mínla

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x see mílla.

mínlech

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n m. (mín) a stretch of grassland or pasture: ar minlech na magh, ZCP vi 69.10 . ós mínleach fhionnmhúir Fheidhlim, Keat. Poems 1004. Ir. Texts ii 30 § 38. a n-inbhear fhéir mínligh, Psa. xxiii 2. ar mhínleach maolchnoc, E. O'Rahilly 152.93 (ed. 1911). Sídh B. na milleach, ib. 150.72 .

minmach

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Forms: mínbach, minmach, mionnuach

n m. name of a plant, linaria, fairy-flax: mínbach, Arch. i 33 § 8. unmach ( minmach v.l., sic leg.), Rosa Angl. 212.22 . mionnuach, O'R. Cf. 2 mísach.

minn

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x see mind.

minnaigid

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Forms: mionnughadh

v g, (late denom. from 1 mind) swears, vows: an té mhionnaighes a mbréig, Luc. Fid. 98.20 . ro minnaig . . . fo n-a chubhus . . . go ffacatar a shuile fein in sepel, Fl. Earls 132.5 . do mhionnuigh sise go gceilfeadh gach ní, Keat. ii 5276. gur mhionnuighsead uasaileacht do chloinn I. `swore vassa- lage', Content. xvi 179. mionnocha[i]m thú `I adjure thee', Eg. Gl. 455. vn. mionnughadh, Gen. xxiv 3.

minne?

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Forms: m.

ind lesaigit . . . uas brut mæt[h] co m.¤ , Corm. Y 179. cia beth nech ic ól chorma | ┐ banna sin-linde | ┐ m.¤ nosn-ódra, LB 232 marg. sup.

minntán

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n io, m., name of a small bird, a titmouse (? snipe): is e in mintan cid banēn, Auraic. 542 (i.e. the word is masc. even when denoting a female bird) = menntan, 3172 (YBL). minntan, 3226 . ? mindtan cenann cirdub ┐ srian dergoir fris, Laws v 276.5 Comm. (item in a fantastic dowry; transld. `kid'). an meanntán idir na héanaibh, TSh. 3057. pl. Ciarraige ┐ menntain (both easily intoxicated), Tec. Corm. p. vi .

minntus

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Forms: míndtus, minntus

n o, m., the herb mint: míndtus (in list of herbs), LB 101 marg. inf. minntus, Rosa Angl. 94.3 . m.¤ uisci (= mentha aquatica), Arch. i 331.23 . sug an mindais, O'Gr. Cat. 193.25. deachmhuidh an mhionntais, Matth. xxiii 23.

1 minta

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n (Lat. mentha) mint: in m.¤ (gl. mentha), RC ix 243.

2 minta

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Forms: mindta, mentæ

n (pl.) small birds (of a particular species?): feib ras léic seíg for mintu, TBC 3792 (= fo mionnta, St.; fa mhionéu- naibh, Eg. 106 ); 6055 . amal timairces seig mintu, LL 408a36 ( TTr. 2219 ), cf. TTr.² 1356. tri heoin . . . ní āile fer tire cuit inntu: mindta, corr, seig, O'Dav. 1480 (sing.?). (prov.) is fēn for mentæ .i. morchumus for becpersain, O'Mulc. 752 (sing.?). See minntán.

3 minta

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adj io, iā. shattered, minced, in fragments: co ros-cuir uad i n-a n-ágaib minta ┐ i n-a cethramthanaib fodalta, CRR 47 , cf. TBC 2979. do chnámi mintai, 1856 . As subst.: go ndernsat mionta becca de fragments , TFrag. 186.8 .