? mitteag

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Forms: miteag

n bleat, bleating: mitteag na ngabhar, géim na mbath, Eg. Gl. 450. miteag, Dinneen (quoting above).

míu, meó

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n mew (of a cat) meoinne .i. ainm cait . . . .i. m.¤ ina inde . . . .i. meghel ina inde mew in its essence, O'Dav. 1246. An onomatopoeic formation Celtica xxv 100 .

mlaissiud

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n m. the act of tasting: ni techte a ṡlocud in parsa cen a mlaissiuth, Thes. ii 255.17 ( Stowe Miss. 66a ).

mláith

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adj i. (earlier form of bláith, Ped. i 163 ) smooth, soft: tech- taire m.¤ miltengthach, Ériu iii 106 § 44 (blaith, mblaith MSS.). co sīnaib mlāithib with mild seasons, ZCP xi 83.1 .

mlas

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Forms: mlas

n (O.Ir. form of blas) taste, savour: ho m.¤ , gl. sapore, Ml. 36b1 . nis-tesbi nach mlass no savour was wanting to them, Im. Brain § 62. g p. cen saigith mlas hi rruna Dé, Thes. ii 255.17 ( Stowe Miss. 66a ).

mlassacht

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n ā, f., (mlas) taste; tasting: ho m.¤ , gl. gustu, Ml. 53c4 . du m.¤ etarcni Dæ (ad gustandum), 53c5 .

mlegon

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Forms: blegon, mbleguin

n o, m., O.Ir. vn. of mligid (bligid) `milks', = Mid.Ir. blegon. g s. ōl n-ais caich mbleguin a draught of milk at each milking, AU 732 (transitional spelling, see Ó Máille Lang. of Ann. of U. 95 follg.). ní béo fri ṁblegon na mbó, TBFr. (Med. & Mod.Ir. Ser. v, 411).

mleith

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Forms: bleith, mleith, bleith, meilt

n f. O.Ir. vn. of melid `grinds', = Mid.Ir. bleith. mleith bleith meilt, IGT Dec. § 14.11 .

(a) the act of grinding: ón mlith, gl. attritione, Ml. 23a20 . mleth dic[h]maircc i mmuiliunn mrugfir, Laws iv 314.13 . la tairgell mlethei, ib. 15 . mleth i muilind i ndomnach, Ériu ii 204 § 23 (mbleth, mbleith, bleth, bleith MSS.). soiri domnaig . . . gan mblit[h], Anecd. iii 21.

(b) kneading, chafing: coneraig in banchuire imbi oc on dabaig dia mblith (i.e. to shampoo him after a bath), LL 250b29 ( TBFr. Med. & Mod.Ir. Ser. v 256 ), cf. ZCP iv 41.19 .

mlicht

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Forms: blicht, mlichtaib

adj i, (O.Ir. mlig- `to milk') = Mid. Ir. blicht.

(a) in Ml. used as adj., milch, in milk (of cattle): d p. huanaib mlichtaib , gl. a foet[ant]ibus [ovibus], Ml. 100b20 . ocnaib mliuchtaib, ib. 15 . fermil . . . do cethraib bicaib (no mlechtaib, added above line), Laws iii 38.13 .

(b) subst. milking, yield of milk: trian mblechta, Dinds. § 60.13 ( RC xv 458 ). brigther meisce mlechtaib [mblechtaib v.l.] dam `drunkenness is respected in the potations of parties' (?), O'Dav. 247.

mligid

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Forms: bligid, de-od-, mbligtis, ommalg, mblegar, blegar, melgair, nodombligthe, mmeltar, do-omlacht, blightí, tomhlacht, tomhlachtais, bligtís, mlegon

v (O.Ir.) milks = Mid. Ir. bligid. The pret. is formed with de-od-, see Thurn. Hdb. 322. impf. 3 pl. cech bó ┐ cech míl . . . no mbligtis da trian blechta d'immarcraid uadib, IT i 72.5 = LL 260a27 (transitional spelling). pret. 1. s. do ommalg , gl. mulxi (= mulsi), Sg. 23b2 . Pass. pres. melg .i. ass, arinni mblegar , Corm. Y 1000 = blegar LB, melgair Bodl. impf. amail bid blegun nodombligthe , Dinds. 46 ( RC xv 439 ). subj. pres. s. dí laulgaich deec ó mmeltar ól n-aiss, TBFr. 179 ( Med. & Mod. Ir. Ser. v ). pret. s. do-omlacht, AU 732 = no blightí , FM 727. co tomhlacht an aicmidh until the herd was milked, Todd Nenn. 136 = BB 204b23 . ro tomlacht cen lúag a llacht, Met. Dinds. iii 166.31 . in bo ro thomlacht, BB 397a17 . Cf. also: coro tomhlachtais , 374b43 (spurious impf. subj.) = coro bligtís , LL 169a34 . vn. mlegon.

mnáamail

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Forms: mhnámhuil

adj i, (late deriv. from mná < ben) female, feminine: co fuil cuid aca feramail ┐ cuid mnaamail (of the planets), ITS xiv 70.11 (banamail v.l.). As subst.: a mhnámhuil mhánla `his gentle consort', E. O'Rahilly xiv 73 (ed. 1911).