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3 mám n(orig. same word as 1 mám?) a hill or eminence; a
85 mountain gap or pass . mam .i. tulach nosliabh, O'Cl. inglacaib
in glennai ┐ i mmamannaip na tulach, CCath. 3076 , cf. 4343
(the form seems due to confusion with 2 mám; perh. a deli-
berate play on words, suggested by `glac'). In n.l.: mám an
ghair; m. ¤ da glas, Hog. Onom. (both of passes); cf. mod.
Mám (anglice Maam) in Co. Galway, and Mám Treasna. Glenn
5Mámma, Hog. Onom. ; co Glend Mama, Cog. 110.9 . Compd.:
mamtulc[h]a Sleibi Ois ` hill-passes ', CCath. 4764.

4 mám n a breast, a pap: mamm .i. cíogh no ciach, O'Cl.
mám (mama) O'R. , Dinneen . See mama.

mama n(Lat. mamma) a breast, pap: a m. ¤ gan mhéid is é gan
10bhleachtughadh d'fhior, Keat. Poems 69. a mama geala
(n p.), 90 . do dhá bhaothmhama, Hackett xxx 45.

mámaigthetu n d, m., (1 mám) subjection, slavery: huan doír-
mamaigthetaid (gl. squalore), Ml. 88b1 .

? mamchar (mám-?) n g p. glere læch leitmeach mamchar
15laimhtinach, Aen. 2827 ; leg. lámchar (see lámchaire)?

mámud n m. subjection? biathadh a mamudh nach eile `on the
authority of another
', Laws ii 26.18 Comm. ; leg. mámugud?
but cf. falnath Nia Nuadu Necht nind mamtha nath (g s.?),
LL 190b59 (rhet.).

20 mámugad n m. vn. of *mámaigid (< 1 mám). The act of yoking,
hence subjugating; subjection, obedience . sund Ferchessi
fossugud | i nEs Mage mamugud here is the halting-place (i.e.
grave) of Ferches, [the place of his ] subduing (i.e. death) in
Ess M.
, Fianaig. 38.20 .
25In Laws Comm. written moamugad, used to explain the
word mám and equated with greim: nad oiget a mamu . . .
.i. . . . na comoigenn a moamughadh no a greim dligidh, Laws i
54.24 . isin moamugud no isin ghreim chrabaidh (of eccle-
siastics), iii 26.20 ; 36.24 ; iv 50.29 . momamughadh, i 106.30 .
30 momamu, v 314.3 .

mámus n(1 mám) subjection , in phrase: fó m. ¤ (do or gen.) in
subjection to, under the authority of . is fó mammus atát na hí
seo .i. do fir in Berlai buain, RC iv 165.14 ( LU 9791 ), cf. Laws
i 18.9 (fo mam). ro boi sochaide fom m. ¤ , PH 1139. fo mhamus
35do Magnus Cam, Marco P. § 46. cathair . . . fo m. ¤ Poimp,
CCath. 467.2275 . fo mamus Gall, Cog. 72.16 . do thocht fo
mhamus Uí Domhnaill, FM vi 2014.20 . iar ttairbert chaich
. . . fo a mamus, Leb. Gab. i 236.

man n ā, f., (Lat. manus?) a hand (in B. na f.): m. ¤ a manu , Corm.
40Y 866. m. ¤ lámh, 912 . m. ¤ .i. lamh: mane a re[i]mm (i.e. its
genitive is `mane'), 956 . Cf. also: m. ¤ moaigthe dagdaine (of
St. Senan: a hand that makes great i.e. fosters the good?), ZCP
iii 223 § 3 (glossed .i. matan metaigthe na ṅdagdaine).

mán? ind in biadh m. ¤ docht gach duine, SG 28.41 . tri coicait cét
45n-anart n-imdha co ndath n-adarc mirrda m. ¤ , LL 296a23 =
SG 362.14 .

