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?).

muic(c)ín

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n m. (dim. of muc) a little pig? as npr.: Muicin Maighne, Anecd. ii 36 § 21. airem maigni muccin, IT iii 83 § 68 = mhuighi muiccin, BB.

muid?

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ind ni buanach m.¤ amail māl Mis (.i. rig montis), Ériu ii 5.14 . m.¤ (.i. motha), LL 38b26 .

muide

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Forms: moid

n [io, m.]. (Lat. modius, RC xxiv 106 ) a vessel for holding liquids, esp. milk ; in size intermediate between a `cilarn' and a `drolmach', Ériu iv 134 § 10. im chomm . . . .i. im bel cumang .i. in m.¤ ` churn ', Laws i 134.3 . i mmudiu bic i mbid ass, LL 286b49 . fon mudi, LU 4355. muidi ibair . . . ┐ tlacht corcra for an muidi, ZCP viii 311.15 . muighi do digh coiscc a vessel of cooling drink, BNnÉ 315 § 11. trí muighe bainne, 180 § 36 . secht muidi, Ériu iv 134.13 . forcle in muidi i mboi in loim, Todd Nenn. 212. ? lān moidi d'ór, RC xlvi 229.12 ; n s. in moid , ib. 8 . (fig.) muidh go loim a vessel full of milk (i.e. fertile land), Ó Bruad. ii 128.

muifléd

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n o, m., (Romance loan-word) a muffler: n p. muifléid, Isa. iii 19.

muil-

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x in compds., see mul.

muilche

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n (g s.?) maelán m.¤ some kind of weed; wild oat (?), tare (?) (see EIF 234 , Peritia i 297-98 ): auene .i. mailan uilchi (mailam uilhi, v.l.) uel cuinfec uel zezaniæ 'oats, that is maílán muilchi or empty or tare (?)' Thes. ii 46.16 , EIF 234 n. 108 : dithan ┐ maolan muilche ┐ ithluingus (defects in land), H. 3.18 p. 447b ( O'C. 1104 ). re tecmaisen maelain m.¤ no ithloingis isinn ferann; ┐ is iat sin is galar bunadh don ferann, p. 224a ( O'C. 403 ). butalmon ┐ oculus bouis .i. caera ferghona .i. maelan mulca, Arch. i 335.69 . maelan mulca (= feniculus porcinus), ib. 343 ( Crawford MS. 30 a ). maelan milce `bitter vetch', Mann. and Cust. i ccclxiii . moelan milce, ZCP iii 241 § 37 (moelain muilchi v.l.).

muilech

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adj o, ā. belonging to Muile (Isle of Mull), in Sc. Gaelic múilech. Muileach is Íleach, IGT Dec. ex. 1169. ? mullscóid muilech, SG 248.46 (not transld.).