1 mugdorn

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Forms: Mugdornai, -a, Mogdornae, Mugdorne, Moghdairne, Mugdorna

n. l., generally in pl. Mugdornai, -a, name of a tribe in Leth Cuinn: provincia Maugdornorum (Adamnán), Thes. ii 276.30 . Mogdornae, AU 610. Mugdorne, 803 , cf. 758 . Moghdairne, 749 . Mugdorna, 868 , 954 . sliab Moduirn i mMugdornaib, LL 204a8 . ríge Mugdorn Maigen, Triads 44. See Hog. Onom. s.v. mugdornai.

2 mugdorn

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n ankle-bone , see mudorn.

? mugh

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x .i. olc O'Dav. 1223a , see mug (compds.).

mugna

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n a salmon (? boar): mughna .i. bradan ut est ni blaisi mugna mana fir foltaig .f. .i. ni tuga blas mogha in ena in uisci do in bratan, O'Dav. 1266 = ni blaisi mugna (.i. muc sceine) muna fir folta feisear, R.I.A. 23 Q 6 fo. 22b ( O'C. 1889 ), with gl.: .i. ni ro blaisi uadh in ní bis a mugh in eana in uisci in bratan. Thurneysen, ZCP xix 127 , takes muc sceine as = boar. moghna .i. bradán, O'Cl. moghra [sic] .i. bradán, Eg. Gl. 474. As npr. m.: fer soma . . . M.¤ a ainm, Ériu xi 44.22 . Prob. the follg. exx. refer to the same story: dá deil os muca Mughna, Nero A vii fo. 141b ( O'Don. 2204 ). aicce imae a muc la Mughna, ib.

mugnechad

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n m. act of destroying, slaughtering: aga marbadh ┐ acca muccnechad, BNnÉ 211.9 (muchad v.l.); seems a vn. from *mugnaigid, analogous form of mugaigid = mudaigid (cf. macht-aigid, -naigid, & see Thurn. Hdb. § 517 ).

mugraide?

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Forms: mugraide, mughraidhe

n mugraidhe .i. nech gabur do muir ut est fine mugraide [mugrai, inugraide MSS.] cis ar selbach somaine .i. in fine gabur don muir innsaighter [a císa F] don ti ar a mbiat ferann, O'Dav. 1216 ; i.e. sea-captives or persons landing in strange territory pay tax to its possessor? by Stokes con- jectured to be g s. of mugrad, coll. from mug. mughraidhe .i. doircheinél no dáoirchenél; ro moradh mughraidhe .i. do médaigheadh daoircheinél slaves, bondmen , O'Cl. mughraidhe ` slaves; slavery ', O'R.

mugsaine

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Forms: mugsini, mugsaine, mughsaine, mogsaine

n , f., (mug) bondage, slavery; service of a slave. d s. assa mugsini , Ml. 123b2 . mugsaine, Corm. Y 886. mughsaine, gl. famulatio, Ir. Gl. 882. othrus mugsuine fodailter fo miadh (.i. in ti dia tabair monur lai, fodhuilter suire in fir sin fo miadh) `sick-attendance to workmen', Laws ii 36.7 , 9 . m.¤ ┐ daeropair, TBC 1759. vii. mogu fri morgnima mogsaine, Corm. p. 29 s.v. mand. mogsani ┐ dairsini . . . do denum, Cog. 142.17 . condam-fil i moghsaine ar serc nDe (said by a monk), BNnÉ 303.2 , cf. dognith mogsine Dé ic fognam do Dia, ZCP iii 223 § 5. is é [sc. Pátraic] forúaslaicc moxaine na nGoídel do Demon, Trip. 32.5 . moghsaine Gaedheal fá Lochlonnaibh, Keat. iii 2752. fá mhóghsaine na bhFomhórach in servitude to the F., i 184.68 . (as quasi-vn.) co mboí Crist fen oc mogsaine do Muire ┐ do Iosep `was obedient to', PH 7397.

mugsanaigid

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Forms: mugsanaigit

v g. (mugsaine) reduces to bondage, en- slaves: ro daer ┐ ro moghsanaigh a maeir, Cog. 138.5 . pass. pret. pl. is leis ro doerait ┐ ro mugsanaigit , 116.8 . ro mogh- sanaigitt, 42.14 .

mugud

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x see mudaigid.

muguirt

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Forms: mughuirt, mughuirt

n mughuirt .i. marbad duine, ut est trian do fiachaib mughuirt .i. trian dona fiachaib doberar i mmarbad in duine. . . . No mughuirt .i. mor oirgni, O'Dav. 1251. Stokes takes as g s. and suggests a compd. of mugh .i. olc, ib. 1223a and ort .i. orgain, 1324 . The gloss seems a mere guess; perh. name of a fine or amercement , cf. mugart.

muí

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(a) g s. of 1 pers. pron. (disjunct form), see .