mílte

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n io, m., (2 míl) military service: transl. militia, Wb. 28a19 . ainm ind lóge doberr do miledaib ar m.¤ (gl. stipendium), 3c1 . dulchinne in mílti, 11a5 . dom Chummain cain mílti `of beauti- ful warfare', Fél. Nov. 12. dia foglaim in milti, BB 263b47 ( SG 331.18 ). do foclaim an milti (.i. an gaiscid gnáthaig ┐ ingnataich), ZCP iii 248 § 61.

milten

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n (mil) a beehive (? honeycomb): dobertis . . . mil . . . asna miltenaib (de alveariis campestribus), Lat. Lives 48 = Trip. 14.12 (`out of the combs').

míltne

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n [, f.] (2 míl) military prowess, valour: miltne .i. milt- neacht nó miliotacht, O'Cl. doratsat m.¤ ar miodlachas, Hugh Roe 328.2 (fo. 85a) .

míltnecht

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n ā, f.,

(a) military service: mílte .i. miltnecht, Fel.² clxvi (gl. on Nov. 12 ) = milnecht, Fél. p. 234 n. 10 . i llóg a gaiscid ┐ a míltnechta, TTr.² 253. ro fácaib Longinus a m.¤ saegulda, PH 681 , cf. 699 .

(b) concrete, military forces: Iob . . . toisech míltnechta Dauid, SR 6594. ros-digbatar Roma- naigh imma miltnecht, Anecd. iii 66.20 (= miltneach, Todd Nenn. 172.12 ). doruacht miltnect calma cucu, ib. 25 = milnech, Todd Nenn. 172.17 .

míltnidecht

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n ā, f., military service: miltnidecht do rigaib dogníd (= miles fuit), Lat. Lives 87. forácaib M. a míltnidecht tal- manda (= relictâ militiâ), 89 . Transf. of spiritual warfare: cusin Coimdid dia ndernai fognam ┐ m.¤ (of St. Patrick), LB 29b27 ( Thr. Hom. 44.26 ). PH 1633.

míltnigid

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v g. (míltne) serves as a soldier: duit-siu ro míltniges- [s]a cusindíu; do Dia míltnigfet o sund immach (= militavi . . . ut militem Deo), Lat. Lives 89 ( RC ii 388 § 13 ). ateoch friut na huile noebmanchu ro miltnigsetar erut, Ir. Lit. 32.12 .

míltóg

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n f. a gnat, midge . mialtóg `a moth ', Eg. Gl. 417. co scuaibeobthar amal míltóga iat, PH 7525. a threoruighthe dalla sgagus an mhíoltóg, Matth. xxiii 24. chum na míoltóg leathair bats , Isa. ii 20.

mimasc

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Forms: mibasc, bibasc, m., mimaisc

n o, m., (later ā,f.?), also written mibasc, bibasc (lenited).

(a) part of a spear: manaís bréfech o mimusc co hadairc, LU 5638 = o mimuisc, TBC² 1159. The `adarc' seems to have been a ferrule or ring of horn round the upper end of the shaft, see Joyce Soc. Hist. i 113 ; the m.¤ may have been a guard-ring below the blade . ? co ndechaid in daiger dibraicthe dar brogad a bibaisci i tulmuing in talman (of a javelin which ultimately lodges in the ground), MR 152.18 . pl. fondaig (.i. carbusa) scailti, nimaisc [leg. mimaisc] derca, calga a cru domblas dond (of results of battle), Anecd. ii 8. miomasc .i. sleagh, O'Cl.

