Dauíth

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Forms: Dauíth, Dabíd, Daibith, Dauid, .dd., .bb., Duaid, Dauid, Dauíth, Dauid

npr. m. = Daibíth mac Iasse, King David. There is no genuine Ir. npr. Dauith; no bearer of the name occurs before the time of Patrick.—Disyllabic, rhyming with díth SR 5712 , 5912 , 5944 ; with fír 5934 , 5950 ; with síd 5680 , 5958 , 6652 ; with sír 5940 .— Dauíth SR pass. Dabíd (MS. d̅d̅; leg. Dauíd) Wb 5 b 5 . Daibith Lism. L. 3319 , 4455 . Dauid in full, Thes. ii 301. 1 (Hy. Col.). Usually abbreviated: .dd. ( Mil 136 c 1 , 136 d 10 , 145 c 5 ) or .bb., cf. Ériu v 172 n. —The true Ir. form is Duaid, Duíd (Duïd ZCP iii 20 - 21 ) from older Dauid; Dauíth (Dabíth) is due to Lat. influence. Gradually the latter form gained ground and is the only one used in Mod.-Ir. (Dáibhídh with lengthening of the first syllable). While Duíd is indeclinable, Dauid partly shows Lat. inflexion ( quies Dauidis AU A.D. 522 ), and partly is treated as a genuine stem in -i: aithesca Dauida ┐ Essias PH 3888 . i fiadnaise Dauida, ib. 4131 . do numir clainne Dauida, Rawl. 73 b 7 . ríge Dauitha, Lec. 359 a 18 .— Indecl. athair Dauíd SR 5712 . mac D.¤ , Hy Fiach. 90.3 .

Introduced with Christianity as a npr. m. Well-known bearers of the name are D.¤ Cille Muine, who died A.D. 588 according to CS; cf. Lism. L. 2057 , 2530 ; ib. p. 342 sq. D.¤ mac Maelcoluim, rex Alban et Bretan, died A.D. 1153, Vit. Col. 407. 5 . D.¤ mac Coluim BB 149 a 7 . D.¤ mac Gúairi bishop of Armagh, died A.D. 550 FM; cf. AU A.D. 552 . Further D. of Inis Cuscraidh, Mart. Don. p. 398 . St. D.¤ mac Nisi, ib. D.¤ Mór LL 392 a 30 . D.¤ mac Lucas, ib. 390 b 32 .—Cf. Duaid.

1 daul

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n = 1 dul, q.v.

2 daul

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see 4 dul.

Daula

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Forms: Daulo, Dula, Daela, Dula, Dulo

npr. m., of unknown origin; also Daulo, Dula, Daela. n s. Daulo diatát Corco Daulu, Anecd. iii 58. 29 . Grigga ┐ Dula ┐ Mainne diatá Gregraighe ┐ Corco Daelai ┐ Muinnige, ib. 58. 23 . athair iarom ind Olchon Cráibdig sin .i. Dula mac Laidir LL 326 h 15 f.b. g s. Corco Daulai, Anecd. iii 58. 22 . Corco Daulu, ib. 29 . Corco Daelai, ib. 24 . .vii. mic Daula LL 326 g 4 f.b. mac Daula, 326 h 3 , 5 , 11 . 326 i 11 . mac Daula mic Laitir LB 16 c 10 . mac Dula LL 326 i 23 , 326 i 20 f.b. cland Dula mic Laidir, ib. 326 i 10 f.b. Perhaps also in Mag Dola (Dolo, Dula; campus Dulo), as to which cf. Hogan 517 b .—Cf. Dalo.

dáulta

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n a p. RC xii 60. 22 . See dálad.

daur-

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n in Daur-gabal, daur-ḟid, daur-gráine, daur-mag, Daur-ṡáegul, &c. See dair.

Daurach

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derivative of daur.

ā, npr. f. Daughter of Enna mac Cormaic LB 15 d 43 . Comp. Gaul. DERVACIOS, Holder.

daurauth

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n see dair-ḟid.

Daurdabla

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Forms: Durdabla

pn -blao, Durdabla, i.e. dair dá bla. Name of Dagda's harp RC xii 108. 7 , 11 .

daurdae

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adj oaken = dairde, q.v.