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muinél n o,m., (1 muin)muinél(g s. -iúil,-íl,-éil,-él), IGT Dec.
§ 77.
(a)theneck(of men or animals, usually the former).múinel
(sic MS.), gl.collum, Ir. Gl. 744. don muineol, gl.collo, Gild.
80Lor. 137. muinel, Corm. Y 899. ba crom a muinél, Arch. iii
225 z .cet muinel furri ┐ cét cend for cach muineol, LU 2429
( RC iv 252 § 20 ).tri cind fora cael-muneol, RC vii 298.126 .
tairnid . . . in mbial fora munél, FB 78 ( LU 9031 ).for cóich a
munéoil the nape of his neck, TBC 2599. co tall in cend i
85comarda a muniuil de, RC xiv 410.4 ( LL 109a12 ).memsite
muineoil , TBC² 3087 (n p.).is aice toísech tucad cuing for
muinélaib dam, LU 10819. ar mhín a mhuinéil the smooth of
his neck
, Gen. xxvii 16. tug tú dhamh muinéil mo námhad,
2 Sam. xxii 41.
(b)of things,neck,narrow part: ra chuaid Molling reme i
5mmuneal Findmaige, RC xiii 104 § 134. muinél an lésa
(=collum vesicae), O'Gr. Cat. 270 z ; 271.4 .a muinéal a
shúiste in the neck of his flail, Pairl. Chl. Tom. 555 ( Gadelica
i 127 ). Of a river:lām re m. ¤ Moghairne, Ir. Texts ii 9 § 22.

muinélach adj o, ā. havinga (thick?)neck: munremur munelach
10(of theDond Cuailgne), IT iii 246.82 .tarbān . . . muinelach,
Ériu vii 198 § 5. in Gilla muinelach hUa B.`[why-]necked',
AU ii 306.18 .

muinélad n m. the act ofgrippingby theneck,collaring: re
meallgaill ┐ re muinelad na miled, MR 256.17 .

15 muinemnach? n As epithet of aclericorbishop: an m. ¤ Macha,
ZCP ix 457 § 56 (Baile Bricín).

? muinenchor: ? n g p. atchíu a léine ligdae . . . ingelt súla
sochaide | cot[n]gaib ar méitm. ¤ , BDD 100 h ( LU 7408 );
muinencor,muinechor v.l.

20 múinid v i, teaches,gives instruction(in), with acc. of thing and
DOof person.cin cu muine in marcaidheacht, Laws ii 156.8
Comm. (pass. subj.)munu muintiur na neche sin doib, 152.13 .
connigset ind [= a n-] ro muin Scathach doib what S. had
taught them
, TBC² 2683. issí comairle ro múin Demon dosom,
25 Lat. Lives 4. muinim cēill do Cloinn Conuill, Ir. Texts ii 9
§ 25 .múin .i. teagáisc` teach ', Eg. Gl. 477. múin dúinne
urnuighe do dhéanamh, Luke xi 1. múin do réir dhúinn do
dhéinimh, Ir. Monthly 1929, 212.18 . In reflex. construction
teaches oneself(to) =learns,accustomsoneself (to): rom-múnus
30imbed dom(gl.scio abundare), Wb. 24b18 .ra-múinset doib
buid and they have learned to be there, 5b44 (with proleptic
infixed pron. obj.).ní ro múinsetar sidé doib bith i cathaib
they are not inured to war, TTr.² 333 =ro munsetar, LL 400b
38 .is ed sin ro maidhsem [ro mūinsiumv.l.] dúinn cosaniu,
35 CCath. 1656. níor mhúineas damh . . . feacadh mo ghlúin,
TSh. 5993. Rarely with acc. of pers.:coíca mac ro múnestar
ro [= re] seilgg he trained for hunting, Met. Dinds. iv 322.57 .
do mhuin 'san tseilg é taught him fishing, PBocht 120 § 19. do
mhúin sé mé, Prov. iv 4.
40In wider sense shows,indicates,points out(the way, a place,
a person): múinfet-sa duit an innsi n-áluind atconnacais
I will show thee (the way to) the island, Lat. Lives 107 ,cf.
Lism. L. 3570 , BNnÉ 52.9 .ro múnad dó . . . int inad, RC xiii
48 § 35 .no gur mhúin sí dó Tír na nIngnad told him the way to,
45 Ériu iii 168.4 .co ro múiner díb mo braithre that I may show
you my brethren
, PH 1075. no mhuinedh ┐ no suaicentaighedh
na saerclanna . . . dóibh, CCath. 5993 (=monstratque senatum,
Phars. vii 578 ).munis eolus doib told them the way, IT ii1182.
214 .múinfidh an t-éolus dúinn he will guide us, Oss. iv 266.15 .
50 part. bat umalmúntaó gáethaib, SC 26. huanaib muintib,
gl.a monitis, Ml. 70b1 . See alsomúnadandmúinte.

