muinterda

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adj io, iā. belonging to or forming a `muinter', associated: ní fír fer do slúag mór m.¤ brisiud for óenfer n-anaichnid, FB 94. Hence familiar, friendly, (of conduct) kind, affable: frecra mín munterda, LL 267b11 ( MU 36.29 ). fer mín muinterrdha, Buile S. § 2 . do bhádar muinnteardha da chéile on friendly terms, Keat. iii 993. Lúitér . . . agá raibhe an diabhal nísa mhuinnterdha iná Caiterfhíona who was better acquainted with the devil than with Catherine, O'Hussey TC 42.6 . spioruid muinnteardha familiar spirits, Isa. viii 19 , cf. Levit. xix 31. Of plants, domestic, cultivated: petrosilinum . . . atáit dá ghne air .i. gné mhuinnterdha ┐ gné choilleadh the garden and the wild species, R.I.A. C IV 2, 32vb1 . Familiar, trite, homely: sompla muinnteardha, Eochairsg. 64.35 .

In ZCP viii 216.27 : Muire . . . maith le-si muinnterda | móra 'ga mac, read: muinntera large (religious) communities .

muinterdacht

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n ā, f., (abstr. of muinterda) familiarity, domesti- city ; in concrete sense domestic or familiar occupations? losg[adh] grán ┐ muinnterdhacht ann (of desecration of a church), ZCP x 14 n. 4 (perhaps conviviality ).

múintid

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Forms: múntith

n i, m., (múin- `teach') a teacher, instructor: múntith, gl. eruditorem, Wb. 1d11 .

muintremail

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adj i, acquainted; friendly, sociable . slúag muinterda, FB 94 = muinntermail, Eg. ro ferudur failti muintreamail re cheile, ZCP vi 77 z . Anecd. i 78.16 . rosg m.¤ , Studies 1920 , Poem XI 62.

muir

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Forms: muir, ṁmuir, muir, mmuir, moro, mora, mara, mara, maro, more, muire, mure, mara, muir, muir, mhara, moir, muir, mara, muire, mara, marann, mara, marannaibh, muirinn, muir, mara, marai, muir-, mur-, mur-, muirágu, muirbretha, muirmhil, Muir, Murcon, Muirmhedho

n i, n. and m., later also f. O.Ir. forms: n s. muir, Thes. ii 47.31 ( Philarg. 83 ). (with art.) a ṁmuir mbrígach, Fél. Ep. 30. in muir , SR 287 , 3989 . a s. (with art.) issa mmuir , Thes. i 493.27 , 29 ( Tur. 131 ). g s. in moro , Ml. 81a4 , cf. 96c1 . mora, Sg. 94a3 . Thes. ii 290.5 ( Sg. 112 ). AU 769. in mara , Gild. Lor. 5. rith mara , SR 266. dochom maro , LU 5382 ( TBC² 906 ). fri more foimrim, IT ii1 182.2 ( YBL 116b47 ). a p. forsna muire , Ml. 126a4 . tarsna mure , 122a3 . In Mid.Ir. n p. mara (mora) is found. In later Mid.Ir. muir becomes fem. (already in LB 125b15 ; cf. also SR 287 : in muirlinn aili is i in muir , but possibly the gender of the pron. is that of muirlinn); in Mod.Ir. generally fem. (Keat.; but g s. an mhara , TSh. 103 , 10260 ). moir muir (m., g s. mara), IGT Dec. § 41 ; (f., g s. muire, mara) § 42 . In late lit. n -forms occur in oblique cases of pl.: g p. na marann , RC xxiv 371.28 (n p. mara, ib.), 378.10 (Rennes Tenga Bithnua). d p. marannaibh, ZCP vi 59.17 . Cf. torann- fadach na muirinn ┐ na n-uiscedha ` seas ', RC xxviii 312 § 8 (but see muirenn).

