithre Gailenga , H 3.18, 42 ( Thr. Ir. Gl. xliv 29 ). ceithre Gailinga, H 3.17, 724 (Mac Neill, Early Irish Population Groups § 88 ). g p. mors Cosraich ... regis Galeng, AU i 196.11 (an. 737) . dux Galeng, i 402.5 (an. 883) . septem genera Gailinga, Mac Neill, Early Irish Population Groups § 28 . iugulatus est o Galengaibh, AU i 402.6 (an. 883) . a p. do marbad la Gailengu, i 542.z (an. 1019) . For use as a place-name, see Hog. Onom.

Gailengach

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Last Revised: 2019

n o, m. and ā, f. ( Gailenga ) IGT Decl. § 12.9 ; § 17.6 ; § 18.5 . unde Cormac Gaileng et Gaileng (Gailengaigh, v.l.) nominatur , Cóir Anm.² ii 64 § 247 .

monar

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n o, n. and m., later also ā, f. Work, occupation, employment in wide sense. m.¤ gach ní doní neach, Forus Foc. 9. m.¤ .i. obair, O'Cl. monur .i. gnim maith, H 3.18 p. 539b ( O'Curry 1300 ). monor cen oircessacht, ZCP iii 450.1 . ba he . . . a monur .i. ingairi chaerach, YBL 155a50 . ni dingnet . . . na fireóin nách monor aile, LU 2672 = RC xxv 248 § 28. monur lai a day's work, Laws ii 36.9 Comm. dena . . . do mod ┐ do m.¤ , LB 112b3 ( MacCarthy 64.16 ). m.¤ fer Fene, TBC-I¹ 1034 = obair fer F., 206 . ní ra bi isin Gréic ule nech cen m.¤ unoccupied , TTr.² 603 . ind eclas do mothugudh | ní m.¤ duine daoibil, ZCP x 45.3 . maith m.¤ fil limsa, triall occ cosnamh . . . na firinne, BNnÉ 324 § 40. Often with sense of effort, difficulty, a hard undertaking, etc.: cor bo m.¤ dó a immdítin he had hard work to defend himself, Mer. Uil. 74. gur bho leath monair dhúinn bheith ag réidhiughadh ar n-arm . . . ó chéile it required half our efforts to extricate, Ériu i 91.26 = let-monur, Cog. 182.19 . is mór in monur d'áentúaith bic fulaṅg na huli Greci, LL 234a32 ( TTr. 1277 ). Caoílti bá monor a rith who was a hard runner (?), Duan. F. i 67.26 .

Common in chevilles (generally treated as neut.): m.¤ n-ada, SR 6519. m.¤ cert, 4329 . m.¤ ndein, 4643 . m.¤ nglan, 999 . m.¤ nglé, 427 . Hy. i 37. m.¤ ngrind, Acall. 2516. monur mer, Ériu iii 142 § 2. maith an monur, Leb. Cert. 184.20 .

As ā, f. in phrase: dobeir i monair (immonair) sets about (a task, undertaking), undertakes, sets going: atagur gním mor do thabairt i mmanair .i. cocad fri Grécu, LL 228b25 ( TTr. 850 ) = do tobairt monair, BB 422a43 . is me dobeir dogres i monoir [sic leg.] catha ┐ debtha, Aen. 1691. is rit doraga inní doberi [leg. dobir i] monair your own machinations will turn against you, 1750 . da tuccadh si immonair anmanna . . . do todusccadh, CCath. 4095. ni leicci a torractain immonair thou dost not allow it to be carried out, 4042 . With omission of prep.: cidh edh doberadh somh monair co ndingéntais tir ṡoimtecht[a] do mhuincinn mara . . . ro soised leo even if he had set them to work to make traversable land of the surface of the sea, they would have succeeded, CCath. 3452. ic tairmesc sida . . . ┐ ic tabairt cogaid manair setting on foot war, BB 254b18 . asé . . . tuc monoir cath eitir feraibh T. ┐ Gailenga who brought about battle, CS 164.3 .