1 dé

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Forms: dé, diad, déithe, diaid, diaig, dé, dé, déith, diaid, díaig, died, diaid, dé, diadh, déithe

n t, f. Smoke, haze , &c. n s. dé, from the Glosses (dæ, Mil 57 a 10 ) up to the present day. Rhyming with clé BB 31 b 8 ; with gné LL 199 b 47 . Seldom diad, modelled on the ā-stems, BB 450 b 12 , EIS 140 § 22 . g s. diad, Mil 40 c 1 . TBC 187 . CCath. 1502 . Hy Maine 57 a 2 . FM vi 1962. 12 ; 2198. 3 . TSh. 187. 23 ; mod. id. and déithe (Kerry).—The derivative dethach points to disyllabic diäd. Unfortunately I have no instance from old poetry. a s. diaid, Expulsion 187 . RC ii 396. 1 f.b. LL 110 a 12 . BB 365 b 17 . PH 2407. 7109 . MacCgl. 63. 6 . O'Dav. 632 . 1586 . diaig TBC 5508 . Superseded by the nom. form dé FM vi 2116. 8 f.b. ; mod. dé and déith (sic W. Kerry). d s. diaid LL 124 a 41 . díaig PH 2505 . died RC iii 344. 12 = diaid.

I Smoke, fume , as opposed to lassair `flame' and teine `fire.' It renders Lat. fumus. diaidh .i. múch smoke, vapour P. O'C.

(a) uice fumi omnis eorum elatio euan- escit, gl. amal arindchrin dæ ┐ asindbail as smoke perishes and dies Mil 57 a 10 . rothin (sc. in diabul) fochétóir amal diaid RC ii 396. 1 f.b. Todd Lect. v 97. 11 . attáit tenti ┐ fóidit diaid in teined sair co hOsseirge, Exp. 187 . atáid tenid cáin...cen diaid cen chiaig cen crithir, MacCgl. 63. 6 ; 117. 21 . dath na diad, Hy Maine 57 a 2 . amal téid de do deightheinidh, Lib. Flav. 33 b 2. 14 . is cumair in pian aimserda ar is fri diaid thened is casmail PH 2407 . teine diad a smoky fire : teanndáil nó t. dhiadh, TSh. 187. 23 . the smoke from an encampment: ragabsatar dúnad ┐ longphort inn aidchi sin cor ba dlúim diad ┐ tened (a standing phrase) etir chethri áthaib Ái TBC 187 . the smoke from a volcano: co maiged (i.e. maided) a duibdiad ┐ a lasra a huamaib ┐ a hairchelaib in tṡlébi sin (i.e. Etna) BB 450 b 12 . the smoke from a devastated country or city: dar leo is tre smúitcheo diad ┐ tre corrthair lasrach nolaefedh in cathraigh uile, CCath. 1502 . dé is dethach smoke and vapour : robad smúittcheo diadh ┐ dethaighe in tír uile dia néis FM vi 2198. 3 . an dlúiṁcheo diadh ┐ dethaighe roleth óna forloisccthib, ib. vi 1962. 13 . ib. 2116. 8 f.b. dochuireadar an baile uile tre smúr dhiadh ┐ deataigh, Caith. Chong. 52. 15 .

(b) a smoking fire = teine diad: a thócbáil ┐ a chosa suas...┐ de mór fói PH 1238 .

(c) the smoke of a fired gun: roleiccsiot dé ┐ detach a ndubhpúdair foa súilib FM vi 2116. 8 f.b.

(d) odorous smoke as that of incense : túis...athascnaid a de side iarna hadandad i núaislib nime PH 7020 . amail diaid thúsi, ib. 7109 .

(e) smoke, fume as the symbol of Satan and the demons : dochonnaic sí in satan...a dhe ┐ a lasair asa chraes ┐ asa ṡróin, Lism. L. 1409 . TLS v 74. 13 . a dé ┐ a lassar asa chraess ┐ asa ṡrónaib sechtair, Three Hom. 72. 30 . dochóid ass in draicc ┐ tórruma demun impe coro lín in tempul dia díaig ┐ dia bréntur PH 2505 .

