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.

masclach

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Forms: mascalach, m., masglach, mascalach

adj o, ā. mod. mascalach (mascul), `masculine' hence manly, virile, of fine presence and bold bearing; m.¤ , IGT Dec. ex. 730 = masglach, Introd. § 99. di muntir masclaig (.i. mescoclaig) muaid, LL 364 marg. sup. féinid m.¤ mordelba, Hy Fiachr. 294.22 . táinte Mhaghnuis mhasclaigh `manly', Maguires of F. § 97. mascalach ` proud and haughty ', Ó Bruad. iii 162. Used of a fine woman: smuainim an mnaoi masc- cloicchsi, Ériu iv 55.28 . Déirdre mhascalach mhaordha, Keat. Poems 62. an maighre . . . mascalach mná, Hackett xxiii 5.

mascul

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n o, m., orig. n. (Lat. masculus) the masculine gender; masculine form (of a word); as pred. masculine (rarely attrib.). n s. (with art.) a m.¤ (gl. masculinum), Sg. 66b16 . in tain bed femininum . . . in tain bed m.¤ , 66b14 . m.¤ ┐ femen ┐ neodar lasin Laitneoir, Auraic. 522. insce m.¤ , 620 . cach ferrdha .i. a masgul, Anecd. v 23 n. 12 . don rand is uaisli . . . .i. don m.¤ , Laws i 34.7 Comm. a ainmnegud mascail nominative mascu- line, 2.21 Comm.

masculda

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adj o, ā. masculine, male: gné mhasgalta ┐ gne fheme- anda, R.I.A. 23 K 42, 335.13 .

masculinda

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Forms: mascuil

adj io, iā. (hybrid formation from Lat. masculinus) masculine (gramm.): Sg. 66b10 . do anmanaib mascuilindaib , 190b5 (leg. mascuil?).

masla (maslad)

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n m. and f. insult, opprobrium, disgrace: fuarus in m.¤ ┐ in t-imdergadh sin, ZCP vi 282.18 . nách fuairsid m.¤ , Misc. Celt. Soc. 372.1 . ba mór an masladh [nāire v.l.] leo orra féin they deemed it a great affront to themselves, ZCP iv. 406.1 . dá dtuga do shúil m.¤ dhuit (= si scandalizat te), TSh. 7255. Prov. vi 33. adhbhar na masla móire, PBocht 12.30 . ? a chac ar maslaid! IT iii 88 § 106.