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ad-coilli

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v (cf. coillid) ruins, destroys: trí adcoillet gáis: anfis, doas, díchuimne, Triads 245 .

díchuimne

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n f. (cuimne) forgetfulness, oblivion: trí adcoillet gáis: anfis, doas, d.¤ , Triads 245 . nertadh rudhartha reib dicuimne periods of forgetfulness (?), O'Curry 2461 ( Eg. 88, 37 (38)b ) = reib dicoimnig, 2459 (ib.). Áth L.F. cid diatá | cid nach sluinni nach sencha? | císsi dichumni roddall?, LL 163b25 . go mbíadh diochuimne agad ar thuile do mhaithesa, Parrth. Anma 346 . nā digsitís ar dermat no dichumni úad `lest he should forget them', TBC-LL¹ 2123 . an drong . . . do-bheir i ndearmad ┐ i ndíochuimhne a gcríoch dhéidheanach, TSh. 224 . turnamh dóthchais díth muirne | muirn do chor a ndíchuimhne `to forget one's good spirits', Ériu iv 183 . ar daigh dermait ┐ dichuimhne, Acall. 299 .

doas

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x see doüs.

doüs

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Last Revised: 2013

Forms: doas

n o. (do+fis or do + 1 fes(s) Ériu xxxii 79 ) ignorance, lack of understanding: anfis, doas, dichuimne ` inaccurate knowledge ', Triads 245 ( duas .i. droichfhios, p. 43 ). ? doas , Thes. ii 365.12 ( Ardm. 19a ). doe .i. techtais no nirt no doos .i. sine stultitia , Fél.² cxxvii (Aug. 27) . triar dona drúdib gen dós ` oppression ', RC viii 348 (: nós). cen dogra ndóis (nóis, v.l.) `without complaint of ignorance', Metr. Dinds. iii 426 . dos (dóss, v.l.) .i. doinnim . . . in aois dois (doiss, v.l.) .i. in aos doinnim .i. di fo diultadh ` unfortunate ', O'Dav. 626 .

As adj. mo dúan ní dub ní dous difficult to understand (?), LL 193b58 .

See doos.

1 dúas

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Forms: dúais, duas, duais, dúasu, dúaise

n ā, f. Later dúais. duas, IGT Decl. § 39 . duais, § 14 . a p. dúasu (: úasu), Metr. Dinds. iii 302.62 . gift, reward, esp. a recompense given to poets: doas ind immuin, Trip.² 2899 . rucus indīlsi ṅduais that the reward does not belong to the poet, ZCP xv 309 . duas teachta do file, Laws v 212 ( .i. in duais dligthech doberar don filid, Comm. ). dúas mo duane, LL 45b22 . dentar lim-sa d.¤ . . . do chnuass na cnō cumraide a reward from (for?) the harvest of fragrant nuts, 38a40 ( Thurn. Zu Ir. Hss. i 79 ). dorónus dōibh dua[i]n . . . ni tardad dúas dar a hēisi, ACL iii 296 § 45 . tabhair [ar] mo dhán . . . | díolgadh m'uilc gidh daor an d.¤ , A. Ó Dálaigh xvii 3 . Colum Cille nar críon duais, BNnÉ 253 . dofucus in mboin-sea i nduais n-airchedail, IT ii2 244 . i nduais filed, Laws v 128 . eochair duaisi duana songs bring forth gifts, ZCP vi 270 . do chuingid duaisi duaine, Acall. 5488 . iar femed na duaisi, RC xii 119 . duasa cinnte ar son a nduan ┐ a ndréacht, Keat. iii 1498 . cia dobheir uaidh duasa ar dhántaibh?, Keat. Poems 518 . rí is mō do dāil do duasaib ┐ derlaicib d'filedaib, BB 333a26 (late entry). ar duasaibh duanmholta, AFM vi 1906 . In wider sense, of a gift in general: doss .i. fili quasi duass .i. tinscra, Corm. Y 459 ; O'Mulc. 323 . Deissi .i. duaisi ar is a tinnscra mhná tucad doib ferann, Cóir Anm. 169 . cf. BB 251b39 (= dúis?). duais do chionn chomaoine a gift in return for kindness, KMMisc. 346 . is curata an seasamh le ar bheanadar duais ar bith the stand whereby they wrung any boon at all, Ó Bruad. iii 166 . Fionn fial na nd.¤ , Oss. iv 54 . ben dian fri duasu eager for gifts, Metr. Dinds. iii 302 .

Compds. ¤bog yielding (liberal) in gifts: Guaire duasbhog, Keat. Poems 829 ; 1353 . ¤línmar: Nualuidh dhuaislíonmhar abounding in gifts, 3 C 12, 257.12 . ¤mór: degfher duasmhór dána `accustomed to rich guerdons', SG 337 . saoi dearlaictheach duasmhór deigh-einigh munificent , AFM v 1724 ; vi 1996 . ¤ordairc (airderc): tar éis Cormaic, an daonnachtach d., 3 C 13, 832.5 . ¤úr: an triathfear d. whose bounty never withers, Ó Bruad. xiii 19 n.

See dúis, with which this word is somet. confused (esp. in pl. dúaise).