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 .

muich, múich, muích

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Forms: múich, múch, muich, múich, -úi-, -uí-, muich, múch, -ui-, -úi-, -uí-, muich, múch, múig, múch, múich

n [f.] gloom, dejection, sadness . Gener- ally by edd. taken as múich, a secondary form of múch `smoke', but perh. a distinct word. In Mid.Ir. texts nearly always written muich without accent, in LB occas. múich (but the LB scribe is prone to superfluous accents and, moreover, -úi- oft. stands for -uí-). Prob. the word had a dual development: muich> (1) múich through influence of múch, (2) muích through association with maeth = O.Ir. moíth; cf. maeíth which may represent this word. The transition of -ui- to -úi- or -uí- is not unknown elsewhere (cf. the occas. confusion between muin and maín). muich .i. toirse, O'Cl. ba muich mór (.i. ba tuirsi mor), Leb. Gab. i 20.19 . muich ` sadness, dullness ', O'Brien ; O'R. , who also gives múch ` grief, affliction '. múig f. ` gloom, darkness, . . . melancholy ', Coneys . múch ` smoke . . . grief, heaviness ', Dinneen. In IGT Dec. ex. 1836 múich (apparently this word): dlúith. a grain, a m.¤ (of Hell), Ériu iii 30 § 14 . a m.¤ ┐ a ndorchaib ifirn, LB 256b7 . ro thoit socht ┐ m.¤ mor forru, 223b4 . do guba muiche, LL 119b11 . ocá ndentar égem ar mét a mmuiche, LU 501 ( ACC § 3 Comm. ). do lín tuirse ┐ maeích menman e, BCC § 278. fo m.¤ ┐ fo t[h]odernam, Corm. Y 885. fo múich mi-lessaigt[h]i `vapours of bad feeding', Aisl. MC 93.20 . fo m.¤ meanman ┐ doghailsi, Hugh Roe 232.6 (fo. 62a) . ni tabair rún meblai hi m.¤ , Arch. iii 306 § 9 . (as pred.) mar múich attú-sa anocht I am in great grief, Buile S. 118 § 61. go m.¤ ┐ go ttoirsi, Fl. Earls 146.6 . tucsat . . . cétfadh ar mhuígh, O'Gr. Cat. 472.17. See maeith and muichnech.

muichnech

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adj o,ā. (muích-) for discussion of first syll. see muich. Dejected, melancholy, mournful; sad, plaintive (of persons, things, and places). nirbat muichnech i n-uathiud do not mope in solitude, LL 124 marg. domgni muichnech ingnais Erenn, ZCP vii 309.24 = rom-līn maith ind-eccmais E., Reeves' Adamn. 274. ba grannai muíchnech tarcaisnech ar tus hí. is alaind ┐ is sochraid ┐ is onorach annossa hi (of the Cross), LB 233b54 . comboí in cathair fo golmairg muíchnig, 156a35 . iadfaider foraib in carcair muichnig, 256b35 . i nglen- naib . . . muchna muichnig . . . ichtaraig ifirn, FA 30 LB ( IT i 191.28 ). hi tégdais . . . maichnech marbthach, PH 8298. ócbail maithnech, LB 140b56 . gola tróga maithnecha, ib. 51 ( Todd Lect. vi 81 ). aonach Caoimghin . . . máoithnech gach aonach acht é, BNnÉ 144.36 . tai[di]ur .i. maidnech, Lec. Gl. 327 = maichnech, M. 141. In CF 40 : imall mear maithreac na mardhucann, we should prob. read: nuall m.¤ maithneach. maoithneach `sentimental, sorrowful . . . wretched', Dinneen .

muichnechas

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n m. dejection, melancholy, sadness: ro gab tuirsi mor ┐ muichneachas é, Buile S. § 59 . ro gab mifrigi ┐ maithnechus mor Iosep, LB 134a13 ( Todd Lect. vi 41 ). muichnechus na morchaiṅgne the sorrow arising from so great a cause, LL 376a29 (of the wounding of Cormac m. Airt). ? femen .i. flesc no maitnechas [maithnechas, maitcnechas v.l.] querulousness (?), Auraic. 610.

muichnide

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adj io, iā. downcast, sorrowful: muichnidhe mh'aghaidh anocht | gan giolla is gan longphort, Buile S. § 25.9 .

muichnige

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n , f., dejection, sadness: do benfadh toirrsi ┐ maichnighe dim, Aen. 809. compléid re snim sech- mallach . . . iarmeirge fria maithnighi [maichnighi v.l.] móir, Acall. 2963 (= Med. Lat. acedia?).