Damairne

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npr. m. Domnach Mór Damairne LL 374 a 27 . Midluachair mac Damairne mic Diuballtaig, RDinds. 58 . Cf. ZCP vii 381 . Mag Damairne, Onom. 517 .

Damais

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pn Damasus the Pope Fél. Gorm. Dec. 11 .

damaisc

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n some quantity of land : obtulit ei di damaisc thire fora fothaiged in port, Trip. 132. 23 .

Damaisc

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n f. Damascus. gen. for sét na Damaisci LB 146 a 7 . do muintir sir Damasca, Rawl. 79 a 17 . dat. do Damaisc LB 146 a 21 . rosuidiged i nDamaisc, ib. 159 a 40 . ria Damaisc, Rawl. 71 b 20 . Cf. Damas.

damáiste, domáiste

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n (AN damage, Risk 78 ) damage, harm, hurt : má meastar dom shagart-sa a dhomáisde, Gadelica i 284.3 . damáiste Dinn .

†damalta

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n plur. Dark clouds or shades, darkness, gloom, obscurity : dochuatar neoil áilli an lái as ┐ táncatar damalta (v.l. samalta, Franc. MS) dorcha na haidche chucain, Acall. 1620 . —Not = dam-alta `ox-herds' as Stokes ( l.c. p. 286 ) suggests. The word bears a close resemblance to Norw. damla, dumla `become gloomy, cloudy, obscure.'

Dámaltach

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o,npr. m. trí Dámaltaig Dercdercc (v.l. Daṁaltaigh Dercce dhercce; Daṁ altadh Deircdirge; Damaich Dergderc, Lec.) TBC 5890 .

damán

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n o,m. A calf or fawn : binni do doim a damán BDD, App. 156 ( RC xxii 400. 3 ). tinóilid for ndamana ZCP vi 262. 12 .

Damán

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o,npr. m. D.¤ mac Aine BB 156 b 36 . Rawl. 159 b 45 . mac Damain meic Meallrach BB 158 a 12 . mac Mellach, Rawl. 160 b 37 . Damán mac Dáiri father of Ferdiad TBC p. 1085 b . a Ḟirdiad mic Damán TBC 2255 Y. Lec. 343 a 8 . D.¤ mac Carthind, Rawl. 159 a 50 . Damán Damianus, Fél. Oeng. Febr. 12 . Daman láech Daman cléirech, Rawl. 141 a 28 . 159 b 44 . Daman LL 352 a 60 . Húi Damáin, ib. 313 a 24 . Rawl. 120 b 22 . Glenn Damáin, Tig. 639 . Belach Damáin, Mart. Don. 158 . —As a sobriquet: Aed Daman mac Cremthaind BB 176 c 22 . Rawl. 151 a 6 . mac Aeda Damain BB 176 c 25 , 47 . Rawl. 151 a 6 . Faithlenn mac Aeda Damain, Rawl. 91 d 20 .

damán allaid

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Forms: dabhán, dubhán, alla, ealla

n a spider ZCP vii 409 , 450 .—aranearum. inna ndamán nallaid, Mil 59 d 1 . item púdar damáin allaidh (a prescription for epilepsy), O'Gr. Cat. 182. 29 . peata cuach do bheith ar chrand ... ┐ brat do lín in daṁáin alla uimpi, Oss. v 42. 5 . nocha mbia a ṁuinighin aṁuil líonradh dubháin alluidh, Job viii 14 . dfigheadar líonradh daṁáin ealluigh, Isaiah lix 5 . daṁán ealla .i. peist, Mac Curtin s.v. spider .—Cf. damán uisce a water-spider P. O'C. —Also spelled dabhán, dubhán, alla (eallaidh, ealla); still in use. Cf. 4 dam.

Damanscí

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npr. m. D.¤ mac Daimíne LL 347 g 28 = Damannscen mac Doiméni LB 14 d 29 . Damandscein mac Doimenn BB 216 f 15 .