2 dechtad

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Forms: deachdadh, deachtadh

u, m. vn. of 2 dechtaid.

I A composing, inditing : becán eli don lebar a ngaidilg arna dechtadh go rochruaid dḟiledaib na nGaidel ZCP iii 520 § 8 (early 16th century). Rhyming with cleachtadh: seirm ciúil is deachtadh dána: cleachtadh uird gach eallana, Rel. Celt. ii 252 st 24 , ib. 276. 15 .—Cf. Sc. tha mo chridhe a' deachdadh deadh ni, Psalm xlv 1 .

II Transf. an inspiring, an inspiration : ó dheachtadh an sbirad naoiṁ, Carsw. p. 5 . Cf. Sc. deachdadh inspiring Macd. (obs.), deachd inspire M‘A.

III Act of dictating, dictation , Coneys. O'R. HSD. Macd. Sc. also the thing dictated, a dictate , HSD.

IV A law : deachdadh, Lhuyd. O'Br. O'R. HSD. Macd. —deachdadh coṁdhála an act of parliament O'R. ann.— deachtadh dictation, legislation, doctrine, instruction, also to dictate, teach, instruct; sometimes signifying tyranny, oppression, domineering; also to compute, reckon, account P. O'C. See also ? tardechta.

1 †dechtaid

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v ā-derivative of 1 decht. Crushes, oppresses , v. 2 decht and 1 dechtad.

2 dechtaid

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Forms: rodechtait, deachta, deachdta

v ā. An early loan from Latin dictare. The rendering of -i- by -e- and the cpd. do-er-dechtim, gl. dicto Sg 155 b 4 , show the high age of the loan.—Like Lat. dictat = fingit, componit, composes, indites, writes, informs (dictare est aliquid docere in omni genere doctrinae, Juv. Sat. Britannicus 8 ). The sense dictates has no examples from Old- and Mid.-Ir.—blodh bec don lebar dodecht Adhamnán a Laidin ZCP iii 520 § 8 . dia rodecht som isin dúain dorigni of which he informed LU 51 a 33 . dorad Aenias in tuarastal do chách díb amal rodechtait as they had been informed (pret. pass.), Aen. 1060 (referring to Aeneas' words, ib. 1045 : dobérthar a riar do chách úaib). BB 460 b 23 . dar dechtadh an cairt so, R.I.A. 3 B 22, 34 b .—deachd, inf. deachdadh, indites, dictates, teaches Coneys. enacts, harangues O'R. ann. Cf. Sc. deachd indites, dictates, inspires , M‘A. HSD (c.s.). pc. deachta, deachdta perfectly certain, in Sc. gu d. most certainly, most assuredly; but cf. decht .i. deimin, s.v. decht.

dechtaide

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adj io-ia, pc. nec. of 2 dechtaid, componendus, dictandus: budh laegh bo deachtaighe dóibh a poem should be made for them Cog. 98. 9 .

dechtaigid

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v g, late transformation of 2 deachtaid after the model of the g-derivatives.

I Composes, indites : leabhar na reacht do dheachtuigh Maois ar dtúis, Gadelica iii. 165. 6 . dodheachtaigh mur so é (sc. an scél), Eachtra M. an Iol., Pref. of author (MS 24 P 9, date 1651). v. deachtugud.

II Teaches, instructs : dochum ┐ dodheachtaigh dá dheisciobaluibh, MacCur. p. 106 . ná deachtuighthear libh don líaigh na leighis is toil leis do chur ribh, TSh. 228. 19 . —deachduigh indite, dictate, teach Coneys. dictate, give law, instruct; account, reckon, compute P. O'C. (s.v. deachtaigheam, deachtaighthear). Dinn. dictate, indite , HSD. Macd.—VN. dechtugud u, m. : ní thug is níor ghlac malairt téarma : i litir dar casadh sé an deachtughadh ceadna GJ xiv 17. 16 (poem by Seán Ua Gadhre). Act of composing : ag deachtughadh ceoil, Dinn. (from Don.). An emphasising : ag d. gach focail, Dinn. deachtughud indite, dictate, teach Coneys. management, regulation, dictation, enaction, instruction O'R. ann.

dechtaigthe

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io-ia, past pc. of dechtaigid, composed, indited : dar linne ní peaca a chur deachtaigthe i ndúanaire, O'Gr. Cat. 567. 18 . taught, instructed, dictated, computed, accounted P. O'C. O'R. Cf. deachduichte dictated (c.s.) HSD. Macd.

dechtaigtheóir

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Forms: deachtaightheóir, deachtthóir

n i, m., g s. -óra, pl. -óiridhe. A dictator, teacher, accountant Coneys. deachtaightheóir, deachtthóir a dictator, legislator, teacher, instructor, computer, accounter P. O'C. O'R.

dechtain

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ind rhyming with Nechtain: seisear bráthar ...Solen Ulpha Nechtain: Drostan dechtain drethell: a nanmand a naebdus: Aengus ┐ Leithend BB 204 a 48 . Ir. Nen. 130. 30 .

dechtóir

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Forms: deachtoir

n i, m. deachtoir a dictator, a teacher , Lhuyd. O'R. a lawgiver, a dictator O'R. ann.— Sc. deachdair, a dictator (c.s.) HSD. M'A. Macd. Hence deachdaireacht ā, f., act or business of dictating (c.s.) HSD = deachdúireacht assuming too much O'R. ann.—Not from Lat. dictor, but derived from 2 dechtaid.

dechtugud

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u, m. vn. of dechtaigid, q.v.

dechtraigidir

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Forms: dechtraigid, dechraigidir

v dechtraigid = dechraigidir: in leabhar dá ngoirthear deich bréithir ina ndeachtraighthear .i. i ndeghchóirighthear an tiomna maith dorinne Dia do Maoise, O'Curry MS. Mat. 495 . cid a neachtraighter ┐ i nænta- daighter ... cidni anṁann i ndeachtraigter IT iii 24. 6 , 8 (BB), where H 2. 12 has deochraigetar.