(b) in Laws apparently a fastening or security of some sort; a bolt or staple ? im chinaid do mimaisc [sic MS.] `thy bad place of security', Laws i 184.11 , glossed .i. do comla .i. a mberar for do dorus amach, 188.26 . aithne conae cain mimaisc `a deposit that a good bolt protects', v 196.4 (`', Thurneysen, ZCP xv 352 § 41 , i.e. a deposit kept in a well-secured place); glossed .i. aithne coimeta ar cul meth dobeir miasc [= mi- ḟasc?] . . . ar cul na comlad .i. glas, ib. 16 ; cf. the parallel passage H. 3.18 p. 382b ( O'C. 837 ): cain immaisc [leg. mimaisc] .i. glaiss .i. in coiméd conidnoi in glas (a staple ?). m.¤ .i. drochfasc . . . bidh doigh coma[d] ainm do trost comla é (i.e. a bolt), O'Dav. 1227 (the first definition is an etym. gloss sug- gested by the prefix mí-). It is perhaps worth noting that comla `door-valve' is also used of part of a spear, see Meyer Contrib. s.v. comla . Cf. also mimasclach.

(c) in prosody, name of a metre: mibhasc, IT iii 12 § 20. desmireacht ar [m]imaísc, 29 § 69 . lethmíbasc, 49 § 89 . m.¤ .i. . . . nath, O'Dav. 1227. Meyer, Ir. Metrics 24.

mimasclach

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n (cf. mimasc) a hinge: gl. cardo, Sg. 62b6 . In follg. exx. seems used figuratively of a bolt or fastening of some kind (cf. mimasc) or perh. a place secured with bolts: comeirge inna secht ngaeth tentidhe a mimasclaigib nimhe `the poles of heaven', Ériu ii 138 § 124. gredan . . . na cetri ngoeth . . . ac taitmech a mimosclund [leg. mimasclach?] ic scailiud, Cog. 178 z .

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Forms: mion, miniu, mina, mion, mmin, doíni, mingata, minlonga, minmírend, minpeccthu, minrainn, minscainnre

adj o, ā. The final consonant is non-palatal: min, beg, iphin and; min arba immorro idedh [= idad] and (i.e. min `small' contains the vowel io, m.¤ `flour' the vowel i), Auraic. 4395 ; in late Mid. and Mod.Ir. mion, except in compds. before a follg. palatal vowel. Compar. miniu, Thes. ii 254.14 .

Small (of size and quantity), minute, fine; petty, trivial .

I As declinable adj. with pred. or subst.: ce fodailter ni bes miniu although something less is distributed, Thes. ii 254.14 ( Stowe Miss. 65b ). pl. mina tairberta `small givers' (lit. small in giving), Tec. Corm. § 16.71 . robo min é, robo mor whether (the supply) was small or great, ZCP vii 304 § 11. ba maith a eneach mór mion `in great things and small', A. Ó Dálaigh lv 25 . uir m.¤ fine clay, Laws iii 296.16 Comm. (= mín?). cu mbat minai a cnamhæ shattered, pulverized , RC xii 88.4 . bruara mina menbaighthe, CCath. 3632. gombtar miona mionbhrúite, FM vi 1982.3 . iter a troigthib mine, RC xxiv 200.3 . dorónad slóig mhina ┐ buidne becai do morshlogaib, Alex. 281. do galaib mina menici petty and frequent conflicts, Cog. 60 y . aonach nar m.¤ no mean gathering, BNnÉ 144.32 . níor bháigh mion, Ériu i 98 x . bronnadh mion mór (= small but precious), PBocht 7 § 15. ní díth mion, Keat. Poems 1025. is mion súil is dubhach 'na dheoidh sin rare is the eye, 172 . As epithet of endearment: a bhráthair mhion do mhór- Dia, PBocht 127 § 42. As subst.: gidh mion dogénainn though little I might do, BNnÉ 179 § 35. nis diolfa min mor- tnuth `little will not pay for great jealousy' (i.e. illicit desire), Leb. Gab. i 28.23 . Adv. innis co mmin tell it in detail, CCath. 2892. do siredar na hára co m.¤ minutely , ZCP xiii 245.14 .

