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druimnech adj o,ā (druimne) (a) Of manufactured articles, esp.
85made of gold, and also of wrought gold itself, perh. ribbed,
ridged, embossed: cuing d. ¤ dronargda, FB § 45 ; § 47 ; cuing
drumnech dronōrda, IT i 310.29 (` curved, arched ', O'Curry,
quoted Wind. Wtb., but the early Irish two-horse yoke was
straight; prob. of raised metal-work which ran along it, cf.
epithets dron-argda, ¤ órda). ina chathaīr druimnig dergōir
5(of High Priest's chair), SR 4516 . la cuach nd. ¤ nderg-oir,
6388 . fail d. ¤ dergoir, Acall. 4469 . slabrad d. ¤ dergóir, 6199 .
fuan . . . cona chimais drumnig dergg-óir, LL 237b16 ( TTr.
1531 ). sciath d. ¤ , SG 263.27 . tresin ndeirg ndruimnig (name
of a shield), MR 152.17 . sleg drumnech with ridges running
10along the shaft
(?), TBC 4316 ; LL 244a17 ( TTr. 2030 ); BDD
§ 76 . sleg tredruimnech ` three-ridged ', § 97 ; TBC² 2343 . sé
mīli slegh sē-druimnech, ZCP xiii 12.10 . lia cloichi coic-
druimneach (of a pillar-stone at Uisnech having five sides,
one facing each province), Ériu iv 152 § 32 . treabh na n-
15aolchloch ndruineach (ndruimnech, v.l.; having angles, i.e.
hewn ?), Ó Bruad. i 118 .
Of wrought gold: dergór druimne(i)ch, Anecd. i 71 § 189 , cf.
ZCP xi 160 . gaei d'ór d. ¤ dír, ZCP xii 245 § 19 . srian óir druim-
nig, SG 242.30 . hetach indtlaissi . . . do derg-or d. ¤ , LL 402b19 .
20(b) Of unworked materials, natural objects, etc.: rogníd do
derg-ibur drumnech . . . iarna dlugu (of timber for a house),
LL 181b5 . tuighi d. ¤ (`ridgy thatch', SG), Acall. 787 . derccain
donna drumnecha, RC xvi 278 . pónaire druimneach, IGT
Decl. ex. 130 . dresa dilgnecha druimnecha, RC xxvi 160 § 46 .
25 Of places, uneven, hilly: Dermag d. ¤ , Met. Dinds. i 40.23 . in
domun d. ¤ , ZCP viii 195 § 1 . ocon maigin muiredruimnig `an
der hochgratigen (?) Stätte
', Bruchst. i 17 ( IT iii 12.6 ).
Of hair, wavy, undulating (?): folt . . . druimneach, TBC²
3146 ; ZCP ii 337.20 . mong casdrumnech, TFerbe 121 . fine
30Chais na ccūl ndruimneach, 3 C 13, 670.4 . cruit Bhriain an
bhairr druimnig, 16 . Transf. of pers.: ria nDomnall ndrum-
nech `ringletted D.', Arch. Hib. ii 59 § 14 .

? druimned: n iar nd. ¤ (.i. iar medhōn) Bōinde frithroisc,
Anecd. v 25.8 . Perh. for druimne.

35 druimnín n m. (druimne) small ridge; of raised metal-work:
ruadaigthir d. ¤ dergoir, ZCP xii 256.25 . As n.loc. ( hillock?):
an Druimnín (Drumaneen, Co. Cork), E. O'Rahilly 82.24 .
mac Domhnaill an D. ¤ , ITS xv 15.13 .

druin adj clever, skilful: d. ¤ .i. glicc, Lec. Gl. 140 . Thr. Ir. Gl. 138
40(gl. on: cona chléir ind ḟírdruin, Fél. Dec. 3 , taken by Stokes
as d s f. of 1 dron). ? drunn .i. dearscaightheach, P.O'C. Cirill
crinna caemd. ¤ , Gorm. March 9 , cf. March 26 , Jan. 19 . in
Daghdha ba d. ¤ , Celt. Rev. x 345.27 . batar fírdruine a cliar
glan | fiad rigsuide in Duileman, SR 2163 . hili huili dúili
45Dé | dili druini, dreim as má, 7998 . Adv. in saer doni in durr-
thech cu dron no cu d. ¤ , Laws v 102. 26 Comm. o da innisius co
d. ¤ | sgela derid in domain, Fen. 104.5 .
Compd. genus co ndruincland (characteristic of a good
woman), Auraic. 5271 .

