†Decoinet

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npr. m., v. Decoimet.

decra

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adj .i. aird, v. deccra.

decrach, decracht

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adj v. deccrach, deccracht.

†décrad

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n Thes. ii 239. 4 for deorad, v. Hermathena 1911, 384 . sq.

decraid

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n Aengus do ghuin aṁail Broen: ca ní cen do decraidh dé (: cé) what thing is removed from God's decision (O'Don.) FM i 530. 7 . AU A.D. 882 have: cani oen do dhecraibh Dé, which seems right.

décrath

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n imecomardar an muilleóir ni mo decrath : can doberedh a ndomeledh in sluag setach, Anecd. i 59. 3(Imr. Máiledúin). Possibly = ní mod écrath.

Decuill

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Forms: Decuil, Dicuill, Decoll

Decuil, Dicuill, gen. npr. m. n s. †Decoll. Father of Fergus: macc Cairill maicc Fergosso maicc Decuill, Arm. 19 a 1 . Thes. ii 364. 20 . Father of Dega: Dega mac Dicuill (: thuill) LL 205 b 6 . Husband of Cuimne: Cuimne mater filiorum meic Decuil, Thes. ii 281. 14 . See Deggell.

ded

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v in rodĕt, v. det.

Ded

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npr. m., v. Dedad.

déda

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n two things, v. déide.