mennata

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Forms: mean- data

adj (B. na f.): da mbeith decelt (.i. degbrat no degētach) tarainne | is ind ar cæ (.i. ar cuairt) do teghluigh | do bo mean- data (.i. do bo meanach) againne | bheth ar do lorg (.i. ar do mnai) ag lenmhuin if I had fine clothes and I [were ] on a visit to your house, I should desire to pay court to your wife (?), ZCP ix 167.4 .

mennatán

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n o, m., (dim. of mennat) a little abode; a favourite haunt: a fir há! focus m.¤ i mbá, ZCP x 41 , cf. LL 353 d (men- nutan) and Trip. 140.12 (where Stokes expands: macc nutan). mennután diamuir desruid, K. and H. § 12. do leathtáobh mo mennatáin (bennatáin v.l.), Buile S. 134.3 . eolchaire mo mhendatain, 64.1 .

mennchrott

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Forms: bendchrot, menn- c[h]rot

n f. a stringed musical instrument: a kind of lute or small harp? expld. as `kid-harp' (<3 menn) by Stokes (Acall., CCath. gloss.) and K. Meyer, RC xv 121 ; Windisch, TBC p. 29 n. 4 , conjectures an orig. form bendchrot, an opinion withdrawn p. 742 . Possibly a compd. of 1 menn (b), see exx. under that word. Only in g p. in heroic and poetic literature in stereotyped similes: co muing . . . caisidir carra menn- c[h]rot , Anecd. v 94.7 ( Corm. Y 1059 ). binnither . . . ra fogor mendchrott i llámaib suad, TBC 5215 , cf. 5460 . téta mend- chrot, BDD 66. TBC 209. Acall. 4080 n. , 6831 n. CCath. 4710. Content. xxviii 43. binne ná téada meannchrot, Measgra Dánta 25.32 . amal bid téta mennchrot fogur a ghotha, Cóir An. 78. re tédaibh míne mennchrot, Buile S. 58.14 . TD 25.18 .

? mennrad

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n a dwelling-place? see meinichet.

menntogal

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x see menntol, -tolach.

menntol

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Forms: meantail, meangthoil, menntoghal, meanntoile

n ā, f., (= meng-tol) deceitfulness . meantail ` deceit ', O'R. meangthoil ` deceit, treachery, cunning ', Dinneen . menntoghal f., IGT Dec. § 37 (prob. same word). g s. mart meanntoile an mart do chuir | tart Bealltuine ar na bochduibh, ib. ex. 978 .

menntolach

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Forms: meantalach, meangtholach

adj o, ā (menntol) deceitful, perfidious: meantalach, O'R. meangtholach, Dinneen . ? ma's fír dō as menntoghlach mhé, IGT Dec. ex. 952 (: sengcodhnach). noch oibrighios urchóid go meantolach, Psa. lix 5.

menoc

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Forms: menod

n o, m., (confounded with menad which somet. takes its place in the Stowe version of TBC, cf. also menod in RC x 214 § 3 cited below) a peg or piece of wood (used for securing the ends of a circular withe, etc.)? Apparently it had angles suitable for incising Ogham letters; by Windisch, TBC transld. . mano thuco menuth taccuir fair . . . ni dūinfiuth iarum fair a menod fein ind fedo `a proper peg', RC x 214 § 3. id iarnaidhi 'na thimchiull . . . ┐ ainm n-oguim 'na menoc, TBC 1230 (= ina meanad, St.). tuc ainm n-ogaim na menuc inn eda (of a ring made by bending an oak-branch), 565 (= i meanadh, St. ; in a beinn, Add.) = scribais ogum ina menacc, TBC² 224 (menoc LU). airlegais F. in n-ainm n-ogaim baí na menuc, TBC 582 (= i mean̄ an eada, St. ; a mbeand na hidhe, Add.) = in n-ogum boi isinn ith, TBC² 252.

ménogud

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x see ménagad.

mensión

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n (Lat. mentio, Éigse iii 226 ) mention : do-rinneadar eagnaidi na n-Araipeach ┐ na Grēigi mensiōn RSláinte 6775 . do-rinneamur mensiōn co generālta de don taeb thuas dīn 6789 . nī dearnadur siat mensiōn don choimriachtain 7660 .

mensuir

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n [i,f.] (Lat. mensura) a measure: m.¤ tri mbass ina hardi, LB 158a9 .