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duinne n ia,f. (donn) dunness, brownness, darkness of hue: issed
85fótera duinni doib . . . athigid in tened co menic, BDD § 127 .
léithi is goire don duinne (: cruime) greyness is nearest to (i.e.
follows on) brownness (old age follows manhood), Duan. Finn
i 82 . d'oigre Ristird . . . | is creach a chéile croibhfhionn | go
mbláth a doinne do dhul in the flower of her brownness (i.e. in
the prime of life?), Ó Bruad. ii 116 . Of tears: le duinne a
5déar, A. Ó Dálaigh viii 2 (: buime), xxi 10 ; cf. a déar ndearg
(g p.), viii 10 .

? duinnech: adj imm a ndūinib duinnig dúir | niptar súinig síl
Saúil, SR 6543 . Cf. dainnech and doínech.

Duinníne n.pr. m. gen. Duinníne, Rawl. 153a49 . Duinine,
10 BB 117b49 .

? duinnscleo: ind Cuinnscleo gilla, mac Annscleo | [ros-]foirrghed
fira a fuirrsceo; | naenbar fo dairbre nduillech | foirrged in
cuinged d. ¤ , Acall. 1590 . ? Leg. cuinnscleo (Cuinnscleo ?).

duinorcnid n i,m. (duinorcun) homicide, murderer: cleirech lasa
15marbtar cimmid, a pendit dō amail cach nduinorcnid, Mon.
Tall. 158 . for teichiud ria n-aroli duniorcnid, Lat. Lives 110
= re araili dunoirgnid, Lism. L. 844 . duinoirgnid, SR 8346 .
gé atāi-si ad' duinoirgnidh, Aisl. Tund. iv 2 . méirlig ┐
duineórgnidi, Trip.² 1847 .

20 duinorcun n ā,f. (duine+orcun) manslaughter, murder: duin-
orcain cen doenchaire, ZCP iii 26 . nā dēnaid . . . debtha nā
duinorcuin fora chēli, LB 123a23 . is olc dhāibh in dunorcu in
do denumh, Lism. L. 2165 . cen etrad, cen duinorgain, SR
4850 . iar nduinorgguin, Trip. 158 ([n]duinórgain, Trip.²
25 1841 ). cocad dna eisíth ┐ dunorcain na hEirenn iarrthaisi
slaughter , SG 69 . forchongra a ndunoirgne do denamh,
BNnÉ 322 . fingala ┐ duineorcni, RC xv 488 § 5 . robtar
iomdha a ndeabhtha ┐ a ndunoirccne, FM vi 2250 .

Duinsech n.pr. ā,f. Dúinsech, SG ii 497.29 . Dunsech, Mart.
30Gorm. Aug. 5 . Duinseach, BB 286a25 . Duinseach ógh o Chill
Dúinsighi, Mart. Don. Dec. 11n. gen. Dunsige, CS 638 . Duin-
sichae (Latinized form), AU 638 .

dúintech adj(dúnaid) med. causing obstruction or constipation,
astringent: neithe stiptica duintecha (dúntacha, v.l.), 3 C 19,
35 2vb6 , 183vb24 .

1 duir xsee dair.

? 2 duir: n Ailenn chruind, Cruachu cainu dun dindgnai, | d. ¤
conserad rōmdae rigrad ruad rindgnai, Rawl. 116b17 , strong-
hold (`Burgen'), Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 17 (see note).

40 duirb xsee 1 doirb.

duirc n dirk, dagger , see O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 211 .

