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 .

monarach

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adj o, ā. (monar) active, industrious: fer mín . . . mor- mhonarach, Buile S. § 2 .

? monarán

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Forms: mónarán

n o, m., (dim. of monar) occupation, pastime: sásadh saicchim-si, | suairc an m.¤, | deoch don uisgi-si, Buile S. 94.18 ; transld. ` bog-berry ', cf. mónarán ` bog-berry ', O'R. ; mónarán (variant form of mónadán bog-berry ), Dinneen .

monarc

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Forms: monairc

n o, m., (Romance loan-word) a monarch: Alexander, m.¤ mór, MS. Mat. 566.45 (Cuchoigcriche Ó Cléirigh). pl. ríogha is monairc , ib. 40 .

monarugad

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n m. (monar) the act of working; occupation, employ- ment . do monorugud manach, LB 261b marg.

monasach

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Forms: monasach

adj o, ā. epithet of a tunic or garment: teora lene monasacha, TBC² 3322. lene gel manáisech, TBC 5248 = monasach, St., H.

? monatar

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Forms: monabar

n an cluas ag eisteacht leis an m.¤ ag tabhairt míchlú ` monitor' (?), ZCP iv 450.14 . Leg. monabar (= mon- bar)?

monbar

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x see monmar.

moned, monad

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Forms: Monoth

n (British or Pictish loanword found in Scottish place-names cf. W. mynydd. See The Companion to Gaelic Scotland 152 , The Celtic Place-Names of Scotland 391-98 , see also Ainm v 52-58 ). Orig. the mountainous region north of Forth-Clyde line; by metonomy Scotland bellum Mónid Chroibh inter Pictores , AU 727. bellum Monith Carno, 728 . rex Pictorum citra Monoth , 781 . Sliab Monaid i nAlbain, Acall. 4675. Rí Monaid (= Rí Alban) (used of Malcolm II) The Companion to Gaelic Scotland 152 .