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Dindanach n.pr. m.: gen. Dindanaigh, AU 792 .

Dindatach n.pr. m.: Dindotach, Rawl. 141b35 ; BB 112b53 ;
gen. Dindotaig, Rawl. 141b36 . Dindotaich, BB 113a3 .
Gormgal mac Dindataigh , AU 798 , cf. Gormgal mac [D]indna-
5taig , LL 42d10 .

1 dindba adj(-í-?) (indeb?) poor, indigent: d. ¤ .i. domma, O'Dav.
672 . d. ¤ .i. bocht, O'C. 1462 ( H. 3.18 650b ). is dinnba fri
heiric .i. ni bit ba aigi re híc nerca, 2489 ( Eg. 88, 39 (40)d )
( O'Dav. 672 ). mórda cech nd. ¤ , Tec. Corm. § 13.17 . diupar-
10tach cech d. ¤ , § 13.26 . do cach timm ┐ do cach duine dinba,
O'C. 779 ( H. 3.18 365b ). As subst. ar d. ¤ no ar deoraid, Laws
iii 322 Comm. ; i 276 Comm. (dinnba).

2 dindba n(cf. prec.) riches (?): d. ¤ .i. bocht ┐ d. ¤ .i. saidbris ┐
deismirecht air: altugud a d. ¤ fri Dia | is maith la Dia, is timna
15Dé | do dhuine dinnba fia Dia | nimaith la Dia is timna Dé,
O'C. 1462 ( H. 3.18 650b ).

dindell n(-í-?) (indell) act of annulling, cancelling (a contract,
etc.). See ZCP xv 345 . d. ¤ fornadma, ZCP xii 364.27 `Ableh-
nung einer Verpflichtung
', ZCP xv 345 . deithbir itir in diindell
20rathaigis ┐ in guudhud rathachais ┐ in saigid feicheman,
Bürgschaft 43 . See tinnell.

? dindethar: ind aisnethar díndethar, LU 5547 = osndethar
dinethar, TBC² 1066 .

dindgna n io,m., later often treated as t-stem in pl. dingna m.,
25 IGT Decl. § 2 . Compd. of dind?
(a) height, eminence, mound (gen. of low elevation, either
natural or artificial); a summit, a top: cach áth ┐ cach
díngnai . . . is áth ┐ dignai (dindgna, LU) Medba a ainm,
TBC² 1353 . nocho tarnastair mo rosc for tulaich ná dingna,
30 3411 . adfēd dō a n-iathu ┐ a n-áthu . . . a mardingnu (n-
arddingdnu, LU), 622 . o dingnu do dingnu ┐ o aill do aill,
Im. Br. ii 287 ( LU 1238 ). i ndindgnaib ┐ i cnocaib, FA 14 . de
dingnaib doss from the tops of bushes, Thes. ii 290 . in sliab . . .
co ndairib co ndindgnaib summits, Met. Dinds. iii 302 . for
35dindgnu secht nime, Fél. Ep. 120 . do diṅgnaib richid rindgil,
SR 4094 . Isu Crist . . . rotairnid de dingnaib richid, D iv 2,
74va29 . do dingnoip rightighi nemda, Fl. Earls 234 .
(b) a landmark, a notable place, a monument: lia Ailbe
primh-dindgnai Maigi Breg (of an obelisk), AU 998 . dindgnai
40Laigen . . . in sluindet na senchaide? Met. Dinds. iii 66 .
dindgnai Temrach the mounds and monuments on Tara Hill,
RC xv 280 . a n-anmand for dindgnaib uaislib hErend,
LL 13b43 . d'iarraid cnoc ┐ dingnadh in bhaili ir-rabutar
. . . maithi Fian, Acall. 1488 .
45(c) earth-built fort, stronghold in general (used in juxta-
position with dún, daingen, etc.): robo chalma in chathir-sin
┐ ropa dangen in d. ¤ (of Troy), LL 227a30 . rathocebaind mo
d. ¤ , 307b27 . cumsat ratha is rodindgna, 162b49 . ra-loisc . . . a
ndúni sa ndingnada, 27a18 . adba ind ríg . . . | ba dín, ba dún,
50ba d. ¤ , Met. Dinds. i 30 . ni raibh dún no daingean no diongna
dogabhadh ris an gláim, Cog. 114 . ra denam dunad ┐ d. ¤ ,
CRR 6 . i ndindgnaib (.i. hi cumtaigib) Dé Athar, Rawl.
106b28 , 31 . i ndindgnaib degfhlatha (i.e. heaven), Arch. iii
219 . a ngeba do dinghnaib ┐ cathrachaib i nEdail, Aen. 1201 .
55(d) Fig. of anything pre-eminent, supreme (common in
chevilles): fo fiadnaib i ndinngaib gal, SR 6051 . di dindgnaib
Roerenn = potentates, Thes. ii 295 . athair na mórchethra |
mó d. ¤ dam domun (of the Dond Cualgne), IT iii 246 . dingnaib
dál, SR 4949 . ZCP iii 21 . línib dindgnai, Met. Dinds. i 32 .
60 dingnaib rēimenn, ZCP vii 309 (= aidble remenn, Reeves
Ad. p. 274 ). do raighnibh . . . ┐ do firdingnaib na lann, CCath.
5245 . Perh. also: ba dingna in deghmhaccraidh, Duan. Finn
i 52.2 , ` outstanding, distinguished (?)', iii 253 (see dingna).

