domne, domnae

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Forms: doimne, dhoimhne

n , f. (domain). Also doimne.

(a) depth, depths: bec do domna diadachta, ACC § 122 Comm. (RC xx). am gáeth im muir ar domni (song of Amirgen), LL 12b39 ( IT iii 61 § 123 ). ? cichsi domni, SG 80.3 (rhet.). cia doimne in abann? 75.15 . cia doimne na Boindi? YBL 136a14 . co nach étir in chned cen fis a doimne do legius, PH 7644 . tri traigthe a leithead ┐ a doimhne (of a trench), Laws iv 112.3 . ina airdi . . . ina domna (of a vessel), O'Don. 929 ( H. 3.17 658a). créd é an leithead . . . ┐ an doimhne, Ephes. iii 8 . maille re fad ┐ re leithne ┐ re duimhne, 23 A 4, 137.3 . doimhne ┐ arde ifrend, Lec. 346b46 . domni ifrind omon leam I dread the depth of hell, 347a20 . tre grein do beth a ndoimne because the sun is low (i.e. in January), 23 P 10, 22b6 . (Of a disease) teit se a ndoimne na mball mar doracad tarrngi goes deep into the limbs like a nail, 58.4 . (Of serpents and their bite) in tan tét a ndoimne na mball gabaid dassacht cuga, 24 B 3, 2.14 . da seachnadh na súile an tshoillsi ┐ a mbeith . . . ag dol a ndoimhni receding, 23 K 42, 190.15 . (Of salt in bread) furtachtaighe int uisci chum dul a ndoimhne it helps the water to penetrate (the bread), 3 C 19, 17ra28 . sa lobra . . . ata in tadhbhur a ndoimhne ni is mó in leprosy the (malignant) matter goes deeper, 38va31 . gach méid uíd a ndoimhni is misdi iad (of wounds), 111vb13 . a náit clochaidh mar nach raibh doimhne thalmhan aige depth of soil, Mark iv 5 . créd é doimhne shaidhbhris eagna ┐ eólais Dé, Rom. xi 33 . an mhéid . . . dá nach feas doimhne Shatain, Rev. ii 24 . ar dhoimhne a bfis profundity of their knowledge, Content. xviii § 88 . ba haithnid dō doibne ┐ geri inntlechta na mban, Grail 3187 . da bhfaictheá duine ag filledh ó ath ar a dhuibhne on account of its depth, Mac Aingil 142.5 . cech doimhne noroisidh an t-adhnacul the deeper, ZCP viii 560.1 .

Depths, deeps (s. and pl.): moluidh an Tighearna . . . a dhragúna ┐ a uile dhoimhne , Ps. cxlviii 7 . dobhérair suás mé ó dhoimhne na talmhan, lxxi 20 . na gaetha ag seidedh na fairgi a ndoimne stirring the sea from its depths, 23 P 10, 16b29 . in muir d'imthecht tar a doimhnib, SG 242.10 . Of night: na feacadar samhuil . . . do doimhne ná do dhoishininn na hoidhche sin riamh such a night for gloom and storm, Celt. Rev. x 134.14 .

(b) Perh. base (of an erection, etc.); bottom (of vat or vessel) in the follg.: (of an earthwork?) dá traig .x. . . . a domna[e] its base, Críth Gabl. 569 . da traig .x. lethet a bél ┐ a domnai, 571 . domna .i. mas ut est leth lethat a beoil dia domna .i. a lethid a mais tís, O'Dav. 680 . But all three exx. could also be referred to (a).