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domnach n o,n., later m. ( Domnach n-Aíssi, Trip.² 2945 ) (Lat.
dominicus). m. (g s. -aigh, n p. -aighi), IGT Decl. § 55 . (a)
Sunday, the Lord's day , absol. or with dia, laithe: is é cet lá
na sechtmaine in d. ¤ , PH 3584 . in dómnach . . . is airmitnech
75ic muinntir nime ┐ talman, 4653 . dia domnich, Wb. 14a1 .
cāin domnaig the law of Sunday, Thes. ii 306.22 . ord in
domnaig, Im. Brain ii 284 ( LU 1217 ). celebrad domnaig,
Fél. Feb. 15 . bairgen domnaigh, Laws i 106.28 Comm. na
dena obair dómnaig, PH 7365 . eipistil di laithiu domnaig,
80 Ériu ii 192 § 1 . tri úara cach (cecha, LB) domnaig, FA § 30 .
gurab gacha domnaig do chaithedh C. biad, SG ii 466.22 .
a n-oidche an deghdhomhnaig | attracht ar Tigerna, ZCP viii
207.1 . rígh [an] domnaigh déigheanaigh | atré don brath
(i.e. Sunday preceding the day of Doom), 200.31 . i ndomnuch
85rogabad, Ml. 45d7 . i ndomnuch na comdála, SR 8281 .
troscud do dénum i ndómnach, PH 4933 . boí dá D. forsin
topur-sin, Trip.² 1263 . na domnaige (pl.), PH 4932 . cúimnig
na dómnaige do naemad, 7344 . hi sollamnaib ┐ primfhéilib
┐ domnaigib, Ériu i 219 § 9 . i ndomnachaib, RC x 50 § 20 .
adaig domnaig the eve of Sunday (from 6 p.m. on Saturday to
56 a.m. on Sunday, cf. ZCP viii 207.1 quoted above). o espar-
tain aidchi domnaig co hanteirt día luain, RC x 60 § 25 ;
Trip.² 1418 . litir domnaig dominical letter: d'faghbail na
leitrech domnaidh, O'Gr. Cat. 287.11 . litir dhomnuidh, Rel.
Celt. i 149.1 . In asseverations (mod.): air ndomhnach feuch-
10faidh mé leis é by Sunday! GJ iii 37a (É. Ó Cléirigh); 'nd-
omhnach is cuma liom, 50a . In special applications: domnach
na mbuarach ndub `a pagan pastoral festival', O'R. d. ¤ cingcíse
Whitsunday (Pentecost). d. ¤ na himrime (see imrim). d. ¤ na
pailme Palm Sunday , Ashmol. 1763, 168a . d. ¤ oinide Sunday
15preceding Lent , PCT 1766 .
(b) church: fundavit aeclessiam ibi id est D. ¤ Ailmaige,
Ardm. 15a1 ( Thes. ii 268.31 ). secht ndomnaig do Pátraic,
Trip.² 1972 (ndomnaigi, v.l.). Freq. in place-names, see Hog.
Onom.
20(c) Name of a shrine or gospel-case (so called from fancied
resemblance to a church?): Domnach Airgid, MS Mat. 312 f .
Name of a brake or thicket: rube sciad ┐ droigen ┐ croíb . . .
D. ¤ a ainm, Trip.² 852 .
In n.pr.: Ferdamnach (= Ferdomnach = vir dominicus?),
25 Thes. ii 286.39 . Imtheacht Domnaig (i.e. Sabbath-breaker ?
prob. a sobriquet), BB 76a50 . Cú Domnaich (= hound of the
church?), Rawl. 141b7 .

Domnach n.pr. m. or f. gen. Gartnait f. D. ¤ (a Pictish king),
Todd Nenn. 164.1 .

30 domnachta adj(domnach): saboit .i. . . . laithi comdeta no d. ¤
pertaining to the Lord , O'Dav. 1409 .

Domnad n.loc.? bīaid in mallshinech a D. ¤ ré cethri .xx.
mblīadna, ZCP ix 451.25 .

1 domnae xsee damnae.

35 2 domnae xsee domne.

Domnae n.pr. f., LL 36a22 .

domnaid xsee 2 damnaid.

domnaigid xsee doimnigid.

