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 ).

dealt

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n = dialt, q.v.

2 deán

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n a fosterfather , v. degán.

Deán

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pn o,m. Diminutive of Dea : meic Deaín (i.e. Deáin) LL 369 d 1 f.b.

Deatha

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gen. npr. m., v.Deáith.

Deathrib

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pn g s. ad Cellam Magnam Deathrib, Thes. ii 277. 16 , corresponding to later Cell Mór Díthrib ( Tig. A.D. 736 . 757 . AU 735 . 756 ).

debach

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n strife, contention : bá férr síth ┐ cháinchoṁracc oldáas eisíth ┐ debach, TTr.² 1763 . Not different from deibech, q.v.

†debai

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ind Arm. 183 a 2 , Thes. i 497. 35 . A vox nihili. MS has recedeban[t], ib. 725 a .

†debec

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ind Arch. i 291 , a vox nihili. Read : is do metu for cette .i. de urc for úan .i. de bec for bic, O'Mulc. 751 .

dé-ben

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n ā, f. A goddess . S. Clárach 86 .

de-bennach

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adj o-ā. Two-peaked : claidib debennacha móra LL 253 a 5 . lannchloidme lethanḟoda cona urdhor- naib debhendacha, Hugh Roe 96. 4 . Opp. oenchennach : ar ní mó is bachall ind óenchendach crom oldáss an de- bennach díriuchcenn D iv 2, 53 b 2 .—Benn refers to the peak or top of the sword-hilt, cf. benn chlaideb LU 95 a 2 ; co cloidmib benndornchuir, Hugh Roe 72. 5 .—Cf. trí- and cethir-bennach.