marbacht

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n ā, f., deadness, torpidity: dognitís marbhucht tairis- mech . . . dona srothaibh, CCath. 3928.

marbad

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Forms: barbad

n u, m., vn. of marbaid. iar barbad , LU 4348. Killing, slaying: ferr mug m.¤ better be a slave than be killed (`a living dog is better than a dead lion'), Anecd. iii 17. iar m.¤ mac nUsnig, TBC 464. m.¤ na maccraide la Hiruath, PH 2661. hi cinaid marbtha Eoin Bauptaist, 6419 . marbadh na mbeo ┐ beou- ghadh na marb, Laws i 14.16 . indeitheam marbtha intent to kill, iii 288.2 . nechtar na dā idan marbtha duine which cause a man's death, IT i 122.24 . dofuicfedis . . . rea marbadh nó réa marthain to take their chance of life or death, ZCP viii 219 § 9 . marbud no beired uili all suffered death, 115 § 21. Murcadh in marbtha malartaigh ar mór-Donnchad `author of the heinous death inflicted on D.', Caithr. Thoirdh. 64.37 . With gen. of instrument: a corp d'fagail can marbadh airm air without (marks of) slaying by weapons, AU iii 562.18 . m.¤ na tengadh killing with the tongue, PH 7490. pl. (concrete) slaughters, massacres: crecha mora ┐ marbtha daine do denum, AU iii 86.3 . loisgthi as marbhtha is madmanda, IGT Dec. ex. 1145 . (cryptic) muncorbadh .i. marbadh Goid. 79 § 243 (Dúil Laithne) , ZCP xlix-l 613 .

Of religious mortification: a mm.¤ . . . a mbeogud to mortify and revive them, Mon. Tall. § 52. nert marbtha (one of the virtutes animae), ZCP iii 451.19 .

marbaid

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Forms: mairb-, muirb-, muir-, marb-, marfed- som, marbsa, nisn-ule-mairbfe, ro-marbaind, marbhtar

ā,vb. Fut. stem mairb-, later muirb- (often mair-, muir- before f of inflection), rarely marb- (mar-): no marfed- som , TBC 1638 (YBL). pret. 1 s. marbsa (= marbus-sa), IT i 158.10 ( LL 154b6 ).

(a) kills, slays: nacha-ro-marb-som Dia i ndigail neich dorigensat, Ml. 23b5 . ro marbsat Saul, 56b6 . nisn-ule-mairbfe thou wilt not wholly slay them, 77a15 . marbai in rí[g] . . . aingi in truagh thou slayest the king, thou sparest the pauper, ZCP vii 269 § 11. indhí . . . marbthai duine those that . . . commit homicide, Mon. Tall. § 11. cia marbaid Cain Abíal, SR 1966. acht coro marba in coraid, 5856 . muirfet-sa Gola, 5857 . marbais cét lǽch díb, TBC 1575. in rí nos-crochand ┐ nos- marbann, PH 4203. muirbfid [Michael] Ancrist, 7281 . ní mairfem inn endaic we will not kill an innocent man, Trip. 130.10 . nom-marba mo lam-sa foden, minam marba nech n-aile may my own hand slay me if no one else does, Ériu ii 28.5 luigim-sea . . . go muirbiub-sa tusu, v 72.12 . go muirbhfidís tré dhraoidheacht é, Keat. ii 1305. ro marbhasdar í tré eud, i p. 158 . ro-marbaind torc, IT i 158.12 = LL 154b8 (impf.). marbh ┐ ullmuigh feóil! Gen. xliii 16. Of animals: marbais in Líath Macha ech Ercoil, FB 70. go muirfitis na leomain e, Fl. Earls 234.22 . Of things: icait, bethaigait, marbait (of herbs), SR 7280. co rod-marb galar, MacCarthy 150 § 1. dobicfa fross tened . . . ┐ nob-muirbfe uli, Ériu ii 196 § 13. do mharbh bruth na greine an gaeith, Irish Texts ii 71 § 21 . With pron. suff.: marbthus Cuchulaind C. kills them, SC § 36 , cf. marbthus iat TBC² 1682 ( LU 6166 ). dia nda-tairle mo lorg-sa mairfidus if my club strikes them it will kill them, LU 1430 ( MU 46.3 ). marbsi Conall C. killed him, ZCP xi 109.2 . Pass. na marbhtar lett Ulaid! TBC 6012. marbthair dóib in mucc, IT i 99.17 . co non-romarbthar-ni uli until all of us are slain, BDD 80. not-mairfider immárach, SR 6496. no erálta for maccaib U. dul i ngabthib . . . ar daig coro mmarbtaís in order that they might be killed, IT i 74.19 . co farctais . . . cloch[a] in lochta no mairfitis occi of those who might be slain, BDD 68. ro marbait sochaide dona Cristaigib, PH 368. ro marbtha dā mac Cenneitigh ina dighail, AU 1019. muirfer gan cáirde iad, BNnÉ 147.21 . adubhairt . . . co muirbfidhe le na escairdib é, BCC § 236. Fig. mortifies; annuls, cancels: ma marbitir facta carnis , Wb. 4a13 . marbaid cach marb a cinta (= a dead man cannot be brought to account for his offences), Laws ii 270.29 .

