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 .

marg(g)áil

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n i, f., chaffering, trafficking: go ham margála ┐ cen- naighechta, Ériu v 170.136 . an uile fhleasgach dodhéana malairt nó m.¤ , Pairl. Chl. Tomáis 1533 ( Gadelica i 228 ).

marg(g)álaidh

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Forms: margáluigh

n m. a trafficker, chapman: pl. margáluigh ┐ ceannuighthe, 2 Chron. ix 14.

margan

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Forms: marban, -án

n o, m., (Lat. margo, -in-) a margin (of a book). nóna ocus ída . . . fort m.¤ . . . bieit inna líni, Fél. Prol. 307. do scrib me na lineda sin tis ar m.¤ , Plummer Colophons 32 ( H. 2.15a p. 36 , scribe's note, c. 1351). margán Cín Chille Cúile 404 (Latin-Irish dictionary in NLW MS Peniarth 184) . Misspelt marban, -án: do chor ar in marbán, Ir. Lit. 16 n . ar an marbhán, ib. 17 n . na roinni marbhain marginal verses, Brussels 5100 fo. 93a .

margnad?

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n ruc ainm cen mimes margnaid, BB 360b29 = marggaid, Met. Dinds. iii 2. 19 (where the reading of BB is supported by majority of MSS.).

margócán

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x see mairgócán.

margréit

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Forms: margrent, margarét, margrétai

n f. (< Lat. margarita) a pearl. a hadamaint is a margreit, Rawl. 77b39 . in margreit ┐ in log loghmhar .i. sanctus Patricius , Lism. L. 38. margrent [sic fcs.] thaitne- mach, LB 138b6 = Hog. Nenn. 66. a hindech do margarét, Fianaig. 14 § 32. lomnan do mairgrec ┐ do lecaib logmaraib, RC xxvi 160 § 45. do margreg, Aisl. Tund. 116 § 1 = margarét 140 . pl. margrétai, PH 2446. o mairgretaib ┐ o nemannaib, Alex. 590. do margairib, KMMisc. 317.2 .

maridu

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v gl. crepo (corrupt) ZCP xxi 281 .

marla

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n m. (Romance loan-word) marl (clay): [gort] puill in marla of the marl-pit, O'Gr. Cat. 156.18 (deed of 1548).

marlad

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Forms: marladh

n o, m., luachradh, cirrpheadh, gainmheadh, marladh, IGT Dec. § 11 (p. 55.17) ; vn. formation from marla = to marl ?

marmar

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Forms: marmur, marmair, marmal

n ā, f., later o, m. (Lat. marmor) marble: marmur, gl. marmor, Ir. Gl. 1104. a s. marmair, Sg. 33b12 . tempul de marmair grind glain, LL 143a46 . do marmair, Maund., § 8 . tumba mharmuri, § 36 (but: pilér marmuir, § 79 ). for leccaib lomma (.i. marmair), LB 151a26 . do cholomhnaib marmair aíngil, Fl. Earls 152.34 . clocha marmair, TSh. 666. piléir marmuir, Canticles v 15 . The by-form marmal o, m. also occurs: ar sdoighrib mínghlana marmail, Études Celtiques i 82.24 .