? mísér

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n : rosaor recht Sadbe, sech mísér rodo-recht 'very noble is the law concerning Sadb, which extolled her beyond a base woman' Peritia ix 107 § 2 .

misider

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Forms: misideir

n m. (Romance loan-word) an emissary: n p. misideir sinn . . . ar n-ar cur o Sherlus Mhor cum bhar righi-si, ITS xix 22.26 . ag na misidearuibh (misiderachaibh v.l.), ib. 22 . do na misideruibh envoys , Rosa Angl. 62.23 .

misimbert

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Forms: miscsimbert

n f. (for prefix cf. mis-cais, -ceird) ill behaviour, misconduct? misimirt .i. droichimirt, O'Cl. m.¤ na maccrada ` foul play ', RC xi 446.2 = miscsimbert, ZCP iii 248 § 63.

misnech

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x see meisnech.

místa

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Forms: místae

adj io, iā (mí `month') monthly; recurring every month . místae, gl. mensurnus, Sg. 38a13 , menstruus 58b4 . galar míostai, Mon. Tall. § 14. emeltus na fola místa, PH 5719. screpall cacha bleogain mista of each month's milking, Laws v 344.4 Comm.

mistéir(e)

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n f. (OF or AN loan-word Risk 598 ) a mystery: ag sgrúdadh rúndiamhar ┐ misttéiredh an thigherna, MacAingil 353.16 .

mistemail

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adj i, mystical: ni . . . dha rire acht go misdeamhuil not actually but in a mystical sense, Luc. Fid. 252.4 .

mistigthe

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Forms: misdeadha

adj io, iā mystical: corp misticthe na heagluise, Eoch- airsg. 5.36 . baill aonchoirp mhistidhe, Luc. Fid. 202.11 . ni . . . go fior acht go misdighthe, 252.2 . misdeadha, 377.15 .

mistum

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adj (= Lat. mixtum) mixed (B. na f.): mille (.i. brogóid) m.¤ , ZCP v 489 § 14.

misúirecht

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n f. (misúr) the act of measuring: ni dhéntáoi écceart . . . a gcomhthrom nó a miosúireacht, Levit. xix 35.

misúr

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Forms: miosúr

n o, m., (late Romance loan-word) a measure (of quantity or weight): miosúr, Corp. Astron. 4.13 . cuig miosúir do ghrán, 1 Sam. xxv 18. do réir méud ┐ miosúr a bpeccadh, RC xxiii 32.2 . A vessel for measuring: dochóidh gus an mbairille púdair . . . do mherlíonadh a mhiosúr, FM vi 2072.20 . Cf. mesar.