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DONN
{genitive singular feminine} DUINNE or DOINNE, {adjective} brown, brown-haired;
strong, firm;
CAPALL DONN DUBH-CHORACH, a brown horse with black legs (a favourite colour in horses);
TEACH DONN DAINGEAN, a very firmly-built house;
as intensive in GO DÍREACH DONN, just exactly ({confer} DOMHAN);
{substantive masculine} and {feminine}, a brown thing, person or beast, as a cow, bull, {et cetera} : AN DONN CUAILGNE, the brown bull of {Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849};
DONN RÉIDH, peg wood, the spindle tree (N. P.). DONN-, DOINN-, in {compounds} brown;
e, {genitive}, DONN-BHALLACH, BROWN -S potted;
DOINN INGNEACH, brown-nailed.
DONN
{genitive} DUINN, {masculine} the heart of a tree ({South} O'L.). DONN, {genitive} DUINN, {masculine} a prince, a chief, a judge;
the name of a fairy inhabiting sandbanks off the Clare coast;
in asseverations, DAR DONN, by, iove! DONN, A DHUINE! {idem} Donn, {adjective} noble, princely, DONNAIM, -ADH, {transitive verb} and {intransitive}, I maks brown;
I get brown;
I get discoloured (as weapons from blood);
I blush. DONNCHADH, {genitive} -ADHA, {masculine} a personal name, Donough, Denis;
DONN AN ÉAIPÍN, a pretty little black-headed bird;
DONN RUADH, reynard, the fox;
DONN R. i GCAN A THRAOCHTA, the fos on the point of being killed;
DONN NA SÚL MÓR, a small tish with prominent eyes;
{also, alias} -TA, DONNDAM, -AIME,{feminine}, stiffness, UPPISIMESS;
anytlimg stiff;
AN TEANGA IN A DONNDAIM DHÍOMHAOIN, his tongue stopped idle in his, mouth;
{also, alias} DANN-, Dun-, DONN-FHIONN, {adjective} light auhurn;
CAILIN NA GRUAIGE DONN-FHINNE, the auburn maid.
DONN
-FHUIL, {feminine}, red blood.
DONN
-GHORM, {adjective} brownish blue.
DONN
-LUR, {masculine} knotted figwort (scrofula nodosa);
DONN-LUR UISCE, water figwort;
al DÚN-LUS, DONNÓG, -ÓIGE, -A, {feminine}, a kind of fish;
a sea dog;
a slighting or commiserating term for a woman, a beast, or even for a musical instrument, {et cetera} DONN-RUADH, {adjective} brown-red;
of chestnut or bay colour.
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