meblach

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Forms: meblach

adj o, ā. (mebal) shameful, disgraceful; deceitful: dorigset claind meblaig (of Lot's daughters), Rawl. 72a27 . óen mac dec Cannain chliaraig | meblaig mergig mormíadaig, LL 142a33 (cf. Gen. x 15 - 18 ). Pluton mebhlach mi-dheamunnach, RC x 180.21 . do mian na merdrighi meblaighi, ZCP vi 276.19 . do chind pecthach mengach meblach , Arch. iii 243.1 (g p.). an dá mhaighisttir mheabhlacha (i.e. Luther and Cal- vin), MacAingil 468.2 . oireachtas daoine meabhlach, Jerem. ix 2. Of things: gaí lang .i. gai meablach, Cóir An. 239. sódh mheabhlach mheangach delusive , TSh. 2120. breug mea- bhlach, Keat. i 48.19 . As nickname: Magnus m.¤ , ALC i 652.13 .

meblugud

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n u, m., (mebal) putting to shame, disgracing: bá maith leo cen m.¤ na rígna that the queen was not put to shame, LU 4232 ( SG 83 ). Esp. seducing (a woman): mad lam fo etach dia meabluccudh, Cáin Ad. § 50. urgabail mna cen a meablu- ghadh, Laws v 476.26 (quoted O'Dav. 1262 with gl.: m.¤ .i. dul co mnai). fiach a meblaigthi, iii 354.3 . ba holc fria macaibh L. mebhlughudh a sethar, Misc. Celt. Soc. 26.1 . a meblugadh .i. póg, lán-eneclann inn, Nero A VII fo. 153a ( O'Don. 2228 ).

1 mebrach

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adj o, ā. (mebair) remembering, mindful (of), hence familiar with, versed in , with acc. or i n-: isam m.¤-sa inní diatá, Acall. 5414 , cf. 3115 , 7305 . [isam] meabruch ann, 1963 . bat mebrach 'sind noebscriptuir, Arch. iii 313 § 13. am m.¤-sa [eolus-sa v.l.] i sreathaib senchusa hÉrend, Ériu iv 138 § 13. Intelligent, quick-witted: badar . . . aobhda, maordha, mea- bhrach ` facetious ', Oss. v 136.10 (poem of late 16th cent.).

2 mebrach

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subst. meabhrach sgeinne géire fá n-a thaoibh `a sharp knife-dagger' (?), ITS i 40.26 .

mebraid

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v i = mebraigid. ríoghan . . . do mheabhradh modh `who minded courtesy', PBocht 8 § 21.

mebraigid

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v i (mebair)

(a) commits to memory; learns: (depon.) ma memraigther féli `if thou remember feasts', Fél. Mar. 2 (mebraigter, -ther, -thir, mebraighir v.l.). mebruigh [-uidh MS.] na sailm ! ZCP xii 385.26 . memraigh ind aislingi-si ! Aisl. MC 116.4 . mébraigis in scoloc na runda, 17.11 . senchus Maodhocc meabhraigh lat, BNnÉ 251 § 207. bendacht ar cech óen mebraigfes go hindraic táin amlaid seo, TBC 6206 (scribe's colophon). dobēr-sa nem dá gach aen mebreochuss an moladh, BCC § 336. gor mebraigh se legend na hecluissi re tri mí uadh learned from him, § 250 . ná mebhraig éigsi ! cultivate not the poetic art, O'Gr. Cat. 392.10. cid ag Leth Cuinn . . . do mebhraighis do mhacchleasa you learned (prac- tised), MR 302.5 . briathra Chríosd gé dochluinim | ní hiad as mho mheabhruighim, Studies 1933, 307.5 .

(b) rehearses, recites (?) and by extension hands down, records: mebrugaid beóil lips, make mention of it, Met. Dinds. iii 46. conid iat na crosana sin ro meabraidhset in duan who handed down, ZCP xii 291.35 . amail adubairt C.C., mar mebruighes Adamnan air as A. records of him, BCC § 269. amail mebruighter a lebur na Rigraide, § 214 . Cf. i mbear- taibh rann do mheabhruigh Homér he recalled H., E. O'Rahilly xxii 160 (1911).

(c) excogitates, devises (mod.): do mheabhruigh gangaid is gó, E. O'Rahilly xix 6 (1911). a ghallbhuidhean ler' mea- bhruigheadh ar gcrochadh, D. MacCárrthaigh 40.153 .

mebrugud

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Forms: meabhraighthe

n u, m., vn. of mebraigid.

(a) the act of remembering, committing to memory, learning: cométar ocainn . . . a m.¤ na laíde `the memory of the lay', Met. Dinds. iii 42. ro erb don mac m.¤ a aiccepta, Fél. 12.14 . co mbad erusaite do chách a m.¤ a beth cummair that it might be more easily committed to memory for being short, PH 7862. sgeala is mhaith re a mhea- bhrughad, Ir. Texts ii 99 § 26. re mebrachad, 54 § 33 . ro an in scribtúir aicce gan sáethar gan meabhruccadh without study, BNnÉ 3 § 3. ag meabhrughadh míorúin ┐ mailise meditating , TSh. 3042. g s. teach meabhraighthe ar mac soir- bhidh, Ir. Review 1913, 594 § 5 .

(b) recalling, recording: ata Adhamnan ga mebrughadh cor foillsigh Día morán, BCC § 225.

mebsain

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n f. late vn. formation from reduplicated tenses of maidid.

(a) breaking forth, bursting out: liaa uiscce do mhea- bhsin a ttaobh Sléibhe C., FM i 510.1 . ag meaphsain dia nccen ┐ dia nccaire forra smiles and laughter breaking forth from them, Ériu iv 58 z .

(b) breaking (of a battle), defeat , with RE of victor, FOR of vanquished: m.¤ ria Muiredach, ZCP viii 317.26 , cf. Rawl. 142a34 , LL 332c37 . iar meabhsain an catha forra, FM i 46.10 . an cuinsgleo do mheabhsain ar Mhuimhneachaibh, ML 16.14 .

mebul

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x see mebal.

meca

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Forms: meaca, meacan, -ain, -na

n n, f., meaca (g s. meacan, n p. -ain, a p. -na), IGT Dec. § 6. A variant form of mecon?

mécnach, mecnach

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n apparently some kind of poetic com- position special to the mac fuirmid or pupil in his second year: mécnach [mecnach v.l.] m̄c fuirmida, IT iii 31.16 .