"Dagda" meaning in Middle Irish

See Dagda in All languages combined

Proper name

Etymology: From Old Irish Dagdae, from Proto-Celtic *Dago-deiwos, from Proto-Indo-European *dʰegʷʰ- (“to burn; hot”) + *deywós (“divinity”). Etymology templates: {{inh|mga|sga|Dagdae}} Old Irish Dagdae, {{inh|mga|cel-pro|*Dago-deiwos}} Proto-Celtic *Dago-deiwos, {{inh|mga|ine-pro|*dʰegʷʰ-||to burn; hot}} Proto-Indo-European *dʰegʷʰ- (“to burn; hot”), {{m|ine-pro|*deywós||divinity}} *deywós (“divinity”) Head templates: {{head|mga|proper noun|g=m}} Dagda m
  1. (Irish mythology) An important god in Irish mythology. Tags: Irish, masculine Categories (topical): Irish mythology
    Sense id: Dagda-mga-name-fI63He0S Topics: human-sciences, mysticism, mythology, philosophy, sciences

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