muiride

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Forms: muiride, murigi

adj io, iā. (muir) belonging to the sea; marine, maritime . muiride (gl. Thalassa, Acts xxvii 8 ), Thes. i 498.20 ( Ardm. 188b1 ); cf. [dé]muiride (gl. bithalassum, Acts xxvii 41), ib. 33 . connici in n-acían muridi fuineta, LU 30 , cf. ZCP x 130.13 . gabhait for imrum muiridi, RC xiv 44.5 . ro gabhsat for a sét muiridhe, CCath. 1364. tromchoblach mór muride, CRR 10. arin mblédmil muride, LL 217b2 ( TTr. 35 ). dorbsháile muride, Alex. 658. turscair muiride, Fél. 50.20 . dea muiridi sea-gods , Aen. 2026. daíne muiridi seafarers , Mer. Uil. 218. ar in muin- cinn muiridhe, BNnÉ 60.7 . tonn muiridhe, 6.26 .

As subst. io, m. a seafarer, mariner: mac in murigi icon muir, Ériu ix 49.8 (mhoiridh, mhuirigh, muiridh v.l.). ? cach dán a duil[g]ine. cach murigi a meithi, Arch. iii 227.30 ; see ZCP xvii 52 § 30. n p. murigi (one of the classes represented in the Tech Midchuarta), LL 29b41 = mairig on the accompanying plan, muirighi on the plan in YBL 418. g p. for teithead [in cissa] na muiride .i. na Fomorach, Todd Nenn. 44.

A variant form with non-palatal r is maraide, q.v.

muiridecht

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n ā, f., seafaring, navigation . co mboi seacht mblia- dhna for muir, amhail innises a mhuiridhecht ┐ a bheatha féin (i.e. the Navigatio Brendani), Mart. Don. 130.5 .

muirigecht

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n ā, f., (1 muirech) the rank or office of a `muirech'; lordship, leadership ? Lorcan iar Cindgecain glan | ro gab murigecht Muman, LL 150b16 = muirigecht, Rawl. 163a51 . rígi do Choirpriu ┐ murigecht do Craumthan ` mayoralty ', RC xx 142.5 (ACC Comm.).

muirigin

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Forms: muiridhin, muiridhni

n f. (cf. muirer) a burden, charge, encumbrance . muiridhin, IGT Dec. § 184. g s. méd a muiridhni , ex. 2086 . muirighin nó eire, ualach, cúram, Eg. Gl. 439. muiridin do Mál Midi | cairemain is cirmairi `a charge on the prince of Meath', Met. Dinds. i 26.173 . cóic mná fichet . . . ara muiridin in his charge, iv 76.12 . nír ḟaem crodh ele acht ór . . . uair becc leis a mhuirigin imurchuir ar sluaighedh he did not think it much of a burden to carry about, CCath. 128. bíodh nár chuir mé muirighin oruibh, 2 Cor. xii 16. gur coiscetar Clann C. muirighin a n-ellaigh ┐ a n-ógdaínedh do cenél D. `relieved Kineldunal of all care in respect to their cattle' (by slaughtering them). Caithr. Thoirdh. 79.28 .

muirig(i)nech

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adj o, ā.

(a) burdensome, heavy: is trom an chloch ┐ bí an gaineamh muirighineach, Prov. xxvii 3. gu hesbadach . . . utharmuirighinech embarrassed with the charge of their sick (of an army returning from battle), Caithr. Thoirdh. 132.8 .

Compar. an ti ro foir sindi . . . o cach cumga . . . ni ba muirindi [= muirignige] fair ar n-anacol on lucht utt, D IV 2, 45ra22 .

(b) capable of bearing burdens: atá [m'each] . . . ina muiri- ghineach ro mhaith, ITS x 134.5 = ina muirighneach, Eachtra Macaoimh 38.

muirin

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n (< muir?) bent-grass (Laws Gloss.). murluachair . . . no m.¤ , Laws i 172.16 Comm. in murain . . . .i. in muirnech cin buain, 170.24 Comm. isin murluachair ┐ isin muiriein, H. 3.18 p. 182a ( O'C. 331 ).

muiriucht

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n m. (muir; acc. to Stokes, Ling. Val. of Ir. Ann. 64 , the second component is *iucht `junction', an old Celtic word cogn. with Lat. iugum, O.W. iou; but possibly a corruption of muirḟecht, with which it seems synonymous) a fleet; a naval expedition: m.¤ do Gallaibh i lLoch Febhail, AU 920 (where it seems equivalent to `longus' below) = FM ii 604.13 . MacA. for loch nEchach co m.¤ di Gallaibh, AU 927. mór in muriucht, LL 8b2 . coic ríg rissin muriucht mass | tancatar dar muir morglass, 127a26 = MacCarthy 148 § 1 (= risin muracht, BB 45b54 ).

muirlan?

