? miscaisne

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n (singulative from miscais?) dislike, hatred: cúis a causa . . . ní ar chuis na miscuisne (no miscaisne) .i. ni ar denum chaingne for nech, Corm. p. 11 = ni ar cais nā miscais, Corm. Y 285 ; perh. intended for g s. of miscais.

misceird

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n f. (compd. of cerd, for prefix cf. miscais, misimbert) an evil proceeding, ill conduct ? mairg m.¤ .i. mairg dia ceim- ni[g]ther in ceird sin, O'Dav. 392.

miscetlach

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x see meiscetlach.

? misclemanach

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adj o, ā. mur-bhruchta . . . maighreacha mis- glemhanacha ` slippery ', MR 102.2 (perh. meant for mesg- léimnecha leaping in confusion?).

miscne

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n see miscais.

miscnech

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Forms: miscenach, misgneach

adj o, ā. (cf. miscais) miscenach, RC xxii 393.23 (BDD App.).

(a) hateful, odious, disliked: ni bat comromach ar na bat m.¤ , SC 26. miscneach cach tromda, Arch. iii 229.100 . mad bocht is m.¤ essonorach, LB 134a17 . beith i mbethaid miscnig do Dia, PH 6545. Compar. gur bha miscnigi lasna sloghuibh a cheli inā aes na criche the armies hated each other more than the people of the country, Marco P. 149.

(b) hostile, malevolent: ba misccnech fri M., go ro chuir ammus fair, BNnÉ 294 § 20. míscneach ri cach, BB 205a41 . Adv. Aodh . . . do mharbhadh go misgneach ` malignantly ', FM v 1596.24 .

miscnechán

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n o, m., a hateful (? hated) person, an enemy? ise C. ruc ar tús riam a chrod do miscnechan, LL 52b21 .

miscnige

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n , f., hatred, malice: Murchadh . . . do mharbhadh . . . tria format ┐ miscnige, FM ii 910.19 . Leath Mogha ar a misgnighe 'Leath Mogha through their malice' Ériu xix 96.85 .

miscnigid

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Forms: misc- nigthe, miscnigthe

v g, hates, dislikes: imp. dep. 2 s. car Crist, misc- nigthe moíni, Ériu i 193.1 . miscniged goí, carad fírinni let him hate falsehood, Tec. Corm. § 6.31 . ro miscnig fingail, SR 2478. rommiscnigsetar . . . a brathir tria imformat, 3128 . co ro miscnigea na drochdoíne, PH 4191. serc na nhī non-miscnegat to love those who hate us, Arch. iii 320 y . ro mhisnigh é, ZCP iv 239.4 (incorrect form). part. bidh miscnigthe la cach, CCath. 4604. Cf. miscsigidir.

miscsech

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Forms: miscsige, misc[s]ich, miscsigiu

adj o, ā. (miscais) hateful; hated (O.Ir.): m.¤ (gl. exosum), Ml. 28a6 . g s f. miscsige, gl. invisae, 119a1 . a s f. misc[s]ich, gl. invisam, Sg. 69a14 . Compar. is miscsigiu ┐ is trummu, gl. invidiosius, Ml. 59a7 . In Mid.Ir. replaced by miscnech.

miscsigidir

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Forms: miscsigestar

v g. (miscsech) hates (O.Ir.): pret. doróigu indala fer . . . ro miscsigestar alaile, Wb. 4c16 (cf. Rom. ix 13 ). Cf. miscaisigid and miscnigid.