dammantach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dammantach or dil.ie/14520

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 .

damnae

Cite this: eDIL s.v. damnae or dil.ie/14522

Forms: domnae, daṁna

n domnae io, n. Like adbor and ON efni, Welsh defnydd ZCP x 370 , LEIA D-21 .

I The stuff or material out of which something is wrought or created.

(a) in a material sense: damna teora mbairgen, Laws ii 176. 18 . damna feirtse, damna certle (as a fine), ib. iv 108. 6 . ní hón gabaind a daṁna, ib. v 18. 10 . roboingeadh damna in chléib no na cleithi comlan annsund, ib. 474. 24 . damna fondssa damna loinida, ib. 482. 29 . Cf. also ii 420. 10 : domna coisc di du mil no saithi beach.—dachuaid da bein damna cruiti RC ii 197. 20 . damna trostáin ┐ damna bhaichle SG 38. 12 . luid Hercoil issin fidbaid do buain damnai rámai, TTr. 230 . primal matter : cid robói isin chruindchuairt ildelbhaig ba damna doṁain... Robói ar se isin chuairt toruchta domna domain .i. uacht ┐ tes soilsi ┐ dorcha lind ┐ tirim, Ériu ii 106. 33 sq. issind dluim chruind dorónad do domna domain, ib. 108. 7 . dobí damna ifrinn isin ṁais ildhelbaig asar benad an doman RC xxiv 372. 7 . —METAPH. in net ngribi sin... ┐ in damna áigh .i. longphort Cesair, CCath. 4904 . fail lim dliged is damna subject-matter (of poetry), Metr. Ds. iii 278. 39 ( LL 155 b 25 ).

(b) in a personal sense: `one fit to be'—also in merely temp. sense: `one designed to be.' damnae napad: céin bes damna apaidh (leg. apadh) do fine erluma, Laws iii 72. 13 . muna táinic d. a. dfine erloṁa...in apdaine do thabuirt dfine manuch noco roib d. a. dfine erloṁa, ib. 72. 19 . ib. 74. 1 , 5 , 6 , 10 . 78. 2 , 3 , 17 . muna be damna napaidh (leg. napadh) cid coit- chinn doib, ib. 78. 25 . damnae cimbedo: cona[d] damna cimeda insin tar cend tuaithe, ib. iv 354. 2 . damnae nepscuip: áliss Pátricc Dubthach im damnae nepscuip dia desciplib di Laignib, Thes. ii 241. 7 . damnae fir: isé biad uais imfuilnges damna in fir .i. gairigh gilla no tamain fir the minor, i.e. the underage youth or makings of a man (O'D.), Laws ii 256. 18 . Ferdomun .i. damna fir, ib. 20 . damnae flatho: damna flatha as dech tánic Hérind the best crown-prince that has ever come into Erin BDD 106 . domna finnflatha AU i 392. 8 . damnae láich: olc damnae láich fil and LU 60 a 5 . TBC 453 Y. damnae nolloman Acall. 3353 . damnae ríg one fit to be a king, a royal heir (=ríg-damnae), see O'Br. s.v. daṁna .

II n An heir : iomdha daṁna i ndiaidh aroile fuair an chríoch so Chuirc mar é, O'Bruad. xi 3 .

III n A matter, cause, reason, motive . ba hé domna in choctha LL 170 a 20 . damna dinriud is dḟogail, ib. 195 a 13 . ní bu fubthud cin damna, Ériu ii 100. 26 . is daṁnai móir- chreatha ┐ uaṁain a matter of great trembling and terror, ib. 136. 26 . cid deghnie drochfethol ? ol sé. tathum a daṁnai ol esium I have cause for it RC xii 64 § 27 . cid robud ? or si. atá a damna and there is a cause for it Anecd. i 4. 6 . cidh tái a[g] gul ? fil a doṁna accum, LFl. 37 b 17 . damna deabhtha, Ir. Nen. 132. 3 . domna trota LL 11 a 40 . diultaider ic Tadc co trén do Murni ba domna dér, ib. 202 a 63 . fa daṁna dér, Ériu i 32, l. 246 . tathum domna bróin I have a cause of sorrow LL 192 b 48 . damna dogra MR 294. 8 . damna guil ┐ dér BB 31 b 10 . daṁna éccaoine, Buile S. § 67. 4 . daṁna meatha, Ech. Iol. 57. 14 . fail damna molta forro TBC 416 Stowe (dlug molto LL). damnae tuirse a cause of sorrow, cf. Dinn. Cf. also Laws iii 94. 5 : na cuic cinaid duine ni damna mella.