dindgnach adj o,ā (dindgna): dionn .i. tulach nó cnoc dionngnach
65 fortress-like (?), O'Cl.

? dindirecht n dysentery: dindirect .i. rith folo (gl. dysenteria),
Ardm. 189b2 ( Thes. i 498 ).

1 dindis n oath: .i. luige, O'Dav. 739 . dinnis .i. luighe no mionna,
O'Cl. dinnis ainm do luighi lán, Met. Gl. 23 . im d. ¤ duinethaide
70(.i. luigi), Laws i 236 ; v 300 = im dindas, i 184 . leith-
fiach la d. ¤ , iii 108 , .i. re taobh luidhe, 12 Comm.

2 dindis n contempt, reproach (?): dinnis .i. tarcaisne, O'Cl. féil
Chomgain cen dinnis, Fél. Feb. 27 . Iacob cen d. ¤ , July 25 =
cen d. ¤ (.i. cen dínsem), Fél.² cxiv .

75 ? dindúasad: n rorāde guth Dé . . . | bid he int ṡosar bas huasal |
cēin beo-sa 'coa d. ¤ sustaining, exalting (?), SR 1844 . Possibly
a compd. of dúasad.

díne n[io,n.?] n s. d. ¤ n-Ulad, LL 18b6 . m., IGT Decl. § 2 .
(a) a generation, age: cech tan chúimniges cech d. ¤ iar
80n-araile, Todd Lect. vi p. 18 . bid hi a ainm o sin imach | cu
tí in dine deiginach, Lism. L. 4743 . Cf. Acall. 2923 . roma-
rastair C. co tormail ix ndine a n-Erinn, IT iii 193 . adrum
Ríg . . . | rodelb d. ¤ cech duin[e], LL 17b12 . cích na críni mairg
nanib | dobeir díni fa gné duib woe to him who drains the
85breasts [of the Church] in her old age! It brings generations
(viz. his posterity) to sorrow
, 150a19 . tángadar Fir Bolc . . .
tancatar Fir Domnand . . . tángadar Tuath Dé, etc. . . .
misi i fail cech d. ¤ , Ériu iv 132 . ainm is mó . . . in cach d. ¤ co
dilind, Lec. 82b21 . fuair Ióseph bás ┐ a dhearbhráithre uile
┐ an d. ¤ sin go hiomlán, Exod. i 6 . nach racha an d. ¤ -si
5thoruinn, Matt. xxiv 34 . d. ¤ .i. líne no saoghal, O'Cl.
(b) race, tribe, group of persons connected by descent: [Aed]
du farclu sech cech nd. ¤ | di Moisten míne mrugaib, Thes. ii
295 (SP v). iarsin tic d. ¤ n-Ulad, LL 18b6 . secht ríg do chlaind
C. . . . | don gargd. ¤ ón thuile thiar, 333c42 . roga cacha tíre
10tall | ata fon d. ¤ deg-clann (of the Clann Augein), Rawl. 84b2 .
is amlaid sain bis ríge | garb a thús, tosach nd. ¤ beginning of
dynasties
, Ériu iv 106 .
(c) a number, a set of people (more or less loosely connected),
a band, a company (often the equiv. of dóine): cona chléir cain
15d. ¤ , Fél. Apr. 17 . sochla d. ¤ , 24 . fiad cech díniu in the sight of
all men
