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 .

muinigin

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Forms: muinidhin

n f. muinidhin, IGT Dec. § 184. Trust, confidence, hope: in Mid.Ir. seems confined to the phrase: téit i mm.¤ (with gen.) trusts in, relies on, has recourse to . ragma i mmunigin ind ḟeda móir-se co matin we will seek shelter in, TBC 620. ra étla . . . úad i mmunigin a retha trusting to his swiftness, 2981 . rachúatar . . . i mmunigin na fidbaidi forrúadi ┐ na sleg mór, LL 240a1 ( TTr. 1713 ). dul i muinighin na n-arm, CCath. 5485. ragaid cách i mmunigin a daidbri . . . i nderiud domain, LL 188b38 (cf. RC xxvi 39 n. 7 ). dachuatar i mmunigin a ndrui- dechta, 218b11 ( TTr. 109 ). docuaid Find a muinidhin a fesa, BCC § 42. Ériu viii 18.16 . duli muinighin a ngeasa do thoghairm na ndeamhan, Keat. ii 5451. dochóid Patraic i mmuinighin Poil ┐ Petair im tathbeodhugud in meic (i.e. invoked to his aid), Trip. 558.11 . raghat a m.¤ dee iffirn, Aen. 1624 (cf. Virg. Aen. vii 312 ). meni soised C. a muinidin [sic MS.] na ndea muiridhi, 1023 . in a mmunigin ar náem ragmait? RC xiii 100 § 129 . dochuatar Bretain i muinighin Findein im chuinghidh osaidh doibh, Lism. L. 2562. tiagar uain ina m.¤ imon plaig-si do digbail din let us appeal to him, Fél. 200.12 . dochuattar . . . a muinighin na Trinoide, BNnÉ 37.4 . i mm.¤ dependent on, looking to (some one to do something): a bheith i muinighin Uí Dhomhnaill . . . chum cearta do chongbháil to be depending on O'D. to uphold justice, Maguires of F. § 95. lēiccim mirbuile Moling atá i lLaidin i m.¤ na mbrathar cCleirigh (i.e. I leave it to the friars C. to transcribe M.'s miracles which are in Latin), Moling § 77 (scribe's colophon).

Later used more widely, confidence, expectation, hope (with prep. as, i n- or gen.): a Críosd gidh cóir muinighin though we should hope in C., PBocht 76 § 21. an duine chuireas a mhuinighin i nduine (= qui confidit in homine), TSh. 617. an mh.¤ bhíos ag duine as a bhríoghaibh corpardha, 7371 . i dteaghdhaisibh muinighine (= in tabernaculis fiduciae, Isa. xxxii 18 ), TSh. 10907 . muinighin laidir an bhetha shiordhuidhe sure hope, Parrth. Anma 119.15 = Luc. Fid. 71.1 . gairdeachas na muinighne, Hebrews iii 6 . dóigh, dóchas, muinighin, Eg. Gl. 232.

muinignech

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adj o, ā hopeful (of), confiding (in), relying (on), with prep. AS: ní beitte dh'aoinneach bheith muinighneach as a ré féin no one should be sure of living (long), TSh. 784. muinigh- neach asan bhfeoil confident in the flesh, Philippians iii 4. muinighneach as húmhlachd, Philemon 21.

muinir, muiner

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n f. a (leather?) wine-bottle? dobeir dā muinir lana doib do ḟín, Ériu iii 140.172 = dobretha di muinnir .i. dā phaitt, Rawl. 132b26 .

muinision

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Forms: munisioin, muinission

n o, m., (Romance loan-word, prob. < Eng. munition) ammunition: g s. go línmhaireacht munisioin , Fl. Earls. 104.6 ; cf. 40.10 . iar ffacbhail a munissioin ┐ a n-ordanáis, FM vi 2272 . go n-iomat armála ┐ muinission , 2110.4 (g p.?). le muinission, 2116.24 . furtacht monision leo, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 15.7 ( Anal. Hib. 3 ).

