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.

dedbol

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Forms: d., deidbliu, dedhbhle, dedbol, deidblén, deadhbhlaighim, deadhbh- laghadh

adj o-ā. Puny, slight, trifling, paltry . From †di- adbol. —dedbul .i. dereoil, O'Dav. 659 (quoting Fél. Oeng. Jan. 25 ). Stowe Gl. 337 (dedbal). ní dedbul .i. ní dereóil, Three Gl. 128 (ad Fél. l.c. ). dédhbhal .i. dearóil nó bocht, O'Cl. d.¤ poor, weak, small, diminutive P. O'C. wretched, woeful , Lhuyd, O'R.—Of a day : ní dedbul a llathe, Fél. Oeng. Jan. 25 . Of persons : drong airdirc Giurgi : ní dedbul fri fethim, ib. Ep. 266 . Of a number : fichi deich ní dedhbol bríg, Anecd. i 74 st 224 . gér bhó dedhbal an líon dorochrattar ann FM vi 2288. 14 . COMP. deidbliu C iv 3, 17 a 1. 25 . dedhbhle P. O'C. —dedbol o, m. = deidblén, m. : sciath forsa talla certchossair cethri ndrong ndechenbair ndedbol LU 88 b 39 ( BDD § 87 ).—Dedbol seems obs. already in early Mid.-Ir. The use in FM is archaic.— Hence deadhbhlaighim v I decrease, diminish , vn. deadhbh- laghadh P. O'C.

Dedchain

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Forms: Dedchain, dét- cháin

o,gen. npr. m. Son of Nia ; father of Cenn- ḟota ( Rawl. 128 a 16 ) ; grandfather of Cleithe, Coimre and Brandub. gen. m. Dedchain BB 219 f 44 . Possibly dét- cháin (`the m before dedchain is probably wrong, as so often, and d.¤ is an epithet of Cannḟota,' Meyer).

dedeng

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adj Macha...ingen Rúaid...gabais dar díne dedeṅg : ríge nHérenn ar écin LL 21 a 35 . Read dénṡeng with O'Clery's Leb. Gab. (Meyer).

dedga

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Forms: dedga, dedga, deadhgha, degha

n m. Centaury : sintabuiria (centaurea, leg.) .i. dedga , Arch. i 327 no. 77 (16th century). cricerium uel aqaticum .i. eascob ean .i. dedgha, ib. 333 no. 15 . an dedga .i. centaria , ib. 340 ( Crawf. MS 19 a ). de centaurea .i. in dedgha, 23 F 19 (R.I.A.), 109 a 9 . d s. do dedga , 23 P 10 (R.I.A.), 158 a 28 . deadhgha, id. O'R. ann. — Phonet. degha : Sc. deagha buidhe yellow centaury, chlora perfoliata Cam. Gael. Names of Plants. Macd. (figured ib.). O'R. Sc. deagha dearg red centaury Cam. l.c. Macd. (= ceud- bhileach, fig. ib. 189 ). deadhgha dearg centaurium minus vulgare, O'R. ann.—In Armstr. deagha (always preceded by the article, cf. an dedga above) is translated `banewort.'