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45 dágain,dáigin, nin the prepositional phrasesar d. ¤ ,fo
d. ¤ ,im d. ¤ ,tri d. ¤ , with gen. becauseof, for thesakeof. In SR
always rhyming withÁdaim.
ar dágain:ar dáigin comalladh a dligid faichi, Laws
iii 252. 23 .ar dáigin bristi in aile for breaking the fence
50 ib. i 174. 15 ; 180. 7 .nocon ara ṅdaigin fén dogníd som
sin it was not for their sake he did it PH 877 .más ar
daighin a gaite rug les é, Laws iii 64. 17 .ar dagin a
homuin CZ iii 38. 10 . FM iii 280. 10 ; v 1426. 22 .ar
daighin caithmhi a [f]eoir no arbha, Rawl. 53 a 1 . Laws v
55210, n. 6 . (cf. cid ar daigin scartha ris,ib.).ar d. ¤ mellta for
the purpose of deceiving
, Rawl. 487,v . O'Don. Suppl. ar
daighne (sic) lesa,ib. s.v. daighin.ar daigin féise Temrach
do dénom SG 319. 5 .
fo dágain:in cuman lat ... na fuarus dulcc fot dagain
60 SR 1758 .foddagain, ib. 1762 . 1766 . 1770 . 1778 .fo
dagin terchomraic, Ériu iv 26. 16 .is fo daigind ina mná
feruimsi fáilti fritt IT i 144. 18 .fo dhaighin feithme ┐
fogluma MR 268. 1 .tictís...fó daigin óla SG 89. 1 .
roléicceadh fó dhaighin na comairce baoi aca FM v
651542. 16 .
im dágain:im dágin na ingine, Lg. § 11 .is cumma
a ét immon fer ┐ immon mnái...mom dágin se on my
behalf
RC xiii 383. 4 . Tig. 533 .
tri dágain:triat dágain SR 1774. 1782 .a fuarusa de
5ulc ...is tret dáigin se fuarus LB 112 b 50 (= MacCarthy
68. 1 ).
fo dágin conj. because,since :f. d. issed láa andsin im-
manárnic dosom frisin Liath Macha FB § 31 .f. d. isé
A. ragrádaig, TTr. 1015 . ib. 285 .fá dáighin doṡáilsat
10 CCath. 1777 . —Withcon + subj.inorderthat Lec. 441 b 31 .
Cf. dáig.

Dagairne npr. m. FM i 40. 7 .

Dagán o,npr. m. Fél. Sept. 13 . SR 5393 (v.l. Dagon).
5409 . LL 144 a 41 . 305 b 14 (-án). 308 b 16 . 351 f 1 .
15 DaghanInbir Dáile BB 385 a 30 . FM i 256. 4 .gen.
máthairDagain LL 373 a 57 .Dagan BB 214 a 30 .do
thempul... Dagáin (: gráin) SR 5408 . quiesDaghain, Tig.
640 . —Cf. Dagānus, Holder.

dagar. xSeedaiger.

20 Dagdae pn io,m.(phonet.Daga, Acall. 5678 ).A
mythological hero, also calledEocho Ollathir (.i. in Dagda
mór mac Eladan[mac Eithlenn LL 266 b 38 ] LL 9 b 17 .
Eochaid Ollathair .i. in Dagda do gabail rige BB 11 b 46
= MacCarthy 292. 32 ),Dagán LL 245 b 41 ,Cratan Cain,
25 144 a 40 ,Cera H. 3. 18,633 d. ¤ —Explained asdag-día the
good god :dagdia Tuathi Dé Danand LL 266 b 38 .Dagda
.i. dag de BB 251 b 10 ..i. daghdia, O'Mulc. 290 . —Usually
preceded by the definite article (gen. inDagdai ,inDagda ,
LL 9 b 18 , 27 , 42 . 10 a 20 , b 34 . 11 b 8 , 13 . 127 b 4 .
30 137 a 32 , 33 . 144 a 40 . 203 b 25 . 208 b 8 sq. 209 b 29 .
BB 32 a 24 . 33 b 19 ).—co ndegart in Dagda RC xii 108. 6 .
in Dagda donn, Metr. Ds. ii 10. 23 .Dagda daith LL
164 a 9 .d s. don Dagdo LL 164 a 25 .ónDagdea , ib. 28 .
LOC. Acall. 1502 . —Cf. Holder s. v. Dago- .

