Dairiu

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npr. m. Son of Eochaid mac Maireda: cor baidead Eochaid ┐ a chland uile acht mad Dairiu ┐ Conaing, RDinds. RC xvi 152. 2 . Cf. 1 Dáirenn g s.

Dairiusa

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npr. f. D.¤ ┐ Sinech ┐ Criddai teora hingena Ernain LB 16 a . Dairiussa ingen Aernain BB 218 f 38 . Cf. Dairnisi ingen Ernin, ib. 244 d 6 .

Dair-mag

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s, loc. Durrow , vide s.v. dair.

†Dairmill

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npr. f. Fél. Oeng. 228. 5 , miswritten for Dairinill, q.v.

dairmitiu, dermitiu

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n n, f. Disrespect, contempt . Priv. di + airmitiu. dairmitiu .i. diairmitiu .i. nemairmitiu, H 2. 15. deirmide .i. diairmide .i. míonóir, O'Cl. g s. trí seithir dermiten tromdatu espatu utmaille (opp. `airmitiu' next line). d s. ar dairmitin ar dínsem LL 360. 12 m. d pl. bai clann Israhél fo doere fo deirmitneib SR 5310 .

dairmitnech, dermitnech

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adj io-iā. Irreverent , opp. airmitnech, ermitnech. mairg forsa mbía do thigernu demon díscir dairmitnech FA 30 . corusacaillersa in manach noibell ndermitnech ut, Aisl. MC 105. 9 .

Dairn

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g s. npr. m. Lec. 460 a 7 (from genelach na Fomórach).

daurnaisce

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n readiness, obedience . daurnaisce .i. aurlattu, ł greschæ, ł escas; unde dr: daurnaisce darlemain CIH ii 628.27 . durnaisci .i. grēscu nó escus nó urlato, ut diciturr: durnaisci dailemon, i.e. persistance or tirelessness or compliance, as is said ‘the tirelessness of a cupbearer', O’Mulc. § 326 .

Dairne

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Forms: Dáirne

n , npr. f. Díchuimne Díchruidne Dairne Dáríne BDD 62 . —Probably Dáirne.

dáirse

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n captivity, serfdom , v. dóirse.

Dairsidig

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Forms: Dairsidhigh

pn pl. Name of a Norman family settled in Ireland. Dairsidhigh, Keat. 5778 . FM A.D. 1472 . = D'Arcy .