(f) smoke or fume, arising from the anger of the righteous: in dé iarum tánic dítsu ar thimdergad foloi side i nardda coro scáil na demna LL 273 b 48 , ZCP x 378 .

II Esp. the smoke from the hearth or house-fire (tellach); hence sometimes, like teine and tellach, as a symbol of the house or the home. hi tellach thírmaide...nárotlosci a lassar nárotbena a dé, MacCgl. 95. 27 . dé do thig LB 156 a 57 . nocho bia i nÉirinn...teag ná treb ná ten ná de (: clé) BB 31 b 8 . co facca a dún fornocht cen diaidh cen teach cen tenid, ib. 365 b 17 . biaidh gan diaigh Eaṁuin Uladh, 3 C 13, 659. 9 .—According to old beliefs the smoke of the hearth betrays the secrets of the house and the fate of its inhabitants, cf. adgníed din died (diaid LL 124 a 11 ) notheche din tich a llín nombíd co nngalur ann (┐ cech galar nobíd and, add. LL), RC iii 344. 12 . asé sin dobeir aithne ar galar in duine tre diaig in tigi i mbí dḟaicsin TBC 5508 .

III Vapour or steam, arising from heat: coire airgdidi do ná tic dé ná deathach FDG 507 . de en foulachtae the vapour of the concoction RC xii 100. 10 .

IV Haze, misty appearance, watery vapour : siadair denn do cach dinn: dé do loch linn lán haze from the lake of full waters Four Songs 10. 8 = RC v 202. 1 .

V A gust or blast of air : dé do ghaoith a gust of wind Dinn. P. O'C. de áith a sharp blast of wind P. O'C. , probably taken from O'Cl.'s de aith .i. gaoth (perhaps meant to render the spoken déith, i.e. déh; or cf. the obscure deaait, For. Foc. 120 ).

VI Like Lat. anima breath, the breath as the principle of life, soul : dend .i. de ut est denn a nanma .i. dé a[n]ma i ndáinib hí .i. in anál. nó amail diaidh do theinid, O'Dav. 632 . dé den anam a little breath of life P. O'C. In this sense still common in the spoken language: tá an déith as he is dead, efflata est anima, opp. tá an déith ann he is still alive (W. Kerry, Conn.). cuireadh go dí deireadh na déithe é ach dochas sé airist, or dochuaidh sé go dí d. na d. he was on the point of death but recovered (W. Kerry, Conn.).

VII PROV. proprium fumi est ut ignem nuntiat secuturum, gl. is gnáth lassar hi tiarmoracht diad flame is customary after smoke Mil 40 c 1 . is dorn im diaid tor mbriathar a multitude of words is a fist round smoke O'Dav. 1586 (Stokes' translation gives no sense); cf. as dorn im dhiaidh, Buile Suibni 54. 27 .

VIII COMP. mí-dé: is míde tucad dún tair. dorat mígne dár menmain LL 199 b 47 .

MOD. dé, g s. diadh, déithe, v. V, VI. Obs. in Sc. P. O'C. also gives the sense ` grief, sorrow, sadness .'—Cf. dethach.

2 dé

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n mentioned as synonymous with deichen and dál, For. Foc. 13 : dé is deichen gach dál dleacht. Division (Stokes). Probably identical with 3 de and taken from ACC § 11 : déde .i. indara raind.

3 dé

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conj case-form of 1 día, q.v.

4 dé

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n in exclamation, v. 2 día.

5 dé

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conj in co dé, fri dé, &c., v. 1 día.

6 dé

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num cpd.-form of two , q.v. Superseded by dá- in Mid.-Ir.

7 dé

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n = dead, q.v.

1 dea

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conj co dea, O'Don. Suppl. = co dé, v. 1 día.

