meitrén

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n o, m., (dim. of 2 metar) a small wooden vessel for liquids: metrén fochæl fo[r]lethan, Hib. Min. 66 § 9. Cf. meitríne.

? meitrilan

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x see meithlén.

meitríne

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n io, m., (< Lat. metrum) a small measure: metríne bec, Aisl. MC 101.6 . Cf. meitrén.

1 mél

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n (? var. of méla or back-formation from mélach, Sages, Saints and Storytellers 170 ) shame : ní fhuighbhe meabhal ná méal 'you will not meet with disgrace or shame' ibid. 165 § 5 .

? 2 mél

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n head cold, phlegm Hessen s.v.: gl. pituita, RC xxix 269 § 2 .

méla

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Forms: melai

n , f., (O.Ir. mélae) shame, disgrace, discomfiture, mortifica- tion: meala .i. athais, O'Cl. fri todéri nó fri meli, gl. cum pituita [bellum gerentibus], Thes. ii 8.36 (a misunderstanding?) conid é sin m.¤ ┐ mertain . . . is mó tucad for Coinculaind, TBC 2041. cipé imress mela ┐ mertain fort, 47 . ro himrit m.¤ ┐ dochar for in popul, LB 157a7 . don dimicin ┐ don melai tucad fair, TTr.² 29. ansit fo melai, AU 808. teichis L. fo mela ┐ fo mebail, FB 38 Eg. fo mhéla ┐ cuitbhedh, FM iv 934.11 . ro scar ri m.¤ . . . scéla Dromma C. he cleared of reproach, Met. Dinds. iv 10. g s. i farradh na melai ┐ na hat[h]isi . . . doratsat fort, LL 400a31 . do immirt mela . . . forni, FB 41. ic fulaing in mela-sa, YBL 156b1 . ? dá n-ó mele ┐ cuitbiuda, IT i 73.1 ( LL 260a42 ); perh. = 1 meile. As pred. of cop.: bid mor a mela duit, LL 148b38 . Cog. 92.7 . luid uadib in tarb . . . bá m.¤ léo they were ashamed (? chagrined), LU 5358 ( TBC² p. 34 n. 16 ). ba meli la hA. anní sin, BB 436b47 . ba mela lais gan a shlogh do thocht `it grieved him', FM vi 2212.17 . ba m.¤ lais indreadh an tíre tairis, Hugh Roe 82.10 (fo. 22 a) .

mélach

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adj o, ā. (méla) ashamed, disappointed? siad Gaidil bus melaigh de, Quig. Brit. Ac. v 47.

mélacht

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Forms: m.

n ā, f., In Glosses without accent. Shame, disgrace: do melacht (gl. ignominiae), Ml. 50c6 . ba it melacht-su ani-siu (gl. in tuam contumeliam), 91a7 ; cf. 27c10 , 129d19 . cen mebail, cen mélacht, FA 35. cotam-róither . . . ar cech m.¤ , Fél. Ep. 70. conérget in tslúaig . . . íar m.¤ forro, LU 10911 , cf. ZCP v 526.26 , where m.¤ is glossed: tarcaisne a mhná. ba mór a m.¤ lea techt cosin fer she was greatly ashamed, IT i 139.12 .

mélachtach

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Forms: melachtach

adj o, ā.

(a) shameful, disgraceful: melachtach (gl. contumeliosum), Ml. 124c14 .

(b) of persons, disgraced, put to shame: ní ba imgonaid ar ná ba mélachtach, Tec. Corm. § 19.24 . comad melachtach de, ZCP iii 248 § 61.

melachtnach

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Forms: mélachtach

adj o, ā. variant form of mélachtach: nir bat im- gonaid ar nā bat melachtnach, LL 345a53 = mélachtach, Tec. Corm. § 19.24 .

mélachtnaigid

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v i, puts to shame, confounds: guro melachtnai- ghem berla innani sin (= ut confundamus linguas eorum), Auraic. 141 , cf. 2430 .

vn. ní ro folartnaigh dhó-somh a mmélachtnugadh he was not satisfied with having humbled them, Hugh Roe 152.21 (fo. 41 a) . mélachtnucchadh, FM vi 2332.24 .