millse

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n [, f.] abstr. of milis. Sweetness: blass ┐ millsi, Auraic. 1853. millse bēil a sweet taste in the mouth, Rosa Ang. 24.9 . Usually in fig. sense, suavity: mo Lasse lōr millsi, Gorm. Sept. 7. rí mór Mide co millse, LL 185a50 ( Arch. Hib. ii 85 § 46 ). ainm an bhaile . . . mór a millsi, Leb. Gab. i 48. millsi an bhéil, Prov. xvi 21. m.¤ ┐ siothcháin inmedhónach, Parrth. Anma 261.18 .

millsecht

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n ā, f., sweetness: asan neartmhar tháinic millseacht, Judges xiv 14. millseacht bhriathar, 1 Cor. ii 4. blas mill- sechta an tsaoghail, Aisl. Tund. 139.15 .

millsén

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n m. (<milis?) a preparation of (? sweetened) curds (Thurneysen, ZCP xiv 358 ). m.¤ .i. gruth caisi, O'Cl. lemnacht do bruith do m.¤ , Laws ii 254.3 . millsen no druchtan, Rule of Céli Dé § 5 . As a tribute: Bentraigi . . . millsen dliges ri Caisil dib, Corm. Y 140. As humorous npr.: m.¤ m'ingen, Aisl. MC 79.13 . meic Millsén, 33.26 . In wider sense, sweetmeat, delicacy: ré freastal milséan ar bhordaibh, TSh. 890. ná bí mían agad ionna mhillseanaibh, Prov. xxiii 3. m.¤ móna name of a plant: gl. pulicaria ( flea-bane?), RC ix 239 , cf. Arch. i 329. 89 ; 329.113 . milséan móna ` redrattle, lousewort ', Hog. Luibh.

millsigid

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Forms: berbtar

v i. sweetens: berbtar iad . . . ┐ millsigter le mil, Rosa Ang. 314.12 (pass. imp.). bláth an toraidh . . . do mhilsigh fuairshreabha, Studies 1929, 594 § 8 .

millte

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adj io, iā. part. of millid. Destroyed, ruined: mé millte go mór, Studies 1931, 261 § 10 . gur bhó . . . m.¤ mughaighthe in Cúigedh, Ériu viii 134.31 . (fig.) a ghiollaidh an bhiobla mheillte ( tampered with, falsified?), Luc. Fid. 314.16 .

milltech

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adj o, ā. (cf. millid) baneful, destructive, malignant (cf. Celtica xxiv 9 ): a drochbean mhillteach! RC xxiii 12. suile millteacha, BNnÉ 120.8 = oculos nequam et nephandos Celtica xxiv 9 . an teanga mhillteach, Prov. x 31. foraois mhillteach, Studies 1931, 81 § 8 . clann mheillteach ar a máthair who destroy their mother, Keat. Poems 1205. comhairle na mill- teach (= concilium malignantium), TSh. 3881. Compar. is milltighe neimh na nathrach, 8973 .

milltechus

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n m. destruction: stuideruidh a ccroidhe millteachus, Prov. xxiv 2.

milltén

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n o, m., a prodigal: an milltéan meic the prodigal son, TSh. 8832 ; 9221 . Eochairsg. 82.21 (-teán). millteán, Dinneen .

milltenas

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n o, m., damage, destruction: co med . . . milltenais (gl. co mētt millte), Leb. Gab. i 110 n. 8 . millteanas, Dinneen .

millteóir

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Forms: m.

n i, m., a destroyer: m.¤ `an oppressour ', Eg. Gl. 456 , cf. 97 . o aghaidh an mhilltéora, Isa. xvi 4. do mhillteóirighe thy destroyers, xlix 17 . Luther, m.¤ manaigh a subversive monk , Eochairsg. 22.3 .

milltigeóir

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n i, m., a destroyer: Uilliam Burc, milltighéoir Erenn uile, ALC i 23 4.6 .