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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 .

Domnannach pn o, m. (Domnann) most freq. in pl. Domnannaig
= Fir Domnann : rotinolsat teora Conachta . . . .i. Domnan-
daid ┐ Fir Craoibe Tuathae Taitin, Ériu viii 176.15 . Domnan-
naid, Met. Dinds. iii 58 . andsa chathsin Airtig do dithaiged
15Domnannaid fadeoid, Lec. 343a40 . teacaid Domnandaich ┐
Dail nDruithni, 352b4 . Froech mac Fidaig soermacamh na
nD. ¤ , Ferm. 67a . bátár tinoltai na gamanraidi oc Ailill ┐ cach
oén do Domnandchaib, IT ii2 215 . Muresci mac Dāiri do
Domnandchaib, TBC² 2163 . do Domhnonnchaib, Lec. 62a3 .
20As adj.: meic Dairi derg Domnannaich , 596a48 .

domnas xsee domgnas.

? domnath: ind d. ¤ .i. munadh no traothadh, ut est inocbail duir
d. ¤ insci, O'Dav. 635 `extolling of the base is wrong teaching
(misuse) of the art of speech
', Hermathena xlvi 6 (Gwynn
25takes as compd. do + múnad).

domne, domnae n iā, f. (domain). Also doimne. (a) depth,
depths: bec do domna diadachta, ACC § 122 Comm. (RC xx).
am gáeth im muir ar domni (song of Amirgen), LL 12b39
( IT iii 61 § 123 ). ? cichsi domni, SG 80.3 (rhet.). cia doimne
30in abann? 75.15 . cia doimne na Boindi? YBL 136a14 . co
nach étir in chned cen fis a doimne do legius, PH 7644 . tri
traigthe a leithead ┐ a doimhne (of a trench), Laws iv 112.3 .
ina airdi . . . ina domna (of a vessel), O'Don. 929 ( H. 3.17
658a). créd é an leithead . . . ┐ an doimhne, Ephes. iii 8 .
35 maille re fad ┐ re leithne ┐ re duimhne, 23 A 4, 137.3 . doimhne
┐ arde ifrend, Lec. 346b46 . domni ifrind omon leam I dread
the depth of hell
, 347a20 . tre grein do beth a ndoimne because
the sun is low
(i.e. in January), 23 P 10, 22b6 . (Of a disease)
teit se a ndoimne na mball mar doracad tarrngi goes deep into
40the limbs like a nail
, 58.4 . (Of serpents and their bite) in tan
tét a ndoimne na mball gabaid dassacht cuga, 24 B 3, 2.14 .
da seachnadh na súile an tshoillsi ┐ a mbeith . . . ag dol a
ndoimhni receding, 23 K 42, 190.15 . (Of salt in bread)
furtachtaighe int uisci chum dul a ndoimhne it helps the
45water to penetrate (the bread
), 3 C 19, 17ra28 . sa lobra . . . ata
in tadhbhur a ndoimhne ni is mó in leprosy the (malignant)
matter goes deeper, 38va31 . gach méid uíd a ndoimhni is misdi
iad (of wounds), 111vb13 . a náit clochaidh mar nach raibh
doimhne thalmhan aige depth of soil, Mark iv 5 . créd é
50doimhne shaidhbhris eagna ┐ eólais Dé, Rom. xi 33 . an
mhéid . . . dá nach feas doimhne Shatain, Rev. ii 24 . ar
dhoimhne a bfis profundity of their knowledge, Content. xviii
§ 88 . ba haithnid dō doibne ┐ geri inntlechta na mban, Grail
3187 . da bhfaictheá duine ag filledh ó ath ar a dhuibhne on
55account of its depth
, Mac Aingil 142.5 . cech doimhne noroisidh
an t-adhnacul the deeper, ZCP viii 560.1 .
Depths, deeps (s. and pl.): moluidh an Tighearna . . . a
dhragúna ┐ a uile dhoimhne , Ps. cxlviii 7 . dobhérair suás mé
ó dhoimhne na talmhan, lxxi 20 . na gaetha ag seidedh na
60fairgi a ndoimne stirring the sea from its depths, 23 P 10,
16b29 . in muir d'imthecht tar a doimhnib, SG 242.10 . Of
night: na feacadar samhuil . . . do doimhne ná do dhoishininn
na hoidhche sin riamh such a night for gloom and storm, Celt.
Rev. x 134.14 .
65(b) Perh. base (of an erection, etc.); bottom (of vat or vessel)
in the follg.: (of an earthwork?) dá traig .x. . . . a domna[e]
its base, Críth Gabl. 569 . da traig .x. lethet a bél ┐ a domnai,
571 . domna .i. mas ut est leth lethat a beoil dia domna .i.
a lethid a mais tís, O'Dav. 680 . But all three exx. could also
70be referred to (a).

