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dúalig n ī,f. (see súalaig) trisyll. in verse, see SR, Arch. iii 319 §
82 cited below. n s. dualaig, Ml. 129b4 . a s. dualaich, Sg.
26a8 . dualaig, LL 376a44 . d s. dualig, Wb. 9b8 . duailche,
ZCP iii 25.18 . g s. dualcha, Thes. ii 325.36 , Ériu vii 138.2 ,
65 160.8 ; dualchae, ZCP iii 25.17 ; dualchi, Mon. Tall. 152.12 .
n p. dualchi, Wb. 30b8 . a p. dualchi, Ml. 18c5 ; Sg. 25b3 .
doailche, Laws v 456.4 . g p. dualche, Thes. ii 356.17 (Hy.);
Wb. 21b11 ; inna nd. ¤ , Ml. 58a20 . Later dualach, LU 2378 ;
PH , etc. d p. dúalchib, Wb. 27a13 . duälchib, SR 2094 , 2214 ,
70 2220 . duälcha, Arch. iii 319 § 82 . Appar. m. in g s. in cetna
duailchi , Fél. xi . a p. fri duailchiu , Ériu ii 56 § 13 . In late
texts somet. dubalaig, d p. dubailchib, ZCP viii 215.9 ,
BNnÉ 267 § 236 . Cf. dubáilce.
Vice, fault of character . Opp. to sualig virtue, Wb. 9b8 .
75 dúalaig in chráis, PH 8017 . [format] is í dualaich insin triasa
romarb Cain Abial, Ériu vii 160 . luxoria hissed ainm inna
dualcha tanaisi marbas anmain duini, 138 = na dualchae
tánaisi, ZCP iii 25 . in cetna duailchi, Fél. xi . co fóisitin
duälcha, Arch. iii 319 = duailche, LB 261b4 . indarbud cecha
80dúalchi, PH 5618 . ó dhorcha peacaidh ┐ doailche, FM 493
(i 156) . dichur duailge, Anecd. v 2 = dichor da cach dualaig,
Alex. 824 . no-ionnarbadh [Brenainn] demhnu ┐ dúailche,
BNnÉ 64 . imdibe dualche, Wb. 21b11 . fretech duälach,
Arch. iii 311 § 2 = ndualcha, FM 926 . do glanad anma
85Adaim, | dia scarad fria dualchaib, SR 2094 . fri himdegail
cuirp ┐ anma ar demnaib . . . ┐ dualchib, Hy. vii Pref . ( Thes.
ii 354 ). do cathucchad fri demhnaibh ┐ dubhailcibh, BNnÉ
267 . ar dóailchib et droichoibrigthib, Aisl. Tund. x 4 . Of a
fault in rhetoric: cen dualaich, Sg. 26a8 , cf. 25b3 . Of a legal or
social disqualification: is indsa mac cumaili i flaithius, ar id
5cutruma a doailche fria mathair his vices (disqualifications?)
are equal to (those of) his mother
, Laws v 456 (with gloss .i. is
cutruma a drochailchi fria mathair im roind in in (sic) athair).
? doalaigh .i. dasacht nó mire, O'Dav. 628 .

dúalldai n(2 dúal) n p. dúalldai airgdidi . . . isi[n] bratt, BDD²
10 7 (` brooch ', Gl.).

? duallsige: n Fothad Dolus .i. duallsighi disoillsighi ` non-manifestation ',
Cóir Anm. 220 .

? dúalngeda n g s. dásachtaigi in dúalṅgeda robái fothib, LL
237a47 ( TTr. 1516 ). Cf. túailnge, etc.