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n m. (compd. of muir?) co fuair . . . turchairthi ingnadh isin trāigh . . . .i. m.¤ glas cruind mor ┐ gan doras fair, R.I.A. D IV 2, 50va43 .

muirmóru

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n [f.] a mermaid? muir móru (gl. siren), Sg. 96b5 . Acc. to Ped. i 23 a Cymric loan-word, cf. W. morforwyn `mermaid'.

muirn

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Forms: muirn, moirn, muirnn, múirn, muirni

n f. muirn moirn, IGT Dec. § 14. Occas. spelt muirnn (-nd): in LB often múirn.

(a) a loud confused or tumultuous sound , esp. that produced by a multitude, armed host, combat, etc. atchuala H. m.¤ ┐ sésilbi int ṡlóig, LL 243a30 (TTr.). ra chualatar muad-m.¤ in mórslúaig dochum in baile, CRR 53. ba hamnus m.¤ ┐ sai toi na curud . . . ic immditin a ngae ┐ a sciath, RC xii 98 § 131. ro cluinset mu[i]rn in morshluaig, Aen. 1939. bui muirnn occus seselbi isin cath . . . .i. buirfedach na fer, iachtad na miled, etc., Ériu viii 177.17 . ba hadbul m.¤ ┐ sesilbe na Rómanach oc tobach in chísa, LB 149a59 . rom-duiscther-sa as mo chodlud imon mormuirn, Aen. 531. ro bai a mac alla isna trachtaibh re med a muirni (of a combat), 993 . metighter tairm tuinni . . . cosmaile na muirne . . . ┐ seselbe na sochaidhe, TBC 5611 (St.). pl. atcluinti . . . geran na galgat ┐ cuadan na curadh ┐ muirni na miled, CCath. 5945. Of natural sounds: ind Etáil . . . muir a timchell cona m.¤ , Rawl. 78b37 . co clos a muirnd ┐ a ngair (of sea-waves), Aen. 229. tic in gæth . . . cona siansan ┐ cona m.¤ moir, 238 . tipra Chonnlai ba mór m.¤ `loud was its sound', Met. Dinds. iii 292.9 . m.¤ gach lonnsrotha, BNnÉ 148.14 . ra m.¤ moir contuilim-si (of sound of a river), Anecd. ii 23 § 4. Of music: m.¤ na murduchand mara ` chant ', Met. Dinds. iii 190.15 .

(b) met. a troop, band (of warriors): marcṡlóg na tuaithe Tesaldai cenmothá mormúirnd na mílead Maicedondai, Alex. 302. co ros-laiset a saithe saiged . . . frisin múirnd moir Maicedondai, 245 ; cf. 24 . m.¤ .i. buidhean, O'Cl. muad-m.¤ .i. mórbuidhean, ib. (cf. CRR 53 cited above). Cf. also follg.: cúic scéith, . . . cúic eich, cóic mná, mór a muirnn (of a tribute), BR 128 z (= in ṁuirn BB). fichi cornn . . . fichi moghaidh, m.¤ n-uabhair `a proud troop', 158.21 . an mhuirn . . . dá dtug annsacht the folk whom he had loved, PBocht 121 § 20.

(c) high spirit, ardour, exuberant energy . ropo mór far m.¤ 'sin chath | i n-agid na Fomorach, TFerbe 615 (`' Wind., see b). nā bíd laech cen arm, | nā rop maeth a m.¤ , LL 148b47 = KMMisc. 270 § 49. ro choiscfind-sea co luath do muirnn fora ta `I should soon have chastised him out of his present ardour', Aen. 1085. cét bliadhan damh fa m.¤ | am' séghdha hseabaic hsulghuirm (of Fintan mac Bochra), Anecd. i 28 § 27. ba mor ar meisneach 's ar m.¤ , Duan. Finn i 9.28 . ? mac Fiachuidh moir na muirne, LL 396.14 . m.¤ ┐ menmanradh na macraidhe, FM v 1278.2 . a muirnn, a misnec[h] ┐ a mileatacht, MR 314.18 . As quasi-vn.: bheith ag m.¤ dá múraibh `to be exulting ', ML 78.18 .

