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marbnad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. marbnad or dil.ie/31582

 

Forms: marbna, marbnadh, -nath, -nad, -nat, marbhnuidh, -naith, -nuid, -nuit, marbhna

n ā, f., (marb + nath), later marbna. marbnadh, -nath, -nad, -nat, IGT Dec. § 12.20 . marbhnuidh, -naith, -nuid, -nuit, § 13.5 . marbhna, § 3 . An elegy, a threnody: ro chan in m.¤ -sa ic sádud na cloiche fil for a lige, LL 44b43 . dorinne in marbnadh so, TBC-LL¹ 4460 St. mac ind Fháthlega dia ndernad in marbnaid erdraicc, MacCongl. 91.26 . hi marbhnaidh Cuimine Fotæ, Corm. Y 673. ar airmidin molta ┐ marbnaide [marbnada LB] Senáin, ZCP iii 225.2 . ag denum a marbhnaide, AU iii 310.9 . adubairt B. an marbhna bhecc so, Cog. 88.17 . adubhairt an file an mhairbhne a bháis, Maguires of F. § 99. gebhad marbhnaei, Miscell. Celt. Soc. 410.9 . Common as title in bardic poetry.

2 nes(s)

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 nes(s) or dil.ie/33128

 

n o, m.

(a) a wooden mould for shaping a smith's clay furnace or oven (consisting perhaps of a cylindrical block or disk round which the clay was pressed, with a vertical handle or shaft for lifting, Joyce's Wonders of Ireland p. 238 fg. ), and by extension

(b) the clay furnace itself. bai crann ina laim . . . .i. ness a ainm, is uime dognither ind aurnaisi criadh, Corm. Y 975 s.v. nesscoit (of the smith Goibniu). Nes nomen don c[h]rund ut prediximus. Ness ainm don aurnaisi chriadh feisin, amail atbert aroile ben gobend ag denam marbnaide dia fir ... ba binde no chandais dord | fri derc a niss [neis LB] a dā bolg sweetly his two bellows chanted a refrain against the hole of the `ness', ib.; the allusion is to the hole in the furnace through which the joint nozzle of the two bellows passed. neas .i. ainm an chroinn fa ndentar an [sic leg.] urnisi chriadh isin gceardcha. n.¤ .i. ainm don urnaisi chriadh bhios isin ceardcha, O'Cl. ness.i. aurnisi criadh, H 3.18.73b ( O'Curry 16 ). ness gobann `a smith's moulding-block', Triads 148 (one of the three `renovators of the world'; the gl. .i. mála cré, p. 39 makes it refer rather to the furnace).

? Fig. mar chuiris an ghrian a gal | feadh gach tire 'na timchiol, | cuiridh Eoin teas a thoile | tre o [= a] neas eoil na hionmhoine, Arch. Hib. i 99 § 12.