? machaid

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Forms: machad, machaid

v quells, destroys? pret. pass. (in tmesis) ro ór mas machad [machaid v.l.] .i. ro múchad int ór maisech .i. Eochaid, O'Dav. 1230. Cf. machit Macha, LL 120b10 (rhet.). See machtaid.

machaire

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Forms: machaire, -da, machrach, machairi, Machari, Maceriae

n io, m., Later also f. acc. to IGT Dec. § 1 (n p. machaire, -da). árnéis monaidh no machrach , Eg. Gl. 1 may represent a g s. form.

A large field or plain, sometimes used as equivalent of `mag', but generally of a restricted area; of level or of cleared land . Gl. Tempe, Ir. Gl. 866 ; campester, 1060 (g.s. used as attrib.?). óen na primṡliab is mó bís for mórmachairi, TBC 1815. ra sidi répgaithi . . . dar muni machairi, 3382 . bid toirthech do . . . m.¤ ┐ caill, PH 4285. ro boí as cach dubt[h]air diaroile . . . ┐ ni tuc a haghaidh for m.¤ never approached level (cleared or cultivated) land, Dinds. 87 ( RC xvi 37 ). ro fassaigh m.¤ na Muman, RC xviii 50.14 (Tig.). munu fuil machuire a fearann a athar (a boy is not to learn riding) unless there is a level field in his father's land, Laws ii 158.8 Comm. isin nocht-m.¤ . . . isin leth-m.¤ (cleared and half-cleared land), iv 72.17 Comm. fo diamraib in macairi moir minscothaigh, Cog. 76.11 = in maigi, ib. 12 . bláth an machaire (= flos agri, Psa. cii 15 ), TSh. 3799. gach uile ainmhidhe an mhachaire, Gen. iii 14. machairidh na caithreach the fields of the city, Josh. xxi 12 . machairigh ┐ fíneamhna, 1 Sam. xxii 7. g s. as attrib. : crích machairi champaign country, MU 14.29 = LL 264a3 . crosain [leg. crosán] m.¤ a strolling rhymester (buffoon), IT iii 85 § 83 , see Bruchst. i § 88 . In late lang. sometimes = battle- field, battle: toran na troda amhuil is gnath san uile mhachuire, Rel. Celt. ii 186.37 . gan machuire do thabhairt, 182.9 . do chuireadur . . . techta uatha d'iarraidh m.¤ , Cín Láe Ó M. 42.29 . iarlacht mhachaire an earldom won by battle, O'Bruad. iii 222.

Common in n.l. folld. by gen., see Hog. Onom. Machari, Trip. 108.19 = m.¤ Connacht (name sometimes given to Mag Aí)? tréanfhlaith Mh.¤ Caisil, Keat. Poems 1467 : cf. Maceria, Latinized name of Cashel , g s. Maceriae, Trip. 336.20 = L Ardm. 16b1 (late entry).

machdad

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x see 1 machtad.

machdatae

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Forms: machdatai

adj io, iā. (O.Ir. machdad) wonderful, surprising: d s f. machdatai, gl. mirâ, Ml. 77b9 . rola ár inna méte machthata destruction of wonderful greatness, AU ii 94.12 .

machdual

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n o, m., a sponge . dorat fín serb a m.¤ (= spongiam implevit aceto), PH 3353. in m.¤ asa tucad in deoch don choimdid, LB 158a23 .

1 macht

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n destruction? dibad ┐ bath . . . ┐ m.¤ ┐ ort ┐ temede nomina mortis , Met. Gl. 3 n. 2 (= H. 3.18, p. 611b , O'C. 1338 ): prob. an abstraction from machtaid, q.v.

2 macht

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n .i. ciuntonn mhara, O'Cl. (a sea-wave?).

1 machtad

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Forms: machdad, mach- dath, machthad, magthad, machtad, machtnad, machtad

n m. O.Ir. machdad, usual form in Glosses: mach- dath, Sg. 6a9 , 65a1 , TBC 743 ; machthad, Wb. 18c6 , Ml. 47a15 ; magthad, Wb. 5a1 . Mid.Ir. machtad, later superseded by machtnad.

