molbthaide

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adj io, iā. praiseworthy: oene m.¤ , ZCP xiii 29.7 . minn mor molbthaige, Arch. iii 221.1 . psalmchetlaidh molbthaighe, Anecd. ii 19.7 . nocon í . . . in tshualaig féin is molbthaige ic Dia acht in indfhethium, PH 6058 (= non virtus . . . apud Deum mercedem habet). See moltaide.

molbthaige

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n [,f.] exultation? ro gabsatar morcatha Muman mian ┐ molbthaigi re mandar na morgliad `desire and thirst for fight' (?), MR 194.6 . Leg. mian molbthaide?

? molc

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Forms: molch, imm olc, molc

n fire? tinder, fuel? m.¤ .i. tene, Lec. Gl. 452 = molch, M 260 . is tochrus im oibil .i. tarcud febe im m.¤ fochná, O'Mulc. 758 (`wood that kindles', Stokes; an leg. imm olc?). molc ` sun ', O'R. Cf. 1 morc.

molcán

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x see mulchán.

molmar

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Forms: molmhar

adj o, ā. loquacious, having much to say ? la Moise mod- mar cen meth, | sech ba m.¤, ba mertnech, SR 4572 (of Moses appointing judges to assist him; having much speaking, he was weary?). ci adfeas scela tuir Theamrach dodhena meadhrach molbar, BB 37b44 . molmar .i. glórach, O'Cl. molmhar ` noisy ', O'R. Cf. 2 mol & molach.

molt

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Forms: muilt, moltchárna

n o, m., a ram, wether: gl. vervex, Sg. 68b16 . m.¤ .i. mō a ailt no a folt no a sult, Corm. Y 924. m.¤ fogmuir, O'Dav. 977. uan molt ` wether-lamb ', Laws iv 144.29 Comm. tuircreic muilt, ii 258.4 . cethraimhthi muilt `a quarter of mutton', Moling 53. pl. foritha na muilt , LB 66a19 ( IT i 42.36 ). tall secht multu uathi, ib. 18 . Hy. v 36. atnaig in ben .v. muilt . . . dó, LB 129a34 . da ced dhecc molt, Cog. 136.7 .

Compds. ¤chárna: céd molt moltchárna a hundred fleshy wethers, Ériu viii 139.19 (g s.). ¤chnó a nut as large as a ram's head? condatrocratar meit moltcnai (.i. co tochrad re mét cnāi cind muilt), Anecd. v 25.6 . ¤chroicend a ram's pelt: métithir moltchracand, TBC² 1946. métither moltcroicinn, RC xiv 54.4 . méit moltcracaind ḟind, LL 208a45 .

molta

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adj io, iā. (part. and part. nec. of molaid) praised, lauded: lí co ndeilb m.¤ LL 210b13 . To be praised, worthy of praise: as m.¤ an té dar ḟeidhm hí, IGT Dec. ex. 1032. ni ḟuarais maith far mholta dhuit idir iad (i.e. you did not get any good for which they deserved your praise), ZCP viii 219 § 10. ni m.¤ etir, xii 252.24 (disparagement of a performance).

moltach

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adj o, ā. praiseworthy, admirable: Duaid . . . in rig m.¤ , LB 221a59 . fer mín m.¤ , Anecd. i 54 § 35. dorus mor m.¤ , ib. § 30 . Caoncomrac m.¤ Mughna, FM ii 644.15 . As subst.: ba hairdairc in moltach mas ZCP iii 37.1 . See molbthach.

moltaide

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Forms: moltaidiu, molthaide

adj ia, iā. praiseworthy: compar. is moltaidiu de, gl. laudabilior, Ml. 84c13 . salmcetlaid molthaidi, Trip. 62.3 . maini molthaidi, LU 359. The form molthaide may = molb- thaide q.v.

moltán

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Forms: moltan

n o, m., (dim. of molt) a small ram: cona m.¤ fora muin, Trip. 204.8 = moltan, Lism. L. 488. ? maccrad mín . . . ata a moltain méc in rig, LB 262a62 (poem on apostles and saints).

molthud ?

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ind is m.¤ meleni [.i.] cumlud drocheich, O'Mulc. 762.