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DAINGEAN [daQ_n] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

DAINGEAN
-GIN, {plural} {idem} and -GNE, {genitive plural} -GNEACH, {masculine} a stronghold, a fortress, a garrison;
DAINGEAN CHÚIS, I-.ingle;
an espousal or marriage contract;
a solemn vow or promise;
a Contract of any kind;
afastening(S--DAINGNIUGHADH);
NAISCIM DAINGEAN AR, I bind;
THUGADAR DAINGEAN BRÁTHARDHA D'A CHCHILE, they became sworn brothers (guy);
URRA AGUS DAINGEAN NA FIRINNE, the pillar and the ground of truth;
i NDAINGEAN me CHLÉIBH, in may inmost heart;
DAINGEAN NA FÍRINNE, the ground of sacred truth ({Citation:Donlevy's Irish Catechism});
CHUAIDH AN CHEIST i NDAINGEAN AIR, he found the problem hard to solve;
sometimes DAIGHEAN.
DAINGEAN
-GNE, {adjective} firm, fast, strong;
solid;
fortified (as a city, {et cetera});
close, secure;
fastened, locked (as a door, {et cetera});
fenced;
fast (as a colour), fixed (as a star);
firm of character;
FEAR DAINGEAN, a man of strong character;
emphatic, intense;
AG CAOI-GHOL GO SO.. weeping bitterly;
me THRUAGH GO DAINGEAN , I pity you intensely;
AN BHFUIL AN DORAS DAINGEAN? ÍS the door locked? {pronounced} DAIGHOAN ({Regional:Uladh}, {Regional:Connaught}).
DAINGEAN
-DLÚMH, {feminine}, a solid mass;
a dense cloud ({Citation:Pádraigín Haicéad}).
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