2 damnaid

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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

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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

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adj io-iā. Damned, condemned P. O'C.

damnand

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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.

damnascad

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Forms: damnaiscim

n a tying, binding, fastening P. O'C. damnaiscim v I tie, bind, fasten , ib. Not sufficiently supported.

Damnat

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Forms: Damnatán

ā, npr. f. (little doe). ingen ḟial Ḟeidlimid ... Damnat ... céile dAed Bennain LL 140 a 11 . Damnad ingen Feidhlimidh BB 285 b 25 . LB 262 a 13 f.b. nom. Damnaid (ingen Murchada) BB 285 b 39 . dat. ag Daṁnaid ingin Ronáin, Ériu v 78. 15 . gen. Daṁnada, ib. 78. 36 . Also Damnatán: lecht Aeda ┐ Damnatan LL 274 b 50 . tri mic Aeda Bennain ┐ Damnatan ingine Feideilmid, Rawl. 151 a 16 ; ib. 92 g 4 .

damnugud

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Forms: damnughadh

u, m., vn. of damnaigidir. Condemnation; damnation . Opp. to slánugud, LFl. ii 13 b 2 . 18 f.b. (do ṡlánugud ná da damnugad na ndáine). g s. pian luchta an damnaidhthi, LFl. ii 13 b 2 . 7 f.b. Esp. in the phrase d.¤ sírraide eternal damnation. ar saoradh...ó dhamnughadh síorruidhe, Donl. 32. 10 . gidh bé dobhriseas aonaithne aṁáin...tuillidh se damnughadh síorruidhe, ib. 52. 21 . agus fa dheoigh damnughadh síorruidhe (v.l. damuint), ib. 148. 24 . dochum iad féin do dhamnughad go síorruidhe, ib. 254. 13 . damnughadh a gcríoch dheigheanach, ib. 128 . 11 . an féidir neach do dh. fá aonpheacadh marbtha aṁáin, ib. 152 . cibé ṁeasas gurab trom an d.¤ dorinneadh aran duine, TSh. 94. 28 .—MOD. damnughadh.

dam-ogam

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n o,n. A disguised form of ogam . Dam- ogam .i. tarb ar aicmi bethi BB 311 a 10 . Cf. bó-ogam, con-ogam, dóin-ogam, én-ogam.

Damongart

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Forms: Domangort

o,npr. m. máthair Damongairt meic Echach BB 212 b 26 .=Domangort.

Damongóc

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npr. m. Damongóc mac Sárain LL 347 e 34 . BB 230 a 49 ; 216 c 51 (Damongog). d.¤ ailithir mac S., Rawl. 90 e 12 .