Domnall n.pr. o, m. IGT Decl. § 198 . nom. D. ¤ , AU 546 . gen.
40 Domnaill, Thes. ii 278.32 ; AU 565 . mors Cathusaig nepotis
Domnaill bricc, 688 . deg mac Domnaill meic Eogain, SR
2376 . provinciam Domnail nepotis Ainmureg, Thes. ii
279.45 . Echodius filius Domnail, 274.8 . Eochaid mac
Domnoill, BB 79a38 . dat. do D. ¤ , AU 732 . n pl. in Domnaill
45roplágtha, Fél. Prol. 234 . d p. ní nach doiligh lé Domhnallaibh
Irish Catholics, Ó Bruad. iii 90.20 .
Fanciful etymology: D. ¤ .i. doman nuall .i. nuall domuin
imbe, etc., Corm. Y 403 . nuald domain targada .i. Domhnall,
Anecd. ii 52 .

50 Domnallán (Domnall) n.pr. o, m. gen. h. Domnallan, AU 960 .
mac Domnallan, 983 . co tig Sheaain úi Dhomnalláin, SG
289.1 . maic Domnallain maic Garbith, Rawl. 146c5 . mic
Domnallaín, BB 142d34 .

domnán n o, m. (domun) the transitory world . Used in dis-
55paraging or contemptuous sense: freitech domnāin chē `re-
nouncing this vain world
', Ériu ii 55 § 4 . dermat in domnāin
(: comrād), 65 § 11 . do cherdaib in domnáin deirg . . . ar ríge
in domnáin duthain, SG 51.38 , 39 . trécsin Dé is dimbuaid in
dál | ar ré dimbuain in domnáin, O'Gr. Cat. 357 . glóir
60d[h]imhaoin an domhnáin, ZCP ii 583.17 . ní do choichill a
Dhé dháibh | doghlacdaois duille an domhnáin, 3 C 13, 532.18 .
ar dhubhlacht duthain . . . an domhnáin, TSh. 2288 . gaois an
domhnáin . . . leimhe d'fhiadhain Íosa the wisdom of this
world is folly with God
, Hackett xlii 121 = Keat. Poems 1309 .
65 a lamh derlaicthe in domhnáin, GJ i 353 . co bethaidh |
dodechaid don domnan he went to life eternal from the wretched
world
, Gorm. Oct. 17 . da cuir doc[h]ur don d. ¤ , ZCP viii 562
§ 6 . ar toirbeirt dīlghadha | dond c[h]e, 202.20 .
As n.pr. m., Festschr. Stokes 8.25 . Cf. Rath Cholmáin in
70Domnain duind, Met. Dinds. i 24.142 .

1 Domnann n.pr. m. gen. dia n-eicius buaid Domnann duib,
Rawl. 88b51 . m. Domnand caisdeirg m. Ethiuir, LL 336f49 .
Drongach Domnann daig do sleib | ruire cuirrich carpatreib,
Rawl. 84b47 .

75 2 Domnann pn g s. and g. pl. in various population- and place-
names, n pl. Domnainn. Cognate with British Dumnonii.
See O'Rahilly, Early Ir. Hist. and Myth. ch. vi . Perh. g s. in:
Indech mac Dei Domnann , RC xii 62 § 25 . Innech macc De
Domnonn, Lec. 24b3 . Indech mac Dé Domnand maic
80Dicolla, Rawl. 162f17 . n pl. Lagin. . . Domnaind dogairdis
riam, O'Mulc. 779 . Lagin . . . dogairtis o tri hanmannoib
Domnand (Domna[i]nd, Ed.) Galeoin Lagin, 781 . Galion ┐
Domnand anmand sin do Lagnib, LL 311a20 . Commonest in
population-name Fir D. ¤ : in mílid mórchalma d'fheraib
85Domnand, TBC 3005 . clanna Semeoin . . . | rogairmdis
Firbolc co mblad | is Fir Domnann on damnad, Lec. 84a40 .
Tuath Fear nDomnand i Crich Chera, 351a22 . dorochair . . . i
cath la firu D. ¤ , 27b22 . dronga Domnand, Ms. Mat. 485 . Note
also: Mess-Delmann Domnan[n], Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 6 § 2 . grian
iarthair dómain Domnand (from poem on Oengus), Fél. pref.
5xxv . rí D. ¤ , ZCP ix 468 § 31 . In place-names: Irrus D. ¤ (Erris
in Mayo
): rí hIrruis D. ¤ , ZCP ix 464 § 15 . Inis Gluair a n-Irrus
D. ¤ , Todd Nenn. 192.9 . leis an nGamhanruidh o Iorrus D. ¤ ,
Keat. ii 2902 . Inber D. ¤ the river and bay of Malahide, Co.
Dublin
, Ms. Mat. 485 . innber Domnand, Lec. 39b39 . inber
10Domhnonn, 38a12 . Goill Inbir Domnand, Fél. p. 72 .