muadal?

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ind in compd. ¤béim: tucastar C. muadalbéim dó i comard a chinn co rocht a imlind, TBC 1899. bar a bráthbalc- bemmennaib ┐ fótalbemmennaib ┐ múadalbemmennaib móra, 3834 = a bhuaidhbheidhmeannaibh, Eg. 209. Windisch translates by `', middle-stroke. Cf. muadbéim (1 muad, compds.).

1 mual?

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Forms: m.

n ar múal in Maige (: fúal), Met. Dinds. iii 454 ; quoted by O'Cl. with gl.: mual .i. mullach top, highest part . m.¤ ` top or summit of a hill ', O'R. Cf. 3 muad and mualach.

2 mual

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n a mill ? m.¤ (.i. muilend), LL 38b22 = Auraic. 5442.

mualach

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n m. a bog or swamp ? m.¤ .i. seiscend, ut dixit Rechtgal ó Siadhail: Slicht a dā gai tria cach m.¤ | cuanach flescach fērach, Corm. Y 944 ; quoted also by O'Cl. with gl.: m.¤ .i. seisgeann. m.¤ `a way, passage ', O'R. Cf. mian mualacháin doircheacht, Hard. ii 404.20 .

muar

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adj o, ā. variant form of mór (Munster form, acc. to Din- neen). Keat. Poems 301. gidh m.¤ an phian, 351 . go m.¤ , 391 .

Compds. d'fhéachain an tsléibhe sin muar-aoird great and lofty , 396 . a mhuar-bhuidhe great thanks , 324 . i n-eiric a mhuair-phian, 386 (all exx. from same poem).

muc(c)

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Forms: mucc, mucca, mucu

n originally u Thurn. Gramm. § 308 , Hamp, Proto-Indo-European: The Archaeology of a Linguistic Problem 187 . ā, f.,

(a) a pig, sow (used both as generic term including both sexes and also espec. of female). mucc, gl. sus, Sg. 47b1 . n p. teora mucca , Thes. ii 250.15 . mucu (= muca), Laws v 220.12 . ba, muca, heich, cairig, gobair . . . ite .x. cethra fer ndomain, 76.18 . foil muc, 162.20 . tairr muca `a hog's belly', iv 306.4 . buachaill muc, gl. subulcus, Ir. Gl. 584. Tuath De Danann, is iat tug mucco i nhErinn ar tus, ZCP viii 105.29 . na hainmhidea bréna .i. . . . in sindach ┐ in mucc, PH 7675. murthréta mucc, TBC 75. miach móethbleithe la muic (a tribute), Met. Dinds. ii 42.23 . (Prov.) is mucc remitéit mess, BDD 106 , see 2 mes(s). ar muin na muice on the pig's back (= in luck, well-off), O'Bruad. ii 134.8. Of a pig used as food: muc úr, laith, lemnacht . . . rot-bia, IT i 133.8 . do raind na mucce, 101.2 ; 103.22 (na mmuicce). Of a wild pig or boar: oss no m.¤ allaid, Mon. Tall. 5. is amlaid ro bátár amal mucca eter conaib (i.e. at the mercy of their enemies), LU 4442. ag seilg . . . ar mhucaibh ┐ aigib, Lism. L. 3219. ag mucaibh allta, Ir. Monthly 1929, 107.4 .

(b) m.¤ mara a sea-hog, porpoise: mucc mora, gl. delphinus, Sg. 94a3 . muc mara, gl. delphin, Ir. Gl. 1029. m.¤ mara méthas tond, LU 3017. m.¤ mín maethṡlemun mara, LL 235b12 . muca mara ┐ ilpíasta na fairrgi, Ériu iii 156.7 . AU 827. CCath. 4332. mar mharbhaid na muca mara an mhuc mhara eile, TSh. 3860.

(c) name of a war-engine, a shed under cover of which besiegers undermined the walls of a city (called in Med. Lat. sus or scorpha, Eng. sow, Fr. truie); for description see FM vi 1980 , 1981 n. Cf. regii muchum bellicum machinamentum militibus subter agentibus arcis muro admovent, O'Sullivan Beara (quoted FM vi 1981 n. ). muc ingnad crainn do dhenum . . . do hṡailghibh daracha, ALC ii 264.3 (an. 1527 ).

