dánatus

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Forms: dánatais, dánadas, dánadais

n u, m. deriv. from dánae. g s. dánatais, Lism. L. 3043 . Boldness , translating Lat. temeritas, audacia; connected with bocásach, drochciall, menmae, slatracht.

I In good sense, of persons or actions, stout-heartedness, fearlessness, courage, daring . roeirig a barann ┐ a bhorrfad ┐ rolínustar tonn dánatais a chriche ┐ a cheiniuil mon am sin the wave of boldness of his territory and his race Lism. L. 3043 . gur machtnaighset na Rudulta méd ┐ dánadus in engnuma dorónsat friu, Aen. 2427 ( BB 476 a ). a Dáiri co ndánadus (sic leg.) BR 194. 13 . aṁail roḟás ┐ roion- ḟorbhairt airbert ┐ aindíuidecht détlacht ┐ dánatus an ríaghaire, Hugh Roe 54. 13 .

II In bad sense assurance, presumption, audacity, impudence . roeirig menma ┐ danatus ┐ bocasach ┐ nert na crechaired LB 154 b 19 . ba dánatus ┐ ba drochciall dírecra...tíchtain cen chor i críchaib Gréc, TTr. 782 . fégad ...ná rop slatracht ná dánatus dó dul a ndáil chuirp Chríst PH 5340 . is dánatus mór don pecdach cui[n]chid flaithiusa Dé... ┐ cen uamun fair, ib. 7907 . combad ḟollus triasin dánatus sin, ib. 5138 .

MOD. n dánadas, g s. dánadais, boldness, presumption, deter- mination Dinn. O'R. Sc. dànadas: peacadh dànadais sin of presumption Psalm. xix 13 .

Danbarr

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o,npr. m. Danbarr macc Déin a quo Huí Danbairr, Rawl. 126 a 39 .—For -barr cf. Finnbarr (Gaul. Vendu-bar[r]os, Cunobarros) and Barrḟind (W. Berwyn), for Dan-Dangal.

dándae

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Forms: dándha, dánda

adj io-iā, deriv. from dán. dándha fatal Lhuyd. O'R. Macd. dánda poetical, metrical, fatal P. O'C. No instance from the literature. Dándae would give Mod.-Ir. †dána as grándae grána; it is not, however, found in the spoken language.

dán-díne

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n (: lán-ríge) a gifted generation : rosrethaig tolgdáil triath tenn iar torgbáil Hierusalem: os cech dándíne droṅg trén i llánrige nIsrahél SR 6703 . A compound of dán and díne.

†dándus

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n BR 194. 13 , v. dánatus.

Dane

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Forms: Dane

, npr. f. = Gk. Δανάη. Sg 8 b 7 : hiatus causa interponimus u...ut Dauus Argiuus pauo, gl. dáne. The usual explanation of Dane as a masculine npr. in -io cannot be maintained; it is probably the Irish rendering of Δανάη (daughter of Akrisios). A similar confusion of Dauus (Daua) and Dane occurs Sg 32 b 5 , where the glossator to the Latin `Acrisioneis Dane fundasse colonis' adds the following note: .i. daua as maith li alaailiu and ní fitemmar can doberr.—Stokes, Ir. Gl. p. 130 , identifies dáne with dánae audax.

Dáne

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npr. LL 311 b 44 = Dáine, q.v.

Dangal

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o,npr. m. Caintighern máthair hui Dangail, Ir. Nenn. 212. 9 . Cf. Dan-barr.

Dania

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pn Denmark : Dainḟir ón Dania .i. Denmarke , Keat. 2455 .

Daniél

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npr. m. Daniel mac Fothaid, Rawl. 155 a 12 .

Dan-longas

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Forms: danaloingios

pn ā, f. A Danish fleet, or squadron . P. O'C. (dan-loingeas). danaloingios n a fleet or squadron O'R. Cf. dan-smacht.