IV damna .i. obair ut est: intí tuc a damna daim no capaill ar log H 3. 18, 650 a ; but here damna daim seems to signify a young ox, cf. damnae fir above.

COMPD. ríg-damnae a royal heir LL 151 b 19 . TBC 1483 Y. BDD 86. 1 . ITS v 106 .

MOD. daṁna, P. O'C. O'R. Dinn.

1 damnad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 damnad or dil.ie/14523

Forms: dambnad, dampnad, damnaṁ, damanto, damnadh, damanta

n u, m., also, after Latin model, written dambnad, dampnad; damnaṁ ( Lib. Flav. ii 13 b 2 . 3 ; 16 b 2 . 5 ). gen. damanto, -a. vn. of 1 damnaid. damning, condemning; damnation, condemnation .

(a) generally a condemning, punishing : athrigad rig ronertmar ┐ a ndámnad ┐ a marbad, Alex. 1038 . is fris (i.e. frissin ríg talmanda) ro herbad o Dia damnad cáich ina chinaid amail bás techta PH 4081 .

(b) especially in the theological sense condemning to eternal punishment (opp. to togu; to slánugud LFl. ii 13 b 2 . 9 . do thṡlánugud nó da dhamnadh duine ar nég, ib. 13 b 2 . 3 ; 13 b 2 . 12 f.b. ). togu indala nai per misericordiam damnad alaili per debitum judicium, Wb 4 c 3 . iarna ndamnad SR 4025 . dia ngabtha (sc. in biait) erum do léir ni beind nach céin i ndamnad LL 286 a 25 . damnad cach eirse cach huilc is lattsu iar fír the damnation of every heresy Arch. iii 313. 13 . anaic sinn arár ndamnadh, Misc. Celt. Soc. 382. 3 . for damnad ┐ timorcain na ndrochdaine PH 4204 (cf. LB 38 a 3 f.b. ). do dampnad ┐ do díchor herissi Airr ad damnationem Arrianae haereseos, ib. 5004 . baile i mbia feochracht na ṅdemna oc pianad ┐ dampnad na nécraibthech, ib. 5017 . nách dlegar don eclais oman Dé do beth forri dia pianad nó dia damnad, 3492 . láifither (in ḟoirend sin) iar mbás i ḟúdomuin niffirn dia pianad ┐ dia ndampnad tria bithu sír, 5930 . oirchis dínn ria namsir ar ṅdamunta ar atám chena i pé[i]n, 2204 . do bhrígh go norduigheann Dia dhúinn fá phéin dhamunta bheith uṁal dar naoṁṁáthair, Donl. 114. 14 . creud fár cúis damanta dhóibh é, ib. 254. 15 . faoi chóir dhamanta under pain of damnation, ib. 396. 11 . is iontuigthe a ṁéad do dhochar ┐ do dhamnadh don drung &c. , TSh. 130. 17 . an drong... bhíos arna ndamnadh sna hionadaibh pianaṁla, ib. 133. 26 .

MOD. damnadh, gen. damanta.

2 damnad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 damnad or dil.ie/14524

Forms: domnad

domnad (rhyming with fognam) u, m. vn. of 2 damnaid.

I A fastening, binding . This meaning is not sufficiently supported. damnad .i. ceangal, O'Cl. daṁnadh a band or tie O'Br. quia naues negotiatorum aut expectant aut suscipiunt (.i. dia nndamnad són) aut dimittant (.i. nondascorat), Mil 140 b 11 . udmad .i. ud ┐ damnad .i. crand ar lias, Corm. Tr. 164. 9 . Three Gl. 45. 18 .

II A subduing, breaking (of a horse, an ox). cungnum oc indill each cia rí oca ndaṁnad cia rí oca tocamlad, Laws v 490. 1 . rothaiselb dó cech míl beo...déna frit ḟognam...a ndomnad a ndegdomnad SR 1932 . for dí ocbáe cen domnad, ib. 5426 (=for dá nócbuaib eddamna LB 128 a ). Fir domnann .i. fir damnánn .i. don damnadh ┐ don dáire tucad orro la Gregu ro hainmniged F. d. díbh, Cóir A. 225 . METAPH. domnad insce 'the mastering of language' Ériu xxxii 68.67 . domnath .i. munadh ł traothad, ut est inocbail duir domnath indsci .i. munid do cach innsci ndligtighi, ł dī træthaid indsci dligtighi (? leg. indligtighi), CIH iv 1489.28 , Ériu xxxii 89 . failet fri damnad Diabuil SR 927 . do thraothad ┐ damnad na tole ┐ ind accobor to crush and subdue the desire MT 161. 23 . ité indso freptha in étraidh collnaide .i. damnath craois proind mesraigthe ZCP iii 25. 27 .

