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1 Daithen o,npr. m. I A Connaught poet, killed by
the Bile Dathi.Craeb Belaig Dathi ┐ issí romarb Dathen
in filid, RDinds. § 160 .Dathen éices isé romarb in bile LL
170 b 14 .Craeb Dathi (Daithin)named after him LL l.c. ,
5 Hogan 299 a .Cf. 2 Daithen. II One of the king of Tara's
six cupbearers:atcondarc and sessiur...sé dálemain ríg
Temra insin .i. Uan ┐ Broen ┐ Banna Delt ┐ Drúcht ┐
Dathen LU 92 b 10 = BDD § 108 ; O'Curry Manners iii 144 .
One of the Fir Crannche, slain by Cuchulainn:forécmangaid
10Firu Crandce .i. dá Artinne...┐ Drúcht ┐ Delt ┐ Dathen...
co torchratar lais TBC 2021 . LU 75 b ( TBC² 1678 )
mentioned among thecethri fir deac Focherda:dá Ardáin
...Drúcht Delt Dathen&c. III Son of Cú Cumsaid:sé
meic la Coin Cumsaid ... Daithean&c. BB 153 a 29 .

15 2 Daithen gen.inBile Daithen,n.l.inTir Mainiin
Connaught, associated withnpr. 1 Daithen:Daithen éigius
romarb in bili is de atá Bili Daithen i Tír Maini ┐ is ris
adberar Bili Scaithen aniu BB 249 a 28 .Bili Daithen
YBL 192 b 18 (in same passage); also in LU,v. Hogan
20 115 a .—Cf. 1 DaithenandDathí.

Daith-gel o&ā,npr. m. n s. Dathgel mac Tigernaig
BB 70 b 8 =Dathgeal m. T., 70 a 36 .Dathgel mac Conga-
land, 76 a 26 .Daithgel (Dathgel) Dallbhéimnech, Anecd.
ii 54 sq. g s. (a)Dathgil meic Tigernaig BB 72 d 6 =Daithgil
25m. T., 72 b 49 .Daithgil meic Congaland, 76 a 24 . Phonet.
Daigil, 76 a 30 . (b)Dathgaile meic Congaland, 73 c 32 ( =
Daithgile, Rawl. 146 c 9 ).Daithgili meic Cernaig, 158 b 20
( =Dathgaile, Rawl. 161 a 14 ). Mann. and Cust. ii 133 . —
g s. Dath-gailepoints to a cpd.daith-gal.Cf. dath-(daith-gel).

30 daithgen n o. Light .drúcht la daithgen, Petrie's Tara,
p. 10 = Lec. 593 a 21 .Cf. 2 daithe,daithen.

Daith-guss u,npr. m.Seedath-.

Daithil o,gen. npr. m. mac Dicolla meic Daíthil meic
Senda BB 159 a 43 .

35 daithius n ulatero,m.(1 daith). Nimbleness .ba
droṅgdathius (: flaithius) droṅg ndígaind LL 21 a 14 = Lec.
583 b 18 .cu mórdhathuis ( : Rois) BB 275 b 30 .lór
dathais (: leis), Ériu v 90. 9 .

daithnigud n u,m. Ashining .rogab daithnegud a llá
40 H 3. 18,64 a =soillsigud, O'Mulc. 329 ,v.s. daithen.

Daithenach o,npr. m. Daethennach, Mart. Don.
Oct. 1 =Doithnennach( LL 363 d 4 ),q.v.

dáithnech adj o-ā. Satisfied PH.dáethanach RC xxvii
307 =dóithenach,q.v.

45 Daithnennach o,npr. m. macDaithnendaich BB 157 b
48 .ingenDaithnennaig , 187 a 26 . =Doithnennach,q.v.

daithnit n daithnid=dainit,q.v.

Daithri pn name of a tribe BB 17 a 30 .

1 dál n o,n. I Apart,share :dál .i. rand, Corm. 14 , Tr. 52 .
50 daal lingua Hibernorum partem significat Beda i cap. i .
dál .i. rann, Cóir Anm. § 249 ; O'Cl.dáil .i. roinn,ib.This
is probably only an attempt of the grammarians to explain
the original meaning ofdál II. Similarly O'Flaherty
supposed the meaning prolesposterity.
55 II Adivision, asept,tribe; thelandinhabited by a tribe.
dál .i. rand.inde diciturDál Riata ┐ Dál nAraide, Corm. 14 ,
Tr. 52 . Only in tribe-names.g s. dáil:luid Patraic a
crích Dáil Araidi, Trip. 168. 5 (cf. ib. 164. 10 ).Dáil
Chaiss LL 354 e .d s. de Dál Araide LL 311 a 32 .
60 do D. ¤ A., ib. 349 c 39 .doDháil(sic)Chuinn, Rawl.
112 b 45 .a s. la Dál Mesi Corb, ib. 27 .—For the neuter
gendercf.tribe-names such as:Dál nAraidi( LL 311 c 1 ),
D. ¤ nAulaim( LL 331 b 6 ,f. D. ¤ nUlaim, Onom.),D. ¤
mBairdeni( H 3. 17,790 ),D. ¤ mBaiscinn,D. ¤ mBec Cuind
65( Lec. 128 ),D. ¤ ṁBuachalla( LL 331 a 44 ),D. ¤ mBuain
( ib. 349 e 61 infra ),D. ¤ mBuinni( ib. 331 b 16 ),D. ¤ mBundruini
( LL 331 c 5 ),D. ¤ cCais( BB 182 heading),D. ¤ cConchubair,
D. ¤ nDruithne,D. ¤ nDuibne,D. ¤ nEogain,D. ¤ fFiatach, D. ¤
nlmde( LL 318 c 21 , Expuls. 150 ),D. ¤ nIochair,D. ¤ nOengusa,
5 D. ¤ nUidne( Expuls. 149 .Dál Uidne mic Chonrui, H 2. 17,
p. 157 ),D. ¤ n-Uisce. Onom. CRR p. 109 sq. , p. 150 .—
For a list of territorial divisions beginning withDálsee
McNeill,Population Groups 65 , and Onom.
MOD.Dálin place-names.