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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 ).

múnaid v ā, (mún) makes water, pisses: pret. gearran . . . da
mhun a haithli a eire staled , Met. Dinds. iii 560.14 . an té
mhúnus a n-aghaidh an bhalla, 1 Kings xiv 10. cond. do
10 mhúnfadh , 1 Sam. xxv 22. vn. mún mingere, O'Don. Gram.
198. Cf. múnigid.

munbrec? n m. láith, RC xxvi 34 § 167 (muin bric laith, muin-
preclait v.l.); glossed .i. latir grega i n-imriadaiter, LL 188a40 ,
i.e. a place in which horses are exercised?
15See also 1 muin, compds.

munchobrach xsee muinchorach.

múnigid v g. (mún) makes water, pisses: múnigim, gl. mingo, Sg.
174a2 .

munodar xsee munta.

20 ? munol: n ma mrogaidh cach oen n-iarum dia m. ¤ sceo muine,
O'Dav. 1231.

munta? ind m. ¤ .i. Munodhar da ngoirthí mac échta .i. laoch
oirdeairc an mac echt sin da ngoirthi munodhar, O'Cl.

múnta adj io, iā. part. of múinid q.v.

25 muntar xsee muinter.

1 múr n o, m., (Lat. murus) orig. neut.? cf. n s. múr n-álainn,
Sitzungsb. der Preuss. Adad. v 92 § 10 (quoted below). n du.
da mur de[e]c, SR 397. a p. múru, 8048 . múra, 8078 . g p. inna
múr , Ml. 118d20 . n p. múrtha occurs in late MSS.
30(a) a wall or rampart , generally one constructed of earth or
stone surrounding a building, fort or town. mur, gl. murus,
Ir. Gl. 476. mur do chria[i]d, SR 395. mur .i. mō a úr .i. a
talam (i.e. an earthen wall), Corm. Y 910. no chlaided na
muru, FB 70. sé troigthe i n-airdi na clasach ┐ i n-airde in
35muir as a cind (of the dyke thrown up by digging a trench),
Laws iv 76.10 Comm. dún . . . ┐ m. ¤ gel ard im sodain, RC ix
476.3 ( LU 1700 ). for m. ¤ dron dúne Delga, Met. Dinds. iii 256.2 .
o mur Eamhna, ZCP viii 219 § 14. for mur Hierusalem (gl.
in muro), Ml. 33d21 . secht múir na cathrach, PH 8014. secht
40murtha daingne ina hurtimcill do ballaibh cloch `fortifications
of stone walls
', ZCP vi 284.12 . doradadh m. ¤ tar grian an
bhaile lá Gearaltachaibh `the Geraldines levelled the wall of the
town
', FM v 1722.12 , where we should perh. read: an baile,
and take m. ¤ tar g. as an adverbial phrase (possibly in sense
45 3 múr) = the town was demolished.
By extension of an embankment of earth and stones built
over burial-chambers (see Met. Dinds. iv 416 ad 103 ): múr
Tailten . . . in' rohadnacht ilar mban, Met. Dinds. iv 154.101 .
cnuicc for allmarchaib ánaib | ocus múir for mórphlágaib
50`walls built over the dead of great plagues', 152.100 ; quoted TSh.
5771. Cf. tri maic Echach . . . atáit it' múr (of burial rath
of Cruachan), LU 2820 = RC xvii 281.
(b) extensions of lit. meaning: maidid for Lagnib co turgab-
sat múr derg fri Ulto. ár ba geis do Ultaib dul dar m. ¤ ṅderg,
55 LL 115b39 ( RC viii 56.12 ); prob. a technical term, cf. ro
tocbaisit Fir Ol nEgmacht mur derg ind agaid Ulad, Ériu
