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.

†daur-drochat

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n o,m. Contr. 593 , from LU 19 a 15 : lingid Cuchulainn iardain co mbói for tulchinniu ind lis ┐ forroebling a gaisced forsin | daurdrochut contorchartar dia nailchengaib in gaisced robátár isin dún.—Read `forsind aurdrochut' on the frontbridge

Daur-gabal

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Forms: Daurgabail, Dargabail

o,npr. m. LL 328 d 22 . gen. Daurgabail, ib. m. sup. Dargabail, 328 d 18 .

daurgne

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n io. An acorn. daurgne .i. gráne darach LL 311 b 18 . Synon. derucc, dercu, q.v.

Daurlus

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Forms: Daurlas, Durlus, Dúrlus, Derlus, Dairlas, Darlas, Daurluis

o; nl. m. Daurlas; Durlus, -as, Dúrlus (with secondary lengthening of u before -rl-), -as; Derlus, -as; Dairlas; Darlas; gen. Daurluis, -ais, &c.AU i 494. 3 ; 478. 16 ; 452. 26 ; 506. 13 ; ii 104. 3 ; 178. 13 ; 260. 20 . Rawl. 148 a 27 ; 159 a ; 129 a (Daurluis). Misc. Celt. Soc. 46. 1 . SG i 63. 8 (Dúrlas). FM Ind. Hogan 343 a . 390 a .—A compound with daur; the second element might be less.

Daur-ṡaegul

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npr. m. Lit. oak-age . LL 328 d 23 . See dair.