mongar

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Forms: mongáir

n o, m., in late lang. also mongáir, prob. through influ- ence of gáir. A loud continuous noise, din, boom, roaring, etc., of natural sounds (esp. of sea), also of noise made by crowds, etc. m.¤ in mhara, RC xiv 40 § 41. CCath. 4331. ITS v 86.12 . budh sgíothioch an mhuir da monghar, ML 48.24 . déanadh an muir mongáir, Psa. xcviii 7. in coire co mongáir múir `with its roaring wall of water', Met. Dinds. iv 86.87 (mongar, mongair, monghaír MSS.). ag eistecht re mongur na miled, Fian. 56.29 . mongur na curad, Marco P. 61. mongur na sluagh, ITS xix 30.33 . mongáir na mbarc, Oss. iv 4.6 . mongáir faoileann the sea-gulls' scream, 16.7 = Measgra Dánta 38.11 . mongháir ` roaring ', Eg. Gl. 470.

Compds. ¤gáir: doronsat . . . mongargair comaidme a mighty shout of triumph, Aen. 2168. With adj.: os grian mara mongartréin, RC xiv 62 § 77.

mongarach

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adj o, ā. noisy, clamorous: garbfogur ngaethmon- gurach, D IV 2, 41rb7 .

mongarán

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n o, m., dim. of mongar: tuargaib . . . fogur monguran eccubaid, CCath. 4165.

mongda

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adj io, iā. (mong) having abundant hair: mathair moṅgda, Met. Dinds. iv 98.

monmar, monbar

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Forms: monabhar

n m. murmuring: monbhar beach, Hard. i.304.8 . Complaining, grumbling (with AR = against ): docuatar do monmar ar Brenaind, BCC 58.17 . do monmar go mor ar C.C., 204.17 . monabhar, Numb. xvii 10. munbhar chloinne Israel, Exod. xvi 12. na déanaidh-si munmhur, 1 Cor. x 10.

mónóg

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n f. (móin) bog-berry , Hog. Luibh. latucella seruan mucc .i. lus na monog, Arch. i 334 § 48. mónóga caomha corcra, Measgra Dánta 39.37 .

monoipht

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n monoptote : brīgh gach thuisil ina thoirt | is ed bearar a mmonoipht 'the force of every case together is what is given in the monoptote' Celtica ii 280 § 6 .

monotóir

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Forms: monotóri, monotore, monotóri

n i, m., (Lat. monetarius, cf. monad) a money-changer: n p. na monotóri , PH 4512. na monotore , 4584 . g p. miassa na monotóri , 4393 .

móntach

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x see móintech.

monuar

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Forms: nuar

interj. woe, alas ; prob. compd. of 1 s. poss. pron. and nuar woe, grief ; in metre treated as two words: manúar (: súan), LU 9972 (where a monosyllabic ending is required); mon-úar (: úagh), IGT Dec. ex. 821 ; ZCP ix 174 § 33 (see below). As pred. with cop.: uch uch is manúar, LU 9972 ( Proc. R.I.A. iii 538 § 36 ). Generally asyntactic: m.¤ noco maith do chial, SR 3117. m.¤ bal, 1425 (cheville). monúar ge taí co lán-olc, RC xxiii 420 § 34. ár m.¤ gēba a mac rigi for claind Israel alas for us! LB 144a43 . m.¤ d'áitighthéoiribh oiléin na hÉireann! (= vae viris Hiberniae), TSh. 5375. nocho bía eaccnaidh mo núar | a n-ecclais acc lūagh [= lúadh] na fers, ZCP ix 174 § 33.

monuaragán

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interj. formed from monuar. monuaragan, a De dil, | mise truaghagan in taigh, ZCP vi 263 § 6.