deerccach

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Forms: dearcach, dércach

adj dearcach, dércach, o-ā (deercc).

I Of a benign or benevolent disposition, esp. towards the poor; charitable . caritatosus .i. dércach, Ir. Gl. 627 . is trócar ┐ is dearcach FA § 1 LU (of God). rí mór...trócar dearcach dílgidach LL 371 a 52 . ba dércach trócar intí Longínus PH 683 . dercach aigedchach Siluestar ó thúss a bethad, 282 . seanóir déṡearcach FM ii 1174. 5 . Trisyllabic: rí dímór díḟregra : dílgedach déercach, Laud 615, 122 ( ZCP viii 199. 14 ).—ADV. co dércach: co háilgen ┐ co d.¤ PH 5830 . —MOD. déirceach ( Donl. 160. 21 ; 204. 7 ) almsgiving, charitable Dinn. (in W.K. more usually déar- caṁail). Sc. id. Manx jeirkagh.

II Poor, beggarly, penurious . Dinn. Macd. Subst. m. a beggar Dinn. Macd. Manx jeirkagh id.

deercdae

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Forms: deṡercda

adj deṡercda, io-ia (deercc). Charitable . Trisyll.: Colum cáid caindelda: Cilli cain deṡercda, Rawl. 107 a 37 .

†dees

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ind dees imomain im chét croeb TBC 4956 (YBL), v.l. deisme néomain, &c. LL.

déess

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Forms: dees, déǽs, déss, deeid, déess, dees, déesse, deeis, dees, deas, dess

adj o & ā. dees, déǽs ( Mil 46 b 2 ). Mid.-Ir. déss o. Old abstr. of deeid, cf. Thurn. Handb. 163 . —Explained as diḟos .i. leisce H 4. 22, p. 49 .—n s. déess, Wb 25 b 9 . dees ZCP iii 450. 10(ca. A.D. 900). g s. déesse, Aug. Cr. 6 c 3 . a d s.

(a) stem in ā-: deeis (a s.), Mil 35 c 10 .

(b) stem in o-: airin déǽs, Mil 46 b 2 . d s. dees ZCP iii 450. 14 . deas, TTr. 2147 (LL) = des, TTr.² 1280 . dess, TTr.² 334 . —In Mid.-Ir. no trace is left of the ā-stem dat. For the interchange of o- and ā- inflexion cf. báes.

Idleness, inactivity, indolence; slothfulness, sluggishness . Translates Lat. desidia, Mil 35 c 10 : in desidiam laxarent, gl. isin deeis nephdénma caingníma; otium, ib. 46 b 2 . Joined to foigde: utmuille ┐ déess ┐ f., Wb 25 b 9 (cf. 25 c 19 ); to lescae: lescoi ┐ dees a fail dílmaine ZCP iii 450. 10 .—bith i síth ┐ cáinchomrac ┐ i ndess dogrés, TTr.² 334 . bith i ndes cen cathugud, ib. 1280 .—Synon. déaithe, q.v.—Obs.

deeth

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adj Mil 120 b 3 , v. déeid.

dé-ḟaebrach

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Forms: dá-ḟaobhrach, ḟaobhar

adj o-ā (dá + faebur). Two-edged, of swords and axes. tuairgnighe na tuagh ndaingen ndefaebrach (v.l. ndegfaebrach), CCath. 5865 . tuag déáebrach (sic) na láim, TTr.² 1857 . fidba defaebrach ina láim YBL 208 b 22 . Eg. 1782, 6 a . co claideb ṅd.¤ PH 4138 . pl. cloidbe deḟoebracha PH 1205 . go cclaidhmibh défaobhracha FM 2126. 5 f.b. — MOD. dá-ḟaobhrach, Coneys. O'R. Dinn. Macd. HSD (c.s.). There is no dáfaobhar two-edged , as Coneys supposed (dā ḟaobhar , Ps. cxlix 6 , g du).

Déḟátho

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gen. npr. See †Deaith, Degatha.

dé-ḟiaclach

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Forms: dá- ḟiaclach

adj o-ā. Having two teeth, bidental . MOD. dá- ḟiaclach having two prominent teeth, as a sheep two years old Coneys. Dinn. HSD. Macd.

de-ḟid, deid

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Forms: defid, deid, degfid, deid

n o,m. A sacred tree, wood . Identical with Swedish Tived, the name of a wood. Only nom. & gen. sg. defid, deid, are found. A cpd. of 2 día + fid, u, m. For the change of inflexion, cf. tomus (g s. generally tomais, Laws; tomais, Mil 20 a 21 ), cocath, fiss &c.— degfid Laws v 474. 7 . deid, i 182. 5 .—Synon. with fid nemid: epe cacha feada acht fid nemead nó degfidh, Laws l.c. ; ib. i 164. 4 . fid defid the sacred wood, as opp. to the fid comaithchesa and fid in dírainn. degfid. .i. fid defid, ib. v 476. 3 . i 134. 21 . aithgin feda defid, ib.—Situated close to a dún, Laws i 134. 21 .—COMPD. deidud (†deḟid- ḟid) = fid deḟid: cinmotha fid neimidh nó deidud, Laws i 164. 4 .

dé-ḟillte

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Forms: dá-ḟillte

adj io-ia. Two-fold, double . MOD. dá-ḟillte, Coneys. O'R. Dinn. HSD. Macd.