Dead

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g s. npr. m. in Mess Dead CRR p. 225 b , the usual form. Also Mess Dé: im Mes nDé mac Amairgin RC xxiii 308. 34 . LL 31 b 32 . Mess Dead mac Am., Mesca Ul. 6. 1 ; CRR 46. 6 ; RC viii 54. 3 f.b. ; 56. 1 , 15 , 18 .—Different from Mess Dedaid, as Rawl. 158. 21 . shows: clann Amargin...Mess De ┐ Mess Dedaid Dían.— Probably gen. of Dea ; but the material at disposal is too scanty.

de-adarcach

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Forms: dá- adharcach

adj o-ā. Two-horned, bicornous . Mod. dá- adharcach, O'R. Dinn. —HSD (c.s.). Macd.

de-ág

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prep. because of, v. di-ág.

Deain

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Forms: Deani, Dean, Deán, Deaine

npr. f. The goddess Diana: Goid. p. 105 . seoch in fidh mór i mbúi tempull Déain (v.l. Deani, Dean), CCath. 1490 . d s. Deán RC xxxiii 314. 4 . BB 426 a 4 the gen. is Deaine : doróine Aigmemnon idpuirt Deaine and coro fethnaiged in ḟairge...┐ coro sorrthigedh an dea a sét nim- thechta dóib. So also Goid. 105. 2 , 4 .

†de-ainmnech

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adj o-ā, Having two names, binominous . Sc. dá-ainmeach, Macd.

de-ainmnigthe

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Forms: deainmnichthi

adj deainmnichthi, gl. dionyma, Sg. 30 a 6 .

dé-ainmnigthech

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Forms: ndéainm- mneichthech, ṅdéainmmnigthecha, déainmmnichdechaib

n o,n. The Oir. term for a denomina- tive verb , transl. Lat. denominativum. a s. a ndéainm- mneichthech , Sg. 29 b 2 . n p. denominatiua sunt, gl. conecat beta ṅdéainmmnigthecha , ib. 54 b 6 . d p. de denominatiuis .i. dinaib déainmmnichdechaib , ib. 2 b 1 .

de-áith

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adj i. Two-edged : haec bipennis .i. deáith, Sg 67 a 4 . frassa tiuga...darmaib deáthi ri díburgud LL 239 b 49 . TTr. 1712 . —A cpd of de- and áith.

†de-áith

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adj i. Slothful, lazy , Contrib. A vox nihili, v. deeid.

† Deáith

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Forms: Deátho, Deátha, De-átho, Déáith

npr. m. gen. Deátho, Deátha, i.e. disyllabic De-átho : Mide mac bruthmar Brátha : meic dirmannaig Deatha, Metr. Dinds. ii 42. 10 . Mide mac Bratha meic Deatha, RDinds. § 7 . Bráth degmac Deatha dil LL 4 a 22 . 199 b 38 . Artt oebda dagnia derg : Deatha máir mandras E[i]lgg, Rawl. 116 b 13 (= Deád már LL 387 b 5 ). mac Deatha meic Ercḟatha (Airceda, Rawl. 162 b 54 ) meic Ceu LL 327 d 27 . Rawl. 158. 49 . mac Deatha meic Ceu, LL 336 f 32 (father of Connáid ZCP x 379 ). mac Deatha, Rawl. 162 g 53 . —Either a cpd. dé-ḟáith (cf. especially the n s. Déáith, Rawl. 115 b 45 ) or = Dé(a) fáith Dé the prophet, gen. Dé ḟátho (and so actually written) : mac Brátha meic Conáid meic Deḟatha meic Ceu LL 331 c 19 f.b. mac Defátha ZCP viii 334. 1 . mac Brátha meic Deḟatha meic Erchada BB 77 b 26 . 155 b 34 . 141 a 34 (Deafatha). — Similarly Mac Dé druad LL 347 c 48 , 55 . BB 216 a 44 .—The long á is proved by the rhyme with Brátha, Metr. Dinds. l.c.Cf. Dea.

deaithe

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n , f. Abstr. of déaith (Oir. déeid, q.v.). Though identical with Lat. desidia, deaith seems a purely Mid.-Ir. formation (superseding the older deess).— Idleness, inactivity, indolence, leisure . Associated with laxa: ná fagubar nech uaib i ṅdeathi nó i llaxa PH 6505 ; with síd : beith i síd ┐ i caencomrag ┐ deaithe BB 423 b 9 . fiche lathi dóib iarsin i ṅdeaithe, Alex. 759 ( LB 210 b 35 ). fear do dul ar dreimni ┐ ar deaithi BB 445 b 49 ( Mer. Uil. 81 ).