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85 1 mann (mand) n[ā,f.?] an ounce (of metal), an ingot? mand .i.
uinggi unde dixit Fachtna mac Sencha: secht manda oir
forloiscthi, Corm. Y 877 = mánd . . . manna, Corm. p. 29.
mand .i. geal .i. uinge brúinnte, ib. mann .i. uingi, O'Dav.
1224. Lec. Gl. 450. O'Cl. mand (mann v.l.) senainm na
hunga, For. Foc. 58.

5 2 mann n ā, f., (< Lat. manna) Mid.Ir. mainn.
(a) manna: n s. in mann , Wb. 16c25 . d s. ar in mainn , gl.
mannae, Ml. 124d1 , cf. 97d10 . g s. inna mmaine , 98a6 . m. ¤ .i.
cibus celestis , O'Dav. 1234. manna .i. in maind, LU 979.
mainn, gl. manna, Ir. Gl. 299. hi prím doratad in mand | do
10maccu Israel tall, LB 247b48 ( KMMisc. 158 ). rodo-sās don
maind blaith, SR 4065 , cf. 4303 , 4337 . tuccad in máind do
nim, PH 1714. in sássad nemda . . . .i. in maind taitnemach,
Ériu ii 198.13 . Transf. of consecrated wafer: cech firian ro
chaith . . . an mhain[n], RC xxxvii 348 § 53.
15(b) in wider sense of food, sustenance: marclach cruid-
nechtæ . . . din maind ro senaig do nim isin disiurt uas Druim,
Trip. 240.13 (`a horseload of wheat that had dropt like manna'
Stokes; = ad instar mannae Colgan). — Hence prob. O'Dav.
1234 : m. ¤ .i. cruithnecht, folld. by O'Cl. m. ¤ gach biadh
20bunaidh, Met. Gl. 23 § 9. m .i. biadh, O'Cl. In Laws Comm.
in formula: cen mann (mand) cen biad, Laws i 270.28 , 30 ; 288.15 ;
296.12 . cen maind, v 464.21 (in all cases of fodder for cattle).
(c) hence generally sustenance; abundance, blessing: a `god-
send ', often folld. by defining gen. and glossed by imbed. m. ¤
25.i. imat . . . mand eisc . . . .i. imat eisc, O'Dav. 1233 , cf. 1234 ,
1270 . bratan cacha ardmand .i. bradan ass gach imat bis ann,
Eg. 88, fo. 2va ( O'C. 2144 ). ni mór m. ¤ na bliadna so, H. 3.18
394 marg. inf. (quoted ZCP xiii 144 ). manna mārmesa mār-
feda `süsse Manna des grossen Waldes', ZCP xi 92 § 17
30(= O'Dav. 1234 ). buaid cuirmthige . . . co mannaib moraib
midchuartae, 93 § 28 . Fig.: ba gaire gúr cach clainne | ba
múr mainne Moninne, LL 371c24 . Samthann fri soillsi sain-
mann, 365 marg. sup. = ZCP xiii 144 , transld. `mit herrlicher
Lichtfülle
', but sainm. ¤ seems to be in apposition to Samthann;
35perhaps a special manna (gift, aid) for enlightenment; cf. cain
glanmann Dé dúilig | Samthann Clúana Brónaig, Fél. Dec. 19
(quoted O'Dav. 1234 ).

manna n m. late substitute for Old and Mid.Ir. mann, manna .
[is] m. ¤ é, Exod. xvi 15. ag íthe m. ¤ , ib. 35 . Heb. ix 4. gach
40bhlas ba mhian . . . ar an m. ¤ , Keat. Poems 1234.

Mano n.l. see Mana.

manóir n f. (a doublet of mainér < Med. Lat. manerium, perhaps
taken from Eng. manor) a mansion, abiding-place: buaid eli ar
Toraig . . . nem d'ḟaghail . . . da toghfa innti a manoir (: glóir)
45 for whosoever will choose his abiding-place (grave) in it, ZCP x
342 § 9.

mant n o, m., (Cymric loan-word, cf. W. mant `mandible, mouth',
ZCP xiv 318 ) the gums, jaw: m. ¤ .i. mō a saint bīd, Corm. Y 897.
O'Cl. ro dréstanaigset na hIúdaide a máint ┐ a fhiacla, PH
50 2771. tug buille . . . dar sin a mhant dhó, TFrag. 146. níor
thaobhtha le faobhar mo mhainnt better not trust my bite,
Hackett i 8. Fig. do ghluais . . . a m. ¤ mhara made for the open
sea
, Ériu v 186.407 . Applied to persons: Muiredach m. ¤ capaill
croin, IT iii 81 § 57 ( Bruchst. i § 65 ). m. ¤ in mearbaill, 100 §
55172 . m. ¤ na mulchán (a nickname), ALC i 232.15 . In Mod.Ir.
a gap in the teeth ; hence fig.: dá luadhainn lorg a bhfola níor
fhionnamair mannt I found no defect, Ó Bruad. ii 94.

mantach adj o, ā. (mant) gap-toothed, toothless: Fergus Folcthech
.i. Fergus m. ¤ ; nó srénḟíaclach [sronfiaclach BB] ro boí ` tooth-
60less ', Cóir Anm. 161. Seaan Manntach `the Toothless ', AU iii
326.4 .

manuail n f. (Lat. manualis) lit. `a hand-book'; a writing-tablet
(? codex): boí m. ¤ ordha lais dia breith dia scriobhadh, BNnÉ
328 § 56 (= habebat pugillarem, V.SS.Hib. ii 251.29 ). an
65manúal, ib. § 57. an manabail . . . for cend na manabaile, § 58.

manuc n m. a dim. form of manach, KMeyer Wortk. 33 = a
little monk . dia mad mé douéradh fuiriocc, | robadh méth
cech m. ¤ , ZCP vii 268 § 4 (: caratt).

1 maoi pron(a) late form of muí, gen. of q.v.
70(b) in Bérla na f. used for mé (nom.): is fur (.i. olc) m. ¤ , ZCP
v 485 § 2.

2 maoi g s. adj.? tar tonngar mara romaoi, Lism. L. 3578
(:saoi). Stokes suggests maodh ` moist, wet ', O'R.

maoidhidh v boasts and derivv., see moíd-.

75 maoilenn n ā, f., (mael) máoileann, IGT Dec. § 12 (p. 62.10) .
Late Mid. and Mod.Ir. A swelling or convex surface ; ro linge-
stair do maoilind talman, TBC 3890 St. (= do mhaol, Eg.);
3914 St. (= do chomhthrom, Eg.). tar maoilinn machaire,
p. 491, n. 5 = dar muni m. ¤ , LL. ar faicht[h]e do maoilend
80réidh . . . a Dhúin! Arch. iii 305 § 3. ar mhaoilinn mhara, IGT
Dec. ex. 1407. The rounded summit of a hill and by extension
a hillock, eminence: mar shíoth gaoithe ar mhaoilinn cnoic,
Oss. iv 40. ceó dubh . . . ar gach maoilinn, Hackett xxxix 76.
a Éire na maoilinn mbán, Keat. Poems 549. maoilinne sídhe
85 fairy knolls, TD 40.6 .

maoith, -e xsee maeth and maeith.