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malland n ā,f.,thetemporal artery?( O'R. , Stokes CCath. gloss. ):
m. ¤ .i. féit[h] bis tar mullach anuass, Corm. Y 856. m. ¤ .i. na
malach no fainne oldas in mala fein, 920 .fuaim cloichi re
cathbarr ┐ mell dar mallainn miledh, CCath. 6079.

5 malldacht n ā,f., (mall) slowness,tardiness: re mallacht cacha
muicthreoit` unwieldiness ', MR 100.19 .re bog-maldacht a
banchuire`mild bashfulness', 102.20 ;cf. mallachd,maltachd
` modesty ', O'R.

mallnam? ro batar ag mallnamh na conaire protracting,
10 delaying (?), ZCP xiv 254.12 ; avn.formation frommall?

mallrugud n m. retarding,retardation, technicalterminprosody
for one of the `scéith díten' or expedients to avoid faulty
metre, Auraic. 1991 ; it consisted either in (a) doubling a
medial vowel,e.g. feer,been,neem=fer,ben,nem, Auraic.
15 1794 , 1841 , 1859 , or (b) diaeresis,e.g. nech nobiäd bliadain
lāin;rabad glebán a níäb(heptasyl. lines), 5299 , 5301 . See also
5303 f.

málóid n f. awhip,scourge: m. ¤ don each, srian don assal, Prov.
xxvi 3.

20 malraid n f. coll.lads,gillies: rugsat sé eich déag ó mhalroigh
coimheada an Iarla bodyguard , Cín Lae Ó Mealláin 30.20
( Anal. Hib. 3 ).capaill fóna malraidh ,ib. 29.11 .Cf. Dinneen:
malrach (márlach)aboy ,malraidh youths .

malubra xseemacslabra.

25 1 mám n u,m., freq. writtenmaamin Glosses.mám, IGT
Dec. § 95, p. 127.24 . (a)ayoke: fon m. ¤ nuu, gl.sub iugo novo,
Ml. 2b11 . Generallyfig.:máam firinne . . . máam ind soscéli,
Wb. 18c6 .airde n-éelutha máma a sign of evading the (marriage-)
bond, 11c11 .is étrom . . . m. ¤ in Choimded, Ériu i 197 § 14. ar
30truma in císa ┐ in mama Romanaig, Todd Nenn. 72.14 . Esp.
in phrase:fo m. ¤ under the yoke(of),subject(to): fo maam(gl.
subiecti), Ml. 103d20 .inna ní nu bitis fo maam inna rig(gl.
subditorum), 85d7 . 27d7 .fo m. ¤ pectho, Wb. 3c38 .fri orddugud
caich fo m. ¤ , SR 4545. fo dóermam, 1776 .fót m. ¤ midedar de
35ilṡluagaib . . . fot chommus tabairther, LU 5476 = TBC² 998 ;
cf. mochean Cuind comarba . . . bid fo [leg.foa?] mam medethar
d'ilsluagaib, YBL 181a5 ( SG 254.25 ).d'argain na crích . . .
rabátar fo m. ¤ Priaim, LL 242a30 = TTr.ro tairberead Persa
fó mam daíre, Alex. 366. is fo mam ata cach urlabra . . . do
40fir in berla bāin, Laws i 18.9 .fo m. ¤ tomais in full measure:
gach olc doronsat tarras orro fo mam [sic leg.] tomais all the
evil they had done was avenged on them in full measure
, Cog.
116.4 .taris [leg.tarrus] forrtho son in [leg.'sin] cath sin fo
mam tomais, 36.16 .mam .i. cubus [= commus?]ut estfo
45mam an[a]mcharut, O'Dav. 1277. mam .i. cumas no cumhach-
ta, O'Cl.
(b) an obligationand by extension aservice,duty,function;
for transition of meaningcf. Laws v 516.28 :ci asingba in ben
as a mamaib though . . . fail in her duty(cf. Wb. 11c11 quoted
50above), and iv 50.24 :in tan geibius in rig ina mama so`when
the king gets these submissions
' (i.e.hostages and payment of
rent and fines). Freq. in Laws (text):aire eisindraic nad oiget
a mamu who do not fulfil their duties, i 54.9 .cach moga a mam
. . . cach memur ina mamaib coirib, v 36.5 .mac . . . bis a
55mamaib gaire dia athair(i.e.who is bound to support his
father), 364.17 .in mam sin ro gabais-siu . . . gētair orut the
office you have undertaken
(to a king), Arch. iii 315.3 .dia mbo
epscop . . . geib do mamb do leir, 313.2 .foratha áiritiu
oighedh do cach ina moam`a guest's maintenance is due to
60every one according to his function
', O'Dav. 68. Hence O'Dav.
1243 :mam .i. tochusut esta tesbann dia mamaibh tesbann
dia lóg enech(i.e.any shortcoming in one's duties involves a
corresponding diminution of honour-price; the definition is a
false inference).Cf.further:aenfear i mam deise ┐ dias i mam
65aenfir`when one man is legally considered as two' (lit.one man
in the function of two
), Laws iii 140.26 . Hence the expression
fer máma mod(wheremámaandmodare respectivelyg s.and
g p.)asubstitute, alocum-tenens , Laws i 130.6 Comm. , iii 472.6 ,
538.9 ; in v 120.24 we should perhaps read:do cach mama
70mod [d'] eclais.
The follg. obscure ex. may representg p.:o Adam co Abrām
n-án | co ngradaib glanmāmcomlán | tri mili . . . cethri
bliad[na] is noi fichit, SR 2302.

2 mám n o,m., later alsof.(g s. lánmáime O'R. ;n p. máim,
75 mámanna).Afistful (`as much as can be taken up between
the two palms of the hands
', O'Don. Laws iv 99 n .):m. ¤
mónannán, IGT Dec. ex. 926. atnaig C. mam don grān,
Lism. L. 4323. cuinc[h]is m. ¤ ar Día fair . . . dobir dó m. ¤ mór
assin teig, BColm. 60.2 , 3 .tugas M. m. ¤ óir ┐ airgid dó, ITS
80 i 34.31 .fig. an mhám ilchialluidh le ar hoirneadh é the measure
of varied wisdom
, Ó Bruad. ii 104. pl. ceithrimaim , Laws iv
98.19 .trí mámanna do úraibh, Met. Dinds. iv 276. a thrí
mhám,ib.

3 mám n(orig. same word as1 mám?)ahilloreminence; a
85 mountain gaporpass .mam .i. tulach nosliabh, O'Cl. inglacaib
in glennai ┐ i mmamannaip na tulach, CCath. 3076 ,cf. 4343
(the form seems due to confusion with2 mám; perh. a deli-
berate play on words, suggested by `glac'). Inn.l.:mám an
ghair; m. ¤ da glas, Hog. Onom. (both of passes);cf.mod.
Mám(anglice Maam) in Co. Galway, andMám Treasna.Glenn
5Mámma, Hog. Onom. ;co Glend Mama, Cog. 110.9 . Compd.:
mamtulc[h]a Sleibi Ois` hill-passes ', CCath. 4764.