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? 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.

donál n(earlier donúal(l) (do + núall), see O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii
5192 ). ā,f. sound, noise; cry, wailing; used specially of yelping,
barking or baying of dogs, wolves, and foxes: d. ¤ chon, ZCP
xiii 7.11 . an donāl doni an cū sūas | ┐ a gob etarbhūas, 8.16 .
d. ¤ chuanairt do dhruim Lis, O'Gr. Cat. 651.21 . caraim guth
eōin sech donāil, ZCP xiii 8.4 . cuitechta gan donail píobaire
10'na tosach, Triads p. 43 (§ 253) . cindus doclúinfi Dia a donuall
nó a dibregóit, Fél. pref. x . Dīa fīriēn cluinethar mo donuāil
(donuaill, v.l.), Misc. Hib. ii p. 27 . LU 518 (ACC). donala co
ndīlochta dochum nime nēl wailings , Ériu ii 55 § 5 . a donala
a debthu a diubarta, iv 162 § 25 . amastracha na con ┐ donala
15na fael, CCath. 4170 . tuc a tri donala aisti (of a hound), Acall.
3417 . re donalaibh ┐ re hamustraig na fael ┐ na con, CCath.
4349 . See tanál.

donálach n[ā,f.] (donál) a howling, yelping: d. ¤ na gcon alla,
Buile S. 152.14 . budh iomdha . . . dragún ag danálaigh,
20 TSh. 4069 .

donálad x= donálach: anmanna . . . ag blaodhadh (sic leg.) ┐
ac donalad, RC xxviii 314 § 14 .

donán n o,m. (dona) miserable creature, wretch: am dh. ¤ chríon
d'aithle an t-shluaigh, Oss. iv 8 . mé im dh. ¤ dá éis | ag gearán
25mo cháis, GJ iv 104 . an lorán an d. ¤ an dílleacht, Hackett
xxxix 80 = Keat. Poems 712 . liaigh na ndannán, 23 G 24,
231 .

Donann xsee Danann.

donas n o,m. (but note g s. na donusa , YBL 64a37 ) (dona) IGT
30 Decl. § 11 . ill-luck, misfortune, calamity: meiss .i. donus,
LL 162b28 (cf. Met. Dinds. iii 382.y ). donus ┐ dochnách forra
abus, Fen. 232.25 . munab é in d. ¤ orm dogénainn féin in cles
út, SG 285.26 . rotharrngír donus dia saerthachaibh, BB
266b28 . a chuidecht an donuis, Rel. Celt. i 164.1 . fáth mo
35dhonais gan fortacht, Keat. Poems 1585 . a naimsir a
ndonuis, Jerem. xi 12 . dodhéna misi gáire fa bhur nd. ¤ sa at
your calamity
, Prov. i 26 . a Dhé is beag, dom donasa (= dho-
nas-sa) | . . . féachain ar th'ucht solasa, Gadelica 239.9 . dar
n-únfuirt san donus an gcéin bhus beó sinn, PCT 1415 . go
40meudaigheann a d. ¤ ┐ a míodhágh é, Donl. 168.12 . tri donais,
Triads p. 37 § 71 .

Donatian n.pr. m. = Donatianus, Gorm. Sept. 6 .

dond, Dond xsee donn, pn Donn.

Dondige n.pr. m. gen. m. Faelain m. D. ¤ , LL 324c28 . M.
45Faelain [m.] Donnaigi , 326g40 .

Dondobur n.pr. m. D. ¤ doel, LL 311b57 .

Donduban n.pr. m., LL 40b27 .

donéim adj(níam) uncomely (?): giolla deacair doneimh (: fēigh),
Leb. Gab. 44.2 .

50 do-neith xsee do-naith.

Donennach n.pr. o,m. gen. Conall mac Doinennaig rī Ua
[Fidgente], Cáin Ad. § 28 p. 18 . iugulatio Laidggnein filii
Doinennaigh, AU 743 . maic Donennaig maic Echdach,
Rawl. 151a13 . maic Donennaich maic Oengusa, 152a6 .

55 1 do-nessa v(*dí-ness-, Ped. ii 584 ) spurns, despises: dál Dé
donessai cech rainn | bid tressai indás bág Foraind, SR 3891 .
cia duar donesa nath .i. rann is airegda don molad, Corm.
Y 445 . donesa .i. toinnsi no tairisid nó taithnid ut est donesa
cerd caich nó donaile, O'Dav. 633 (perh. to be referred to
60 2 do-nessa). fornesa ceard n-eicse, d. ¤ cerd n-iumuis, ZCP ii
299.4 . donesbe gl. despicies, which thou wilt despise, Ml.
112c3 . dāil de for Nīall Cailli dodanesfa .i. Temair, ZCP xii
234 . co dunessa gl. despiciat, Ml. 36a12 . condernessa .i. con-
rudimicedar gl. donec . . . despiciat, 129a14 . rob amhlaidh
65dinsiur | cech selb so may I despise, Ériu ii 90 = Éigse ii 115 .
an durunesus gl. spernens, when I spurned, Ml. 36c1 . Vn.
dínsem. See also dínsemaid, dínsigid, dínsimigid.

2 do-nessa v(*to-ness-, Ped. ii 584 ) tramples on, crushes:
drumcla eich . . . cuma lē cip crua dosnessa, couma lē cip
70srīan cotagaib, ZCP viii 103.z . ní trummu do[n]essa in n-usce
oldás ela, LU 5140 (TBC. See ZCP x 200 ). Usually as simple
vb. tuin(n)sid: conhuairgidis ┐ contuinsidis curpo a cheili,
TTebe 980 . Cf. rothuindsnit ochta na n-ánrad, 951 . cenco
tuinsitis cen tair | na tairb ocond imfhorrain, Rawl. 156b27 .
75 fortacrith in n-irind imtrén tromthuinset, FB § 53 (cf. imm-
tuinsea
?). rothunsetar Bretnu amal gort abbaig (= quasi
maturam segetem B. calcant), Anecd. iii 66.28 . rostuindsetar
Tragdai fo nirt-brig a chumachta the T. were crushed down
beneath his sway
, Alex. 74 . asbert in ben arnátuinsed nech
80díib a tír that none of them should tread upon his land, Im.
Brain § 63 . Note also (back-formation): dounsi C. béim din
claidiub na cend deals a blow of the sword, FB § 57 . dounsi C.
béim da biáil féin do, § 77 . diunsi (dorat, v.l.) béim di cloi-
dhemh dó, RC xxi 322 . Vn. tuinsem.

85 ? donfa: ind da fer dec d'anruth d. ¤ , Auraic. 2231 .

donfae xsee do-fed.