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airgnaid

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adj = airgnae: ergnaid fid .i. edad . . . is don crunn crit[h]aig is ainm ergnaid fid, Auraic. 5589 . i nAiliuch ergnaid (: Temraig), Arch. Hib. ii 49 § 25 . d'Erind eargnaidh, BB 33a51 . hi cind nói mblíadan n-ergnaid (: Temraich), Ériu iv 94 § 12 . tri chóicait airel n-ergnaid, Metr. Dinds. i 32.51 . robo ergnaid os roí rebraid ar a roblaid, iv 106.62 . in mac . . . / ┐ inn ingen ergnaid, iii 106.36 . auctair ergnaide, SR 50 (perh. rather pl. of érgnaid). In n.pr. maicc Augein Aurgnaid, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 12 § 2 = Irgnaith, O'Mulc. 606 . Augen Urgnaid .i. Eogan uasal gnimach, LL 378b33 . earghnaidh .i. uasalghniomhach, O'Cl. Cf. érgnaid.

díne

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Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: d.

n [io, n.?] n s. d.¤ n-Ulad, LL 18b6 . m., IGT Decl. § 2 .

(a) a generation, age: cech tan chúimniges cech d.¤ iar n-araile, Todd Lect. vi p. 18 . bid hi a ainm o sin imach | cu tí in dine deiginach, Lism. L. 4743 . Cf. Acall. 2923 . romarastair C. co tormail ix ndine a n-Erinn, IT iii 193 . adrum Ríg . . . | rodelb d.¤ cech duin[e], LL 17b12 . cích na críni mairg nanib | dobeir díni fa gné duib woe to him who drains the breasts [of the Church] in her old age! It brings generations (viz. his posterity) to sorrow, 150a19 . tángadar Fir Bolc . . . tancatar Fir Domnand . . . tángadar Tuath Dé, etc. . . . misi i fail cech d.¤ , Ériu iv 132 . ainm is mó . . . in cach d.¤ co dilind, Lec. 82b21 . fuair Ióseph bás ┐ a dhearbhráithre uile ┐ an d.¤ sin go hiomlán, Exodus i 6 . nach racha an d.¤-si thoruinn, Matthew xxiv 34 . d.¤ .i. líne no saoghal, O'Cl.

(b) race, tribe, group of persons connected by descent: [Aed] du-farcai sech cech nd.¤ | di Moisten míne mrugaib, ZCP lxi 1-3 ( Thes. ii 295 SP v). iarsin tic d.¤ n-Ulad, LL 18b6 . secht ríg do chlaind C. . . . | don gargd.¤ ón thuile thiar, 333c42 . roga cacha tíre tall | ata fon d.¤ deg-clann (of the Clann Augein), Rawl. 84b2 . is amlaid sain bis ríge | garb a thús, tosach nd.¤ beginning of dynasties, Ériu iv 106 .

(c) a number, a set of people (more or less loosely connected), a band, a company (often the equiv. of dóine): cona chléir cain d.¤ , Fél. Apr. 17 . sochla d.¤ , 24 . fiad cech díniu in the sight of all men, Fél. May 27 . sechtmoga míli . . . | do díni mac n-Israhél, SR 6868 . gabais in sluag raind ind faidb | . . . | cen ní don dini bai i fus to those who, 6463 . mag maith . . . dinib derbdind a place of security to multitudes, 990 . nad rabi fiallach bad cumma gaisced frisin díni sin (i.e. the Greek army), LL 235a37 . Macha . . . rodedaig d.¤ na láech, 21b10 . scéla derba a ndi ingin, tuchtach d.¤ , 35b43 . ba gnath in díni bec baeth | immi na thig `The little childish company', Ériu vii 224 . ráncatar tír a mbatar d.¤ d'feraib Gaedhel, RC ix 20 . Cormac, Cuscraid, Conchobhar . . . ag sin d.¤ deg-Ultach, MR 220 . doluid cóica fer fuilngech, | ropo delbda in d.¤ sin, Metr. Dinds. ii 4 . in tech mór, mílib amus | do dínib (dainib, v.l.) nirbo dolus (i.e. it was conspicuous to all), i 30 . coicertu[i]s in dine ndian the angry crowd, ZCP x 47 . iar sin siacht co d.¤ in trir, xii 245 § 5 . an d.¤ as fherr d' aideadaib the best set of teachers, Lec. 172b26 . mac Dé na nd.¤ Lord of Hosts, 44a17 . go ruc crine cruaid roscraid, | ní [f]uair dine da dingbail he found no host (strong enough) to ward him off, BB 61a17 .

(d) a number, series, row of things: co romarb díb, díni ndēr, fichi míli, SR 5627 ; 922 . isin dá clār-fiacail anis no isin dara dine anuas, Laws v 354. Comm. ? airligud in dine (.i. in diune) cach fir dána (= lot, item ?), 372 . d.¤ dath, LB 108b37 .

