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dám

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dám or dil.ie/14472
Last Revised: 2013

 

Forms: dám, dáim, dáme, dáime, dáma, dáim, dáma, daime, lán-dám, ríg-dám

n ā, f. nom. dám, later also dáim. gen. dáme, dáime (dáma). dat. dáim. n pl. dáma, daime.

I A company, legitimate number of guests, party, following, retinue . ni téige leosam dam no tascur tar dá fer décc, Laws i 48. 5 . ma dotí dam caem, 122. 7 . dá reib in fer ann is lándam muna raib is lethdam, ii 386. 12 . más co tomus in ḟir tancatar na dama is landam. más fo tomus na mná is lethdam, 386. 14 . fosuididter in ben lethdam in fir, 386. 6 . a daim dliged aice (comm.), 388. 12 . etech daime, i 56. 23 Comm. biathud daime, 142. 24 Comm. ii 388. 8 Comm. is cutruma in biad célsine ┐ biathud na daime, ii 232. 4 Comm. dia rucuidh imurcuid daime lesin flaith, 232. 6 Comm. an imurcuidh daime berur co tig in chéile, 232. 7 Comm. cen daim téchta, 388. 1 ; v 172. 15 . in cutruma nobia don daim, ii 26. 27 . dia tísit teora dama uaithi cin biad, v 122. 1 . má damu fuil agin flaith, ii 232. 2 Comm. coro láinbiathad daime a fir, 386. 9 . in flaith rochuiriustur na dama do chaithium bidh célsine, 26. 19 . má robhiathustar dama and, v 164. 13 . dál as chomtig fri dáma (gl. fri hegeda (hōegidu, v.l.), fri truagu), Hy. v 14 . dámḟial .i. fial fri dámaib, Gorm. Apr. 15 . is gess damsa dám oenmná do airitin iar fuiniud gréne, BDD 63 . fáilte fri dáma, Tec. Corm. 4 (l. 15) . orgain na dame, Ann. Inisf. 592 . srethugud a dáme for fecht féle, LL 187 a 44 . a biathad iarna dáim ┐ iarna grád ┐ iarna lín, 187 a 47 . ar bélaib a dámi ┐ a thascuir, 188 c 29 (cf. Laws i 48. 5 ). cen díl dámi resi without paying a company of storytellers RC xii 70 § 33 . giarb uathed do dám malle, TBC-LL¹ 4003 . rob uathad mo dám I was a party of one only MacCongl. 19. 23 . dám thrír, LL 207 b 5 . dám ochtair a lín, Dinds. 134 . dám nónbair, BDD 34 . cethrar lín a dama, Manners and Customs iii 491. 3 . seisser a dam i tuaith, ib. 496. 11 . ní théigead dam dimdach uada (sc. ón choire (choiriu) ansicen) FDG 408 . niba bruithi de acht daithin na dáime fana miad ┐ fana ngrad, ib. 409 (cf. Laws i 48. 11 ). gebe dáṁ dhúilech thí cusin nairchindech, Lism. L. 2711 . gráinid cride frisin dám sin, ACL iii 297. 7 . dáṁ a party, dining party O'D. Suppl. from Rawl. 487 . fail dáim nannsa inbar ndochum anocht, MacCongl. 87. 2 . ní ferr téit an dam ar (MS. indhamar) thicc, Rawl. 83 b 9 . dám ochtair, Todd Nenn. 48. 6 . na ndám as an epithet: Ádam...duine rodelb Dia na ndám, LL 136 b 15 . Diarmaid mac Aedha na ndaṁ of the retinues MacCarthy 416. 13 . Fergal mac Domnaill na ndám, LL 141 a 28 . anmand muntire na tromdáma, LL 27 b 55 . Referring to a single individual, guest : dám óenmná, BDD 52 § 63 . atá dámh is uaisli iná mé fein i focus accum .i. Find mac Cumaill, Acall. 5035 .

dám de...┐ dám (aile) de = cuit...cuit some...others (cf. cuit, foirenn). daim díb ar Colum Cilli dinnarba ┐ daim díb i ninad a sáraigthi siun i Tailltin ┐ daim i ninad trasci (leg. trascthi) na napstal i Temraig, Cog. 10. 19 sq.

II A bardic company, poets : cosbóir dílios gach dáiṁe, Oss. ii 296 . teach do dhénom do Niall...do díol dáṁ Éreann, AFM iv 706. 16 . post congṁála dáṁ ┐ deóradh, ib. vi 1908. 7 . ZCP viii 109. 17 , 22 . Gadelica ii. 101. 24 . romín an drem re dámaib, Hy Fiach. p. 216 . urra an drem dár ndámaibni, ib. p. 242 . ib. 256. 6 ; 260. 12 ; 270. 5 ; 274. 5 ; 294. 17 .

COMPDS. lán-dám Laws. oll-dám : nir bo olldamh oenmhuco, IT i 109.10 , ZCP x 369 . ríg-dám, q.v.