1 muinithir

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Forms: muinestar

v dep. meditates, intends, purposes: pret. inna hí dia ru muinestar som trócairi those for whom he has intended mercy, Wb. 4c38 . ba mór do maith ro ménair (.i. ro midair do denaim), Hy. ii 67 ( Thes. ii 321 ). ro menair Patraic congabad dó feissin ann P. thought of settling there himself, Trip. 136.4 . ? pa [= ba] Muredhach. . . muinestar . . . an chomairli sin who devised (?), Anecd. ii 72 (múainistar, muainestar v.l.; perhaps pret. of múinid). Thinks, deems: miad mār munimar manna `a great honour we deem the heavenly food', ACC 88 ( RC xx 268 ) = munemar, LU 975 ; cf. muinimar .i. adcimi `we see', O'Dav. 1279. ro mēnair nā budh ferr, etc., ZCP vii 304.28 .

2 muinithir

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v dep. ebron ima muinither meirg .i. ima timc[h]ella meirg ┐ imma n-ith, Corm. Y 536 = ima muintear, Corm. p. 19 s.v. ebrón; the same quotation occurs H. 3.17 c. 519 ( O'Don. 711 ) with gl.: ima muinither meirgi .i. imtimchill in meirg imon muin; perhaps goes round, surrounds , from a root *mon- denoting motion also found in: dia tomna .i. dia tí, TBC² 1044. Cf. also: na filid nā fitir so | ni muin fedm eicsi forro, Auraic. 2007 (the poetic function goes not on them = is not theirs?).

muinmer

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Forms: muinmhear, mínmhear, muinmhear, minnbhear

n [m.] hemlock: muinmhear, Eg. Gl. 481. mínmhear, muinmhear, minnbhear ` hemlock ', Hog. Luibh. amhuil muin- mhear a n-eitrighibh an mhachaire, Hosea x 4 , cf. Amos vi 12.

múinte

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adj io, iā. part. of múinid, q.v. As adj. educated, well bred, polished: roighne an tslóigh mhóirḟeithmhigh mh.¤ , TD 11.27 . banḟlaith mhánla mh.¤ , Keat. Poems 458. aigneadh sídhe m.¤ , Ir. Monthly 1928, 549.14 .

muintend

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n [ā,f.] (compd. of 1 muin?) a yoke ? cathcharpait co fheirtsib ┐ múinntendaib óir ┐ argaid (`'), Alex. 233. Cf. dá oen-muntind (of two brothers; two yoke-fellows?), TBC 5375.

muinter

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Forms: muntar, montar, montar, muinter, monater-, moniter-, montar, manu-tera, muntar, montar, muinter, muntair, muntir, muintir, muntaire, muntairai, muntire, muintire, montar, muinter, muinntear, muinter, muintera

n ā, f., O.Ir. also muntar, montar. A word of disputed derivation; (a) acc. to Thurneysen, Hdb. § 905 , montar and muinter represent respectively monater- and moniter- < Lat. monasterium (monis-); so also Hessen, ZCP ix 11 , Pokorny, ZCP x 203. (b) acc. to de Jubainville, RC xxv 2 , montar (muntar) < *manu-tera `that which is under the hand, i.e. the authority'. (c) Vendryes, ZCP ix 296 suggests a native origin, Celt. *moni cogn. with Ir. muin `protection', see 1 muin (c) above.

In O.Ir. the stem appears with palatal and with non- palatal -nt-: n s. muntar, Wb. 21d1 , 26a12 , 27d12 , 31b7 . Ml. 94a6 . montar, Wb. 7c5 , 21c22 . muinter, 7b9 , 14a5 , 25a6 , 26d14 , 31d16 . a d s. muntair, Ml. 29d7 , 46a20 , 61d7 , 71c16 , 76c9 . muntir, 142a3 . Wb. 24b31 , 26d5 , 30a4 , etc. Sg. 30b11 . muintir, Wb. 11c8 , 16c11 . g s. muntaire, Wb. 21b12 . Ml. 61c2 . muntairai, 85a4 . muntire, Wb. 21c4 , 30b16 . muintire, 28d21 . g p. montar, Thes. ii 254.10 . In Mid.Ir. the form muinter (often written muinnter) prevails. muinntear, IGT Dec. § 12 (p. 62.9) .

In general sense a community or group of persons connected by some common bond , hence esp.

