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35 moídid v i, pres. 3 s. (with 3 s. pron. suff.) moíti, Wb. 23d29 ,
27a29 . -mo[i]di, Ml. 49c13 . subj. pres. 3 s. moidea, Wb. 2b4 .
fut. 1 pl. nín-moídfem, 17b10 . pret. 3 s. ro mmoidi-som , 17a12 .
1 pl. ron-moitsem, 17a13 . part. nec. moíti, 8d28 . ní maítte ,
LL 203b3 (: Caílte) = Ériu v 223.65 . vn. moídem.
40(a) boasts, vaunts , with acc. (or in Glosses i n-) of thing
boasted of; transl. gloriari in Glosses. hóre ro mmoidi som
cumachte less since he has boasted that he had power, Wb.
17a12 . nach moided in fer . . . hi cumactu let the husband not
boast of (his) power
, 9b18 . (refl.) non-moídem-ni, gl. gloriamur,
45 2d9 . nom-moídim indib, 14c18 , cf. 17c5 . ní thá ní nod-maítte
forro you have no reason to boast over them, TBC 5701 (leg.
not-m. ¤ ). maídid Cormac lecht airig boasts of the death of a
chief
, BDD 150. a muiditis [= i mmoíditis] laich . . . guin a
athar in which warriors were boasting of having slain his father,
50 Anecd. i 52 § 17. ni ḟarggaib . . . dūn nā maítis [= moíditis]
coscur in which they did not boast a triumph, CRR 4. a ndoberó
ar Dia . . . ni maide do not boast of what thou givest for God's
sake
, Ériu ii 172. ar na maíditis [Gréic] . . . mebol d'immeirt
dóib for Troianaib, LL 228b23 ( TTr. 847 ). ? in lucht maidfit
55maidm fort, LU 9615 = ZCP iii 208 § 8 , transld. `that shall
inflict a defeat upon thee
' as if<maidid `routs', a sense not
suited to the context; rather that will boast (maídfit) of having
defeated thee
. secht cind cia nos-faílsaind-se . . . ní maidfind
gluind Lagen I could not (sufficiently) extol, LL 44a2 . is ed sin
60ro maidhsem dúinn what we have boasted of, CCath. 1656. do
mhaoidh cath Geisille (= adduced boastfully), Content. ii 43.
maoidhigh an cionntach fonn a chroidhe boasteth of his heart's
desire
, Psa. x 3. ann a nglóir mhaoithfidhe sibh féin ye shall
boast in their glory
, Isa. lxi 6. ná maoidh tú féin as an lá
65amárach boast not thyself of to-morrow, Prov. xxvii 1. fear is
mó as a maoidhim in whom I take most pride, RC xlix 172
§ 24 . Part. nec. ní maoidhthe air eolus a sheanchusa fén it is
not surprising that he should know his own history
(lit. know-
ledge of . . . is not a matter for boasting on him
), MS. Mat. 573.19 .
70(b) declares, avows, asserts (see moídem (b)): ge maidid
neach ní nā deine, ni ba fíachach de, Laws iii 112.8 Comm.
is é seo óenni moedim-se . . . na rag-sa fessin, TBC 1777. ba
gó aní ro maíde-seom false was the declaration he made, Met.
Dinds. ii 4.39 . maíditraind `verses proclaim' (cheville), iv 64 . is
75uime-sin . . . mhaoidheas Pól go gciorrbhadh a cholann féin,
TSh. 7220. níor bh'iongnadh gur mise do mhaoidhfeadh | an
eolchaire that I should tell of the mourning, Hackett xxxix 45.
(c) with AR of pers. impresses on, reminds (some one), esp.
of a fact which imposes an obligation on him; reproaches
80with: maidh orra gurab daltadha dam-sa iat remind them,
Fian. 78.17 . maoidh air uaisle t'oghachta remind Him of
the glory of thy virginity
, A. Ó Dálaigh xix 11. mairg do
mhaoidh mon ná mearbhall ar slógh . . . nÉireann, Content.
xii 3. guin an taoibhe . . . dá maoidhe a mac ochta oirn if
85her Son brings up against us His wounded side
, PBocht 39
§ 38 . Part. nec. do neoch ar nach maoidhti móirtheicheadh,
ML 86.17 . ní maoidhte dhamh ar an óigh . . . dá rann déag
do dhúthracht ar n-ealadhna I must not grudge the Virgin
twelve stanzas
, Studies 1932, 577.12 .
(d) promises, threatens (to do someth.): ro maídi F. no
5mairfed Patraic (= minando dicebat), Lat. Lives 56. na
maidid [= moíded] in t-echt noco ngaba fo thrí ar a anáil
let him not engage [to do ] the deed until he holds his breath thrice,
Mer. Uil. 134. ro maed marbad na muintiri mina deachdais
uas, Dinds. 141 ( RC xvi 151.22 ). muidsit a bás, ZCP xiii 207.1 .
10 ro maigh bás . . . ar Gyi, ZCP vi 30.24 . ní thuigim go dtiocfadh
rum | ar mhaoidhis d'oideacht oram `the teaching which you
boastfully propose to give me
', Content. ix 5.

moídigid v g, boasts, extols (late): mór do mhaoídigh mná malla
`much he vaunted of (? extolled) gentle women', Duan. Finn i
1555 z . ós tú nár mhaoidhigh mo ghníomh who never praised,
Oss. vi 12.15 . vn. ag moidiughadh e fein do bheith lantor-
reach do sbioraid, Luc. Fid. 291.11 .