P. O'C. O'Br. O'R. and Dinneen also give the meaning kindred, relation, consanguinity, affection, friendship : dáim .i. gaodhal no báidh, P. O'C.

íarmbrethemnas

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n [u, and] o, m. after-judgment, additional judgment or fine . This fine was payable after an interval which was allowed to show what the outcome of a bodily injury might be. The length of the interval depended on the injured part—one year for a hand, three years for a head. If the eventual injury was due entirely to the wound itself the person who inflicted the wound paid the íarmbrethemnas. If it was partly due to bad doctoring the leech shared in the paying of the fine. See Plummer, Ériu x 114 and Binchy, Ériu xii 134.

biaid iarmbrithemnus ann iar comdechsain in inaid ... in ro clannadh in crecht, O'Dav. 90. leth-eiric ... in leith eile facabar fri hi.¤ , O'Curry 631 (< H 3.18, p. 305 ). .x. mba ┐ samaisci i coirpdiri na cneide ┐ .x. mba ┐ samaisce isin iarmbretemnus, O'Curry 231 (< ib. p. 126 ). is and ata in t-iarbrethemnus d'ic d'fir feartha na cneide mas a bunad ro fasastar hi, O'Curry 233 (< ib. p. 127 ). fri derrosc laime dona bi iarmbrethemnus ... aen bliadain fri derbcindead slainti na laime ┐ nocho bi iarmbrethemnus for liaig na for fear feartana na cneidi osin [amach], ib. noco nfuil iarmbreithemnus o daer, Laws iii 346.18 Comm. eric iarmbrethemnais d'ic d'fir ferthana na cneide ┐ cein bethar agin leighis nocha nicthar in ti.¤, ┐ thairgeba in leighis do denam, is ann ictar in ti.¤ , O'Curry 1815 (< 23 O 6, p. 45a ). is ann ata int i.¤ d'ic d'fir ferthana na cneidhe an tan nach tre fuirirugh droch leigis go fis na gin fis do liagh ..., ib. is ed agarthar fuirre ... int iarmbrethemnus ┐ loighacht na foghluma, Cóic Con. RE § 20.

soithcech

Cite this: eDIL s.v. soithcech or dil.ie/38394
Last Revised: 2019

 

adj o, ā (2 so+toicthech) prosperous, wealthy : an saer soitcech sobaid, Laws iv 386.10 Comm . mā tā agin mac soithcech a lāngaire a ndīs 'if the prosperous son has [enough] to fully take care of both of them', CB 230 § 57 . As subst. a wealthy person : is ann do hairledh ri ┐ aithech . . . soitchech ┐ doitchech, Laws iv 386.9 . atā soithceach inlesuighe acud 'they have [amongst them] a prosperous individual', CB 230 § 57 .

srebann

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Forms: srebhan

n o,[m.] membrane, film, skin : srebhan (srebhand, MS.) gl. nuchum, Ir. Gl. 794 . honaib tunchaib .i. sechis honaib srebnaib són gl. tunicis multis, Ml. 39c10 (of the coverings of the eye). an sreabhann maoth re nderar omentum , 23 K 42, 116.12 . s.¤ ┐ cru lanamain (lanamain in srebuinn .i. bainne ┐ glaiss, lanamain in chru .i. ruaidi ┐ dergi) in cridi, Auraic. 1809 - 11 . geine int [s]rephaind tanoigecht ┐ dath, 3258 . geine int [s]reupaind: tighe ┐ dath, 5001 . at-chíu a léne . . . conid fri sreband sirechtach, BDD² 1031 (cf. LL 237b18 cited s.v. srebnaide). ro-chuir a thuind ┐ a srebhann úadh (of a pig), Sc.M² 17R . na sreabhaind timcellus an cridi, O'Gr. Cat. 189.20 . dá mbrisedh sreabhann éigin do sreabhannaibh na hinchinne, 221.30 . co ranic srebonn a inchinde, RC xii 68 § 34 (Cath Muige Tuired). muna ngearrthur . . . sreabhann a n-inchinne, Cath MT 22 . Of a caul surrounding an infant's head: scaelis in sreaband bai im a chean[n] ┐ doroindi munqui dhe fo dib guaillib, IT iii 189 § 13 = cathbarr, LL 126b16 . Of a cow's udder: lán a srebuinn do nús agin boin ina ré, SG 90.1 . Of a mantle: an gháoth . . . | trésan sreabhann súanaighe through the thin mantle, IGT Decl. ex. 1446 . ? Of foliage: tír uaine as áille sreabhonn (sriubhfhonn, v.l.), Top. Poems² 1394 .

Compds. ¤chael: na bratacha snathcaine sreabanncaela sroil `slender-filmed', CCath. 4929 . ¤léine: acc iomuaim . . . a sreabhann-leintibh snáthchaol fri a ccnesaibh `fine-threaded shirts', AFM vi 1918.10 = Hugh Roe 22.25 . tri srepandlenti sioda, TBC-LL¹ 5535 (St.).