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doínech adj o,ā (duine) (a) populous (of places): mag maith
75moinech . . . doinech, SR 990 . mo Themhair drongach
daoinech, ZCP viii 221.23 . Alba dhainech, Lism. L. 762 .
a Dothra doínig (: moódim), Met. Dinds. iii 12 . gé daoineach
don fhádbhuig fhinn, Ériu viii 192.11 . gid daoínech fiad
Iugoine, O'Gr. Cat. 384.16 . um shuain-fhleidh an dúin
80daeinigh of the populous mansion, Misc. Celt. Soc. 350.5 .
d'fhine ro-dhaoinigh righ-Néill, 3 C 12, 69.x . ó Cluain
Dolcan daenech, Gorm. Aug. 6 .
(b) numerous: do shliocht daoineach Deirgtheine, DDána
97.44 . dot fhéin dhaoinigh, 101.33 . o rabtar daoinigh, Leb.
85Gab. 146.21 . dobhádar neartmhar daoineach san Easpáinn
numerous, Keat. ii 755 .
(c) having many followers (of chiefs, leaders, etc.): re triath
ndaoineach nDeas-Mhuimhneach `the great-hosted chief of D.',
A. Ó Dálaigh lii 28 . ag rígh dhaoineach clann gColla, TD
9.12 . ce daoineach di, 23 G 24, 234 . drongfhoirtill daoin-
5each, Hackett xxxix 161 . Compar. budh daoinighe dhamh |
aoinfhile astigh dhá tteagmhadh, Ir. Review 1913, 594 § 3 .
(d) humane (?): d. ¤ cech dindba `every indigent person is
humane
', Tec. Corm. § 15.39 . Perh. for doinmech, q.v. (cf.
dōinmech cach daidbir, Arch. iii 229 ).
10See duinech.

doínechair adj(duine, doén-) Of persons humane, kindly (?): Gilla
easbaig Daeíneachair, AU iii 608 (1536) . Domnall dainechair
` manly ', 632 (1540) . Of a city: si lāidir daoineachoir degh-
fhoirgenta ` extensive ', Fl. Earls 32.26 . sen-pālāss . . . go
15tteghdhuissip līnmhara lōghmhara mōr-dhaoineachoire, 80.10 .

doínechaire n(doínechair) populousness (?): prīmh-chathair . . .
ar dhaingne laidire daoineachaire na regiōn gcomhfhocus in
chathair-si, Fl. Earls 78.30 . See doénchaire.

doinenn n ā,f. doisioneann, Celt. Rev. x 143.22 . duibhneand,
20 Lec. 561a31 . duithneann, RC xxiv 276.6 . IGT Decl. § 12 .
foul or stormy weather; tempest: gl. nubilum, Sg. 49b16 . d. ¤ mor
isin bliadhain sin, AU 974 . d. ¤ mor ferthana, iii 316 (1487) .
sonenn ┐ donenn, RC xx 256 . ind airet nobith ind thsoinind
┐ in donend, Corm. Y 896 . sonend ┐ dub-donend, LL 376a4 .
25 flechad mór ┐ doineann, Anecd. i 45.11 . intan ba doinend no
snechta ann, Ériu v 20.14 . is glas errach oighreta | mor a
doineann sa treathan, KMMisc. 313.23 . mar dothiced
doinenn dúr | dobítis ac Fionn fó a bhrat, SG 109.5 . fleochad
mór, doineann ┐ coccadh isin mbliadhain si, FM iii 290.1 . ní
30raibhe fearthain ná doinionn re a linn, ITS iv 198.23 . gloim
doininne, Atlantis iv 132.12 . i n-aimsir dhoininde moire,
Aen. 797 . tres in fuasnad ndoninde . . . sin, TTebe 296 . la
méid na doininne, RC xxiv 50 § 8 . dín ar derdain ┐ donind,
LL 189b25 . amuil ditnes in tech nech ar fuacht ┐ ar doinind,
35 Laws i 32.11 Comm. nír fer bainne din doininn, SG 44.29 .
i ndoininn in foul weather, O'Gr. Cat. 453.20 . do líon an
aimsear d'fhuacht ┐ do dhoininn, Keat. iii 5372 . re faghbáil
na ndoinenn ┐ na nderdan, SG 345.31 . Of a storm at sea (cf.
anfa[dh] mara doinionn tíre, Eg. Gl. 23 ): tainic fogluasacht
40doininde dermaire isin fairge, CCath. 178 . robris donind ┐
anfad a longa, Todd Nenn. 58.14 . eirgiss ainfine ┐ doinionn
. . . as gur hinnarbadh ō chomhghar in tīre iad, Fl. Earls 8.17 .
Fig. lé doininn díleannta na drúise, TSh. 9136 .

doinennta adj io,iā (doinenn) stormy, tempestuous, inclement:
45 amhail gheimhredh d. ¤ , AU iii 316.11 . (of a chief) troigh
luaimnech lá doineanda `a restless foot in the tempestuous day',
O'Gr. Cat. 444 n. 2.

