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airesbaid

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n (esbaid) lack, deficiency: do bennaigh an taobh budh des . . . do fháguibh [d']uiresbaidh bennaighthe an taobh budh tuaidh he left the north side without blessing, Mart. Don. 156.1 . gabhala Erenn gan uireasbhaidh conuige sin with no omission, BB 38a8 . go bhfhaca gan uiresbaidh / na fiana fa mac Muirne , LL 396.4 . roind an aird-rig can uireasbaid ag Ua Urain without a break, Hy Maine 86.z . crich comlan . . . gan uresbaid acu-sum `without diminution', MR 222.6 . ní hé budh uireasbhaidh linn `that is not a loss that would touch me', Studies 1921, 419 § 15 . ní fuil uiresbaid neich ar bith orra, Maund. 227 . ni fagbaiti nach n-uresbaidh fair, CCath. 5958 . o roairigh H. uiresbaidh a dhalta fair `the loss of his ward' (who had been kidnapped), ZCP vi 90.29 . persa d'uiresbaidh ar chēt `ninety-nine persons', Fl. Earls 14.z . atáid muca d'uiresbaidh orainn we are out of pigs, SG 6.8 . an aichnid dibh uiresbaid . . . oraibh?, IT ii2 123.24 . in fitir tusa . . . ind a.¤ fuil orainde?, Acall. 7498 . fuarttar sidi elang ┐ uireasbaidh ar an bprotexion `a flaw and defect' AFM v 1774.11 . da raib ní a n-a.¤ dóib if they lack anything, Acall. 7976 . nár eglaighemar uiresbhaidh 'yet were we not dismayed with any necessity' Ériu xv 40 [37b] .

? cuimgeb

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n ar c.¤ co-cathair muirne , IT ii2 123.22 .

díchuimne

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n f. (cuimne) forgetfulness, oblivion: trí adcoillet gáis: anfis, doas, d.¤ , Triads 245 . nertadh rudhartha reib dicuimne periods of forgetfulness (?), O'Curry 2461 ( Eg. 88, 37 (38)b ) = reib dicoimnig, 2459 (ib.). Áth L.F. cid diatá | cid nach sluinni nach sencha? | císsi dichumni roddall?, LL 163b25 . go mbíadh diochuimne agad ar thuile do mhaithesa, Parrth. Anma 346 . nā digsitís ar dermat no dichumni úad `lest he should forget them', TBC-LL¹ 2123 . an drong . . . do-bheir i ndearmad ┐ i ndíochuimhne a gcríoch dhéidheanach, TSh. 224 . turnamh dóthchais díth muirne | muirn do chor a ndíchuimhne `to forget one's good spirits', Ériu iv 183 . ar daigh dermait ┐ dichuimhne, Acall. 299 .

dígrais

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adj i (dí + 2 gres(s)) irresistible, unassailable: ic Dia d.¤ gail, LU 9852 (= PRIA 1893-6 p. 534 ). ba hōclach ard, ba garg, ba digrais, ba dāna, Anecd. i 51 . o theibirsin truim na dilend digraisi tar dreich in domuin, BB 236a5 . Hence peerless, splendid, excellent (of persons or things): digrais .i. eargna, Stowe Gl. 328 . oenmac d.¤ Dechtere, LU 3729 . an tuisech d.¤ (of a holy man), Anecd. i 62 . Fáelán deoda d.¤ , Fél. Jan. 9 . Saul d.¤ daigermúad, SR 5546 . rothuitset .u. fhir déc dighraisi degarmach[a], Acall. 2134 . fris mbiat formdig ardrígna fria cruth ndigraiss ndianim, IT i 69 . digrais a delb schochraidh, Anecd. i 62 . cach finna forórda d.¤ , TBC-LL¹ 2717 . fuan diograis doindercc, 5552 . étaigi dígraissi deg-demnacha, LL 219a45 . tegdais rodígrais rocháin (of Temple), SR 4378 . cona doirrsib dígraise datháille, SG 351 . lestair dígraissi, LL 219a39 . co ndathaib dígraise donnchorcra, SG 346 . cóica bó damrad d.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iii 162 (= digris, BB 370a30 ). Common in chevilles: d.¤ cloth, Hy. v 69 . d.¤ band an excellent feat, Metr. Dinds. iii 242 . d.¤ bés, SR 4911 . d.¤ buaid, 1011 . d.¤ gre[i]m, Ériu iv 156 . ba d.¤ mod, LL 205a2 . bá d.¤ núall, LU 3963 . d.¤ in smacht, SR 2803 . Compar. digraissiu cach dagdath a dath, LL 237b6 . Adv. roalt ind ingen co d.¤ fri légend ┐ gáis, SG 413 .

In phr. is d.¤ limm I earnestly desire: cian uad . . . ō ná lud do chur chuardda im-Murthemniu ┐ is digraiss lend techt indiu, RC xiv 400 ( LL 107b40 ). is d.¤ dom it is of importance to me, it is a serious matter to me (?): is diograis do Choncobur | diograis totim nEogoin Ruaid, Fianaig. 12 . Donddubh Cuailgni digrais do, | commart Calland hi crū crō, BB 404b27 .

As subst.

(a) folld. by gen. in sense of mod. Ir. rogha the choice, the very best: doronadh digrais curaigh la B. .i. ar met ┐ luchtmaire a first-rate boat, ZCP x 411 . doronsad . . . seol mor do d.¤ gacha datha, Lib. Flav. ii 3vb34 . in digrais grāid fil lem dib, D IV 2, 41va33 . dorat digrais frithoilti dó do cach tomaltus, 75rb42 . gabhaid díoghrais a gcleas ngoile ┐ ngaisgidh chuca, Each. Iol. 53 . tug gach aon díbh díograis ngon da chéile comhruic, CRR p. 100 .

