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.

marcués

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Forms: mar- ceiss, marcess, marceiss, marquéis, marcos, marcós, marcois

n m. (late Romance loan-word) a marquis . marcues Spinnal the Marquis Spinola, Fl. Earls 42.12 . mar- ceiss, ib. 17 . don marcess , ib. 22 . g s. in marceiss , 46.19 . marquéis, TSh. 7859. Keat. iii 124. Also marcos (-us): m.¤ Aontrom, Rel. Celt. ii 176.20 . marcós, 180.40 . g s. marcois, 176.32 . marcus de Boniard, D. Mac Cárrthaigh 23.249 .

? máré

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n m. matan matan Mairt, LU 3007 = SG 235.21 .

marés

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n [f.] (= μυριάς) a myriad, a million: deich cunia . . . issed tiagait in m.¤, | deich mares . . . techtas co derb caterua, SR 766. deich cuma [leg. cunia] i mmares, deich mares in caterua, ZCP iv 235 n. 2 .

1 marg(g)

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Forms: Mairci

n ā, f., (O.N. loan-word, RC xi 454 , Bidrag 74 ) a march, boundary . for mairg Lagen, LL 122a53 . ? g s. co Temraig Mairci (place in Co. Leix), LU 3189. co Temraig Margi, Met. Dinds. ii 76.

2 marg(g)

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Forms: mairg, mharg, mharg

n o, m., (< Eng. mark) a mark (coin): do ceann- chaide[dh] . . . an mart ar mh.¤ the ox used to be bought for a mark, AU iii 422.12 . pl. trí mairg (correct form) . . . trí mharg (anomalous) . . . trí hór-mharg (incorrect), IGT Introd. § 18. mile marg, AU ii 258.6 . ceithre chéd décc marg, FM iv 816.13 . See further Éigse xii 173-74 .

marg(g)ad

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n o, m., (late loan-word < Lat. mercatus, Ped. i 199 ; through O.N., RC xi 494 , Bidrag 154 ).

(a) a market: mormargad, gl. nundinae, Ir. Gl. 327. tri marggaid and .i. marggad bíd ┐ etaig. m.¤ beochruid . . . m.¤ Gall ┐ deorad, LL 215a18 . oc cennaigecht a n-indmais ┐ a marcaid árchena (= commercia sua), PH 4391. bailti márc- caid ` market-towns ', Maund. 141. do brath na mbailteadh marccadh, FM iii 338.4 . plass margaidh market-place , Fl. Earls 98.17 . ag crois marged cathrach na G., ZCP vi 77.10 . mur sdoc magaidh ┐ mur miosgan margadh market-butter (i.e. a take-in?), Luc. Fid. 344.9 .

(b) a market-place: o ranuc cusin marcud, PH 1052. ar marggad na mórchatrach, LL 230a17 = TTr. 951. ro loisg . . . margadh Luimnigh, FM iii 126.18 . na srāitte ┐ na margaidhi, Fl. Earls 256.32 .

(c) a bargain, contract (?) (if not an erroneous expansion of marg- for margáil): mā tá margaidh (margáil, v.l.) nō connartha aige Celtica i 213.145 .