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4? muin my,mine , a word of Cymric provenance, representing
Mid. Welsh 1 s. poss.pron. myfolld. by eclipsing n-.[m]ode-
brot[h], ol Patraic,quod Scoti corrupte dicunt. Sic autem
85dici debæt:muinDuiu braut. . . . A mmuindidiu ismeus ,
Corm. Y 850 (cf.Mod. Welshfy Nuw`my God').Cf.also:
olme (no olmoin), Corm. p. 12 s.v. coic(`of me', Stokes Corm.
Transl. 38 ). ?muin mai .i. os leam mo shealbh, O'Cl. (=m. ¤
muí what's mine is mine? perhaps =maín treasure).

5 muin(muín) nsee alsomaín.

5 muinbe n[iā,f.]a s. forcongair Nemrúad for cach . . . a thuidmi
fri gaile ṅgair | frimuinbimaigi Sennair, SR 2752. Cf.follg.

muinbech n[n.] deception,trick,ruse (cf. 3 muin).cerbo mór trá
a mm. ¤ dorat im Loegaire, FB 10 ; same construction § 18 (a
muinmech) and § 19 (a mainbech).diberthor m. ¤ im Fergus
10occum-sa`F. shall be cajoled by me', RC xxi 316 § 38. ba sedh
muinbeach doratt im Ó Ruairc, Hugh Roe 158.22 (fo. 42b) .
Cf. mainbhtheach .i. cealgach, O'Cl.

muince n iā,f., (1 muin)n p. munceda, LL 18b27 .Acollaror
necklet(generally ofmetaland worn as anornament): a
15mmuinde .i. m. ¤ no slabrad, Sg. 35a6 (gl.collarium).m. ¤ .i.
slabhradh, O'Cl. m. ¤ aircit im brágit cach ae, BDD 119. m. ¤
do némannaib ima mbráigtib, Alex. 598. múince dinaib
muincib-se, RC ix 478 ( LU 1719 =di muntorcaib, 1710 ).ro
ghabhastar a muinche . . . uma mhuinéal, ML 112.12 . munce
20mōrdhai, Anecd. i 56 § 51 (n p.,leg. munci)..x. cēd muince
dualuch, Ir. Texts ii 33 § 17. is leis ro tinscantá munceda óir
fo braigtib doene, LL 18b27 .muinceadha nó slabhradha óir
fá bhráighdibh na n-uasal, Keat. ii 2045. FM i 52.8 . Worn by
animals:tri coin . . . cona muncib óir, RC vii 292.39 .srian
25muinci dergóir fria graig a bridle (made) of a golden chain, SC
31. tricha each ina srianaib ┐ ina muincib, Anecd. i 9.8 .Of
anarmlet: .x. muince (.i. foilge) doat, Ériu ii 4.14 . Worn on
the head:m. ¤ craebdosach . . . fá cenn in caomrigh, Caithr.
Thoirdh. 63.35 .Of ametal band(?) encircling aspear-shaft:
30 do chainnlig na ṅglasgae cona muncib ┐ cona fithib óir ┐
argait, Ériu iv 26.27 .go muinchip arccuid ima mbruigdib
[= mbrāigdib] na sleg, IT iii 238.108 .a dhá chraoisigh . . .
gona muincheadhaibh óir, ML 112.21 .Fig.:is é árad ┐
slabrad ┐ m. ¤ as tresseom do thabairt anma dune a hiffurn in
35biait, LL 278b27 ,cf. Lism. L. xii a 26 (`the mightiest . . . collar
to bring a man's soul out of hell is the Beatus
', Stokes).

muincech adj o, ā. (muince) wearingacollarornecklet: trēd m. ¤
mín-alainn(of women), ZCP viii 209.15 .ben . . . muncach
bratach bretnusach, Aisl. MC 97.5 .Of aspear: manáois
40muinceach .i. sleagh ara raibhe ní fóna braghaidh, O'Cl.

muincend n ā,f., (cf. 1 muinandmuince) alsomuinchend(a form
due to association withcend? occas. treated asneut.ormasc.).
(a) the strict sense seems to beanarrow expanseofsea,
whether inletorstrait .muinchend cumuṅg etarru(i.e.between
45an island and the mainland), LU 79. tria muincinn Mara
Romuir, SR 3987. co muncend mara Romair, LL 135a47 .
for muincind Mara Rúaid, Ériu iv 142.9 .tar muincheann
mhara Romhair, Keat. ii 441 (poem).ra chumtaig da cholo-
main immon muncend Gaditánda(i.e.the strait of Gibral-
50tar), LL 223b18 ( TTr. 466 ) =immon muincind nG., TTr.² 43 .
go muncenn nGaididen, Rawl. 76b13 .tar muncinn Gaididoin,
Todd Nenn. 54. This seems to be the sense in the follg. exx.
from CCath., where Stokes translates `surface':for muincind
mara Icht, CCath. 2382 .do mhuincinn mara Torrein ota inis Seston
55. . . co hinis Abido(i.e.the strait between Sestos and Abydos),
3452 .Cf. 2617 where `in muincenn muiridhi' refers to the
strait separating the island of Salona from the coast.
(b)in wider sensesurfaceorexpanse(of sea);common in
poetry.for muncind mara Caisp, Todd Nenn. 234 ( LL 134a12 ).
60 do múnud eóluis dar muncind mara ┐ mórḟairge, CRR 8 ;cf.
Ériu iii 152 § 4 ; BNnÉ 53.18 .dochuatar som tar muincinn
mara, Acall. 183. do ghluaisettar aran muincinn muiridhe,
BNnÉ 60.7 . Leb. Gab. i 198.23 .ar ttocht tar muinchinn
muire, Studies 1921, 76.3 .dar muncind in murtráchta`across
65the level sea
', Aisl. MC 37.3 .
(c)by extension ofland, generally of aplaceaffording
passage: regmai for muncind ind feda(= edge,outskirts ?),
TBC² 273 =i mmunigin, TBC 620 (perhaps right reading).
co muinchinn Sleibe Fuaid` pass ', Buile S. § 31 .tar muin-
70chind an maighṡléibhe, Hugh Roe 20.28 (fo. 6 a) .do muincin
Slebhe Mis`along the base of', FM v 1730 y ,cf. vi 1976.1 .tria
muinchinn machaire Connacht, vi 2038.3 .muinchinn .i.
uachtar, O'Cl.

muinchille n f.(Lat.manicula, RC xii 466 )Asleeve: munchille,
75gl.manica, Ir. Gl. 30. munchille .i. manchail .i. man lámh ┐
cail comēt, Corm. Y 912. léne co leth-muinchille imme with
only one sleeve
, LB 259b47 =-muincille, RC xxvi 362. inmain
Ferór . . . do bí i medón mo muinchille`that could lie within
my sleeve
', SG 249.40 . Asn. l.:cathMuincille , MacCarthy 406.9 .

80 muinchillech adj o, ā. having sleeves,sleeved: muincillech, gl.
manicatus, Ir. Gl. 598.

muinchomrac(c) n o,m., acc. to Pokorny, ZCP xvii 197 , a
compd. of3 muin+comrac=acombatwaged byunfairor
deceitfulmeans: d s. muinchomruccdelb nebaicside cotom-
85eicniget[h]as, ZCP xvii 197.8 =muimchomruc, LU 10013 ,
mou imchomruccH,muin-,main-, other MSS.