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mrecht adj o, ā. (= Mid.Ir.brecht) variegated,diversified: mruig
m. ¤ , Im. Brain § 24.

mrechtnigidir v g, depon. (mrecht) varies,diversifies: pret. cia
rud-mrechtnigestarso[m] briathra(=verba variavit), Ml.
5 123b13 .part. ciallamrechtnigthi varied senses, 26c2 .trisna
dligeda mrechtnichti(gl.varia), 44d11 .co n-itsadaibh
mbrechtnaighibh, Hib. Min. 7.226 .

mrechtrad n o,n.(mrecht) variety,diversity (O.Ir.).m. ¤ inna
ndáne, Wb. 15c2 .trissa-mmrechtrad inna n-ilbriathar, Ml.
10 122d11 .adiecta cona n-ilmrechtrud with their many varieties,
Sg. 29b6 .g s. inmrechtraid , 197a11 .

mrogaid v ā. (= Mid.Ir.brogaid) (a)intrans.moves forward,
advances: ma mbrogaidh .i. dia ndecha no dia raiter, O'Dav.
1231. ma mroghaidh,ib. pret. mrogaisCliathaire . . . co rrig
15Muman hi Femen, ZCP viii 308.15 . ?arindi rombrogsat
roime-sium isindara leth in lestair, Corm. Y 1059(prull),
p. 92.5 =ro broccsat, Corm. p. 37.1 , where-m-may represent
rel.)-n-. (b)trans.moves forward,extends: pass. imp. mál mind
mór mochtaideṁbrogtartre druidechta druad, LL 259b28
20= IT i 68.16 (brogthar, Eg.).mrogatar genelaigi gesci úa
genitir gein, SC 26 (`let the genealogical trees be added to as
[?from which ] children are born', ZCP xv 189 § 12 ).
vn. mrogadcoicrich`extension of boundaries', Laws iv 340.
13 (`marking of common bounds',MacNeill,Law of Status 308 ).

25 mruig n i,m., (= Mid.Ir.bruig,brug)apieceofinhabitedor
cultivated land (generally of some extent),acountry-side,
amarch; occas. alsoa farmland .i mMruig thuaithe, Thes. ii
263.37 ( Ardm. 10a2 ) = Trip. 308.13 .di Moisten míne mrugaib,
Thes. ii 295.5 ( SP v 2 ).m. ¤ mrecht, Im. Brain § 24. i m. ¤ i
30n-agtar carpait, 56 .a tir i tuadchuad-su (leg.tudchad-su) . . .
fuil [secht] riga for a mruig, IT iir182.220 .racht mbroga,
Laws iv 124.9 .g p. lén ambruige ` grass-lands ', 310.8 .Etur
. . . is mbruig eite ar a meit(i.e.equal to a cattle-farm or
ranch in extent, of Benn Etair), O'Mulc. 464. arbur .i. ar-fēr
35.i. ḟēr mbroga tillage-grass,i.e. farm-grass , 52 .
Compds. ¤ fer alandowner: Laws iv 316.8 (mrug-); 310.5
(mbruig-). ¤ recht n. farm-law (see MacNeill, Law of Status
283 n. 2 ):mbrugrecht(sic leg.), Laws iv 124.9 .mor-muin
mrugrechtai, 340.12 .smachta ṁbruighrecta, 300.14 .mbruid-
40rechta, 48.12 .

mruigech adj o, ā. possessing(?farm-)lands: brigach .i. mbruig-
ech a `strong' man,i.e. a landed proprietor, O'Mulc. 155. Cf.
brogach.

