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Dáirine

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Forms: Dairḟine, Dáirḟiniu

pn Dárinne io, n. Tribe-name formed from Dáire with the neutral suffix -ne. Usually written Dairḟine through false association with fine. The dative Dáirḟiniu ( Expuls. 23 , Cymmr. xiii ) and passages like rí Dáirfine duind, Leb. Cert. 82. 2 f.b. are against the analysis as Dáir-ḟine, fine being a fem. stem in ( Wb. 28 a 4 ). In this connec- tion the phrase Fine Dáire, LL 14 a 33 , Cóir Anm. § 68 is of no consequence.—Also pl.: do Dairinib dó, SG 311. 44 .

I The tribe of the O hEidirsceoil and their correlatives in the southwest of the County of Cork, so called after their eponymous ancestor Dáire Doimthech. Dairfine .i. Corco Laigde .i. fine Daire Doimthig, Corm. s.v. Dairfine . Dairḟine .i. fine Dhaíre mic Dheagath. ┐ ní dílsi do chlainn Dáire mic Degad Dairḟine do rádh ríu oldás do chlainn Dáire Doimthig ar is Dairḟine aile iatsein, Cóir Anm. § 68 ; cf. Daire fine, ib. do maccaib Dímúini di Darini, Expuls. 138 . Mechon mac Dare di Darine, ib. 147 . do Darḟiniu, ib. 23 . ó Dairḟine, Leb. Cert. 60. 5 f.b. ; 64. 5 ; rí Dairḟine, ib. 68. 9 f.b. ; 74. 14 (sic leg.); 82. 2 f.b. ; rí Dairine duind, 256. 6 f.b. ba di Darfini cech la flaith, Laud 610, 95 b 1 . Lugaid mac Itha cóic ciniuda úad .i. Fine Daíre Daimthig etc. LL 14 a 33 .— Dárinne rhyming with glinne: gaid cairdine cor glinne (co nglinne BB): do ríg daigrech Dárinne (Dáirine BB) LL 150 b 38 ( SG 335. 8 ).

II Applied to the Érainn who like the Corcu Luigde were descended from Deda. Eraind .i. fir Erann...it hé Darḟine insin .i. fine Daire Doimthig meic Itha, O'Mulc. 217 . Erna ┐ Dairḟine do rád friu side ó Dare mac Dedaid ┐ ní Corco Laigde a patre Conrúi ut alii putant , Rawl. 147 b 13 .

do-moinethar

Cite this: eDIL s.v. do-moinethar or dil.ie/18148
Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: -toimn-, tomn-, domuinur-sa, domoiniur, domointer-so, muinemmar, domuinetar, d-a-munetar, du-m-munetar, do-d-mainetar, dummenathar, tomnathar, dumenammar, dumenmar-ni, tomnammar-ni, tomnatar, domenad, namtomnad, tomnitis, tomontis, doménar-sa, durumenar, do-nd-ruimin-so, dorumenair, durumenar, durumeo[i]n, torménmar-ni, thormenid, durumenatar-som, tormenatar, dorumensat, -tomnadar, -tomnaitiur, -tomnaiter, tomainte, tomnibther, dommuinfide, dorumat, toimte, toimtiu, do(u)ruimnim-si, doruirmenaiter, domenaimm

v (* to-muin, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 581 ). Prot. -toimn-, tomn- (domúin-, tóimn- somet. in LB). Indic. pres. 1 s. domuinur-sa, Sg. 209b10 . domoiniur, Wb. 14a10 . 2 s. domointer-so, 1c13 . 1 pl. (with tmesis) do . . . muinemmar , ACC § 35 . 3 pl. domuinetar, Ml. 39d26 . d-a-munetar, 35b10 . du-m-munetar, 113d11 . do-d-mainetar, Sg. 5a6 . Impf. 3 pl. dommuintis-som, Études Celt. xl 67 ( Ml. 54c18 ).

