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comdonnad to dye dun , brown
1 donn 1 dun , brown, apparently a light brown inclin- ing to yellow or red; chestnut (?); roan (?); tawny, fawn-coloured; Of clothing, etc.; Of leather; Of hair, complexion, etc.; dark brown; taperpink; hazel-eyed (?); bright?; Of natural objects; Of things made of wood; butler; Of weapons, esp. shields; Of clay, earth; Of a district; Of water; Of fire; Of blood or blood-stained objects; sad (?)2 dun , dark, sad-coloured (?); a bad aspect, a fascinating look
dub 1 black, swarthy; dark; dark (i.e. red) wine; black bile, melancholy; Of persons, swarthy of complexion or blackhaired; Of a blind person; iris or pupil (?); dark (in moral sense); dire, gloomy, melancholy:; In B. na f. great, expressing intensity;2 black pigment, esp. ink; an inkhorn; gall; oak-gall (?); dawn?3 dark and speckled; black and curling; very feeble; dark crimson; dark red; dark brown or dun; dark blue- grey, livid colour; turns livid; blue-black, intense black; dark tan- coloured; dark grey; the spleen; ball of the thumb; dark brown or dun; dark red; black-limbed (?); blackfooted; name of a plant, black maidenhair; black-toothed; plaintive-sounding; melancholy-mad (downright m.?; black-faced; black-shanked, -legged; black-eyed 4 abyss, deep; dark bondage; name of a disease (kind of jaun- dice?); part of an axe; sword; tribute; black bondage; blackthorn, sloe; crow or raven; downright perjury; obscure word; black hatred; black spear; nefarious stealing; black foreigner, Dane; black heathens, Danes; dark stream or river; black heathenism; black fluid or humour; melancholy; black vessel, name of a measure (?); dark liquid; black pool; Dublin; black exile; Of an outlaw band in general; Dane; symphytum or comfrey; penitentiary; mighty king; dark plain (?); black (crushing) defeat (?); dark design (?); dark pigment or liquid; foul weather; defiance, challenge; black fast (lasting three days); black fast, keeping a black fast 5 foul weather 6 black rod
dún Fort; residence of a chief or dignitary; Ir. equivalent for fortress or city; in Norman period of any strongly enclosed or fortified place; a burgh or town; Encampment; Dwelling, residence; a habitation
lachtna of the colour of milk: grey, dun; of colour of unbleached wool
odor 1Of persons, of dark or sallow complexion?2name of the colour
odorda of a dun or brownish colour
uidre dun-colour; paleness, wanness