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dom, dam n(Lat. domus? See Celtica i 332 n. 3 ) d s. daim doim.
65 g s. go ruacht clethi na domo , FB § 101 ( ITS ii 126 ). a pl.
domhu, FM ii 734.13 . See Meyer, RC xiv 459 . House, home .
Common in phrase dia (etc.) daim home (see O'Rahilly,
Celtica i 332 ff . ): tiag dum daim (: glain) I go home, Im. Brain
i 43.21 . collá dot daim . . . uaire doromailt do ré go home, LL
70 246a8 . fusrumat a n-éin remib día ndaim, LU 10567 . fodruim
dot daim, Fianaig. 12 § 23 . ? laudate Dominum de cēlis, in
fuair do doma | laudate eum in exelcis, ite connoga, ZCP vi
262.3 . In legal formula: ógdiles du Chummin leth ind orpiso
i ndoim i nduiniu `half of this heritage belongs to C. in house, in
75man
' (i.e. buildings and tenants?), Ardm. 17b1 ( Thes. ii 239 .
17 ). domairm (= dom airm) .i. teagh na narm, O'Cl. Com-
mon in phrase do(i)m, da(i)m liacc stone house, stone church
(usually printed as compd.): dāim liacc .i. tegduis cloch,
O'Mulc. 333 . is ann fóidit hit daim liac-su, LB 260a68 (of a
80king's house). More freq. of churches: in dam liag mása tuige
slinnedh fuil air . . ., O'Don. 916 ( H. 3.17 col. 653 ). Imlech
Iubhair do losccadh . . . eittir daimhliacc ┐ cloichtheach,
FM ii 874.12 . dá chéd do daoinibh do losccadh isin doimhliacc,
822.15 . Ard Macha do losccad . . . ettir tighibh ┐ domhuliacc,
85 734.13 . siatt amhail colúmnai in doimhliacc, Aisl. Tund. p.
98 = mur bid colamain fa egluis, p. 125 . As n. loc. quies
sancti Ciannaini Daim-liag of Duleek (Co. Meath), Trip. 572 .
la Cianan Doim líacc, Fél. Nov. 24 . epscop Doimhliag i
mBreghaibh, Gorm. 224 n.
See domgnas.

5 domae x etc. see dommae, etc.

do-maid v bursts forth, breaks forth. Pret. 3 s. do-mmemaid in
slóg for lár ind lis the multitude burst into the middle of the liss,
MU² 957 . domemaid Art uasal .i. dīa ūasal, Corm. Y 26 ; cf.
O'Mulc. 55 ; also dimemed art uasal, LL 122b48 . Perf. 3 s.
10 dosroimid sruth asind aill, Ériu ii 120 § 57 . ind ail asa toróimed
a srúaim mór, Wb. 11a19 . talg Tigernmais dodraebhaídh | i
cath ard aenaig Macha, BB 37a48 . Subj. pres. 3 s. tuc dam
ṅ-uisce doma inna diad, Trip.² 919 . 3 pl. dia tomat gáir na
mbidbadh | im cend Failbe Flaind Fidhbadh, RC xvii 177.8
15(Tig.). Fut. 3 s. dommema for trī slūagu slicht slūaig Ulad,
TBC² 3087 = conmae re secht cleithe sluaig Ulad, TBC 4974
(rhet.).
Vn. tomaidm. See tomaidmid.

? domaigidir: v ba cummo nondomaigetar huili etir au ┐ eirrid,
20etir rig ┐ ollum, ol bid caro sochuidi in mac so they must all
rear him (?), IT i 142.19 (Comp. Con Cul.). ? Leg. no-nd-
moaigetar. Cf. dumaigidir.

Domailén n.pr. m. gen. maic D. ¤ maic Donngaile, Rawl. 146d7 .

