dámíne

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n dim. of dám, IT iii 63. 28 .

Dam-inis

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ī, f., n.l. Ox- or stag-island : Daiminis inis na ndam SG i 28. 6 . Devenish in Co. Fermanagh. gen. Ciaran abbas Daiminse AU A.D. 921 .

†Damlam

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npr. A vox nihili, wrongly concluded from such instances as mac daṁlaiṁ BB 94 b 27 = mac dAṁlaibh.

†damlach

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n harness of oxen for ploughing: cumscugadh in amlaig foraib, Laws, ii 120. 17 . Cf. Contr. 1 amlach.

dam-lann

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n an ox-stall, an ox-yard, a deer-fold P. O'C. O'Br.

dam-liac

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n a stone house, a stone church . See dom.

damling

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n batar dana da noss ┐ teclamad cechtar nái osséti a cheli (a chéli should probably be omitted) co ndénad damling (end of line) do mennut a cheile LLfcs. 246 b 40 = IT iii1 245 l. 59 so that each made a damling (possibly for damlainn or damlann a deerfold) of the other's abode.

dammaig

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adv (d'ammaig, di ammaig; cf. O-Ir. dianechtair = anechtair) from without : nír faei i tig as mbi eggna suillsi tenead inmach (sic) iar fuineadh ṅgréne ┐ i mbi ecnai dammuig (v.l. dimoigh = di immaig) BDD 16. 9 . See 1 de.

dammain

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Forms: dammaint

n dammaint.

I Damage, loss , Lat. damnum. issi ticsál ar cruche duun furnn ma arfoimam [d]ammint ocus martri ocus coicsath ar Chriist, Cod. Cam. Thes. ii 245. 12 . scio humiliari scio et habundare: rommunus dammin dom rommunus imbed dom I have learnt loss (opp. imbed), Wb 24 b 17 . dochum nime focertha. risiu nobeth at chuile: fer a damain fritt cnesán. dogné lesan cach duinea, Ériu ii 227 (2nd stanza). annma pro ananama. damnam pro damno: anam a nanam. damaint a n[d]amaint, Eg. 88 fol. 19 b 2 ( O'Gr. Cat. 116. 8 ).—Feminine according to Thurn. Handb. ii 69 b .

II Damnation, condemnation , translating Lat. damnatio, iudicium. This meaning seems due to damnad, whence also the gen. damanta (cf. Donlevy). is dolig nach mball isin churp...do sechmall ón phéin ┐ ón dammain dliges tria chomchétfaid nimarbais RC xxv 242. 20 . cu ndamain ┐ cu piannadh LB 233 b 59 . a damunta, ib. 235 a 24 . is la Dia rob áil cach uli dḟoillsiugud a ḟerta...do dhamain imorro ┐ dinchrechad na nainḟiren PH 70 . in ḟoirend im- resnaigit co hanḟíren doib dlegat péin ┐ damain forru, ib. 4076 . dlegaitt na hIudaide dammain forru ó Dia, ib. 6998 . cipe thoimles ┐ íbas co hesindraicc...is dammain dó fén toimles ┐ íbas annsin iudicium sibi manducat et bibit, ib. 5346 . damuint (damnughadh) síorruidhe muna nglanaidh an baisdeadh sinn, Donl. 148. 25 . chum a gcuṁduighthe... air dhamuint ṡíorruide, ib. 306. 9 (damunta serves as gen.). —damain, damaint a damning or condemning P. O'C.

dammantach

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n (dammantae) o,m. A condemned person : go mbia pian an bhlasta ar bhéalaib na ndamantach, TSh. 183. 20 .

damnacht

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n ā, f., abstract of damnae. in ríg-damnacht IT iii 443 . ferann rígdamnachta, Snedg. 31. 5 .