dé-chorpdae

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adj io-ia. Having two bodies: gl. bicorpor, Sg 65 a 13 . One expects †dé-chorpach corresponding to mod. dá-chorpach, O'R. Dinn. ; HSD. Macd.

dé-chossach

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Forms: dá-chossach

adj o-ā. Two-footed ; later dá-chossach, Coneys, O'R. Dinn. — Sc. dà-chasach, id.; subst. m. a biped : gach d. a th'agam , M‘A. Macd.—Cf. trí-chossach, cethar-chossach.

dechra

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n (dechor) difference, distinction , rhyming with Tethba: oenbliadain déc cen dechra: co torchair hic Tur Tethba, Rawl. 164 b 11 (or perh. a p. of dechor ZCP x 380). lánrí Traigia treabhtha do dechra a síair sochla BB 204 a 49 . Ir. Nenn. 132. 2 .

dechrach

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o-ā, adjective of uncertain meaning and derivation. As an epithet of God: ba debthach fri Saul slán: Dia deoda dechrach dermar...diar sáraig a forṅgaire SR 5670 . Not here Fen. 166. 21 , v. deccrach. Either a derivative of dechor or, more likely, = degrach, q.v.

Dechrach

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o,npr. m. Father of Adamra : mac Adamra mic Dechraig mic Dergthosciúil LL 329 d 39 . mic Dechraich meic Dergscáil, Rawl. 145 c 7 . mic Deachraidh mic Deircthai BB 195 a 47 .

†dechracht

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n ā, f.: budh he a nimeasargain gor chreath- naidhtheadar diosgarṡluagh ḟear nÉireann re fúaim a ndeac- racht ┐ a ndásacht TBC p. 547 n. 7 . = †deachracht fury or deccracht, q.v.

1 dechrad

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u, m. vn. of 1 dechraid.

I The state of being possessed by ungovernable rage, a being beside one's self, a raging . conattech Cúchulainn blegon furri iarna dechrad díttaid TBC 2415 (v.l. dhéchradh, Cóir Anm. § 149 ). for d.¤ raging, raving: ┐ a tenga ar foluamain re mét in imgabáil...a Birgad atá do thenga ar dechrad ná habair acht fír, Fian. 82. 28 .

II Wild, ungovernable anger, warlike rage, vehement fury . Often in a good sense = bravery . Only of persons. deachradh .i. déine fearg nó díbheirge, O'Cl. Frequently joined to such words as borrfad, búrach, dásacht, déine, ferc, lonnas, luinne, lúthbás, tairpthige, and the like.—ní fúaircifesa and fer rosásad...a déni ┐ a thairpthigi ┐ a dechrad TBC 359 YBL. LU 58 b 43 . LL 62 a 8 . scíth lim comrac dúib...do ṡotla su...┐ luinne ┐ anṡirce drús ┐ tairpthige ┐ dechrad do chéili .i. Conc. TBC 1149 YBL. LU 68 b 1 . táncatar fænnella fualaing fáiside (i.e. fo Ṡuibne) ri deachrad ┐ ri deallrad ┐ ri dúaibsighi na nDanar LL 409 a 3 (v.l. dercad YBL, MR 230. 12 . Stowe MSS as LL). roeirid- hedar...co feirg ┐ lonnus co mbrígh ┐ borrfadh la deachradh na feirgi fonnmoire, Anecd. ii 78 § 6 . Similarly Lec. 367 b 4 . in dechrad romór ┐ in luthbás ┐ in búrach roḟersat na Mirmidónda, TTr.² 1471 . ní foelangatar...an luthfás romór ┐ an dechradh roḟersat na banḟénidi forru, ib. 1697 .—Here possibly SR 6375 : atraracht Dauid iarsin. ┐ rochoisc a muintir. ba dechrad fo détgail dúir. do letrad étaig Sauil (or vn. of 2 dechraid II; one would expect decrad: letrad).

III Transf. of a play or an occupation: the extravagant or wild excitement with which it is exercised: robái Caur oc airbert gaiscid...frisseom ┐ nícon tetarrad béim fair (sc. Cúchulainn) la dechrad inna cleas TBC 1509 YBL. LU 73 a 12 .—Cf. dechraidecht.

IV A rushing forth in a state of wild fury: mórbrúth ┐ ferg ┐ borrfod ina láth ṅgaile oc dechrad dochum in chatha YBL 46 a 20 . TBC p. 720 n. 1 .

V Wrong or unsupported definitions.

(a) d.¤ `difficulty,' Contr.

(b) d.¤ `a shining or glistering; to shine or glister,' P. O'C. —wrongly concluded from such passages as: ri deachrad ┐ ri deallrad ┐ ri dúaibsighi na nDanar LL 409 a 3 . —O'R. and Macd. give deachair `brightening, polishing, brightness,' probably due to a mistranslation of the passage quoted by O'Cl. s.v.—Obs.

2 †dechrad

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u, m. vn. of 2 dechraid; v. 1 dechrad II.

3 dechrad

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u, m. A following , vn. of 3 dechraid: mac in goband cosin ṅgúal: assé a dúal dechrad (sic all MSS) dia ṡlicht let the son of the smith take to coal. It is his duty to persevere in the profession of his family LL 148 a 4 .—Not sufficiently supported.

1 dechraid

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v ā. Becomes furious with anger or excite- ment. Only of persons (of animals: dáistir).

A ACT.

(a) abs. with a pers. subj.: atracht in luan láith ass étun...co rodechrastar oc imbert na sciath LU 80 a 14 . TBC 1958 LU. TBC p. 375 n. 6 .

(b) abs., subj. conn, ciall and the like: na cneslénti bítis fo thétaib fria chnes arnacha ndechrad a chond céille tráth doficfad a lúth láthair TBC 1709 = LU 78 a 35 (ndecrad a chon nach a chiall).

B PASS. with imm: rodechradh ann im Throil ┐ noberedh báre cosna Grécu, TTr.² 1423 . is bec ná rodechrad imbi ac neurtad in chath- aigthi LL 401 b 6 . TTr.² 394 . rodechradh impu hic slaighi na sluag LL 405 b 50 . TTr.² 1148 . dollotar don chath. is bec ná rodásedh ┐ ná rodechrad impu LL 408 a 20 . TTr.² 1344 . —For the construction cf. dáistir.—Obs.