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druinech

Cite this: eDIL s.v. druinech or dil.ie/18873

 

Forms: druinige

adj o,ā (2 druine): i mBelgond, i mBreogann ndruinich, Lec. 540a28 = i mBreogaint mbrainich, Leb. Gab.(i) 240 , cf. BB 19b39 . treabh na n-aolchloch ndruineach wrought with skill (?), Ó Bruad. i 118 . Usually as subst. ā, f. needlewoman, embroideress: d.¤ maith, BDD § 5 . d.¤ cechla bean, ZCP ix 170.17 . Nema siur Thubalchain fa hisin in che[d]d.¤ , Lec. 531b19 . iss mo do thorbu dosli cach ben bes d.¤ olldaite cid rigna, Laws v 382.3 . g s. druinige, 382.1 . folach druinige, 312.3 . mac na druinigi, Ériu iv 126.8 . dobeir do S. druin[i]g maith, Aen. 1031 (= serva . . . operum haud ignara Minervae, Aeneid v 284 ). milbéla druinecha `skilful women are honey-mouthed', Tec. Corm. § 13.37 . band.¤ Oengusa, SG ii 482.27 . d.¤ a nomine dorco .i. uidens , O'Mulc. 346 is prob. an etymol. gl. on this word. The d.¤ was officially recognized in constitution of the early Ir. church: isi ind og ba d.¤ cumtha ┐ huamma etaig Colu[i]mcille, Fél. 42.10 . a théora druinecha (of St. Patrick, textrices et sacrorum linteorum confectrices, Colgan) Trip. 266 ( Trip.² 3142 ).