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Dunacan n.pr. o,m., AU 883 . ? Dunugan, LL 391b13 . gen.
Dunacain, LL 337f56 ; Rawl. 117a42 ; BB 115a48 . h. Dunacan ,
112a4 .

1 dúnad n o,m. (orig. neut., Hog., CRR 143 ) (dún); g s. dúnaig,
5 Im. Brain i 68.23 , Todd Nenn. 80.3 ; dunaich, Lec. 600b14 .
dúnadh (ón dún) m., IGT Decl. § 53 , (ón tsluaighedh) m., § 11 .
(a) encampment , i.e. the entrenchments cast up by an army
on march round its halting-place (= L. castrum), oft. synon.
with longport; hence used also of a permanent entrenchment
10or fort , as synon. of dún: dunadh .i. sluaghadh no nert no fas
(= foss) no faslongport, O'Dav. 657 . dúnadh .i. foslongphort,
O'Cl. nogaibtissom dunad hisuidiu they used to encamp (of
children of Israel in wilderness), Ml. 83a4 . gabthe dunad les
fris ar in(o)illus a camp was pitched by him, 55c1 . dosnetarraid
15oc gabáil dúnaid, TBC² 1701 , cf. 1348 . ar abba dunad ┐ long-
phort do gabáil dóib, TBC 431 . gabsat cethri ollchoiced
hErend dunad ┐ longphort inn aidchi sin ic Belut A., 1589
(cf. 5090 and TBC² 1772 ). can aidchi ndunaid ┐ longphuirt
sund, 612 . luidh slogh huadh asin dunadh du saghaid arba,
20 AU 913 , 859 . blai dúnaid freedom of encamping (?), ZCP xi 83 .
co rasaerur mna Erind . . . ar feacht ┐ ar sluaiged ┐ ar dunad
till I free the women of Ireland from (participation in) march
and hosting and encampment
, Lec. 336a4 . Fort, residence (of
chief, etc.): ní ba d. ¤ cen rígu, IT iii 50 . ní bia dunadh na
25rígh-ráith | gan dul uile a n-anflaitheis, Cog. 204 . Dun-
bléisci . . . Blesc ainm muccida ríg hUa C., is e robui isin
dunud sin, Fél. 40 ( LL 355a ). baí rí amra do Grecaib i
ndunud fecht and, LL 279a36 ( SG 413 ). do rīgaib in dúnaid-
sin (of Heaven), PH 4354 . dochuaid do dunad in corad . . .
30do proceapt dó, Todd Nenn. 78 . coem in d. ¤ rancamar, Aisl.
MC 37 . ar mhullach gach aoin tighe dá raibhe san dúnadh,
SG 5 . roscart maccu na curad . . . ar dorus a llis ┐ a ndúnaid
fadessin, TBC 949 . o ranic co faidche in dunaid i mbái
Culand, 1017 . do badar tri dunaidh a n-iarthar na crichi .i.
35Dun Cais, etc., CF 83 . raloscit ar ndúnaid ┐ ar ndegbaleda,
CRR 3.15 . isin d. ¤ sa, MU² 613 . Fig. of a person: dunadh
dōini . . . Ruman mac Cathasaigh cain, FM 919 (poem).
(b) encamping army, host: dúnadh .i. sluagh, O'Cl. secht
trichait cét deac . . . iss é lin ar ndúnaid, TBC² 189 , cf. 917 .
40 adreth riched rúnach | d. ¤ Adriani, Fél. Nov. 6 . ronsnádat
dond rígu | cona ṅdúnud dánu, Jan. 23 ; cf. July 22 . Cf. cen
dunad, cen biathad, Cymmr. xiv 118.4 = cen slóged, Ériu iii
140.17 .

