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80 Domongart n.pr. o, m. nom. Domungart, Thes. ii 364 .
( Ardm. 19a1 ). Latinized Domingartus, 273.43 . D. ¤ macc
Echach, Trip.² 1383 . Domangart macc Echach, 2670 .
Domangart mac Echach o tshleib tShlanga, Fél. 100.4 .
Domungairt mac Echdach, Rawl. 90f12 . Domhangart mac d'
85Fearghus ard, Todd Nenn. 276.37 . gen. mors Comgaill mic
Domangairt, AU 537 . iugulatio filiorum Aedain .i. Brain
┐ Domangairt, 595 . m. Domongairt, LL 349d51 . Cu Ulad
mac Gillai Domongairt, Rawl. 162b38 . mic Echach mic
Domangoirt, Keat. iv 68.23 . voc. a Domungoirt (pun based
on goirt hungry), IT iii 103 § 200 . suainem domhunghuirt,
5name of a metre, ibid.
? As n.loc. Colum Cilli Domanguirt, Rawl. 92b36 .

Domongein n.pr. m. nom. Domonghin caid, Gorm. Feb. 13 .
Domongin (.i. epscop o Thuaim Muscraighe), Apr. 29 .
gen. Epscop Domungin , LL 353d26 . m. Dumungin m.
10Fhindchon, 352e19 . m. Domangin m. Imchada, 348f17 .
meic Domungein meic Phurig, Rawl. 90a17 . mic Domongen
mic Inchon, BB 158a31 . m. Domaingein, 218b55 . m. Domen-
gen, 158a20 .

domothuigthe adj(mothaigid) that cannot be felt: ata mac De . . .
15ar an altoir a modh dhomhothuighthe, Luc. Fid. 250.12 .

Domplen pnsee Doimlén.

domsod n(dom + sossad, Fing. R. 558 n. ) abode, residence: bid
ed d. ¤ ríg Muman insin co bráth, LL 287b45 . bruig ríg didiu
d. ¤ ind Ailella i comfhocus don Máig, RC xiii 436 § 5 ( SG 311.2 ).
20 ba hé domsom na rríg didu Cenannas, xxv 24 § 7 (LL = dom-
sodh, YBL 113b42 ) ( Fing. R. 558 ). finntiu grian .i. d. ¤ i mbid
beich, O'C. 890 ( H. 3.18 379a ).

domúchta adj(múchaid) inextinguishable; hard to extinguish:
teine dhomhúchta grádha Dé, SG ii 466.20 . lasair domuchta,
25 Aisl. Tund. 103 § 1 . teine fhoiréigneach dhomhúchta, TSh.
6160 . co domuctha, Ir. Astr. Tr. 44.8 . ga losgadh a tteintibh
domhuchda, Parrth. Anma 39.12 .

domudaigthe adj(mudaigid) indestructible: biaidh ruithenda,
luthmhar, domhudhaighthe (of the body at the Resurrection),
30 Luc. Fid. 69.22 . so-threaghdtha, do-mhudhaighthe (of the
ethereal bodies of the blest in Heaven), Parrth. Anma 490.21 .

Domuill in n.loc.: Aedan Cluana D. ¤ , Fél. 144.7 .

do-muinethar xsee do-moinethar.

domúinte adj(múinid): ar na peacthachaibh dúra domhúinte
35` stubborn, incorrigible ' (Gloss.), TSh. 7841 . d. ¤ drochmhéi-
neach, mar Iudas ameasg an Dá Absdol deug, Donl. xvii 19 .

