maithmige

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n f. (maithmech)

(a) remission; forgiveness. iar bfaghail maithmidhe na boramha o Fionnachta, Mart. Don. 34.11 . tabhair-si maithfidhe damh, BNnÉ 237 § 162.

(b) remissness? gurb ferr dó bás d'fagbail nā m.¤ do denum réna naimdib `to flinch before', Fian. 94.10 (māithmige, Meyer, as if connected with maíth, maeth); perhaps = concession .

? maithne

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ind cruan .i. geal ┐ m.¤ .i. dearg, H. 3.18 p. 624 (cited O'Curry M. and C. i 482 ), an explanation of the word cruan- maithnech; cf. O'Dav. 555 s.v. cruan. See cruanmaithne.

maíthne

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n , f., dejection, sorrow? dobí do mét [a maíthne ┐] a dobróin, RC xix 378 § 255. See muichnech.

maíthnech

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x see muichnech, -as.

maithnechtaige

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x see mainnechtaige.

maíthnige

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x see muichnige.

máithre

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Forms: máthrae, maithre

n [io, m. ?] (máthair) mother's kin or tribe, maternal kins- folk (collect.). Some of the exx. below may represent a form máthrae. co ro gle itir maithre ┐ aithre (.i. cu ra deiligther iter fine mathar ┐ fine athar), Laws i 192.14 , 194.12 . selb fine athardai . . . ┐ selb maithrai (.i. fine mathar aga selbhadh), i 260.5 , 274.19 . á Íssu, ro éra do máthre `whom Thy Mother's folk rejected', Fél. Ep. 474. a ngein gignathar and . . . is tria chumachta gebaid a mmathre thír the child that will be born . . . through its might shall its mother's tribe gain land, Ériu iii 137. 65 . a Mulling, nā mill mo tuat[h]a nā mo māthra ! (: brātha), Anecd. ii 28. i lLiphechair ro halt etir a maithre ┐ a athre, RC xxv 30 § 12 (= a maithri ┐ a aithriu, YBL) = tuargabad . . . eter a mathre mine | is a aithre, ZCP viii 270 § 50 ( Rawl. 87b 40 ). co mmorfeiser eitir maithre ┐ aithri `to seven degrees both of the mother's and father's kin', Ériu vii 166.13 . bale a ndernath in cottach etir a mathre ┐ a athre .i. etir Cenel nEndai ┐ Lugdach, Cáin Ad. 12. nenaisc C. for a mathrai a cís cétna, LL 36b14 . rus-aitreb la maithri with his mother's kin, Cóir An. 194. ro cechaing Mac C. . . . go mathra i Moigh Uladh, Misc. Hagiogr. 28.28 . dobert [Bress] .vii. n-aidirie di trénferuib Erenn .i. a matri fri hasic na flathæ uad `gave seven hostages to Ireland's champions, that is to her chiefs' (? gave seven sureties from among Ireland's champions, i.e. of his mother's tribe, i.e. the Tuatha De D. to whom Bress belonged on the maternal side), RC xii 62 § 24. bui fodord moar imbe lie mathrui la Thuaith Dei his mother's kinsfolk, the T.D., murmured greatly against him, 68 § 36. dobreth di Ruadan an gai o mathri conud [d]esin doberar gai matri de garmnaib beus a nErinn the spear was given to R. by his mother's folk (i.e. the Tuatha D.D.), 94 § 124 . g s. as attrib.: cred fa n-ictar in cumal maithre re fine mathar? H. 3.18 p. 301 - 2 ( O'C. 624 ). ma ra iccad a cumal maithri remi, Rawl. B 506 fo. 49c ( O'Don. 2396 ). ? Eocho Maireda in maitre | miad n-ordd n-iṅgnad, LL 135a17 = Todd Nenn. 266. ? dobreth Eithne Uathach comairle dia meithre, Rawl. 132b14 .

maithriugad

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Forms: máithriughadh

n m. (< máthair) the state of having `máithre', relations on the mother's side? na fir sin ar na maithriughadh go huasal `these men had noble mothers', Rel. Celt. ii 216.16 . máithriughadh ` mothering, fostering ', Dinneen .

maitín

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n m. matins, the earliest canonical hour of prayers: a ndiaigh mhaitín, MacAingil 243.4 .

maitsiúnach

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n (AN loanword, Risk 587 ) mason : Domhnall O Brien mc. Taidhg do marbadh do maitssiunach a Cuynchi … acus gur marbh fear da muntir a chompanach, .i. in matssiuna( ) bi 'ma riss, AI 380 (s.a. 1281.9). timaircter lat a n-us dech do saeraib, ┐ do maistiunachaib 'assemble thou all the best wrights and masons' Grail 126 . ciodh trā acht as í sin uair ┐ aimsir a ttāngadar saoir ┐ māisiūnaigh ōn ccathraigh, Eachtra Uill. 2458 .

mal

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adv. where: áit m.¤ connairnechtatar where they met, TBC 1441 , cf. 1565 . ? marait na clocha is tír thair | mail robammar 'n-ar cathaib, LL 208a2 ( Festschr. W. Stokes 9.24 ) = bhail a mbamar, ZCP iii 434.1 ( B. Lism. fo. 154a1 ). Seems a form of mar (immar), cf. amal and the cognate Mid. W. mal `as, like' (Mod. W. fel), see Ped. i 165 , 436 .