minabur

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x see minúr.

1 minach

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n o, m., entrails (coll.): m.¤ an mhairt, IGT Dec. ex. 1189. do nígh an mionach . . . a n-uisce, Levit. viii 21 , cf. Exod. xxix 13 , Numb. v 22. ? cú minaig a dog that eats offal (?): srublingi con minaig .i. . . . in chon doní minigecht re henaib ┐ re huanaib, Laws iii 416.7 ; Atkinson suggests above word or mindech q.v. cu minaige, cu éisse doní minaidhecht re éna, Eg. 88, f. 41c ( O'C. 2510 ).

2 minach

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adj (min, earlier men) having meal: bid minach (leg. menach) macfuirmid 'a macḟuirmid has meal' UR 29.40 .

minaigecht

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Forms: minaidhecht

n f. Laws iii 416.7 Comm. (minigecht), where it is transld. ` small attacks '; minaidhecht, Eg. 88, f. 41c (see minach for citations). An abstr. formed from minach or from min- aigid, = evisceration or tearing asunder ?

minaigid

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Forms: rumina[ige]d, minugud

v g. (min)

(a) breaks, shatters, comminutes: pret. pass. ? rumina[ige]d, gl. crepuit . . . et diffusa sunt viscera eius, Ardm. 171a2 = Thes. i 496.34 (reading doubtful, see p. 725 ). ra minaig beirn made a breach, TBC 5138 = ro bris, St. ro minaig in demun in hidal, PH 2082. dēta ho mínigther na biada, 6818 . co ro mínaiged a cnáma, Mer. Uil. 36. do mionaighte lestar an loma, BNnÉ 318 § 11. dá mionui- gheadh crann críon fa n-a chosaibh if he broke, Keat. ii 5213. minaigid cath = brisid c.: is iat ro minaigh gach cath roim in righ who won every battle for the king, LL 386b51 . da minaigh cath 'ga chosnamh, Arch. iii 245 § 25. a móid nar mhionaigh a chrábhadh diminished , PBocht 33 § 18. With omission of obj.: glac nar minaid ar miche[i]ll `made no sense- less havoc', Met. Dinds. iii 362.104 ; cf. slat do minaid ar mōrdāim `who crushed a mighty band', ib. 92 .

(b) intrans. is broken, shattered (rare): as beg nachar min- aideadar a chnamha, ZCP i 128.11 . do ḟoslaicedar na dorais 'n-a n-aenur ┐ da minaichedar a ṅglais, YBL 151b34 . do mhinaigh in cath . . . ar Lir the battle was broken on L., Acall. 1816.

vn. minugud: fuair an cloch arna m.¤ , ZCP xiii 173.13 . briscbruar na n-arm . . . ic a mbrudh ┐ ic a minugudh, CCath. 5918. iar na minugad (of woad-plant), Laws ii 374.2 Comm. iar mhiniugud, Lism. L. 4182. Demolishing (a building, etc.): ar mionachadh na cathrach, BNnÉ 322.7 = mbrisedh, St.

mínaigid

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? minarbhala

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n : da mbia an t-ech ag denam antruisle (minarbala, v.l.) ar a cois Celtica xvii 116 § 8 .

1 minbach

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n [o, m.] (min + vn. of bong-`breaks') lit. what is broken small, hence coll. detritus, fragments, small things: ar loscad a minbaig ┐ a hoc-crund underwood (of a forest), Cog. 198.26 = a mionbach ┐ a hócc-chroinn, 262.25 . See menbach.

2 minbach

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n name of a plant , see minmach.

mi(o)nca

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x see mence.

mincecht

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n ā, f., (late abstr. from menic) frequency: gach min- ceacht [minca v.l.] do mharbhas Iubhul . . . as i in menca sin . . . do dhiglas fuil Crist as often as I slew a Jew, so often did I avenge, ITS xix 86.7 . í dá minceacht do mholfainn however often I might praise her, A. Ó Dálaigh xi 11. ni fes ca mincacht how often , Rosa Angl. 144.4 .