Subj. pres. 3 s. dummenathar, Ml. 49a15 . arna tomnathar , Wb. 13c2 . 1 pl. dumenammar, Ml. 78b24 . dumenmar-ni, 15d5 . arna tomnammar-ni , ib. 3 pl. in tomnatar , 18a5 . Impf. 3 s. domenad, Sg. 207b4 . ar namtomnad , Wb. 17d23 . 3 pl. arna tomnitis , 4d17 . arna tomontis , 12d21 . For fut. see GOI § 634 . Cond. see below. Pret. 1 s. doménar-sa, Wb. 3c26 . do-mēn, CIH iii 919.36 , Ériu lix 130 . Perf. 1 s. durumenar, Ml. 49b13 . 2 s. do-nd-ruimin-so, TBC-I¹ 931 . 3 s. dorumenair, Ml. 61d2 . durumenar, 32d10 . durumeo[i]n (dorumen, YBL), ACC § 108 . 1 pl. ní torménmar-ni , Ml. 115b1 . 2 pl. ní thormenid , 68b1 . 3 pl. durumenatar-som, 80b10 . ni tormenatar , 106d11 . ? dorumensat, SR 3689 .

Pass. indic. pres. sg. -tomnadar, ZCP iii 452 . -tomnaitiur (-tomainter, v.l.), 449.17 . pl. -tomnaiter, Ériu ii 116 § 49 . Subj. impf. s. arna tomainte , Ml. 96b18 . Fut. s. nád tomnibther , Wb. 25b28 . Condit. s. dommuinfide, Ml. 40c17 . Perf. dorumat, SR 4243 .

Part. toimte. Vn. toimtiu.

Later forms occur with -ro-; do(u)ruimnim-si, Ériu i 38.19 ; doruirmenaiter, Laws i 20.20 ; Stowe Gl. 43 (see below). With pres. stem -men-: domenaimm (: dogegaind), Fél. 6.10 (= domúinim, LB). See also do-ménainn, toimtnigid.

Supposes, opines, conjectures: rarely with accus.; generally with vn. phrase or subord. clause; commonly of an erroneous supposition. Transl. putare, Sg. 209b11 , Ml. 18a5 ; existimare, Wb. 1c13 , 17d23 ; opinari, Ml. 39d26 , 78b24 , suspicari, 49a15 . domonur . . . .i. dar lim, O'Dav. 1214 . doruirmneadur .i. do-saileadur, Stowe Gl. 43 . na tomnathar nech ni bes mó quam serui , Wb. 17a13 . ar aithis fortsu dummenatar som ani sin they consider that a reproach to thee, Ml. 113d11 . air tom-mén[ar]-sa dia I thought myself a god, 130d5 . nech tomainnethar ní nad accai who imagines something he does not see, Ériu vii 160.4 . cia domenad nech a buith . . ., ní fir, Sg. 207b4 . durumenar som Dia dia dermut he thought that God had forgotten him, Ml. 32d10 . is dímáin tóimnit a mbeith endga (= incassum se innocentes putant ), PH 6124 . intan dober Dia in digail dommuinetar in dóini is (sic leg.) ferc do insin, Ml. 49b7 or for in dóini is (MS. indoiss) read int oīss doiss 'the ignorant' Ériu xlvii 205-6 . domuined cāch combo ulc[h]a bái lais, TBC-I¹ 1644 . doruménatár . . . ba léim roleblaing seom, FB § 82 . doruimenatar bádis fir ṡíthe they thought that (Patrick and his companions) were men of the Síde, Trip.² 1112 ( .i. do meanmnaigatar, ACL iii 20.28 ). tan bim eter in n-aes mer | dommuinet is mé a n-oisser they think I am their junior, Fél. 150.36 . dorumenutar ba dea in draicc, PH 6290 . domuinet sochaide na hapstail conid as cech berla rolabairset (= multi apostolos omnibus linguis locutos fuisse aestimant), 5485 . doruménair curpu na esergi comtis semiu indás áer (a heretical opinion), RC xxv 244 § 19 . dorumenadar (.i. rotoimtnigedar) magen asa fordāilte na hilbérla . . . romēartis and iarna comlāni they thought that the many languages would remain in perfection in the place from which they had been disseminated, Auraic. 150 . co na tomnide bad mílid acht bad manach (= ut iam non miles sed monachus putaretur), Lat. Lives 88.3 . arna tomnathar bed foammamichthe deacht don dóinacht lest it should be supposed, Wb. 13c2 . ar ná rothomned nech co mbad do thogail . . . tístaís, LL 220b15 ( TTr. 249 ). na rothoimnide combad deda no cetharda (of the Trinity), Goid. 67.4 .

