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dúla adj(prob. orig. g s. of 1 or 2 dúil. Perh. infl. by dúal) natural,
desirable, fitting, suitable . Usually with prec. neg. form of
copula: gním nár d. ¤ , RC vi 184 . ca ceol díb nar bo d. ¤ ? RC
85 vii 298 . ceol nár dh. ¤ , Duan. Finn i 29 . ní nár dh. ¤ , Ir. Syll.
Poetry 35 § 10 . Mumha ag dreim nachar dh. ¤ , DDána 74.36 .
Note also: atá i ndliged 's a nd. ¤ | icc rimm éruicc m'ēnṡúla
(umla, v.l.), Anecd. i 27 .

dulach adj(1 dul) moving, swift-running: luid a curach donn dian
d. ¤ , Anecd. i 54 § 33 (Imram Curaig Maíle Dúin). tarrgrach d. ¤
5(: curach), 72 § 203 . tond dian d. ¤ (: subach), 71 § 191 , 67 § 147 .
hi craés curaich os tuind dulaigh, 63 § 109 . Cf. Fianchad
Dulach (sobriquet), LL 329b30 .

dulad n(dul) expedition: lotar .vii. cét armach uadib angbaid d. ¤
(: Muman), Arch. Hib. ii 55 ( LL 182a40 ). ārchoin Emna . . .
10dālthuir dremna fri d. ¤ (: Ulad), LL 2114 = daltair dremna fri
d. ¤ , Lec. 34a56 . don duladh-sa on this expedition, TTebe 1220
v.l. don [d]uladh sin, Acall. 758 v.l.

dulaige n[iā,] f. misconduct, wanton behaviour (?): dulaighi .i.
bedaighi ut est dulaigi drus rodamad ina dos[s]um dán .i. is
15bedaigi in meracht rodama[d] dosum ar a dan ` mockery ',
O'Dav. 622 . doringned amlaid uile | ic damraid na duluige;
| truag in gargdil rogníd and | for ingin ardrig hErenn, LL
192b27 .

dulann n m., IGT Decl. § 11 , f., § 12 dulainn, f. § 13 , m., § 113 .
20 heed, carefulness, preparing for, with FRI (RE): atá ind uball
fallsa fōind | cōir damsa duland (sic leg.) re drēim it is right
for me to give heed to climbing (the ladder
), Arch. iii 237 § 23 .
tír nach cumang móin na mag | d. ¤ bad chóir re a cosnamh,
Ériu iv 228 . (with FO) is cleas fán cóir duland (of Day of
25Judgement), v 70 etc. oirches dulainn resin ndeghmac
(: fulaing), IGT Decl. ex. 656 . Síol Laoghaire ní leanann |
saoraidhe na ríogh romham; | do chuaidh fá a chró a ḟearg
d'fulang | d. ¤ dó a chealg ar Conall, 3 C 12, 160.6 .

dulannach adj(dulann) heedful, attentive, earnest (?): ar mbeith
30don othur ar fadbail aithrighi . . . toburtar ola cuici ┐ fighuir
na croithe (= croiche) cēsda . . . ┐ fechadh co direch d. ¤ ┐
adhradh di, Lib. Flav. i 22vb33 . denadh silled d. ¤ deifirach
urr[i], 35 . deacair teacht re tréan barrach, | búain fútha is
feidhm d. ¤ , Ériu v 72 .

35 dulas n o, [m.] airm . . . i n-indraithfither do d. ¤ `where thy
melancholy (?) will be attacked', Aisl. MC 77 (` appetite ', Henn.).
cibé noscaithea co cair | cen a c[h]reitim in chuirp sin, | is
mór a dulus in tróigh | ón turus téid don altóir (of Sacrament
the wretch has much sorrow (hunger?) of the journey he makes to
40the altar
?), RC xxxvii 349 § 81 . foclaim rimchāin is rimchubus
| . . . | is fer taill dom dāil cen dulus | nā roaerus duine reme,
IT iii 86 ( BB 291b44 ). dicur in craeis ┐ dil in dulais haenda (of
fasting), Lib. Flav. ii 39ra21 .

dulasach: adj teaglaim . . . do dhaosgar-shluagh dheamhnaidhe
45go dána d. ¤ , TSh. 6650 ( greedy (?), Gloss.).

dulbair adjlater also duilbir (do + labar) slow of speech, tongue-
tied, having little to say: d. ¤ dī-sulbair .i. ni suilbir, Corm. Y
441 ; O'Cl. (dulbhair). d. ¤ .i. cen labrad, O'Mulc. 315 . dulbhair
stammering, muttering, balbutiens , O'Don. Suppl. dobheir mé
50duilbhir doirbh, Hard. ii 210 . duilbir ar fedh fleidhe taciturn,
O'Gr. Cat. 411 . dulbaire torbai, sulbaire espai (women are)
slow to speak on useful matters, glib anent trifles
, Tec. Corm. 32 .
As subst. na dulburiu gl. bilingues, Wb. 28c1 .
In wider sense: sciath . . . doilbir sober-hued (?), SG 259.24 .
55 feilm . . . duilbher, Rel. Celt. i 128.28 . go doilibhir, Midn.
Court 187 ( ZCP v ).

dulbaire n iā, f. (dulbair) slowness of speech: trí miscena indsci:
rigne, dlúithe, d. ¤ a bad delivery, Triads 179 . dulbairi cach
doichthe, Arch. iii 229 (leg. dulbair cach dotheng or dotheng-
60thach?).

dulbroig xsee ulbroc and Bidrag 38 .

dulchannach n(dúlchinne?): tri chēt do soigdeiribh dénta
dulchanacha `veterans' (mercenaries?), Rel. Celt. ii 204 . See
duilgenach.

65 ? dulchanta: adj níor chubhartha . . . mac Dáibhí i gcéill | is níor
dh. ¤ Conall Gulbain an lá ríghne écht `more impetuous ', O'Gr.
Cat. 583 .

dúlchinne n(-ŭ-?) also dúilginne, remuneration, recompense:
d. ¤ reward , Wb. 3b16 , 18 , 20c12 . dulchinne in mílti gl. bradium,
70 11a5 . dober[r] a nduilgine sidi, Ml. 56b11 . fochraic ┐ dul-
chinde, LB 12a17 . a n-ifiurn atá a nduilchinne, 12b22 . In
legal texts of remuneration for the making of an implement,
etc. (see Cóic Con. Fug. 72 § 44 ). duilgine cach aicde, Laws
v 212 .i. dechmad cacha dula a duilgine ata logh na aicde, 214
75Comm. ( Cóic Con. Fug. 47 § 81 , 48 § 89 ). im duilchine for
wages
, Laws i 124 , 150 . iar néric in logi as and a dulcine,
O'Don. 937 ( H. 3.17 658d ). cach dán a duil[g]ine, Arch. iii
227 . duilgine achaid payment for a field, Triads 256 . duil-
cinne, O'Mulc. 483 . ic cungid dulgini na opra doringni, LL
80 167a21 . trí duilgine conrannat gníaid, Triads 164 (with gloss:
duilchinn, p. 40 ). rosíc a ndulghena paid their wages, Lism. L.
1577 . duilem na ndulgeine, ZCP viii 199 . duilgne .i. duil-
chinnte .i. luach saothair, O'Cl.

dulius: n crich . . . nā idhan do d. ¤ `district into which it is not
85proper to
enter ', Laws iv 144 Comm. = dulus, O'C. 34 (H.
3 18, 14).