(b) legal term, alienates (property) in mortmain, amortises: marbais Aedh an ferond sin do Dia ┐ do C. gave that land for ever in mortmain, BCC § 94. maille re ar marbad d'ḟearainn Eaglaisi `together with all dead church-lands', Kilk. Arch. Soc. J. ii 346.11 (expld. as lands taken from the Church and not reclaimed afterwards).

(c) exceptionally intrans. dies, is killed: na tri Ferghusa . . . ro marbhsat i cath Crinda le Lughaidh, le Tadhg, ZCP xi 43 § 33 (B. of Lismore).

marbaigid

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Forms: mhairbeóchas, marbhuighim

i,vb. kills: fut. muc mhairbeóchas bhúr gcoin, Oss. vi 134.26 . do mharbheochaidh . . . uile iad, ZCP iv 420.13 . marbhuighim, Dinneen .

marbán

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Forms: marbáin, marbhain

n o, m., a dead person: dirsan marban i mmí gamh, Corm. Y 673 = Bruchst. i § 96 . for colainn marbain, Trip. 222.4 . imradud in marbain thought of the dead man, LL 275a5 = Mór Muman 265 § 6. v s. a marbáin chuili, RC xiii 389.22 . pl. marbhain na bliadhna-sa those who have died this year, TFrag. 60 = Bruchst. i § 96 . caoinfead marbhána inghine mo phobail (= interfectos), TSh. 5826. Cf. mairbne.

Marbán

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o, npr. m. Marbhán mucaidhe, Oss. v 46. Maruhan mucaid, Arch. iii 3.13 . Tromdámh Guaire (Med. and Mod.Ir. Ser. ii), passim . See preceding.

marbánda

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adj io, iā. death-like, torpid: meanma marbhánda, Ériu iv 63.6 (early 16th cent.).

marbdacht

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n ā, f., mortal state, mortality: dorochair i mmarb- dachd ┐ i n-aprisci, Rawl. B 512, fo. 74 c .

marbdae

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adj io, iā.

(a) lifeless, inanimate: nít m.¤ for tercphit, Fél. Sept. 8. delb anmandae foraib ot he marbdai (gl. inanimata), Ml. 130a3 . do rétaib marbdaib, Sg. 39a12 .

(b) mortal, subject to death: ar in corp marbde . . . don chorp marbdu, Wb. 3a14 . hi colaind marbda, PH 6751. socraidecht in bethad nebmarb- dai, RC xxv 246 § 23 ( LU 2645 ). See marbtha.

marbdatu

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n d, m., deadness, torpidity: i cess marbhdhatad ind aimsir gaimrid, Ériu ii 128.1 . i mís marbdatadh (a month in which there is no growth), Laws iv 170.18 Comm. isedh is mis in marbtadh ann, cach mi na ternand in crann, Rawl. B 506 fo. 57d ( O'Don. 2435 ).

marblach

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Forms: mairbhleach

adj o, ā. inanimate? co marblaig `with the lifeless corpse' (of a woman), Met. Dinds. i 10 (: -tarblaig); cf. mairbhleach ` stupid, numb ', Dinneen .