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1 doén n(duine) (poet. term) human being: airddiu dēib doen
(.i. duni) a mortal higher than the gods, LL 311b17 ( Ält. Ir.
Dicht. ii 23 , cf. Ériu xiii 156 ). atotfugéra cech dóin, Fianaig.
80 14 . cia doen, cia dia (.i. cia an duine no an dea), Leb. Gab.
266 = cia dain, LL 12b47 ( IT iii 61 ). foimned digal doen
dogni let the mortal who does so beware of punishment, ZCP vii
312 . nā diuberar nach daen dia daghmāinib, ZCP xii 365 .
co ná ba cumachta do nach doen no mortal will be able, Ériu
85 ii 138 . nad inand airlither Dia do gach dáen, Anecd. v 23 .
daen, O'Dav. 342 ; 585 (daon, doin). doen, Rawl. 125b10 .
a p. fēgh na daena , Arch. iii 295 § 31 . Cant term for an
ollave (?): co dib rannuib for a .x. dílsem do doen (.i. ollam),
IT iii 31 (do daen, v.l.) (but gl. perhaps refers only to special
application of term and is not meant as a definition).
5Compds. ¤ ár slaughter of men: dringed dar dronga dōenā[i]r
(sic leg.?) he pressed through slaughtered hosts (?), FM 940
(: Faoláin). ¤ bras: dún dond daenbras (: taebglas) populous (?),
Anecd. i 68 . ¤ gein human-born. g p. Adam athair doene
doengein (: óengein), Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 42 § 50 ( Rawl. 115b36 ).
10 ¤ gnás: for doéngnas `in human use', ACC 31 ( RC xx 170 ).
¤ gus human power, force: daongus (.i. daingen), LL 393a5 =
daengus, BB 134a44 ( Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 21 ). ¤ ogam, Auraic.
5709 . See doénchaire.

2 doén xsee dáin.

15 doéna -cht xsee doénda, -cht.

? doénaid v pret. 3 s. (with 3 pl. suff. pron.): Nuadu . . . faibraib
derggaib dagríg[a] domuin dóensius , Rawl. 115a45 (`macht
er die tapferen Könige der Welt zu Vasallen
', Ält. Ir. Dicht.
i 40 ).

20 ? doenaigid: ind is dochma don menmain doenaigid dona hair-
cride in oenfect na mathiusa suthaine, RC ii 384 § 5 . Prob.
for deónugad, q.v.

doénchaire n iā, f. (*doénchar, see 1 doén, duinechair) love of
humanity, philanthropy: almsu ar a daenchaire do thabairt,
25 PH 6033 . serc duine ar daonc[h]aire, ZCP viii 215 . duinor-
cain cen doenchaire (outcome of ferg wrath), ZCP iii 26 ( Rawl.
39b2 ). Goodfellowship, geniality: nech comēcnigedar a chēli
ar doenchaire combi mesc `out of hospitality', Ériu vii 146 . See
doínechaire.

30 doénchairecht n= doénchaire: cor daenda .i. cunnradh doni-
thar ar d[a]enchairecht, O'C. 1895 ( 23 P 3, 22d ).

doénda adjO.Ir. doínd(a)e io,iā (1 doén). Also freq. doéna (perh.
a distinct deriv.). (a) pertaining to man; human, mortal: fri
namait in chineda doena, PH 2215 . ar cind in chiniuda
35dóenna, FA 15 (LU). ar tathcreicc in cineda doénai, Death-
tales 12 . do ícc an ceineóil daenna, 14 . ní fail foraithmet
dóenai conísad a chuimnigud, Lat. Lives 58 . nādūr in anma
doenae, 24 B 3, 124.18 . coimhsuigugud an cuirp daenna,
23 P 10, 21 (bis) a10 . tuidecht ina gnúis daenna don demon,
40 Anecd. ii 11 . ni ḟaicfed delb daena fair, RC xxvi 146 . da
faicdis ruisc daenda, 144 . a ndeilbh dháonna dhuine, Ériu ix
4.41 . gan saothar ndaonna, SG ii 470 . ón bes dóindu gl.
humano more, Ml. 51d25 , cf. 127d15 . a cumachtae ndoindae,
74b14 . inna mbriathar ndoinde, 21a11 . in molad dóinde,
45 Wb. 8d22 . dóindi gl. secundum hominem, 10d4 . nech cuirfes
cath dáenna fri demnaib, BNnÉ 65 . fri immad mbrig . . . ni
ruibem cen ríg ndóenna (i.e. a man as our king, not God), SR
5540 . As subst. human being: gidh olc mé, nír millius daenna,
Arch. iii 241 . seōid in talman . . . a fúair duine ┐ dáenna man
50or mortal
, MR 52 (: Aeda). don rí seach gach ndaonna díb,
3 C 12, 80.19 .
(b) profane, secular: fáilte deodha ┐ fáilte daena, Anecd.
v 25 . fáide deoda ┐ doenda prophets with inspiration divine
or human
, ib. a n-aigid na firindi diada ┐ daenna, Lec.
55 305b13 . chum tuicsina na neiti ndiagha ┐ ndaonna, 3 C 19,
69 rb 8 . See dáinde.
(c) humane, kind: ni daonda ataoi frimsa, BNnÉ 305 . an
uile dheaghcháil daonda d'fhaghbháil fa chaomhchuing
phósta na déisi-si `refined accomplishments', Ó Bruad. ii 60 .