(b) fervour, zeal, earnestness; affection, confidence: lé díoghrais go Dún na nGall | beannacht nó dhó arís romham, Studies 1920, 566.4 . an díoghrais diadha, TSh. 2315 . ag diúl díoghraise ┐ diadhachta ón Dúileamh, 881 . díoghrais ar son doimhéine, 6967 . a ghrádh ┐ a dh.¤ , Keat. Poems 651 . samhail dá ghnúis do dhúisceadh d.¤ , 879 . ar mbuain díograise mionn de exacting fervent oaths from him, Eochairsg. 22 . díograis múirne warmth of loving kindness, O'Gr. Cat. 475 . a charthanacht, a dhéirc 's a dhíogras rúin `soul-felt piety', Ó Bruad. ii 260 . gur ghabh Muire an díograis rúin on Sbiorad naomh, Ó Héodhusa 10 . do dhruing d'fhíordhíoghrais an tighearna the lord's intimate friends, Maguires of F. § 13 . Cf. § 29 . lucht coimhéata ┐ díograise ` confidants ', Atlantis iv 206 (O.C.T.). tre dhíogruis comhráidh in confidential conversation, PCT 582 . molfad thúsa le dióghruis croidhe, Psalms cxix 7 . cet blegon a bó . . . do din no do digrais da sinser as a show of affection, Cog. 48 . (to a harper) an í do mhúin díoghrais duit | lámh Chraiftine . . .?, Studies 1919, 612.7 .

dímaínech

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adj o,ā (dímaín) useless, unprofitable; vain, idle: curu[b] dimainech useless (of a horse or ox), Laws ii 360 Comm. ; iii 362 Comm. (see Stud. in E. Ir. Law 24 f .). a dee dimainecha do treigen, RC xix 286 n. 9 . is d.¤ a ailitre ┐ ni ḟagann tarba dí, SG 48 . as diomhaóineach an cor sin ort, Ériu v 174 . no airgdis na sciathu . . . comdar dimainighi, BB 497b8 ( IT ii2 104 ). briathra dimainacha, Lib. Flav. 21rb1 . sgela dímáinacha an tṡaeghuil, 20va19 . ní thréiciub mo thrátha for aba . . . múirne dímáinighe in domnáin duthain, SG 54 . is dimainech a haisling meaningless, without import, C IV 2, 9b6 . frustra .i. co dimainech, BB 500b5 . ní go díomhaoineach iomchras sé an cloidheamh not in vain, Romans xiii 4 . As term of social disparagement unpropertied: i n-ecmais fosluag ┐ dimaineach, BB 238b8 (or = idle, unoccupied?). daescurṡluagh dimhainech fer n-Erenn, TBC-LL¹ p. 383 n. 8 . gabail a eille ónd áes dimáinech, RC xxvi 37 n. = LL 188b14 .

1 dormaine

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n , f. harlotry, concubinage . Cf. dor .i. duine muirne , Phil. Soc. Trans. 1858-9, 181 . mairg nach (leg. nech) dogní dormuine, SG 373.7 . d.¤ cen inmaine, LL 191b52 . dith dessi tria d.¤ , 53 (see Metr. Dinds. iv 320 ). conostarraid Cathnia i n-oentaid d.¤ , 200b5 .

geltacht

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n (geilt) ā, f. panic, terror, frenzy, insanity, state of being a geilt (characterized by e.g. living in the wilderness, leaping or flying, eating raw food and having visions) (see Éigse xiv 179-206 ): naoi ngelti dibh do dol for geltacht, TFrag. 40.11 . tuc síneadh ar a cholainn o talmain co n-deachaigh re gaith ┐ re gealtacht, CF 316 . Suibne Geilt do dul (sic leg.) ar geltacht, Laws iii 88.3 . conid re g.¤ ocus re genidecht ro cind comairli, MR 236.12 . cidh rottuc ar gealtacht thú, BS 102.14 . an cú bhíos ar bheagan muirne | méin gealtachta as gnáth sa gcoin, L. Cl. A. B. 191.50 . mar do chuir [Dia] i ngealtacht é, TSh. 3463 . naonbhar ... lotar hi faindeal ┐ i ngealtacht as in cath sin, AFM i 318.1 (= ix. uolatiles .i. geltai, Tig. RC xvii 229.19 . = gealta, CS 122.8 ). g s. re gabad na gealtachta, MR 232.9 .

griccas

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n confused noise, tumult (?): cosmaile na muirne ┐ in griocas agus in greadhan (gricras v.l.) agus seselbe na sochaidhe, TBC-LL¹ 5612.

maín, moín, muín, maen

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Forms: moín, main, maín, muin, maini, moini, muíni, maíni, moíni, muíne, maine, máoin, -i, maoin, muin

n i, f. n s. in moín , Ml. 87d9 . d s. deg-main , 103a9 . n du. dā maín , Corm. p. 15 s.v. doman = dē muin , Corm. Y 415. n p. inna degmaini , Ml. 27a6 . moini (: doíne), SR 7855. fīr-muíni , ZCP xi 80.14 . a p. maíni, Wb. 23d4 . dagmoíni , 28a17 . muíne, LU 3393 ( SCC 17 ). g p. deg-maine , Ml. 102d17 . máoin (f., g s. n p. -i), IGT Dec. § 14.14 .

(a) a gift, a benefit (primary sense): transl. Lat. munus, Ml. 87d9 , donum, 84c12 ; (in pl.) beneficia, 27a6 , 90a14 , 102d17 , 103a9 . Often with pref. dag-, deg-: is eícrichnichthe don-indnig-som a dagmoíni without limit he bestows his benefits, Wb. 28a17 . The sense gift is frequently implied in Mid.Ir. muíni [sic leg.] doberthar o thuatib, Mon. Tall. § 35. tucsat maíne ┐ ascadha dho (= munera ei obtulerunt), Lat. Lives 108. tabair maíne bid ┐ etaig do bochtaib, PH 451. tucsat na tri maíne-sea dó .i. ór ┐ tuss ┐ mir, 7017 . nicon ticfa ri moín nó adlaic . . . in sét connegar and the gem asked for is not to be had for love or money (lit. for [counter-]gift or request), LL 251a32 (TBFraích) = ZCP iv 43.17 . muín i commaín ber[r]tha a reward in exchange for shaving, LL 167b10 , cf. RC xv 461.6 .