do-infet v(*to-ind-seth-, Ped. ii 627 ) Subj. pres. 3 s. mani
thinib , Wb. 4a7 . Pass. pret. s. do-r-infess gl. inspirata, 30d1 .
50 Part. tinfeste. Vn. tinfed, tinfissiu.
Blows, breathes (intrans. or with cogn. accus.); blows on,
breathes on (trans.): a ndurinfid gaith gl. flante vento, Ml.
96c4 . a ndundinfet gáith when the wind blows it, 41d17 . in dā
crithmhil dēc . . . doinfidet dī gaeith dēc imon mbith, Ériu ii
55110 § 29 . tri tomoltad draccon doinfidet in mbith, 126 § 86 .
do-infeith tinith ō a gin, Anecd. iii 10.17 . rothinfeastar Dia
tínfeadh beathadh ina gnúis, BB 16a14 . ? dotruinfitsetar na
mna cotgartatar uli . . ., ZCP iii 244 (dothruinfethsitar, v.l.).
Fig. inspires: aní as maith la Dia . . . is hed tinfetsom dia
60nóibaib, Wb. 4b4 . hóre doninfedam etargne Crist do chách,
14d32 . in Spirut dorinfith in n-eclais, Trip.² 7 . is e in Spirut
sin dorínfid na briathra-sa, FA § 1 (LB). doinfidir de supernis
misteris Spiritus sancti , Hib. Min. 26 . rothinfis . . . cride,
LB 233a57 .

65 ? doïng adj(do + ing) not narrow: súigsit linn, láthair ndoiṅg
(: roiṅg), Met. Dinds. iii 108 .

doingabála adj(ingabál) hard to avoid, irresistible, overpowering:
diormadha disgire doiongabhála do marcshlogh, Hugh Roe
314.19 . na deabtha duilge doiongabhála roficchit etorra,
70 280.23 . dragan dāna doingabhala unconquerable , ZCP vi
61.14 . tucatar buillidha do-ingmala da chele, Fier. 230 .

do-ingaib v(*di-in-gaib-, Ped. ii 529 ). Ipv. 2 s. dingaib, TBC²
322 . Subj. pres. 3 s. do-r-ingba, Hy. vi 9 . Fut. 3 s. do-tn-ingēba,
TBC² 3585 . Condit. 3 s. d-a-fingebad, SR 5820 . Later
75as simplevb. dingbaid. Vn. dingbáil. IGT Verbs § 68 .
(a) wards off, keeps away, averts (DI from): Dia dím cech
sáeth doringba, Hy. vi 9 . diṅgaib dīnd ind ēigin-sea, TBC²
322 . ní dingaib ní dib acht is tuilled péne, FA § 16 (= nis
digaib, LB). a Dia, cidh nā dingbai dínd in cia? why dost Thou
80not keep off the mist from us?
RC xviii 173.17 . is tre fír
flathemon mortlaidi mora di dóenib diṅgbatar that great
mortalities are averted from mankind
, ZCP xi 81 § 106 .
doringbai Dia dind cech plág, RC xii 432 § 31 . dontí no-
dingebad in béist díb, PH 7232 . dingbais dib gorta ngéir,
85 Anecd. i 55 § 38 . radiṅgab de bidbanas cech duni, LL 226b40 .
cinnus do dingébtaí in teidm sin díob, SG 20.38 . cogadh
dhíbh go ndiongmhadh san, Hard. ii 110 . Without prep.
dingbaid dechnead tri phudra `losing a final' wards off three
blunders
, Auraic. 2112 , 2109 , 2081 . Esp. of keeping off an
enemy or opponent: diṅgēb-sa in fer hūt dont slog, SR 5835 .
5 dingaib-si Laogh díom-sa aníu ┐ dingepat-sa Coinculainn
dit-sa, TBC 3881 (St.). cia do dingēmadh ri Fer C. dīm?
CF 282 .
Hence is a match for, is able to cope with: mád cos tráth-sa
fogebthá óenfer do-t-dingbad-su, FB § 94 . dingbaim cach
10n-errid, ZCP iii 236.15 . dingbad (-mad, MS.) dí coin in leo-
man, i 394.12 . briathar damh go ndingebad fear comloinn
cēd, MR 278.6 . Cf. dingbáil (-bála).
(b) takes away, removes (DI from): this use perh. due to
influence of do-gaib: mina dingbaiter dib he unless it (the
15fosterage) is taken from them
, Laws i 142.5 Comm. dingibh
cach deighinach diaraile the last always deducts something from
what preceded
(?) (a legal maxim), iii 408.21 . ni dingabar re
ndae nomaide nach inga no wounded (?) man can be removed
for nine days
, ZCP xvi 223 ; cf. Ériu xii 96 . int aire rogab-
20sabair foraib ní dingēb-sa dib, ZCP viii 318.25 . do dhingaibh-
sidh mo flaithes ye have taken away my sovereignty, BNnÉ
325 § 42 .
(c) With transference of obj. saves (from) (?): doringbadh .i.
rotesairged ut est nach fer doringba[dh] do croich no cuithi,
25 O'Dav. 747 .
(d) Intrans. takes oneself off, goes away, departs: dingaib din
chruachán. Ní dingéb, Trip.² 1334 . dingébthar din chruaich
the Rick shall be vacated, 1373 . obaim-se mo dingbail, ar in fer
amuich . . . Obaim-se cun na dingeba, ar in fer tall I refuse to
30clear out . . . I refuse to let you stay
(?), Laws iii 478.18 . ding-
maidh (leg. dingbaid) as uaim depart from me, ZCP viii 212.24 .