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.

damthain

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n later i, f. vn. of daimid. Originally dat. acc. sg. of †damthu; the relation between this and détiu is the same as that between damad and dét `was granted.'

Act of yielding, granting, allowing.

(a) síth nó comsossod do damthain (v.l. damachtain) do gallaib, Cog. 64. 33 . ba hingnadh la cách Aedh die dhaimthin sin do Cháilti RC xiii 8. 22 .—ABS. rop ingnad ri fiannaib Find damthain dAed dḟir i nhErind, Ériu v 223 l. 72 . Cf. the absolute use of daimim RC vii 300. 7 .

(b) as a law term with cert, cóir, cubaid, dliged &c.: main iar nanmain .i. gan dligedh do damthain, Laws i 254. 27 . fri dlighedh .i. do damthain, ib. 284. 43 . robo cóir dliged do damthain di, ib. iv 10. 16 .

dam-tharb

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n o,m. A bull. METAPH. a champion : fri damtharb na Troi .i. fri Hechtoir BB 429 a 16 .

dam-theine

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n t, f. Ox-fire = huge fire , Meyer. dréchtfaid an dubhalaṁ (i.e. dub-alam) re dreich na daimteinedh ZCP viii 212. 2 = dresfid an dubthalam fri dreich na damthenead, Lec. ( ZCP x 370 ).

dam-thóbae

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n io, n. Ox-cutting (βούτομον), Sg 68 b 11 .

†damthu

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n vn. of daimid. See damthain.