Dalb

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npr. f. Dalb Garb (nom.), RDinds. 71 . Monchæ ┐ Dian ┐ Dalb, ib. 124 .

dalbba, dolbba

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adj (Ulster) rude, forward, impudent, bold . P. O'C. Dinneen. tagra go dalba a naghaidh aonailt creidiṁ go bhfios dhúinn to argue obstinately Donlevy 178. 6 . Cf. dalba, dalma, HSD.

Dalbach

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o,npr. m. Tig. 1059 . LL 351 c 65 . 388 b 44 (mac Dalbhaigh). BB 221 f 7 (D.¤ mac Branduib). 232 a 26 (mac Brónaig). 72 d 27 (mac Dalbaigh meic Gairmleadaigh). ZCP i 64. 9 .—Cf. Dolbach.

dalbad

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Forms: dalbad

n u, m. A lie, falsehood, guile . cen dalbad ṅdil SR 1835 . luidis Doe cen dalmud (v.l. dalbad) BB 369 b 43 —Cf. dalb.

dalbaide

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adj (Connaught) = dalba. See Dinneen, s.v. dalba .

Dalbaind

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g s. npr. m. Lec. 591 b 13 .

dalbdae

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io-iā.

I Adj. false, lying, full of guile . duine dalbda SR 4809 .

II Subst. sorcery : O'Cl. O'Br. See dolbda.

†dalbsaine

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x see 1 dalb.

dalbtha

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adj focherd ... airchur trén ségda sodalbtha (: comartha ) SR 6155 ; well-directed ZCP x 368 . See dolbaid.

dál-buidnech

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adj o-ā. Multitudinous . ó Boind co Comar nd.¤ Thri nUsci núar, Ériu iv 152. 26 .

dalcán

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n o,m. A purse ; a lump or fistful of hoarded money , P. O'C. Not sufficiently supported.