? domnid: ind atagegai d. ¤ (? doinnid, MS.) dó, RC xxv 346 § 2 .

Domnion n.pr. m. Dóm[n]ion Domnio, Gorm. April 11 .

Domnit n.pr. m. D. ¤ mac Duenge pausat , RC xvii 262 ( Tig.
763 ).

75 Domnóc n.pr. m. mo D. ¤ , Fél. Feb. 13 . Modomnóg tuc beocha
.i. lán a cluic, 112.35 . mo-Domhnóc ó Thioprait Fachtna,
Gorm. Feb. 13 note= Domonghin, text. Domnoc, May 18 .
Domhnocc, Mart. Don. May 18 .

Domnón n.loc. in campum D. ¤ , Thes. ii 267.47 .

80 domnus xsee domgnas.

do-moinethar v(*to-muin, Ped. ii 581 ). Prot. -toimn-, tomn-
(domúin-, tóimn- somet. in LB). Indic. pres. 1 s. domuinur-sa,
Sg. 209b10 . domoiniur, Wb. 14a10 . 2 s. domointer-so, 1c13 .
1 pl. (with tmesis) do . . . muinemmar , ACC § 35 . 3 pl.
85 domuinetar, Ml. 39d26 . d-a-munetar, 35b10 . du-m-munetar,
113d11 . do-d-mainetar, Sg. 5a6 .
Subj. pres. 3 s. dummenathar, Ml. 49a15 . arna tomnathar ,
Wb. 13c2 . 1 pl. dumenammar, Ml. 78b24 . dumenmar-ni,
15d5 . arna tomnammar-ni , ib. 3 pl. in tomnatar , 18a5 . Impf.
3 s. domenad, Sg. 207b4 . ar namtomnad , Wb. 17d23 . 3 pl.
5 arna tomnitis , 4d17 . arna tomontis , 12d21 . For fut. see
Thurn. Gramm. § 634 . Cond. see below. Pret. 1 s. doménar-
sa, Wb. 3c26 . Perf. 1 s. durumenar, Ml. 49b13 . 2 s. do-nd-
ruimin-so, TBC² 931 . 3 s. dorumenair, Ml. 61d2 . durumenar,
32d10 . durumeo[i]n (dorumen, YBL), ACC § 108 . 1 pl.
10 torménmar-ni , Ml. 115b1 . 2 pl. ní thormenid , 68b1 . 3 pl.
durumenatar-som, 80b10 . ni tormenatar , 106d11 . ? dorumen-
sat, SR 3689 .
Pass. indic. pres. sg. -tomnadar, ZCP iii 452 . -tomnaitiur
(-tomainter, v.l.), 449.17 . pl. -tomnaiter, Ériu ii 116 § 49 .
15 Subj. impf. s. arna tomainte , Ml. 96b18 . Fut. s. nád tomnib-
ther , Wb. 25b28 . Condit. s. dommuinfide, Ml. 40c17 . Perf.
dorumat, SR 4243 .
Part. toimte. Vn. toimtiu.
Later forms occur with -ro-; do(u)ruimnim-si, Ériu i 38.19 ;
20 doruirmenaiter, Laws i 20.20 ; Stowe Gl. 43 (see below).
With pres. stem -men-: domenaimm (: dogegaind), Fél. 6.10
(= domúinim, LB). See also do-ménainn, toimtnigid.
Supposes, opines, conjectures: rarely with accus.; generally
with vn. phrase or subord. clause; commonly of an erroneous
25supposition. Transl. putare, Sg. 209b11 , Ml. 18a5 ; existimare,
Wb. 1c13 , 17d23 ; opinari, Ml. 39d26 , 78b24 , suspicari, 49a15 .
domonur . . . .i. dar lim, O'Dav. 1214 . doruirmneadur .i.
do-saileadur, Stowe Gl. 43 . na tomnathar nech ni bes mó
quam serui , Wb. 17a13 . ar aithis fortsu dummenatar som
30ani sin they consider that a reproach to thee, Ml. 113d11 . air
tom-mén[ar]-sa dia I thought myself a god, 130d5 . nech
tomainnethar ní nad accai who imagines something he does not
