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.

moirtél

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n m. (Romance loan-word)

(a) a mortar (vessel): a brugh co maith a moirtel, Rosa Angl. 96.6 . brister . . . a mortel, 222 z . a mbriseadh i moirtél, R.I.A. 23 K 42, 403.1 .

(b) mortar (for building): saltair an mortéul, Nahum iii 14. le moirtéul gan tsúathadh, Ezek. xiii 10.

moirtín

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n m. m.¤ marb name of some disease ? sccamach, lirach, mortin [moirtín v.l.] marb, | bás obann ┐ ifreann, BNnÉ 286.19 .

móit, móid

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Forms: uóit, bóid, múid, móid, búid, bóid, múid

n f. (Lat. vota, see Ped. i 214 ) in uóit , PH 238 , cf. bóid `a vow', O'R. múid móid, búid bóid, IGT Decl. § 14.10 . dar múid , ib. ex. 679 .

(a) a vow or oath: brissed móti, PH 7774. dobeir in fer ┐ in ben m.¤ co na deleochar nechtar dib re cheli, 7775 . doberim-se moid nach inntocar, RC xix 136 ( Fierabras § 108 ). tucc se do C. moid tend | nach sechonadh a leighenn, BNnÉ 180.9 . tuc . . . móid manaigh the monastic vow, BCC § 258. inghean . . . nach dtug móid d'fear who was never betrothed to man, Oss. iv 4.14 . gach slán gach móid . . . tugsad uatha ré chomhall, Content. xvi 162. dar mo mhóid `I swear it', xxvii 8 . fa mhóid na nIarladh on the oath of, FM vi 2044.17 . mo mhóide my vows, Prov. vii 14. a mhic mo mhóidionn son of my vows, xxxi 2 . móid (defined as: gealladh bheirthear do Dhia ní maith . . . do dhéunamh), Parrth. Anma 159.11 = moid, Luc. Fid. 97.14 .

(b) a wish, desire: tanic m.¤ mór for menmain don scolaigi .i. dol ra filidecht, Aisl. MC 9.7 . ic inotacht i tirib aneoil dar a moit against their will, Alex. 1101. in budh móid le rígh nime . . . beith dosom ag éisdecht whether the king of heaven would like him to be listening, Acall. 295. tré mhóid in Dúileman, 1331 . drem . . . ris nach móid | cend I Luighdech 'na liathroid who wish not (cannot bear) that the head . . . (should be treated) as a ball, Ir. Texts ii 13 § 21. a móid nír mín a n-ēcen mood, disposition (?), 17 § 11 . móid ṡíotha ḟuile Fiacha `the peace- ful humour of F.'s blood', TD 10.36 .

(c) cen m.¤ without vow = without constraint, willingly: léghaim fa mhaisi gan mód | leabhar Molaisi, BNnÉ 260.23 . adeirim go beacht gan moid, 279.14 . tuaithbel . . . tiaghaitt na maithe gan móid | arna mesccadh do Mhaodhócc the nobles, bemused by M., of their own accord go withershins, 289.19 . ór in dá Almainn 'sa seóid ro dáiledh dhó gan aonmhóid, Duan. Finn i 71.3 . cen torsi, cen tsuim, cen mōitt, BColm. 78.32 . Hence the sense protest, objection; displeasure, aversion: fathraichther me, ni moid lind (= I am willing ), Arch. iii 241 § 4 = Studies 1934, 433.4 . ger mor m.¤ Chiaráin ris roime, do faem a ṡid iarum, LB 273a63 = SG 52.20 (cf. Caithr. Cellaig 181 , Med. & Mod.Ir. Ser. iv ). a móid nar mhionaigh a chrábhadh | fioghair na gcóig n-áladh air `no anger at them (i.e. the mark of the five wounds) lessened his sanctity', PBocht 33 § 18. doilidh searg móide Í Mhaine `sorrowful the blighting of the oath (? it is hard to attenuate the displeasure) of M.'s de- scendant', Ériu v 64.7 . re hÍosa is adhbhar moide | teacht tar thúar na Trionóide, R.I.A. 23 F 16, 17.5 . do shódh mhóideadh an Riogh rinn, ib. 18.42 . ? dia do mhóid `awful thought!', A. Ó Dálaigh l. 2 .