Dá-, Da-

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in n npr. (pretonic form of 2 día, Early Ir. Hist. & Myth. 128-29 )—Cf. Dachaech, Dacherdda, Dachoca, Dareo. — By the Irish themselves regarded as synonymous with `ua,' by which it is frequently replaced (e.g. LU 99 a 12 . LL 189 b 1 f.b.). Also associated with the numeral: mac dathó (.i. balb a oiti ┐ a buime), LL Facs. 378 a 24 . dá mac Datho in sin. buidir amlabair a mmathair ┐ a n-athair, LL ii 13354 .

Daaithem

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o, npr. m. Son of Cass: mac Daaithiṁ mic Cais BB 219 b 5 . See Daithem.

daas

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v rel., from tá, ails, troubles, makes angry . ACT. issed daas in cend RC viii 62. 9 . issed inso daas, Trip. 240. 16 . cid dás in rígan duind? what ails the queen at us? LB 229 a 16 . Rel. with no: ní nach cin aile notáid dom it is not any other fault that ails you at me Wb 19 d 26 . cid notái LU 66 a 3 . Without no: cid atái dóibsin beus LL 63 a 6 . ced tái dano dóib innossa LU 59 b 11 . cid taisiu don mac LL 14 a 25 . cid taisiu di, ib. 65 a 40 . roḟiafraidh créd dorinne sí assa rabhus di marsin, Sechrán 82 . cid dái, a ben? RC xiii 377 . PASS. cid dathar sund? what is the trouble here? Imr. Br. 47 , 21 . ished dathar dom, Wb 21 c 9 . ished dathar dún, ib. 28 d 4 . cidh ón ar siat cret fa tathar duinn, Ériu v 152 (l. 109) . pret. ba dochu lem són ished rombod dóib, Wb 5 b 31 . ished inso romboth dossom, ib. 19 a 9 . ished romboth dom, 23 a 24 . Cf. Pedersen KZ xxxv 391 . Thurn. Handb. 300 , 429 .

dabach

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Forms: dabcha, daibche

n ā, f. g s. dabcha and daibche; dabcha LU 23 a 35 (v.l. daibche YBL). Betha Colm. 72. 6 . Fen. 190.18 . Ir. Gl. 158 . daibche: Laws i 166. 22 . RC xxxii 57. 7 . Acall. 811 . MR 130. 2 . Misc. Celt. Soc. 54. 14 . But in plural always broad cons. group. a s. daibche RC xxxii 57. 6 (modelled on the ī-stems), cf. mod. daibche as n s. —By native grammarians explained as dé-oach `having two ears': d.¤ .i. déhoach .i. dí oe furri ar ní betis hoe for énaib hi tús, Corm. 15 .

I A large tub or vat with two handles (for ale, wine, mead, curds, oil, water, or washing): a nól meda .i. in dabach, Thes. ii 347. 34 . According to Ériu iv 134. 16 sq. the dabach was the largest vessel, the next in size being the ian (cf. Laws i 170. 4 , where a dabach is said to be bigger than an ian), then the drolmach, mude, cilarn, milan and metar. A rude sketch of a dabach is to be found LL 29 . —Made of oak : crandlestra .i. iana ┐ dromlacha ┐ dabcha darach, Laws v 94. 9 . a dabach dond dairech ZCP iii 39. 3 ; of yew : dabach dergibair LL 51 a 21 . ZCP viii 108. 15 . Acall. 3790 . The epithet derg, RC xv 303 , points to a dabach dergibair; d.¤ dondibair LL 51 a 1 ; of crystal : d.¤ deghdénṁach do gloine ghuirm, Ériu iii 156 § 10 . Acall. 783 ; of silver : d.¤ aircid co circlaib órda MS. Mat. 619. 7 . Held together by hoops : is gnáth fonnsa dá dhlúthchur uim dhaibhich, Ó'Bruad. viii 4 ( ITS xi 72 ).—Intended for liquids: ón dabaig ola, Fél. Oeng. 128. 42 . cétchorn gacha dabcha (levied as a tax), Fen. 190 . dá dabaigh décc do lionn maith ZCP viii 116. 1 ; for ale : luid ... issin dabaigh chormma SG 82. 5 ; for mead : assin dabaig medha, Acall. 7399 ; for cold water : i ndabaich nuaruisci TBC 722 Y. tucad uisce isna dabchaib, Thes. ii 347. 38 ; for eggs : lán secht ndabach ndron duigib géd MR 124. 23 . Intended for washing : d.¤ ḟothraicthe a washing tub, Fél. Oeng.¹ 170. 3 (i ndabaig fothraice). Raghnailt...do éc i ndabaigh ḟothraicthi ALC i 408. 7 . SG 73. 35 .—Prov. ní ba caindel fo dabaich dogén dím, Trip. 52. 23 . urchair an daill ma ndabhaich, Rel. Celt. i 155 . ib. ii 324. 26 .

II Metaph. a hollow, pit, pool : le hallglór an essa ag siledh san dabhaigh diansrothaigh, Anecd. iii 5 .

III A measure of land, a portion of land . In this sense only Scotch. dá dabég Uachtair Rósábard , Goid. 109. 14 . ar chuit cethri dabach do ní thíssad ar ardmandaidib alban, ib. 111. 6 (both from Book of Deir). Cf. Macdon. p. 305 .

LOC. D.¤ Féichín FM iii 23 n. Gort na Daibche, Misc. Celt. Soc. 54. 14 . Cluain Dabcha, Hogan Onom. Cúl Dabhach, ib.

DIMIN. dabchíne: etir dabaich ┐ dabchine LU 123 a 2 . daibchín, Seanchaint p. 78 .

MOD. dabhach, g s. daibhche and dabhcha, n p. dabhacha. Finck ii 62 . Quiggin § 40 . §143 .—Dinn. also gives n s. daibche.

Dabaill

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pn g s. céle Dabhaill TFr. 226. 2 . Name of abbot of Bangor († 928), ZCP x 362 .

daball, doball

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n o. The name of a lake . maidm Dabaill i nAirgiallaib LL 17 a 18 . A river name, the river Blackwater, Hogan Onomast. ALC i 108, n. 5 . for Dabaill AU i 472. 13 . de Dhabull, ib. 476. 21 . do bádhudh i nDaball, ib. ii 98 . 6. ic Dabull LL 129 b 34 . 131 a 32 . do druing Dobuill LL 181 a 4 . Inis itir dá Dabul AU i 206. 4 .

dabar

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Forms: dobur

n o. The name of a well (Contrib.). cachaen imthéchus fonn na Cruaiche ┐ ibhas uisci in dabair, Acall. 7778 . Probably = dobur.

Dabas

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o, npr. m. : mac Dabais mic Guaire BB 76 b 29 .

dabchach

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adj o-ā. Vat-like ; metaph. stout : sluag d.¤ Diarmuta IT iii 68. 16 = MacCarthy 122. 15 , 22 . Comp. damdabach BDD 127 , applied metaphorically to fat, rotund men (ité damdabcha balcremra), and dabach, used in Scotch Gaelic of a huge woman.

Dabeóc

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npr. m. gen. id. Son of Luan : Dabeoc mac Luain BB 231 b 48 ; of Lunan : Dabeoog mac Lunáin, 220 c 16 . Tech Dabeoc (n. loci) SG 236. 27 . = Dobeoc.

Dabilla

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pn the name of Boand's dog. D.¤ ainm meschon mná Nechtain LL 144 a 42 . ib. 191 a 49 . Cnoc Dabilla, Met. Dinds. i 38.11 .