60 doéndacht nAlso doénacht ā,f. (doén(d)a); prob. distinct words,
O.Ir. doínacht used in sense (a) and Mid.Ir. doéndacht
(doenn-, daenn-) a deriv. of doénda, but the forms appear
side by side. daonnacht (dáonacht, v.l.) f. (g s. ¤ a), IGT Decl.
79 § 26 .
65(a) humanity, the nature of man ; in O.Ir. glosses chiefly of
human nature of Christ in antithesis to deacht deity, divinity:
deacht ┐ doinacht Crist, Ml. 127d14 . ní a doenacht . . . acht
deacht, Wb. 33c5 . do dhóenacht, do dhéacht, Fél. Ep. 353
(dhaenacht, doendacht, doennacht, v.l.). is do doinacht maic
70is nomen Jesus , Ml. 17b8 . deacht Crist ara donacht (sic),
Thes. ii 252 . rí dochóid . . . asa doenacht 'n-a deacht, SR
7758 ; 7660 . o dib n-aicentaib .i. hon doenacht ┐ o diadacht,
PH 6782 . etargni deachte ┐ doinechte Crist, Wb. 24c6 .
a rainn doinachtae gl. a parte Filii hominis, Ml. 128b3 .
75 a r-raind a doennachta . . . a r-rind a diadachta, PH 3834 .
dia roēt chorp ndóinachta, SR 7510 . i n-anmaim a dóenachta
Meic in Chomded . . . i n-anmaim a deachta, LL 306a22 , cf.
SG 384 . tarmchruthad diadachta ┐ dóendachta maic Dé,
Ériu ii 198 . a delb na trí n-aen . . . co tī tāem dot daena[ch]t
80duit may the impulse of Thy human nature visit Thee, Arch. iii
243 . co salm-gein Ísu iar ndóennacht, Met. Dinds. iii 8 .
aibriscc an raed an daennacht human nature is a frail thing,
Leb. Gab. 44 . cid fogluasa ind doenacht ind accobar though
human weakness may stir desire
, Mon. Tall. 152 . is ecsamail
85rēim daonachta caich the course of nature differs in each man,
ib. mad lobar aicnith inna doinachta if the constitution of a
man's nature is weak
, Ériu vii 140 . ciall nā rēsūn na daen-
nachta, Ir. Astr. Tr. 2 . scarfat fri daonacht I shall part from
all that is human
, Fianaig. 16 . g s. as attrib.: is ed as dech
cacha gáese dóenachtae: dílse ┐ diúte etc. , of all human
5wisdom
, ZCP xi 86 . do drechaibh . . . daendachta in domain
human faces, MR 114 . In pl. in more concrete sense: doec-
comnacht Dia in[n]a daenachta-sa . . . .i. ri ┐ espoc ┐ deoraid
these orders of humanity, O'Dav. 792 .
(b) humanity, humaneness, kindliness: cid in marbān . . . is
10a dag-doinacht conói | conā dermatar a chói it is his kindly
disposition that preserves (the memory of) the dead
, Mór M. 265
( LL 275a7 ). doennacht fri hécin (return) good for evil, Hib.
Min. p. 41 . tuile gan trāigh daonnacht Dé God's mercy is a
shoreless tide
, A. Ó Dálaigh xxix 1 . brón scartha frisna cairde
15collnaidi ar [in]gnais a ndoenachta (doennachta, v.l.) for loss
of their affection
, Ériu vii 170 . idir dheirc, daonnacht,
urnaighthe, aifrionn ┐ gach deighghníomh oile, Keat. iii 3039 .
iomad déirce ┐ daonnachta, Mac Aingil 363 . pearsa ecclaisi
roba mó ainm déirce ┐ daonnachta, FM 1299 . saoi re dán ┐
20re daonnacht, 1337 (iii 560) . ni derna doennacht acht int
aen-uball ut do Mac C. he showed no kindness save (to give) that
single apple
, Aisl. MC 49 . níor bheag an daonnachd dorin-
neadar . . . oruinn, Acts xxviii 2 .
Note also: nír choimling i n-inad ar bith tré ól na daoinechta
25 conviviality , SG 16 . mar a bfuil daondacht bheathadh ┐
fascadh ag ballaibh Criosd `security for life and shelter', Carsw.
239 . do theagaisc gan bhéim daondacht is díodhacht the
humanities
, Gadelica 165 (mod.).