2 marcach

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adj o, ā. .i. imsniomach anxious , Celt. Rev. v 293 (17th-cent. gloss) = *margach<mairg, W. Stokes.

marcachas

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n o, m.,

(a) the act (practice, art) of riding; horseman- ship . marcachos (: cros), LL 31a13 . oc marcachus for assan, PH 2613. ná derntar isin domnach . . . marcachus, Ériu ii 202 § 17. ar gart ┐ cruth ┐ deilb ┐ m.¤ , BDD 106. buaid snáma, buaid marcachais, TBC 661. fear . . . dob fearr mileatacht ┐ m.¤ do clandaibh C., FM v 1574.19 .

(b) horsemen, cavalry (coll.): cæcca mile marcachais, RC xxxvii 347 § 51 (: ccois), cf. Keat. ii 347. do mh.¤ fá scamalaibh thy horsemen, Ó Bruad. i 178.

marcachdae

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Forms: marcachde

adj io, iā. pertaining to a horseman: marcachde, gl. equester, Sg. 54b1 .

marcadacht

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Forms: marcadachtae

n ā, f., cavalry: g s. inna marcadachtae (gl. equitatūs), Ml. 72b28 . Cf. marcdacht.

marcaid

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n i, m., a rider, horseman: rí Midhi in marcaidh, BR 266.1 .

marcaigecht

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n ā, f.,

(a) riding, horsemanship: marcuighecht (part of the education of a chief's son), Laws ii 154.6 Comm. marcuighecht ar srian aen-eich riding (opposed to driving in a chariot), Comp. Con. C. 116.21 ( Med. and Mod. Ir. Ser. iii ). tugus baramail dod marcaighecht thy horsemanship, ZCP vi 95.36 . ic m.¤ ar assan, YBL 141b15 = oc marcachus, PH 2613. In fig. sense: ro bāighed [= báidhed] mé ar in tuind-sea . . . ┐ itu-sa uirri oc marcaidecht risin ré sin (of Lí Bán), Acall. 3219n . an té do ghní marcuigheachd ar na flaithis that rideth upon the heavens, Psa. lxviii 4. dol ar marcaigheacht go neamh (i.e. to speed), TSh. 10664. m.¤ a ndiaid a bonn (of a corpse at a funeral), Ir. Review 1912, 250 § 12 .

(b) concrete, riders (coll.): tuccadh na heich chuicce ┐ do cuiredh marcaighecht orra, BNnÉ 89 § 187.

marcdacht

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n ā, f., horsemanship: co nách rabe i nErinn a innsa- mail . . . ar m.¤ , ZCP xiii 199.12 . Cf. marcadacht (prob. a dis- tinct formation).

marclach

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Forms: m., marcaighibh, -aidhibh

n o, m., IGT Dec. § 55.8 . A horse-load, load of a beast of burden . m.¤ , gl. gletealla (= clitellae `pack-saddle'), Ir. Gl. 189. assan . . . m.¤ fuirri do biud, SR 3108. m.¤ cruithnechtae, Trip. 240.12 . cét marclach do fhinnchæluch, Lism. L. 1572. int ech rúad in ro-marclaig with the heavy load, Met. Dinds. iii 454 . capaill marclaigh pack-horses , AU iii 134.7 . comtar suirsi primlocha Erenn do thraightechaibh ┐ marclaighibh (= beasts of burden?), AU 855 (leg. marcaighibh, -aidhibh horsemen?).

marcrad

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Forms: marcruidh

n ā, f., horsemen, cavalry (coll.). marcruidh, IGT Dec. § 13.25 . do Iason ┐ do Ercoil ┐ don marcraidh archena, LL 397a28 . díth dá marcraidh mac Uí Chaoimh, O'Gr. Cat. 444.8.

marcṡluag

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Forms: marcṡlúagh, marcluag

n o, m., (compd. of marc) marcṡlúagh (marcluag C.), IGT Dec. § 11.12 . marcluag, PH 1536. A body of horsemen or mounted soldiers; cavalry . in marcsluag sidi, LL 27b7 . m.¤ do echrad tened, LB 152b41 . ro coraigh Césair a marcslogh, CCath. 455. tinol in mharcsluaigh, Aen. 1918. cath marc- sluaigh a battalion of horsemen, Cog. 76.24 . carbad Israel ┐ a mharcṡluagh, 2 Kings ii 12. pl. marcslóig do echtrandaib, Alex. 44. im marcṡlógaib insi Point, CCath. 4891. Also treated as ā,f. (occas. marcṡlach): toisech marcsluaighi righ Ailech, AU ii 166.15 (an. 1170). cómhroicit a ndí mharcslúagh; maidhis for marcsluaigh Uladh, ALC i 84.25 . go marcshlaigh mōir, Fl. Earls 74.18 ; cf. 104.5 , 186.8 . trúp marcshlaighi, 54.9 .

marcṡluagach

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adj o, ā. pertaining to or possessing cavalry: cinedh begach m.¤ , Fen. 210.4 . ar an milidh marcsluaghach, ZCP viii 221 § 46.