50 Druince in n.pr. m. Bolgc D. ¤ , Rawl. 159b52 .

1 druine n iā, f. (1 dron) firmness, solidity, strength (some of
follg. exx. could equally be referred to 2 druine): in Dagda d. ¤
(g s. as attrib.), Met. Dinds. iv 104 . ar do d. ¤ as do gaisgidh,
Aen. 2842 . fuil Abeil co nd. ¤ dēin | do ōl huile do Chaēin, SR
55 1943 , cf. co n-imdruine, 566 . cona chroich ndeirg co nd. ¤ |
ferfaid feirg in rigruire, KMMisc. 156.11 . sondach uma fair
co nd. ¤ , Anecd. i 60 § 86 , cf. ZCP xi 154 . ? grāin chatha ar
gach aen nonbar | do fāgbus daib co ndruinne, Fen. 92 . drong
go nd. ¤ , Ó Bruad. ii 60.23 .

60 2 druine n iā, f. (druin). skill in craftsmanship, manual dexterity;
handiwork: d. ¤ mrechtrad (d. ¤ cech brithemnais, v.l.), Tec.
Corm. § 3.42 . di ór huili . . . co nd. ¤ . . . na staba, SR 4362 .
is si d. ¤ dana dlegar don gobaind, O'C. 1032 ( H. 3.18 433 )
( Petrie Tara 213 ). eolas cach d. ¤ ┐ cach elathan dogní lám
65duine, LL 229a37 ( TTr. 890 ). Esp. of women's work, needle-
work, embroidery: grés for mna (.i. mná fri d. ¤ ), LL 188a40 ,
cf. RC xxvi 34 . sóifid ro-d. ¤ i n-ónmite ┐ athchessa `great skill
in embroidery will pass to fools and harlots
', RC xxvi 42 § 220 .
fán na mban, dál fri d. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 24 . ni roibi ben dob
70ferr d. ¤ ┐ dethbes ná 'n ingin sin, RC x 187.17 . oc foglaim d. ¤
┐ deglamda . . . buaid d. ¤ , LU 10182 , 10185 . ag dénamh a nd. ¤
┐ a ndeglamh, ITS v 72 . co ndruni ┐ lamda ┐ lamthorud,
LU 3908 ( SC § 42 ).

druinech adj o,ā (2 druine): i mBelgond, i mBreogann ndruinich,
75 Lec. 540a28 = i mBreogaint mbrainich, Leb. Gab. 240 , cf.
BB 19b39 . treabh na n-aolchloch ndruineach wrought with
skill
(?), Ó Bruad. i 118 . Usually as subst. ā,f. needlewoman,
embroideress: d. ¤ maith, BDD § 5 . d. ¤ cechla bean, ZCP ix
170.17 . Nema siur Thubalchain fa hisin in che[d]d. ¤ , Lec.
80 531b19 . iss mo do thorbu dosli cach ben bes d. ¤ olldaite cid
rigna, Laws v 382.3 . g s. druinige, 382.1 . folach druinige, 312.3 .
mac na druinigi, Ériu iv 126.8 . dobeir do S. druin[i]g maith,
Aen. 1031 (= serva . . . operum haud ignara Minervae, Verg.
Aen. v 284 ). milbéla druinecha `skilful women are honey-
85mouthed
', Tec. Corm. § 13.37 . band. ¤ Oengusa, SG ii 482.27 .
d. ¤ a nomine dorco .i. uidens , O'Mulc. 346 is prob. an etymol.
gl. on this word. The d. ¤ was officially recognized in constitu-
tion of the early Ir. church: isi ind og ba d. ¤ cumtha ┐ huamma
etaig Colu[i]mcille, Fél. 42.10 . a théora druinecha (of St.
Patrick, textrices et sacrorum linteorum confectrices, Colgan)
5 Trip. 266 ( Trip.² 3142 ).