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2 fothach

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n s, n. rendered by Binchy ` base (of the mill)' and analyzed as fo + tech `under house' a lit. rendering of the term for the lower chamber of the Shetland mill described by Curwen. f.¤ muilinn .i. linn mhuilinn, O'Cl. dorochair an macaomh i fothaig in mhuilinn go ro báidedh BNnÉ 27 § 22 . roreithetar ... dochum muilind ... co mbátar im charr an moil isind ḟothaig, Hib. Min. 70 § 1 = raithset co fothach muilind m.D ... sind fothaich, Rawl. 134b46 - 7 . xv scripaill do lind ┐ .v. scripaill innir [ = a mir ?] o thobur cu lind ┐ .v. s. do fothaigh, O'D. 2318 ( Rawl. B 506, f. 32b2 ). luan d othaigh mairt do lind ib. O'D. 2317 (of rotation in use of a mill). See Binchy, Ériu xvii p. 84 f .

1 fulacht

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Forms: -aicht, -achta

n u, m. (cf. fulacht m. g s. -aicht and -achta, given under decl. of beandacht, but proscribed as a faulty form, IGT, Decl. § 25 ). The original sense is uncertain ; recess, cavity (?) ; cf. caide i nduine aitreibh an ghotha ? .i. i bfulachtaibh taoibh ┐ tromchridhe, Ériu xiii 36.5 . 24 . ceithre huide [an ghotha] .i. a f.¤ go druim, a druim go bruinne, a bruinne go braighe, a braighe go beola, 36 . im-foilge guth i bfulachtaibh taoibh, 37.21 (= i bfolachtaibh toib, O'Dav. 1094 ).

Freq. in the meaning cooking-pit, fireplace (usually out of doors, in a wood), hence also the act of cooking, esp. roasting or baking: co n-accai in fer ocond ḟulucht i mmedón ind feda ... oc funi in tuircc, LU 4948 . o ro ṡernad Noísi ... fulocht for feda fianchlar | millsiu cach biud ... | araralad mac U., LL 261a25 ( LMU 17 ). (in list of common rights in a territory :) f.¤ cacha chaille .i. in ni ara ndentar f.¤ isin caill .i. ind[i]uin (see indeóin), Laws v 482.26 (484.12) . ag ... for fulucht ... ag ... inbruithe `a calf ... to be roasted ... a calf ... to be boiled ii 252y ( SM Facs. 31a , ZCP xiv 355 ). triar oc dénam fulochta (in an `imda') LU 7658 ( BDD 123 ). (in an encampment :) do hordaigheadh aca ... a bhfeasa ┐ a bhfulachta `their feasts and their cookings' ML 76.13 (1079) . fianbotha folachta, Cog. 60. 10 . dogniat ... fianbotha f.¤ ┐ feolchombach, Hugh Roe 132.11 (f.35b) . eoin a doiribh ... | rosoichtís f.¤ Fénne, Acall. 732 . ainm in chiuil dignitis na fianae um an bf.¤ fiansae, Corm. Y 562 . saigid folachtai co tinntud uad dot tig (a journey permitted on Sunday) LB 204b40 = s. foluchta, Anecd. iii 22 . ce atagtha for fulochtu iarum conusnesta ina carnu `on cooking-hearths' Ériu ii 122 § 63 . cf. um Dheirg ... dar cheird ... falocht i bhfinnḟeadhaibh, DDána 83.21 . i fianboith folachtae i ccuas cairrgi (where the outlawed Earl of Desmond was captured in 1583) AFM v 1794.1 . cf. féarbhoth [fian-, Atk.] fhulachta ` cooking-booth ' TSh. 5946 (disparaging simile of the world). folach fiann .i. both folachta, Laws i 206.4 Comm. `inadh fulachta so', ar F., `┐ is cian o dorindedh'. `Is fír, ar C., `┐ f.¤ na Morrighna so, ┐ ní déntá gan uisci', Lism. L. xliii . fulacht na Morrigna in so .i. blogh di feoil huim ┐ araili di ḟeoil ḟonaithi ┐ mir n-immi irse ┐ ni legad a n-im ┐ ba fonaithi a n-om ┐ ni ba loiscthi an bruithi ┐ moale nobitis a triur for in mbir, YBL 419a12 . Cf Fulacht na Morrigna and so .i. crand a roth ┐ crand a mol edtir teine ┐ uisci ┐ iarand a corp ┐ da nai rethlen as an moil sin, etc. Celt. Rev. viii 74 . cf. also Triads 120 . isind crand fulucht fianachta `the appropriated tree' Laws i 206.12 Comm. (referring to : im crand ngabala bis i ndithrib, 202.2 ; leg. crand-fulacht or crand fulachta ?). oc fulucht draidechtae brewing magic potions RC xii 100 § 133 . dē en foulachtae the fumes of the concoction, ib. bidh e an t-ionadh ainglidhe | a mbia fian bān i foluc[h]t, BNnÉ 193 § 13 .

