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mullach n o, m., (mul) also treated as s,n.: d s. i mullaig , TBC
1203 ; tria mullaig in chínd, PH 8158 = LB 252a57 (perhaps
70we should expand mullach). n p. mullaige, -i.
(a) the topmost part, top, crown , generally of a convex sur-
face. din mulluch, gl. vertice, Thes. i 494.31 ( Tur. 140 ).
mullach, gl. culmen, Ir. Gl. 1007. di mulluch int slebe, Ml.
58c4 . co mullach na taulcha, TBC 1209. co rom-adnaichthi
75i m. ¤ Temrach (= in cacuminibus Temro), Lat. Lives 22. a p.
mullaighi na cnoc, CCath. 2352. co mullach in chairnn, Acall.
7692. m. ¤ tighe, gl. doma, Ir. Gl. 838. i mm. ¤ thuir, LB 136a27
= Todd Lect. vi 53. a m. ¤ caislen Tuama, RC xviii 288.20 .
a m. ¤ áiteadh árd, Prov. viii 2. co tuc bulli . . . hi m. ¤ chind a
80brathar crown (of head), PH 855. mullaigi a cend rempu head-
foremost , LB 156b45 . ar ammus a chendmullaig, TBC 913 , cf.
TBC² 1961. do thuc bulli . . . i mmulluch in médi, TBC 1999.
co tarrla in tṡleg . . . a m. ¤ a hochta, Acall. 7710. co mulluch a
ghualann, 325 . a m. ¤ a láirgi (= buttock?), Comp. Con C.
85 107.7 . a m. ¤ a cercailli the top of its circuit (i.e. zenith, of the
moon ), ITS xiv 44.27 . a m. ¤ na firmaminti, 88.9 . a m. ¤ in
medha[in] lae at high noon , O'Gr. Cat. 246 y . cach mball . . .
de mulluch co talmain from top to ground (=from head to foot),
TBC² 1931 ; cf. 1843 , TBC 1256 , 1371 , 2496 . corro loisc hé
o mulluch co talmin, Mon. Tall. 72. erradh righ Connacht o
5mhullach co lar (i.e. a complete outfit), Lism. L. 3152. ro
scoilt bendchapur in tempuil . . . ó m. ¤ co a lár, PH 2896. ó lár
go lánmullach (of a building), FM v 1732 z .
(b) the crown of the head (= m. ¤ cind): mullach (gl. meo . . .
cum capillis vertice), Gild. Lor. 98. m. ¤ .i. mul-ōach .i. cluasach
10(i.e. a `mul' with ears), Corm. Y 918 , cf. Lec. Gl. 276. dorega
ferg Dé it' m. ¤ (= in verticem tuum), Lat. Lives 12 = Trip.
60.3 . in bennacht . . . dobiur-sa . . . fort mullach anuas, LL
147a16 = P.R.I.A. iii 545 § 14 . a claideb nocht úasa mulluch,
FB 87. hi fossud a mullaich, TBC² 1207 (mullaid LU). ro bui
15tre m. ¤ ind ḟir folt cass, Ériu iii 196.4 . m. ¤ Mo Chutu M.'s brain-
pan
(a relic), LL 370b32 = Arch. Hib. iv 204 § 15.
(c) fig. apex, acme, chief: m. ¤ na míleadh, Keat. Poems 732.
cnú mhullaigh degban Eirenn `most eminent' (lit. top nut), AU
iii 570.16 . ós cionn mullaigh mo shóláis above my chief joy,
20 Psa. cxxxvii 6.
Compd. ¤ lethan broad-headed (cf. mul-lethan), FB 37.
Acall. 4080 n . gein mhullachleathan mic, Ériu v 80.30 .
tairrnge . . . mullachlethan, Fl. Earls 196.3 .

? mullacrad: ? n g s. tucatar treas confaid ┐ coingleaca, mell-
25gaile ┐ mullacraide , Celt. Rev. iii 204.5 ; = mullachraide, a
coll. from mullach in sense ` crown, head '?

mullán n o, m., (dim. of mul) a hillock, heap ( Dinneen ). m. ¤ .i.
mullach, Eg. Gl. 447. mullann .i. mullach, O'Cl.

mullóc n f. (mul) a round (shallow?) vessel: mulloc usci, PH 519
30(a s.). lan mullóci bice don usce, 511 . mullóc uma (an offering),
RC xviii 36.17 = mullócc, FM ii 1000.17 (expld. as `patena
or cover of a chalice', ib. note). n p. mulloca ┐ sithla ` bowls ',
Laws iii 152.6 Comm.

mullscóid n[f.] mo shnáthad . . . da ngabad m. ¤ muilech | dobud
35druinech 'na degaid, SG 248 z , where it seems used in con-
trast with druinech. ro eirigh an fairgi 'na mullscoidib móra
` mountain-like sheets (of foam)', KMMisc. 319.5 (cf. scód `the
sheet of a sail
'; scóid `a handful, a crowd', Dinneen ).

mum(m)e xsee muim(m)e.

