Cite this: eDIL s.v. Darluigdech or dil.ie/14683

Forms: Dar Luigdech, Darlugdach, Derlugdach, Derlugach

npr. f. (i.e. Dar Luigdech): Darlugdach LL 353 a 20 f.b. Darlugdach abbatista Cille Dara, Ir. Nen. 162. 1 . Darluigdeach, ib. 4 . Derlugdach banabb Chille Dara i ndedhaidh Brighde, Fél. Gorm. Feb. 1 . Derlugach, Mart. Taml.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. darm or dil.ie/14684

Forms: darmu, darmi-

pref darmu, darmi- (darmiregtais, Trip. 204. 19 ). See tar, tarmi, tremi.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. darmna or dil.ie/14685

Forms: daramon

n ā, g s. f. of nom. †daramon secondary vn. of dairid, modelled on such formations as glenamon, lenamon, tlenamon. Heat (in cows or ewes) Only Laws iii 230. 25 : bla tarb ┐ reithe darmna; 'heat is the immunity of bulls and rams' EIF 151 n. 109 .

The only support for a n s. darmna is O'Dav. 741 : darmna .i. dáir na máine nó na cethra; but O'Davoren's only source of information was the Laws, and his note in explanation of the word has been taken from the commentary to the passage quoted above, Laws iii 232. 2 : .i. slán dona tarbaib ┐ dona reithib in ré suthain bít ac dáir na máine.— Obs. Cf. dáir, dairid, dairt, dartaid.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. darna or dil.ie/14686

Forms: darna, tarna

adj the second; one of two. It prefixes h to a vowel immediately following. in darna huair déag MR 106. 12 . díarraid in darna hingen díb, Acall. 4134 . isin darna leth don phupal, ib. 2461 . 4976 . 2474 . 2481 . in darna súil, LFl. ii 16 a 1. 21 . Mod. darna and tarna (orig. only masc.), Conn. From OIr. ind ala nái. Cf. dara.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. Darnisa or dil.ie/14688

npr. f. Daughter of Ernan mac Coluim Ruit. Darnisa et Sinech et Crón nó Críta trí ingena Ernain LL 348 j 18 . trí ingena Ernin mic Coluim Ruit .i. Darnisa ┐ Sinech ┐ Crón, ib. 353 b 46 = Lism. L. p. 336. 9 f.b. , where she is mentioned as a `uirgo sancta Brigitae Sanctae subiecta.' Probably = Dar n-Isa, v. 4 dar.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. daróc or dil.ie/14689

Forms: darrog, daróg

n ā, f. late diminutive from dair. A small oak. darrog Lhuyd. daróg O'R. Sc. darag HSD, M‘Alp., Macd. v. dair .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. Daróma or dil.ie/14690

Forms: Doroma, Daromæ, Daróma

Doroma, npr. f. A virgin ; her natale at Sinnada in Syria is commemorated in Mart. Hier. at xii kl. Oct. ind rígain Daroma (v.l. Doroma) cona slóg ronsnáda, Fél. Oeng. Sep. 20 (gl. .i. uirgo, p. 210. 4 ). Daromæ (gen.) LL 362 g 35 . Daromae ingine, Rawl. 157. 24 . Daughter of Conchobar: ingen Daroma ingine Conchobuir, Rawl. 130 b 11 . Probably Daróma (cf. Fél.).


Cite this: eDIL s.v. †darpuit or dil.ie/14691

ind cath Ocha for Oilill Molt darpuit (darpuit) BB 77 d 6 . No such word appears in the numerous accounts of this battle in LL, BB, and Book of Lecan. Possibly darpuit is due to a misreading of a Latin entry Ailill Molt oqpuit (oqbuit) in old Annals. Perhaps for dár' thuit ZCP x 373 . Or mistranscription of dú arthuit, with which compare: Cath Detna ... for Ardgal ... du artoit BB 77 b 17 . Cath Cluana ... du narthoit C., Lec. 590 b 19 . RC xxxvii 20 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. darré or dil.ie/14693

ind LL 135 b 4 , i.e. dar Ré.