The sea in wide sense, both of sea as opposed to land and of particular tracts of ocean with special designations, occas. of inland seas; freq. used without art., esp. after prep. Gl. mare, Ml. 62c2 , Gild. Lor. 5 , Ir. Gl. 860 ; aequor, Philarg. 83 ( Thes. ii 47 , 362 ). muir i.e. a nomine mare (mara MS.), Corm. Y 913. nem uasaind ┐ talam ísaind ┐ m.¤ immaind immá cuard, TBC 4752. Dia . . . is e doroine nem ┐ talam ┐ m.¤ , PH 989. for m.¤ ┐ fairrge, 2080 . turcgeba in m.¤ mormoṅgach, SR 8105. m.¤ mílach, Fél. June 21 . in set dogabur itir nai tonna ┐ tir . . . in set dogabur arin m.¤ mor the high sea, Laws v 326.5 . i n-inis mara, IT i 75.4 . longa in mara, PH 7024. do treabaidh ais na muire `the back of the seas' (? sea), Leb. Gab. i 36.11 . tonn fuar na muire mairbhe, Aisl. Tund. 104.8 . metither ra Fomóir na ra fer mara, TBC 3805 (the last four words are a gloss; merman? pirate?). i llán mara in the full tide, AU 769. in lān mara, Fl. Earls 20.17 . Cog. 190.20 . muc mara a porpoise (see muc). do m.¤ by (on) land: do m.¤ is do t[h]ír, BColm. 102.10 . CCath. 2675. ac indrudh Muman do m.¤ ┐ do thir, RC xviii 49.24 (Tig.). pl. in distrib. sense: mara móra co n-ainbthinib, FA 30 = marai LB. ru reset inna muire ┐ inna locha, AU 821. fo lochaib ┐ lindaib ┐ muirib, Laws i 72.8 . tre ilmuire, Aen. 331.

Of particular seas: tri m.¤ robur the Red Sea , Ml. 82c8 , cf. 96c1 . See robur. Also called m.¤ ruad, PH 2823 (see ruad). muir Caisp the Caspian Sea , Leb. Gab. i 16.19 . m.¤ n-Ichtt, IT i 39.18 (= mare Vectis, the English Channel ). dar m.¤ Torrian the Tyrrhene (Mediterranean) Sea , PH 570. i n-innsib Mara Torrian, Hy. ii 11. otha m.¤ Terren aniar conice m.¤ mairb from the Mediterranean to the Dead Sea, LB 125b14 . muir marb, 159a19 . isna crichaib borethaib i leith re muir tēcht the frozen (hyperborean) Sea, BB 492a13 (= tēchtmuir, Alex. 437 ); 487b9 . in Mhuir Técht the Dead Sea , Maund. 92. risin m.¤ tentide bo deis the fiery (torrid) sea (southern boundary of inhabited earth), BB 487b12 . for imlib mara Tibir the sea of Tiberias, LB 118b51 . i mm.¤ Thibriatis, PH 6716. an m.¤ Ponteca (= mare Ponticum), Auraic. 3343.

Transf. and fig.: m.¤ tened, FA 25. is m.¤ dar crichu a sea overflowing boundaries (of an invincible enemy), TBC 5395. is m.¤ dar múru, 5277 = is tond romara, TBC² 3214. bud m.¤ conbaidfea duib-si in buden sain a sea that will drown (you), 5578 . ? iarna sáethur gair-som | it é cen aes muir-som (mair- sium, mairson v.l.), Fél. Prol. 60 = it é muir-som cen aes they are a sea without age (cf. ler slúagdae, March 21 ), Thurneysen. m.¤ téachta déar d'fhuil, Ir. Monthly 1929, 596.32 . an mhuir- se na mailíse, TSh. 2068.

Compds. Before a non-palatal consonant in the second component muir- becomes mur- in Mid.Ir. and many stable compds. are treated separately under mur-.