(d) often of festive mirth, gaiety, jollity, sometimes passing into objective sense of conviviality, good cheer, etc. gáir muirne is gáir meda, Met. Dinds. iv 368.16 . buí Eamhain lán do mhuirn is do mheadhair, Content. xxviii 49. triath budh mhór m.¤ is meadhair, A. Ó Dálaigh lii 44. i dtigh Thaidhg ní thraothfa ar m.¤ , Gofraidh Fionn i 25 ( Ir. Monthly 1919 ). docer do dán, a meic righ Raighne . . . caide na cuirnn no caidhi in mh.¤ | do bi cot' athair? ZCP xii 291.2 = Keat. iii 3423. ní threceb mo thratha . . . for aba ḟledōil no múirne dímaínige in domnáin, LB 273b69 . falchaid met bar muirni amuig | cen chuimni fon ēc acuib the exuberance of your spirits shuts out the remembrance of death, Arch. iii 239 § 24. ní fuil uasal nó íseal | nach léir ina theach m.¤ mhór | ima seach cuirm is cómhól, MS. Mat. 564 y (poem by Cucoigriche Ó Cléirigh † 1664). ní do mhúch m.¤ na n-oireacht (of death of a chieftain), Misc. Celt. Soc. 340.24 . truagh nach ránag eárr na haoise | sul dochonnarc do mhuirinn [leg. mhuirnn?] fá mhaoithe (to Dún Iasc after the death of its lord), Keat. Poems 1486. tú it'aonar . . . | anocht gan mhoirn gan mheadhair (to Dún na nGall), Measgra Dánta 56.55 . Possibly also in follg.: roddet mil, roddet crut[h]nec[h]t, | roddet muirn ic dainib de, | roddet cuirn, roddet cruithne `there was yielded affection in people too' (? the hearts of men were gladdened thereby), Ériu viii 67.11 (poem attributed to Flann Fína † c. 704).

(e) favour, affection, esteem (late use): mairg mhellus m.¤ in tsaoghail `whom love of the world deceives', O'Gr. Cat. 357.19 (poem by Gofraidh Fionn Ó Dálaigh † 1387; line 22 follg.: flaithemnas mór ar muirn mbic suggests rather the sense d; see quotation from same author given under that head). ní bhi oirn . . . d'onoir acht moirn uaibh d' fhaghail to gain your favour, Ir. Texts ii 84 § 20. mairg darab soirbh an saoghal, a mhoirnd is mairg do ghébhadh, Carswell 246. d'énní dá tucas mo thoil . . . nír dlígh mé méid mo muirni I should not have given so much love, O'Gr. Cat. 347.8. dlighter dō díograis muirne `warmth of lovingkindness', 475.15 . drong ó bhfuighinn . . . sgoth mhuirne ar ḟeadh m'aimsire `the choicest favor', TD 15.12 . an óige . . . biaidh sise fá mh.¤ ag cách (youth) will be in favour with all, Measgra Dánta 72.10 = O'Gr. Cat. 523.21. go raibhi duine uasal . . . fá mhúirnn mhóir agan rígh, MacAingil 104.9 . méad na muirne do bhí ag Dia air the great- ness of God's love for him, TSh. 340. With obj. gen.: ná traothadh Dia a mhoirn mháthar `His mother-like love' (? His love for His mother), PBocht 11 § 24. do mhuirn dá mhac for love of his son, 47 § 7 . As quasi-vn.: ic m.¤ ima mac fondling her son, RC v 199.4 . In concrete sense object of favour or love, darling: Aodh mac C. . . . muirn ┐ ordan Dal cCais, FM ii 864 z . trí buadha Breagh ┐ trí muirne Midhe (of persons), ML 80.8 . Cf. muirnín.

? 2 muirn

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n sea: m.¤ Giudan `sea of G.' (i.e. the Firth of Forth), RC xxi 6 , see Reeves' Culdees, Trans. R.I.A. 1860 p. 124 ; acc. to Rhys = W. merin Iodeo, from Lat. marina, RC xxi 9 n. 2 . eter Sliabh nOchel ┐ murn Guidan (leg. mur nG.), BB 214a22 = muir `sea', the -n has been wrongly transferred from the follg. word. See BBCS xxvi 440 n. 4 .