(b) a valuable article or possession, a treasure ; in pl. treasures, possessions, wealth . ri ro thidnacht do doenib | domun cona degmoínib, SR 1978. in sét (.i. in main), Hy. v 77 ( Thes. ii 346 ). ni ar séuti na máini robcarsi Tíamthe, Wb. 23d4 . ni ḟil nech is lia seóit ┐ moíne ┐ indmassa andú-sa, TBC-LL¹ 59. febus mo chommain sét ┐ maíni ┐ indmassa foraib, CRR 11. tidhnacal seot ┐ moeíne, AU ii 120.23 . bárc mao[i]ne a treasure-laden vessel, ZCP viii 197 § 13. is tre ḟír flathemon . . . maíne mor mbárc hi cinn cach thíre tathigedar, xi 82 § 20 . co ro [s]latsat in longport etir doine ┐ moine, AU 850. munceda . . . .i. muin-maíne .i. maíne for munelaib, LL 18b28 . luid ina rígthech ┐ a ór ┐ a argat lais . . . conid-loisc co n-ógus a muini with the whole of his treasures, Trip. 38.8 . ō tho[th]acht (.i. na mbeodile) ┐ muín [maine v.l.] .i. in oir ┐ in airgit, O'Dav. 1568. maissiu máenib more beautiful than treasures, Thes. ii 295.7 ( SP v 3 ). guidhe . . . is ferr maoinibh, ZCP viii 198 § 22. Sing. in collective sense: ni fhil mo m.¤ fén acht a nim, MacCongl. 57.22 . re deoraibh bá maith a mhaoin good was his wealth to wanderers, AFM i 146.13 (poem). misi nochan ḟuil mu mh.¤ | ó rom-maidh an scél (`for me prosperity exists no more' O'Gr. Cat. ), Acall. 862. a loch chlaein . . . festa nocha bfuil do mhaein `thou prosperest no more', SG 58.33 . do réir a mháoine according to his substance, Job xx 18. nac roibhi aici do maín na do mhaithus acht a hétach, Études Celt. i 81.26 . m.¤ ar mug treasure (bestowed) on a slave (i.e. wasted): muín ar mug, rūn do mnai, | mairg dogni cechtar n-ai, RC vi 188.24 (see mug for other exx.).

In Laws sometimes used of cattle, stock: cúic seoit in muin a cinaidh gach sochuinn gaibius tar ceart, ii 70.1 , glossed .i. cuic seoit isna mainib sin `five "seds" of these cattle'. mor muin mrugrechtai `an increase of cattle on the land', iii 340.12 . mana fuil acht coland nama, nocon-uil nach ní, uair noco m.¤ marta he `it is not a beef-carcass' (i.e. it is not value as beef, of a mare's carcass), iii 372.8 , cf. 378.17 .

(c) often fig.: is maith main mesrugud, ZCP vii 297.17 . firmuíni mo briathar, xi 80.14 . moíni na hēcisi, RC xxvi 17 n. 7 . Of persons: ba muin [maín LB, maoin, H 2.15A ] mait[h] in mac sin, Corm. Y 863 ; cf. asbert in ri . . . doragad ēm main . . . don mac sin (= that that boy would prove a treasure?), IT iii 190.5 (both exx. refer to Morand m. Maín). Muresc cen tassi maith maín, LL 137b8 . ? aue Muirne muin, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 25 ('Enkel Muirenns der würdigen' Meyer, taking `muin' as g p. of a noun denoting ` honour, dignity ', but perhaps n s. in apposition to aue). Uncan in m.¤ maerda, Gorm. Aug. 21. In abstr. sense: máoin ocus muaidh, ionann sin is maith nó miadh, Forus Foc. 43. main [maoin v.l.] grádh, ib. 34 . maoin .i. grádh; .i. maith, O'Cl. Cf. 6 muin.

(d) in Bérla na f., knowledge, science, art: doraa in main (.i. dochonnaic an eladha), ZCP v 488 § 7. don maoin (.i. don eladain), 489.1 .

1 muin

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Forms: muntorcc

n f.

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(a) the upper part of the back between the shoulders and below the neck . m.¤ .i. muinél, O'Cl. (but the two words differ in meaning). ? is corcair maige cach maín, LU 10852 = IT i 132 y (: luin). ceand is grānnium . . . do neoch fil for m.¤ (= the ugliest head on any pair of shoulders), Auraic. 549. sengobi cona indeuin fora m.¤ on his back , Mon. Tall. § 19. sciath . . . fora m.¤ , IT i 131.18 . co tucsat . . . in tēig dō fora m.¤ , PH 931. ruc in lenam ara m.¤ istech, Laws i 178.12 . ina fil for ar m.¤ de uigib (= all the eggs we are carrying), MR 22.2 ( FDG 148 ). in druim ara ndechaid m.¤ the back on which he went, was carried (the child Jesus), ACL iii 246.2 = druim a ndeachaigh ara m.¤ , R.I.A. 23 I 40 p. 147 . do chuir mo chéill ar mo mh.¤ deprived me of my senses, Measgra D. 57.30 , cf. KMMisc. 50.18 . mac ar m.¤ `a child on the back' (technical term for a certain metrical fault), IGT Introd. § 2. Cf. adubhairt . . . léigion dá spior spar ┐ dá mhac ar m.¤ humbug , PCT 642 ( Gadelica i 129 ). air mh.¤ an eich on horseback , Oss. iv 244.17 . tarlaic C. aurchur . . . do m.¤ a mairc, IT i 158.3 . Cf. ar monaib a n-each, Laws v 108.26 Comm. (by Atkinson referred to this word, but see mon). gibé thoigeóras dol ar marcaigheacht go neamh .i. . . . a anam do chur ar m.¤ anma a phréaláide to mount his soul on his prelate's soul, TSh. 10665. ar m.¤ an mil mhoir (of St. Brendan), ZCP i 62 § 37. ar m.¤ na muice on the pig's back = in luck , see muc(c).

