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

dúanaire n[io,m.] (dúan) (a) maker or reciter of verses: rhymer,
chanter, poet, bard , P. O'C. filedh, bard, d. ¤ , Eg. Gl. 350 ;
5 Luran d. ¤ , LL 354e25 . a sealb docuaid ōn curi | nach fuair
co dearb d. ¤ their gains departed from the band who secured not
a poet (to celebrate them
), Lec. 365a50 . luga ná dorn in duainire
(of Eisirt, ollamh of the Luchrapán), SG 249 . an d. ¤ donn-
shúileach, Ó Bruad. ii 58 .
10(b) song-book, poem-book, collection of poems: nech robo mo
d. ¤ do bi i n-Erinn ina aimsir who had the greatest collection of
poems (who had most poems addressed to him
?), AU iii 204 .
nech is mó ┐ is ferr d. ¤ diadhachta 'san aimsir deigheanaigh,
316 . neach . . . roba mó d. ¤ ina aimsir `had a larger collection of
15poems
', FM iv 1008 . fer dearlaicteach duasmhór roba mó d. ¤
d'Fhionnghallaibh Ereann `had the largest collection of poetical
compositions
', vi 1996 . is ionann saltair ┐ d. ¤ i na mbiadh
iomad do dhuantaibh nó do dhántaibh, Keat. i 90 . tucthar
dam d. ¤ maic Lonain con faiccmis a cialla na nduan filet ann,
20 LL 288 marg. ( TBC p. 911 ). doghéan d. ¤ dod dhán, A. Ó
Dálaigh xxxiv 4 . ní peaca a chur deachtaigthe i nd. ¤ to dictate
and to set down in a poem-book
, O'Gr. Cat. 567 . Of a single
poem: fis nār ṡuaithnich (sthuaithnich, MS.) riam roime | do
dearbus im d. ¤ (concluding stanza of poem on Cruachan), Lec.
25 354a35 .

dúanairecht n(dúanaire) singing or composing verses: an
tuiremh so ar m'aire gur serb an d. ¤ this elegy which now I
meditate would be found an over-bitter piece of rhyming
, O'Gr.
Cat. 567 .

30 Duanamail n.pr. m. gen., LL 352f5 .

Duanán n.pr. of a hound, Oss. iv 204 .

Dúanmaige n.pr. m. gen. Uí Duanmaighe (name of a family),
Hy Fiachr. 164 . O'Duanmuidi , 220 . Uí Duanma nó Duan-
maig , 6 .

35 Duansech n.pr. f. ben Domnaill direch D. ¤ , RC xlvii 308.9 .

dúar n[o] word; stanza (poetic and B. na f.): d. ¤ .i. focul, Auraic.
5441 ; Cóir Anm. 68 ; Lec. Gl. 49 ; Stowe Gl. 61 . duarfine . . .
ainm d'filethaib .i. fine d. ¤ .i. fine foccul, Corm. Y 445 . dia
treisi tairgider dala duarfine, O'Don. 2214 (Nero A vii 147b).
40 durrtaigi .i. . . . tech a telcter duair focail .i. d. ¤ focal, Laws v
102 Comm. ic d. ¤ .i. ic foclaib, Auraic. 350 . dúar .i. rann no
focal . . . as ionann d. ¤ ┐ focal, O'Cl. d. ¤ is ainm do rann, ut
est: cia d. ¤ donesa nath, Corm. Y 445 ; O'Dav. 583 . d. ¤ diana,
883 . ris cena d. ¤ 'na dechair a tale without a lay to follow it,
45 Met. Dinds. iii 54 (.i. sgél gan a dhuain ina leanmhain, O'Cl.
s.v. deachair ). cia nach laithfeadh siansa a nd. ¤ `who would
not put sense in a quatrain
?', ZCP iii 378 = a fuach v 483 .
ag tinm dh. ¤ (.i. tuicsin focal no rann), ib. = ag teinm fuach,
iii 378 . a chursoin na nd. ¤ gcaladh (.i. na focal cruaidh), v 488 .
50 nir thuill riamh act d. ¤ (.i. rann no focal) toladh | ar chrann
toraidh Rí Breifne, Hard. ii 290 . ? Buan ben Mesgegra ciar
dimbuan | na tres n-ergna din d. ¤ n-ard, LL 138a38 .
Other interpretations: d. ¤ .i. imat, O'Dav. 582 . a duaraib
drecht, ib. d. ¤ .i. cach torad, Lec. 516 ; Stowe Gl. 62 . d. ¤ .i.
55feoil, LL 38b22 (= focul, Auraic. 5441 ).
Compd. ¤ ḟine wordy tribe, poets , see above.