2 dúnad n u,m. (rare as o-stem; in later lang. the form dúinte
45usually replaces dúnta in g s. and n p.). dúnadh g s. -aidh, n p.
dúinte m., IGT Decl. § 48 . See Verbs § 41 . Vn. of dúnaid.
(a) closing, shutting: in crand bis forsin cleith . . . occa dunad
the stick (bolt) which is on the hurdle in closing it, Corm. Y 1269 .
tuag-dunad (of a knot?), 382 . in carcair do beth fón ṅd. ¤
50cetna, PH 3698 . ba dúnadh daingean . . . ar bhearnadhaibh
sinn, ML 112 . neamh do dhúnadh ionnas nach biaidh
fearthuin ann, Rev. xi 6 . o atcondcatar in dunad-sin forri,
PH 356 . [d]eis duínti na cnede le ceitri cearcaillibh after
closing the wound
, 23 P 10, 65.2 . congbhas na cneadha gan
55dunadh keeps wounds from closing, 24 P 3, 196.9 . cidh iomdha
dom dhamraidh-si . . . ni minic lámh oiremhan | ag dúnadh
a (na, v.l.) mbenn, Buile S. 78 (`not often is a ploughman's hand
closing round their horns?
').
(b) In prosody techn. term for closing or ending a poem
60with the word with which it begins: oppd. to tosach, IGT
Introd. § 6 . For incorrect `d. ¤ ' (d. ¤ claen, etc.), see IGT Metr.
Faults §§ 32 , 144-5 . dunta for nduan decid lib | a aes in dána
take heed to the ways of closing your poems, Auraic. 2183 . do
dhligegaibh dunta na nduan, 2182 . isin rann dúnta don dán
65 final stanza , Content. xvi 16 . rann dúinte, 3 C 13, 754.14 .
Hence end, completion: scél can d. ¤ , LL 134b14 ( Todd Nenn.
248 ).
(c) Med. stoppage, obstruction, congestion , used to transl.
Lat. oppilatio: cruas ┐ dunadh na seilge congestion of the
70spleen
, 23 P 10, 166ra17 . d. ¤ na cuslenn tria siublaidheand an
fuil, 33a57 . d. ¤ na poiredh closing of the pores, 42b48 . ar son an
dunaidh ┐ ar son oslaic[th]e na nduinteadh, 155vb12 . opilacio
auris .i. duinti na cluaisi, 94 . ag oslugud duinti na n-ae,
39a15 . medicina aperitiva .i. leiges o n-oslaicter duinti na
75n-ae, 23 F 19, 6rb31 .

dúnadach adj(1 dúnad) lit. pertaining to encampments; one who
leads armies on a campaign: d. ¤ cech degrí, Tec. Corm. 26 .
dunadach Femin Muigi (of Niall Nóigiallach), RC xxiv 192 .
As n.pr. o,m., Rawl. 144b25 . gen. Dunadaig, 150b45 , 152a5 .
80 Dunadhaich, 154c40 . Dúnadhaigh, Keat. iii 4323 ; BB 96b17 ,
etc.

dúnaid vlater also dúinid (dún) pret. 3 pl. dúnsit, Ardm. 175b1
( Thes. i 496 ). Part. n p f. dúntai, Ml. 46a9 . IGT Verbs § 41 .
(a) shuts, closes: dúntar ind leas, TBC² 514 . robatar ind
85liss dúntai, Im. Brain § 1 . dúnais an grianán, i 65 . it ur-
slaicthe doirsi neimi dó ┐ it duinte doirsi iffrinn fris, ZCP v
498 . iffern rolínsib, nem rodúnsib (= rodúnsibar), LB 141a46 .
nododunfaidis (nodunfaitis, v.l.) flaid nime, Anecd. iii 27 .
amal dúnas Éli a lebur, LL 281a24 . rogab att in n-ingin ┐
rodún a comlaich, 200a37 . do dhuin a rosc, BB 7b56 . do dhun
5a dorn clenched, ZCP vi 49 . ga fá ndún a dearnuinn round
which he closed his hand
, 3 C 12, 67.18 . With FOR (AR) of
pers.: dunaid a tech furri shuts herself up in the house, Ériu v
209 . an ecclais dunta fuirre, Arch. iii 308 . rosuigidedh i
n-araili tealchoma . . . ┐ rodunad fair in telchoma, YBL
10 165a36 . dúintir Leithlinn ar Laignibh, 3 C 13, 712.18 . Fig.:
is é riom nach dúnfadh a dhealbh would not shut his counten-
ance against me
(i.e. refuse to welcome me), Ó Bruad. ii 258 .
dúnta faoi pheacadh, Galat. iii 22 . Cf. ardúnfaiter cride,
LL 294b5 . Rarely intrans.: sáthad deilg . . . i n-álad beoil
15deirg nar dhún, O'Gr. Cat. 449 . gur dhúin sé ar Eóin a
bpríosún shut John up in prison, Luke iii 20 .
(b) Med. blocks, obstructs: dunuid ┐ toirmhisgid sibal na
spiorad (of humours), 3 C 19, 91rb5 . folmaigenn adhbar na
heaslainte reime ┐ dunaidh ana dhiaidh (of a medicine),
20 23 P 10, 143ra27 .
(c) joins, clasps: rodunastair na dod-lamha um cael droma
an allmuraig, CF 357 ; 342 (rodunsat), 969 (ro dhunadar).
dairghe duinte gan dluighe joined without a chink, Ériu v 60 .
malaidhe dubha dúnta brows which meet, Corp. Astron. 82 .
25(d) closes, ends: in prosody techn. term for ending a poem
with repetition of the opening word or syll., cf. 2 dúnad (b):
ni dleghait seoto sona | cach duaine na ba dunta (poets)
deserve no rewards for any poem that is not properly closed,
Auraic. 2218 . rosdunsabair, 2186 .
30 Part. as adj.: nach fuilet na póire rodhuinti , 3 C 19,
15va17 . mar daniter ranna na cethardula . . . co daingin
duinti compact , Ir. Astr. Tr. 60 .
Vn. 2 dúnad.