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.

1 monad

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Forms: monadh, monadh

n o, m., (Lat. moneta).

(a) money (esp. coin, but also bullion); medium of exchange: monadh, gl. momíssma (= nomisma), Ir. Gl. 841. doníther m.¤ . . . fria creic ┐ cundrad, Marco P. 95. curel is m.¤ doibh fria creic coral serves them as money, 103 . ced da gach crodh . . . ced uinghe da gach monadh (i.e. metal?), Ériu iv 57.4 . monadh peinginne re creic, CCath. 3859. nír ghlac ór ná airged ná mital rea n-abarthar m.¤ , SG 44.34 . monadh fallsa, TSh. 6904. monadh nua do theacht i nÉirinn .i. copar, FM v 1498.9 . Hence

(b) tribute, wealth, produce: ná gabh ó chách id chíos ríogh . . . acht biadh uile d'aonmhonadh `do not accept . . . aught else save food as the universal tribute', TD 31.33 . ? tricha damh . . . tricha molt . . . do rí Midhi in mhórmhonadh, BR 184.21 (leg. in mórmh.¤ to the king of M. [goes ] the great subsidy?). ni thiubhra muir a monadh, BNnÉ 177.9 . arnéis monaidh no machrach . . . ` cattle ', Eg. Gl. 1.

(c) ` stamp', kind, sort: cu fiadhmilaib . . . da gach mhonad, Marco P. 73. cidh bé toradh (monadh toraidh, Eg.), Maund. 212. an bord d'ór ┐ dona clochaib is úaisle . . . ┐ a tristéil don monadh cétna `its trestles are of the same kind' (? material ), 249.8 . an monadh so this practice (custom), ITS xiv 52.9 . sgeuluighechd .i. go ndecha sé . . . ┐ morán eile don mhonadh sa and so forth , MacAingil 168.11 .

(d) a mint? monadh, gl. monifína (= monificina?), Ir. Gl. 237.

2 monad

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x see moned.

monadán

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Forms: monadan

n o, m., (dim. of monad) money (? a coin): monadan, gl. moneta, Ir. Gl. 212.

? mónal

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Forms: monair

n ata secht mónail i corus ríg .i. domnach do ól corma . . . luan do breithemnas . . . máirt oic fidchill, etc. `seven occupations', Laws iv 334.27 ; `there is a weekly order in the duty of a king', MacNeill, Law of Status 304 (as if sechtmonail <sechtmain?). Leg. monair?

monameint

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n (Lat. monumentum) a monument: le ccoimhedtear sean-mhonameintibh [sic] ar sinnsear, MS. Mat. 549.4 (O'Clery).

mónanda

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io, iā. adj. formed from mónann: led ghruaidh m.¤ `ruddy as the berry', TD 1.48 .

mónann

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Forms: mhónuinn, monond, monuinn

n o, m., and ā,f. (cf. móin) a bog-berry, whortle-berry: mónann m.¤ , IGT Dec. § 11 (p. 54.15) , but f. § 12.4 ; d s. do mhónuinn , ex. 569 . monond, ZCP xiii 276.14 . pl. monuinn dercui, K. and H. § 21. rot-fia-su . . . mónaind na móna, LL 297a31 = RC xiii 46 § 29 , SG 364.23 . monainn mhaetha, Acall. 342. ar ghné mónann, Content. v 121. niamh na monann, Ir. Texts ii 69 § 8.

mónannán

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n o, m., (dim. of mónann) a bog-berry: IGT Dec. § 35. ní deirgi mám m.¤ , ex. 926 .

monar

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n o, n. and m., later also ā,f. Work, occupation, employment in wide sense. m.¤ gach ní doní neach, For. Foc. 9. m.¤ .i. obair, O'Cl. monur .i. gnim maith, H. 3.18 p. 539b ( O'C. 1300 ). monor cen oircessacht, ZCP iii 450.1 . ba he . . . a monur .i. ingairi chaerach, YBL 155a50 . ni dingnet . . . na fireóin nách monor aile, LU 2672 = RC xxv 248 § 28. monur lai a day's work, Laws ii 36.9 Comm. dena . . . do mod ┐ do m.¤ , LB 112b3 ( MacCarthy 64.16 ). m.¤ fer Fene, TBC² 1034 = obair fer F., 206 . ní ra bi isin Gréic ule nech cen m.¤ unoccu- pied , TTr.² 603 . ind eclas do mothugudh | ní m.¤ duine daoibil, ZCP x 45.3 . maith m.¤ fil limsa, triall occ cosnamh . . . na firinne, BNnÉ 324 § 40. Often with sense of effort, difficulty, a hard undertaking, etc.: cor bo m.¤ dó a immdítin he had hard work to defend himself, Mer. Uil. 74. gur bho leath monair dhúinn bheith ag réidhiughadh ar n-arm . . . ó chéile it re- quired half our efforts to extricate, Ériu i 91.26 = let-monur, Cog. 182.19 . is mór in monur d'áentúaith bic fulaṅg na huli Greci, LL 234a32 ( TTr. 1277 ). Caoílti bá monor a rith who was a hard runner (?), Duan. Finn i 67.26 .

Common in chevilles (generally treated as neut.): m.¤ n-ada, SR 6519. m.¤ cert, 4329 . m.¤ ndein, 4643 . m.¤ nglan, 999 . m.¤ nglé, 427 . Hy. i 37. m.¤ ngrind, Acall. 2516. monur mer, Ériu iii 142 § 2. maith an monur, BR 184.20 .

As ā,f. in phrase: dobeir i monair (immonair) sets about (a task, undertaking), undertakes, sets going: atagur gním mor do thabairt i mmanair .i. cocad fri Grécu, LL 228b25 ( TTr. 850 ) = do tobairt monair, BB 422a43 . is me dobeir dogres i monoir [sic leg.] catha ┐ debtha, Aen. 1691. is rit doraga inní doberi [leg. dobir i] monair your own machinations will turn against you, 1750 . da tuccadh si immonair anmanna . . . do todusccadh, CCath. 4095. ni leicci a torractain immonair thou dost not allow it to be carried out, 4042 . With omission of prep.: cidh edh doberadh somh monair co ndingéntais tir ṡoimtecht[a] do mhuincinn mara . . . ro soised leo even if he had set them to work to make traversable land of the surface of the sea, they would have succeeded, CCath. 3452. ic tairmesc sida . . . ┐ ic tabairt cogaid manair setting on foot war, BB 254b18 . asé . . . tuc monoir cath eitir feraibh T. ┐ Gailenga who brought about battle, CS 164.3 .