viii 179.1 . Of heaps of slain: concichre C. cethri múru móra
de chollaib doene immon cath sechtair, TBC 5585. ro airgis
a ndún . . . tugais é fa mur tineadh `a wall of fire', Cog. 80.26 .
60Of water: mura na muir (leg. muire?) . . . batar dia ndeis is dia
cli (of Israelites passing through the Red Sea), RC xxxvii 347
§ 46 . tainic an lán mara 'na múraibh . . . gach taoibh, BNnÉ
209 § 63. Of confines of the sea: in muir . . . tēt dara muru
mōra, SR 8048. an muir . . . do dhul dara múruibh amach, RC
65 xxviii 312 § 7. Cf. is muir dar múru (of an overwhelming foe),
TBC 5277 ; 5558 (mura). ro soiset . . . co mara muru (i.e. as
far as the sea), ZCP xiii 14.22 . co mara mur, Anecd. ii 8.9 . in
fuicēb oc mara mūr | slicht mo dā glūn isin trācht? ZCP x
46.4 . mo brogad for mara mūr (i.e. on the ocean), 45.16 .
70 Loch Muinremair múir mellaig `of the pleasant wall' (i.e.
shore), Leb. Gab. i 100.5 = múr mellaig, LL 7a6 . ōs mūr
talman tinn, ZCP vi 271 § 3 , where m. ¤ seems used like druim
`ridge' = surface .
Fig. a protection, safeguard: m. ¤ trén . . . fri doíni, fri demnai
75(of a martyrology), Fél. Ep. 151. Mathae m. ¤ trén toídlech, ib.
Sept. 21 ; cf. Sept. 15 , Jan. 24. mūr n-ālainn ar ḟōir ēccrat (of
a chieftain), Sitzungsb. der Preuss. Akad. v 98 § 10. ba m. ¤
cach mire in mór-Dond `a fortress against frenzy', Met. Dinds.
iii 372.
80(c) transf. of place enclosed by a wall, dwelling, fort, keep,
etc., common in late poetry of a castle or mansion . ra béim
it' m. ¤ os gréin glain (of heaven), LL 145a51 . deoch mhilis an
mhúir neamhdha, PBocht 118 § 45. m. ¤ Muire, Ir. Monthly
1929, 212.23 . fer aen-cleithe cona mur `with his house', Laws
85 iv 350.14 . Ollamh Fódla . . . dorinne m. ¤ na n-ollmhan ` hall ',
Keat. ii 2063 (poem). múr d'ollamhnaibh innse Fáil leis do
tógbhadh, Content. xxx 13. i m. ¤ Mainisthrech Esa Ruaidh,
AU iii 326.22 . atbail [Ollamh Fódla] ina mhúr budhen i
Temhraigh, FM i 52.19 . an m. ¤ . . . | 'na gcluininn gáir chrot is
chliar (of a ruined mansion), Measgra Dánta 57.17 = KMMisc.
5 50.5 (early 17th cent.). ag biathadh truagh is tárnocht | it'
mhúr sriobhghlan, Maguires of F. 62.3 . i maigh nó i m. ¤ afield
or at home
TSh. 1175.
Compds. ¤ clad m. an earthen dyke or rampart: ni tarla
mūrchlad a mūir | dar dūil mar Dunchad the dyke of its
10(Ardmacha's) rampart never closed over a being like D., Bruchst.
i § 146 = ZCP iii 36.7 , FM ii 720.20 . ro gab P. . . . for métu-
gudh na murchlodh, TTr.² 1243. ¤ longport m.: co ṅder[n]sat
[na slóig] murlongporta mora dib imon cat[h]raig (i.e. en-
camped round the walls), LB 154a28 . ¤ mag: a mhúrmhagh
15Luighdheach castled (?) plain (of Ireland), Keat. Poems 1370.
With adj.: ? dos mūr-ālaind (of a great tree), ZCP v 22 § 7
(perh. fig. use). With vn.: dréimire . . . re múirlingeadh ar
neamh for scaling Heaven's wall, TSh. 10818.
See also 2 and 3 múr.