1 muad o, ā.adj.of uncertain meaning, confined to poetic
45style.
(a) generally complimentary, chiefly of persons and prob.
denoting external qualities (rank, wealth,etc.) rather than
moral ones.muadh .i. uasal no a[i]rmidnech, Corm. Y 945.
muadh .i. uasal; .i. maith; .i. mór, O'Cl. muaidh [muadhv.l.]
50ionann sin is maith nó miadh, For. Foc. 43. `muaidh' maith,
Met. Gl. 29 § 49. muadh .i. maith, Eg. Gl. 486 ;.i. mór 488 .
Of persons:Fiadu findmuad, SR 636. Saul digrais daiger-
múad, 5546 .rechtaire múad, BDD 93. mac m. ¤ Muire, Aisl.
MC 7.31 .delai fir muaid maínig, RC xxvi 16 § 18 (glossed:
55 .i. . . . ind fir maith moínig ic a rabatar moíni na hecisi, LL).
ag caoineadh Mathgamhan muaidh` noble ', Cog. 100.18
(poem).Cf.also:menmae múad medrach`proud, elated mind',
Fél. Ep. 362. menma m. ¤ , SC 45. n p.assubst.:Macha . . .
medraitmuaid of which noble (poets) sing, Bruchst. i § 146 =
60 FM 987 ,cf. ZCP iii 36.6 .
Of places:maidm for Mide m. ¤ mifrech, RC xxxvi 262 § 5
(Rawl.) =múaid, LL 45a32 ( O'Curry MS. Mat. 485.3 ); perh.
= (b).Often ofsea: tonn m. ¤ mara mind, SR 7906. tar tuinn
muaidh mara, Arch. iii 311 § 1. for morthuind muaid, O'Mulc.
65 268. in muir m. ¤ mílach, IT iii 38 § 24 ,cf. 102 § 187 . Anecd.
i 13.1 .Cf. ardgáir in mara muad, LL 298a27 . Of other things,
actions,etc.:braichlind múad mescmar, FB 53 (cf. muad-
braich
below).brisiud múad mórchatha, 52 .i ccath Bealaigh
muadh Mughna, FM ii 570.2 (poem).isin maidin múaidh
70` glorious', Buile S. 44.5 .
Asadv.: ?canait cen nach locht lór-muad, SR 610. muadh
bochtus cil a comarc (.i. maith benus sé a locht a rand), ZCP
v 488 § 9 (B. na f.).
(b) seems used occas. in a depreciatory sense, perhaps
75 moody,dejected ? (cf. 2 muad).scith mo menma, m. ¤ mo gnās |
ō luid Tressach i tiugbās`verstört mein Anblick', Bruchst. i
§ 111 = FM 884. (assubst.)nacham-thaidlet meschoin
múaid, LL 145b13 ( MS. Mat. 476.30 ),cf. nad rot-bréccat
meschoin (.i. dí bhrai) muaidh (.i. fir étaidh), ZCP viii 107.8
80(from H. 3.18); from a poem apparently addressed by a
(married?) woman to her lover; the stanza expresses dread of
detection or scandal; perhaps:may the eyes of a jealous man
(? a deceived husband) not approach me (delude thee
H).Cf.
¤ gaisced, ¤ laech, ¤ óclachbelow.
85Compds. ¤ ailm .i. oillderb`abig pail ', Dúil Laithne 72
( Goid. 76 ). ¤ béim:do thulbemmenaib ┐ muadbemmenaib
┐ fotalbemmenaib, TBC 939 ; elsewheremuadalbéim q.v.;
`Mittenhieb' (middle-stroke), Windisch.Cf. 3 muad. ¤ blosc
m.: (asadj.) BDD 87 (` very noisy ').muadhblosg .i. morthor-
manach, O'Cl. ¤ braich:mar miles mulend m.`gutes Malz',
5 TBC 3790. múadmraich, FB 52. ¤ cloch f.:ragabastar
muadchloich móir méti clochi mulind, TBC 3727 =an
mbúadhchloich, Eg. 106 ;an bhuaidhliog, Eg. 209. ¤ gaisced
m.:muadhg. malla macaemda maethleanmhaighi(i.e.ex-
ploits of an unfledged or faint-hearted warrior), MR 294.14 .
10 ¤ galann .i. muillenn amill , Dúil Laithne 102 ( Goid. 76 ); a
kenning? ¤ laech m. acarpet-knight, afaint-hearted warrior ?
fa lór do marbad múadlaech ┐ midhlaech`it was enough to
kill half-hearted warriors and cowards
', Fian. 90.14 .ro crith-
naighit menmandæ muadhlaech ┐ midlac[h] ┐ daesccursloig,
15 CCath. 3887. ¤ mac(c)aem` soft youth ', MR 292.13 . ¤ óclách:
nírbo drochlæch é ┐ nirbo deglæch acht m. maith`ein guter
braver Mann
' (?a middling or average soldier), TBC 4699 =
muadhlaoch, St. ¤ rosc m.:pl. muadhruiscmedharda`sanfte
Augen
', TBC 5515 St.muadhrosg .i. rosg maoth, O'Cl.