Compds. ¤ál m. a sow's litter or brood: Mac Conmeadha na mucál, Top. Poems 10.25 . Cf. mucálach. ¤ár m. pig- slaughter: mucār mār di muccaibh mora a great destruction of porpoises, AU 827. ¤class f. a trench or furrow made by a pig rooting? co n-uargaib in muc mucclais tairis, Dinds. § 112.10 ( RC xvi 63 ). ¤cullach m. a boar , Laws i 126.7 . ¤díth n. and f. ` pig-loss ', Laws v 220.28 Comm. ¤ḟoil f. a pigsty: muccfoil, gl. stabulum porcorum, Sg. 26a1 ; gl. hara, 26a2 . díre a muc- folach, Laws iv 314.21 . each cen cuibrich, cú . . . cen lomain, muiccai cen mucalaig ndorcha, ZCP xii 361.28 ( H. 3.18 p. 86 ). ¤mairbne, see mairbne. ¤ogham m. ` sow-Ogham', a species of Ogham, Auraic. 5939. ¤súil f. (as term of abuse) a mhuc-ṡuil, a mheallṡron madaigh! IT iii 91 § 126. ¤trét n. and m. a herd of pigs: re mallacht cacha muicthreoit, MR 100.19 . Common in compd. place-names, e.g. ¤druim, ¤dubh, ¤inis, ¤ross, ¤ṡnám (see Hog. Onom. ).

muc(c)ach

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adj o, ā. (muc) pertaining to swine: tucsat . . . a ceird m.¤ ar aird their calling of swineherds, SG ii 478.14 = a ceird muccada, Dinds. § 57.6 ( RC xv 453 ).

muc(c)aid

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Forms: muicid, mucada, muccida, muccaid, muicidi, muccida, mucuidh, muicidh, muc-aidh, -adh, mucaidhe, muicidhe, mucidi, muiccithi, muicidhe

n i, m., a swineherd . Occas. with palatal c, muicid. g s. mucada, LB 272a35 . muccida, IT iii 243.15 (LL). n du. dā muccaid , ib. 5 (LL). da muicidi , ib. 247 (Eg.). g du. de chophur in da muccida , ib. (title), but: carddes na da muccaid, ib. 10 . mucuidh, muicidh (g s. muc-aidh, -adh), IGT Dec. § 52. Late n s. also mucaidhe, Keat. i 124.50 . muicidhe, ib. 72 . n p. mucidi, gl. subulci, Thes. ii 362 ( Philarg. Ecl. x 19 ). muccaid Díchon (= porcinarius), Lat. Lives 3. muccid Boidb, BDD 140. tri muccaidi ind ríg, 112 . arus . . . i rraba . . . muccid righ Hiruaite oc a muccaib for mess, Corm. Y 883.11 s.v. mugh- eme. mucca cona muccaidib, ZCP viii 309.4 . muiccithi (n p.), ib. muicidhe (mucaidhe), Dinneen .

muc(c)aidecht

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Forms: muccaidecht

n ā, f., herding swine; the office of a swineherd . muccaidecht, Dinds. 103 ( RC xvi 55 ). gataid Bodb a muccai- decht n-airi, IT iii 244.33 . ag muicidheacht, Eochairsg. 82.23 .

muc(c)airbe

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Forms: mucairbe

n io, m., a name given to the `mac fuirmid' or second lowest grade of file . mucairbe .i. mac fuirmid, Corm. Y 855. mac fuirmid .i. fuirmeadh ar mucairbe. ni maith fograidh son acht is mac uirbe is maith de, H. 4.22 p. 67b ( O'C. 2071 ) = ar mac airbi is maith de, Laws iv 360.6 (i.e. `mucairbe' is not the right form, but `mac a.').

muc(c)álach

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n a brood or litter of pigs ? (cf. muc-ál, muc, compds.). ba sær in m.¤ sin (of a band of warriors), ZCP xi 62.1 .