1 dord

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 dord or dil.ie/18319

n o buzzing, humming, droning, intoning: dórd bech, SG 266.16 . canaid lon dron d.¤ , Four Songs 20 § 6 . Of a bull: ba do buadaib Duind Cualngne cran-d.¤ (= crann-d.¤?) dogníd cacha nóna, TBC 1538 . d.¤ daimh belling of a stag, Buile S. 34.16 . d.¤ na murduchann mermaids' chanting, RC xv 433 ( Dinds. § 42 ). cechnadar d.¤ n-amra do R. co rotuil súan, ib. d.¤ na samguba, xvi 31 . ag síobhra ar dhórd chéolchar be- witching with melodious murmurs, Hackett xxi 40 . dórd Fir tuinni, Acall. 450 . ba bind mo d.¤ dar dubráen, Im. Brain ii 290.4 . cid binn a d.¤ fri duana, ZCP i 455 . canais int oglach d.¤ dho cor cuir a suan, IT iii 197 § 52 . canaid a chéle fer-d.¤ dó; contuili friss, TBC² 1810 . gabhsatt in muinter forsin d.¤ cedna took up the same burden (of some kind of weird and dis- cordant noise produced by phantoms), RC xiii 6.18 . d.¤ Gaill iar ndērach a bārc the plaint of a foreign merchant when his vessels have been looted, Bruchst. i 41 § 5 ( FM 661 ). Boroma Laigen . . . roindte a tri cen dremna nd.¤ without angry murmurs (?), Lec. 607a47 . Esp. dord fiansa of a kind of chant or refrain practised by the Fiana (accompanied sometimes by sound produced by striking together the shafts of their spears), see Mann. and Cust. iii 377 , Duan. Finn iii 256 . [foglaim] duird fiansa do denamh, Acall. 881 . dochansam in d.¤ fiansa re crannuibh ar sleg, 760 . rochanad in d.¤ fiannachta, 6599 . attracht a d.¤ fiansa attruagh ar aird go mbáttur uile ag cáoi, RC xxiv 62 n. 2 . go ccuala . . . an tórd fiansa ba binne ceolaibh, TFrag. 46.2 . binne inā d.¤ fiansa, 3 C 12, 71.7 . ag éisteacht . . . re dórd siansach na Féinne, Oss. iii 258.24 . an faoidh doghnídh an d.¤ Fhiann, iv 4.4 . ? a druith na halla . . . a dord im dronda (to a person), IT iii 98 § 162 .

Compds: ¤brass: fri duanad d. detach, Lec. 35b16 . ¤mass: Mael Dúin d. `of the fine deep voice', Arch. Hib. ii 71 § 15 .