1 damnaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 damnaid or dil.ie/14525

Forms: damnand, damnas, damna, daimeonaidh, rosdamain, ndamnad, damainter, damainntir, ndamnither, ndamainter, damantar, damainfither, daiméntar, daimeontur, daméntar, dam- mainte, dammanta, dammantach, damnaim

v ā, borrowed from Lat. damnare. ACT. pres. ind. 3 sg. nach damnand . rel. damnas. subj. 3 sg. coro damna . fut. 3 sg. daimeonaidh ( LFl. ii 15 b 2 . 7 ). pret. ind. 3 sg. rosdamain. subj. co ndamnad . PASS. pres. 3 sg. damainter ( LFl. ii 16 a 2 . 16 f.b. ), damainntir ( ib. ii 7 a 1 . 6 f.b. ), úa ndamnither . 3 pl. ó ndamainter ; damantar. fut. (a) b-fut. 3 sg. damainfither. (b) ē-fut. 3 sg. daiméntar, daimeontur. 3 pl. daméntar. pc. dam- mainte, dammanta. VN. damnad, dammain, q.v. Condemns, punishes : (a) generally: gur damnadh Críst cunn báis, LFl. ii 7 b 1 . 45 . in rí damnas ┐ timairces na drochdoine ┐ noschrochand ┐ marband PH 4198 . in rí nach damnand ┐ na timorcand na drochdoíne óna modaib sin, ib. 4210 . ised is cóir dosom (i.e. don ríg) coro dámna cach díb (i.e. dona drochdoínib) ina chinaid, ib. 4161 . adeir Bernard nach fuil cair da mét...na prisun da doimne a ndaimeontur tú, R.I.A. 3 B 22 . (b) in a theological sense: damns (opp. to togaid; to slánaigid, LFl. ii 23 b 2 . 11 : cá lín doslánaidhedh ann ┐ cá méd dodamnadh a nifrinn). med brithemnachtae dae hua ndamnither in tingor, Mil 57 d 8 . daimeonaidh do bél féin tu, LFl. ii 15 b 2 . 7 (transl. Lat. condemnabit). atbert...nach damnann drochṡaint duine do muintir Crist gan a ænta PH 7714 . suthaintecht na pian necsamail ó ndamainter iat som tria bithu sír, ib. 4327 . ísé rosdamain ó bhréithir namá, ib. 1642 . co ndernatís idpurta do diabul...co ndamnad som a nanmanna iarum, ib. 2493 . intí dia tabair i ḟus immad maíne...damainfither táll co dichondirclech, ib. 4110 . is andsin (i.e. i fudomuin iffirn) daméntar inna huile ecraibdig ó chrochdaib ┐ ó phianaib, ib. 5932 . dona daoinib dhamantar trésan dóchas bhíos aca re huain aithrighe dḟaghbháil i naimsir a néaga, TSh. 206. 15 .

pc. dammainte: is d. in édáil asa ḟuaruis tindmus PH 7580 . dammanta: médugud péine na ndoeine ndamanta R.I.A. 3 B 22, 19 b 8 f.b. dona doeinib damanta, ib. 6 f.b. na ndáine ndamainti, LFl. 13 b 2 . 12 . don druing dobhiadh d. i bpriosún, TSh. 4. 20 . is damanta dontí doghní faoisidin ara pheacadh féin acht &c. , ib. 48. 35 . leisan druing ndamanta théid i nifreann, ib. 50. 14 . mar ḟiadhnaise ar thusa do bheith damanta go dlightheach, ib. 268. 23 .

Hence dammantach m. one who is damned (opp. to togaide), ib. 183. 20 .

MOD. damnaim.

2 damnaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 damnaid or dil.ie/14526

Forms: domnais, domnaim

v domnaid (rhyming with fognam SR).

I Ties, fastens, binds : Stokes, Corm. Tr. 164. 8 . Meyer, Contr. 587 . damnais .i. ceanglais, Stowe Gl. 83 .

