mindchecht

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n ā, f., (mindech) beggarly condition, poverty, misery: ni fil m.¤ bed huilliu quam buith for ochtrach (gl. ultima mendicitate), Ml. 129c2 . ar mú semi-se ┐ mu m.¤ isna fochaidib (pro mei adtenuatione), 22d1 . tria mmincecht (per tenuitatem), 28d15 .

mindchichthe

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io, iā. (part. adj. from mindchigidir) reduced to beggary, indigent: (compar.) intí as [s]émiu .i. intí as mind- chichthiu, gl. tenuior, Ml. 19d8 .

mindchigidir

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Forms: mindchigitir

v g. (mindech) begs, is a mendicant: mindchigitir (gl. emendicant), Ml 36c18 .

1 minde

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n [, f.] abstr. from 2 menn (mend). A stammer; stam- mering, stuttering: teóra anmi . . . .i. cluíne ┐ m.¤ ┐ guille, SC 5. ro gab tonn medrach minni (minne MSS.) has begun to murmur sullenly, Bruchst. i § 156 .

2 minde

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n conā farcaib in gaeth . . . m.¤ lúatha cen scuabad lee `a speck of ashes', Aisl. MC 11.15 ; a singulative from min (men) `flour', Meyer.

mindech

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Forms: mindechu

adj o, ā. loan-word from Lat. mendicus, in Ml. glosses tenuis in sense poor, wretched: a p m. inna mindechu , gl. tenuiores, 26c18 , cf. 27d3 , 28c7 . m.¤ quasi mendic ab eo quod est mendicus .i. bregach lying , Corm. Y 893 (confusion of mendicus and mendax). minneach .i. brég, O'Cl.

mindige

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n (2 menn) defective utterance, dumbness: feichemain fora mbi doll nil mindigi .i. bailbhe (a defect disqualifying a `feichem'), H. 3.18 p. 46½ ( O'C. 72 ).

mine

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n , f., (min) minuteness, smallness, fineness: amal sladar iasc . . . co sústaib . . . bid si sin mini na hesorgni dobéra Conall C. forni even so will C. make mincemeat of us, FB 48. mine eulais minute (detailed) knowledge, Trip. 136.17 . (Fig.) Breccán maith cen m.¤ (: cride) pettiness , Gorm. May 21.

míne

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n ā, f., (mín)

(a) in physical sense smoothness? m.¤ mennat smoothness of abodes (i.e. fertile soil, cf. mín tíre), LL 184a54 = Arch. Hib. ii 74.2 . m.¤ gacha móirḟeadha `the finest of large trees', ML 74.19 .

(b) gentleness, mildness, placidity: a mine ┐ a ro-chendsa fri arailib, FA 9. mine . . . ┐ urerghe (behaviour towards a tutor), Laws ii 354.20 Comm. eisimpláir Crist . . . ar m.¤ . . . ar deirc ┐ ar trocaire, Maund. 123. ticfa cobhlach Saxon . . . terc ré ndingnet m.¤ to few will they be clement, ZCP iii 32.14 . U[i]lfrid morchenn míni `great chief of gentleness', Gorm. Oct. 12. ba marb Móen co míni gal whose valour was pacific (? M. being a barber), LL 167b12 . ar mh.¤ mná, Keat. Poems 586.

mínech

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n o, m., Dungal . . . cluchair ni cluinem a m.¤ | luchair līnech lendanach, IT iii 70 § 24.

mínecht

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n ā, f., = míne (late formation): do bhí im ruire-se mire is míneacht, Keat. Poems 761 = míne, Hackett xxxix 129 .