domain. adjAlso doimin. domun, Ériu ii 5.12 . n pl. domna,
25 LL 117b18 . d pl. domnaib, Lec. 189b14 , 29 . Compar. domnu,
Hy. v 18 ( Thes. ii 248.3 ). ? domna, Met. Dinds. ii 26.15 .
Usually doimniu (-e).
I Adj. i (a) deep: air ind loith domuin for the deep mud, Ml.
60a6 . ni bu d. ¤ , Thes. ii 348.26 (gl. ní bo ances, Hy. v 85 ). (Of
30hell) is ísel tra ┐ is d. ¤ a sudigud, RC iv 254.21 . arrecat abaind
let[h]ain nád bo d. ¤ ara cind, ix 482 . tar aibind d. ¤ , Laws iv
126.19 Comm. ar in muir ndomuin ndilennda, KMMisc.
315.31 . sreabh nár dhomhain (: omhain), 3 C 12, 409.3 . cuas
domhain, TSh. 2526 . lethan-chlais lán-domhain, FM vi
351896.6 . rug leis ós cionn deirce doimhne é, Eochairsg. 115.39 .
gléasfaid duit féin leabaidh domhain (i.e. a grave), Keat.
Poems 358 . Béal Essa Ruaidh is doimhin cóst, 349 . ata an
tobar domhain, John iv 11 . creácht cabhanach d. ¤ , 3 C 19,
24vb22 . pl. lathach[a] dóimne tuilbréna, FA § 30 LB ( IT i
40190.26 ). i nglennaib doimnib, ib. i clúsalaib duba dóimne . . .
íchtair ifirnd, PH 8245 . co srothaib fota fír-dóimne, 8311 .
for glenntaib doimnib, 8293 . sáidte doimhne doleighis, SG
339.15 . na gona doíghne, CF 88 (Eg.). i lochthiprataibh lán-
doimnibh, MR 102.4 . .xxx. coire domhin, LB 130b39 . tonna
45doimhne díleannda, 3 C 12, 429.17 . as na hionadhaibh
doimhne (= de profundis), TSh. 4281 . 'na nduibh-néallaibh
doimhne, 2077 . Compar. domnu murib deeper than seas, Hy.
v 18 . ní domnu ni muir `nothing is deeper than the sea', Thes.
ii 248.3 . inber bud domni a cheili, CRR § 25 . go mbia an
50loit níos doimhne . . . ná croicheann a fhéola, Lev. xiii 3 . Adv.
dognīther an clais co d. ¤ , ZCP viii 560.26 . cuir 'sa crecht gu
domuin ar na nige, 24 B 3, 87.1 . In n.loc.: i nGlenn d. ¤ , TBC
p. 650 . i n-imsligi Glindi Domain, p. 651 . Of eyes deep-set,
sunken: batir domna dubderga a dí shúil, LL 117b18 . suile
55doimne maille re gluasacht imda, 23 P 10, 78 . na suile co
domuin asteach, 50 . Possibly in meaning high in: a ttem-
plaibh doimni marmoir, 3 C 19, 91 va 35 .
Compds. ¤ chirrtha: dorus . . . domhuinchiorrtha (of a wound),
ML 88.19 . ¤ loiscthe: tinneanas tineadh . . . domhain-loisgthe,
60 ML 114.4 . ¤ lot deep wound: don lig uamha an domhain-luit,
3 C 13, 860.6 . ¤ tairnem: Fir Domnann ō domain-toirnem na
hūiri isna bolcaib (i.e. raising the earth from a depth), ZCP x
163.21 .
(b) Fig. profound, intense, thoughtful, etc. : cech recht rodo-
65main, ZCP ix 452.26 . grian ar bhfis is dál domhain `the
bottom of my knowledge is a deep thing
', Content. xxiv 6 .
beannughadh doimhin duit (opening line of a poem), O'Gr.
Cat. 394 n. 2 . ré croidhe domhain, Ps. lxiv 6 . codlad rodomain
a naimsir ainiomcubaidh (a cause of headache), 3 C 19, 61va31 .
70 go dtéighid na drochnósa so comh domhain sin is an anam,
Donl. pref. xix 20 . smuaintighthi foluigheacha doimne,
3 C 19, 81va32 . Note also: ni tacair denum domuin dind
soscélu to make a mystery of, Wb. 13a21 . Compar. atteoch frit
do deshe[i]rc | as doimne innā fairggi, ZCP viii 232 § 10 .
75? sochtsat, duba domna (domnu, v.l.) de the deeper sorrow,
Met. Dinds. ii 26.15 .
II As subst. bottom, floor (of a vat, the sea, etc.); depth,
depths: ní frith d. ¤ isin dabaig .i. más, Fél. 244.23 . co dom-
main lestair, Mon. Tall. § 74 . (of a pot or vessel) lethet a bela
80co d. ¤ , Laws v 40.19 Comm. tar d. ¤ an dercu over the bottom of
the hole
, RC xii 86 § 92 . fó d. ¤ in tsrotha depths , CCath. 192 .
dorala d. ¤ in mara etrum ┐ hé, Acall. 6064 . berid in gaeth tri
longa ele i ndomuin in mara, Aen. 257 . rotionnlacadh í
a ndomhain an fhásaigh into the depths of the wilderness, Ériu
85 v 168.84 . memuid domuin carpait P. the floor (?) of P.'s
chariot broke
, Trip.² 2280 . In follg. ex. perh. height: co
domun dringthiar he climbed to the height (of heaven), ACC 68
( RC xx 262 ).