dardán

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n a humming or buzzing , v. dordán.

Dardán

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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.

Darer

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pn = Darera BB 284 a 39 .

Darera

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npr. f. Darera is Ruamail ríg Laigen. lánamain rígda corrath LL 138 b 7 . n s. Darear ben Rumaill BB 284 a 39 (cf. Darearc = Darerca, ib. 218 f 27 ). Luath mac Darera rí Cruithentuaithi, Lec. 354 b 43 ; 355 a 33 . Darera drái, ib. 361 b 34 . D.¤ .i. drúith Mic Con, ib. 49 (npr. m. ?)

Darerca

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Forms: Dar Erca, Darerca, Darercca, Darerce, Darerca, Darerca, Dererca, Darerce, Darearc

npr. f., i.e. Dar Erca (cf. Mac Erca),

(a) one of St. Patrick's five sisters. Her festival was on the 22nd of March. n s. Darerca: Thes. ii 309. 16 . Trip. 412. 25 ; 432. 12 ; 550. 10 . Darercca, Fél. Oeng. 68 (ad Feb. 6 ). Darerce: Lupait ┐ D.¤ , Trip. 252. 2 .

(b) the foundress of Killery. Her festival was on the 6th of July. n s. Darerca: D.¤ ainm Moninni Slébe LL 354 d 5 f.b. = Lism. L. 300. 5 f.b. . S. Darerca FM A.D. 517 . g s. Darerca: quies D.¤ Cille Slébe Cuilinn quae Moninne Aninne Sanatho postea nominata est , Cron. Sc. 38. 9(A.D. 514); latinised Darercae: quies D.¤ que Moninne nominata est AU i 40. 3 (A.D. 518).

(c) Darerca ingen Ercain the mother of Ciarán mac Beonaid of Clonmacnois: Darerca ainm a máthar sicut ipse dixit: Darerca mo máthair si... Beoid an sáor mathair si, Cron. Sc. 48. 14 (A.D. 544), cf. Lism. L. 398. 3ff . Darerca nomen matris eiusdem LL 348 col. 8 . D.¤ máthair Ciaráin mic Beonaid LL 372 b 48 ; BB 213 a 13 .—Also Dererca: Derercce, Fél. Gorm. Sept. 9 (Sanctae Darercae, Mart. Tam. Darerce, Mart. Don.)— Nom. Darearc BB 218 f 27 . 212 a 3 . 213 a 13 .

Darfiled

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npr. f. Darfiled indsi Cethig i nIrrus Domnann LL 354 d 46 . Cf. Darbile.

Darfind

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npr. comram Echdach mic Darfind: fil a thindrem issin glind ZCP ii 43 st 16 ; 44 st 17 (: glind).

1 Dárḟine

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npr. f. The daughter of Tuathal Techtmar: isé Tuathal Techtmar tuc bórama a Lagnib i ninad marbtha a dá ingen .i. Fithir ┐ Dárḟini LL 23 b 31 . rohadnacht Fithir ┐ Darḟini dí ingen T. T., ib. 200 a 53 . The rhyme Dárine: lámire, LL 296 a 5 , proves short i. See 2 Dáiríne.

2 Dárḟine

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pn = Dáirine, q.v.