40 mumnech xsee muimnech.

Mumu (muma) pn n, f., the province of Munster ; Latinized as
Mumonia or Momonia (-enia, -inia), cf. name given to the
inhabitants: Mumanenses, AU 774 , Mumenenses, 793 ; g p.
Muminensium, 774 , Thes. ii 276.36 (Adamn.). Desmumu . . .
45Tuathmumo, Rawl. 83b7 . g s. Muman, AU 727 , 734 , 817 , 825
et pass. Mumhan, 724 . bellum Mumen, 778 , cf. 792 . ri
Mumun, Laws v 110.16 ; but: i tir Mumæ, Thes. ii 269.35
( Ardm. 15b2 ), possibly ds. in apposition. a d s. inter Mumain
et Laigniu, AU 734 ; for Mumain, 792 , 822 (usual form); but:
50 de Mume, 734 , 775 (Lat. text). mac I. di Mumae, 825 . itir
U Neill ┐ Muime, 775 . di Muma, TBC² 2919. din Mumu, 184
( LU 4645 ). Muma (g s. -n, d s. -in), IGT Dec. § 8.8 .
Muma [Mumu v.l.] de nomine alicuius regis .i. Echu Múmo,
Corm. Y 884. Mumu . . . ó ainm righ baí fuirri .i. Eochaid
55Mumo, Cóir An. 1. Eochu Múmo mac Mafemis o ráter Mumo,
LL 18a1 . g p. deredh cnicht na cóic Muman , IGT Dec. ex. 300
(for the five Munsters see Ériu ii 49 fg .).

mún n m. urine . mun . . . quasi min a uerbo mingo latine , Corm.
Y 941. tabram ar mún isin coirthe, Ériu v 209.19 ( LL 125a41 ).
60 dobeir a m. ¤ ann, SG ii 484.19 . go n-íbhthedís a m. ¤ féin, Isa.
xxxvi 12 = a bfual, 2 Kings xviii 27. mun Conain (gl. pin-
guedo terrae, name of a plant), Arch. i 336.115 . Also as vn. of
múnaid, q.v.

mun- xfor words so beginning see also muin-.

65 muna conj= mina unless , see .

munach conj. a late form of mina, muna unless: m. ¤ ndéanadh,
RC xxix 136 § 54. m. ¤ leigedh an tṡlighe, 138 § 55 (MS. of year
1715 ).

múnad n u, m., (vn. of múinid), also *múined, from which the g.s.
70is usually formed. múnadh (o- and u-st.), IGT Dec. § 48.
Teaching, instructing , with obj. gen. either of person or of
thing: do munud a dalti to instruct her fosterling, Wb. 24d10 .
oca forcetul ┐ oca munad, PH 246. ara nderna-su mo múnod
. . . go rop móti lim mo menma (= exhorting ), TBC 3753. snám
75┐ marcuigecht . . . do múnad dóib, Laws ii 154.11 . g s. aidde
muinti gaiscid dó his instructor in feats of arms, Cóir An. 211.
oide muinte, sgolmhaighisdir, Eg. Gl. 498. PBocht 35 § 36.
buime mhúinte mheic an rígh, Ir. Monthly 1930, 470.28 . co
tucc in maigistir slat a muinti di `gave her the rod of his instruc-
80tion
' (= owned himself outstripped by his pupil), ZCP vi
24.11 . Cf. slaidi muinte Cairpri immun ṁBoin[n] sanchan
C. [Lifechair's ] authority on each side of the B. (?), Rawl. 133a55 .
fear mo mhúnta my instructor, IGT Dec. ex. 1285. ben dob
ferr delbh ┐ denum, modh ┐ munud education , RC x 187.16 .
85 Showing, pointing out: gurab écen mér dot munad ind airecd
may a finger be needed to point thee out in the assembly (= may
you be unknown, inconspicuous), Fél. 96.15 , cf. gurab eiccin
meur fair inn-aireacht dia munadh, BNnÉ 305.8 . do múnud
eóluis dar muncind mara to guide, CRR 8. do mhúnadh na
slígheadh dhóibh, Exod. xiii 21. Exceptionally learning:
5 foric [M.] in n-écsine oc m. ¤ a aicciuchta `learning his lesson',
Im. Brain i 52.18 ( LU 11002 ).