dedairne

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n ia, f. derivative of prec. Strenuousness, stubbornness : imruth na narm ┐ deduirne na ndeglaech ┐ dúri na debtha, TTr. 1515 .

Dedali

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Ualentis, gen. npr. m. LL 356 c 8 . Daedalus Valens.

Dedalchu

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npr. m. Son of Findrus mac Náir and brother of Dima Díbech, Ochda, Declan Airde Móire and Conall. nom. BB 68 b 12 . gen. Carthand mac Dedhalchu, ib. 68 b 9 .

dedaltach

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Forms: deadhaltach, deadhaltacht

adj o-ā : deadhaltach separable, that separates or parts P. O'C. deadhaltacht separation, divorcement .

Dedamrach

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g s. npr. m.: Mac Sithbuilg meic Dea- damrac meic Deirgthened, BB 202 a 11 = Daigmanrach, q.v.

1 dedan

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n dá láa cacha sechtmaine díb for uisciu ┐ bargin dedan cach mís, R.I.A. 3 B 23, 23 a 24 . Probably a fast of two days ; cf. tredan.

2 dedan

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n a tutor, a teacher ; v. degan.

dedarn-tuae

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n , f. A strict or stubborn silence : a similitudine iudicum qui quod impossibile factu est... interpellati plerumque taciturnitate significant, gl. hón dedárntui .i. incoissegar tria coitsecht á tréde remeperthe, Mil 48 a 11 .—Wrongly Thurneysen Handb. p. 30 .

dé-dathaigthe

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Forms: dédathaigthe

adj io-ia. Two - coloured : discolor, gl. dédathaigthe, Sg 65 a 14 .—Cf. dathaigthe, comdathaigthe.

dedbaigi

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n BB 446 a 19 , v. dét-bach.

dedbir

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adj v. deithbir.