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 .

minúit

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n [f.] (Lat. minutus) a division of time, the tenth part of an hour: pars go leith i m.¤, da minuit go leith i ponc, ceíthri puinc i n-uair, MR 108.10 .

minúr

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adj. and subst. m. (Romance loan-word < Lat. minor) a Friar Minor, Franciscan: brathair bocht míonur, O'Curry MS. Mat. 551.29 . provincial uird minuir S. Pronseíss, Fl. Earls 36.13 . ona braithribh minura, Maund. 257. coisecrad tempuil na mbráthar minúr, ALC i 354.23 . múr na mbrathar minabur, ZCP viii 111.23 .

mir?

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ind m.¤ pluc (gl. rubigorium), Ir. Gl. 750 ; Lat. and Ir. obscure.

mír

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Forms: mmír, míre, mire, mírend, mírenna, mír, míre

n n, neut., later m. and f. n s. (with art.) a mmír ṁbāstid- barthae, Ml. 76a16 . g s. in míre , LL 166b23 . mire, Laws v 156. 13 . a p. mírend, LU 9110 ( FB 84 ). Later Mid.Ir. pl. mírenna, Laws iii 204.10 . mír, m. and f., g s. n p. míre, IGT Dec. § 45.

(a) a bit, small piece, morsel, commonly used of food, often = bite, mouthful: gl. morsus, Ml. 76a16 ; mica, Ir. Gl. 156. m.¤ quasi mur a nomine mursum [= morsus] latine , Corm. Y 942. dodasfuaid cos[in] n-oenmír to the last mouthful, SR 3860. m.¤ feolai a morsel of meat, Mon. Tall. § 6. in m.¤ no chuired a mac ina beol, LB 156a22 . tuc sí mírenna beca dhó (of food), Buile S. § 28 . a mirenna feoir ina mbeolaib (of horses), CCath. 3480. go ndearnadh míre mionbhruithte da ceann, Keat. ii 3052 . mir mend, Laws i 174.32 (see mian). Contemptuous, of a pers.: a mh.¤ do dhuine! hop-o'-my-thumb , IT iii 91 § 127 = Bruchst. i § 60 . Of space: mir ó topar co lind `the extent from the well to the pond', Laws iv 212.6 Comm.

(b) hence ration, portion of food, meal, nearly = `cuit', of solid food as oppd. to liquid (cf. W. tamaid). deoch ┐ m.¤ dam, a ben! bite and sup, LU 4350. boi C. co cend mís cen mir cen dig cen biad, 10020 . lāntṡāsad eter dig ┐ m.¤ , Corm. Y 619. dam co tinniu, issed mir (.i. cuit) cach fir, BDD 94. uball a mbiad m.¤ duine big enough for a man's meal, RC xviii 150.18 . m.¤ curad `the champion's bit', the portion of meat assigned to the foremost in valour (cf. curadmír): lotar na curaid do chos- nam in míre curad, LL 166b23 . m.¤ curaidh do thabhairt don tí ba foirtille i bhfeidhm aoinfhir, Keat. ii 3069. In later poetry often = prize, palm: a m.¤ churadh is chugam do díorgadh, Keat. Poems 1595. m.¤ curadh chéoil na Banbha, Studies 1920, 98 § 9 . m.¤ Míchil ` Michael's portion', a portion of food set aside at meals for the poor: gnáthughadh . . . na míre Míchil i nÉirinn, Keat. iii 634 ; ib. 3147 .

(c) a part, division, share: treis mir uaire one-third of an hour, ITS xiv 136.22 . is í Alba do ráinig mar mhír ronna dó as his share, Keat. ii 5820. 'san cheathramhadh m.¤ don Ghaedhilg ré ráidtear Béarla Teibidhe, 948 . feadh saoghail an duine, roinntear 'n-a sheacht míribh, TSh. 10210.

(d) in late poetry often prize, palm (= curadmír): is m.¤ do rugais tar iomad dá n-ógaibh, E. O'Rahilly xxii 88 (ed. 1911). mac máthar dá ndáilid filidh m.¤ ós mnáibh, O'Bruad. ii 186.8. Of a pers.: Cormac . . . m.¤ cruadha ┐ cothaighthi Connacht ` champion ', ALC ii 264.25 . an m.¤ cruadha Conullaig, Ir. Texts ii 36 § 10. (cryptic) maincir .i. cir (? leg.mir) Goid. 78 § 226 (Dúil Laithne) . muincir .i. mír 76 § 83 , ZCP xlix-l 612-13 .

mírbail

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Forms: -e, -i, mirbuileda, mirbuiled, mírbhuil, -bhuill, mírbal, -ball, mírbhuili, mírbuile, mirbuli, míorbhail

n f. (Lat. mirabil-is) Not in Glosses. Mid.Ir. n p. -e, -i; a p. mirbuileda, PH 2251. g p. mirbuiled, 2693 . With masc. pron.: ni mirbuil e (sic leg.), 2908 . mírbhuil, -bhuill (f.), IGT Dec. § 13 (p. 66.4) . mírbal, -ball, § 12.13 . mírbhuili (-builli incorrect), § 3.21 . d s. mírbuile, ex. 200 .

