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2 darba n abondwoman , syn.cumal.darba .i. cumal .i.
bantraill H 3. 18,p. 68 c .darba .i. imat .i. cumal amail
atberr a Cáin techta bered darba mucha anfis .i. cumal ó
55chách tar éisi, O'Dav. 629 .rohír dam...deich ndairbé,
Amra Conrói, Ériu ii 3. 8 (H 3. 18 gl..i. bancumala; darba
YBL.ndarba, Eg. 88).atgaith dom...deich ndærba, ib.
4. 7 (H 3. 18 gl.cumala;v.l. ndarba, Eg.darbaYBL).
Thedeich narba H 3. 18,p. 651 (gl..i. deich cumala)
60stands fordeich ndarbaand the glossator'sarba .i. cumal
is a vox nihili.
All these forms seem to originate from an old com-
pounddáir-bé,dáir-bae,dáir-ba(cf. dermár:dermăr).
It is hardly necessary with Stokes, Ériu ii 9 , to assume two
65etymologically different wordsdáir-beanddarba(Stokes'
darb, Ériul.c., RC xxvii 88 , is an imaginarysg.todarba,
H 3. 18 readsdarba); for `darba' may be ascribed to the
attempt of the grammarians to bring the no longer under-
stood `dairba' (i.e. daorbha) into accordance with the rule
5`leathan la leathan.' Thatdáir-bé, as might be suggested,
is only an etymologizing transformation ofdarbais strongly
contradicted by the writingdærba, Amra Conrói H 3. 18 .

Darbais d s. n. l. i nDarbais a nairtherdeiscert Alban
atá .i. i ferann Martain atá i fail Bucain ┐ Oenglaisnomen
10loci eius nunc , Fél. Oeng. 240. 4 (v.l. indair bais).

darb-dóel n o,m. Ablack chafer :nó cern doroine in
darbdael nó in doirb bái ina láim BB 250 a 50 . Pron.
daradaol, Munst.choṁ dona leis an tóin thiar de dhardaol
.i. an niṁneach GJ xiv 830 .Cf. dorb.

15 Darbelin npr. f. Daughter of Mac Iair, Mart. Don.
Oct. 26 .Darbelein, Fél. Gor. Oct. 26 gl. 5 .Darbilín
LB 98. 20 gl.Darbellinn LL 364 f. Darbelinn, Fél. Oeng.
229 n. 1 , Franc. MS.Dairblinn, ib. 228. 5 , Rawl. LL
353 b 48 her name isDerbinill; fordar:der,cf. Darbile.
20 Cf. Dairblinn.

1 Darbile npr. f. A virgin of Achadh Cuilinn in
West-Connaught:Darbile Achaidh Chuilind. do ṡliocht
Fiachrach mic Eachdach disein, Mart. Doneg. Oct. 26 ,
ib. p. 398 .Darbile, Fél. Gorm. Oct. 26 . AlsoDerbile:
25 Cell Derbiled i niarthar Chonnacht St. Dervila's church in
Mayo
Fél. Oeng.¹ cxxviii .Triallach DerbhileofAchadh
Cuilinn, Mac Firb. Gen. 711 .Derbile LB 262 a 12 f.b.
LatinisedDerbilia, Acta Sanct. lviii 893 . Probably =Dar
Filed(sic LL 354 d 46 ),acc. Dar bFiled,cf. Darbiledh
30(féil D.), Fél. Oeng. Aug. 3 (H 3. 18),Derbiled,ib. Rawl.
B 505 ,Cell Derbiled,Cell Dairbhileadh, Hogan, and the
nominatives Darbiled, Fél. Gor. Aug. 3 ,Derbiled, Mart.
Don. Aug. 3 :Derbiled do ṡliocht Fiachra mic Eachdhach
Muighmedhoin(cf. Oct. 26 ). For the interchange ofDar-
35andDer-, compareDairinill:Derinill,Darcháirthinn:
Dercháirthinn.Cf. Darfiled.

2 darbile n anoak-tree =bile darach:Mo Senoc Mughna
dano .i. Mughna darbile mór ┐ ba coimlethan a barr frisin
magh uile, Fél. Oeng. 258 Dec. 11 . The common name
40for this ancient tree ofMugnaisEó Mugna the yew of M.
(e.g. Fél. Oeng. 258. 21 in a poem ascribed to Niníne);
buteómay also be used of an oak as LL 147 a 32 :rop
eó uasind ḟid ropo rígda ind rail; RDind. 160 it is expressly
described as an oak:dair dano Eó Mugna...cét míach a
45thorud de dircnaib.

darcabáltid: n municepsdarcabaltithaucepscabaltith
nó lemnith, Thes. ii 42. 19 . According to the editors
darcabaltith`should glossparticeps.' Stokes' explanation
KZ xxxv 591 is wrong. Ifdarcabaltithstands fortarca-
50baltiththe meaning expected would be ` transgressor ,'cf.
tarcabáil.

Darcachéin, Darcuchán g s. npr. m. i tír Oe
nDarcachéin (v.l.nDarcuchan), Trip. i 164. 16 .

Darcaraind: pn D. ¤ Enda m. Trena BB 217 a 9 .

55 Darcarcrenn pn gen.inInis D. ¤ Ram Island in Lough
Neagh( Hogan 463 ):iar ngabáil Innsi D. ¤ AU ii 104. 4
(A.D. 1121).cara Innsi Darcairgrenn, ib. i 597. 1 f.b.
(A.D. 1056).Inis Daircairgren FM ii 872 n. r . Later
contracted toDraicrenn:iar ngabháil Innsi Draicrenn
60fair FM ii 1012.9(A.D. 1121).n s.†Darcarcriu, †Draicre
ifDarcarcrennis theg s.

Darcarthend npr. m. D. ¤ mac Maithe LL 333 c 48 .

Darcellus npr. m.(script.) LL 131 a 8 , 12 . 395 a 3 f.b.
g s. Darcelli, 131 a 7 .

65 Dar-cháirthinn i.e. Dar Cháirthinn(Cáirthenn npr.
m.),npr. f. The daughter of Enna:Darchairthind ingen
Ennai, Rawl. 89 c 29 .Darchairthend ingen Ennæ LL
347 h 14 . AlsoDercháirthinn,a woman from Uachtar
Aird
, of the race ofColla Uaismonarch of Ireland: Fél.
5Gor. Mar. 8 .D. ¤ ó Uachtar Aird do ṡíol Colla Uais airdrí
Érenn di, Mart. Doneg. Mar. 8 . LB 19 e .