(e) a number, herd of cattle; hence in wider sense cattle: forggu dine `choicest of a herd', Laws iv 308 Comm. imbrecht fo na imbrecht do dine `driving a herd of cattle in and out', v 490.10 . gach manach dobera | a edhbairt don ecclais | . . . | rob leis fein a díni | oc treabhadh a tire, BNnÉ 309 . briuga cét .i. cét cach d.¤ lais, H 3.17, 662 . tindscra cétach .i. cét do cach crud ┐ do cach d.¤ , Acall. 5797 . doasselbthea dine cech cethrae for se[i]lb Be[i]l, RC xi 442 (`the young of every cattle'). Cf. d.¤ .i. tosach: d.¤ gacha ceithre .i. tosach no céd-déntaidh gach áirnéisi, O'Cl. (due perhaps to confusion of cét = 100 and cét = first in passages similar to Acall. 5797 supra). ocht mba do rēir cirt cōrach | eneclann in leithōrach | forblad trom d.¤ can ce[i]st, ZCP ix 171 . Of a single animal: tuagrothae . . . issi a fochreicc, anam cach dine nō cach mīl immid-rēt, Corm. Y 1082 s.v. rout . See also dínu.

do-bádi

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Forms: díbdaid, dobádi, dibdaí, dobáidet, dibda, derbade, do-s-rubaid, doroibaid, doríbaig, nderbaid, dibdatar, díbdaither, -robdait[h]er, dobáidfither, dibdabtair, conderbadad, dorróbdad, rodibdad, rodibad, díbdad, rodibdait, rodíbdáit, díbdud

(* dí-báid-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 459 ); later as simple vb. díbdaid. Cf. do-rodba, díbaigid, do-díbda.

Indic. pres. 3 s. dobádi, Auraic. 5159 , LL 294a18 , etc. ni dibdaí , Cáin Ad. 39 . Fél. Apr. 9 . pl. dobáidet, PH 8393 . Laws iv 140 . Subj. pres. 3 s. nocor dibda , Laws iv 42.3 . Impf. 2 s. mani derbade , AFM 849 .

Pret. and perf. 3 s. do-s-rubaid, BB 354a35 . doroibaid, Rawl. 124b42 . doríbaig, Lec. 578a27 . tresa nderbaid , Imr. Brain i 23.10 . 3 pl. dibdatar, Rawl. 128a8 . Pass. subj. pres. mani díbdaither , Trip.² 450 . -robdait[h]er, Ériu xvii 70 § 13 . Fut. s. dobáidfither, RC xxvi 38 . pl. dibdabtair, 44 . Perf. s. conderbadad, Wb. 27a21 . dorróbdad, LU 7859 ( BDD 143 ). rodibdad, LL 270a47 . rodibad, Alex. 379 . níro díbdad , Fing. R. 473 . pl. rodibdait, LU 1622 . rodíbdáit, LL 51a41 .

Vn. díbdud.

I Trans.

(a) drowns, extinguishes: tein[e] nā dibda usce, ZCP xii 296 . mani díbdaither ré matain, ní baithfidther co bráth (of a fire), Trip.² 450 . conderbadad in sanguine, Wb. 27a21 . adainter in bruden co fá thrí ┐ dorróbdad anall co fá thrí, BDD 143 . locharn ind rig doradbad (leg. dorobdad?) .i. locharn . . . cia rodibdad, ACC 139 .

(b) Transf. and fig., quenches, destroys, exterminates: dobadi cach teidm ┐ cach neim, Ériu ii 118 . dobádi [fingal] a greit ┐ a athgabáil, ZCP xi 85 . do-bādet a fochraicce a folta the rent destroys (i.e. exceeds in value) the `objects' (i.e. grazing cattle, Thurn.), ZCP xv 324 § 16 , cf. xvi 220 . dā ní is mou dobáidet fochraicc . . . debtha ┐ cosnama, PH 8393 . dobáidfither cretem, RC xxvi 38 . dibdabtair flathi, 44 . dobádi sís . . . cach ríg acht rig nime, Auraic. 5159 . uaisli rīgaib rī grēne | dorībaig docum n-ūiri . . . dīne tōisig in dūine who has laid low in dust, Lec. 578a27 . bas Conmail . . . talg Tigernmais do-d-raebhaidh | i Cath Ard aenaig Macha, BB 37a19 (cf. Keat. ii p. 120 ). cirrsed bar cuirp cruadcloidme Fir Bolg robdarbaidhesdur `have overcome you (?)', Ériu viii 50 . rodib[d]ad sochaide, Alex. 379 .

II Intrans. is extinguished, dies out, becomes extinct (freq. in genealogies, etc. of families, cf. 2 díbaid): asa fuil nad dibdai whose blood does not perish, Fél. Apr. 9 . ni dibdai cáin Adomnáin the law of A. shall not become extinct, Cáin Ad. 39 . bidh si do cheall-sa cét ceall dibhghus (dibeortar, v.l.) a remthūs ard-cheall nErenn the first church to die out, BNnÉ 325 . dobáidet caithe lia ndibad fadesin `the trespasses are merged', Laws iv 140 Comm. nocor dibda in fine uile till the whole `fine' becomes extinct, 42 Comm. is cutruma ┐ do dibdaidis in fine, iii 56 Comm. dorodibdatar maic Augein uile, LL 311b48 . dibdatar a clanna, Rawl. 128a8 .

do-díbda

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v (*to-di-bāid-?)

(a) destroys, cuts off (?): biat oirddnide . . . cia soat cia baat-som do-da-díbdaife dlúthud fingaile shall cut them off (?), Rawl. 125b43 .

(b) Intrans. dies off, becomes extinct: dorodibdae a chland, LL 311b28 . dorodíbdatar maic Augein uile, LL 311b48 = doroebatar, Rawl. 118a40 .

See do-bádi.