2 dínech

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Forms: dineach

o, n., vn. of 1 do-nig (cf. díun(n)ach).

(a) washing, ablution: doberthéa dinech for Corc for druim na bó cacha óenmaitni (i.e. C. went into the sea on the cow's back), LU 4410 . Cf. Anecd. i 19 and n. 11 . doberthar cursochad drochmna fort .i. teora sluaiste thorud .i. sluasad do chacc each, etc. . . . dinech drochmná sin do reir ḟeasa Moraind, YBL 140a3 .

(b) draught, potion, esp. healing draught: dineach a salutary drink , P. O'C. tucadh uisge . . . ┐ dorinne díneach dhe ┐ tuc an d.¤ sin isin chluigin naomtha . . . ┐ do ibh an bhen deoch don d.¤ as, Ériu v 80 . ícaid galra . . . for daeinib ┐ cethraib .i. dínnech ass (i.e. out of a saint's bell), BColm. 26 . an t-esslān d'anmain 'san ccarcair . . . ┐ d.¤ na dabcha d'ól, Anecd. iii 6 . In cheville: ticfa Dóe, ni d.¤, | co leind is co mílech `no healing draught', Metr. Dinds. iii 152 = ni dineoch, RC xv 423 .