dedóltae

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n io-iā. Belonging to the morning dawn : in remdedólte, gl. antelucanus, Sg 36 a 4 . remdedoldae .i. rematindae, gl. antelucanus, Mil 21 c 9 . Deriv. of dedól.

Dedornn

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o,npr. m. Father of Fiac and son of Cairpre Damairgit : meic Deduirnn BB 216 d 37 (m. Dega Duirn, Rawl. 141 a 25 ).—dosfarraid Dedornd dualach ZCP iii 44 st 23 .

Dedruada

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gen. npr. m.: Beg mac D.¤ meic Gnai BB 216 a 44 ; i.e. Bec mac Dé Druad ( LL 347 c 48 , 55 ), v. 1 Dea, †Deáith.

dé-duillech

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Forms: dá- dhuilleach

adj o-ā. Having two leaves ; mod. dá- dhuilleach bifoliate , HSD (c.s.). O'R.

déduinn

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Forms: †dédonn

gen. adj., epithet of the world: mu chin bhias ina dhírim: lir lebinn domuin dedhuinn: fir Éirenn tar ler lilit: co Brighit is co Brenuinn, Lism. L. 3476 . n s. †dédonn.

Deduis

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Forms: Dedos

gen. npr. m. Hiburni mac Deduis daill LL 195 a 45 = BB 368 a 7 . n s. †Dedos.

1 dee

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n a day , v. 1 dia.

2 dee

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n a pagan deity , v. 2 día.

3 dee

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n .i. screpul a scruple H 3. 18, 69 a , 634 c . O'Mulc. 336 .

déé

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n .i. minna ut est. fir dia ndeib dila .i. dian dila deé fo deib fo minna, O'Dav. 699 . Probably = 2 dee.

Dee

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g s. npr. m., v. Déa, .