(b) in wider sense of upper part, top, surface: an trath bís imforcraidh snechta ar m.¤ an oigre, Maund. § 114. de m.¤ cairge māre Manann, Corm. Y 1059 (p. 93.16) . marcach na tond . . . ar m.¤ mhara, ACL iii 235.6 ; perhaps in sense (a), the sea being likened to a horse. Of the top or ridge of a hill (?): sechtmad coirpdire . . . isa n-iumrad sechtar m.¤ tuilche . . . ┐ trian coirpdire . . . isiniumrad for m.¤ tuilche (referring to the hill of assembly), H 3.18 p. 458b ( O'Curry 1154 ). issed is imradud ar m.¤ tuilche and, imradud a marbtha i n-oentig no i n-aenairecht ris; issedh is imradud sechtair m.¤ tuilche ann, a denam in cach inad otha sin amach, ib. 303 - 4 ( O'Curry 628 ). Cf. O'Mulc. 388 : Emuin .i. eo-muin . . . moin a monte .

(c) in various idiomatic phrases with prep., folld. by gen.

ar m.¤ (see for muin below)

(a) on, on top of: ag iarraidh . . . ar na sléibhtibh thuitim ara m.¤ to fall on them, Ó Héodhusa 68.18 . cuiridh pecadh ar m.¤ pecaidh, 151.17 . muinchille sróill is muinchille inair óir uimpi ara m.¤ sin besides, as well , Anecd. i 30 § 43. do bi bréid tar a suilib ┐ do bi a birrét ara m.¤ sin anúas, BCC § 320. m.¤ ar m.¤ in succession: fríoth an saidhbhreas m.¤ ar mhuin | is fríoth an daidhbhreas 'na dheaghuidh `that I got riches on riches', Ir. Monthly 1928, 265 § 23 .

(b) for the sake of (?): `ga iarraid ar m.¤ Muiri, ACL iii 245 § 25 , cf. de muin (b).

de (do) m.¤ at back of, behind , hence

(a) following on, subsequent to, in consequence of: cath do m.¤ bescna `a battle after a "bescna"-contract', Laws iii 216.24 . aisic na set rugadh do m. na comairce 'restoration of the `seds' which were given (taken?) on account of the protection', Laws iii 232.25 . duine fil ar comairce ┐ dorinne fogail do m. na comairce, 23 Q 6 p. 36a ( O'Curry 1763 ). maini tainic re dligedh gu tanic do mun toicheda, ┐ ma thainicc re ddlighedh gen tiachtain do mun toicheda, is ericc ... 'if she did not submit to the law, until she submitted as a result of suing, and if she submitted to the law without submitting as a result of suing, payment ... ', Mar. Dis. 40 § 20 . maith in talman [sic leg.] . . . rachdæid da mh.¤ raen as rōd | gach tæb ōg ar nach fuil fat every young and heedless person will follow . . . after it, ACL iii 237 § 31 . rēim soirbh Mhuiredaigh da a [leg. dá] m.¤ the prosperous reign of M. after them, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts 29 § 6. do mh.¤ a séimhsheilbhe on account of , Content. x 17. do mh.¤ comairle Ganalonais on G.'s advice, ITS xix 78.21 . do mh.¤ tindlaicthi De by the gift of God, 92.12 . a luighi do choimlínadh do mh.¤ ghnima `by carrying it into deed', 98.23 . claidemh . . . is daingne do mh.¤ laidirechta in respect of , 84.23 . do mh.¤ chroidhe with all one's heart, sincerely , TSh. 10147.

(b) protected by, under the guarantee of, on the strength of (?) . Vendryes, ZCP ix 295 , LEIA M-72 , would refer exx, with this meaning to a different word 6 muin = `defence, guarantee', cognate with O.H.G. munt, A.S. mund (cf. Germ. Vormund, Mündel). athech do m.¤ commairchi `a boor who is under patronage', Triads 232. ro bí (.i. ro marb) Æd de m.¤ (.i. de chommairgi) Cormaic in rig, LL 314a27 .

for m.¤ in addition to: dobert .s. [= set] gabla for muin dire ... .i. brethemnaigter .s. do gablugud for muin eneclainni, CIH iv 1159.37 . c[et]muindtir for m. araile, CIH i 7.34 . In follg. ex. seems nearly = de m.: techt for m.¤ mo mic `that I should go on my son's guarantee' (lit. on my son's back), Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 26 § 5 ; but see Vendryes loc. cit.

i mm.¤

(a) on the back (top) of = in addition to: indech ┐ di bai inna m.¤ two cows in addition, Laws ii 126.18 Comm. dairt i m.¤ cach oen-seoit a `dairt' along with every `sed', v 340.21 . it ē a fēich .i. cetheoir samaisci . . . ┐ es [leg. is] fiach gaidi bis ina m.¤ , Anecd. iii 22.16 (i.e. the person who steals on Sunday pays the fine for breach of the Sabbath and the fine for theft as well). mad roastar cach mil dib i mbethu lasin merlech adrén diabul .i. mil i mm.¤ alaili, Ériu vii 154 § 3 (i.e. the robber not only restores the stolen animal but gives another in addition).

(b) on account of: diabul aithgena a m.¤ cach ae double restitution for each, Laws v 250.8 . cúic seoit in muin [leg. i mmuin] a cinaidh gach sochuinn five seds is the fine for the crime, ii 70.1 . Cf. also: Maelmithid . . . do dul co Genti fri cosnum tuaiscirt Breg a m.¤ Gente `with a view to defending the North of B. by the aid of the Gentiles' (?), AU 917 ; acc. to the Engl. transl. (quoted AFM ii 593 n .) `M. . . . went towards the Gentyes to save Tuaiscert Bregh from them'.

In Ériu iii 154 § 8 : ro cuiredh draighthi na hErenn uile a muind a ḟesa . . . da ḟoillsiugud `with the help of their science', read: i mmuinidin (= muinigin).

