? martlaige

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n [io,n.] compd. of 1 mart `dead body' and laige, lige `lying' = layer (pile) of slain? co farcaib martlaigi dona collaib ar bélaib na nGréc, TTr.² 953 (`horseloads', Stokes, reading marclaige). Cf. mortlaid.

martra

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n (in B. na f.) = martrae? tugan m.¤ `a martyr's cloak' (of the shield Dubgilla), Met. Dinds. iv 330 = LL 193b44 . tiug trom m.¤ miad n-ere | faircde corpda cuirp duine, Oss. v 260.5 = H. 3.18 p. 650 (another version of same poem).

martrae

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Forms: martar, martre, martri, martre, martrae, martra, m., martra

n , f., (< Lat. martyrium, influenced by O.Ir. martar, Ped. i 352 ). n s. martre, Thes. ii 246.30 (Cambr. Hom.), AU 824. a s. martri, Wb. 23c31 , 24d13 . g s. martre, 4b21 , 7b5 . g p. martrae, Fél. Dec. 23.

(a) martyrdom (in strict sense, of violent death inflicted by enemies of God): gl. martyrium, Ir. Gl. 738. martrae Luciáni, Fél. Jan. 7. iar céssad hi mmartrai, Nov. 22. co cléir martrae máre, Dec. 6. na focraici dlegait ón Chomdid ar a mmartra, RC xxv 240 § 11 ( LU 2570 ). martre Blaimhicc o genntib, AU 824. sochaidhe martrai, 919 . Fig. of a place: martra Hérenn Tulen, Triads 29 (see AU 919 ). As vn.: na naim do martra , RC xix 16.18 . téit martrai suffers martyrdom: cia thiasu-sa martri (= etsi immolor), Wb. 23c31 . do thecht martre, 7b5 . dul martre, 4b21 . Dublitir sacardd Ard Macha do dhul martra leu, AU 922. nach macc dochuaid martrai la Hirúath, Fél. Ep. 267. ZCP iii 21.26 . dochotar martra la hechtrandu, RC ix 18 z ; but: dochuatar a martrai, Fél.² clxvi (Sept. 22) . bán- (derg-, glas-) m.¤ : filus tre chenelæ martre . . . baan- martre ocus glas-martre ocus derg-martre, Thes. ii 246.27 (for definition see p. 247 ). ǽs dergmartra dutrachtaige do Dia, FA 23. is aire tiagat in doini dercmartrae ┐ glasmartrae ┐ bánmartrai, Ériu vii 152.22 . Cf. ZCP iii 29.18 . ruadhmartra, ALC i 536.2 (of murder of a priest).

(b) in wider sense, a violent death; slaughter; intense suffer- ing . dobērthar in mor-martra ann for sil Adaim (of Dooms- day), SR 8179. fo bās martra roda[s]-smacht (of Elisha cursing the children), 7155 . bud fórmach do rig-martra, TBC 2759 = do rigmartaib, TBC² 2058. martra muintir[e] Vuilt, CCath. 2859. ni deis re Dia derg-martra ar dainib slaughter, MR 172.11 . beatha martra (= a life of self-morti- fication), Todd Nenn. 188.8 . Mael C. . . . do éc . . . fo buaidh martra ┐ haithrighi, AU ii 106.21 . go n-erbail . . . iar martra fhoda, FM ii 926.8 .

(c) coll. relics (of saints or martyrs), somet. burial-place or tomb of a saint ; cf. martyria = martyrum ossa, reliquiae; martyrum sepulcra, Ducange . m.¤ Patraic, Trip. 120.20 . forá- caib martrai sruithi occu, 194.12 (glossed `taisi' in both passages, Arch. iii 22 , 26 ). airchinning bíte ós inchaib martra na nǽb, FA 25. co tairchellsatar relic ┐ martra Petair ┐ Phóil, LL 281a51 . is lais ro tarclamtha in mór-martra nóeb i n-oenscrín, 370b3 ( Arch. Hib. iv 204 ). Ériu v 120.20 . Wit- nesses took an oath over relics or at a saint's grave: tri .xx. fer do martra imon comraiti (i.e. 60 men to give witness at a saint's tomb about the deliberate act), Cóic Conara F. 38 § 52 , see note p. 66 . Cf. further: les martradh, Laws iv 86.19 Comm. (`probably a churchyard' note); leg. martrae?

(d) rarely martyr, victim: pāiss ocht cét cáin-martrae, Fél. Dec. 23. iss e seo lin na martra dorocair icon Troi, BB 445a23 (g s.?).

martraid

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Forms: martrad, martradh

v a. (martir) martyrs, inflicts martyrdom on: ar t'aith- ris a mheic mhaithmhigh | mé id mhartra go martairthir, Studies 1931, 660.4 . i n-onoir na martirech ro martrad le n-aithrechaib sim, PH 255. is annsa crich sin do martradh Tomas apstal, Marco P. 173. vn. martrad. martradh (o, m.), IGT Dec. § 11 (p. 55.14) . martradh na n-apstal, TSh. 5532. Torturing, maiming: sloigheadh la Gallaibh . . . ┐ martradh Nuadhat mic S. leo, FM i 464.23 , cf. 486.12 .

martraigid

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v i. martyrs: ro martraighedh dā fer .xii., Fél. 52.16 .

mas

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adj. see mass.

1 más

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n o, m.,

(a) bottom, fundament: posda, úaitne, m.¤ `a base, pillar, undersetter ', Eg. Gl. 365. domna .i. mas, O'Dav. 680. lethid a mais (of a vessel), ib. ni frith domain isin dabaig .i. m.¤ , Fél. 244.23 .

(b) buttock, posterior: mass, Corm. Y 928. m.¤ mar leth mæthail, Corm. p. 36 (s.v. prúll). do ghérr a n-éaduighe . . . go nuige a mása, 2 Sam. x 4. ós cionn a más, 1 Chron. xix 4.

(c) of places: Mas na Ríghna (name of a hill), RC xiv 258 § 18 . dichlochad más már-Midi `to clear stones from the Bottoms of great M.', Met. Dinds. ii 6.

2 más

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Forms: mas, mas

n m. (late Romance loan-word) mace (spice): an croicenn bís ima nutmic issé sin an m.¤ , Maund. § 159. mas, Rosa Ang. 140.14 . do mas , 260.6 .

másach

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adj o, ā. (1 más) having large buttocks: ben masech (of a harlot), Laws v 456.25 Comm. (= maisech?). Eoin Másach hUa Maethagáin (a nickname), Misc. Celt. Soc. 328.1 .

masal

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Forms: mionnmhasail

n m. a mazer, wooden bowl? a soitheach crainn . . . no a m.¤ , R.I.A. 23 P 103, 28b23 (med. text). pl. mionnmhasail, L. Cloinne A. Buidhe 163.35 (valued possessions of a chief).

masán

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n o, m., reproof, blame: mosán, Dinn. nā tabair m.¤ orm, O'Gr. Cat. 139.7 , cf. 147.18 (scribal notes). a bhráthair as díol m.¤ `thou contemptible friar', TD 38.7 . ar mhannar masáin `roughly and scurvily', O'Bruad. i 98.