dúarcus n u,[m.] (dúairc) harshness, grimness: eochair dotla
dúarcus, ZCP vi 270 § 9 . nimdluig duarcas-[s]a I deserved
not harshness
, Buile S. 96 . gníomh duarcusa, 98 . druimni
60duarcusa, 100 .

Duardán n.pr. of a hound , Oss. iv 208 .

dúartan n downpour, shower: d. ¤ deor, Munster Poets i 52 . d. ¤
spéire, E. O'Rahilly xxvi 69 . gan caoch-cheó, gan d. ¤ , gan
tuile, xxx 32 . bhí i Sídh Chruachan d. ¤ glórach `a loud hum
65of sorrow
', xv 42 .

1 dúas n ā,f. Later dúais. duas, IGT Decl. § 39 . duais, § 14 .
a p. dúasu (: úasu), Met. Dinds. iii 302.62 . gift, reward, esp.
a recompense given to poets: doas ind immuin, Trip.² 2899 .
rucus indīlsi ṅduais that the reward does not belong to the poet,
70 ZCP xv 309 . duas teachta do file, Laws v 212 (.i. in duais
dligthech doberar don filid, Comm. ). dúas mo duane, LL
45b22 . dentar lim-sa d. ¤ . . . do chnuass na cnō cumraide a
reward from (for?) the harvest of fragrant nuts
, 38a40 ( Thurn.
Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 79 ). dorónus dōibh dua[i]n . . . ni tardad
75dúas dar a hēisi, Arch. iii 296 § 45 . tabhair [ar] mo dhán . . . |
díolgadh m'uilc gidh daor an d. ¤ , A. Ó Dálaigh xvii 3 . Colum
Cille nar críon duais, BNnÉ 253 . dofucus in mboin-sea i
nduais n-airchedail, IT ii2 244 . i nduais filed, Laws v 128 .
eochair duaisi duana songs bring forth gifts, ZCP vi 270 . do
80chuingid duaisi duaine, Acall. 5488 . iar femed na duaisi,
RC xii 119 . duasa cinnte ar son a nduan ┐ a ndréacht, Keat.
iii 1498 . cia dobheir uaidh duasa ar dhántaibh? Keat. Poems
518 . rí is mō do dāil do duasaib ┐ derlaicib d'filedaib, BB
333a26 (late entry). ar duasaibh duanmholta, FM vi 1906 . In
85wider sense, of a gift in general: doss .i. fili quasi duass .i.
tinscra, Corm. Y 459 ; O'Mulc. 323 . Deissi .i. duaisi ar is a
tinnscra mhná tucad doib ferann, Cóir Anm. 169 . cf. BB
251b39 (= dúis?). duais do chionn chomaoine a gift in return
for kindness
, KMMisc. 346 . is curata an seasamh le ar
bheanadar duais ar bith the stand whereby they wrung any
5boon at all
, Ó Bruad. iii 166 . Fionn fial na nd. ¤ , Oss. iv 54 .
ben dian fri duasu eager for gifts, Met. Dinds. iii 302 .
Compds. ¤ bog yielding (liberal) in gifts: Guaire duasbhog,
Keat. Poems 829 ; 1353 . ¤ línmar: Nualuidh dhuaislíonmhar
abounding in gifts, 3 C 12, 257.12 . ¤ mór: degfher duasmhór
10dána `accustomed to rich guerdons', SG 337 . saoi dearlaictheach
duasmhór deigh-einigh munificent , FM v 1724 ; vi 1996 .
¤ ordairc (airderc): tar éis Cormaic, an daonnachtach d., 3 C
13, 832.5 . ¤ úr: an triathfear d. whose bounty never withers,
Ó Bruad. xiii 19 n.
15See dúis, with which this word is somet. confused (esp. in
pl. dúaise).