Wonder, astonishment; something wonderful or surprising ; transl. Lat. stupor, Ml. 25a9 , 46a19 , 68b9 ; mirus, 47a15 , Sg. 167a4 , 222a5 , BCr. 41d3 . machtadh no machtnadh .i. iongnadh, O'Cl. ar nach corathar i mmoth ┐ machthad, Ml. 68b9 . dobeir mac[h]dath for cach meild, LL 49b16 ( Hail Brigit § 3 ). nocorb éicen machta[d] no iṅgantus de cia no thísed, TBC 950 (machtnad, St.), cf. 1063 . ba mor a n-adhuath ar machtath ar [leg. an] sceoil great was their horror at the amazing portent, FB 96 ( ITS ii 122 , RC xiv 452 ). g p. mor machtad ┐ cnead ros-laiset . . . oc imaicsin na sét . . . ic a comroind they beheld with great wonder and many sighs, Alex. 385.

Generally used with cop. as pred.: cid armad machdad aní sin? why should that be wondered at? Sg. 167a4 . níbbu mach- dath betis grecdi it would not be surprising that they should be Greek, 6a9 , cf. 65a1 . ní machdath cid hí comasṅdís no wonder that it is in apposition, 222a5 . is machtath [machtad LU] a thraiti rombith in cethror it is wonderful how quickly the four were cut, TBC² 318. ni ba m.¤ daggním do denam dosom, 364 . nirbo machtadh cid he no beth ann, Lism. L. 1988. ba m.¤ menman . . . ina nderna, LB 235b45 . nír bhó machtadh gach aon ba inéchta do mharbhadh, FM v 1730.11 .

is m.¤ limm I wonder, am surprised: is machthad limm a threte dorérachtid máam firinne (= miror quod tam cito . . .), Wb. 18c6 , cf. Sg. 6a4 . bá machdad leiseom aní sin, LU 9713 = ZCP iii 216 § 31. napad m.¤ libsi . . . airde na cruiche . . . tresngata na huile dúile wonder not that the sign of the cross traverses all the elements, Mon. Tall. § 85. ba m.¤ mor lasin escop in scel sin, PH 1076. ba mactad mor leis ind abairt dorigníset, CCath. 970.

Rarely used as vn. with obj. gen.: bai Cormac ic machtadh in chuaich ar imad delbh, IT iii 197 § 52. ic m.¤ .i. ag ingantu- gad secip ræta, Auraic. 5577.

2 machtad

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n m. vn. of machtaid. Slaughtering: m.¤ ┐ tamnad int sloig, BB 444a8 . fri machtadh ndæne, Dinds. 27 ( RC xv 327 ), cf. LL 193a25 . ro gabhsat . . . for machtadh . . . aroile, FM v 1614.15 . machtadh ┐ mídhíach for mearghasraidh, ib. 1358.9 . mactadh .i. marbhadh, O'Cl.

machtaid

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v ā, a loan-word from Lat. mactare? not found in Glosses; all exx. below are in pass. voice. Slaughters: mocui Chuinn co noi milib machta C.'s descendants have been slain with nine thousand (?), Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 17 , cf. Rawl. 124b2 . is a dō ro machtad ann, Conall ┐ Dunchad, Hib. Min. 71.24 . im tháin bó Dartada . . . trias' ro machtada mór-ḟir, Met. Dinds. iii 314. atát sund . . . o ro machtait 'sin mór-maidm, 132 . ro machtait (.i. ro marbhait) ced ar mile diobh, Leb. Gab. i 148.15 . ro machtaitt ┐ ro marbhaitt droncca dírimhe daghláoch, Hugh Roe fo. 76a . ro machtait laoich ┐ ro tamh- nait colla leo, FM i 332.6 , cf. i 26.3 , ii 776.7 , vi 2256.3 .

machtaigid

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Forms: macdaigthe, machtnaigthi

v i (1 machtad) wonders, is amazed at: machthaigit in slog in mírbail, LU 4231 ( SG 83.10 ). ro machtaigsetar co mór, Trip. 56.3 =mirati sunt, Lat. Lives 9. Part. nec.: is mor ┐ is macdaigthe a nert, FA 1 ( LU 1940 = machtnaigthi LB).