meisemnach

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adj o, ā. (mesem) qualified to judge or estimate? see citation from H. 3.17 c. 563 s.v. mescoirche.

meisemnacht

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Forms: -messamnacht

n ā, f., judgement, estimation, appraisement . midair m.¤ slán, Laws i 10.30 . do thaidhecht Christ do mesimnecht for biu ┐ marbu, Hib. Min. 10.328 . do messemnacht Crist . . . for biu ┐ for marbu, ZCP iii 22.8 . mesiumnacht De fair ! 228 § 1 . iar firmeissemnacht, RC xxvi 37 n. 1 = -messamnacht, LL 188a53 . conad andsum la féine mes eitir cumal ┐ duine . . . .i. cona doiligh . . . mesemnacht eitir in duine is fiu cumal ┐ in duine is fiu uinge, H. 3.17 c. 437 ( O'Don. 551 ).

meisemnaigid

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v g, (mesem) judges, estimates . In Laws Comm. glosses midithir. mided cach a cōir (.i. mesemnaiged cach) let every one estimate his right, Laws ii 254.20 , 27 . ro meisemnaigestar (gl. ro midir), 144.17 Comm. frisin faiche meisamnaighther na hurcair so by the green these shots are measured, iv 226.16 (t.). meisemnaigter maine in feraind fo imat na fine the property . . . is estimated according to the number of the `fine', 40.22 Comm. (= Stud. in E. Irish Law 140.19 ). ro mhesemhnaigh go mór inní sin he judged that (sin) severely, Cóir An. 193. ri dénum sobés meissemnaighis Dia cach aen, SG 48.25 . ro mesemnachta robrogad dontí . . . `a great increase has been estimated', O'Dav. 165.

meisemnugad

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Forms: miseamnud

n m. vn. of mesemnaigid. Judging, appraising: dligid maine do meisemnugad, Laws v 460.23 Comm. ic mesemnugad for a n-oigdib [= n-aicdib] estimating their pieces of work, 98.27 Comm. Adjudging: is fír lium mesemnu flathamnasa dontí . . I deem it just that the chieftainship be assigned to, iv 376.5 . miseamnad .i. comardad, Lec. Gl. 390 = miseamnud, M. 204 (phonetic spelling).

meisen

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Forms: mesén, -ín, Mesincorb

n = mesén, -ín, dim. of 3 mes? In n.pr. m.: Meissin corb, Cóir An. 193. g s. meic Mesincorb , Trip. 446.9 ( LB 26a29 ). mic Mheisseancorb, AU 494. Dál Messincorb (= D. Meisi Corb), Hog. Onom. Dal Meisin Cuirb, FM ii 670.10 . m.¤ Mesin foirgill, Rawl. 155b55 . m.¤ Mesin fuiric, ib. 54 . m.¤ Mesen suad, ib. m.¤ Meisin sued, LL 349a1 ( Lism. L. 356.3 ). m.¤ Messen sulad, Rawl. 154b54 .

meis(s)id

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(1 mes(s)): adv. in mesid .i. co ndigail foraib a pecthae 'judicially, i.e. with punishment upon them for their sins' Ml. 51 c 21 .

méisíne

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Forms: meisine

n [f.] (dim. of mias) a small dish or platter: for crib cernini (.i. mésine), RC xx 158.21 ( ACC § 8 Comm. ) = meisine, O'Dav. 372 ; in LU 561 cerníne is glossed .i. clár.

meisnech

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Forms: meis- nech, meisneach

n (later also misnech) ā,f., in late lang. also m. meis- nech ā,f., IGT Dec. § 12.6 . meisneach o, m., § 55 . Courage, spirit: is olc do gne . . . cid mor do m.¤ , Cog. 170.12 . ba medïthir re hA. ar met ┐ ar mesnig, TTebe 2556 . dobertatar mesnig moir ann inspired him with courage, RC ix 458.2 . rachadsa . . . da faghail duitsi ar mheisnigh mó ghliocusa fén `by force of my cunning', Ériu v 190.3 . med na menmanraige ┐ na meisnighe, FM v 2272.13 . cúig fhir déag ba mhó meis- neach, Keat. iii 2811. maolughadh meisnigh, TSh. 6600. moscail do mhisneach, a Bhanbha ! Hackett xlii 1. mo mhis- neach riamh níor claoidheadh, Oss. iv 78.28 . In follg. ex. seems = disposition, mood: gabsat . . . fir Muman oc iarfrai- ghidh meisnigh an druadh . . . Ra indis Dil meisneach in druadh ┐ a leighidheacht ┐ a chura dhoib `les intentions du druide', RC xliii 60 § 61.

meisnemail

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adj i, encouraging, cheering, inspiriting: do lábhair go meisneamhuil riu, 2 Chron. xxxii 6.

meisnigid

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Forms: mheisniughadh

v i, (meisnech) encourages, cheers: meisnighidh sibh, mo phobal ! Isa. xl 1. vn. do éirgheadar a chlann . . . d'a mheisniughadh , Gen. xxxvii 35.

meisrín

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n m. (dim. of mesar?) a measure (? vessel) containing twelve times the full of a hen's egg-shell: dā lān dēc uighi circi a meisrín, dā meisrim dēc i n-olldeirb, Laws iii 334.24 Comm. i 106.23 .