2 dea

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n (= 2 día): drúchta dea .i. ith ┐ blicht ut Scoti dicunt drúchta dea Dromma Ceta, Corm. 451 Y. Corm. Tr. 57 . drúchta déa, O'Cl. for soilsi (sorchi, soirci, v.ll.) samluain … for druc[h]tu dea (.i. ith ┐ blicht .i. ceneili forcetail) 'on the light of a summer-moon … on dews of a goddess (that is, corn and milk, that is, types of learning)' Imm. in dá Th. § 113 , § 115 . soirche samlūain eter drūchtæ dē āth 'the light of a summer moon among the dews of a goddess of fords' BDC 142.619 . See also drúcht.

1 Dea

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Forms: Dea, Dé, De, Deda, Dedad, Daig, Dego, Dead, Deae

npr. m. n s. Dea: Dea mac Degann (Degad leg., cf. Dedaid LL), RDinds. § 40. 1 (so also LL, BB). g s. Dé: Bec mac Dé mic Gnoe, Mart. Don. Oct. 12 . De: Bec mac De druad mic Gnoe LL 347 c 48 , 55 . BB 216 a 44 mac Deátho, Deḟatho, i.e. Dé ḟátho, v. †Deáith. Mac Saiglend mic De mic Labrada LL 326 e 16 f.b. —In Mid.- Ir. confused with Deda, gen. Dedad (Dedhadh), Daig, gen. Dego, Dead (g s.) and Deae: Dea mac Degan a quo Inber nDeda, RDinds. § 40. 1 .

2 Dea, Deae

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Forms: Deaae, Deae, Dee, Deaa, Dea, De, Dedad

pn g s. in the following names: Inber nDeae i Crích Cualann i Laignib, the estuary of Aba Deae immediately below Arklow. Aba Deae river, flows through Glenn nDeae. Glenn nDeae earlier name of Glenn Dá Locho. Loch Deae.

FORMS: Deaae: Cell Dara do orgain do gentib ó Inbir Deaae AU A.D. 835 . Deae: co Inber Deae, Trip. i 32. 11 ( Eg. 93 ). Dee: in portum apud nós clarum qui uocatur Hostium Dee dilata est , Arm. 2 b 2 . Inber nDee i Crích Cualand, Hy Maine 147 b . Deaa: do gallaib Inbhir Deaa FM A.D. 835 . Dea (the usual form): Trip. 30. 17 ; oc Inbiur Dea i Crích Laigen, ib. 34. 18 . co hInber nDea i Crích Laigen, ii 448. 5 . LB 26 a 14 f.b. Aband Dea ┐ Inber ṅDea LL 159 a 5 f.b. Aba Dea, Hy Maine 147 b 2 . De: Inber nDe, Lism. 4 a . Hogan 458 a .—Confused with Deda, gen. Dedad: Inber Dedad i Crích Cualann BB 370 b 30 . Inbhear Deaghaidh, Keat.

By the Irish themselves wrongly associated with Dea, npr. m.: Dea mac Degad a quo Inber nDeda i Crích Cualann, RDinds. § 40. 1 . Garman Glas mac Dedad cuius frater erat Dea a quo Aband Dea ┐ Inber ṅDea i Crích Cualann LL 159 a 5 f.b. Dea mac Dedhadh a quo Inber nDea a Crích Chualand, Stowe D. 2. 2, 27 a . Dea was the name of the river; cf. Ban-dea, name of the Shannon, Arm. 11 b 1 ; Dub-dea `Nigra Dea' (River Dee in Scotland), Thes. ii 279. 6 . It seems identical with Ptolemy's Dēvā, the river Dee in Scotland. Ptolemy's Δηούας ποταμοῦ ἐκβολαί may render an Ir. Inber nDee, Inber nAbann Dee. Gen. Dēvās compared with Arm. Dee shows that in the 2nd century the Irish substitution of -ās by -iās in fem. ā-stems had not yet taken place.—Cf. Pictet RC ii 2 . Holder 1273 .