1 mana n m. (treated as neut. TBC 723 , see below). (a) an omen,
portent; a sign, indication (generally of something future, but
also of someth. actually happening or past). gach geiss, ┐
50gach sén, ┐ gach sreódh, ┐ gotha ēn, ┐ gach m. ¤ , Todd Nenn.
124.11 . na hadhair do ghothaibh gerg . . . na creid m. ¤ bis ag
mnai, ZCP vii 303 § 14. donal con re tech aniar . . . is m. ¤
sluaig a tir teinn howling of hound to westward of a house is
omen of a force [coming ] out of a hurtful land
, ZCP xiii 7.19 .
55 fail ar da mbeind m. ¤ n-áig | cend Frǽch ┐ cend Fochnáim
(= a sign that slaughter has been wrought), TBC 723. m. ¤
morgliad, 5764 . fa himda brainéun . . . m. ¤ crimb chnáma
a foretoken of bones to be picked, Anecd. i 31 § 50. cia forsata
in m. ¤ cró iarsin gleo? (= who is foredoomed to slaughter?), LL
60 265a23 = MU 22.20 . m. ¤ éca damsa an omen of death to me,
ZCP iii 218.2 . d'Ultaib . . . ropo clé m. ¤ in marcṡluag a sinister
omen
, Met. Dinds. iv 128. a ēnín . . lēir dam ar clū do m. ¤ |
nārsad cara do C[h]ellach [it was ] clear to me on sound [lit.
fame ] of thy prognostigation that thou wast no friend to C.,
65 Med. & Mod. Ir. Ser. iv 446 = for clu do mh. ¤ , LB 274b 10 =
SG 56.35 (forcla do m. ¤ ). ní bad m. ¤ édala no prospect of booty,
Celt. Rev. i 310.12 . tainic m. ¤ ina edan . . . ┐ tádhbás dó
mac . . . do bheith isin moireccen a warning sign (i.e. pre-
vision) appeared to him
; Misc. Hag. Hib. 115.12 . m. ¤ teasda
70dhóibh a portent of fame for them, TD 25.22 .
(b) cause, occasion: mad m. ¤ imna (.i. mad ail leis ni do
timna) if it is a matter for a bequest, Laws iii 50.26 . as m. ¤ dér
an scél garbh, FM 890 = Bruchst. i § 115 . TFerbe 606 . gan
a marthain sunn . . . m. ¤ bróin that they are not here alive is
75cause of sorrow
, ITS v 58.22 . m. ¤ duirn tar smech `a reason for
a blow across a chin
', Buile S. 62.3 . budh m. ¤ fhochuitbhidh
dhuit do thoisc a nAlbain you would be laughed at if you went
to Scotland
, Oss. v 118.24 . is m. ¤ mórchumha bheith ag macht-
nughadh, etc., TSh. 6600. is é . . . is teo do charas, | ní dá
80bhuala[dh] suas nár manadh a thing that did not cause him
anger
, Ó Bruad. ii 250 § 24.

2 Mana pn n, f. Manann (g s. -ann, d s. -ainn), IGT Dec. § 129. The
Isle of Man , called by the Romans Lat. Mona ( Caesar B. Gall. 5.13 ),
a name also given to the isle of Anglesey . ?Maccuill di Mane,
85 Ardm. 6b1 = Trip. 289.12 , Thes. ii 260.35 (seems = insula
Euonia, ib. 30 ). ? oc Mana os muir mend, LL 11b3 (poem by
Flann Mainistrech), quoted Keat. i p. 214 , Leb. Gab. 182.
Manand insula , Corm. Y 896 = inis Manann (Manand), ib.
cath Manand, AU 986. inganta Manann, Todd Nenn. 118. co
riacht Manainn, Trip. 222.14 . bellum nauale oc Manainn,
5 AU 913. a Manaind, TFerbe 168 . is leis glanta Manand ┐ . . .
iarna éc dolléicset Gaedil Manaind, LL 330c4 . d'argain oiléin
mhara . . . da ngairthear Manainn, Keat. ii 3441. tar muir
Manann (the Irish Sea), 5755 . There was also a place in
Scotland called Mana: g s. bellum Manond , AU 581. Manand,
10 582 . Manonn, 710 . cath Manann, RC xvii 154 (Tig.). ? d s.
in Mano , AU 681. See AU i 69 n. 8 and Stokes, Ling. Val. Ir.
Ann. 104.