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axal

Cite this: eDIL s.v. axal or dil.ie/5050

n (early borrowing of Lat. apostolus, Binchy, Ériu xviii 164 ) apostle: ro-anic axalu la airbriu archangliu, ACC 33 ( RC xx 172 ) he has reached the apostles and (lit. with) the throngs of archangels (read archaingel with H 3.18, p. 74 , Binchy loc. cit., ar caigne, O'C. 123 ). ba eola a.¤ n-angel, ACC 82 (ib. xx 180 ) `he was familiar with apostles (and) angels', Binchy. ar mind n-a.¤ n-acallad, 82 (ib. xx 266 ) `our hero used to hold converse with the apostle', Binchy. Cf. asccal iomagallamh ann, Met. Gl. 30 § 58 . a.¤ .i. imagallaim, O'Dav. 190 . axul .i. imagallmha, Ériu xiii 83 § 312 . Note also: axail .i. ab auxilio (.i. ōn c[h]omuirli dobeir-sium do c[h]āch) quod [angeli] hominibus praebent .i. ón ḟurtacht dobeirsium do chāch, Corm. Y 47 . agsal generous, noble , Eg. Gl. 664 .

daingnigidir

Cite this: eDIL s.v. daingnigidir or dil.ie/14238

Forms: daingnighthe, daingnighim, daingnighthe

v g (daingen).

I

(a) Makes fast, fixes . is aṁail cétsceinm dogrés dia ndaingnither cach fecht (sc. bró in muillind), Laws iii 282. 24 . rofortuighid ┐ rodain- gnighid iat (i.e. the frameworks of the boats) do ṡechedhaibh, CCath. 2378 . ra daṅgnigit drochti lúith di lúithechaib LL 239 b 1 ( TTr. 1675 ). nir daingnigedar go maith é (sc. dorus na cathrach) RC xix 276. 6 (B).

(b) milit. fortifies . daingnigim, gl. munio H 3. 18, 76 b . gl. moenio Sg 19 a 6 . radangnigfed na scuru, TTr. 1814 . daingniugid (sc. the walls of Severus) amail ná tísdis dorís día cobair, Ir. Nen. 174. 7 . gor rodaingnigheadh les Buidhi an Bheithe FM ii 1000. 16 .

ABS. fo chosmailius donem[ar] ┐ daingnigther imm etsad ninfolgide issamlid insin rodaingnigestar dia imna abissiu, Mil 51 d 8 . Of liquids curdle: rocoteag .i. rodaingnig nó roan in linn, Trip. li , cf. 54. 10 .

METAPH. strengthens, confirms, fortifies, binds, fixes . conumdaingnigese, gl. communias, Mil 49 d 13 . lasse nun- dundaingnichfe, gl. cum munieris, ib. 78 c 6 . diuino... munitur auxilio , gl. daingnigthir, ib. 134 c 7 . dagnáthaiged cóir no dadaingnided cóir, Laws i 66. 13 . rodaingnighset snadhmanna a sídha etarru, CCath. 2568 . ó rodaingniged dorus a cathrach ó chomartha na crochi PH 1047 . mad forcetul immorro rodaingniged ó thestemnaib ó lebraib na nEbraide dogné, ib. 1689 . dodaingnighedh isan gcreidioṁ SG 15. 29 . daingnid sinni! Lib. Flav. 36 a 1 . 18 . dodain- gnigh Rolandus fona luighe she bound R. under oath RC xix 372 § 242 . Of marriage: dodaingnigheadh i gcleaṁ- nas re mac an ríogh, Ech. Iol. 10. 22 . Of Papal licence for a book: dodaingnig in pápa a leabar ZCP ii 4. 2 .—do- dhaingnigetar lá áirithe they fixed a certain day SG 341. 13 .

II Repairs . rodaingníc[h]ed (v.l. lessaiged) scrín Pad- raic les, Cog. § 14 . co rodaingnigim ár longa ┐ ár ráma, Aen. 336 . rodaingnigetar a nairm, Acall. 7101 . dobris feirsde an charbaid ... ┐ gach uair dodaingnighthi iad ... dobrisdis arís ZCP iii 528. 28 .

Pc. daingnighthe

(a) fixed, fortified, confirmed, married (O'R, cf. daingen II), etc. monitum (Dei protectione se dicit), gl. daingnigthe, Mil 47 c 8 .

(b) affirmative , opp. díultadach negative: coimét na haithneda...atá cuit díb díultadach ┐ araile daingnighthe PH 7298 . —VN. dain- gniugud q.v.

MOD. daingnighim, pc. daingnighthe.