1 domun n o, m. Also doman, domon; dommon, Corm. Y 416 .
is domain tair, ZCP viii 114.1 . I The world, the earth: in
domon gl. mundus, Ml. 145c4 . rann di rannaib in domain
40gl. mundi, 125b7 . a huili chenela domuin, 67b17 . fon domun,
53b9 , 65c9 . isin domun, Wb. 2a21 . i ndíthrub in domuin
asreracht Críst, Tur. 19 . flaith in domain co immel, Thes. ii
333.13 . linfaid inn-huili ndomon, SR 8032 . toirthi in
domuin, 2623 . cen siriud in domain duind, LU 3546 ( SC § 29 ).
45 aird do airdib in domain, FB § 80 . mi in ro-cet-cruthaiged in
domun, PH 3518 . co ngébad [Ísu] ard-rigi in uli domain,
3922 . prima etas mundi . . . in ced áis don doman, MacCarthy
278 .
Freq. used without article: oc tuis[t]in domuin, Ml. 19d1 .
50 rí . . . dorósat domun dualach, SR 3 . sluaig fer ṅdomuin,
3488 . fir domain i n-óen-bale, FA 13 . de mnáib domain ule,
FB § 19 . do maccaib domain, Fél. June 16 . béstín . . . is
áille bói do béstib domain, PH 7201 . a hoirthur domain, 917 .
tháinig clann Míleadh tar muir | an treas aois d'aosaibh
55domhain, Content. xv 71 . Manannán úas domun (leg.
domuin?) dind, LU 3961 ( SC § 45 ). In sense of mankind: ícc
in domuin, Wb. 5c14 . atbath in doman i mbás pecctha, PH
2973 .
In religious lit. the world, i.e. the earthly life, etc. (oppd. to
60eternity): scarad fri indeb in domuin, Wb. 30a18 . ar accubur
┐ saint immin domun (sic leg.) gl. pro appetitu caducorum, Ml.
69a6 . bethad cé .i. in domuin chentar, Hy. v 22 Comm. ( Thes.
ii 332.26 ). ní cair in domuin cathim she loved not enjoyment of
the world
, 8 . fristoing don d. ¤ renounces the world, ZCP iii
65453.24 . fear roscara[d] frisin d. ¤ (.i. teit i n-ailithre), Laws v
234.23 . ropo crochda in domun dó ┐ rocrochar-som don d. ¤ ,
PH 1673 . cath fri demun ┐ doman, 1920 . iar mbreith
buadha ó dhomhan ┐ ó dheamhan, O'Don. Suppl.
In physical sense earth (cf. talam): tucad [Ádamh] iter
70chois is cheand | isin domun chaem choitchend, Lec. 533a10 .
do neoch focheard doman de all that the earth puts forth, Ir.
Review 1912, 248 § 3 . In loose sense, of inhabited earth:
cérbo rí in domuin Nabcodon, Fél. Prol. 93 . r[o]gabsat a
thoisig in domun dia eis (i.e. after Alexander), Lec. 34a4 .
75 Esp. of Roman Empire: do Chonstantín . . . do ardríg in
domain, FA 32 . bui rig croda . . . forsin domun (of Decius),
PH 961 . Oenric rí in domuin (of medieval Roman Empire),
RC xvii 363.18 (Tig.). In pl. (in poetic hyperbole): gabais for
dōine (doenib, dhainibh, MSS.) domnaib he seized sway over
80worlds of men
(?), Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 10 § 5 . crothais domnu he
made worlds tremble
, i 40 § 15 . in d. ¤ mór the great world (i.e.
the world outside one's own country, oft. Europe as oppd. to
Ireland): comaimsirad righ hErend fri rigaib in domain moir,
Lec. 34a1 . coriandrium .i. luibh fhāsas annsa domhan mor . . .
85┐ dogeibter i nEirinn, 23 K 42, 410.10 . toradh croinn fasus
annsa doman mor, RC ix 232.6 . Cf. Acts xix 27 : a nAisia ┐ an
domhan mór uile. Similarly in d. ¤ tair the eastern world (i.e. the
Continent): for muir isin domun tair, Cóir Anm. 115 . dā
ndeachaid . . . sa domhan soir, ZCP viii 109.1 . in d. ¤ becc the
microcosm, i.e. man: in duine dianad sloind ic na felsamaib
5domun becc, PH 4606 . comaentaighi an doman is lugha risin
doman is mo correspondence between the microcosm and macro-
cosm
, 23 P 10, 17b17 .
In phrase isin d. ¤ , for (ar) d. ¤ in the world , i.e. anywhere, at all
(follg. a noun), any, whatsoever ; freq. in neg. sentence and
10after superl.: mani dirge-siu . . . nocon fil isin d. ¤ nodn-dírgi,
FB § 27 . nicon fail i n-a sealba isin doman ní nā tibre dam,
Corm. Y 698 . fer as dísle san domhun, KMMisc. 246.16 . ni
fuil cruthugad isin doman a Stodiacc there is no figure at all in
the Zodiac
, Ir. Astr. Tr. 122.16 . nách sochma do neoch for
15doman d'fhaisneis, PH 4315 . cen biadh ar doman do tomailt,
SG 19.37 . ní gatar a forgall ar domun degmna `no woman is
deprived of her testimony
' (= ní gatar forgall degmna ar d. ¤ ?),
Cáin Ad. 4 . nach dleaghar a gcas ar domhan fín ┐ bainne
d'ól . . . in any case whatsoever, 3 C 19, 127.18 . Later used
20merely to emphasize statement: cainneal ba lōr métt sa
doman an exceedingly big candle, Fl. Earls 50.16 . co n-a
n-uile riachtanus a less ōrdanāiss mhōir ┐ munisioin ar doman
with all they require of great ordinance and ammunition, 40.10 .
Similarly in gen.: sēpēl ro-onōrach ar dheissi in domain , 72.10 .
25 ba lōr do chūiss ūathbhāiss in domain enough to cause the
greatest terror
, 188.12 .
II In limited sense, country, native district, (of a ruler)
realm: gur thúiri mé an tolamh thoir | mur budh é an ndoman
duthaigh, IGT Decl. ex. 719 . o ranic in rig bo des | ina
30doman derb dileas, Lec. 608a27 . ní bhí gart dall ina dhomhan
`there is no untilled field in his realm', KMMisc. 174 § 36 . a
domun do dichennad . . . .i. a chūiged gan chennach, MR
218.1 . Hence property, power, influence (in indeterminate
sense): ar chuncid indmais no domain uasail, PH 8369 . cona
35bugh lugu dogebthai do rigi ┐ du d. ¤ o mnaib inas o feraib,
Lec. 31a35 . gan lógh do ghabháil ar domhan n-ecclastucdha
`for church property', FM ii 1102.2 .
Compd. ¤ scríbnid: inna ṅdomunscribnide gl. cosmogra-
phiorum, Bcr. 37b1 .