By extension, the contents of the pit, food cooked: ba do gessib Con C. cen adall fulachta dia chaithim, LL 120a 14 . dia mbad ḟulocht mór nobeth and ib. 18 . co mbert a f.¤ n-uadaib carried off the food they had cooked RC xxv 344.3 . ba ferr folacht Formáoile | tri cháoga damh ... um cháoga muc, Duan. F. i 15.11 . ollamh re fagháil fulachta (= praeparatis ad escam) TSh. 7996 .

In later times certain spots were popularly called fulachta Fian (na bhF.) : do bhíodh do mhéid na dteinnte-se go bhfuilid a láithreacha dubhloiscthe i mórán d'áitibh i nÉirinn aniú ┐ is diobh ghairmid na criadhaireadha Fulacht Fian, Keat. ii 5113 .

The phrase FOR F.¤ camping ; in hiding is perhaps another extension : Ri dochoid fecht for folocht | ... diaro chind Iudas in mbrath | dia mbui i nGlind Iosofath, SR 7737 (hardly a ref. to the Last Supper, as suggested Duan. F. iii . More probably to Gethsemane). But a commoner word for this is folachta, q.v.

milgetan

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Last Revised: 2019

Forms: milgitan, m., milgitan, milgitáin

n o, m., name of a joint or portion of meat assigned to certain classes in the banqueting-hall at Tara; expld. Corm. Y 860 : m.¤ .i. maol .i. molc[h]uiten .i .cuit Muil dorsada Temro = milgitan, Corm. p. 28 ; similarly H 3.18 p. 636c ( O'Curry 1412 ): milgedan .i. . . . cuit Moil ar is e aighe dobertha dó. In the plan of the hall of Tara in LL 29 the m.¤ appears distinct from the mael, and is assigned to the tuathait, rannairi and iascairi, luamairi, rathbuigi and obraigi. milgitan, Petrie's Tara 202.7 (YBL). n p. milgitáin, Petrie's Tara 203.14 .

moil

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n (? móil ) i, f. a mass, heap, pile . In follg. exx. from CCath. seems used to render Lat. mōles: co ndernai aenmoil trein tomaithnigh dona huilib, 977 (of entrails used in augury , cf. videt . . . fibrarum increscere molem, Luc. Phars. i 627 ). dognitis m.¤ nemcumsccaicthe in talman do cumscugud, 3940 (cf. tantae molis onus, Luc. Phars. vi 483 ). ro dercsat na moli [móli v.l.] mora for fogluasacht, 2654 (of rafts, called moles , Luc. Phars. iv 453 , 456 , 462 ). do tenntibh . . . ┐ do molaibh [moilibh v.l.] carracc, 1888 (= flammis et magnae fragmine molis, Luc. Phars. iii 493 ). cur croithestair slíabh nE. uadh ina mbui da moilib sena snechtaidi masses of snow, 864 . Fig. truagh don tí mheallas moil breige as beg ttoraidh whom a deceitful mass of unprofitable trifles deludes, ZCP ii 583.22 (end of 16th or beginning of 17th cent.). See mul.

moíl

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x see 1 mael.

1 mol

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Forms: m., moil, moil, mula, mul

n o, m., an axle or rotating shaft, esp. the shaft of a (horizontal?) mill-wheel. m.¤ , Laws i 124.18 (one of the parts of a mill). herintiu .i. cloc beg bis for cinn in muil, uirri impas in m.¤ , 140.19 Comm. muilend .i. m.¤ ┐ hond (.i. ar issed deide as maillem i mmuilend), Corm. p. 29. mátan maglorci amal m.¤ mulind, FB 37. BDD 85. co suifid fuil m.¤ for lár ind liss, so that the blood would turn a mill-shaft, IT i 105.14 . la tascad in muil, Hib. Min. 70 § 2 = moil , Rawl. rí Mide na mmol `of the mill-shafts', Arch. Hib. ii 85 § 48 = LL 185a54 . In wider sense: m.¤ túrnach `stock of spinning-wheel', O'Gr. Cat. 143.6. Fulacht na morrigna . . . crand a roth ┐ crand a m.¤ . . . ┐ dā nai rethlenn as an moil sin axle (of a cooking-spit), Mackinnon Cat. 133.10 (treated as ā, f.). mul na róithléan, 1 Kings vii 32. mula axle-trees , ib. 33 . mul `an axil', Eg. Gl. 522. See 2 mol.

