degail

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Forms: degailt

n degailt = dedail, q.v.

†degail

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n a s. Protection : degail .i. dítin ut est acht rofollaigh tar cach besa cena imdegail, O'Dav. 675 . Cf. Atkinson Laws Gloss. s.v. dedlaid .—O'Dav. means to say that in imdegail the second part -degail seems synonymous with the -dítin of imditin.

dégain

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d s., vn. of do-éccai: ceann Í Chatháin ar chlachán Dúin dá degain (v.l. gá dhéachsain, 23 L 17 ), Misc. Celt. Soc. 164. 18 . See déccain and cf. degas.

degair

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adj frequent Mid.-Ir. spelling for dedgair, q.v.

degan

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Forms: dedan, deaan

n dedan, deaan, m. (? a late spelling of deán) A tutor, teacher, instructor (of a `mál' or `file'). Glossed by oide: deagan (.i. oide) do gach mál (.i. do gach filid) ar fios (.i. gart .i. einech) ZCP v 485 § 4 . Glossed by ollam: is deadhan hé dánus dúisi .i. is ollam é thidnaices maithiusa, ib. 489 § 13 .—

degas

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v is ann tic a chiall dó intan d.¤ a bás BB 309 b 18 ; = décas, v. do-écai.

Degatha

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Forms: Deagatha

g s. npr. m. Brath mac Deagatha , Ir. Nen. 236. 3 . For Déḟátha, v. †Deaith and 2 deg-.

†degarimoind

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ind asa d.¤ ima cosaib .i. asaite imthecht a tribuis ┐ a cuaráin ime, O'Dav. 1068 . Transl. wrong; read perhaps: assu-de carimoin di mac-cossaib, or: assa degcairemon ima c. shoes of a good shoemaker on her feet.

Degada

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gen. npr. m. Father of Caimer. Caimer ingen D.¤ cétmuinter na hIndeda BB 224 d 33 .—Corrupt, cf. LB 20 a 27 : Coemer de hUib Dega.

degchelt

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n raiment , v. 2 deg- and deichelt.

Degchairdil

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i, npr. m. Son of Brocán , Anecd. i 42. 20 . Cf. 1 dag.