Compds. (gen. mun- before a follg. non-palatal):

I With noun. ¤bráge a neck: secht cubait . . . i tacmung a munbrágat, Metr. Dinds. iii 258. secht cubait . . . moa munbraghaid, BB 378b5 . ¤chobrach see 1 muinchorach. ¤torc m. a collar, torque: muintorc, gl. torquis, Sg. 70a21 . muntorc .i. slabrad oir fo braigid, BB 254a2 . muntorc .i. slabhradh, O'Cl. muntorcc , Fianaig. 6.6 . scel an mundtuirc, TTebe 827 . sreth di muntorcaib óir . . . mar chirclu dabcha, LU 1710 ( RC ix 476.12 ).

II With adj. corresponding to Engl. -necked ; freq. in sobriquets. ¤brec: a Condlai Rúaid muinbricc chaindeldeirg, RC v 390.2 = muinbrec, LU 10006 (expld. by De Jubainville as referring to colour of C.'s neck and the royal collar encircling it). See munbrec. ¤caem: Muirne Munchaem, Acall. 6553. m. Munchaim, RC v 197 § 1. ¤cáin: Maine Muncháin, ZCP viii 314.29 . clann Maine Munchain, 309.2 . ¤cam(m) wry-necked: Morna Muncham, RC v 197 § 2. ¤derg: Aed m., ZCP viii 301.14 . Muredach Munderg, 327.20 . ¤gairit short-necked: Mám Mungairit, LL 48b35 . ¤gel: ben munghel mín, Anecd. i 60 § 89 . ¤glas: tar tondaib mara munglassa (.i. tar tonnaib muinél-glasa no mong-glassa), Leb. Gab.(i) i 254.5 . munghlasa .i. muinélghlasa, O'Cl. ¤remar: læch munremar collach, TBC-LL¹ 5268. moṅgach munremur (of a bull), IT iii 246.82 . As npr. m.: Muinremur mac Geirrgind, FB 12. Munremor, IT i 102.7 . Loch Munremuir, LL 7a6 .

muirenn

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Forms: mairenn, Muirend, Muirenn, Muirne, Muireann, muirne, muirenn, muirne

n [f.] a spear (cf. 1 muirnech). muirend .i. dēde fordangair: ainm cétimus do mnae .i. mōr-find; ainm dano do gae .i. mi-rind .i. drochrinn fodera bas, Corm. Y 882 = mairenn, Bodl. (For the npr. Muirend or Muirenn see AU 747 , 830 , 917 , 978 . g s. aue Muirne , Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 25 (a); cf. Muireann .i. bean, O'Cl. ). muirenn .i. slegh ut est tuile mar muirne (mára muirnni v.l.), O'Dav. 1235. muireann .i. ga no sleagh, O'Cl. The quotation in O'Dav. 1235 is from the `Dúil Roscadach' and is given in Corm. Y 1224 : ni tulach fri tuirigin tuigethar tuile mār muirne (`not a hill for a king who perceives great floods of spears', Stokes, Corm. Tr. p. 158 ) = ni tulaid fri tuirigen tuigedar tuli mára muride which great sea-floods cover, Corm. p. 42 ; possibly ` muirne ' in Corm. Y is g s. of a fem. word *muirenn (-inn) = sea, flood , cf. torannfadach na muirinn ┐ na n-uiscedha, RC xxviii 312 § 8 ; the same word may be represented in the etymol. gl. given of the name Sinann: sí in moirenn, Metr. Dinds. iii 296.7 (an mhoireann; sinn moir̄ so morann v.l.). ? muirne .i. mi-rinni no mi-ruine, BB 326a39 (given as ex. of `iarmbélra') = Auraic. 1306 , is given by Calder as g s. of muirenn spear.

1 muirn

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Forms: muirn, moirn, muirnn, múirn, muirni

n f. muirn moirn, IGT Dec. § 14. Occas. spelt muirnn (-nd): in LB often múirn.

(a) a loud confused or tumultuous sound , esp. that produced by a multitude, armed host, combat, etc. atchuala H. m.¤ ┐ sésilbi int ṡlóig, LL 243a30 (TTr.). ra chualatar muad-m.¤ in mórslúaig dochum in baile, CRR 53. ba hamnus m.¤ ┐ sai toi na curud . . . ic immditin a ngae ┐ a sciath, RC xii 98 § 131. ro cluinset mu[i]rn in morshluaig, Aen. 1939. bui muirnn occus seselbi isin cath . . . .i. buirfedach na fer, iachtad na miled, etc., Ériu viii 177.17 . ba hadbul m.¤ ┐ sesilbe na Rómanach oc tobach in chísa, LB 149a59 . rom-duiscther-sa as mo chodlud imon mormuirn, Aen. 531. ro bai a mac alla isna trachtaibh re med a muirni (of a combat), 993 . metighter tairm tuinni . . . cosmaile na muirne . . . ┐ seselbe na sochaidhe, TBC-LL¹ 5611 (St.). pl. atcluinti . . . geran na galgat ┐ cuadan na curadh ┐ muirni na miled, CCath. 5945. Of natural sounds: ind Etáil . . . muir a timchell cona m.¤ , Rawl. 78b37 . co clos a muirnd ┐ a ngair (of sea-waves), Aen. 229. tic in gæth . . . cona siansan ┐ cona m.¤ moir, 238 . tipra Chonnlai ba mór m.¤ `loud was its sound', Metr. Dinds. iii 292.9 . m.¤ gach lonnsrotha, BNnÉ 148.14 . ra m.¤ moir contuilim-si (of sound of a river), Anecd. ii 23 § 4. Of music: m.¤ na murduchand mara ` chant ', Metr. Dinds. iii 190.15 .

(b) met. a troop, band (of warriors): marcṡlóg na tuaithe Tesaldai cenmothá mormúirnd na mílead Maicedondai, Alex. 302. co ros-laiset a saithe saiged . . . frisin múirnd moir Maicedondai, 245 ; cf. 24 . m.¤ .i. buidhean, O'Cl. muad-m.¤ .i. mórbuidhean, ib. (cf. CRR 53 cited above). Cf. also follg.: cúic scéith, . . . cúic eich, cóic mná, mór a muirnn (of a tribute), Leb. Cert. 128 z (= in ṁuirn BB). fichi cornn . . . fichi moghaidh, m.¤ n-uabhair `a proud troop', 158.21 . an mhuirn . . . dá dtug annsacht the folk whom he had loved, PBocht 121 § 20.

