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1 don nOccurs only as as., gs., and ds. (cf. however Laws iv
188.21 Comm. cited below). Prob. orig. same word as .
See Thurn. Gramm. 212 . Place, ground, earth: o dun .i. terra;
ó dun .i. o thalmain, O'Mulc. 320 . arathar fri d. ¤ , gortt for d. ¤ ,
70 ib. foichli ōcu allad. ¤ (= ala-d. ¤ ) of another place, Misc. Hib. 28
( Anecd. i 13.7 ). na fer mol | frisin marb dochuaid do d. ¤ who
has gone to the earth (i.e. died?)
, LL 275a9 ( Mór M. § 6 ). rōinfid
(regaid, v.l.) fuil fene fo d. ¤ | la sluag inna nduinechon, TBC²
2079 . la taisecc in gill inn-a d. ¤ in cétna to the (lit. its) same
75place
, Laws v 422.8 cited Thurn. Gramm. 298 . Cf. also:
atbath Lon | do Cill Garudh, rogab d. ¤ he has found a grave (?),
BCC § 221 .
In secondary sense place, room, stead: gabit d. ¤ magistir
they take the place of a teacher, Ml. 38a8 . assolcus d. ¤ do chētnad
80Cr[íst] I have opened a place to an inaugural song of C., IT iii
51 § 95 . do-léici d. ¤ yields, gl. cedere, Ml. 35c1 , 111b23 , 131b2 ,
Tur. 99 (see do-léici). dosfar[r]aid d. ¤ `it has gained ground',
Auraic. 547 = donfarraid duin, 3182 . is ed on is d. ¤ do maigin
ind isil `this also applies to the field of the humble person', Laws
85 iv 188.21 Comm.
In phrase de d. ¤ , for d. ¤ , i nd. ¤ in place of, in lieu of: nā teiged
in rī fodeisin isin cath, acht a thuaircnid flatha dia d. ¤ , Rawl.
142a28 . aithgen tslan for dón (leg. don?) inech brister don
aithgin full restoration in lieu of what is broken, Laws ii 68.15
Comm. coemchlodh abbad i nArdd Machae .i. Dermait i nd. ¤
5Forindan, AU 838 (cf. i n-inad, 834 ). in dā ainm . . . i ndun
aen-anma instead of one name, Corm. Y 863 = ar son en
anma, LB (hence O'Cl. d. ¤ .i. ar son). cia beith ind. ¤ cech
mairb maill | rabrog a ainm in ṅgarbchaill though he be in the
place
(i.e. state?) of the dead that move not, LL 199b17 (Dinds. of
10Crechmael) = inon, BB 393b15 . dia faigdi 'mo oen deirc i nd. ¤
circe Boirche in compensation for, RC xv 462 ( Dinds. 64 ).
Goill do beith . . . agá haitreabhadh inon na mac mbethadh,
FM vi 2250.16 . gille athoighed chuca ind. ¤ echlaighi in the
capacity of a horse-boy
, Hugh Roe 20.3 . bása inón bíasta
15n-oll, LU 2999 .

2 don n misfortune, evil: is marb Lon . . . do Chill Garad mor in
d. ¤ , Fél. 198 (Sept. 3) . G. ro gabh d. ¤ `was unfortunate', Mart.
Don. 234.9 . issed nombéra do d. ¤ | irchor Ferchis for Mac Con
`this is what shall consign me to misery', SG 318.23 ( LL 292a23 ).
20 bid dith is d. ¤ da rigaib, Fen. 246.11 . rothairrngir d. ¤ (donus,
v.l.) dia saerthachaib do neoch nā bīathfad rīg Connacht, ZCP
xiii 25.25 . cethri bliadna déc cen d. ¤ | sin ráith chloen do
Chonchobor, LL 130a25 . ? garb d. ¤ fobera nglē, Festschr.
Stokes 5.9 . ort do dh. ¤ ┐ do dhuabhais, a Thomáis (an impreca-
25tion), PCT 543 . ort do dhon ┐ do ghuais, Feis TC p. 63 .
` mischief, evil', O'Br. `mischief, misfortune ', P. O'C. d. ¤
tfiafraighthe orat, ib. See IGT Decl. § 96 (130.17) .

3 don n(dón? Lat. donum) gift: d. ¤ tidnocul, Auraic. 2733 . d. ¤ .i.
tindlocad, Lec. Gl. 178 . See dán.

