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 .

mecon

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Forms: meacan, meccon, mec- cunn, mecon, Mecconn, mecon, meacain

n o, m., meacan, IGT Dec. § 17.23 . A root, esp. a tap-root or edible root: meccon, gl. radix, Sg. 69a2 . in mec- cunn , gl. radicem, Ml. 135c10 . mecon, Corm. Y 933. m.¤ cech losa, Ériu ix 66.6 . Bun ┐ m.¤ , TBC² 2810 (allegor. n.pr. m.) = Mecconn, TBC 4341. du. dā mecon do mur-rathaig, Fél. 88.38 . pl. meacain na mara, Ériu v 184.387 . connā facabtis cid mecnu na fér hi talam, IT i 136.3 . fidh cain cin mecna, Laws iv 328.30 Comm. nac duaigh si biadh . . . acht fér ┐ mecoin, ÉC i 86.3 . tir tri meccon, Laws v 18.6 Comm. (i.e. the richest soil, known by the presence of three weeds remark- able for their large roots, the thistle, ragwort and wild carrot, Petrie, Round Towers 218 ). tuc glacc do mecnaib remra millse dam, PH 519. mias meacain, Hackett xxvi 169. buain mela ar mecnaib ibair (a hopeless undertaking), BB 299a15 . Freq. in botanical names, folld. by gen. or other defining word, see Hogan Luibhl. m.¤ tua (the great burdock, Stokes), Arch. i 331.4 = in meacan tughan, RC ix 227. an meacain righ ( = pastinaca) parsnip , R.I.A. 23 K 42, 333. 14 . Transf. of a knotted muscle: tancatár tulfethi a orcan . . . co mbá métithir muldor[n]d míled cech m.¤ dérmár díbide, LU 6450 ( TBC² 1936 ); cf. Compert Con C. 102.25 ( Med. & Mod.Ir. Ser. iii ). Fig.: m.¤ cinadh . . . .i. bunadh in cinadh root of crime, O'Dav. 1252 ; cf. mecon bunan `the original root', Laws v 302.25 Comm.