5 dam

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n fuarus dam (daim .i. imat, Eg.) in biid RC xx 160. 2 (ACC). Probably = daim in the phrase dia daim = dia deóin.

6 dam

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adj silent , according to Cormac, Tr. p. 62 : dam hebraice damae enim tacens interpretatur .

7 dam

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num my two : bás mo dam ingen, Bor. § 6 ; = adam, q.v.

8 -dam-

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in infixed pron. of 1 sg., Thurn. 248 sq.

9 dam

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prep to me , see do.

Dam

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o,npr. m., see 1 dam.

dám

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Forms: dám, dáim, dáme, dáime, dáma, dáim, dáma, daime, lán-dám, ríg-dám

n ā, f. nom. dám, later also dáim. gen. dáme, dáime (dáma). dat. dáim. n pl. dáma, daime.

I A company, legitimate number of guests, party, follow- ing, retinue . ni téige leosam dam no tascur tar dá fer décc, Laws i 48. 5 . ma dotí dam caem, 122. 7 . dá reib in fer ann is lándam muna raib is lethdam, ii 386. 12 . más co tomus in ḟir tancatar na dama is landam. más fo tomus na mná is lethdam, 386. 14 . fosuididter in ben lethdam in fir, 386. 6 . a daim dliged aice (comm.), 388. 12 . etech daime, i 56. 23 Comm. biathud daime, 142. 24 Comm. ii 388. 8 Comm. is cutruma in biad célsine ┐ biathud na daime, ii 232. 4 Comm. dia rucuidh imurcuid daime lesin flaith, 232. 6 Comm. an imurcuidh daime berur co tig in chéile, 232. 7 Comm. cen daim téchta, 388. 1 ; v 172. 15 . in cutruma nobia don daim, ii 26. 27 . dia tísit teora dama uaithi cin biad, v 122. 1 . má damu fuil agin flaith, ii 232. 2 Comm. coro láinbiathad daime a fir, 386. 9 . in flaith rochuiriustur na dama do chaithium bidh célsine, 26. 19 . má robhiathustar dama and, v 164. 13 . dál as chomtig fri dáma (gl. fri hegeda (hōegidu, v.l.), fri truagu) Hy. v 14 . dámḟial .i. fial fri dámaib, Fél. Gorm. Apr. 15 . is gess damsa dám oenmná do airitin iar fuiniud gréne BDD 63 . fáilte fri dáma, Tec. Corm. 4 (l. 15) . orgain na dame AIF 592 . srethugud a dáme for fecht féle LL 187 a 44 . a biathad iarna dáim ┐ iarna grád ┐ iarna lín, 187 a 47 . ar bélaib a dámi ┐ a thascuir, 188 c 29 (cf. Laws i 48. 5 ). cen díl dámi resi without paying a company of storytellers RC xii 70 § 33 . giarb uathed do dám malle TBC 4003 . rob uathad mo dám I was a party of one only Aisl. M. 19. 23 . dám thrír LL 207 b 5 . dám ochtair a lín, RDinds. 134 . dám nónbair BDD 34 . cethrar lín a dama, Mann. iii 491. 3 . seisser a dam i tuaith, ib. 496. 11 . ní théigead dam dimdach uada (sc. ón choire (choiriu) ansicen) FDG 408 . niba bruithi de acht daithin na dáime fana miad ┐ fana ngrad, ib. 409 (cf. Laws i 48. 11 ). gebe dáṁ dhúilech thí cusin nairchindech, Lism. L. 2711 . gráinid cride frisin dám sin, Arch. iii 297. 7 . dáṁ a party, dining party O'D. Suppl. from Rawl. 487 . fail dáim nannsa inbar ndochum anocht, Aisl. M. 87. 2 . ní ferr téit an dam ar (MS. indhamar) thicc, Rawl. 83 b 9 . dám ochtair, Ir. Nen. 48. 6 . na ndám as an epithet: Ádam...duine rodelb Dia na ndám LL 136 b 15 . Diarmaid mac Aedha na ndaṁ of the retinues MacCarthy 416. 13 . Fergal mac Domnaill na ndám LL 141 a 28 . anmand muntire na tromdáma LL 27 b 55 . Referring to a single individual, guest : dám óenmná BDD 52 § 63 . atá dámh is uaisli iná mé fein i focus accum .i. Find mac Cumaill Acall. 5035 .

dám de...┐ dám (aile) de = cuit...cuit some...others (cf. cuit, foirenn). daim díb ar Colum Cilli dinnarba ┐ daim díb i ninad a sáraigthi siun i Tailltin ┐ daim i ninad trasci (leg. trascthi) na napstal i Temraig, Cog. 10. 19 sq.

II A bardic company, poets : cosbóir dílios gach dáiṁe, Oss. ii 296 . teach do dhénom do Niall...do díol dáṁ Éreann FM iv 706. 16 . post congṁála dáṁ ┐ deóradh, ib. vi 1908. 7 . ZCP viii 109. 17 , 22 . Gadelica ii. 101. 24 . romín an drem re dámaib, Hy Fiachr. p. 216 . urra an drem dár ndámaibni, ib. p. 242 . ib. 256. 6 ; 260. 12 ; 270. 5 ; 274. 5 ; 294. 17 .

COMPDS. lán-dám Laws. oll-dám : nir bo olldamh oenmhuco, IT i 109.10 , ZCP x 369 . ríg-dám, q.v.

P. O'C. O'Br. O'R. and Dinn. also give the meaning kindred, relation, consanguinity, affection, friendship : dáim .i. gaodhal no báidh P. O'C.

dámach

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Forms: dái- ṁeaṁail, dáiṁeaṁlacht, daṁaṁail, dáṁdha, daṁaṁlacht

adj o-ā. Having a company, following or retinue. díthle duind damaig i triun díre, Laws v 440. 21 , 26 . RC xxiv 406 . garthir chuci in drúi dámach acan ríg LL 196 b 1 f.b. cid uathad do dream dhámach bát rí Éirenn imbárach, Lism. L. 4388 . a dhrem dhétla dhámach a chomann saer soghrádach SG 353. 31 . dianadh ainm Teach damach Duind BB 31 a 50 . Domnaill dubhdháṁaig BR 226 . dámach cach brúgaich, Arch. iii 229 (l. 110) . fiadach nách dodaing d.¤ ZCP viii 226. 28 . cor dealbad in duan damach (: dánach), Lec. 354 a 41 .— Epithet of Deluge: ria ndílinn dámaigh ZCP iv 236. 15 . —Cf. dáiṁeach friendly, affectionate P. O'C. Dinn. dái- ṁeaṁail id. dáiṁeaṁlacht n benevolence , Dinn. daṁaṁail, dáṁdha adj learned, skilful , daṁaṁlacht n learning, skill P. O'C.

dámachtain

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Forms: déitiu

n I Granting, conceding : asbert...gurbo tlás ┐ gurbo laicce dó sídh do dáṁachtain (v.l. damthain) do gallaib, Cog. 64. 33 B.

II Enduring : déide senchasa .i. dámachtain nó fulang H 3. 18, 539 a.—VN. of daimid, s. déitiu.

dámad

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Forms: damad

v damad, = conj. dia + cop. if it were . MOD. dá madh cóir sin do rádh.

Damaich

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n p. npr. m. nái nDamaich TBC 2011 Y. tri Damaich, ib. 3487 .