dúire n iā, f. (dúr) d s. durai, Ml. 62a26 . a s. dúire (: glúni), SR
7910 (: gluine), 3465 : d s. duri (: glúni), 2090 .
Hardness, inflexibility (lit. and fig.): ail side ar a dure a rock
45for his hardness
, Hy. ii 37 Comm. ( Thes. ii 316.45 ). adhamant
ar dh. ¤ , PH 8178 . carrac ar d. ¤ , 8269 . claidib crōda cona
nduire, Met. Dinds. iii 473 n. 109 . Esp. of character hardness,
dogged resolution: dúre na Saxan snámach, ZCP i 112 . rostair-
bir a dduiri den | ar airmitiu a Duleman, SR 1391 . tinsit
50a ndúiri (sic leg. for dúini ?) fo tráig | filsit gluine fo chombaig,
3465 . nír ba hinmain risin n-athair é ar a dh. ¤ ` dourness ', SG
391 . in chóraid . . . co n-imbud a nd. ¤ , Fél. Prol. 66 . d. ¤
dhoitheagaisg, TSh. 5511 . for d. ¤ cride ┐ menman, PH 3556 .
Rigour, austerity: d. ¤ in forcetail rechtaide . . . cennsa in
55forcetal shoscelta, PH 3472 . d. ¤ chrábaid hÉrenn Fobur
Féichín, Triads 22 . la dúiri a chrābuid, ZCP ix 457 . Of
obstinate fighting: nír theich neach dibh o chele re dúirí na
deabtha, BB 27a27 . níor mhothuighsiod an fhairrge ag
teacht fútha re d. ¤ an chathuighthe, Keat. i 184 . ? sab duire
60dremna, O'Dav. 596 , 1433 . Transf. of appearance: ar d. ¤
a drochdelba, Ériu iv 102 = dúre, LL 4627 . Perh. pl. in: a
catha ┐ a comrama, a dúiri, a drobela ` her hardihood' (dour-
ness ?), Ériu iv 146 . See dúra.

? duirge: ind fer d. ¤ dorrda, Rel. Celt. i 129.16 .

65 duirgres adv= do grés? Laws v 28.19 Comm. (` continuously ').

duis n scald-crow (?): d. ¤ .i. badb, Stowe Gl. 48 , 114 , 314 . Stokes,
Arch. iii 283 compares dusius (see RC xix 224 ). See 3
duais
.

dúis n[i,f.] n p. dússi, Im. Brain 13 . a p. dúsi, LL 346b3 . dúisse,
70 SR 8294 . ? g p. dúsi, FB § 71 . droncerddach duissi , IT iii
31.17 v.l. dúis, SR 8258 .
(a) something valuable or precious, treasure: d. ¤ .i. séd;
ōrdhúise .i. séoid ōrdha, O'Cl. barc co nduisib ingantaib .i. co
sétuib uaislib, O'Dav. 682 . flesc Aróin ba amra d. ¤ , SR 4333 .
75 nassad . . . amru cech ndúis (: gnúis), 8370 . amal rodeccai
a ggnuis | dosroega sech cach nderbduis, 1070 . is tre ḟír
flathemon dofócbat dúili dúsi ili órdai airgdidi that men lift
manifold treasures of gold and silver (from the earth
), ZCP xi 82 .
? duise .i. ina fethlai, O'C. 476 ( H. 3.18 248 ). a fánne ┐ a
80falge ┐ a fornasca ┐ a n-órdúse, TBC 66 . daighḟir dánai, fiala
a ng[n]ūisi | acht nā tardsat dūisi (duisiu, MS.) dúnai, Arch.
iii 298 . tuirmem a deilb nderscaigthi, a dreich uasna dūisib
his countenance surpassing treasures, Bruchst. i 6 , cf. IT iii 40 .
cétna cennaighe dodechaid . . . i nEirind co nduisib flatha fer
85nGaeidhel, RC xvi 67 ( Dinds. 116 ). co n-imchomarc dō di
ōrdūisib ┐ fīn Gall, RC xi 442 . With extension of meaning:
am cumthach dia éis | nidam tualṅge d. ¤ I am incapable of
(joy in) treasure
(?), LL 18580 ( PRIA xix 548 ).
(b) Fig. of persons: roslecht[sat] dia d. ¤ dia doss leader (?),
SR 3467 . caomh d. ¤ fo líogaibh lóraibh `comely chieftain under
5heavy flagstones
', FM i 532 (poem). a dhuis díona in deg-
shlóig, SG 265 . dorar dusi (.i. trenḟer) an encounter of cham-
pions
(?), FB § 11 . mór do gnúisib Gaedel gnáth, | mór do
dúisib laochrad liath `many a chief of greyhaired heroes', FM
ii 594 .
10Note also: duis .i. dusma (= θαυμαστός, Meyer) graece
mirabilis latine, Corm. Y 501 . duis .i. uasal, O'Dav. 682 .