morálda

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adj io, iā (cf. moráil) moral: etargnai moralla (= moralis sensus), PH 4599. risin bhfeallsamh morálta, O'Don. Gram. 451.30 . caibidil ina dtráchtar go mórálta ar an Aifrenn `in its moral aspects', O'Gr. Cat. 38.11.

móraltach

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adj (moráil) moral: atāitt ceithri subhāilchi mōrāltacha ann Celtica i 193.1069 .

moráltacht

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n ā, f., morality, morals: docum moraltachta na diaghachta, Eg. 88, fo. 39a ( O'C. 2481 ).

morálus

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n u, m., (< Lat. moralis) moral; moral signification: sens ┐ moralus, Ml. 14d9 . sian[s] sóer ┐ morolus, ZCP iii 21.16 . Morality: bestata ┐ morolus, Hib. Min. 11.252 . do incosc morolusa, 9.294 .

mórán

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Forms: mórán

n o, m., (mór) a large quantity or number (late Mid. and Mod.Ir.). moran do righaibh, CF 15. moran do mergedaib, Cog. 198.3 . morán do sedoibh, FM i 94.2 . do mhórán do dhaoinibh, TSh. 102. dobeir begán, dobeir mórán, SG 287.1 . mórán, Dinneen .

moránad?

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ind ní moránad ní do cogaibh glāime gonadh, Arch. iii 297 § 50. Cf. moránta.

moránta

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Forms: moránta

adj io, iā. gabuis chuice go ro-onōrach grāssamail mōrānta iad `received them . . . with honour', Fl. Earls 170.15 . moránta ` affable ' Dinneen (also maránta).

1 morc

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n m. meaning doubtful, occurring in the expression: m.¤ (mór-)teined a great fire, a bonfire; possibly a large mass, heap, pile , cf. O'Cl. : m.¤ .i. mór. ro fadaiged m.¤ morthinedh, Fian. 58.4 , cf. 70.32 . do dealbsam m.¤ mor teineadh, ZCP i 131.30 . dealbh guail ar n-a loscadh i m.¤ móirthenidh, ITS v 14.14 . m.¤ mor tinedh, Fl. Earls 224.10 . 'na morcaibh troma teineadh `in mighty masses of flame', TD 4.22 . Cf. follg. and molc.

2 morc

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Forms: Muirc

n o, m., a boar? m.¤ .i. torc, O'Cl. oenach morc maimthi `a fair of hogs' CRR 6 ; seems a fig. expression for a gathering of warriors . Prob. same word as preceding, the orig. sense being something great or huge, cf. O'Clery's gloss given under 1 morc. As n.pr. m., Morc mac Deled (name of a Fomorian chief), LL 6a44 , Leb. Gab. i 80.30 , Keat. i p. 180 ; gen. Muirc, Leb. Gab. i 86.5 .

mórda

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adj io, iā. (mór) great, exalted , of position and rank; also of disposition, lofty, high-minded; haughty . m.¤ cach menmnach, Arch. iii 229.117 , cf. 230.141 . m.¤ cech ndindba `every indigent person is proud', Tec. Corm. § 13.17 . nít mórdai fria ṅgudi ` haughty ', Fél. Mar. 1. menmaib mórdaib, SR 4359. rob é an Maoisi mórdha (of Brian Boroimhe), Cog. 204.10 . Hieremias morda ` majestic ', Gorm. May 1. compar. ni ḟaca laoch . . . budh morrda is budh mire, LL 396.2 . go gcailltear . . . an onóir leis na daoinibh bhíos mórdha ré linn a mbeathadh exalted, of high position, TSh. 917. Of things: noí mis, mōrda rē, SR 7515. fidbudh messa mordhai, Anecd. i 56 § 45. munce mordhai, § 51.

mórdacht

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Forms: mórdhacht

n ā, f., mórdhacht, IGT Dec. § 26. Magnanimity, greatness of mind ; in objective sense dignity, grandeur, majesty: bidh mordacht it' mór-tighibh, LL 386a36 . ni rabi a samail issin Asia . . . ar maisse ┐ míne ┐ mórdacht, 225b26 ( TTr. 621 ). uasalcleirech . . . ar mine, ar mordhacht, ar midhcaire, AU ii 256.12 . ar mhórdhacht, ar óige, ar fhéile dignity (of a woman), Keat. Poems 124. (in unfavourable sense) is ann as mheasa an mhórdhacht | mar théid sibh i seanórdhacht `greater grows thy pride', A. Ó Dálaigh xli 5. foillseocha misi do mhórdhacht thy greatness, Psa. cxlv 6. ar láimh dheis na morghachda majesty , Hebr. i 3. mórdhachd, Eg. Gl. 236. In late lit. used like Eng. majesty periphrastically in speaking of kings: ó mhórdhacht an rígh King Sémas his Majesty King James, FM vi 2336.1 , cf. 2294.10 . má mhesann mordhacht an ríogh if his Majesty considers, MacAingil 483.3 .