1 múda

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x see múta.

2 múda

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x in phrase: i mm.¤ , see madae.

1 mudach

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n ā, f., damage, destruction: ropo m.¤ nó ropadh fásach `a wreckage or a desert', RC xv 474.27 ( Dinds. 74 ); perh. = 2 mudach. immon curach . . . | ba mudach, ba mórscele, Met. Dinds. iv. 178.14 . ruc mudaid [mudaig, mugaid v.l.] mac Druchta de `the son of D. got his death', ii 60.11 . alais sēig fri seilg subaig | ro pa méin ra mórmudaig, LL 168b45 . ? (as o, m.) luid i mmuduch fo méla | fora curuch, Met. Dinds. iv 4.51 .

2 mudach

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adj o, ā, ruined, destroyed: ro marbsat cor bat mudaig | na dā Erc i n-oen-tulaig, LL 205a55 .

mudacht

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n ā, f., = 1 mudach: ron-imderg . . . ron-glám, ba mór in mudocht, Met. Dinds. ii 74.36 . diar bhí in muducht moradbal `when he wrought the monstrous slaughter', iv 340.32 (: fulucht).

mudaigid

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Forms: mugaigid, mud-, mug-aid, moghaid, mogaid, mudugud, mudugod, mudaighthi, mughadh, mudu, muda, mudugud

v g. often written mugaigid; the form mud-, mug-aid also occurs, possibly a distinct vb.

I Overcomes, ruins, damages, destroys ; freq. in combination with marbaid of destroying human beings, but also of animals, property, etc. ? imp. 2 s. moghaid na doine écraibdecha-sa ┐ nos-tabair fó lannaib teinntigib `destroy', PH 1862 (taken in glossary as imp. 2 pl. from *mogaid). marbaid ┐ mudaigid cach óen risa comarnaic, LL 240a48 ( TTr. 1752 ). rot-marbais [sic leg.], rot-mudaigeis, SR 1680. Art mac Cuind . . . ro mudaig ciarbo chara | Lugaid i cath Mucrama, LL 129b16 (quoted Content. vi 134 : ros mhudhaidh . . . Lughaidh). corus-marb ┐ corus-mudhaig, TTr.² 1646. ro mharbh ┐ ro mudhaidh meirleacha, Cog. 136.27 . ros-mughaig iat i cath mhór Mhuighi m.¤ , Acall. 1158. don cloich ro mughaid [sic MS.] Conchobur `which ruined C.', Death-tales 18 § 2 . nā marbhtar ┐ nā mudaigter lett Ulaid, TBC 6012. ro marbhaitt ┐ ro mudhaighit daoíne iomdha, FM vi 1966.2 . ? andsin asrubart Mac Cécht | dáig ro mudacht in mór-écht `because the mighty slaying was wasted', Met. Dinds. iii 130.22 (see v 133 ; romughaidh, -mudach, -muág v.l.) ; an leg. ro mudaig because . . . overwhelmed [him]? no mudhaigtis treinfir tabarta na tolg sin i crislaighibh na cath n-eac[h]trann, CCath. 5845 ; `the braves grew weary of making those gaps', Stokes; frustrated the making of those gaps by reforming the front line? Of loss or damage to property, etc.: cia ro mudhar `though they be destroyed' (of deposits), Laws v 190.14 . dia muguidhtur, ii 2.24 Comm. (of distrained cattle ; if it meet with an accident?). ro muguidhedh (of cattle gone astray), 50.21 Comm. ros-mugaig ros-mill . . . trí coecait barc `he wrecked', Fél. 200.28 . ro mudaig ┐ ro loisc Lumnech, Cog. 84.1 . talamhcumscughud mór . . . coro modhaigh ilcathracha, AU ii 98.19 . ro mudhaigh in tine araill díbh (sc. the ships), CCath. 2220. Part. gurbhó . . . millte mughaighthe in Cúigedh, Ériu viii 134.32 . cloch cech mairb mudaigthi, Met. Dinds. iii 118.100 .

