mídraid

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Forms: midhrai, midrad, miodhradh

ā, vb. formed from pret. stem of midithir. Judges, estimates: doratsat ag tri glacc glan | don mac mar ro midros- tar, LL 376a40 . ? ro midarthar Morand fer saer `M. has estimated', Laws iv 360.25 . Intends, plans, devises: cor midra- dair a marbad, BB 242b9 . cid mallachad no mídratis | iss bennachad doficed de, ACC 119 Comm. ( RC xx 400 ). isind ló ro midhratur Corcaig do loscad, AU ii 44.18 . coro midraiset techt ar cula ar cenn a tri mban, ZCP x 152.7 . cia do loscad do midrad (: līnmar) though it was intended to burn thee (?), Anecd. i 19.10 (leg. ro m.¤ ?). ? is dornn [= dord] siabrae cach midhru, Anecd. iii 52.5 v.l. (Siaburcharp. Con C.); leg. midhrai everything thou surveyest (? thinkest)? vn. midrad. ? miodhradh, IGT Decl. § 11 (p. 55.14) .

? midrecht

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Forms: m.

adj tri muil m.¤ , BDD 87 (midrech, mirdeacht v.l.); expld. by Stokes as either mid-recht ` half-furious ' or mí- drecht ` ill-favoured '. Leg. mí-drech ill-visaged?

midrera

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n n p words, converse? nitat m.¤ oísa foirbthi insin (gl. stultiloquium), Wb. 22b17 . Cf. midera.

midṡeng, mideng

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Forms: Mideng

adj. of doubtful meaning; a compd. of 3 mid and seng slender?

(a) epithet of a spear-shaft: manais lethanglas for crúnd midṡing, TBC² 10. for crunn midhṡiṅg, 2840 (no -e- added above second -i-). for a chrund midenn, 3152 . manaís for crund miding, LU 9270. slegha . . . for crandaibh midhsenga, TBC 5538 St.

(b) of sea: co muir mideng, LL 306b40 ( SG 386.1 ).

(c) in prosody of a variety of `dian', the metrical form belonging to the curriculum of the fochlocán (see Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig ii 279 ); acc. to Thurneysen, IT iii 166 , the dian m.¤ corresponded in rhythm to the late Lat. trochaic tetrameter. dian midseng (mideng, midiṅg v.l.), IT iii 32 § 4 (distinguished from dian airseng, § 3 and d. iarṡeng, § 5 ); 70 § 24 ; 71 § 25 (midṡeng). dian mideng, Laws v 60.1 Comm. a ddēin miding milbriath- raig, IT iii 106.20 . focluc . . . for midshing, O'Mulc. 537 (gender due to dian).

(d) as hypocoristic npr. f. Mideng, RC xxiv 284.2 , see Wortk. § 33.

midsuí

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x see 2 mid.

midthromm

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adj o, ā. (3 mid) in prosody name of a species of `dian' (see Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig ii 278 ), cf. midṡeng (c). dian midthrom, IT iii 33 § 7. dian mitrom ┐ dian cendtrom, Laws v 60.2 Comm. focluc . . . for midtruim, O'Mulc. 537.

míduall

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n f.: dodhéan-sa míodhuaill ar sin (: crioth fhúar) `I shall cause horror', Ériu i 18.43 (= mí-uall?).

mifir

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Forms: mifri

adj. faint-hearted, downcast, despondent: mithfir .i. lag no aineolach, O'Cl. ni fortachtaig[i] Dia nach mifhir meirb, Trip. 88.29 . cia rāiter, ní mífferr (: ifernn), ZCP x 344 § 23. As subst.: occ mairgniughad ┐ occ m.¤ , Hugh Roe 152.22 (fo. 41a) ; leg. mifri?

mifre

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n , f., (mifir) despondency, sadness: la firu ferdacht, la mná m.¤ , LL 119b19 (`men must work and women must weep'). cen miffri, 134a14 ( Todd Nenn. 234 ). As quasi-vn.: oc derfa- daig ┐ oc mifri, TFerbe 43 4.

1 mifrech

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Forms: mif[r]ech

adj o, ā despondent, melancholy: a ndomgní miffrech mígnimach, Aisl. MC 93.25 . mif[r]ech (sic leg.), 45.3 . con- ḟacutar in sentuinne mongleith mifrigh, Corm. p. 37.7 (s.v. prúll).

2 mifrech

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n ā, f., moping, mourning: ic scailiud dér is ic mifrig, TFerbe 608 .