3 dar

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prep. = proclitic form of tar, q.v. The form `dar' belongs already to the early 8th century (Wb first hand).

4 dar

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Forms: der, deir, dir

prep. = etar; not in the Glosses; dardáin, how- ever, points to the existence of dar as early as the Old-Ir. period. The earliest example from Mid.-Ir. MSS occurs LL 91 a 14 : etar a chnedaib ┐ etar a chrechtaib dar a áltaib ┐ dar a ilgonaib. Compare further FM ii 602. 7 : dromchla Éreann dar dá muir (in verse). Cf. mod. der (Munster): der ṡaṁra is geiṁreadh both summer and winter; deir, dir (Kerry) = Old-Ir. etir; v. eter.

5 dar

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Mid.-Ir. inf. pron. 1 pl.: rodarsaor Día ón teinidh SG 22. 36 .

darn, dar

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v we are : fortgellam Día dána de: dar slána ón chinaid se SR 3612 = ar, ib. 1482 : a Eua...ar tróig tra dot impartain. With ní: nídar, nidar n-: nídar glain dacallaim Dé SR 1609 . at móra ár cinaid don brath: nidar nidain diar soerad, ib. 3626 . With con: †condar n-. The corresponding forms of the 1 sg. are nidam ( TBC 1676 ), condam ( TBC 2324 ); 2 sg. nidat ( TBC 1171 , 1257 , 3460 ), †condat; but in the 2 pl. the pron. is joined directly to the 3 sg. ní: nifor nintliuchtach SR 1238 (cf. ib. 1235 , 3641 ).

dar n- developed itself from the negative nidar n-. Cf. Stokes KZ xxviii 105 . Strachan Verb. Syst. 42 n. 1 . O'Máille Ériu vi 7 ff .

dárn-, darn

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prep pron of our, to our . Mid.-Ir. development of díar n- LU, LL, &c. v. prepp. de, do.

1 dara

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adj in in dara the second, one of two, early Mid.- Ir. (or late Old-Ir.) development of Old-Ir. indala; it prefixes h to a vowel immediately following. SR 19. 95 . 2947 . 3243 . 3255 . 3273 . 3237 . 3520 . 3719 . 3758 . 3819 . 4445 . indara fer déc LU 32 a 2 . in dara hingnad déag, Ir. Nenn. 118. 3 . an dara hadbur, R.I.A. 3 B 22, 15 b 19 . in dara hais BB 9 a 29 . an dara hár, LFl. 23 a 2. 15 . indara fecht FA (both MSS). isin dara hursaind MR 198. 22 . forsin dara leith don churach on one side of the curragh SG 346. 3 . don dara leith...don leith eile, TFr. 122. 7 . adubhairt an dara mac risan mac oile, ib. 160. 5 . MOD. dara and tara (Munster). in dara hathchuinge OT p. 30 ; v. ala, indala. Cf. darna.

2 dara

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Forms: tara

adj across his (her) = tara, v. tar.

Dara

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Forms: Darai

Darai npr. m. n s. Dara mac Sétnae, Rawl. 144 d 43 . g s. mac Dara meic Ḟergusa, 121 b 37 , 42 . mac Intait Darai, ib. 152 a 8 . mac Dara LL 313 c 23 ; 319 c 9 , 24 , 25 . BB 126 a 47 , 48 . Possibly also in several loc. names ending in Dara.—Different from Dáire.

Dara

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pn name of a river: sruth tic dar Affraic aniar...is D.¤ a ainm ica bun LL 136 a 11 .

†darach

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Forms: daraig

n o,m. An oak (originating from the n p. daraig), Rel. Celt. i 165. 17 , not Irish (otherwise Coneys 116 a ). See dair.

dar-aicnigid

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Forms: darai- gnígheam, daraigneaghadh

v muses, thinks, contemplates : darai- gnígheam; vn. daraigneaghadh P. O'C. A late deriv. of aicned with dar.