muinigid v i. (cf. muinigin) withAS, trusts(in),relies(on): an
té as mo as a muinidhim in whom I most trust, Ir. Texts ii 88
§ 14 .Cf. A. Ó Dálaigh xxx 8 (muinighim).a taom mhaith ná
55muinighear`let me not trust in my virtue', PBocht 90 § 30.
vn. agmuiniughuda Tigerna na n-ealadhan, O'Gr. Cat.
211.13. gach uile duine dha raibhe ag muinechadh ass rí
Saxsan all who depended on the English king (were in his
interest
), ALC ii 284.8 .móide mo mhuinechadh as, Ir.
60Monthly 1930, 52.16 .

muinigin n f. muinidhin, IGT Dec. § 184. Trust,confidence,
hope:in Mid.Ir. seems confined to the phrase:téit i mm. ¤ (with
gen.) trusts in,relies on,has recourse to .ragma i mmunigin ind
ḟeda móir-se co matin we will seek shelter in, TBC 620. ra étla
65. . . úad i mmunigin a retha trusting to his swiftness, 2981 .
rachúatar . . . i mmunigin na fidbaidi forrúadi ┐ na sleg mór,
LL 240a1 ( TTr. 1713 ).dul i muinighin na n-arm, CCath. 5485.
ragaid cách i mmunigin a daidbri . . . i nderiud domain, LL
188b38 (cf. RC xxvi 39 n. 7 ).dachuatar i mmunigin a ndrui-
70dechta, 218b11 ( TTr. 109 ).docuaid Find a muinidhin a fesa,
BCC § 42. Ériu viii 18.16 .duli muinighin a ngeasa do thoghairm
na ndeamhan, Keat. ii 5451. dochóid Patraic i mmuinighin
Poil ┐ Petair im tathbeodhugud in meic(i.e.invoked to his
aid), Trip. 558.11 .raghat a m. ¤ dee iffirn, Aen. 1624 (cf. Virg.
75Aen. vii 312 ).meni soised C. a muinidin [sic MS.] na ndea
muiridhi, 1023 .in a mmunigin ar náem ragmait? RC xiii 100
§ 129 .dochuatar Bretain i muinighin Findein im chuinghidh
osaidh doibh, Lism. L. 2562. tiagar uain ina m. ¤ imon plaig-si
do digbail din let us appeal to him, Fél. 200.12 .dochuattar . . .
80a muinighin na Trinoide, BNnÉ 37.4 .i mm. ¤ dependent on,
looking to(some one to do something): a bheith i muinighin
Uí Dhomhnaill . . . chum cearta do chongbháil to be depending
on O'D. to uphold justice
, Maguires of F. § 95. lēiccim mirbuile
Moling atá i lLaidin i m. ¤ na mbrathar cCleirigh(i.e.I leave it
85to the friars C. to transcribe M.'s miracles which are in Latin),
Moling § 77 (scribe's colophon).
Later used more widely, confidence,expectation,hope (with
prep.as,i n-or gen.):a Críosd gidh cóir muinighin though we
should hope in C.
, PBocht 76 § 21. an duine chuireas a
mhuinighin i nduine(=qui confidit in homine), TSh. 617. an
5mh. ¤ bhíos ag duine as a bhríoghaibh corpardha, 7371 .i
dteaghdhaisibh muinighine(=in tabernaculis fiduciae, Isa.
xxxii 18 ), TSh. 10907 .muinighin laidir an bhetha shiordhuidhe
sure hope, Parrth. Anma 119.15 = Luc. Fid. 71.1 .gairdeachas
na muinighne, Hebrews iii 6 .dóigh, dóchas, muinighin, Eg.
10Gl. 232.