modcernae?

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ind is crú fechta (.i. badb) m.¤ , FB 68 = LU 8904 (ret.).

modcion

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n (Eng. loanword): do rágha modcion ná doraing ná anbuain ortsu (= ne moueant) Celtica vi 88.58 .

modeat, modeta

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Forms: modeat, modeta

ind g s. ruide im rochorp carcrastar. cen chais (.i. cen carthain) modeat (.i. a maethadbair), Amra Senáin § 5 ( ZCP iii 223 ) = modeta, LB 241a37 . Also: modeath (? sic leg.), mude ath i.e. he morti- fied his body without regard for his flesh? 'comfort (?)' Sages, Saints and Storytellers 29 .

modebroth

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x see debroth.

modmar

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Forms: mómhar

adj o, ā. (mod) in old texts of uncertain meaning, perh. efficient, effective; in late texts generally stately, fine, modish , occas. with depreciatory sense ostentatious. In mod. texts often phonetically spelt mómhar. la Moise m.¤ cen meth, SR 4571. noco m.¤ cach n-oenbro, TBC 2352 , i.e. a single comba- tant is ineffective; `', Wind. áth m.¤ Moadmaill, LL 194b10 . anmann na mac m.¤ mor, BB 365a9 . a braoithe módhmhair her stately eyebrows, Oss. vi 80.2 . is tú . . . is glaise modhmhaire fil[l]eadh súl bluest of eye and stateliest of glance, 94.10 . na bidh modhmar a saidhbhris, Ériu v 128 § 22. léigfead díom bheith maoidh- teach módhmhar (mómur MS.), Hackett xx vi 12 . ar ablach- aibh . . . na marbh bhíos mhómhur ré linn a mbeathadh, TSh. 938. See mómairecht.

modmarach

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Forms: modhmharach, móbhrach

adj o, ā stately, fine: cabhlach modhbhrach, Oss. vi 88.2 . modhmharach ` modish, stately, noble ', O'R. (pron. móbhrach) Dinneen .

moeth

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x and derivv., see maeth.

mog

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n slave see mug.

? mog

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adj great? mogh .i. mór ut est . . . moghdornaibh .i. . . . ó dornaib moghaibh .i. ó dornaib mora, O'Dav. 1260 ; seems a false inference from moghdorn = mudorn. See mogda.

moga

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adj. O'Dav. 93. See mogda.

mogad

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n m. bondage, serving as a bondsman (<mug)? ro luaidh moghud na cumaile `he bought the service (?) of the bondmaid', Lism.L. 1190.