A. With subst.: ¤ág(a)e m. sea-beach, coast (? sea-dyke)? d s. din muirágu , Thes. i 498.25 ( Ardm. 188b1 ), gl. de assole vel de Asson ( Acts xxvii. 13 ). A compd. of áge `pillar, prop'? ¤bolc (bolg) m. `a sea bag', inlet of the sea (see ZCP xi 192 , xii 305 ). As n.l.: in Muirbulc mar, Thes. i 280.42 (d s.). a mMurbulg, ZCP viii 218.5 . Dal Riati in Muirbuilgg, AU 730 (g s.). ac carraig Murbuilg, CRR 9. ¤bran m. a cormorant: gl. merges (= mergus), Sg. 55b9 . ¤breth f. a sea-judgement; (in pl.), mari- time law . pl. muirbretha , Laws i 182.1 . diles i muirbrethaib, iii 422.1 . i murbrethaib, H. 3.17 c. 656 ( O'Don. 925 ). isna Muirbrethaib (name of a legal tract?), Corm. Y 539. ¤cengal m. ` sea-bond '; transf. of a chieftain a sea-compeller, sea-ruler? Muirceangal ua Domain Nuaill (.i. Maghnus o Domhnaill), ZCP v 486 § 10 (B. na f.). ¤coblach m. a sea-fleet; a naval expedition . muirchoblach, LU 9801 ( RC vi 165.22 ). tánic Nemed . . . a murchoblach cetheora barca .xxx., LU 1277 ( Im. Brain ii 288 ). i mbraine muircoblaig, O'Mulc. 292. i mur- choblaigib in fleets , Trip. 206.1 . fo clú . . . an murchoblaigh sin Golaim sea expedition, Leb. Gab. i 232.8 . murchoblach la Colman . . . hi Soil ┐ i nIle, FM i 204.7 . ¤choirthe castaway, shipwrecked person: for murchorthai ZCP xiii 21.36 . eiric tar cend murcuirthi cin apu do righ Laws v 182.9 . o murchuirthe codnach … o murchuirthe leithcuinn ┐ lethceille Bretha 20 § 12.3 . ¤comrac m. a sea-fight: tíagait do muirchomruc forsind [ḟ]airrce, BDD 45. mur- comrac forsin fairrgi etir Gallu ┐ Niall, RC xvii 361.15 (Tig.), cf. FM ii 804.5 . ¤fecht a naval expedition or hosting: muirḟecht secht fichet long di muinntir righ Gall, AU 848 = muir- fheacht, FM i 476.19 . See muiriucht. ¤fiach m. a sea-raven: i ndeilb muirfeich mair, Im. Brain ii 291 (Laud) = i ndeilb segi mori .i. murrech, LU 1323. segha .i. muiriach (nó muir- rech) mor, Im. Brain ii 291 n. 3 . ¤gabál f. sea-faring (? coast- ing): gach port i tigeadh Ith i nErinn iar murghabhail na ntír i raibhe, BB 38b3 . ¤gabul m. an inlet of the sea. n p. muir- gobuil, Ml. 45d12 . Of a river: scailed murgabla srotha Ligir `letting out an inlet of the river Loire', RC xv 434 ( Dinds. 43 ) = scaíled in murgabuil múaid | cos'tathig Ligir londglúair, Met. Dinds. iii 194.9 . iar tuaslucud in murgabail i Torinis glain i tírib Fraṅc, LL 159b30 . ¤gae a sea-spear, harpoon: murgha, Lism. L. 1640. ¤galar m. sea-sickness: eabur re ndol ar fairrge . . . ┐ ni dén murgalar olc dhó, R.I.A. 23 K 42, 325.2 . ¤geilt m. ` a sea-lunatic'; a sea-fugitive or wanderer, term applied to the mermaid Lí Ban . Muirgeilt .i. geilt in mara, LU 3130. murgeilt, 3043 . murgelt, 3022 ( SG 235.28 ). in hoc anno capta est in Muirgelt for Tracht Ollarba . . . .i. Airiu ingen Eachach maic Muiredha, RC xvii 147.4 (Tig.) = in muirgheilt, AU 571 = an muirgelt .i. Liban, FM i 200.10 . ¤geintlecht f. sea-sorcery, sea- magic: muirgheintleacht, Keat. Poems 695. ¤iasc m. sea- fish: tóla muiréisc maigrig, Met. Dinds. iii 426.9 . ¤inis f. a sea-island , Laws iv 6.10 . ¤lán f. full tide: antí riasa ttraighedh an mhuirlán, ZCP x 4.8 . ¤linn f. sea-pool , poetic term for sea. ri dorigni muirlinn māir | os an ḟirmimint imṡlain, | in muirlinn aili is i in muir, SR 285 - 7 (see Gen. i 7 ). do mhuirlinn mara, Leb. Gab. i 128.4 . ag muirlinn mhóir Chinn Mhaghair, Duan. Finn i 32.18 . Muirtheimhne ón muirlinn, Keat. ii 1225 (poem). ¤loch a lagoon, salt-marsh: isin muirloch, gl. in salsuginem, Thes. i 6.8 (Southamp. Psalter). os murloch, Acall. 5924 n . ¤luachair f. sea reeds, sedge: firluachair ┐ murl., Laws i 172.16 Comm. ¤mag n. a sea-plain, salt marsh (?): im rasas do murmaige `for the crop (? cropping) of thy sea-march', Laws i 166.27 . ¤mesóc f.: ro gabsad muirmesoga mora do lar `great sea-acorns', RC xxvi 160 § 48. ¤míl m. a sea animal, fish: g s. eithre muirmhil , Lism. L. 2223. lomnan magair is muirmhil, Ir. Texts ii 19 § 23. plag arna muirmilaib, BB 388b36 . As collective: amhlaid bit an muirmil hisin, Leb. Gab. i 204.20 (of mermaids). ¤ṡeilche sea-turtle (?); sea-snail (?) Peritia xi 162 : muir druídechta ro baí fair co muirselche ann co n-aicniud súigthech leis Comp. CC 36 § 34 (Toch. Em.) = Met. Dinds. iv 294 . ¤técht: da ttí don leth thuaidhe, doghébha [m]uirtheucht cona ton- naibh ` rough sea ', ITS v 118.26 . muirtheucht, 120.9 . muir- teachd ` unnavigable seas ', O'R. Seems intended for: muir técht a congealed (i.e. frozen) sea (for m.¤ Técht as n. l. see muir). Cf. muir théacht `a viscid sea ', ITS xxiv 20.27 ; air muir dtéachtuidh, 126.3 . ¤torad m. sea-produce: mess ┐ claiss ┐ muirthorud, LU 10116 = murtorad ZCP iii 229 § 1. a mes ┐ a murthorad . . . inna hindsi, Ériu iv 128 § 8. ag buain na femnuige ┐ in murthoraid olchena, Corm. Y 1059 (p. 92.19) . do tochaitheamh . . . mesa ┐ murtoraidh Erenn, Leb. Gab. i 26.16 . murthoradh .i. toradh mara, O'Cl. ¤trácht m. sea- strand: murthracht, ZCP x 343.17 . dar muncind in múr- tráchta, Aisl. MC 37.3 . ¤tráig f. strand, beach: in murtraig, Lism. L. 1946. Occas. also in adjs. formed from nouns: eass . . . maigrech murbiastach ` sea-monsterful ', MR 104.13 . anfadh mara murbradanaigh, IT iii 71.6 = mulbratanaigh ib. 3 ; `', Bruchst. i § 34 .

