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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. rommoidi-som , 17a12 .
1 pl. ron-moitsem, 17a13 .part. nec. moíti, 8d28 .nímaítte ,
LL 203b3 (:Caílte) = Ériu v 223.65 .vn. moídem.
40(a) boasts,vaunts , with acc. (or in Glossesi n-) of thing
boasted of; transl.gloriariin 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; ratherthat 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. nímaoidhtheair 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(seemoídem (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) withARof 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 nachmaoidhtimóirtheicheadh,
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. agmoidiughadhe fein do bheith lantor-
reach do sbioraid, Luc. Fid. 291.11 .

moídmech adj o, ā(moídem) boastful,arrogant: nír ba m. ¤ [maoith-
mechv.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 frommaidmech q.v.

moídmenma n(seemenma) 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 xseemóaigid.

moil n(?móil)i,f. amass,heap,pile . In follg. exx. from CCath.
40seems used to render Lat.mōles:co ndernai aenmoil trein
tomaithnigh dona huilib, 977 (ofentrailsused inaugury ,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 [móliv.l.] mora
45for fogluasacht, 2654 (ofrafts, calledmoles , Phars. iv 453 ,
456 , 462 ).do tenntibh . . . ┐ do molaibh [moilibhv.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.). Seemul.

moíl xseemael.

moille xseemaille.

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

móin n i,f., Earlyg s. móna: bellum Monadaire lothair, AU 562.
sethnón na móna, LU 5171 ( TBC² 689 ). ?commor mana ┐
60aba, 5114 ( TBC² 629 ).a d s. frimonai , 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 .formóin , 163b5 .ri m. ¤ , 251a32 . In later Mid.Ir.
also adentalst.: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)abogorpeat-moss; occas. in wider sensea 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 (=mónaiLU).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 xseemaín,-ech.

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

85 móintech n o,m.,abogorpeat-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. Asn.l., see Hog. Onom.