, May 27 . sechtmoga míli . . . | do díni mac n-Israhél,
SR 6868 . gabais in sluag raind ind faidb | . . . | cen ní don
dini bai i fus to those who, 6463 . mag maith . . . dinib derb-
dind a place of security to multitudes, 990 . nad rabi fiallach
20bad cumma gaisced frisin díni sin (i.e. the Greek army), LL
235a37 . Macha . . . rodedaig d. ¤ na láech, 21b10 . scéla derba a
ndi ingin, tuchtach d. ¤ , 35b43 . ba gnath in díni bec baeth |
immi na thig `The little childish company', Ériu vii 224 . rán-
catar tír a mbatar d. ¤ d'feraib Gaedhel, RC ix 20 . Cormac,
25Cuscraid, Conchobhar . . . ag sin d. ¤ deg-Ultach, MR 220 .
doluid cóica fer fuilngech, | ropo delbda in d. ¤ sin, Met. Dinds.
ii 4 . in tech mór, mílib amus | do dínib (dainib, v.l.) nirbo
dolus (i.e. it was conspicuous to all), i 30 . coicertu[i]s in dine
ndian the angry crowd, ZCP x 47 . iar sin siacht co d. ¤ in trir,
30 xii 245 § 5 . an d. ¤ as fherr d' aideadaib the best set of teachers,
Lec. 172b26 . mac Dé na nd. ¤ Lord of Hosts, 44a17 . go ruc
crine cruaid roscraid, | ní [f]uair dine da dingbail he found no
host (strong enough) to ward him off
, BB 61a17 .
(d) a number, series, row of things: co romarb díb, díni ndēr,
35fichi míli, SR 5627 ; 922 . isin dá clār-fiacail anis no isin dara
dine anuas, Laws v 354. Comm. ? airligud in dine (.i. in
diune) cach fir dána (= lot, item ?), 372 . d. ¤ dath, LB 108b37 .
(e) a number, herd of cattle; hence in wider sense cattle:
forggu dine `choicest of a herd', Laws iv 308 Comm. imbrecht
40fo na imbrecht do dine `driving a herd of cattle in and out',
v 490.10 . gach manach dobera | a edhbairt don ecclais | . . . |
rob leis fein a díni | oc treabhadh a tire, BNnÉ 309 . briuga cét
.i. cét cach d. ¤ lais, H. 3.17, 662 . tindscra cétach .i. cét do cach
crud ┐ do cach d. ¤ , Acall. 5797 . doasselbthea dine cech
45cethrae for se[i]lb Be[i]l, RC xi 442 (`the young of every cattle').
Cf. d. ¤ .i. tosach: d. ¤ gacha ceithre .i. tosach no céd-déntaidh
gach áirnéisi, O'Cl. (due perhaps to confusion of cét = 100
and cét = first in passages similar to Acall. 5797 supra).
ocht mba do rēir cirt cōrach | eneclann in leithōrach | forblad
50trom d. ¤ can ce[i]st, ZCP ix 171 . Of a single animal: tuagrothae
. . . issi a fochreicc, anam cach dine nō cach mīl immid-rēt,
Corm. Y 1082 s.v. rout. See also dínu.