Dathal

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o,npr. m. mac Dathail, Rawl. 158. 38 . LL 326 e 23 ; ib. 19 f.b. ; 331 c 51 . mors Dathail episcopi hui Duibleni AU i 306. 13(A.D. 816); cf. 1 dath (dath: Dathal = cath : Cathal) and Dath-gal, Dath-gus.

dathamail

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Forms: daithemail

adj i, daithemail, derivative from 1 dath and 2 daith.

I Coloured : HSD from MSS; no instance from Ir.

II Of a fair complexion or colour; fine, handsome, beautiful, comely, graceful : datta .i. dathaṁail, O'Cl. do drechaib digraisi dathamla MR 114. 20 . Frequent in Mod.-Ir.: dá mairfeadh an dís dathaṁail (of Diorraing and Oscar), Oss. i 70. 17 . moluidhsi an tighearna...óir is dathaṁuil ┐ is aoibhinn a ṁoladh, Bedel Ps. cxlvii 1 . Cf. 1 Cor. vii 35 . Often said of girls: bean bhreagh dhathaṁail, Séadna 51. 21 ; 82. 9 .—Lhuyd (datheṁail and dathaṁuil pleasant), P. O'C. O'Br. O'R. Dinn. ; Sc. dathail, HSD. Macd. M‘Alp.

dathamlacht

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Forms: daithemlacht

n daithemlacht ā, f. abstr. of dathamail. Comeliness, gracefulness; majesty : daitheamlacht .i. mórd- hacht, Eg. Gl. 236 . dochuir an caipín sin ort a ndathaṁ- lacht go mór tú, R.I.A. 33 L 39, p. 152. 22 . atá glóir ┐ dathaṁlacht ós a choinne. atá neart ┐ scéiṁ iona ṡanctóir, Bedel Ps. xcvi 6 . is glóir ┐ is dathaṁlacht a obair, ib. cxi 3 .—dathaṁalachd, dathaṁlachd honour, respect, decency , Lluyd. Con. O'Br. OR. Dinn. — Sc. dathaileachd, Macd.

dathamlae

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Forms: dathaṁla

n , f. abstr. of dathamail. dathaṁla likeli- ness, comeliness, gracefulness P. O'C.

dathamnas

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Forms: dathaṁlacht

n u, m. = dathaṁlacht O'R.; formed ana- logically to dathaṁail (dathaṁlacht, dath) on the model of flaitheaṁnas: flaitheṁail (flaitheaṁlacht, flaith).

Dathán

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ZCP x 374 . npr. m. Son of Tnúthgal Admall mac Congalann: dá mac leis .i. Dathan ┐ Dochartach BB 76 a 39 . D.¤ mac Tnúthgalaig, 76 a 39 . Dathan ótáit húi Dathan, ib. 76 a 40 . —Core Abiron Dathán (: án) SR 4464 . tír Dathain (: láin), ib. 7178 . Name of a demon SG 48. 3 .

dathan

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n (ghostword): ech dond co ndathan a ái fair isé sin atáighsem Moling § 68 . Leg. dath án RC xxxvii 13 .

†dathan

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n a nursling, foster-child (in Bérla na Filed): dathan do dual re dathnait .i. dalta do dealughudh re bhuime ZCP v 488 § 3 .

dathannach

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adj o-ā, deriv. of dath. Coloured . bréid d.¤ dyed frieze. léine d.¤ a `print' shirt (Dinn.) &c., cf. CMO ed. Foley p. 145 a .

? dathant

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n : i nd(o)ant (.i. ina do teinnit ł ina dathant (= dá thant?)) Bretha 44 § 34 . Cf. dant, ? teinnit.

dathatóir

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Forms: dathadóir, dathadóra, dathadóiridhe

n i, m. nom. ag., formed from dathaid as tugatóir, spelatóir, figetóir, from tugid, spelaid, figid. A dyer ; also transf.: an tég sin í Eidirsceóil dom déraibh is dathadóir...dobheir ég í Eidirsceóil dér ar dherc na dhathadóir, Celt. Soc. Misc. 336. 2 . MOD. dathadóir g s. dathadóra, n p. dathadóiridhe, one that dyes or colours , still, in use; P. O'C. Lhuyd. Coneys. O'R. Dinn. Transf. one who colours the truth or exaggerates (Conn.); cf. 1 dath V and dathugud, Keat. i 18. 27 .— Sc. dathadair, HSD. Macd. c.s. Hence