II In compds.:

(a) with subst., oft. oppd. to a compd. with mór. ¤aba f. a petty river: mo muir-si os na mionaibhnibh, ZCP viii 221 § 45. ¤áige: co ro scor i mminagib small pieces (lit. joints), LU 6721 = in minaigib, TBC² 2180. ¤airbe: m. cerd `art of small poems', RC xxvi 24 § 83 (.i. aiste beca, LL 187b19 ). ¤aís tender age, minority: an mac do bheith 'na mhionaois, Keat. i 68.2 . ? ¤arán: miach minaráin ` flour- cakes ', Aisl. MC 45.11 . fogebed a sháith min-aráin ` small (? broken) bread ', 53.17 ; perh. = min (men) flour. ¤ascid f. a petty gift: mo menma ba minascaid | is co Crist foscer, LL 47a48 . ¤bruar small fragments (coll.), TBC 1118. Aen. 156. mionbhruar, Buile S. § 41 . Also ¤bruan, TBC 756 , 1084 , 1091 , 1121 . mionbhrughadh (= contritio), MacAingil 5.5 ¤chaingen f.: mincaingne trivial matters , CCath. 4064. ¤chásc f. little Easter, Low Sunday: minchasc, gl. octavarum paschae, Thes. ii 29.37 ( BCr. 43b3 ). domnach mincasc, Ériu iii 144 § 17. no ceilebrad in cáisc mór . . . no ceilebrad in mincaisc, Trip. 104.21 . cáiscc . . . ┐ mincáiscc, FM ii 596. ¤chaislén, FM iii 100.24 (oppd. to mór-). ¤chirrad mincing: of mastication, Aisl. MC 93.27 . ¤chloch: do minchlochaib, RC xiii 68 § 72 . ¤choibse f. confession of minor sins: i rreir na riagla minchoibsena, Rule of Céli Dé § 37. ¤chomairt, Buile S. 82 § 41 (see -scomart). ¤chombach fragments (coll.): ro brised a luirgne co mba m., LB 151b44 . ¤chrann small wood, chips: dairge . . . arna diansgailed a m., RC xxi 400.12 . ¤chuil f. a small fly, midge: a mhairbhthene mhinchuile! IT iii 102 § 186. ni moo beitís minchuile flaithi síl Adhaimh occa not greater than flies, FM i 524.21 . ¤chuileóg f. id.: cioth mionchuileóg, MacAingil 70.16 . ¤chúis f. a trifling matter? in fet[h]al (.i. m.) coisecartha, Lism.L. 2463 ; leg. minnchúis relic-case (cúis <cabhsa, cabsa = Lat. capsa)? Plummer (MS. notes). ¤dál f. ` small assembly ', Gorm. Aug. 25. ¤dām ` petty troop ', ib. Oct. 10. ¤deascad fína fine wine-lees , O'Gr. Cat. 180.11. ¤druimne: cona mindruimnib mineccair do snath óir minute ridges, CCath. 4960. ¤duine, in pl. ¤ doíni small folk, inferior people (? children): mnaa ┐ meicc ┐ min- doene, TBC 6198 , cf. 2701 , 6202 . coin ┐ mindaine in baile, Moling § 21. mná ┐ miondaoíne an bhaile `common people', Ériu v 76.12 . FM vi 1848.13 . ¤ecor minute work, ornamen- tation: co mineccur oir, CCath. 5284 , cf. 4960 . Cf. mín-e. ¤eclas f. a small church: fer gráid di mindecailsib [sic MS.] . . . cenmotát móreclaisi, Ériu i 220.1 . ¤én a small bird: ní facbhait m. na oissin, Acall. 6283. ealta minen ag teithed roim seabac, CF 684. Name of a plant: minen Muiri, Arch. i 333.10 (cf. mionán Muire ` meadow saxifrage ', Hog. Luibh. ). a mhinen na conaire | at millsi gach luibh, Buile S. 64.17 . ¤fáith a minor prophet: iiii primfaith ┐ in da minfaith dec, Hib. Min. 3.71 . ZCP iii 21.41 . ¤féchad minute observation: lucht a minfechta those who observed him closely, Aisl. Tund. 94 § 3 = minfechsana, 121 . ¤flaith a petty chief: mac minflatha, BB 280b4 . ¤fogail f. a minor offence: a minfogla ┐ a mor- fogla, Laws iii 292.7 . ¤gait a petty theft: pl. mingata , O'Dav. 1466. ¤gerred cutting small, mincing: cnaib do mh. , Marco P. § 145. ¤glais f. a rivulet: tond romara bāides minglaissi, TBC² 3215. ¤gustal small means; a small article or utensil: fointreb in tighi (.i. na mingustail do bít isin tig), Arch. iii 8 § 5 . ¤iasc a small fish: Corm. Y 955. fa murbruchtaib . . . minéisc, MR 248.12 . ¤iascach (coll.) small fish, small fry: is dobrán re m., ZCP vi 268.7 . ¤lestar a small vessel , see Laws i 134.6 . do mindlestraib na cerdcha, iii 192.1 . ¤long f. a small ship, boat: pl. minlonga, CCath. 1939. ¤maín f.: ni āirmhim minmhauine minor treasures, Anecd. ii 58.17 . ¤mír a little bit, morsel: a p. minmírend , FB 86. ¤peccad a venial sin: a p. minpeccthu , Wb. 8d2 . du minpecthib, Ml. 33d12 . idir mhinpheacadh ┐ morpheacadh, Eochairsg. 76.29 . ¤ponc a trifling point or matter: is minphongc ┐ is nefní, LB 157a31