II Intrans. is destroyed, perishes: ? ro mhuigheadar . . . dona mórlotaib doleighis sin, ML 130.11 . ? coro muigit [= mugaigit?] no guro ternait till they either die or recover (of sick cattle), H. 3.17 c. 573 ( O'Don. 799 ) = moaid, Laws iii 6.16 (see moaid). mughochuidh an dligheadh ón tsagart the law shall perish from the priest, Ezek. vii 26 , cf. Jerem. xviii 18.

vn. mudugud u,m. ba truagh lē a m.¤ triana fochann (= that he should die for love of her), IT i 125.24 . ferr oenfer dont slog do dul | indá in mor do m.¤ , SR 6984. mudugod, 6712 . ra ḟocair Tadc . . . a marbad a mmudugod, Met. Dinds. ii 74.52 . a munter do marbad ┐ do m.¤ , TBC 4537. ro gab C. scaindred ┐ répad ┐ m.¤ int ṡluaig, LL 258a50 . ica malairt ┐ ica mudhugudh, ZCP iv 383.32 . conā terna sceolanga uatha gan marbhadh ┐ mudhucchadh, FM iii 78.3 . g s. lainde a lledarta ┐ mian a mudaighthi , CCath. 2483. co run . . . a marbta no a mugaigti, BB 237b8 . Cf. further: dia mugud `for their massacre', PH 389. 'ga marbad ┐ 'ga mugudh, CF 124. sleagh gacha milidh dhá mhúghadh, ML 88.25 . gat no mugud , O'Mulc. 109. mughadh ` perishing ', Eg. Gl. 231. co fuair mudu is mór-mada ` destruction ', Met. Dinds. iii 290.56 . — Strachan, Vbl. System 71 - 2 , takes mudu, muda (in phrase i mm.¤ ) as = mudugud.

mudaigtheóir

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n i, m., a destroyer, extirpator: mughaightheoir na meirlech ┐ na malartach, AU ii 272.11 .

mudán

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Forms: mudán, múdán

n o, m., a drinking-cup? deoch ceithre fichet a Mudhán, Acall. 144 (name of a cup in Find's house). Cf. mudán `a cover ', O'R. ; múdán `anything hollow like a cow's horn', Dinneen (from P.O'C.).

mudomán

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Forms: mugomán

n m. name of a plant . serpentina . . . .i. bilur Muiri .i. mudomun, Arch. i 333 § 28. duilleabhar bitoine ┐ mudoman, 23 K 42, 377.1 . mugomán `wild carrot', Hog. Luibh.

mudorn

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Forms: mugdorn, mhodhoirnn

n o, m., also mugdorn, a form perhaps due to association with mug.

(a) the bone of the ankle or wrist; an ankle, wrist. mughdorn Martain ` ankle-bone ' (a saint's relic), SG 32.22 = mudhorn Martan, BNnÉ 266 § 232. do crechtnaicceadh Aodh . . . ina mughdorn `ankle', FM vi 2346.12 . idir an tṡál ┐ an mudhorn, R.I.A. 23 K 42, 114.8 . greamanna na nglún ┐ na mudornn, O'Gr. Cat. 269.3. do dluig in claidium a laim i lladair a mugairnd the fork of his wrist, Cog. 196.4 . ona meruib andsa mudornuib from the fingers to the wrists, Rosa Angl. 322.6 . la smir mhughdhorn mhuc n-allaid, Tromd. Guaire 401 ( Med. & Mod. Ir. Ser. ii ); cf. do smeruib mucc mugdornd, Aisl. MC 122.38 (by Meyer taken as n. l., see Mugdorn; an leg. mucc-m.¤ of pig's trotters?).

(b) part of a sword, hilt ? ar sgoltadh ladhra a ghlac do mhu[gh]dhorn a chloidhimh, Ériu i 87 z . ? glacuis [sic leg.] a chloidheamh ina mhodhoirnn , ib. n. 6 (as ā,f.; in his fist?).

(c) name of a measure? ni mes nā mider mudornaib (.i. o dornaib mogda no o dornaib mora), Laws v 448.16 , 19 ; quoted by O'Dav. 1260 with gl.: mogh .i. mór.

mudornán

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Forms: mudhurlán, mugharlán

n o, m., (dim. of mudorn) ankle-bone, ankle: grea- manna na [n]glun ┐ na mudhornan, Mackinnon Cat. 15.3 . A later form is mudhurlán `ankle-bone', O'R. mugharlán, Dinneen . go nuige na mugharláin, Ezek. xlvii 3.