2 dánaigidir

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Forms: dánaigthe

v g (1 dánae).

I Trans. makes bold : rodhá- naigh ┐ rodhíchraigh in comrac risin bfer mór ┐ doríne trí hoirdne dhe, Acall. 1919 . dánaigheam I embolden P. O'C.

II Intr. grows bold, takes courage . dánuighim I dare, risk, adventure Dinn. vn. dánugud, q.v. pc. dánaigthe em- boldened P. O'C. —Obs.

1 dánaigiud

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Forms: dánugud, dánigthea, dánaigiud, dánugud

u, m. later dánugud, vn. of 1 dánaigidir. gen. dánigthea, Wb; dat. dánaigiud, Mil; acc. dánugud, Alex. A giving, bestowing , esp. from God to man. rún ícce in chenéli dóine et dánigthea in spirito nóib doib the mystery ...of the dispensation of the Holy Spirit to them Wb 21 c 22 . ní indail a trocairi ┐ ní dignea a erscailiud du danaigiud neich dúnni di, Mil 96 a 8 . Abs. dothidnaic in talam dún chena ár naccor...tria rath ┐ dánugud Dé, Alex. 865 . —Obs.

2 dánaigiud

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Forms: dánugud

u, m. later dánugud, vn. of 2 dánaigidir: nír dlig Domnall dánugud ar dubloinges mór Medba D. ought not to have braved Celt. Rev. iv 212 st 2 (Glenmasan MS). dánaghadh a growing bold or daring; to grow bold or daring P. O'C. dánughudh, Dinn.

dánaigthe

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Forms: nephatdanigthi

adj io-iā, pc. of 1 dánaigidir. nephatdanigthi, gl. inremuneratos, Mil 56 b 10 .

Dánaïm

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Forms: Danaïm, Danaeím

pn name of the river Tanais (mod. Don ): co sruth Danaïm , Rawl. 76 b 19 = Danaeím BB 8 a 45 .

Danais

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pn id. ó Sléib Imáí...co sruth Danis LL 142 a 43 . See Danoe.

danál

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Forms: danálach

n danálach = donál, donálach, q.v.

dánamail

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adj i, derivative from dánae (as sainemail from sain). Bold . mór ndrong ndhánai ndheigḟear ndhánamail ro hellachtai and, Alex. 132 . —Obs.

dánán

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Forms: danán

n o,m. diminutive of dán : munusculum .i. danán, Sg 46 a 11 .

†dánanas

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n u, m. Boldness, courage : a Dáiri co ndananas BR 194. 13 v.l. (p. 285). Insufficiently supported.

Danann

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I g s. npr. m.; nom. probably †Danu: mac Danann Deirg, Rawl. 158. 6 . mac Danann meic Bratha, ib. 158. 49 . mac Danaand meic Brathu BB 155 c 1 . Cf. Holder, Dano(n).

II Danann, Danonn; Donann, Dononn CMT; Danann (:and) BB 35 b 18 . 36 a 3 . (: fonn) Misc. Celt. Soc. 364. 8 . In Tuath De Danann, the fourth colony in Ireland, the conquerors of the Firbolgs, CMT. go trí Deo Danonn CMT § 83 . na trí dée Danann, Keating i 216. 8 . Dá Chích Danann (earlier Dā Chīc[h] (n)Anund, Corm. Y § 31 , ZCP x 371), two mountains in the barony of Magunihy and County of Kerry, v. O'Don. Suppl.: is ón Danann fá ṁáthair don triar so (i.e. Brian, Iucharbha, Iuchar) gairthear Dá Chích Dhanann don dá chnoc bhfuil i Luachair Dheaghaidh i nDeas Ṁuṁan, Keating i 214. 93 . The Irish themselves saw in Danann a nom. pr. fem. : adeirid drong re seanchus gurab ón tríar mac rug Danann inghean Dealbhaoith...gairthear Tuatha Dé Danann, Keating i 214. 1 sq. Cf. RC xvii 101 . Another explanation of the name in Keating i 216. 11 sq. Danann is frequently omitted: tuaid-dei, etir tuaith-deu (-de), la tuaid-dei CMT § 9 , §14 , 24 , 36 . tuatha De, etir tuatha Dea, de thuaith (thuathaib) Dei (Dea), ib. 8. 121 ; 53. 122 . tuatha Dea, Cóir A. § 149 . See also Éigse xviii 291-94 .

III Danann, Mid.-Ir. nom. of II. Nemain Danand Badb is Macha … bantuathecha Tuathe De Danand LL 137 a 18 . Donand mathair na ndea, 10 b 26 . BB 33 a 32 . D.¤ ingen Delbaith, 283 a 13 . D.¤ bandrúi, 283 a 21 . Keating i 214. 1 ; 216. 3 . dat. Danann, ib. 214. 94 ; but Danainn 216. 1 . gen. Danainne: in the place-name Dá Chich Danainne in Co. Kerry, v. Hogan 324 b . bas Danaindi, Lec. 358 a 34 . bás Danoinne, MacCarthy 292. 3 f.b.