B. Muir enters into composition of proper names: ¤bran ` sea-raven ', ZCP viii 328.20 . ¤chú ` sea-dog '; name of bio- grapher of St. Patrick, RC xxvi 366. Muirchiu (sic), AU 827. g s. Murcon , AU 735. ¤mid: g s. Muirmhedho , AU 797. With adj.: Muirchertach, AU 527 , 926 (Muircertach). ¤gel (npr. f.?): Muirgel Manann, IT iii 34 § 9. co Muirgil, ib. Cf. also Murchad (m.¤ +cath).

? múir, múr

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n f. (< Lat. mus, mūris) a mouse: ata Pardas cen biasta, . . . cen scoirp, cen muir, cen rain, Trip. p. xxix (= BLism. fo. 97b1 ).

muirbech

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x see murbach.

muirbell

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n m. (a late form of merball?) giddiness, excitement, mental aberration: ba móidi a m.¤ ┐ a merugad, MR 236.3 (= a merball, LL 410b4 ). re m.¤ ┐ re meraidecht, 234.17 (= ri merbhall, LL 410a23 ). See also mairbill.

muirbellach

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adj o, ā (muirbell) confused in mind, giddy, dismayed: am mall meta muirbillach, Acall. 4584 , 4586 . See merbal- lach.

muirchrech

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n f. (muir + crech?) a word of doubtful meaning; in follg. exx. seems used to denote a certain distance (on the sea). doronsat maic Miled immarbáig imrama . . . corruc díb Ír . . . murchrech do cach luing, LL 12b23 = muirrdrecht, BB 39b2 = co rug Ír . . . muirchreach (tonn) da ceach luing `advanced a wave before every ship', Leb. Gab. i 248.26 .; cf. co rucustar Ir . . . murcet do gach luing; mur imat ┐ cet .i. tonn, H. 3.18 p. 75 ( O'C. 125 ). regait ind óic diar n-inchaib-ne murcreich, Anecd. i 5.6 . oc cloistin fuama in churaig frisin tir . . . seitigh [= séitidh] huad cona anail co ndeachaid murchreich for muir, IT ii1 181.197 ; `', Wind., but the subj. is perhaps `in curach'. [a] cor i nnoí oin[ṡ]luaisti for murchreth [murcrec v.l.] hi fairrge, Cáin Ad. § 45 (punishment inflicted on a woman guilty of certain crimes); `[she is ] to be put into a boat . . . as a sea-waif (?) upon the sea', Meyer; at the distance of a`muirchrech' out at sea? See Ériu xi 98 where the passage is quoted with a gloss which seems to mean that a `muirchreth' was the dis- tance from land at which a white shield on the shore was still visible. muirchreach .i. tonn, O'Cl. Cf. the expression: noí tonna `nine waves' to denote a distance from the shore.

muirchreth

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x see muirchrech.