1 midech

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Forms: Midhech, Midig, Midhech, Midhe- ach

adj o, ā. belonging to Meath . As subst. o, m. a man of Meath: Midhech, IGT Dec. § 11.30 . pl. Midig, Connachtaig . . . ocus Ultaig, Ériu i 132.65 . re Midhechu, Anecd. ii 21 § 14. As ā,f. a woman of Meath: Midhech, IGT Dec. § 12.8 . Midhe- ach, § 18 .

2 midech

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Forms: midhidh

adj o, ā (1 mid or 3 mid?) a nUisneach Midhi mighid `of Meath of the mead' (? of central M.), BR 22.6 = midhidh, BB 268a22 .

3 midech

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subst., see 1 midach.

midem

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n m. Mid.Ir. vn. of midithir.

(a) surveying, estimating: ro gab ac m.¤ ┐ ic mordescin, LL 263b8 = MU 12.23 . ac m.¤ ┐ ac mórdescain ar in slúag, CRR 25. ac m.¤ . . . int ṡloig, 27 . re midium na cath, MR 198.11 .

(b) a judge (analogy of brith- em): oentaigid risin m.¤ morbriattrach, fri Moysi, BB 241a46 .

midemain

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Forms: midhemhana

n f. late Mid.Ir. vn. of midithir.

(a) judging: aingil nime ic a forguill . . . Crist fén oc a m.¤ (= Christus iudex), PH 5336.

(b) contemplating, surveying (in order to form a judge- ment); reconnoitring: ic midemuin na ndúl (of a druid), TBC 5490 St. oc midhemhain na nóeden, Moling § 8. gid fata ro beth fer . . . ac mideamain na n-ingen sin, TTebe 733 . ic midhemain ┐ ic mordecsain for in longphort, CCath. 5429. do midheamhain . . . an tíre ina thimchell, Hugh Roe 156.18 (fo. 42a) . do mhidheamain an tslóigh, FM iv 988.16 .

(c) the act of reflecting; meditation: ag midheamhain ar ghuaisibh an bháis, TSh. 9849. do tharbha na midhemhna so, Parrth. Anma 391.3 . pl. doním midhemhana fada ar na pianaibh do fhulaing Criosd, 426.11 .

midemnus

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Forms: Medhamnus

n o, m., the faculty of judgement; the act of judging or examining: midheamhnas .i. meas nō meadhughadh, O'Cl. is mor a mídemhnus | ar mēt a sealbha som, IT iii 92 § 137 = Bruchst. i § 54 (`'). is cóir . . . do reir mo midemnais-se, SG 402.8 . ba mertnech Moyse oc gleod chest ┐ [oc] mídemnus do na slogaib, LB 122a13 , cf. BB 242b42 , YBL 292b44 . o na portaib cro ro bidis ag in aes athgaetige ag midenmhus [leg. midemhnus] a crecht do cach from the clots of blood that used to be on the wounded when their wounds were severally examined, Ériu viii 30.16 . ? As alleg. n.pr. m.: Medhamnus maic Fithil, Anecd. ii 53.6 .

mideng

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x see midṡeng.

midera

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Forms: Midera

subst. pl. Midera Morainn, Molta maic Lonain (in a list of literary productions), Anecd. ii 53.4 ; ` satires ' O'Curry Mann. and Cust. ii 133 ; perhaps judgements , cf. bretha Moraind, IT iii 187.11 ; but see midrera.

midgla?

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ind asbert fris ni bad ard a chongbail i talmain ┐ nu regtáis a teora maila tairsi, m.¤, ǽs, toithe fola, Trip. 166.5 .

midid

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n m. (mid- `to judge') a judge: rop m.¤ cá[i]ch iarna míad, Tec. Corm. § 6.45 .

midimir

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x see midmír.