moídmech adj o, ā (moídem) boastful, arrogant: nír ba m. ¤ [maoith-
mech v.l.] ciarba gonach, Tec. Corm. § 7.23 . fer miadach
20maíthmech, § 32.4 (maoidhmech v.l.). ? Martial nar maidmech,
Gorm. Sept. 28. Of that which calls for boasting or exulta-
tion: ba maídmech la Ulto rí Lagen do marbad doib, LL 117a
36 ( RC viii 62.20 ). go maoidhmheach miadamail, Ml 84.4 . o
rē Chathair moir muighmígh ` conquering' (?), MacCarthy 432
25§ 8 . To be distinguished from maidmech q.v.

moídmenma n(see menma) boastfulness, arrogance: moídmean-
man .i. díomas meanman, O'Cl.

moídmige n iā, f., (moídmech) boastfulness, vainglory . maídh-
mighi, IGT Dec. § 3.29 . ni tacair lasuide moídmiche do neuch
30innach thallond he does not deem fitting boastfulness in any one
about any talent
, Wb. 17c13 . intí traethus and féin dualaig
inna maidmige, traethad maídmige neich aile (= qui vanam
gloriam saeculi calcavit, iactantiam alius corripiat), PH 5832.
in maímide, 8037 . ar maidhmighi . . . doghni-sem so ostenta-
35tion , BNnÉ 301 § 7. fri moidmuigi moir (one of the capital
sins), ZCP vi 271 § 4. ód mhaoidhmhighe as a mhaicne your
boastfulness as to his race
, Content. xvi 123.

móigid xsee móaigid.

moil n(? móil) i,f. a mass, heap, pile . In follg. exx. from CCath.
40seems used to render Lat. mōles: co ndernai aenmoil trein
tomaithnigh dona huilib, 977 (of entrails used in augury , cf.
videt . . . fibrarum increscere molem, Phars. i 627 ). dognitis m. ¤
nemcumsccaicthe in talman do cumscugud, 3940 (cf. tantae
molis onus, Phars. vi 483 ). ro dercsat na moli [móli v.l.] mora
45for fogluasacht, 2654 (of rafts, called moles , Phars. iv 453 ,
456 , 462 ). do tenntibh . . . ┐ do molaibh [moilibh v.l.] carracc,
1888 (= flammis et magnae fragmine molis, Phars. iii 493 ).
cur croithestair slíabh nE. uadh ina mbui da moilib sena
snechtaidi masses of snow, 864 . Fig. truagh don tí mheallas
50moil breige as beg ttoraidh whom a deceitful mass of unprofit-
able trifles deludes
, ZCP ii 583.22 (end of 16th or beginning of
17th cent.). See mul.

moíl xsee mael.

moille xsee maille.

55 ? moin n mountain? emuin .i. eo muin, eo rectum . . ., m. ¤ a
monte , O'Mulc. 388 ; accepted by Stokes as a genuine word,
but prob. only a fanciful etymology of second syll. of Emuin.

móin n i, f., Early g s. móna: bellum Mona daire lothair, AU 562.
sethnón na móna, LU 5171 ( TBC² 689 ). ? commor mana ┐
60aba, 5114 ( TBC² 629 ). a d s. fri monai , Laws iv 78.7 (text).
isin mónai, LU 5169 (= móna, TBC² 687 ). LL 286a9 , 30 .
forsin monai, LU 10815 ; but: dar móin, LU 10823. etir móin,
LL 265a46 . for móin , 163b5 . ri m. ¤ , 251a32 . In later Mid.Ir.
also a dental st.: g s. monad, Laws i 132.4 Comm. LL 169a33 .
65 d s. mónaid. pl. móinte. móin f. g s. móna, -adh, IGT Dec.
§ 201.
(a) a bog or peat-moss; occas. in wider sense a moor, waste .
moin, gl. grunna, Ir. Gl. 118. ba ruad-móin mor andsin, LL
170b44 . tochur for m. ¤ Lamraige, 163b5 . glenaid ind eich isin
70móna, TBC² 687 (= mónai LU). morgháir an tsluaigh aga
sluccudh don mónaidh, BNnÉ 41.11 . a bhfuil d'uisce isin
monaidh-sea, Lism. L. 2691. for an mónaigh alla thuaidh don
baile, FM iv 790.1 . canach móna bog moss, LB 127a5 . eoin
moige ná móna `of the plain or of the moss', O'Gr. Cat. 487.14.
75 móinte mora delgnacha, FA 30 LB, cf. Lism.L. 3663 (mointi).
Fig. i móintibh doimhne na drúise, TSh. 10662. Common in
place-names.
(b) turf, peat: in ni curthar asin purt monad, in moin cruaid
`turf-bank . . . hard turf', Laws i 132.4 Comm. do díth connuid
80nó mónad, Maund. 224. da loiscthi a mbeith do condadh no
do mónaigh sna tírthib, BCC § 57.

moín, -ech xsee maín, -ech.

móinín n m. (móin) a little bog: (as n.l.) o Belach na nGall go
Moinín ard, H. 3.18 p. 455 ( O'C. 1144 ).

85 móintech n o, m., a bog or peat-moss: co bord in mointigh, AU ii
306.12 . a criathrach bhog mhointigh, iii 406.23 . FM iii 320.8 .
With non-palatal stem: magh . . . co ndoiribh móntaigh,
BNnÉ 25 § 12. As n.l., see Hog. Onom.