daillbrechtaid

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ind : ní daillbhrechtaidh nach neimhthes doghbhaidh Ériu xiii 17.10 , JCS ii 110 .

daille

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n , f. (Total) blindness Stud. Hib. xix 29 . buidir ┐ daill durscartad co fis a ndaille ┐ a mbuidre, Laws v 156. 31 . amail soersai Tóbe de thróge na daille, Fél. Oct. Ep. 512 . rí rosaer Tóba derb de : diambai i tróga na daille SR 7390 . doichle daille, Arch. iii 294. 12 . LL 145 a 25 . nosícc G. don d.¤ PH 1354 . fora tardussa d.¤ , ib. 3823 . i ndailli blind Rawl. 34 d 23 . d.¤ menman, ib. 39 b ( = ZCP iii 25. 19 ). ni rofuirme daille n-ilernaige dam LB 241 a . d.¤ mo ṡúile, ib. gach galar...claiṁi ┐ luibri malle doille buidri bacaige ZCP v 25 § 9 ; cf. i 66 § 125 . deille na caoiche, Cúirt 603 . Of dullness of senses in general: gan doille ara chroide, na ara cedfadhaibh 'with heart and senses unblunted ' BNnÉ i 122.37 . Of blinding darkness (of hell): glend na daille, LB 256 b , ZCP x 365 . —METAPH. obscurity. deccla a dhul i ndaille ni sa ṁó for fear it should become more obscure ALC i 6 n. —MOD. daille.

Daille

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, npr. f. Dalle ZCP viii 331 .

Daillén

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o,npr. m. mac Daillein meic Enda meic Loegaire BB 88 c 19 ; 217 b 22 .

Dailléne

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io, npr. m. = Daillén (mac Enda) BB 87 a 28 , f 22 ; 217 c 12 . = Daillíne mac Ennae, Rawl. 89 f 31 .

Daillín

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Forms: Daillén

o,npr. m. = Daillén (mac Enda) BB 217 b 15 .

Daillíne

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Forms: Daillén, Daillene

io, npr. m. = Daillén (mac Enda) BB 225 b 21 .—mac Daillíni meic Libir, Rawl. 89 c 48 . mac Daillini meic Ennae, ib. 91 c 23 , 35 ; 89 f 39 (Dallini 144 a 37 ; 145 a 41 ) = Daillene 89 f 31 .

dáiltech

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n o,m. : dáilteach deabhtha dispenser of conten- tion D. O'Bruad. xiv 14 , ZCP x 365 .

dailtín

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n o,m. dimin. of daltae, q.v. pl. dailtínidhe, 23 G 24 410 . daltini 'Scurræ, velites, seu servi a pedibus Hibernis' Du Cange . dailtín bruighneach beaduighe, Butler Poems 2355 . dailtín 'a mean fellow, a fop, a coxcomb, an impertinent young man' Dinn .

dailus

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n = delas, q.v.

daim

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n in the phrase dia daim .i. dia deoin (scribal misinterpretation of dia daim 'to his house' Celtica i 334) : daimh .i. déoin … dia daimh .i. dia dhéoin O'Cl . Cf. P. O'C. , dáimh .i. dheoin assent, consent , daimid. free will. dom dáimh with my assent.—Cf. daimech,