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1 duí n t,m. and f., IGT Metr. Faults § 131 (suppl. to Ériu xvii)
fool, unwise or unlearned person, ignoramus: cain cach sái,
díscir cach dái, Arch. iii 229 . níp sái nech corop dái no one
80will be wise till he is (first) ignorant
, Tec. Corm. 56 . dolig dán
laechdacht . . . is dergna a dúi gnimuch, duthain a súi, LL
346a40 . glas forfácoibh fair in súi, | náchun-ursloicce nac[h]
d. ¤ , Fianaig. 14 . marait dia n-éis a scéla, | acht mad d. ¤ nisdichēla
no one save a fool will conceal them, RC xxiii 304 ; SR
85 2691 (oppd. to suí); TBC² 5299 . Cerball nír d. ¤ ciar dótmer,
LL 201b30 . Samuel nir d. ¤ debt[h]ach, Gorm. Nov. 7 . in dub
dedbladach nir d. ¤ , BB 405a17 . in didil nar d. ¤ , 408b50 . dall
nó daoi, Keat. i 74 . gibé daoi le seanchas whatever ignorant
shanachie
, iv 14 . d s. do duid , LU 535 = ACC § 6 Comm.
( RC xx 156 ). du. an dá dhaoi , O'Gr. Cat. 593 . pl. gur daoithe
5mic Mhíleadh i bhfádaibh Néill, Hackett vi 8 . As adj. ? fri
druidib duithib, SR 3235 (see Wortk. 129 ). grádh diombuan
daoi `inconstant churlish love' (?), Ó Bruad. ii 130 . In n.pr.:
tri filid ind ríg sin .i. Súi ┐ Rodui ┐ Fordui, BDD § 124 . Cf.
5 doé.

10 2 duí xsee 3 doé.

Duí pnsee Daui.

Duib- in n.pr., see dub compds.

duibe n f. (dub) duibi, IGT Abstr. Nouns § 87 . darkness, black-
ness, dark colour: Eitech ingen Lennghlais luain | áit ar
15fácaib d. ¤ a drech, SG ii 473 . a dhorus ar a dhuibhe | ní solus
gidh sneachtaighe its door gives no light because of its darkness
(of Hell), TSh. 6177 . mar fīon ag dul a nduibhe turning a dark
colour
, 24 P 22, 90.6 . curind an folt a nduibhe turns the hair
black
, 23 F 19, 26rb31 . ní fuil nech uainn fó d. ¤ black-haired ,
20 SG 245 . Of iris or pupil of eye (oppd. to gile white or cornea),
23 P 10, 88.5 . Fig.: iarnbērlae .i. is aire isberar ar a d. ¤ in
bēlrae ┐ ar a dorchatae obscurity, cryptic nature , Corm. Y 755 .
aidh[igh]echt na d. ¤ (`Hospitality of the malignity') Black Guest-
ing
(so called from treachery practised in it), AU iii 56 .
25 domrat i ndubi ndecair | Rí na n-uli, Im. Brain ii 289 .
innarbaidh [vinum] doibe (wine) dispels gloom, 23 O 23, 42a40 .
Lon dathglan cen duibhe, Gorm. June 24 . June 29 (dube),
Nov. 13 . cóic maic Dela cen d. ¤ `without stain', Met. Dinds.
iii 112 . secht mbliadna dég can dubi (: toguidi) `without
30obscurity
', Hy Fiachr. 298 . coica miled moṅgbuide | 'moan
ríg cen rígd. ¤ , LL 192a8 . See dubae.

