mainnechtnach

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adj o, ā. remiss, negligent . maineachtnach, ne- amhchuramach, Eg. Gl. 471. m.¤ cum duine oile do smach- tugud, Ériu v. 132 § 60. mainneachdnach ag sgrúdadh do choinnsiasa, MacAingil 220.11 . ní bhía sé mainneachtnach ris an té ḟúaithighes é he will not be slack, Deut. vii 10. Prov. x 4.

mainnechtnaige

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Forms: maidnechtnaighi

n , f., = mainnechtaige. coll crábhaidh ┐ maindechtnaige urnaigthi, Acall. 127 = maidnechtnaighi 288 . ag furail leisce ┐ maindeachtnaige uirre, Lat. Lives 75 = Lism. L. 1418. mainechtnaige deuosioin, Fl. Earls. 120.1 . mainneachtnaighe a cleireach, BNnÉ 256.4 .

mainner, mainer

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n ( < Eng. manner) manner, kind, sort: is e so airecc airlig ┐ mainder marbtha dobertha forru, LB 154a45 . co festais cia mainder bāis dobertis for Iosep, PH 2955. cach uile mainer [cinel v.l.] ēisg, Maund. 163. mainner dligidh, H. 3.17 c. 93-4 ( O'Don. 117 ).

mainnigid

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v i, grows slack, fails: do mhainnigh mo chroidhe, Canticles v 6 .

mainnrid

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v (denom. <mainner?) forms a manner or habit? cid ag Leth Cuind . . . do mebhraighis do mhacchleasa, is a Leth Mogha do mhaindris do chuidig don comland sin `thou hast practised' (a taunt to an opponent who retreats), MR 302.6 .

mainnsér

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Forms: -ér, -éir, maindsér

n m. (Romance loan-word). m.¤ (g s. -ér, -éir) IGT Dec. § 35. A manger, crib, stall . maindsér, gl. praesepe, Ir. Gl. 861. maindser an asail ┐ an daim, Maund. 58. dā .xx. míle máindser . . . ┐ x. n-eich for cech máindser, LB 130b56 . aithnigh an t-assal mainséur a mhaighisdir, Isa. i 3.

mainrechta ?

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n robé m.¤ De forsind [ḟ]ormna-sa (a prayer), Arch. iii 232.22 ; perh. for maindreachta (mainn-), a formation from 1 mainder, ` enfolding, guardianship '? Cf. mainreach, maindreach ` hut, fold ', O'R.

? mair

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ind cen mo mair .i. . . . m.¤ uīta ut dicitur: m.¤ im beo .i. im beo im bethaid, O'Mulc. 218. An etym. invention; see maraid.

mairbe

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n [, f.] (marb) deadness, numbness: baill . . . bís maille m.¤ , O'Gr. Cat. 268 z . mo chorpán as lor mairbhe, Buile S. 69 z. Mortification: truilled ┐ mairbi in boill, Rosa Ang. 178.11 .

mairbill

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n m.¤ .i. maris bellum .i. cath no imecla battle or panic , Corm. Y 947 ; prob. same as muirbell q.v.

mairbne

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n (pl.) dead bodies, corpses? nó felís .i. hua muc-mairb- nib ut alii dicunt with swine's carcasses, Ml. 40a12 ; gl. saturati sunt filiis, Psa. xvi 14 ; the `alii' = the Roman Psalter which reads: saturati sunt porcina (Plummer MS. notes). Cf. marbán.