. ¤rann f.

(a) a small part: do minrannaib minor parts (of speech), Sg. 212a2 . (as o, m.) minrainn beca an nēil, ITS xiv 150 x .

(b) as vn., (-roinn) division into small parts: doghéan mionroinn ar an Mídhe, Keat. i 112.2 . ag mionroinn mo raith dividing my goods, IGT Dec. ex. 902.

¤rétlu f. a small star: sruth minrétlann, LB 152a29 . ¤a petty king: seacht min- ríogha do Chruithneachaibh, Keat. iii 890. ¤scannar a petty skirmish: pl. minscainnre , MR 302.3 . ¤scellic f. a small rock: caisel . . . do minscellcib tanach blocks of cheese, Aisl. MC 69.17 ; 118.25 . ¤scomart bits, fragments, hash (coll.): doring- ni . . . m. din charput, TBC 756. co nderna . . . minscomairt dib, 1084 . ¤scomartach f. id.: co ndernsat minscomartaig . . . dia churp, TBC 2057. do minscomartaig oige allaid `fine brawn of a deer', Aisl. MC 91.19 . ¤sét: minṡeóit Medba ` trinkets ', Met. Dinds. iii 464. ¤slabrad: minslabraidh segda chainlets , CCath. 5279. ¤sruth a small stream: ro fodlaiset in sruth i minsrothu, Rawl. 74b8 . CCath. 2384. ¤tech: amail mintighi im rightheach, CCath. 5319. ¤tellach a small hearth (sign of inhospitality); as alleg. npr. m.: mac Mintelaig, Anecd. ii 49.15 . ¤ugdar: minughdair minor authors , Auraic. 58.

(b) with adj. (esp. those formed from nouns, or participial): ¤airbech small-ribbed, puny? aithesc meicc minairbeich, Ériu iv 104.3 . ¤brecc: cu minbrec finely spotted , Death-tales 28 § 11. ¤brúithte crushed small: míre mionbruithte, Keat. ii 3052. FM vi 1982.3 . ¤delgnach: motharmhuine móir- dreasa mindeilgneach with fine thorns, Buile S. 24.1 . ¤garg: Parthi . . . arda | Persa is Meda mingarga, Rawl. 77b42 short of stature but truculent?). ¤súilech weak-eyed ; mintsuilech, gl. luscus, Ir. Gl. 430.

(c) rarely with vb.: ¤bris(s)id pulverizes, smashes , ITS xiv 150.31 . ¤brúighid crushes small: do mhionbhrúigh [an iomáigh], 2 Chron. xv 16. ¤glanaid: ra minglanta a cuirp `were minutely cleansed', CRR 24. ¤briscaid: (intrans.) gur minbrisg maidm mórfairsing ar gach áird do na hairechtaib (= they were utterly broken up and dispersed), Caithr. Thoirdh. 80.4 .

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n flour see men.