Duibe n.pr. m., Rawl. 160a48 (= Duib, 43 , Dub, 45 ). gen.
Dube, 3 ; D. ¤ , 50 ; Duibi, 6b 4 .

duibecán n(later form of compd. dub-aigén, see dub compds.)
35 deep abyss: a bháthadh a nduibheagán na fairrge, Donl. 340 .
éighid as na duibheacánaibh (= e profundis), TSh. 6433 . Fig.
duibhiogán mór do smuaintighthibh profundity , Desid. 2452 .

duibecánach adj(duibecán) deep, abysmal: midhemhuin dhith-
chillach dhuibegánach, Luc. Fid. 173 . egla do bhrei-
40themhnuis duibheganaigh unfathomable , Parrth. Anma 348 .
iomad . . . abhann nduibheganach, MacAingil 402 . ciall . . .
roi-dhuibheagánach profound , Desid. 7075 .

duibecánaige n(duibecánach): duibhiogánaidhe . . . bhrei-
theamhnais Dé profundity , Desid. 1163 .

45 duibecánta x= duibecánach: a cuimhne dhuibheacánta sean-
chusa (= a profundissima antiquitatis memoria), Keat. i 44 .

duibel(l) adj sudden, quick, nimble: duibell .i. utmall ut est d. ¤ lon
lobur, O'Dav. 595 . duibell lom lobhar, O'Don. 2212 (Nero
A vii, 146a). duibeal .i. obann. duibeall .i. udmall no luath,
50 O'Cl. dubell .i. dub dia n-eipil .i. saighnén, H. 3.18, 68a ,
634c ( O'C. 100 ). cind secht mbliadan, ní duibel, | do fích
Mucrama matan, RC xiii 442 ( LL 289a ). Cf. duible.

duibgenn (Duib-) xsee dub compds.

duibius adjmed. = Lat. dubius: ata feth as gach uirghi danad
55ainm diuidimus (= δίδυμος?) no d. ¤ ┐ is ní cunntubartach hi,
oir atá a cunntabairt ag na dochturib an ōna hurgib nó an
ōna hinnib tic an feth so, 23 F 19, 3vb28 .

duible n(duibell) precipitate speed, panic (?): [cuilén con] do
dhul uadha for duibhle ┐ dásacht, FDG 30 v.l. = a dul for
60duibhle ┐ dasacht, MR 8 . ic dola ar dibla ┐ ar dásacht, 200 .
Cf. dible, doible.

? duiblicht : n is e sin in d. ¤ rodlig cnāides in aillsi, 24 B 3,
85.3 (med.).

duibne xsee doimne.

65 Duibne n.pr. m., Acall. 4558 . gen. m. D. ¤ , Rawl. 121a32 . As
n.pr. f. see dub compds.

Duibnech pn(Duibne) native of Corco Duibne: pl. Duibnigh,
Caithr. CC § 87 . tricha dághbhó a Duibhneachaibh, BR 64 .
i dtír Dhuibhneach, E. O'Rahilly vii 8 . As adj. diangasrada
70 duibnich , Caithr. CC § 75 . As n.pr. m., Gorm. Oct. 7 ; Mart.
Don. Oct. 7 (Duibneach).

Duibre n.pr. m., Met. Dinds. iii 318.17 , 21 . gen. m. Duibri ,
BB 186c8 . ? Ciar i. Duibrea , LL 353b41 .

Duibrend n.pr. m., gen. Aithlech Mór mac D. ¤ , Fianaig. 94 =
75 Duibrenn SG 91.31 ; m. Duibreand , Lec. 362b32 .

Duibthír xseedubthair and Hog. Onom. s.v. Dubthar .

Duicuill n.pr. m. Duichaill Derg, Gorm. Mar. 15 gl. (= Dui-
choill Dercc, Mart. Don. ). D. ¤ diada (.i. mo Dícu), Nov. 17
(= Duichuill, Mart. Don. ). For Diucuill?

80 Duíd (dissyll.) n.pr. m. David . See Dáuith and Duaid. gen.
Dúid, SR 5680 , 6134 , 6714 , 6866 . hi cumachtae nDuid, Ml.
55b16 . i n-aimsir Dúida maic lase, LL 14b47 . See Ériu xvi
108 .

? duidlid : adv co n-accatar ingin a ndochum for teichiud ria
85n-aroli duni-orcnid, co torchair ina ḟ[i]adnaise ┐ corusmarb
in d. ¤ , Lat. Lives 110 ( LB 31b31 ) (= quidam crudelis).