15 Dualo n.pr. gen. m. D. ¤ , BB 196a39 .

dúan n ā,f. Later oft. dúain. a s. also duan, MacCarthy 408.434 .
Song, poem , general term for a verse composition intended
to be recited or sung, usually of more than one stanza (rann);
each of the 150 divisions of SR is called a duan (prose notes
20follg. l. 7788 and 8016). In BB 307b19f. ( MacCarthy 138 )
perh. stanza: is lāntomus duaine in Debide fota `the Long D.
is the full measure of a stanza
'. rann ar gach duain . . . duain
ar gach ollamh d'Éirinn a stanza of every poem . . . a poem for
every poet
, Content. xxx 23 . duain gil (duan, BB), Todd
25Nenn. 144 . Duilem na ndulgeine | da ndealbam duain to
whom I frame a song
, ZCP viii 199 . ón ló do delbus in dúain,
Ériu ii 168 . dorónus dóibh dua[i]n mbinn mbairdne, Arch.
iii 296 . oc cormaim gaibtir duana poems are chanted, Thes. ii
295 (SP v). da tí aes dána sin crích . . . co rop siat a duana
30sain ┐ a dréchta gabtair ar tús i nEmain, TBC 1156 . do
ghabh duana ┐ dreuchta ┐ deagh-dhánta a sean ┐ a sinsear
dí, Oss. iii 48 . o thair in duain do gabail `when the recitation
of the poem is finished
', Laws v 212 Comm. rocan in fili in
duansa deis-creidmigh, MacCarthy 408 . cionnus chanfam
35duain an Tighearna, TSh. 6361 (= canticum, Ps. cxxxvi 4 ).
sheinnios D. duan ┐ degcheol dō, SG 277 . tallus luag mo
duane de, Met. Dinds. i 52 . do chuingid duaisi duaine, Acall.
5489 . dúas ar nduana (for d. ¤ , v.l.), Arch. iii 296 § 44 . cenél
Fermac . . . deig-reic a nd. ¤ ní dimain, BB 188b27 . Sathgel
40caem dar deimin d. ¤ who was sure of a song (i.e. of praise of
bards), 189a2 . roindis duana da n[d]eig-righ, 10 . amail
rustuirim M. i mbrollach duaine Flainn, Lec. 38b19 . dūnta
for nd. ¤ decid lib, | a aes in dana dlighthig, Auraic. 2183 .
dūnait curpu d. ¤ , 2210 . dosgēn fēin raduain a rrig I will
45compose them a mighty song for their king
, Ériu vii 219 . bās
righ na raduan, MacCarthy 422 . as é do chum na dúanta
senchasa so i ndán díreach, FM vi 2320 . duain naoimhsheanchais,
Keat. iii 749 . iomad do dhuantaibh nó do dhántaibh,
i 90 . ag déanamh duan don tsluagh dá ngríosadh, Keat.
50Poems 1560 . ? a-tá uan liom ag ar bhfoghnamh, | d. ¤ liom do
lomradh gach laoi Thy shearing is my daily song, Aithd. D.
70.10 (? leg. dual, note).
Compds. ¤ abb `song-abbot', poet , LL 11a4 = BB 34a2 ( ZCP
xiii 363.8 ). ¤ bairdne one of the four divisions of bairdne, IT iii
556 . ¤ gleo: Aildergdoit rogab 'na diaigh | di bliadain déc tria
duaingliaidh contest of song (?), Lec. 51a23 . ¤ grinn: dareis
Diarmata d. of the pleasant songs, ZCP ix 466 ( Rawl. 165b23 ).
¤ grith: i nduangreathaib, IT iii 90 . ¤ ḟial: Mendraige Dairbre
duanḟéil generous to poetry, Met. Dinds. ii 46 . ¤ marbnad an
60 elegy or threnody: duanmharbhnadh a mhna, O'Gr. Cat. 574 .
¤ mebair: atchiu maidm ar mórṡluagaib, | noco lem nach d.,
LL 48a32 = duainmiobair, SG 373 . ¤ molad panegyrical
poetry: lethat Tuadmuman . . . sloinnfet tre d. dōib, Ériu ii 50 .
ar dhuasaib duan-mholta, FM vi 1906 . ¤ oirfided singing
65 songs: cruitirecht ┐ d., BB 464b30 . ¤ timna a testament in
verse
, BNnÉ 273 § 245 .

duana n poverty: bíeid celldach hi cill indala sar . . . bíeid d. ¤ hi
congbail alaili . . . celldach hi Clochur; Domnach Mór Maige
Tóchair, dommatu i suidiu, Trip.² 1839 . See doana.

70 dúanach adj o,ā (dúan) given to song, fond of poetry; songful . Of
persons: ropdar duanaich i ndálaib (: sluagaig), LL 133b49
( Todd Nenn. 230 ). degmacc duanach Dondchada, Arch. Hib.
ii 84 . Dáire sírchrechtach .i. d. ¤ , SG ii 463 . Diarmait D. ¤ ,
CRR 46 . Aed ó Donnchada dúanaigh, ZCP viii 226 . ingen
75Maelṡechlainn duind duanaig, LL 141a20 . in deilm d. ¤ , in
Loth luamnach `the burden of song' (of a hero), Met. Dinds.
iii 184 . a deitgil duanaich `sung in lays', 182 . Of things
or places: dítiu dúanach, IT iii 76 . treb thogach d. ¤ (of
Heaven), SR 339 . [D]ruim Suamaig . . . co sithchairib fon
80druim nd. ¤ , BB 409b47 . samhail daigh-Néill . . . 'na thigh
dhuanaigh, 3 C 1 3, 678.5 . a chnuic thiar . . . is tú an dumha
deaghdhuanach, DDána 64.33 . As n.pr. m. mac Duanaich,
BB 146d48 . As n.pr. f., H. 3.17, 670 .

dúanad n(dúan?): uallach is borbcass bar cach | fri duanad
85dordbrass detach, Lec. 35b16 .

dúanaigecht n(dúan) singing or reciting of poems: d. ¤ ann,
colbaigecht ciuil, | cornairecht chiuin is cliaraigecht, SG
249 .