(c) high spirit, ardour, exuberant energy . ropo mór far m.¤ 'sin chath | i n-agid na Fomorach, TFerbe 615 (`Schaar' Wind., see b). nā bíd laech cen arm, | nā rop maeth a m.¤ , LL 148b47 = KMMisc. 270 § 49. ro choiscfind-sea co luath do muirnn fora ta `I should soon have chastised him out of his present ardour', Aen. 1085. cét bliadhan damh fa m.¤ | am' séghdha hseabaic hsulghuirm (of Fintan mac Bochra), Anecd. i 28 § 27. ba mor ar meisneach 's ar m.¤ , Duan. F. i 9.28 . ? mac Fiachuidh moir na muirne , LL 396.14 . m.¤ ┐ menmanradh na macraidhe, AFM v 1278.2 . a muirnn, a misnec[h] ┐ a mileatacht, MR 314.18 . As quasi-vn.: bheith ag m.¤ dá múraibh `to be exulting ', ML 78.18 .

(d) often of festive mirth, gaiety, jollity, sometimes passing into objective sense of conviviality, good cheer, etc. gáir muirne is gáir meda, Metr. Dinds. iv 368.16 . buí Eamhain lán do mhuirn is do mheadhair, Content. xxviii 49. triath budh mhór m.¤ is meadhair, A. Ó Dálaigh lii 44. i dtigh Thaidhg ní thraothfa ar m.¤ , Gofraidh Fionn i 25 ( Ir. Monthly 1919 ). docer do dán, a meic righ Raighne . . . caide na cuirnn no caidhi in mh.¤ | do bi cot' athair?, ZCP xii 291.2 = Keat. iii 3423. ní threceb mo thratha . . . for aba ḟledōil no múirne dímaínige in domnáin, LB 273b69 . falchaid met bar muirni amuig | cen chuimni fon ēc acuib the exuberance of your spirits shuts out the remembrance of death, ACL iii 239 § 24. ní fuil uasal nó íseal | nach léir ina theach m.¤ mhór | ima seach cuirm is cómhól, MS. Mat. 564 y (poem by Cucoigriche Ó Cléirigh † 1664). ní do mhúch m.¤ na n-oireacht (of death of a chieftain), Miscell. Celt. Soc. 340.24 . truagh nach ránag eárr na haoise | sul dochonnarc do mhuirinn [leg. mhuirnn?] fá mhaoithe (to Dún Iasc after the death of its lord), Keat. Poems 1486. tú it'aonar . . . | anocht gan mhoirn gan mheadhair (to Dún na nGall), Measgra D. 56.55 . Possibly also in follg.: roddet mil, roddet crut[h]nec[h]t, | roddet muirn ic dainib de, | roddet cuirn, roddet cruithne `there was yielded affection in people too' (? the hearts of men were gladdened thereby), Ériu viii 67.11 (poem attributed to Flann Fína † c. 704).

(e) favour, affection, esteem (late use): mairg mhellus m.¤ in tsaoghail `whom love of the world deceives', O'Gr. Cat. 357.19 (poem by Gofraidh Fionn Ó Dálaigh † 1387; line 22 follg.: flaithemnas mór ar muirn mbic suggests rather the sense d; see quotation from same author given under that head). ní bhi oirn . . . d'onoir acht moirn uaibh d' fhaghail to gain your favour, Irish Texts ii 84 § 20. mairg darab soirbh an saoghal, a mhoirnd is mairg do ghébhadh, Carswell 246. d'énní dá tucas mo thoil . . . nír dlígh mé méid mo muirni I should not have given so much love, O'Gr. Cat. 347.8. dlighter dō díograis muirne `warmth of lovingkindness', 475.15 . drong ó bhfuighinn . . . sgoth mhuirne ar ḟeadh m'aimsire `the choicest favor', TD 15.12 . an óige . . . biaidh sise fá mh.¤ ag cách (youth) will be in favour with all, Measgra D. 72.10 = O'Gr. Cat. 523.21. go raibhi duine uasal . . . fá mhúirnn mhóir agan rígh, Mac Aingil 104.9 . méad na muirne do bhí ag Dia air the greatness of God's love for him, TSh. 340. With obj. gen.: ná traothadh Dia a mhoirn mháthar `His mother-like love' (? His love for His mother), PBocht 11 § 24. do mhuirn dá mhac for love of his son, 47 § 7 . As quasi-vn.: ic m.¤ ima mac fondling her son, RC v 199.4 . In concrete sense object of favour or love, darling: Aodh mac C. . . . muirn ┐ ordan Dal cCais, AFM ii 864 z . trí buadha Breagh ┐ trí muirne Midhe (of persons), ML 80.8 . Cf. muirnín.

tuile

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Forms: t., t.

n io, n. vn. of do-lin. f. in: an t.¤ dhámh, Ériu v 56.67 . le t.¤ dhásachtaigh, Donlevy xviii 23.

I

(a) act of flowing, coming in (of the sea); full tide, flood tide: dicsi[gi]dir a thuliu la cetemun co tet for a tbe la gemredh. Leth-bliadain for tuiliu, al-leth aili for aithbhiu, Ériu ii 112 § 35 . conar airidhsid in muir ag tuili, BB 26b22 . cein nobid muir for tuili, 357b38 = for línad, LL 159b2 . muir ... atá ac t.¤ ┐ ac traghadh do shír, RC xxiv 373.15 . hi tuiliu gl. mare ... affluit, BCr. 34c3 . teora cethramdin huare aequinocht indid mailliu a t.¤ ar cach óenlaithiu `by which the flood is slower,' 25c1 . fail mór do muirib moa múr, | hIffirn co tuilib tromthúr, SR 906 . rí conic traig is t.¤ , 2538 . t.¤ aithbe etla nemtiger deoghbuire, O'D. 2209 ( Nero A vii, 144b ). lá 's adaig, tráig, trom-th.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iii 10.116 . is tearc t.¤ nach téid as, DDána 56.4 . co n-acind a tráig 's a tuli | ina réimim, ZCP v 497 § 6 . dula is teachta don t.¤ `the tide's ebb and flow,' Dán Dé vii 24 . Of a river: fri t.¤ gl. retrorsum ( Psalms cxiii 3 ), Thes. i 3.34 . Fig.: in tí gá táit sin uile | idir tráigh ┐ t.¤ `both at low water and at flood (i.e. in their entirety),' SG 112.13 . Cf. moille a tráig iná a th.¤ (of a drinking-cup), 97.14 .