II Usually like Gk. δάμνημι, subdues, conquers; of animals breaks in. sluaig síl Adaim ... rodomnad ... do ḟognam Demuin SR 2675 . rodamnad ... dadrad hídal is arracht, ib. 2679 . rodamnad co sáthib slóg Ramath cathir na nAmmon, ib. 6731 . damainti he subdues him TBC 689 Y. rodamnaid ┐ roslechtaid saermilid andsin, Alex. 270 . Lomna domnais drechnatha (v.l. drecht ndatha) LU 87 upper margin (see RC xxii 394 ); Meyer translates: L. bound together poems (staves). Luan Deaa damnus (.i. chenglus) cach iath ZCP v 485. 17 . Here probably also Corm. Tr. 164. 12 : crann ar lias .i. gobenn gaibthir forsin cethrae co ndamnaiter a núde i cumung.

Sense I is not well supported. The passages in Cormac s.v. udmad ; LL 311 b 11 : domnais (gl. .i. cenglais, whence Stowe Gl. 83 might have been taken) giallu gall co coic assa Alpion (co coictaib arda Alpeoin, Rawl. 115 b 19 ); and ZCP v 485. 17 (cited above), are not sufficient to prove the meaning tie. In fact, the meaning tie, bind would not be expected with this root, whether one sees in damnaim the Celtic equivalent of Gk. δάμνημι (as Strachan proposes, Verb. Syst. of SR p. 61 ), or, as might also be suggested, a loanword from Lat. dominari (cf. the o-form domnaim, not found with 1 damnaid), which in time fell together with 1 damnaid (from Lat. damnare). The true Irish cognate of δάμνημι is daimim, Celtic agreeing with Scr. and Germ. in forming the present with io. The complete absence of primary inflexion and of a vn. formed directly from the root is against the comparison damnaim: ib. 150 .

1 damnaigidir

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v g (damnae). Materialises, embodies, shapes, forms, builds . is aire is i ndeilb chruind rodam- naiged in doman TB 19 . toaitne iarsin a tenedṡliab rodaṁnaiged do teinid bratha, ib. 75 . is i medon aidche rodamnaiged damna doṁain, ib. 150 .

2 damnaigidir

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 damnaigidir or dil.ie/14528

v g (dammain). Damns, condemns . Opp. to slánaigid, LFl. ii 13 b 2 . 21 (in lucht do slánaidedh nó in lucht dodamnaidhedh). pres. an drong dhamnuigheas (nó bhíos arna ndaṁnadh) aonuair aṁáin sna hionadaibh pianaṁla quos semel in locis poenalibus damnat TSh. 133 . 26 . ní dhamnuigheann Dia na saidhbhris non damnat divitias ib. 275. 21 . an peacadh...dodhamnuigheas sinn go síorruidhe, Donl. 148. 12 . is uime sin dodhamnuighid na haithreacha naoṁtha an usuireacht, ib. 100. 29 . gur do dhíth grinnbhreathnighthe dodamnuighthear daoine, ib. 462. 9 . pret. cia an gheall ar dhamnaigh Dia an méad sin daoine ? RC xiii 420. 21 . ipv. 3 sg. na damnuigheadh aoinneach sibh fá bhiadh ná fá dhigh nemo ergo vos judicet in cibo aut in potu Donl. 124. 21 .—Pass. pret. (perf.). créud fár damnuigheadh an cineadh daonna ? ib. 32. 11 . dodam- nuigheadh na deaṁain fa aondhrochsmuaineadh aṁáin, ib. 154. 1 . dodamnuigheadh é (i.e. Iúdás) go tubuisdeach, ib. 332. 20 . fut. níor damnuigheadh ariaṁ ┐ ní daim- neochthar go bráth aoinneach dár ghlac baisdeadh, ib. 364. 8 . pc. damnaigthe, vn. damnugud, q.v.

damnaigthe

Cite this: eDIL s.v. damnaigthe or dil.ie/14529

adj io-iā. Damned, condemned P. O'C.

damnand

Cite this: eDIL s.v. damnand or dil.ie/14530

Forms: domnand

n domnand, g s. A binding, subduing according to Cóir A. 225 : Ḟir domnann .i. fir damnánn .i. don damnadh ┐ don daíre tucad orro la Gregu rohainmniged Fir domnann díbh, and four lines below: Fir domnann ón damnadh.