dall-ecnach

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adj Dogar Dallecnach YBL 325 c 44 , but 119 b 18 Dogar Dallethan.

dall-éices

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n o,m. A blind poet : do Lughaidh dailléiges ba sinnsear díbh, Ériu v 84. 33 .

dallethan

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x See dall-ecnach.

dallḟedach

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n blindness : d.¤ arna súilib, Gadelica i 105. 18 .

dall-inntinn

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Forms: dallintinnech

n f. Dullness, stupidity . Hence dallintinnech adj dull, stupid, heavy P. O'C.

dall-inntlechtach

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adj o-ā. Dull-witted, slow of under- standing : ní thaithnigheann re Dia an daillinntleachtach an neaṁchráibhtheach, Donl. 338. 8 .

Dall-muine

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n.l. ( Blind bush ). Trip. 244. 24 .

dál-loc

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n o,m. A meeting-place : do dálluc ┐ dfordécsin, TTr.² 205 . tecait co araili ndalloc boi ac Brenaind Birra, Arch. iii 225. 4 .

dallóc

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n ā, f.

I Any little blind animal :

(a) a mole . P. O'C. Dinn. cf. talpa .i. luch dall, Ir. Gl. 249 .

(b) a leech : aṁail thréigeas an dallóg bheith ag súghadh ḟola an easláin, TSh. 11. 10 . P. O'Cl. O'Br. Dinn.

(c) dallóg ḟeóir a dormouse , P. O'C. Dinn. dallóg ḟraoich a shrew- mouse , P. O'C. , both probably Scotch.

(d) dallóg chaoch a fish resembling the pen fish, Dinn. Cf. dallag young dog- fish, kingfish in Scotch.

II A cover, a blind . dallóg na fuinneoige (Derry).— According to Dinneen also `blindness; the game Blind- man's buff.'

Dallrach

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gen. npr. m. i Cill Achid Dallrach LL 373 d 18 . Mochonna Átha Dalrach, Rawl. 93 f 48 . Áth Dalrach (LL, Lec.), Á. Dallrach (BB, Lec.), Onom.

dall-radarc

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n o. Blindness (of intellect). airna mbeith sgartha ó bheatha Dé tré dhallradharc a gcroidhe, Donl. xxiv 29 .