(b) act of flowing, flooding; flood, inundation, etc.: on tuiliu gl. enundatione, Ml. 51b2 . Íssu úas tuinn tuili above the swelling wave, Fél. Prol. 250 . in ben di thonnaib tuli, LU 2978 . is snám i tuinn ro-th.¤ (of a dangerous undertaking), SG 362.z . for tuili doib ... | cethracha lá ocus aidche (the deluge), SR 2523 . ? corrice sin rim' thule | nocon acca-sa dune (in passage on deluge) LL 376b46 . nocho bí tuli cen tart, Ériu ix 47 § 21 . áes ina gnáth t.¤ fleochadh isēn dogrés `when abundant moisture is usual,' CCath. 450 (leg. as compd. ?). t.¤ srotha S. (of a river that had overflowed its banks), 2375 . tuili falcmar fala, TTebe 858 . ro fhobratar in Glais, ┐ nior fedsat teact tairsi la met a t.¤ , TBC-LL¹ p. 195 n. 6 . ceadh acht t.¤ gan tarbha (of a shower), DDána 75.21 . Tonn Chliodna thríd ag t.¤ , A. Ó Dálaigh lii 15. C. ... do bathadh do t.¤ retha `by a rushing flood,' ALC ii 142.5 . dóirtfidh mé ... tuilte ar an ttalamh ttirim, Isaiah xliv 3 . ruibēr ... go tt.¤ ro-lāidir with a very strong current, Fl. Earls 76.10 . gluaissis mēide ēiccin t.¤ isna mionaib[nib] `a certain amount of thaw set in in the small rivers,' 64.13 . fo dáig roptar é tri mór-th.¤ h-Erend .i. Tuli Clidna, T.¤ Ladrand, T.¤ ṁBale, LL 168b12 . See tond. Note also: roba tairptech a tuili | cu traigh ... n-E. (of a person), Lism. L. 4783 . a dtabhair do th.¤what a cow gives of her milk, Dán Dé xxvii 36 . See intuile.

II In phrases indicating abundance, plenty , etc.

(a) ainm Póil ... | attá són for tuiliu, Fél. Prol. 124 . cit úallaig ríg talman | ... | atbélat iar tuiliu `after abundance,' 247 . do bhisech atá ar tuili, SG 60.6 . ro boí in cóiced ina thopor thuli ┐ téchta ac C. ` abundance ' (Gloss.), MU² 131 . óclig for topur thuli | ní bí errach senduni `in the heyday of his strength,' Fianaig. 26.4 . nói cóicait stáb a roga, | ba sí dál, toga a t.¤ `a plentiful choice for all,' Metr. Dinds. i 34.74 . in óen-fhecht n-a t.¤ thrumm | turcbat uile ... | duille ┐ bláth ┐ mess, iii 288.29 . mo glor na th.¤ ara thi (in panegyric), LL 394.z . a ben croidhe caroim-si, | dobeir do thoil na t.¤ , ZCP i 121.16 . a searg go mothuighe mé | fearg Dé dá roth.¤ `God's overflowing wrath,' Dán Dé xxvii 1 . an t.¤ gach tráth a ndán do'n tuata riamh ` flood tide' (i.e. of prosperity), O'Gr. Cat. 618.28.

(b) With follg. gen.: t.¤ mar muirne `a great abundance of spears,' O'Dav. 1235. ón t.¤ tharaidh, IGT Decl. ex. 1089 . trí th.¤ | ticed a dún árd Ruide | t.¤ ógán t.¤ ech | t.¤ míolchon `three things in great plenty,' SG 104.1 . t.¤ ... fiaprassa, Fl. Earls 240.17 . ? co fárgsat cen tuili ṅdala | huili cruid a ṅgabála, SR 6459 . With abstract nouns: t.¤ feirgi .i. iumat feirge, O'Curry 1887 ( 23 P 3, 22a ). tráigh ar tt.¤ mímheanma `make my flood of depression to ebb,' Studies 1919, 611 § 2 . t.¤ nó tráigh a dtinn-se the ebb and flow of their power, cited Content. xxx 11 n. 8 . tarla i gceilg na tuile thnúidh, Studies 1927, 437 § 6 . t.¤ tuirse, DDána 65.12 . ro bhaoí ... i tt.¤ a aoise `in the bloom of youth,' AFM vi 1988.8 . M. ... do écc isin triochadmhadh bliadhain a aoisi ... hi tt.¤ a ratha, ii 1114.12 .

(c) Of persons: is é in t.¤ glonn ri gail, SG 385.21 . Cuculainn na nGaedhil, t.¤ ordain ┐ oireachais na hErind, RC xvii 407.20 . G. ... t.¤ ordain airtir Eireand, AFM ii 768.15 . Mac A. airdbretheam Aird Macha ┐ t.¤ eolais Erenn, RC xvii 381.4 . a th.¤ lán do ghrásaibh (Mary), DDána 18.1 . Note also t.¤ tréinfhir `O torrential hero,' TD 34.18 .

Also in nn. loc., see Hog. Onom.

tuirigin

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n A word occurring chiefly in glossaries, and found only rarely in literary texts, where its use seems in most cases artificial. The meanings assigned by glossators are as follows.

