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múinid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. múinid or dil.ie/32743

Forms: múnta

v i, teaches, gives instruction (in), with acc. of thing and DO of person. cin cu muine in marcaidheacht, Laws ii 156.8 Comm. (pass. subj.) munu muintiur na neche sin doib, 152.13 . connigset ind [= a n-] ro muin Scathach doib what S. had taught them, TBC-I¹ 2683. issí comairle ro múin Demon dosom, Lat. Lives 4. muinim cēill do Cloinn Conuill, Irish Texts ii 9 § 25 . múin .i. teagáisc ` teach ', Eg. Gl. 477. múin dúinne urnuighe do dhéanamh, Luke xi 1. múin do réir dhúinn do dhéinimh, Ir. Monthly 1929, 212.18 . In reflex. construction teaches oneself (to) = learns, accustoms oneself (to): rom-múnus imbed dom (gl. scio abundare), Wb. 24b18 . ra-múinset doib buid and they have learned to be there, 5b44 (with proleptic infixed pron. obj.). ní ro múinsetar sidé doib bith i cathaib they are not inured to war, TTr.² 333 = ro munsetar, LL 400b 38 . is ed sin ro maidhsem [ro mūinsium v.l.] dúinn cosaniu, CCath. 1656. níor mhúineas damh . . . feacadh mo ghlúin, TSh. 5993. Rarely with acc. of pers.: coíca mac ro múnestar ro [= re] seilgg he trained for hunting, Metr. Dinds. iv 322.57 . do mhuin 'san tseilg é taught him fishing, PBocht 120 § 19. do mhúin sé mé, Proverbs iv 4.

In wider sense shows, indicates, points out (the way, a place, a person): múinfet-sa duit an innsi n-áluind atconnacais I will show thee (the way to) the island, Lat. Lives 107 , cf. Lism. L. 3570 , BNnÉ 52.9 . ro múnad dó . . . int inad, RC xiii 48 § 35 . no gur mhúin sí dó Tír na nIngnad told him the way to, Ériu iii 168.4 . co ro múiner díb mo braithre that I may show you my brethren, PH 1075. no mhuinedh ┐ no suaicentaighedh na saerclanna . . . dóibh, CCath. 5993 (= monstratque senatum, Luc. Phars. vii 578 ). munis eolus doib told them the way, IT ii1 182. 214 . múinfidh an t-éolus dúinn he will guide us, Oss. iv 266.15 .

part. bat umal múnta ó gáethaib, SCC 26. huanaib muintib, gl. a monitis, Ml. 70b1 . See also múnad and múinte.