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 .

marbnad

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Forms: marbna, marbnadh, -nath, -nad, -nat, marbhnuidh, -naith, -nuid, -nuit, marbhna

n ā, f., (marb + nath), later marbna. marbnadh, -nath, -nad, -nat, IGT Dec. § 12.20 . marbhnuidh, -naith, -nuid, -nuit, § 13.5 . marbhna, § 3 . An elegy, a threnody: ro chan in m.¤ -sa ic sádud na cloiche fil for a lige, LL 44b43 . dorinne in marbnadh so, TBC 4460 St. mac ind Fháthlega dia ndernad in marbnaid erdraicc, Aisl. MC 91.26 . hi marbhnaidh Cui- mine Fotæ, Corm. Y 673. ar airmidin molta ┐ marbnaide [marbnada LB] Senáin, ZCP iii 225.2 . ag denum a marbh- naide, AU iii 310.9 . adubairt B. an marbhna bhecc so, Cog. 88.17 . adubhairt an file an mhairbhne a bháis, Maguires of F. § 99. gebhad marbhnaei, Misc. Celt. Soc. 410.9 . Common as title in bardic poetry.

marbtha

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adj io, iā (same word as marbdae?) mortal, deadly: peccad m.¤ , PH 7354. pian in peccaid m.¤ , 7811 . pecadh m.¤ , BCC § 246. Pilib Bocht 4.39 .

marbthach

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adj o, ā.

(a) deadly, fatal: ionann apthach ┐ marbh- thach, Keat. ii 2193. sruth neme marbthaigi, FA § 30 LB ( IT i 191.32 ). co clóthib nemi marbthaig, PH 8304. má ibhid ní marbhthach, Mark xvi 18. buille m.¤ , RC xix 48 § 63. isnna dubhailchibh marbhthacha, Études Celtiques i 78.15 . Of places: hi tegdais . . . m.¤ malartach, PH 8298 , cf. 8245 , Lism. L. 3642. Of persons: slog . . . m.¤ (of demons), PH 8104. gasradh ro-marbtach, BNnÉ 248 § 202. Of a fatal illness (= Lat. mortale), Mackinnon Cat. 32.13 . tug a dhúthaigh . . . do cheannuidhe i gcairt mharbthaigh `by mortgage' (?), A. Ó Dálaigh 50.10 . As subst. a destroyer, slayer: is e m.¤ na min- chreach, ZCP viii 225 z . a láimh an mharbhthuigh, Ezek. xxi. 11 . Deut. iv 42. dun- (athar-, máthar-) marbtach, gl. homi- cida (parricida, matricida), Ir. Gl. 316 - 18 .

(b) in intrans. sense deathlike, inert, feeble: bid meirtnech m.¤ mi-ēchtach, LL 234a35 ( TTr. 1279 ).

? marbtheim

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ind nī máith cridhe ce chīe mairbt[h]eim, Corm. Y 419 = marbteind, LB, mairbthim, H. Leg. marb teinn: a heart breaks not though it mourn a sorrowful death (lit. dead person), K. Meyer, Bruchst. i § 96 ; but possibly a compd. of teim `darkness, death', q.v.

marbthóir

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Forms: marbhthóir

n o, m., a slayer, murderer: an marbhthóir , Numb. xxxv 11. marbhtóir mileadh, R.I.A. 23 G 24, p. 254 .

marbtine

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ind (legal term): tola marfiach (.i. cinta dethbiri) m.¤ (.i. cin inndethbiri) .i. imat fiach mor do dlesdain de, H. 3.18 p. 215a ( O'C. 380 ); 'a marbtine, i.e. an avoidable liability, is an abundance of great penalties, i.e. unavoidable liabilities, i.e. an abundance of great penalties is due for it' EIS 237 . See also mairbthine.

marbtu

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n d, m., mortality: bethu et nebmarbtu immortality , Wb. 29d24 . tech nebmarbtath, 15c13 .

marc

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n o, m., (cf. W. march `horse') a horse (more poetic word than ech). m.¤ .i. each, Corm. Y 851. O'Mulc. 816. O'Cl. m.¤ .i. ech no lāir, O'Dav. 1217. mairc cona cairpthib, Fianaig. 6.7 , cf. Cóir An. 220. dá trichait marc (.i. ech), LU 9951. Mide magen na m.¤ , Met. Dinds. ii 42 , cf. MR 138.5 . i modhaib m.¤ . . . .i. o gnimrad a n-ech, O'Dav. 303 , cf. Laws iv 2.2 . raluidin[n]-se de marcaib I used to ride on steeds, Ériu i 72 § 3. screpall for gach cathraigh . . . ┐ marcc for an righ (an assessment), BNnÉ 247 § 200. A mare: eich .i. firenna ┐ mairc .i. na lathracha, H. 3.18 p. 639b ( O'C. 1424 ), cf. eich mairc muca, Laws i 268.20 . Hence as ā,f. in B. na f.: menn mairce (.i. searrach eich) a colt , ZCP xii 360.22 . gabsat dí marc hi n-athgabhail, ZCP vii 305.14 (= dí mairc?).

Compds. marc[c]ír (gl. strigilis) a horse-comb , Thes. ii 226.37 ( PCr. 30b ). marcbāgh a horse-race , Laws v 488.11 Comm. ¤ḟoich: marccoichi (leg. marc-ḟoichi) gl. crabrones, sc(r)abrones 'horse-flies' ÉC xxii 210 § 3 , 213 . ¤muilenn .i. muilenn imsai [sic MS.] ech, O'Mulc. 817 ; 'horse-mill' Studies on Early Ireland 18 . See also marcsluag.