máthramail, máithremail

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adj i, (máthair) resembling one's mother: mádramil in mac (gl. primus homo de terra, terrenus), Wb. 13d10 . As sobriquet: Mane Mathremail ┐ Mane Athre- mail, dā mac Ailella ┐ Medba, TBC 4375. ZCP ix 175 § 7. Maine Maithremail, TBC² 2849. Ériu ii 184.4 . m.¤ Maithre- mail .i. fria mháthair bá cosmhail .i. fri Meidbh, Cóir An. 228. m.¤ Mathramail (contracted), TBC² 164 , BDD 42.

máthrathatu

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n d, m., (máthair) motherhood: condition of a mother: gl. matrimonium, Sg. 53b5 .

mathṡluag

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Forms: mathṡluagh

n o, m., mathṡluagh `a crowd, a congregation; a rabble ', Dinneen. In follg. ex. used for cavalry: a m.¤ ┐ a shluagh coisi, Rel. Celt. ii 184.36 , cf. 190.41 , 194.33 . Acc. to O'Curry, Mann. and Cust. i p. ccliii , a meeting of householders convened for purpose of deliberation, see mithal.

matindae

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Forms: matíndae, re[m]matindae

adj io, iā. (1 matan) belonging to early morn, matutinal . matíndae, gl. (ante-)matutinus, Ml. 79c7 . re[m]matindae, gl. antelucanus, 21c9 . dindaim sir matíndi, 21c3 . edpart matinda, SR 4403. a rétla matindai! Hib. Min. 43.6 . amail retlainn maitenda, LB 278b63 . a reulla mhaideanda! Parrth. Anma 292.20 .

? matlaidh

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ind : a ucht re Mide matlaidh | ocus re Sinainn slaitgil facing Meath ... and the Shannon of the white rods Celtica xix 49, 54 .

mátlorg

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x see maglorg.

matnamail

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adj i, (2 matan, see RC xiii 472 ) warlike, combative: ba borb . . . mucna m.¤ , TBC 1011 (= matramail, St.).

matóg

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n f. (<Eng. mattock) a mattock: le na matoguibh, 1 Chron. xxxiv 6.

matra

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n see madra.

matroga?

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n is m.¤ (.i. is roga mataid) `a sentence of curs', Aisl. MC 27.19 (expld. in Gloss. as = mátroga `a swinish choice ').

matrón

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n (Lat. matrona) married woman : Perpeatua, matrōn sēimh Celtica iv 130 § 48 . Felis, mairtír, matrón būidh 130 § 49 .