(a) a family or household (including servants), corresponding to Lat. familia: gl. familia, Ml. 61d7 . Sg. 30b11 . di muntir Cessair (= de Caesaris domu), Wb. 24b31 , cf. 30a4 , Ml. 76c9 , 112d7 . cona muntir (= cum fratribus), Wb. 14a19 . oís muntire (= domestici), 21c4 , cf. 28 d 21 . fer muintere (= famulus), 33a5 . fer muindtire, Laws i 6.16 . in fer muinteri [muintire LU] . . . .i. mo chú, TBC² 535. betit mnaa can a muntera , LL 48a10 ( SG 373.1 ). no roinntea in biad . . . itir in fírmuinntir no bíd ann, cen co beth ann acht int athair no in mathair cona cloind, LB 155b34 . do cheangail . . . screaball ar gach teach muinntire every household, Keat. iii 1556. 'n-a athair mhuinntire (= homini patrifamilias, Matth. xx i ), TSh. 6339. mic mhuinntire (= sons still under parental authority), 5120 . muinntear .i. clann, O'Cl.

(b) in wider sense, followers, adherents, party, attendant troops, etc. asberam-ni ammi muntar dait-siu, a Dae (dicemus nos tuos esse), Ml. 94a6 . do díabul ┐ dia drochmuintir, LU 2344 ( RC iv 250.9 ). fer do múinntir Ísu .i. Petur, PH 3111. oes gráda in rig ┐ a muntear tairisse, 384 . radis Medb fria muntir ar co ndigsed láech dib, TBC 1567. muinntir Heseciah, Prov. xxv 1. muirḟecht .uii. xx. long di muinntir righ Gall, AU 848. Of a set of chessmen: ni gonfa-so mo moindter-sa . . . ni ruba fer dia muinter, Ériu v 32.23 , 24 .

(c) often of the disciples of a saint collectively, a religious community or monastery (= Lat. familia, see Plummer, VSH i p. cxii ). la muntir Patraic, Trip. 240.22 . caillech dó muntir Brigte, IT i 43.13 . for muinntir nAirdd Machae, AU 830. ar tomailt torith na muindtiri the produce of the monastery, Mon. Tall. § 77. fer muindtiri `one of thy monks', § 36 . a laim muindteri Eoin Baisti the Order of St. John the Baptist, Maund. 35. ag muintir Eoin Baisde, FM iii 654.12 . By analogy of a pagan community : sacart do muntir Baich a priest of Bacchus, TTebe 64 9.

(d) of inhabitants, etc. muntar nime, Wb. 21d1 . i n-óentu muintire nime, 9c28 (cf. PH 4357 , 6520 ). eter muntir nime et talman (= quae in caelis sive quae in terris sunt), 26d5 . hí figuir noe montar nimæ (= the nine celestial hierarchies), Thes. ii 254.10 ( Stowe Miss. 65b ). na teora muntera .i. munter nime ┐ talman ┐ ifirn, Trip. 118.19 . Righ na tri muinnter, RC xxviii 322 § 49. muinter na catrach, FB 82.

(e) in later Irish sometimes of an indefinite number of persons temporarily grouped for convenience: an mhuinntear théid don tsaoghal sul doghníd lóirghníomh those who die, TSh. 6272. ar an muinntir chuirios fios chugad to them that send, Prov. xxii 21. déunaidh urnaighthe ar son na muinntire bhuaidhreas sibh, Matth. v 44.

(f) of a single individual, one belonging to a `muinter' (family, community, kindred, etc.), a servant, adherent, partisan, etc.; cf. analogous use of cétmuinter. fersait faelti móir fri muintir Mongán (i.e. M.'s messenger), LU 11021 ( Im. Brain i 52 ). ni bat munter dam thou shalt not be servant of mine, RC xiv 412.3 . mo Chrítóc cáin m.¤ servant (of God), Fél. May 11. ba múinnter do Christ a friend (of Nicodemus), PH 3677. furtacht carat ┐ fírmuintire, Acall. 7262. digde ind caich ro cradis manip muindter `if he be not one of thy monks', Mon. Tall. § 36. muinnter d'Eiremhon caem Cobha C. was of the kindred of E., Ériu x 81 § 48. pl. mairfet-sa far muintera your folk, Met. Dinds. iv 64.96 . dobéra a muintera | doc[h]um an mesraigthi (of Christ), ZCP viii 211.1 (perhaps families, communities). ríoghan as mhó muintera (of V. Mary), Ir. Monthly 1930, 662.32 . not-berum tairrsi cot uile mhuinnteraib we will take thee across (the sea) with all thy followers, Lism. L. 1817.