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mandraid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. mandraid or dil.ie/31532

Forms: mandra, mannartha

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(a) undoes, disintegrates; spoils, destroys (in wide sense): ? imp. 2 s. mandra, LU 2980. na mandair in lín!, RC x 60 ( LU 1390 ). manraid slúagu, SCC 17. Artt . . . mandras Elgg, Rawl. 116b13 = Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 30.2 . a Deirdri mandera már who wilt cause much havoc (?), IT i 70.1 . mannerat cach ni . . . i cathaib . . . i ṅgalraib, i tedmannaib, SR 1877. mairg noda-maindera, TTr.² 777. mandrais [Ultu] Flaithbertach, Arch. Hib. ii 74 § 64 ( LL 184b9 ). co ras-immir ┐ co ras-mannair, LL 230b1 ( TTr. 975 ). cidh rod-mannair ceill no cruth? what has marred thee in sense or form? BS 100 § 47. do mandar a mórdraídhecht mo nert, Comp. CC 82.14 ( Med. and Mod. Ir. Ser. iii ). Pass. mannartha (.i. ro comsgailed iat), O'Dav. 1255 (mandartar v.l.). maethshlat nar mannrad re mōrdocair that was never broken, MR 294.13 . manras .i. gluaiseas, O'Cl. may be suggested by some particular ex., cf. LB 110b18 (quoted under mandar).

(b) gives away, squanders? (in B. na f.): mandra ro cet ag cubaibh (.i. bronnaidh moran airgit i mbothaib), ZCP v 488 § 7.