1 Dall

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o,npr. m. Dall mac Áeda Sláine BB 79 b 22 . D.¤ mac Echach, 187 b 46 . mac Eogain Aidne, 108 a 13 . mac Fumius, 104 e 13 . g s. mac Daill meic Tetuirne, 191 b 16 . máthair Doill, 87 e 10 . mac Dall (sic), Rawl. 94 c 49 . quies Aedach maic Daill AU 607 . = Gaul. DALLOS (SIMILI DALLI CIL vii 693 ).

2 Dall

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pn the name of a mound at Tara, east of Duma na mban : atat da dhuṁæ frisin cubat atuaidh .i. Dall ┐ Dorchæ .i. Dall teas ┐ Dorchæ tiar, RDinds. 1 § 23 . LL 30 b 48 .—Cf. dall IV.

3 Dall

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pn o & ā. The name of a river south of Drobais: dar Loch Febail dar Es Ruaid dar Duib dar Drobaís dar Dall (: Senchorand) LL 151 a 10 . dar Duib...┐ dar Daill, RDinds. 140 (Lec.). Cf. dall II.

dallad

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Forms: dallta

u, m. gen. dallta, vn. of dallaid. A (total) blinding: ba marb da dallad is dún LL 33 a 36 . AU ii 88 , 147 , 156 . TFr. 156. 1 . a bfir do dh.¤ nó do spochadh, Hy Fiach. 336. 9 . Diarmaid mac Neill...do dhalladh la Coinconnacht ua Raghallaigh, O'Don. Suppl. a ndighail dallta Ruaidhrí RC xviii 19 . Dúach dallta Deagaid, Cóir Anm. 29 . ITS v 190. 14 , 18 . dalladh a ṡúl gcorpardha, TSh. 255. 23 . ib. 9 .

METAPH. ní raib miscais foe ná format ná dallad ZCP vi 259. 19 . ar domun dom dallad ar mellad ó móinib, Laud 116. a chineadh Iudaighi atá sib a dalladh an doṁuin óna huile deallradh, LFl. ii 11 b 2 . 15 f.b. ní marsin diumar- craid na sprédi acht doní sí daíne do dhallad PH 7753 . an dalladh dobheir an saidhbhreas saoghalta arna daoinibh, TSh. 198. 17 . an dalladh doghní gach peacadh aran duine, ib. 255. 16 . deagla a ndallta lé doilbchéo pheacaidh na feirge, ib. 257. 19 . dá dteagṁadh dalladh peacaidh san mbith dhóibh, ib. 258. 10 . agá bhfuil a dtuigse airna dalladh re dorchadus, Donlevy xxiv 27 . dalladh le bríbh le fees le fallsacht, Cúirt 92 .

MOD. dalladh, gen. dallta.—beidh biadh á ndalladh i mbliadhna they will have food in abundance this year, W.K.

dall-aicentae

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Forms: dallaigeanta

adj io-iā (dall-aicned). Dull, dull-witted, stupid : dall-aicentach id. dall-aicentacht dullness, stupidity . MOD. dallaigeanta &c. P. O'C. Dinn.

dall-aicned

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n o,n. Dull or stupid wit or intellect , P. O'C. (dallaigne).

dallaid

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Forms: dallair, dallaid, dalann, rodallais, rodall, dodhall, dalltar, dallfaider, dallad, dallta

v ā (dall). pr. 2 sg. dallair, 3 sg. dallaid; dalann. pret. & perf. 2 sg. rodallais, 3 sg. rodall; dodhall.

PASS. pres. sg. pl. dalltar. fut. 3 sg. dallfaider. pret. sg. (ro-, do-) dallad (phonet. dallag), pl. dallta; rodallait.'

VN. dallad, q.v.

(a) blinds, deprives of sight . dallaid rosca TBC 5488 . noco rondall Aed Findliath, Rawl. 164 a 26 . dallta co mbói cen amarc LB 146 a 20 . romdalladsa ┐ rompiantar tria mindib PH 801 . dalltar in terrig iarsin ┐ cassait a inde ┐ a inathar, ib. 792 . tescbaither a thenga dallfaider [a ruisc, sic leg.] ┐ iadfaither a chluasa, ib. 1117 . dothuit otrach na háinle ara ṡúilib lér dalladh é, TSh. 255. 34 . gur dalladh leo é, ib. 256. 24 . dodalladh go hobann í, 258. 7 . oenben do tsarugad du mac h. Mannachan, ┐ ro dallad inn fo chetoir was castrated (?) Ann. Conn. 4 (s.a. 1224.3), Stud. Hib. xix 51 n. 36 .

(b) n darkens, obscures . dallaid side amail cheo LL 371 a 32 .

METAPH. dond foirind rodallait ó dorchuib phecda PH 3911 . a betha daenna sochaide rodallais sochaide romúris, ib. 4661 . rodhall demun in slógsa, ib. 1128 . in génntligecht...formúchaid na cétfada dallaid na ruscai, ib. 722 . dallaidh sí (sc. an leisce) ruisg réasúin an aithrighigh, TSh. 257. 34 . dodhall a mailís féin iad, ib. 255. 10 . dallaid an drúis an duine, ib. 256. 15 ; 255. 32 . an saidhbhreas saoghalta lé ndalltar an sanntach, 256. 1 . luaithreadh na locht dtalṁaidhe lé ndallann é, 256. 13 . dallair an saoghal go léir led thoidhbhse, Cúirt 389 . dhalladar riam me is do iadhadar maodh ionam, ib. 282 . dallag (v.l. mealladh) me suidhte maoidhte am óinsig, ib. 320 . liach a mocha rodallad he died Rawl. 85 a 49 .

MOD. dallaim blind, blindfold, puzzle, perplex P. O'C. anois ó dalladh minntleacht, Amr. Cl. G. 5. 14 (cf. SG 23. 24 ).

dall-amlán

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Forms: dallamaláin

n o,m.

I A perfect simpleton .

II luch dallamláin now pron. and written dallamaláin a dormouse (Cork). Cf. dallóg féir id.

dall-amlóc

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n I Stupid folly : is mór an dallamlóg dothánaig air (c.s.).

n II A foolish, insipid person P. O'C. Dinn. Cf. dochuir sé an dallamalóg arna daoine he befooled the people Seanchaint 78. 2 f.b. Cf. amald. —dall- amlán id.

1 dallán

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n o,m.

I A blind or stupid person .

II A mole P. O'C. Cf. luch dall talpa Ir. Gl. 249 and O'Mulc. 343 ; see dall I and cf. dallóc.

III A leech or blind blood- sucker P. O'C.

2 dallán

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Forms: gallán, gollán

n a pillar-stone Wakeman Inismurray 74. 126 . gallán, gollán id.