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.

moltrad

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Forms: moltraide, moltrad

n ā, f., (molt) rams, wethers, sheep (coll.). g s. Cirba rí moltraide , LL 9b36 . for foesam . . . na blonce more moltraide ram's grease, Aisl. MC 127.7 . g p. tri .l. c. moltrad mongach, LL 296a21 ( SG 362.12 ) = tri .l. c. molt, 295b23 .

mómairecht

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n f. (<mómar<modmar) ostentation: a macnas ┐ a mómhaireacht, TSh. 2355 ; 10714 .

momámugad

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x see mámugad.

mómar

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adj. see modmar.

mómint

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n f. (Lat. momentum) a moment, instant: nach momint aimsire (= momentum), Lat. Lives 100. a n-enmoimint, BCC § 238. a mómeint, ré silleadh na súl, 1 Cor. xv 51. nir comli- nadh moment on imaccallaim sin, Aisl. Tund. 119 § 3. ar feadh énmhoimindthe, Carswell 85. deich móminti ten minutes, O'Gr. 323.32.

mon

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n [f.] a feat (esp. of sleight or cunning), a trick . m.¤ .i. cles, Corm. Y 868 (= món, Corm. p. 28 ). LL 186b39 . m.¤ .i. cleas, O'Cl. Auraic. 1331. Lec. Gl. 262. Cóir An. 205. Mag Mon plain of feats of skill (?), Im. Brain § 14. ar monaib a n-each, Laws v 108.27 Comm. (see monach). ? ni ba hí ma món that was not the trick (stratagem) I meant (?), Ériu iii 141.195 (the Ossorian druid Dil has foretold that whichever side kills the first man in the approaching battle between the Ossorians and the Déisi will be the loser, and now tries to prevent the Ossorians from killing a man, disguised as a cow and driven towards them by the Déisi). In bad sense, stratagem, guile: mairg do mhaoidh m.¤ ná mearbhall . . . ar slógh nÉireann, Content. xii 3.

monach

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Forms: monaig

adj o, ā. (mon) able to perform feats or tricks; dexterous, skilled. cach clessach na chanad cheilg | manach sein [i]sin Gædilg, LL 144b27 . ? fer manach craftsman (?), Hib. Min. 55.12 = f. manath, IT i 104.10 (see manath). n p. monaig ` equestrians' (= trick-riders?), Laws v 108.20 , with gl.: .i. bid ar monaib a n-each isna haenaigib `who stand on the backs of their horses (? perform feats of riding) in the fairs', 27 . As sobriquet: Forgall m.¤ the trickster (?), LL 144b26 . Forgull M.¤ .i. cleasuch ro bhoí, Cóir An. 205. ingen Forgaill manaich, LU 10176.