1 muinech

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adj o, ā. (1 muine) abounding in brakes or scrub ? Áth Mothair muinig, Met. Dinds. iii 308.58 = A. Mothor muinich, LL 199a17 .

2 muinech

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Forms: muinchibh, muincibh, muineach

n o, m., (1 muine) a thorn-brake; thorns (coll.). do éirghe an muineach suas, Matth. xiii 7. muineach, dos, deilge `thorns', Eg. Gl. 484. ? láimh re muinchibh [muincibh v.l.] na mórṡroth ` surface (?)', TD 20.36 ; quoted by P. O'C. as pl. of muineach `a back or hill, a ridge or wave ' ( = coils, convolutions, windings from muince `collar'?). See TD ii 261 (note ad loc.).

muinechad

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x see muinigid.

muinecht

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n ā, f., love, affection ? gnāsa míne muineachta ` (?)', ZCP xiii 278.11 .

muinél

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Forms: muinél, -iúil, -íl, -éil, -él, múinel, muinel, muineoil

n o, m., (1 muin) muinél (g s. -iúil, -íl, -éil, -él), IGT Dec. § 77.

(a) the neck (of men or animals, usually the former). múinel (sic MS.), gl. collum, Ir. Gl. 744. don muineol, gl. collo, Gild. Lor. 137. muinel, Corm. Y 899. ba crom a muinél, Arch. iii 225 z . cet muinel furri ┐ cét cend for cach muineol, LU 2429 ( RC iv 252 § 20 ). tri cind fora cael-muneol, RC vii 298.126 . tairnid . . . in mbial fora munél, FB 78 ( LU 9031 ). for cóich a munéoil the nape of his neck, TBC 2599. co tall in cend i comarda a muniuil de, RC xiv 410.4 ( LL 109a12 ). memsite muineoil , TBC² 3087 (n p.). is aice toísech tucad cuing for muinélaib dam, LU 10819. ar mhín a mhuinéil the smooth of his neck, Gen. xxvii 16. tug tú dhamh muinéil mo námhad, 2 Sam. xxii 41.

(b) of things, neck, narrow part: ra chuaid Molling reme i mmuneal Findmaige, RC xiii 104 § 134. muinél an lésa (= collum vesicae), O'Gr. Cat. 270 z ; 271.4 . a muinéal a shúiste in the neck of his flail, Pairl. Chl. Tom. 555 ( Gadelica i 127 ). Of a river: lām re m.¤ Moghairne, Ir. Texts ii 9 § 22.

muinélach

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adj o, ā. having a (thick?) neck: munremur munelach (of the Dond Cuailgne), IT iii 246.82 . tarbān . . . muinelach, Ériu vii 198 § 5. in Gilla muinelach hUa B. `[why-]necked', AU ii 306.18 .

muinélad

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n m. the act of gripping by the neck, collaring: re meallgaill ┐ re muinelad na miled, MR 256.17 .

muinemnach?

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n As epithet of a cleric or bishop: an m.¤ Macha, ZCP ix 457 § 56 (Baile Bricín).

? muinenchor

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Forms: m., muinencor, muinechor

n ? g p. atchíu a léine ligdae . . . ingelt súla sochaide | cot[n]gaib ar méit m.¤ , BDD 100 h ( LU 7408 ); muinencor, muinechor v.l.

múinid

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Forms: múnta

v i, teaches, gives instruction (in), with acc. of thing and DO of person. cin cu muine in marcaidheacht, Laws ii 156.8 Comm. (pass. subj.) munu muintiur na neche sin doib, 152.13 . connigset ind [= a n-] ro muin Scathach doib what S. had taught them, TBC² 2683. issí comairle ro múin Demon dosom, Lat. Lives 4. muinim cēill do Cloinn Conuill, Ir. Texts ii 9 § 25 . múin .i. teagáisc ` teach ', Eg. Gl. 477. múin dúinne urnuighe do dhéanamh, Luke xi 1. múin do réir dhúinn do dhéinimh, Ir. Monthly 1929, 212.18 . In reflex. construction teaches oneself (to) = learns, accustoms oneself (to): rom-múnus imbed dom (gl. scio abundare), Wb. 24b18 . ra-múinset doib buid and they have learned to be there, 5b44 (with proleptic infixed pron. obj.). ní ro múinsetar sidé doib bith i cathaib they are not inured to war, TTr.² 333 = ro munsetar, LL 400b 38 . is ed sin ro maidhsem [ro mūinsium v.l.] dúinn cosaniu, CCath. 1656. níor mhúineas damh . . . feacadh mo ghlúin, TSh. 5993. Rarely with acc. of pers.: coíca mac ro múnestar ro [= re] seilgg he trained for hunting, Met. Dinds. iv 322.57 . do mhuin 'san tseilg é taught him fishing, PBocht 120 § 19. do mhúin sé mé, Prov. iv 4.

In wider sense shows, indicates, points out (the way, a place, a person): múinfet-sa duit an innsi n-áluind atconnacais I will show thee (the way to) the island, Lat. Lives 107 , cf. Lism. L. 3570 , BNnÉ 52.9 . ro múnad dó . . . int inad, RC xiii 48 § 35 . no gur mhúin sí dó Tír na nIngnad told him the way to, Ériu iii 168.4 . co ro múiner díb mo braithre that I may show you my brethren, PH 1075. no mhuinedh ┐ no suaicentaighedh na saerclanna . . . dóibh, CCath. 5993 (= monstratque senatum, Phars. vii 578 ). munis eolus doib told them the way, IT ii1 182. 214 . múinfidh an t-éolus dúinn he will guide us, Oss. iv 266.15 .

part. bat umal múnta ó gáethaib, SC 26. huanaib muintib, gl. a monitis, Ml. 70b1 . See also múnad and múinte.

muinigid

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Forms: muiniughud

v i. (cf. muinigin) with AS, trusts (in), relies (on): an té as mo as a muinidhim in whom I most trust, Ir. Texts ii 88 § 14 . Cf. A. Ó Dálaigh xxx 8 (muinighim). a taom mhaith ná muinighear `let me not trust in my virtue', PBocht 90 § 30.

vn. ag muiniughud a Tigerna na n-ealadhan, O'Gr. Cat. 211.13. gach uile duine dha raibhe ag muinechadh ass rí Saxsan all who depended on the English king (were in his interest), ALC ii 284.8 . móide mo mhuinechadh as, Ir. Monthly 1930, 52.16 .