see
, Ériu vii 160.4 . cia domenad nech a buith . . ., ní fir, Sg.
207b4 . durumenar som Dia dia dermut he thought that God
35had forgotten him
, Ml. 32d10 . is dímáin tóimnit a mbeith endga
(= incassum se innocentes putant), PH 6124 . intan dober
Dia in digail dommuinetar in dóini is (sic leg.) ferc do insin,
Ml. 49b7 . domuined cāch combo ulc[h]a bái lais, TBC² 1644 .
doruménatár . . . ba léim roleblaing seom, FB § 82 . doruime-
40natar bádis fir ṡíthe they thought that (Patrick and his com-
panions) were men of the Síde
, Trip.² 1112 (.i. do meanmnai-
gatar, Arch. iii 20.28 ). tan bim eter in n-aes mer | dommuinet
is mé a n-oisser they think I am their junior, Fél. 150.36 .
dorumenutar ba dea in draicc, PH 6290 . domuinet sochaide
45na hapstail conid as cech berla rolabairset (= multi apostolos
omnibus linguis locutos fuisse aestimant), 5485 . doruménair
curpu na esergi comtis semiu indás áer (a heretical opinion),
RC xxv 244 § 19 . dorumenadar (.i. rotoimtnigedar) magen
asa fordāilte na hilbérla . . . romēartis and iarna comlāni they
50thought that the many languages would remain in perfection in
the place from which they had been disseminated
, Auraic. 150 .
co na tomnide bad mílid acht bad manach (= ut iam non
miles sed monachus putaretur), Lat. Lives 88.3 . arna tomna-
thar bed foammamichthe deacht don dóinacht lest it should
55be supposed
, Wb. 13c2 . ar ná rothomned nech co mbad do
thogail . . . tístaís, LL 220b15 ( TTr. 249 ). na rothoimnide
combad deda no cetharda (of the Trinity), Goid. 67.4 .
Oft. with sense expects: gl. sperare, Wb. 14a10 . intain nád
tomnibther a thíchtu when His coming will not be expected,
60 25b28 . ní tormenatar som a nditin ┐ a n-ícc gl. contra omnem
spem, Ml. 106d11 , cf. 42a10 , 90c5 , 95d3 , 115b1 . dorumenatar
a mbrith ina chrobaib they expected to be carried off (by it) in
its claws
, RC x 74 . demenar side ba ní pudh moo dogegadh
he thought that he would have chosen somewhat more, RC xii
6566 § 32 . dorumenar dotresed isin tres ló, PH 1859 . māin o
neuch na tomnaitiur (tomainter, v.l.) treasure from someone
from whom it is not expected
, ZCP iii 449.17 . domuinsetar
gomadh aca forbíadh a ionad, BNnÉ 296 § 30 . ō na tarraidh
mian a mhenmhan . . . amhail doruimen as he had expected,
70 Hugh Roe 104.8 .
Note also: dorumensat scur do tescad an crainn purposed (?),
D iv 2, 43a36 . durumeo[i]n rétu pondered , ACC § 108 ( RC xx
278 ). doruimnestar D. ina menmuin an t-indligi[d] doronad,
Anecd. ii 73.8 . ni mītomnadar o neoch none thinks ill of
75him
(?) (of one who loves God), ZCP iii 450.29 .