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).

machtnad

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n m. later Mid.Ir. form of 1 machtad, wonder, sur- prise; a matter for wonder . machtadh no machtnadh .i. iongnadh, O'Cl. gabhus machtnadh menmhan ┐ iongnadh aigenta íad, BNnÉ 166 § 41. machtna meanman, 158.1 . Usually with cop.: nirbo m.¤ [machthad LU] ce no ḟoisced a cenda, TBC² 483. nár bhó machtnadh iatt do ghníomh ina ndearnsatt that it was no wonder they should have done what they did, FM v 1528. is m.¤ linn nā tic in muilleoir, Lism. L. 1998. ba m.¤ mor lasan airdri iomad na n-esccarad, Ériu iv 49 § 2 . ba machtnadh ┐ ba hingantus dermhair leo, Fl. Earls 52.9 . FM v 1662.18 . As quasi-vn.: bai cach dib ic fegad ┐ ic machtnadh d'araile, BB 424a6 . In concrete sense: tinnscnamh for mh.¤ ┐ tuaruscbail na hInnia annso `the marvels and de- scription of India', Marco P. 144.

machtnaigid

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Forms: machtnaighedh

v i (machtnad) wonders, marvels, is amazed at: machtnaigim-si cia hanfhéle `I marvel at thy impudence', PH 1756. cidh mhachtnuighi? why marvellest thou? Lism. L. 3762. machtnuighit ┐ ingantaighit mírbuili Dé, 3874 . ro machtnaig o menmain inní ro chuala, PH 5505. cioth cloich- snechta . . . bátar dronga i nErinn na ro mhachtnaidh é acht amhail nach cioth n-aile, FM v 1678.8 . In impers. pass. con- struction: ro machtnaighedh uime siubhal for an righ all wondered at his walking on the king, BNnÉ 292 § 11. Intrans.: machtnaigit ind óic de-sein, TFerbe 92 . gur mhachtnuighea- dar . . . re huamhan na hiolphéiste, Maguires of F. § 3.

machtnaigthi

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(part. nec. of machtnaigid) to be wondered at; wonderful, surprising. is mor ┐ is m.¤ a nert, FA 1 (LB). ni lugu is m.¤ lim-sa comad . . . I have no less reason to marvel that . . ., PH 1758. coin co méit m.¤ of wonderful size, 1782 .

machtnamh

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n o, m., (mod.) wondering, marvelling ,absol. or folld. by AR. ac macnamh air ` astonished at', Eg. Gl. 475. mar do bheith mórán ag machtnamh ort, Isa. lii 14. innmhe ag Gallaibh ní machtnamh, O'Bruad. iii 164. In mod. spoken lang. generally = considering, reflecting .

machtnugad

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Forms: machtnaigthi

n u, m., (vn. of machtnaigid) wondering, marvelling; a cause of surprise or wonder . is é a m.¤ this is the surprising thing about it, Laws v 94.24 Comm. Usually with cop. folld. by LA: bá machtnugud ┐ ba hingnad mór léo cen múr na cathrach do trascairt, CCath. 1843 , cf. 2854 . ba m.¤ mor le in fainne órda, MR 72.2 . g s. is e cuit in machtnaigthi `the force of the doubt', Laws iv 64.7 Comm. robad ingnad lib méd in machtnaigthi, YBL 84a18 . Considering, pondering? cia machtnugadh dorone sencus fer nErend do rad ris? what consideration caused it to be called . . ., Laws i 34.14 . ag machtnughadh ┐ ag midheamhain ar an muinntir misgnigh sin, TSh. 6601.

macloc

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Forms: maclaig

n o, m., `child-place', womb. in locc asa teid a naidhe .i. in maclog, RC xxvi 28 n. 4 . in chompert . . . rolá saide . . . it macloc-su, LL 273b26 . glanaidh in maclach, O'Gr. Cat. 229. 21 (= purgat matricem). g s. cum an maclaig , Rosa Angl. 222.16 .

macnas

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Forms: macnus, macnus

n o and u, m. macnus, IGT Dec. § 38, p. 88 . Sport, dalliance (generally in bad sense), wantonness . macnus `pleasure, luxury', Eg. Gl. 459. céol ┐ cuideachta, meadar ┐ m.¤ , ZCP iv 408.16 . roboi oc macnus for Fechín he was wanton to F., RC xii 342 § 37. cia a n-aghaidh a ndéantaoi bhur macnus? against whom do ye sport yourselves? Isa. lvii 4. má dho-rinne mé m.¤ `if I have lived riotously', Studies 1924, 87 § 17 . na cúig fhir déag ba mhó meisneach ┐ macnais `the most daring and lustful', Keat. iii 2812. ag measgán mhearbhaill mhacnasa na colna, TSh. 7522. do mhúchadh a mhacnais, 275 . Of sport, play as oppd. to reality: ní ba m.¤ meanman a n-éirghe a vain imagination, Carswell 125. ag lámhach mac- nuis as chran̄tábaill at play-shooting , Rel. Celt. ii 172.6 .

macnasach, macnaisech

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adj o, ā. wanton, luxurious: bí neach eile macnaiseach 'n-a mhaoin (= in bonis illius alius luxuria- bitur), TSh. 7173. macnasach a n-adhuigh Chríosd, 1 Tim. v 11 . dáoine macnuchasa (macnusacha, ed. 1829) effeminate , 1 Cor. vi 9.

1 mac(c)rad

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Forms: macroth, macrad, macradh, macraidh

n ā, f., (mac). macroth, TBC² 401 = macrad LU. macradh, IGT Dec. § 12.17 . macraidh § 13 .

(a) sons (coll.), children, offspring: dorigset comarli cóir | maccrad amra Iacoib, SR 3534. a maccrad Iacoib! 3605 . rí ro tidnacht bith ṁbuidnech . . . maínib maccraid with its treasures and offspring, 2635 . guid maccraid [macraith v.l.] . . . ind noíb Emiliáni, Fél. Aug. 22 (.i. E. cum .vii. filiis, ib. p. 188 Comm. )

(b) generally boys, youths (coll. : ro clos . . . son a garma | macraide caille Fochlad, Hy. ii 16. tech i mbatar in m.¤ oc cur in rothchlessa, FB 64. scéla na maccáem ┐ na maccraide i nEmain, TBC 876. cath na Maccraide the battle of the youths, CRR 57. i n-urd fiansae macruidhe in the order of youthful championship, Ériu viii 173.1 . gillandrad ┐ macraid, Cog. 66.15 . banmaccrad girls , TBC 1360. macrad gréine (of host of Heaven), Studies 1930, 439.11 . Of young children (appa- rently only of the Holy Innocents): lín na macraide ro ches la Heróid, L. Hy. i 38.25 . ro marb Hiruath in macraid i mBethil, PH 2837 , cf. 2661 , 6960 . Irúath do mharb an macraid, Maund. § 82. lā na macraidhi the Feast of the Inno- cents, Fl. Earls 96.25 .