mul

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Forms: mol

n o, m., a globular mass, heap, lump , etc., used in various applications; the form mol also occurs. m.¤ .i. cruinniughadh (i.e. a collection or heap ?), O'Cl. ; the same gloss is given under mol. colt mbodba | m.¤ macha, RC xv 433.24 ( Dinds. 42 ); cf. mol macha .i. cruinniughadh badhb, O'Cl. s.v. macha. imreditis a t[h]raigthi iarma ┐ a escata remi ┐ muil a orcan fora lurgnib the balls of his calves, TBC-I¹ 1451. cainnel . . . do tummud a mul imme no gereth in a pat (?) of butter or lard, Cáin Ad. § 2 (`bowl' Gloss.). ro batar dā charn nó dá mhul don snechta i ndorus an dúnaidh, BNnÉ 34.21 . méadaighther fri mul do charraic, FDG 138 v.l. = médithir fri mulba, text. ? drong ele le leccaibh . . . aga tilgen do [sic leg.] mullaibh na mor-cathrach ` turrets ', ZCP vi 46.31 (leg. mullach?).

Compds. ¤cend around head: méit muilcind milead a chend, Corm. p. 36.37 s.v. prúll. la taebh muílcheand moradhbal cnam heaps (?), BB 257b14 . Hence adj. ¤chennach: siollaire mer muilchennach ` daring, towering (?) layer-on of strokes', O'Gr. Cat. 583.36 (poem written in 1700). ¤cloch f. : mul-cloc[h]a glac `conical (? round) handstones' (as missiles), CCath. 5657. ¤cnoc a rounded or blunt hill; a lump: combá métithir cend maic mís cach mulchnoc dímór díbide (of knotted muscles), TBC-I¹ 1938 = TBC-LL¹ 2600. ¤dorn a clenched fist: meitithir m. míled, TBC-LL¹ 2597 = muldord, TBC-I¹ 1936. ¤elta (pl.) hilt of a sword (one terminating in a ball or knob?): claidib co muleltaib óir, TBC-LL¹ 178 , cf. 3738 . ¤lethan a broad crown (of the head): as sobriquet: ro lethai cend inna noíden forsin chloich conid de ro boí Fiacha Mullethan fair, LL 290b 11 = RC xiii 452.9 ; cf. Cóir Anm. 42 (Muillethan) and ZCP viii 309.18 ; the form Munlethan occurs ZCP viii 309.21 ; 314.13 , 17 .

See also moil and rothmol.

roithlén

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Forms: roithleun, roithleáin

n o, m. (roth) a wheel : roithleun `a wheel', Eg. Gl. 522 . mar raithlean (= ad modum circuli), Rosa Angl. 210.4 . re saeb-roithlen sar-muilinn, MR 256.9 . fulacht na Morrigna . . . crand a roth ┐ crand a mol . . . ┐ da nai rethlen as an moil sin `pulleys (?)', Mackinnon Cat. 133.10 , cf. da nae roithlenn ina mhol, Celt. Rev. x 346.5 (Lismore). pl. roithléin na gcarbad, Exodus xiv 25 . roithleáin, Ezekiel i 21 . ceithre roithleáin, x 9 .

2 taescach

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n [ā, f. ?] (taesc) act of pouring, gushing: in tóescach ┐ in tinsaitin na fola ... a ballaib na n-écland, RC xiii 456.23 . Cf. perh. atroe a ṅ-geguin la toescaich in moil , Hib. Min. 70.23 (but tascad `pressure,' v.l.).

taescaid

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v ā (taesc) pours out, bales: amail eoin taescait a lomanna (gl. on tuiscleimnig), H 3.18, 322 ( O'Curry 660.20 ). gur taosgadh trom-aidhle teacht-fhola a cneasaibh curadh, CRR² 86.24 . as dearbh deimhin ná ro thaoscc muir ┐ na ro fogluais gaoth a hÉirinn ... lucht aon luinge báttar ferr, AFM vi 2358.8 . ro thaoscc an muir bleidhmiola mó a fearonn, Leb. Gab.(i) 66 n. 8 . taoisg an fhairrge amach 'sa isteach ... soitheach taoisgthe, MacCongl. 132.32 , 34 .

Vn. taescad: t.¤ ┐ tesbach a fhola, RC xv 333.13 . ac t.¤ a huisqui as a hichtur (of a ship), TTebe 1980 . la toescad (toascad, toescaich, tascad, v.ll.) in moil on account of the baling (action) of the millshaft (?) Celtica xv 61 . ól na Sionaine tirim nó a taosgadh, ZCP v 223.740 (Midn. Court).