35 dago n .i. roga H 2. 15,p. 30 . O'D. Suppl.

†dagsad: ind bad cuma la nech frisnebir troscud: bid oc
séire consásad muna dagsad a loscud CZ vii 312 § 21 .

1 †dai: adj is de ní bí utmaill indai hence the pleader(dai)
is not to be unsteady(Stokes) Corm. 13 s.v. cuisnit. Read
40 ind ái and cf.Contr.,ái a suit at law(feminine).

2 dai: adj is erchraidi in domun dai, Rawl. 158. 31 = CZ
viii 218. 22 . =dúi,dói.

3 dái adj bad,evil ;daoi malusO'Molloy.dai-bill bad-poor
Fél. G. May 8 (Stokes, quite uncertain).dái=
45 dói,q.v.

Dái npr. m. v. Daui.

dáib pron to ye , frequent Mid-Ir. spelling ofdúib. See prep.do.

daibchín n daibchíne a littletuborvat . Seedabach.

daibill n Fél. Gorm. May 8 .v. dóibell.

50 Daibíth npr. m. BB 6 b 20 .Dabíd, Wb 5 b 5 .mac-
Daibith LL 337 g 5 . BB 6 b 20 . Abbreviated.bb.See
Dauid.

daic: ind Ba chuta damsa ón ale bar Cuchullainn. Inund
són ┐ daic dím CRR 44 .

55 Dáic pn f. Dacia, theDacians Rawl. 116 b 43 , 149 a 6 .
Cf. Dacia LL 135 b14 ; 136 a . TTr. 1130 .

Dáich pn pl. npr. m. séDáich LU 80 b 33 . SeeDaui.

daid pron=duit:fochen daid a Llugaid TBC 1042 Y;dait,
ib. 1049 . 1055 . Seedo.

60 Daid gen. npr. m. Father of Corc:mac Cuirc meic
Dhaíd meic Cuineda BB 218 c 47 .

daidbir i. Fromdo-andadbar. Also phonetically
writtendaibir, Acall. 3288 . Lib. Flav. 33 b 1 . 5 f.b.
BB 382 b 17 .—There is nodaidberwith broad r as Atkinson
65(PH vocab.) supposed.
I n Poor,indigent, apoor person , opp.saidbir, sóinmech.
Often joined todochonáig,deireóil,dóinmech,etc. SR
7654 . Fél. Oct. 254. 6 .mad in céile bis d. ¤ if it be the
tenant that is indigent
Laws ii 340. 1 .is fearr lium
5beith daibir deireoil dom deoin, Lib. Flav. 33 b 1 . 5 f.b.
dóinmech cach d. ¤ , Arch. iii 229. 26 .ba d. ¤ dochonáigh é
ar tús TF 70. 17 ; 72. 17 . SG 402. 6 . Fen. 272. 16 .etir
ṡáidbir ┐ daidbir PH 4153 .a pl. saer na bochta ┐ na
féchemain daidbre on chís PH 458 .
10 II adj Feeble .dóib nír bo d. ¤ cech dál LL 136 b 50 . plur.
fir nachdat daidbre(daidbri BB 382 b 17 )im deibech LL
156 b 38 .
COMP.daidbre adj poorer :ciarbo daidbir anallana in teg sa
gurab daidbre innossa SG 402. 26 . TFr. 72. 18 .
15MOD.daidhbhir.