daibchín

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Forms: daibchíne

n daibchíne a little tub or vat . See dabach.

daibill

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n Fél. Gorm. May 8 . v. dóibell.

Daibíth

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Forms: mac- Daibith, .bb.

npr. m. BB 6 b 20 . mac- Daibith LL 337 g 5 . BB 6 b 20 . Abbreviated .bb. See Dauíth.

daic

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ind = do-icc (Degra-dúus 301.60): Ba chuta damsa ón ale bar Cuchullainn. Inund són ┐ daic dím CRR 44 ; 'ich bin im Stande' ZCP x 364 .

Dáic

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pn f. Dacia, the Dacians Rawl. 116 b 43 , 149 a 6 . —Cf. Dacia LL 135 b 14 ; 136 a . TTr. 1130 .

Dáich

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Forms: Dáich

pn pl. npr. m. sé Dáich LU 80 b 33 . See Daui.

daid

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pron = duit: fochen daid a Llugaid TBC 1042 Y; dait, ib. 1049 . 1055 . See do.

Daid

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gen. npr. m. Father of Corc: mac Cuirc meic Dhaíd meic Cuineda BB 218 e 47 .

daidbir

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Forms: daibir

i. From do- and adbar. Also phonetically written daibir, Acall. 3288 . Lib. Flav. 33 b 1 . 5 f.b. BB 382 b 17 .—There is no daidber with broad r as Atkinson (PH vocab.) supposed.

I n Poor, indigent, a poor person , opp. saidbir, sóinmech. Often joined to dochonáig, deireóil, dóinmech, etc. SR 7654 . Fél. Oct. 254. 6 . mad in céile bis d.¤ if it be the tenant that is indigent Laws ii 340. 1 . is fearr lium beith daibir deireoil dom deoin, Lib. Flav. 33 b 1 . 5 f.b. dóinmech cach d.¤ , Arch. iii 229. 26 . ba d.¤ dochonáigh é ar tús TF 70. 17 ; 72. 17 . SG 402. 6 . Fen. 272. 16 . etir ṡáidbir ┐ daidbir PH 4153 . a pl. saer na bochta ┐ na féchemain daidbre on chís PH 458 .

II adj Feeble . dóib nír bo d.¤ cech dál LL 136 b 50 . plur. fir nachdat daidbre (daidbri BB 382 b 17 ) im deibech LL 156 b 38 .

COMP. daidbre adj poorer : ciarbo daidbir anallana in teg sa gurab daidbre innossa SG 402. 26 . TFr. 72. 18 .

MOD. daidhbhir.

daidbre

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n ia, f. Poverty . Phonet. daibre ZCP vi 267 § 8 . Laws ii 314 . RC xxvi 38. 16 . LL. Ériu i 199.4 , v.l. In Mod.-Ir. superseded by daidbres. timgaire nd.¤ nó athchuir nd.¤ , Laws ii 338. 17 . do gréss folóis do doidbri (dhaibre B) ever endure thy poverty Ériu i 199. 4 . attach ṅd.¤ (ndaibri LL) ┐ díbi a refuge of poverty and stinginess RC xxvi 38. 16 . ragaid cách im - munigin a daidbri LL 188 b 38 . cen daidbri nduail, 216 a 6 ; ib. 8 . Derbáil ragnáthaig dil daidbri, 141 a 37 . co rís in saidhbri súilid (= suilig) íar ndaibri duilig domoin ZCP vi 264 § 8 ; vii 498.1-2 . biatach tói biathas daidbri, Bruss. 5100 . in almsa bec dobeir nech tria dúthracht is tria d.¤ YBL 326 a 43 . foran domattaid ┐ daidbre fil isin [f]laithius i filet PH 4234 . —PROV. eochair dograing daidbre ZCP vi 270. 23 .

daidbres

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Forms: daibres, daidhbhreas

n (O.Ir. daidbrius) u, m. Poverty . Also written daibres. Synon. dochma SG 48. 28 . doricfed a leas daidhbres furtacht dfagbáil, ib. 39. 1 . robhói daibhris ┐ terci bhídh co mór fria lind poverty and scarcity of food Cóir A. § 69 . drém can daidbris um chend cruidh, Hy Fiachr. 222. 1 . Ná bídh modhmhar a saidhbhris ná drochinntinech a [n]daidhbhris, Ériu v 128 , 5 ( ZCP x 364). g s. ic fulang bochta ┐ daidbriussa LB 256 a 83 . MOD. daidhbhreas.