(a) king: t.¤ .i. rī, Corm. Y 1223 = taurgein, Corm. 42 . t.¤ (.i. rī) amail asberar ... nī tulach fri t.¤ tuigethar tuile mār muirne , Corm. Y 1224 = tuirgin ... turigen, Corm. 42 . `tuirighin' rí ruamna gal, Metr. Gl. 9 § 3 . tuirighin .i. rí, O'Cl. In B. na f.: caoga fó do tuiri[d]nibh (sic leg., Meyer p. 537 n. 2 ) fuada maille fri himper an anma, ZCP viii 102.6 = coeca righ do riguibh Eirenn, Ériu ii 186.5 . do thuridin Chorca[r]tri, ZCP viii 103.7 . = do righ Corca Tri, Ériu ii 186.x . Cf. ic Ros na Turigin, RC xiii 221.8 = ag Ros na Righ, MS. Mat. 472.y . do ghrásaibh foirfe an toirghin trócairigh (of God), Ó Bruad. i 180.24 . ón dtuirigean dtreabhair, iii 176.7 . i ndóid an tuirigin treoraighsi (James II), 86.12 .

(b) judge, brehon: `tuirighin' bretheamh bláthmar, Metr. Gl. 9 § 3 . tuirighin .i. breitheamh, O'Cl. Perh. based on: t.¤ quasi gein a tuir .i. amail bīs tuir már oc fulang tige ┐ illāma esti, sic is ed in teg in domun centurach, isī immorro in tuir fīrinde rechta aicnid. It ē na illāma asin tuirid .i. ilchīallae ┐ ilchonaire in brethemnuis, Corm. Y 1224 = tur[gein], Corm. 42 . Note also t.¤ .i. tuili-gen .i. gein tolin .i. tolin a fīr asind aicniud co n-ōenaigedar fri fīr na screptra, Corm. Y 1224 = tuilgein .i. tulighein .i. gein tolin. tolin fhir quasi aicned conaenaiger fri fír na screptra, Corm. 42 = tuirgin .i. tuile gin .i. gin do lin a fír as a naicne co naonaighter fri firinne na sgreptra, O'Curry 2276 ( Eg. 88, 20 (21)c ) = sruithe fior fior naicned ni naill concerta tuirigin tuir .i tuile gin etc., O'Curry 1610 ( 23 Q 6, 5b ) = concerta tuiregin tuaithi etc., O'D. 537 ( H 3.17, col. 433 ). sruith fíor fiornaicned ninaill concertad tuiridgein do berur do cosmailius emuin breithe brigtar do bunadh beirtius treas teisdemuin, O'Curry 2191 ( Nero A vii 133ab )

(c) illegitimate birth; bastard (?): tuiridgein .i. gach gein iaram berar naire .i. gein nare .i. re na geineamna, ┐ ni coir tuiregein [do rád] re aite and .i. ní toirithin do ni acht traethad do nit a geine, amail adubairt Mac Saman .i. in brethem, O'Curry 216 ( H 3.18, 112 ). in fer nach fes cland ná cenél acht a bheith tuirigein cen athair, SG 255.2 . ? Cf. tuiregin .i. toaeraegein [.i. gein narae] .i. gein ngenethar ┐ a dā chois riam a chend fadeōid, Corm. Y 1224 = turgen .i. toaeraghen .i. gein [naera .i. gein] geiness ┐ a dí choiss roime, Corm. 42 . ? t.¤ .i. torracht-gein .i. gein torracht torroich as gach aigniud i n-alaill .i. gein in fīraicnid, Corm. Y 1224 = turagein .i. torachtghen .i. gein doracht .i. doraid aiccned in araill .i. gein in fíraicned, Corm. 42.

(d) pillar: `tuirighin' tuir fhuilnges tech, Metr. Gl. 9 § 3 . tuirighin .i. tuir, no gabhal cheangbhas teach, O'Cl. a druim frisin tuiridein, SR 4520 = tuirid, LB 122a2 . ? adubhairt morGholl go mboirbe | do chur na tuirgne (altered from tarigne) air creatha, 23 I 1, 40.2 .

(e) tongue: t.¤ .i. tuir in gena, is ē do t[h]enga, Corm. Y 1224 = tuirgin .i. tur gina .i. tenga, Corm. 42 . `tuir[i]ghin' teangadh tuirmeach, Metr. Gl. 9 § 3 . tuirighin .i. teanga, O'Cl. den-fuc for a tuiridin, confuair plais na trethno for a ti `put it on her tongue, and found the taste of salt on her cloak', RC xi 131.60 .

2 úaire, fúaire

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n , f. (úar, fúar) coldness, cold : eccla ēcca ocus ūaige, | eccla ūaire na hūire, ACL, iii 216 . ic Iordanān co n-úare | ropsat deoradān Féne, Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1912 xxv 439 § 4 . mo mac-sa ... rogab adba co n-úare, RC xiii 395.8 . nach facusai riam ... a fiu ar uairi, RC xi 129y . With prothetic f: ceardcha ... ar a fuaire, Laws v 166.17 Comm. a-tá a lógh d'ḟuaire san oighreadh, Ir. Monthly 1920, 266.47 . mo thrúaighe sein dár seise, | neimh fhúaire na hoidhcheise, Studies 1921, 417.1 . tiopra go bfuaire sneachta, ZCP i 64 § 97 . ionmhuin gach struth go bhfúaire, BS § 85 . is eadh chialluigheas ... an fhuaire bhíos ann, neimhtheas cuisneamhail na coire, TSh. 1706 . gidh teinntidhe, ní teach te, | teach ifrinn ar a fhuaire, 6176 . ní loigh síon da fhuaire air, L. Cl. A. B. 235.120 .

Metaph. coldness, indifference (of disposition): fuaire mo bhéas ag reodh riom | mo dheor do ghréas i ngéibheann, DDána 39.16 . fuaire cáigh fa ainm Íosa `negligence' Ir. Monthly 1923, 472 . do chlanna bunaidh mar thugais i bhfuaire grew cold towards, neglected , Keat. Poems 1375 . do só i bhfuaire umainn é, L. Cl. A. B. 249 . (in B. na filed): cumall nocom foirne | ōm coimne nī chuir fūaire, ZCP xii 361.8 (glossed: ni tesaighann m'aignedh fris), Cf.: cubat nocha nua muirne | or cuimne ní cur fuaire (: Luaigne), ACL iii 310 § 7 . ( does not remove cold ? ).