móin

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Forms: móna, Mona, monai, móin, monad, mónaid, móinte, móin, móna, -adh

n i, f., Early g s. móna: bellum Mona daire lothair, AU 562. sethnón na móna, LU 5171 ( TBC² 689 ). ? commor mana ┐ aba, 5114 ( TBC² 629 ). a d s. fri monai , Laws iv 78.7 (text). isin mónai, LU 5169 (= móna, TBC² 687 ). LL 286a9 , 30 . forsin monai, LU 10815 ; but: dar móin, LU 10823. etir móin, LL 265a46 . for móin , 163b5 . ri m.¤ , 251a32 . In later Mid.Ir. also a dental st.: g s. monad, Laws i 132.4 Comm. LL 169a33 . d s. mónaid. pl. móinte. móin f. g s. móna, -adh, IGT Dec. § 201.

(a) a bog or peat-moss; occas. in wider sense a moor, waste . moin, gl. grunna, Ir. Gl. 118. ba ruad-móin mor andsin, LL 170b44 . tochur for m.¤ Lamraige, 163b5 . glenaid ind eich isin móna, TBC² 687 (= mónai LU). morgháir an tsluaigh aga sluccudh don mónaidh, BNnÉ 41.11 . a bhfuil d'uisce isin monaidh-sea, Lism. L. 2691. for an mónaigh alla thuaidh don baile, FM iv 790.1 . canach móna bog moss, LB 127a5 . eoin moige ná móna `of the plain or of the moss', O'Gr. Cat. 487.14. móinte mora delgnacha, FA 30 LB, cf. Lism.L. 3663 (mointi). Fig. i móintibh doimhne na drúise, TSh. 10662. Common in place-names.

(b) turf, peat: in ni curthar asin purt monad, in moin cruaid `turf-bank . . . hard turf', Laws i 132.4 Comm. do díth connuid nó mónad, Maund. 224. da loiscthi a mbeith do condadh no do mónaigh sna tírthib, BCC § 57.

moín

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x see maín, -ech.

móinín

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n m. (móin) a little bog: (as n.l.) o Belach na nGall go Moinín ard, H. 3.18 p. 455 ( O'C. 1144 ).

móintech

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n o, m., a bog or peat-moss: co bord in mointigh, AU ii 306.12 . a criathrach bhog mhointigh, iii 406.23 . FM iii 320.8 . With non-palatal stem: magh . . . co ndoiribh móntaigh, BNnÉ 25 § 12. As n.l., see Hog. Onom.

moirb

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Forms: moirb

n f. an ant: m.¤ .i. seangán, O'Cl. moirb, Dinneen . n p. morbi .i. séghaind (leg. sengáin) CIH ii 618.6 , CMCS lix 23 . See ZCP ix 33.

moirenn?

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x combad Sinann . . . sí in m.¤ (etym. of name Sinann), Met. Dinds. iii 296.59 . See muirenn.

moirer

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x see muirer.

moirn

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x see muirn.

moirt

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x see muirt.

moirtchenn

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Forms: moirtc[h]enn

n n. or m. (<Medieval Lat. morticinium, ZCP ix 35 , Ped. i 194 ).

(a) dead flesh, esp. the flesh of an animal which has died from natural causes? formuichthib .i. moirtchenn (gl. suffocatis, Acts xv 20 ), Thes. i 497.22 ( Ardm. 181a1 ). mortcend .i. ab eo quod est morticinium .i. marbadh, Corm. Y 872 (= muirt- chend, Corm. p. 29 ). baten (.i. bat[h]-aten .i. ēc obann) .i. moirtcend atbail a aonur, 114 (= muirtchend, Corm. p. 6 ). nech . . . hithes morchiund no lúis a lind i mbé in morchend ` carrion ', Ériu vii 146 § 3. cach soim is cech doim . . . is talum moirtc[h]enn martair | carcair coitchenn dia corpaibh a grave- yard (?), ZCP vi 265 z (g p. or adj. ?).

(b) transf. sudden death, destruction (cf. Corm. Y 114 quoted above)? is mortcend do ilslúagaib, FB 71. Cf. bruth matho, murtchét for crethaib, ib. 52 , where Zimmer, ZCP i 90 - 1 , suggests reading: murtchend for cethraib (the scribe having mistaken the contraction for n for an accent).

? moirtchern

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x a mistake for mortchenn? mortcern .i. mair- tair-cend .i. cend tar ais co hoband .i. eg oband, Corm. Y 873 ; in LB ( Corm. p. 29 ) the word mortcern is omitted and the explanation belongs to the word muirtchend.