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aintrennda

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aintrennda or dil.ie/1559

 

Forms: aindrenda

adj (aintrend). Also aindrenda. strong, fierce, rough, etc. Freq. of persons and animals: duine aindreannda agarbh aindgidh, TFrag. 162.19 . anraidh . . . antrenta, CCath. 5368 . slóigh . . . aindreanda Uladh, ML 82.3 . co gnuis mucnai n-aintrenntai, BLism. 109b27 . an ben . . . uathmar antreannta, Ériu v 148.39 . ainmide adbul ainttrendda, BNnÉ 222.23 . o threthan . . . na heachraidhi āille andrennda ēgcēillidhi, Fl. Earls 186.11 . Of battles: gleo amnus aindreanda, Hugh Roe 72.25 (fo. 19b) . urluighi arrachta ainntreannta, ZCP vi 275.5 . tuccus urchar ainttrennta / don chlocc chrúaidhsi atchí, Irish Texts iv 72 § 12 . iorghal aighthidhe ainttrennda, AFM vi 1950.24 . ba h-aindreanda ainiardha an imaireacc, v 1428.13 . do sgainnir . . . aindreanda, MR 272.15 . Of land rough, unproductive: gebus iatha aindtréannta, Leb. Cert. 198.11 ( BB 278a9 ). iatha aindtrenta, LL 386a27 . aindreannda .i. ainmín, O'Cl. Superl. ri . . . is antrenta re hescardib, Ann. Conn. 1224.2 .

crád

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Forms: chráidh

n (g s. chráidh, Rial. S.F. 159 ). torment, anguish, misery; act of tormenting, persecuting , etc.: crād graece cratai dirae mucnai , O'Mulc. 207 . ba haithrech lais crādh Cāier, Corm. Y 698 (59.19) . is é . . . c.¤ dorat sí fair-som a lúas ro gab caille, Liad. and Cuir. 26.1 . cid crad doib `though it be grievous to them', Mon. Tall. 152.30 (§ 64) . ciarbo ch.¤ ria menmanrad, SR 6854 . crad meic Dé afflicting the son of God, LU 3039 . gan chradh gan credim, IT iii 87 § 96 . nī diṅgentais do chride ch.¤ , Fing. R. 498 . ba crádh craidhe leis, CCath. 1374 . íarmo ch.¤ dóaib `after they had tormented me', TTr.² 301 . ticfat Tálcind dar muirthrían trolmaib c.¤ cromm, LL 37022 . C. do c[h]rādh ima c[h]rodh, Ériu xviii 58 § 1 . crad na cumad `anguish of grief', TTebe 3395 . gur mor in cradh ┐ in cunntabart ina rabhusa dod grad, ZCP vi 28.13 . ar gclí-ne ag crádh na hanma, Dán Dé xxv 42 . mo chrádh nach ráinig leis pósadh, Keat. Poems 169 .

Perh. in fuller sense of destruction, death in: ría crad mo chuirp chaín i.e. before I die(?), LU 9934 . do thám . . . / fuair c.¤ rí milis M., LL 14872 . ní cian ó crad `not far removed from destruction(?)', Metr. Dinds. ii 54.23 . tuc doib cach ni ar chrad Ch. `to murder C.', iii 414.23 . cechaing C. iarna ch.¤ for lár a thige after he had been offended, outraged(?), iv 102.19 (`after murdering him'). cradh C. . . . / do faemadh la F. `the ruin of C.', MacCarthy 416.y . ? Inis Cathaich do chrod (sic) do Gallaib, Ann. Inisf. 1057.5 (`was plundered'). 1050.5 (see note).

múcna

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Forms: múchna, mucnae, mmúcnai, múcni, múchni, múcni, múcna

adj io, iā. also múchna (form due to influence of múch?). The sense in O.Ir. appears to be austere, strict, stern , passing into that of crossgrained, surly, hard to deal with , later gloomy, moody . mucnae, gl. austera [severitas], Ml. 109a3 . pl. inna mmúcnai .i. inna imneda (gl. austera neut. pl.), 95c5 . múcni (gl. austera), Thes. i 486.35 ( Tur. 38 ). arndib múcnae . . . a n-étach ┐ a mbiad (= austeram vitam praedicantium), 489.29 ( Tur. 71 ). múchni (leg. múcni), gl. protervi, Wb. 30c10 (= head-strong?). muchna ainm do ghruaim gan ghean, Metr. Gl. 25 § 22 . mucna .i. gruaim, O'Cl. Muiredach muchna .i. M. gruamdai, BB 253a20 . mucna cach mog, Tec. Corm. § 13.16 (` morose, truculent ', Meyer Gloss.). gnúsi na ndemna mucna, PH 4324. Of animals: muc .i. mucna a haigned, ar ni geib a munad o neoch stubborn, refractory (?), Corm. Y 903. borb . . . mucna matnamail (of a hound), TBC-LL¹ 1011. Of places, etc. gloomy, dismal: i nglennaib dubaib . . . muchna muichnig . . . ichtaraig ifirn, FA 30 LB ( IT i 191.28 ). hi tégdais . . . muchna mallachtnach (of Hell), PH 8299. co clóthib nemi muchnai marbthaig, 8304 . i n-aidhchi . . . marbthaigh mucna iffirn, BNnÉ 99 § 9 , cf. Lism. L. 3642. dirae mucnai , O'Mulc. 207. As subst. pl. ? mortlaid . . . i mbiat múcna in tṡlúaig, ZCP xiii 381.27 .

mucnaige

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n (g s.?) some kind of landmark . bla m.¤ `a stock mark', Laws iv 142.10 (= mucnaide, H 3.18 p. 13 , O'Curry 33 ). bla mucnai .i. crich son íncoiscí cet bona crann no cuaille i talam no dibill muilind no seantraigead [leg. -droichead?] fo tuind, ib. 26 ( H 3.18 p. 14 ), i.e. a territory delimited by 100 tree-trunks or stakes set in the earth or the ruins of a mill or an old bridge (?).