dé-chenélae

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adj io-ia. Bigeneric , in the subst. compd. coitchen-d.¤ a common bigeneric. n p.: ὡ ἄνθρωπος καὶ ἡ ἄνθρωπος .i. coitchen decheneli sin apud graecos , Sg 63 a 1 . taurigenus .i. coitchen dechenéli indiu la nuelitridi, ib. 90 b 4 .—Cpd. of dé- and cenélae. Cf. trechenélae.

dé-chenn

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adj o-ā. Two-headed, two-pointed. Of a spear: gan arm na láiṁ acht bior decenn (v.l. decen) dercc TBC 4470 . dorochair don bior dechend (v.l. decen), ib. 4473 . The quantity of de- is uncertain; perhaps short, through influence of trechenn. Cf. trechend RC xiii 448. 15 and déchendae above. Like the latter in Mid.-Ir. superseded by

dé-chennach

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adj o-ā. Two-headed, bicipitous (of a hill double-topped: Sc. beannan dácheannach). toraithair .i. dāchennaig, Imm. in dá Th. § 255 . Mod. dá- cheannach O'R. Coneys. Dinn. HSD (c.s.). Macd.; cf. trícheannach.

dé-chern

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Forms: déchernán

n ā, f. Biangle ; dim. déchernán. Cf. tríchearn, tríchearnán, Munst.

dé-chernach

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Forms: dá-chearnach

adj o-ā. Bi-angular . Mod. dá-chearnach Coneys. O'R. Dinn. ; cf. tríchearnach.

de-chétfaid

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n i, f. The opposite of cétbuith. Etymo- logically = de-buith, only it contains one prep. more (-cét-). De- is short and the identification with dé- `two' wrong ( PH p. 632 . Contr. s.v. ).— Dissent, discord, difference, diversity of opinion, quarrel = drochcétfaid, debuith; also like debuith of an armed conflict, a fight, acc. to O'Clery: dechédfaidh .i. cogadh (dechéudfadh .i. cogadh P. O'C. ); the latter sense, how- ever, is not sufficiently supported. debaid ┐ dechétbaid: n s. is triasin scriptúir nóib...síthlaigther cech debaid ┐ cech dechétfaid LB 251 b 14 = Trip. clxii 26 (dissent). n p. dechét- faide: cech debaid ┐ cech decetfaide, Rawl. 67 a 1 . debtha ┐ decetfaide, 68 b 1 . atrachtatar deabhtha ┐ dechétfaidhe derṁára etorra conár bot riaraig dia fflaith, Hugh Roe 32. 19 . is ar tairmthecht timna Dé tuaslaicther síth ┐ comchét- faid ina popul ┐ tódúscthar debtha ┐ decétfaide etarru, PH 4230 . —Obs.

dechétfadach

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Forms: decheu- fadhach

adj o-ā, deriv. of prec. = debthach. decheu- fadhach warlike, military P. O'C.

Dech-flescach

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pn Hogan Onomast. (from BB 257 a 22 ). Ir. Nen. 214. 4 . A vox nihili. Echḟlescach leg., see LL 44 b 12 .

dech-inscne

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n bidh súi léigind co cendanim: rosía let form dechindscne: arcenfa mórcháin móir, Arch. iii 231. 6 f.b. (Colum Cille of Adamnán). Cpd. of dech + inscne `speech,' q.v.

dé-chintach

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adj o-ā. Double-crimed or that has trespassed twice O'D. Supp. 616b . cúaille decintach nó trecintach of two faults Laws iv 74. 3 .

dechla

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ind cen dechla (.i. cen deligud) dHérind (sic leg.) ergnaid LL 10 b 11 = cía dheacla dHérind eargnaidh BB 33 a 51 .