30 Don n.pr. m. D. ¤ mac Echdach in súi, LL 313b38 .

dona adj(-ae) io,iā unfortunate, unlucky, wretched: d. ¤ .i. do-ana .i.
buith cen ana, Corm. Y 443 . d. ¤ .i. do-ana, Stowe Gl. 306 .
dochraid cach d. ¤ , Tec. Corm. § 31.23 . fáilid cách co d. ¤ (adv.?
subst.?), 18 . doc[h]ētfadach cech d. ¤ , Arch. iii 228 . ionadha
35d. ¤ no nemchonáig, Triads p. 37 gl. 44 . a d. ¤ deroil dobil, PH
3929 . a tégdais dub dorcha d. ¤ , 8221 . sothcedach ┐ doth-
cedach sona ┐ dona, ZCP xvi 175 § 2 . mórthrecheng nád donae,
Fél. Sept. 16 . diultad d. ¤ , IT iii 86 § 90 . ní dis d. ¤ , Anecd. i
50.10 . eclach . . . d. ¤ digair duiligh, BB 257b6 . as d. ¤ damh-sa
40mo bhen do breith a Laignibh, Im. Brain i 63.26 . nem-d. ¤ an
drong dan duchass lucky the people whose patrimony it is, Lec.
171b17 . d. ¤ an chaor nach beodha buan, Keat. Poems 1332 .
a Bhanba dh. ¤ dhuaibhseach, 1349 . freagair go direach snā bi
a bhfhad na thimchioll go d. ¤ , miserably , Luc. Fid. 323.12 . as
45í do ghluais an ghluais dh. ¤ dhotharnach gan fhulang gan
tabhacht, 324.4 . dochuaidh seision ar aghaidh go d. ¤ a slighe
a chroidhe, Isa. lvii 17 . Compar. with DE: is donaite cach
tuat[h]bel, O'Mulc. 754 . Note also: is donad a smir, O'Mulc.
397 . ? labhair, no dhamhsa (= gabh-sa) an chluas dhonadh,
50 Luc. Fid. 326.5 . See donaide.

? donaca: ind fri tascur n-imhais īar mBōind no greithine .i.
bolcc i mba fuilnge grīan forna luibip ┐ cidbe caithes īat bid
donaca, Anecd. v 25 n. 7 = bidh dan aigi, O'Dav. 1569 .

donad n act of consoling; consolation: d. ¤ et nertad inso, Wb.
55 25c3 . huanaib hi frisrailsiur dum d. ¤ gl. consolantibus me, Ml.
86d8 . hé dodilsig dún Dia dil | . . . Pardus fri d. ¤ a druing, SR
1227 . Cf. do-dona.

Donaide pn in name of a relic: mind dorigne cona laim feissin,
Donaidi Matha a ainm, Trip.² 942 .

60 donaide adj(dona): Leaburcam inn echlach . . . donaidhi dothe-
angthach ill-disposed , BB 257b29 . cóir a cuibrend . . . dubi
diana d. ¤ wretched (?), LL 27by .

donaidm n(naidm) bad contract: atait tri dond nadm naiscaidter
la feine diceanglad a feicheamna, Laws iv 60.9 . ate donad-
65mand innso diceanglad a feicheamna, 14 . Comm. takes as
compd. of 3 donn ( secret theft ).

? donaig: ind donaigh .i. danai .i. aí dligead nó ealada nó caingean,
Stowe Gl. 47 . Cf. donaca.

donairte n(cf. sonairte) weakness: mebruigh na sailm mur
70thuigi gan dailb is gan d. ¤ , ZCP xii 385.26 . seirbi ┐ milsi
sonairti ┐ donairti, YBL 82b25 = enairte, Ériu ii 108 § 21 .

do-naisc v(*to-nasc-) binds. Fut. 3 s. tus-nena nadmuim `shall
bind her with a bond
', Ériu xvi 146.19 . Pass. cach cin agarthar
ar duine . . . is fir testa donensair aire, O'C. 598 ( H. 3.18 294 ).
75 Vn. tonaidm.

Dónait n.pr. m. = Lat. Donatus: D. ¤ , Fél. Nov. 9 . D. ¤ dagfhial,
Gorm. Aug. 7 . la D. ¤ nár dáibill, May 8 . Donait, Feb. 4 , 17 ;
Aug. 19 , 23 . Donait mac Tohence, abb Corcaighe, FM 759 .
? gen. Condmach mac Donit abbas Corcaighe, AU 799 .
80 Cellachán Ua Donait, FM ii 592.3 (or from a nom. Donat?).
Cf. a diamraib breithrib Donaide, ZCP xiii 294.5 .

? do-naith v(*to-neth-, Ped. ii 584 ) waits: ná tuinithe aidc[h]e
ūath illeirc `do not await the terror of night on the battlefield',
Fianaig. 12 § 23 . tainic Fiachi remhi . . . ┐ donaidh re Nad-
85crantainn techt go hath in chomraig arna mhárach, RC xiv
256 § 2 . donaith [in mac fuirmid] a oenur, no aenfher lais dia
forromha, O'Don. 1218 ( H. 2. 15, 85b ). ? tuinither for tarrach-
tain, ZCP xiii 24.2 (let possession be taken, Thurn. Burgschaft
12 ). Vn. tuinide. Cf. ad-neät, ar-neät.