Damrad

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npr. f. D.¤ ingen Ailella Find BB 213 b 29 .

dámrad

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Forms: dámraid, damrud

n o,n. g s. dámraid. d s. damrud.

I A company, a visiting party; visitors : fosuididter in ben lethdam in fir....i. fosaigid in ben ar damrad lethdaime in fir, Laws ii 386. 8 Comm. inní is cóir dóib dfuiririud isin aithche for damrud, ib. 378. 13 Comm. eneclann do cach thaisech dona secht taisechaib dám is uaisli tainic ar damrad ar amus in tigi, ib. iii 458. 17 . díthle duind dámaig .i. madia nadbuletlaiter ní on uasal uil arin damrud, ib. v 440. 27 Comm. ce na bedis for damrad acu, ib. 30. 8 . ba geiss dó ben for damrud dia thig cen feiss dosom lé, Death-tales 24. 4 ( LL 118 b 8 ). damradh dopall (i.e. dub-ball), Anecd. i 58. 6 . in dámraid dhíberce SG 355. 21 .

II A retinue : ní racu tuath dámrad ríg ┐ espuic diam di gress fosngelat, Laws iv 338. 22 .—dáṁraidh (pl. of dáim) a gang, troop or company; strangers or guests P. O'C.

dam-rann

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n cuin glethar rann iter comarbu? cinn .u. mbliadnae; damrainn in .c.bliadnai; cæmclud isin tanaisi CIH ii 575.9 (Bretha Comaithchesa) = ML 186. 7 .

damsa

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Forms: daṁsa

n a dancing : cidh ná déna damsa frit cosaibh, Aisl. Tund. 95. 17 .—MOD. daṁsa (Ulster and Connaught), pl. daṁsadha; daṁas (Munster, esp. of the jumping of cattle). Hence daṁsach given to dancing : fionnlios... druineach daṁsach deallrach, D. O'Bruad xiv 68 . daṁsaire a dancer . daṁsaire dubh a morris or morrish-dancer, also a water-spider , P. O'C. Dinn. daṁsaim daṁsaighim (pret. do dhaṁsas or do dhaṁais me) dance . daṁsóir a dancer P. O'C.

dámsam

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v if I be, if I were : damsam rí sea ruadas chrú rothairnfind mo bidbadú if I were a king LL 307 b 26 . damsat éicni comrac if fighting be necessary for thee TBC 1835 . damsat cumain a buachail if thou rememberest BB 367 b 22 .

damsat

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v = diamtar to whom were : maith fear damsat muinnter the man whose community they were FM i 140. 5 .

dám-scol

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n ā, f. People of learning, students : mac Ui Dhoṁnaill...leandán deoradh ┐ dáṁsccol tuaisceirt Ereann décc FM v 1726. 1 . gairm choṁchoitcenn enigh do thab- hairt im notlaicc do dháṁscolaibh Ereann, ib. iii 600. 9 . ALC ii 6. 26 .—Cf. scol.

dam-scuithe

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n io. Oxen and small cattle : ba .i. fál etarba damscuithe (v.l. damsguithi) `ba, i.e. a hedge, a fence of oxen and small animals,' O'Dav. 327 ; cf. Laws iv 112. 6 (where scuithe is contrasted with dam): mad nochtaile gebaidh side fri damscuithe (sic leg.) it shall resist oxen and small cattle.

dam-ṡeiche

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n d, f. An ox-hide : sciath fora chliu...ba leithiu indá damseche SR 5772 . a s. oensúil ina chind lethidir damseche BDD 44. 4 . n p. curach...i ndechadh cethracha daimṡeiche do dhoinnlethar SG 343. 25 . g p. a chathchriss curad do chotutlethar cruaid do formna secht ndamseched ndartada LU 79 a 38 .

damthach

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n o,m. One that grants, permits, allows, tolerates P. O'C. Cf. daimid.

dámthach

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I Adj. teaching, ruling , Dinn.

II Subst. one that teaches, rules; a student P. O'C. Dinn. Cf. dám.