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dumach n ā,f. (1 duma) IGT Decl. § 190 . (a) sand-bank, but also
80used like duma for bank or mound in general. Latinized gen.
Dumiche, Ardm. 11b2 , Dumichae, 12a1 ; accus. ad Dumecham ,
11b2 ( Thes. ii 265 ). iní rofasas ar ur na dumaige sandbank,
Laws i 170 Comm. do bháidh muir airde an oirir | an
fhairrgi do dhluigh dumhaidh (= dumhaigh?), 3 C 13, 736.14 .
85 robáitte oc na dumachaib oc Taig Duind, LL 13b18 . roadnacht
in triar ele a ndumhachaib Findmaige, BB 30b39
( Met. Dinds. iii 559 ). na dumacha derboile a cailltib ard-
Almaine, ZCP v 23 . ret[h]it daim a dumachaibh | [f]ri
dorddan na damgaire, LL 118a13 ( Ériu vii 1 ). Magh na nd. ¤ ,
ZCP xiii 170 . hi cCaislén na Dumhcha, FM iv 852 . Of a
5 mound or elevation in general: ro linsadar muir na cathrach ┐
dumacha aili airechtais ac fegad int [sh]luaig, TTebe 2643 .
(b) Transf. heap, mass in general: críoch Mhidhe uile ina
lasrachaibh . . . 'na dumachaibh smúid-leathna . . . smúr-
luaithreadh, ML 84 . Esp. of cloud-masses: tancadar dumacha
10derid in lae ` mists ', CCath. 2496 , 2637 . fri dumachaib derid
laoi, TMoméra 156 . ? Of a cushion: lasuidh srol dearg ar
dhumhaidh | fa chúl cas Í Chonchobair, 3 C 13, 715.2 .

dumaigidir v(dumach) piles up, exaggerates , used in Ml. to
gloss exaggerare: rodumagestar, 83d1 . rodumaigestar, 55d3 ,
15 80b3 . Part. (as compar. adv.) in dumaichthiu gl. cumulatius,
35d17 . Vn. dumugud. Cf. domaigidir.

dumaigthid (dumaigidir) adv. in dumaigthid gl. exaggerenter,
Ml. 77d2 , 90a5 , 96b7 ; gl. exaceranter, 118c10 . in dumai[ch]thid
gl. exaggeratorie, 109d10 .

20 dumugud u,m. vn. of dumaigidir exaggerating: arin d. ¤ gl.
pro exaggeratione, Ml. 76a3 . du d. ¤ , 77d2 , 89d6 . g s. in du-
michtho gl. exaggerationis, 44d4 .

