Darcarcrenn

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Forms: Draicrenn, Darcarcriu, Draicre

pn gen. in Inis D.¤ Ram Island in Lough Neagh ( Hogan 463 ): iar ngabáil Innsi D.¤ AU ii 104. 4 (A.D. 1121). cara Innsi Darcairgrenn, ib. i 597. 1 f.b. (A.D. 1056). Inis Daircairgren FM ii 872 n. r . Later contracted to Draicrenn: iar ngabháil Innsi Draicrenn fair FM ii 1012.9 (A.D. 1121). n s. †Darcarcriu, †Draicre if Darcarcrenn is the g s.

Darcarthend

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npr. m. D.¤ mac Maithe LL 333 c 48 .

Darcellus

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Forms: Darcelli

npr. m. (script.) LL 131 a 8 , 12 . 395 a 3 f.b. g s. Darcelli, 131 a 7 .

Dar-cháirthinn

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Forms: Dar Cháirthinn, Dercháirthinn

i.e. Dar Cháirthinn (Cáirthenn npr. m.), npr. f. The daughter of Enna: Darchairthind ingen Ennai, Rawl. 89 c 29 . Darchairthend ingen Ennæ LL 347 h 14 . Also Dercháirthinn, a woman from Uachtar Aird, of the race of Colla Uais monarch of Ireland: Fél. Gor. Mar. 8 . D.¤ ó Uachtar Aird do ṡíol Colla Uais airdrí Érenn di, Mart. Doneg. Mar. 8 . LB 19 e .

Darcon

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gen. npr. m. mac Nía meic Darcon LL 146 a 40 .

dardal

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n storms, tempest , v. derdan.

Dardain

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pn o,pl. (probably -áin, see LL 2 b 10 ). Δάρδανοι the Dardanians : Traic Troian Dardain Dalmait Daic, Rawl. 116 b 43 . 149 a 6 . Goith ┐ Dalmait ┐ Dardain ┐ Istria, Alex. 101 . BB 17 a 26 . Frigia Dalmait Dardaín LL 2 b 10 (accent meant for `a').

dardán

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n a humming or buzzing , v. dordán.

Dardán

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Forms: Dardan, Dardan

o,npr. m. Irish adaptation of Gk. Δάρδανος (Dardănos): ruc dana Electra mac aile .i. Dardán, TTr. 21 . clainni Dardáin, ib. 1690 . Ænias mac Anachis do chenél rígdha claindi Dardain, Aen. 1577. 2366 . mic Dardain, Ir. Nen. 34. 17 . Dardan (g s.) BB 4 a 51 , 57 . nom. Dardan, ib. 38. 15 . Lec. 357 b 28 . BB 3 b 28 . 4 a 20 . For -án cf. dardándae.

Dardándae

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pn Dardanius : poetae pro Dardanio (gl. dardánde) posuerunt Dardanum, Sg 38 b 2 .

dardóin

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Forms: dardáin, cétáine, cétáin

n dardáin, indecl. Thursday from *etar-dá-óin between two fasts, i.e. between cét-áin and áin diden; hence it never, like cét-áin (g s. cétáine, cétáin), forms a g s. in -áine, dia dardáin being the constant form from the earliest occurrences up to the present day. The accent falls on the ultimate, comp. Bodl. ACC, RC xx 164. 1 : teged Colomb cundáil cáin: i teg a ríg cech dardáin. Though dardáin does not seem to occur in Old-Ir. MSS, its appearance in such old texts as the ACC and the Brehon Laws is sufficient proof of its Old-Ir. origin. The e of the unaccented `etar' would naturally assimilate itself to a preceding dé or dia, possibly as early as the early 8th century when dia was still dé.

(a) dé dardáin, dia dardáin on Thursday : de dardain táinic gan mairg: Mongan co carruic Eolairg, Imr. Br. i 87. 8 . cóiced laithe lígaide: dia dardain...ticfet toirne díglaidi on the fifth day, on Thursday SR 8150 . ib. 7699 . dia dardaoin ruccad Fiontan...as dia dardaoin atbath TF 10. 13 (A.D. 610 in a poem ascribed to Colmán mac Fergusa). ronfuabair dia dardain duind CMR ii 221 . dia dardáin doteigdis luirg: for mag mBreg rais breccda bairdd IT iii 17. 3 . isin chethramad amsir in domain tancatur Gaedil i nHérinn...dia dardain arái lathe sechtmaine LL 14 b 50 ( THom. 100. 25 ). dia dardáin cablaide ZCP viii 206. 11 . 'Maunday Thursday' ZCP x 373 . ní loingedh acht dia doṁnaigh ┐ dia dardaoin namá FM i 304. 10 . a écc dia dardaoin, ib. iii 420. 15 . RC xiii 429. 7 f.b. dia dh.¤ BB 33 a 49 . Lism. L. 1437 . dia dardóin cennla on Maundy-Thursday : do uṁalóit dia dhardáin cennla dona senóirib, Lism. L. 1437 . LB 159 a 64 .

(b) indep. of `dia' as an indecl. subst. fem. cédaín is dardaín do saeraib oen diden ┐ satharnd do [f]richnaṁ, Laws iv 216. 5 ; ib. 7. 9 ; 218. 7 , 5 , 3 , 1 f.b. ; in verse, ib. 216. 10 f.b. ; 218. 1 , 7 . isin dardoen ria fél Petair, Mar. Sc. ZE 609 n. MacC. 15. 5 . féil Brénainn innocht fri dardain, ib. 609 . teged a spirut for nem cech dardain (dardáin LU), Bodl. ACC, RC xx 162. 19 ; ib. § 45 . KMMisc. 255. 6 . dardain Chongalaich na ttriath FM ii 658. 16 . onóir ┐ cádus don dardain...úair isin dhardain rochuir Dia a chorp hi nglanrúin bargeni ┐ fína for tús PH 327 . fail...mórfeisser cecha dardáin ┐ .xii. cacha sathairn duit a pianaib, 116. 12 . cecha dardáin, THom. 36. 2 . for d.¤ ALC A.D. 1288 . ZCP viii 111. 3 . dardóin mandál (or mbandála) Maundy Thursday, through popular etymology usually written d.¤ mbandála (Meyer). Cf. an ṁandáil the Maundy Maundev. § 28 . gacha dardáin mandáil ZCP ix 248. 4 . d.¤ mbandal aniu LB 238 c . ag urnaigthi dardain manndála R.I.A. H 3. 18, 557 . dardaoin fresgabhála Ascension Thursday ALC i 136. 8 ; cf. diardaoin deasgabhála id. Donlevy 64. 10 .

MOD. (a) dia d.¤ , dé d.¤ is in spoken Irish always con- tracted to dé'rdaoin: dḟág sé an baile seo dé'rdaoin seo caithte. For dé cf. dé haoine on Friday. Dialectically in the sense of (b): naché an dé'rdaoin an lá amáireach (Kerry).

(b) dardaoin, Doneg. deardaoin (by analogy with dea haoine, i.e. dia h.): in d. seo chughainn next Thursday.