In earliest lit. used as pred. of cop. or adj. marvellous, wonderful: ba mírbuil a thoíden marvellous was his troop, Fél. Aug. 13. maccán mírbail, June 15 (: fírbail). luam Liss móir mírbuil `pilot of marvellous Lismore', Dec. 3. tegdas Dé . . . cona mílib mírbailib (of the Tabernacle), SR 4208 = teg- dais . . . i ndéndais firta ┐ mirbuli dírime m̅c̅ Dé do chantain, LB 120b11 ; perh. subst.

Later subst. a miracle, a wonder , gen. in relig. sense. Gl. miraculum, Ir. Gl. 695. ferta ┐ mirboile ingantacha do denam, PH 159. do chúimniugad na mormirbuli sin, 5402 . dogniter fertu ┐ mirmaili trethi-si, LU 3132. na míorbhaile do imir Dia ar Pharao, Keat. ii 261. go ndeárnadh Dia na míorbhaileadha so, Eochairsg. 66.6 . míorbhuilighe móra, 2.19 . foillsighid do mhíorbhuile go bhfuil h'ainm a bhfogus, Psa. lxxv 1. In wider sense: is mor in mirbuil i sin | inni do[g]niat na leomain, Ériu iii 145 § 25. dá maram is mírbhail dam, O'Gr. Cat. 453. 14 . As adv.: aontacht is maordhacht go míorbhail in wondrous degree , Keat. Poems 170.

mírbailech

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adj o, ā (late deriv. from mírbail)

(a) wonder-working: uasal-Mlaise mírbuilech, SG 18.6 . dealbh Muire mirbhailighi, Fl. Earls 48.11 . naomhloch miorbuileach, BNnÉ 135 iii b .

(b) miraculous, wonderful: sgéal míorbhaileach, TSh. 9771. do frioth go míorbhaileach naomhchorp [sic leg.] Antonius, Keat. iii 779.

mírbalda

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Forms: mirbulta

adj io, iā (mírbail) miraculous, marvellous: ingnad mor mirbolldai, PH 143. lassar mirbolla, 590 . mirbulta, 2862 . breo mírballa, BB 233a36 . menmanrad mirbulda, Cog. 72.1 . angcaire miorbhallda, BNnÉ 79 § 153.

mírbaldacht

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n ā, f.,

(a) miraculous nature; wonderfulness: ar noíme ┐ ar mirbuldacht a caingne, LB 139a42 .

(b) wonder, amazement: ata ingantus ┐ mirbollacht mor acainde imat dāla-su, 224a56 .

mire

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n ā, f., (mer) madness, frenzy, infatuation, used of ungoverned or reckless passion, conduct, etc., rather than of insanity, often of a temporary state due to excitement or anger, or of martial fury (sometimes in a favourable sense). mór coll ceille, mor mire, Thes. ii 296.8 (Cod. Boern.). eochair mire mellgal, ZCP vi 270 § 4. ro lín dasacht ┐ m.¤ in rig, PH 746. is math[g]amain ar miri, Fian. 60.16 . tri meic cen mórmiri, LL 141b38 . Temair . . . cen luathi cen læchmiri `frenzy of heroes', Met. Dinds. i 10. gabait na heilifaint for miri ┐ dasacht, Marco P. 114. ar mire mad , Deut. xxviii 34. an drong atá ar meire, Psa. cii 8. g s. as attrib.: do Pharaon mire infatuated , MacAingil 71.17 . In late lit. often of levity or frivolity, occas. in favourable sense of sprightliness, mirth: ainbhfios mor no mireadh, Luc. Fid. 253.20 . m.¤ ┐ macnas na hanma, TSh. 8723. lán do mhire, do mhenmain, do lúth ` energy ', FM vi 2234.18 . do bhí im' ruire-se m.¤ ┐ míne, Hackett xxxix 129 ( Keat. Poems 761 ). — In Anecd. i 39.3 : do bí mire a cuirr chíamair, read mise.

mírín

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n m. (dim. of mír) a little bit, small morsel: m.¤ aráin, Fél. 110.33 (quoted Keat. iii 770 ).