dún n o, later s,n. (see Thurn. Gramm. 178 ) n s. Dún nGalion,
LL 311a27 . a s. a ndún , LU 1524 , 8381 . g s. As o-stem: dúin,
25 LL 311a27 ; Laws i 122.19 ; AU 680 , 685 , 697 , 844 , 864 , 872 .
Fél. Jan. 3 . As s-stem: dúne, FB § 44 , dune, Laws iv 220.8 .
dúne, Trip.² 2166 . duine, FB § 89 ; AU 866 , 964 , 1174 . dúni,
TBC 1816 , duini, Laws iv 154.21 . Both forms current in later
lang.: dúin, TSh. 909 ; Oss. vi 198.6 . dúine, FM i 26 , iii 4 ,
30 vi 2014 (dúini, ii 1114 ); Oss. iv 294 . Note also: dúna, Laws v
302.33 ; SG 269.12 ; Oss. vi 198.27 . dún occurs with follg.
n.pr. in gen., Fél. Jan. 3 v.l.; MacCarthy 416.19 ( BB 50a ),
Buile S. 98.13 . d s. tri coiri bíte in cach dúini , Triads 127
(prob. due to confusion with constr. tri coiri cech(a) dúine).
35 v s. dún, FM i 308 (poem). a dhúin , TSh. 10990 . n p. dúine,
LU 10713 ; Fél. Prol. 68 . a p. dunu (: múru), Lec. 45b1 . dúine,
LU 1889 . dune, TBC² 622 = TBC 1213 , AU 836 . g p. na
primdún , SR 7342 . Cermna na ndun , Lec. 51a40 . dúine, LB
208a23 ( Alex. 382 ); Corm. s.v. aurduine . d p. duinib, LU
40 10714 ; SR. Later as dental stem in pl.: rig-dúinte , Corm.
s.v. Mogheime = -dúine, YBL; dúinte, ML 78 , Keat. iii 4119 ;
dúintibh, BB 30a40 , FM v 1666 . g p. dhúintedh, Marco P.
123 . m., IGT Decl. § 46 .
Fort (see ZCP xiii 164 - 5 , KZ l 155 - 6 ); in O.Ir. usually
45applied to residence of a chief or dignitary, consisting of an
earthen (more rarely stone) rampart, inside which the house
(`tech') or houses were erected; oft. of considerable extent and
in case of a royal residence having two (or even three) circum-
vallations with a moat between (hence O'Dav. 695 ; d. ¤ .i. dá
50cladh im uisci, ut est du-en .i. dá usque im cladh); such fort
being generally called after the builder or owner, e.g. Dún
Cermna, D. ¤ Sobairche, etc. Cf. Aodh Ó Domhnaill dhúin na
bhfionn (= Dún na nGall?), 3 C 12, 245.15 . Freq. used as Ir.
equivalent for fortress or city; in Norman period of any
55strongly enclosed or fortified place (whether a single residence
or a burgh or town ).
Gl. castrum, Sg. 57a10 ; arx, 60b21 . i ndorus in dúine = ad
portam civitatis, Lat. Lives 81 . a dhúin Dé (= civitas Dei,
Ps. lxxxvi 3 ), TSh. 10990 . isin digas .i. isin dun daingen, Ml.
60 32a16 . dorala B. do dun ríg Breg, Hy. v 73 Comm. claide
cluid dune Alinne .i. in tres primdun rig Lagen, 68 Comm.
dun tigerna . . . d. ¤ breitheaman na tuaiti, Laws iv 106 Comm.
trí dúine hÉrenn: Dún Sobairche, D. ¤ Cermna, Cathair Conrai,
Triads 36 . déntar dúine . . . lib damsa ┐ tigi móra, RC xxvi
65132 . corbo leór do d. ¤ . . feib dollotar rotha in charpait hi
talmain (i.e. the wheels displaced enough earth to build a
`d. ¤ '), TBC² 1986 . Artt Imlech las-roclassa | a cōic dūine
domgnassa, Lec. 51a32 . lar duna no treibe cach airech, Laws
v 302 . nochotulsat flathi fiann, fās a ndūine, ZCP xi 110 .
70 etir cealla ┐ dune ┐ treba, AU 836 . for faidchi primdúni,
TBC 1816 . sonnach dergdharach a timchioll a dhúine, SG 66 .
berthar a fir maithi ina dun co hEogan ┐ biathtar a ndaes-
cursluag a nduntib feachtair, Lec. 409a25 . suidigud na mūr
im-maig | immon dun, immon cathraig (of Celestial City),
75 SR 426 . ic togail na primd. ¤ (of cities of Canaan), 7342 .
aitcidh ardnaom órduinte, SG 21 . mor dúine ndaingen
roscroithset, Alex. 382 . co nac raibhe . . . d. ¤ no daingen no
dingna . . . gan loingeas, Cog. 40 . do cumhduigheadh dúinte
┐ daingne leis, Keat. iii 4119 . do daingne a dhúintedh ┐ a
80cathrach, Marco P. 123 . i ndúintibh ┐ i ndaghbhailtibh fher
Mumhan fortresses, FM v 1666 . Encampment (= dúnad),
TBC 1765 ; 1829 (= longport, St., dunadh, H. 2.17 ). Dwelling,
residence in general: tréigean dúin deagh-athar (i.e. heaven),
Keat. Poems 372 . bunaidh, dún, a habitation , Eg. Gl. 81 .
85Compds., see dúnárus, -chaire, -chlad, -lis, -phort.
Common in place-names, see Hog. Onom.