3 dana

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pron whose : adh dana lógh dá screpall, Laws ii 246. 6 f.b. trom dana rúsc rúad SG 245. 38 . isé in tardḟlaith hua Ainmirech clithar dana craeb coibneasa roráidhsiumar romaind whose genealogy we have given above MR 98. 21 (hardly from YBL which is almost illegible here; dana also the Stowe MSS B iv 1 and 23 K 44). Probably = dianad; cf. diana FDG 617 .

4 dana

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ind ce dana damsa guin Dóir, Tig. p. 177 . Cf. ce chana damsa guin Dáir, FM i 242.9 , RC xxxvii 227 .

Dana

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g s. npr. m. in Mess Dana LL 311 b 30 , Rawl. 82 b 29 ; both copies of the same pedigree. mac Dana meic meic Auinus BB 222 g 56 . mac Danai meic Náir 230 b 43 . mac Dana Dorngil LL 11 a 44 . mac Dana meic Moduirn, Rawl. 91 f 20 . Sobriquet in Gaili Dana TBC 2184 Y.

1 dánach

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Forms: oen - dánach, mór- dánach, il-dánach

adj o-ā. Having arts, professions, &c.; in cpds.: oen - dánach (opp. il-dánach), Laws v 108. 1 . mór- dánach: a Choran mórchétlaig mórdánaig, Echt. Condla 3 (cf. Wind. Gr. 120 ). il-dánach skilled in various arts (cf. illdána YBL 108 a 24 ), adj. and subst., samildánach, q.v.—Cf. Scotch dánach: aithris dhuinne Oiseain dhánaigh Gillies's Gael. Poems 39 .

2 dánach

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adj o-ā, in leaṁ-dhánach rash, foolhardy Dinn. Cf. dánae, dánacht.

1 dánacht

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Forms: dánachta, dánae, dánacht

n ā, f. gen. dánachta; abstract of dánae. Boldness , translating audacia. Opp. édánacht.

I In good sense: doroini do degglóir ┐ do dánacht aiccnid ┐ do sonairte urlabra conar sailset nach smuainedh eccla ina menmain by boldness of nature CCath. 3049 . boldness, confidence : cidh fadera gan dánocht agad im tairisim i nAileach inocht aṁail atá suṁ TF 22. 20 .

II More usually in bad sense: audacity, presumption, wickedness . Often in connection with menmae, dí- or droch-chiall, bocásach, boccacht, díumus. ba dánacht ┐ ba dichiall do Troiannaib athigid ind airir i mbetis, TTr. 800 . as suail narbo nár leis a nderna do dánacht glóir ┐ do boccacht urlabra boldness of talk CCath. 5019 . baoi sidhe acc dénaṁ dánachta deabhtha ┐ diubhraicthe ar Ua Suille- bháin began boldly to attack and fire upon O.S. FM vi 2314. 6 . smuaineadh...air a dhíombhuidheachas ┐ air a dhánacht dhíthchéilligh ag deunaṁ na bpeacaidheadh, Donlevy 280. 9 . is dána me ná an dánacht féin, Amr. Cl. G. 9. 5 . COMPS.: andánacht a strengthened dánacht, mod. andá- nacht, anadánacht. ionnas go dteilgfinn uaim gach andá- nacht┐ gach uabhar croide, Im. Cr. 190. 3 . ná glac áthas no and.¤ , ib. 73 w . lem-dánacht rashness, foolhardiness Dinn. mer-dánacht reckless intrepidity : ar chalmacht ar mire ┐ ar merdánacht, Fianaigecht 70. 2 .

MOD. dánacht boldness, audacity, presumption P. O'C. maille re dánacht with confidence Lhuyd. confidence, boldness, plainness of speech (cf. CCath. 5019 ) Dinneen, who also gives the meaning familiarity with; cf. Eisirt 15. 17 : ag dul i ndánacht air beginning to make bold with him, i.e. growing familiar with him, and Begl.-MacCurt. Engl.-Ir. Dict. (1732) s.v. `bold': doghnídh sé dánacht risna neithibh se dá ndlighthear an fomós is mó he makes bold with these things to which, &c.Cf. andánacht.

2 dánacht

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Forms: dán, diabul-dánachta

n ā, f. from dán. diabul-dánachta diabolic arts : ceithri cathrachai irrabatar og fochlaim ḟesai ┐ eolais ┐ diabuldanachtai RC xii 56 § 2 . Lec. 551 b 32 . il- dánacht many arts : ailsead a nilgníma ┐ a nildanacht, Lec. 539 a 22 . Cf. dánacht poetry, art of poetry HSD. Cf. Rel. Celt. ii 324. 14 .

1 dánad

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u, m. vn. of dánaid.

I A giving, distributing : co tart do Ádam iar sreith fria dánad cach síl sáindleith SR 1922 .

II In grammar dative , a noun governed by the preposition do , one of the 25 `filltigthi': cóic filltigthi .xx. et hi rémim... fo fiur a fothud do fiur a danad ... tre fer a tregdad BB 328 a 20 .

2 dánad

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Forms: danad

v danad = díanad, q.v.

1 Danae

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Forms: Dana

pn Dana = Danoe, q.v.

2 Danae

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, npr. f. D.¤ ingen Cont-Noisech, Lec. 578 a 25 .