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clúm(th)ach

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adj o, ā (clúm) downy, soft; hairy : nír ghab édach clúmhach ná bog uime, SG 16.18 . cneas clumhach fionnfadhach do bhí ag Esau, Eochairsg. 60.27 . amhuil éudach clumhthach (of Esau), Gen. xxv 25 . clúmhach, molach, garbh, Eg. Gl. 115 . As epithet: Caiseal Clúmach rí Lochlann, CF² 11 .

2 mol

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n o, m., seems used of a constantly reiterated refrain or noise . Possibly a fig. use of 1 mol, in allusion to the continuous rotation or splashing of a mill-shaft: milgetan ... .i. cuit Muil dorsada Temro. Mol didiu [a] ainm ade dāig in muil no ferad forsna doínib .i. `taít as, taeit ind !' Inde dicitur molac[h], Corm. Y 860 ; cf. ut dicitur molach .i. is cosmail fri Mol, ar ní anad side do labrad coidchi a n-asbered side: taeit ind, taeit as, O'Mulc. 818. a ben ucut, na fer m.¤ frisin marb, LL 275a9 = Mór M. § 6 ( PRIA xxix 265 ). ba mol Mídend midlaige | memais Linnmuine tar Līathmuine '"Linnmuine will burst forth across Líathmuine" was a phrase constantly repeated by Mídenn the fool', Aided Echach 96 § 4(a) . mol .i. glorach (= glór?); molmar .i. glorach, O'Curry See also 1 molach and molmar.

1 molach

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adj o, ā. wordy, verbose? dofairchechnatar donicfed faith forbannach . . . ┐ forcetal n-anetarcnaid lista m.¤ tremdéa tar muir anall (= prophetabant morem exterum futurum cum ignotā doctrinā molestā longinquo trans maria advectum), Lat. Lives 2.8 = Trip. 32.31 ; perh. referring to the reiterations in the Christian ritual, unintelligible to the uninitiated, = jabbering? See also Corm. Y 860 and O'Mulc. 818 quoted under 2 mol.

2 molach

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x see also mothlach.

molmar

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Forms: molmhar

adj o, ā. loquacious, having much to say ? la Moise modmar cen meth, | sech ba m.¤, ba mertnech, SR 4572 (of Moses appointing judges to assist him; having much speaking, he was weary?). ciadfes scēla tuir Temhrach, domgēna medrach molmar (molfach, v.l.), ITS xli 278 § 68 = ci adfeas scela tuir Theamrach dodhena meadhrach molbar, BB 37b44 . molmar .i. glórach, O'Cl. molmhar ` noisy ', O'R. Poems Cf. 2 mol & 1 molach .