methocan

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n : a gáirdeochus na n-aingil ┐ a methocan na cathreach neamhda Celtica vi 86 § 3 .

methol?

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n ben Bresail meic Cirb na nechór | cen merg cen methol cen brath `without standard or squad or banner' (taken as = meithel?), RC xlvii 300.10 ( LL 138b29 ); can meirg can mebail v.l.; leg. cen meirg cen mebail cen mrath without stain, without cause of shame, without falseness?

méthrad

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Forms: méithred, methrad

n o, m., (méth) also with palatal stem, méithred. Fat, grease: ping[u]edo .i. methrad , RC ix 240. an feoil ┐ an méathradh ro caithsiot, TFrag. 124.4 . gabaid for ongad- comailt a cuirp do ola . . . ┐ do methrad, CCath. 2935. braisech . . . gan ionmar gan méthradh, Mart. Don. June 9 (p. 164) . an meithreadh no an bhlonnach, R.I.A. 23 K 42, 102b3 . anbruithi a n-ingnais methraig, R.I.A. 23 P 10³ 69b7 . Rosa Ang. 78.3 .

methrud, methrad

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n brisfid cath Locha Da C. la iár m.¤ ṁBervhae, ZCP xii 238 § 63 (Baile in Scáil).

methus

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x see methas.

metista

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n (? Lat. methystos) amethyst: cuid dibh na nor ┐ in blodh eile do metista Celtica ii 126.184 . See also ametis.

métlánach

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adj (métal) pot-bellied (?): a Domnaill … bodurmétlánaig 'o Domnall … harsh and pot-bellied' EIS 148 § 40 .

métra

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n (OF maistre Risk 636 ) master: Metra Seoan O Findachta do toga dochum na hespocoiti cetna iar sin 'Master Seoan Ó Finnachta was then elected to this same bishopric' Ann. Conn. 260 (s.a. 1326.5).

metrapoil

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Forms: metropoil, metrapoil, -puil

n f. (Lat. metropolis) a metropolis, a mother-city: gl. metropolis, Ml. 106d6 . metropoil [metrapoil, -puil v.l.] ind Eoin (i.e. Jerusalem), Fél. Aug. 2. cādus cathrach metrapoile metropolitan city, PH 46.

metrapolitan

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n m. (= Lat. metropolitanus) a metropolitan (bishop): m.¤ na primchathrach, PH 189. g s. i fiadnaise hin fireoin metrapolitan, 244 .

métugad

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Forms: médaighthi

n m. vn. of métaigid. Increasing, enlarging: etargaire mete i mmetugud .i. mor ┐ moo ┐ moosom, Auraic. 658. tormach ┐ metugud cecha péni, PH 4339. dognit . . . métughadh onora . . . don sepel, Fl. Earls 130.1 . robadh méducchadh anma ┐ onóra don Iustis, FM vi 2258.6 . do mhéadughadh a shaidhbhriosa, Prov. xxii 16. g s. nochan fuil dethbir . . . médaighthi nā laighdithi d'innili increase or decrease of cattle, Laws iv 84.8 Comm. ádhbuir métaighthi rising, swelling (of a river), CCath. 448. adhbar médaighthi menman, 1313 . Transf. exalting, extolling, promoting: dligitt . . . Druim L. do mhétucchad ┐ do mor-onoruccadh, BNnÉ 244 § 194. mac moghaidh do mhéadughadh, Keat. ii 5261. fer medaighthe neimhedh eccailsi ┐ ealadhan, FM vi 1908.8 .