Oft. with sense expects: gl. sperare, Wb. 14a10 . intain nád tomnibther a thíchtu when His coming will not be expected, 25b28 . ní tormenatar som a nditin ┐ a n-ícc gl. contra omnem spem, Ml. 106d11 , cf. 42a10 , 90c5 , 95d3 , 115b1 . dorumenatar a mbrith ina chrobaib they expected to be carried off (by it) in its claws, RC x 74 . demenar side ba ní pudh moo dogegadh he thought that he would have chosen somewhat more, RC xii 66 § 32 . dorumenar dotresed isin tres ló, PH 1859 . māin o neuch na tomnaitiur (tomainter, v.l.) treasure from someone from whom it is not expected, ZCP iii 449.17 . domuinsetar gomadh aca forbíadh a ionad, BNnÉ 296 § 30 . ō na tarraidh mian a mhenmhan . . . amhail doruimen as he had expected, Hugh Roe 104.8 .

Note also: dorumensat scur do tescad an crainn purposed (?), D IV 2, 43a36 . durumeo[i]n rétu pondered , ACC § 108 ( RC xx 278 ). doruimnestar D. ina menmuin an t-indligi[d] doronad, Anecd. ii 73.8 . ni mītomnadar o neoch none thinks ill of him (?) (of one who loves God), ZCP iii 450.29 .

ennac

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Forms: ennach, ennac, enngaib, ennaic, annaic, n-enac, endga, endacc, ennaigh, eannaga, eannag, eannoc, ennac, enngu

adj o-ā (< Lat. innoc(u)us or innoce(n)s, RC v 492 . Ascoli , Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ) In late texts sometimes ennach.

(a) innocent, sinless, harmless, guiltless: ennac ab innocente , O'Mulc. 399 . eannach .i. glan o pheacadh, O'Cl. dun ennac (gl. innocenti) Ml. 41b2 . do maccaib enngaib , Thes. ii 255.10 (St. Missal). nech gonus...macclerech no mac endacc, Cáin Ad. 35 . ind ennaic (gl. innocentes) Ml. 46d13 . ind aimser indat sláin ennaic som .i. noidenacht (salui innocentes) 76a6 . cit maicc ennaig, Cáin Ad. 43 . maic annaic , 40 . cosmail fri encu (gl. similis innocentibus) Ml. 91b7 . for clerchu ┐ banscala ┐ maccu encu, Cáin Ad. 34 . inna n-ennac (gl. innocent[i]um) Ml. 59a3 . 100a9 (gl. insont[i]um). inna n-enac , 32a13 . ro saerait na maccu endga o bas (a p. for n p.) PH 412 . is dímáin tóimnit a mbeith endga = incassum se innocentes putant 6124 . tret na n-uan n-endacc, MacCarthy 44.8 . Ériu ii 200.22 . ba hennac, ba firén PH 3304 . anim ennac firen, FA 19 (LU; ennach LB, cited P. O'C. s. eannach ). faith humal ennac óg, SR 5379 . cendais eter fhergaib, endac eter inntledaib = inter insidias innocens PH 5925 . ro impa...cusin creidim cristaide ┐ ba hannacc osin amach he, D IV 2, 44[42]vb 34 . an úir endacc (eannuidh ennaigh , vl.)the pure clay (of the bed of a spring set apart for a saint) BNnÉ 220.35 . v p. a uile naoimh-eannaga Holy Innocents Parrth. Anma 298.1 . fuil eannag innocent blood (of slain clerics) TFrag. 126 . Contrasted with cintach: in cintach...in t-ennac, ZCP xi 65. 4 . non iadad ume...mad guach. nisniadh[ad] ime dia mbad ennac (of an accused person) IT iii 190.17 . eannoc 190.9 . ennac (annach v.l.) 190.29 . dóerad bidbadu, sóerad enngu , Tec. Corm. § 2.14 .

(b) immune, exempt (?): rendering Lat. immunis: ennac nó dianim (gl. [periculi] immunem) Ml. 112a7 . in n-ennac .i. sechis in firian (gl. [mundum se ab illorum meritis et ideo] immonem [suppliciorum]) Ml. 76c3 , where the gloss may really refer to mundum, although that is glossed separately (glan). Cf. na mila ennca (sic leg.) [animals immune from seizure] (?) Laws i 146.18 Comm. (see ZCP iv 355 ). dogniat fiadhuin co follus cunud eannucc im na dethbirsi `innocent with respect to these necessities' (exempt ?) ii 62. 8 Comm. cunud ennuc gach dethbir, 62.10 Comm.