manóir

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n f. (a doublet of mainér < Med. Lat. manerium, perhaps taken from Eng. manor) a mansion, abiding-place: buaid eli ar Toraig . . . nem d'ḟaghail . . . da toghfa innti a manoir (: glóir) for whosoever will choose his abiding-place (grave) in it, ZCP x 342 § 9.

mant

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n o, m., (Cymric loan-word, cf. W. mant `mandible, mouth', ZCP xiv 318 ) the gums, jaw: m.¤ .i. mō a saint bīd, Corm. Y 897. O'Cl. ro dréstanaigset na hIúdaide a máint ┐ a fhiacla, PH 2771. tug buille . . . dar sin a mhant dhó, TFrag. 146. níor thaobhtha le faobhar mo mhainnt better not trust my bite, Hackett i 8. Fig. do ghluais . . . a m.¤ mhara made for the open sea, Ériu v 186.407 . Applied to persons: Muiredach m.¤ capaill croin, IT iii 81 § 57 ( Bruchst. i § 65 ). m.¤ in mearbaill, 100 § 172 . m.¤ na mulchán (a nickname), ALC i 232.15 . In Mod.Ir. a gap in the teeth ; hence fig.: dá luadhainn lorg a bhfola níor fhionnamair mannt I found no defect, Ó Bruad. ii 94.

mantach

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adj o, ā. (mant) gap-toothed, toothless: Fergus Folcthech .i. Fergus m.¤; nó srénḟíaclach [sronfiaclach BB] ro boí ` tooth- less ', Cóir Anm. 161. Seaan Manntach `the Toothless ', AU iii 326.4 .

manuail

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n f. (Lat. manuāle or (liber) manuālis LEIA M-18 ) lit. `a hand-book'; a writing-tablet (? codex): boí m.¤ ordha lais dia breith dia scriobhadh, BNnÉ 328 § 56 (= habebat pugillarem, V.SS.Hib. ii 251.29 ). an manúal, ib. § 57. an manabail . . . for cend na manabaile, § 58.

manuc

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n m. a dim. form of manach, KMeyer Wortk. 33 = a little monk . dia mad mé douéradh fuiriocc, | robadh méth cech m.¤ , ZCP vii 268 § 4 (: caratt).

1 maoi

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Forms: muí, mé

pron (a) late form of muí, gen. of q.v.

(b) in Bérla na f. used for mé (nom.): is fur (.i. olc) m.¤ , ZCP v 485 § 2.

2 maoi

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Forms: maodh

g s. adj.? tar tonngar mara romaoi, Lism. L. 3578 (:saoi). Stokes suggests maodh ` moist, wet ', O'R.

maoidhidh

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v boasts and derivv., see moíd-.

maoilenn

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Forms: máoileann

n ā, f., (mael) máoileann, IGT Dec. § 12 (p. 62.10) . Late Mid. and Mod.Ir. A swelling or convex surface ; ro linge- stair do maoilind talman, TBC 3890 St. (= do mhaol, Eg.); 3914 St. (= do chomhthrom, Eg.). tar maoilinn machaire, p. 491, n. 5 = dar muni m.¤ , LL. ar faicht[h]e do maoilend réidh . . . a Dhúin! Arch. iii 305 § 3. ar mhaoilinn mhara, IGT Dec. ex. 1407. The rounded summit of a hill and by extension a hillock, eminence: mar shíoth gaoithe ar mhaoilinn cnoic, Oss. iv 40. ceó dubh . . . ar gach maoilinn, Hackett xxxix 76. a Éire na maoilinn mbán, Keat. Poems 549. maoilinne sídhe fairy knolls, TD 40.6 .

maoith

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x see maeth and maeith.

maol

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x and derivv. see mael.