deicimm

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ind hi quart decimm Kalaind Mái on the 14th day before the Kalends of May, PH 1399 . A rendering of quartus decimus .

Deicreait

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n.pr. m. gen. meic D.¤ , Lec. 427b18 .

deicredech

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ind hic decretista .i. decredech, Ir. Gl. 12 .

déicsenach

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Forms: décsanach, dexinech, Decsenach, Décsenaig

(déicsiu). Also décsanach. One who looks, gazes (adj. and subst.): dercaid nad descenach with gloss .i. nomdectharsa ó chách . . . ┐ ní decaimse nech, LU 10255 = dexinech, ZCP iii 234 . ba décsenach (decsanach, v.l.) renda I was a gazer at stars, Tec. Corm. 16 . As n.pr. m. Decsenach, LL 322d34 . Gen. Décsenaig, 318a43 .

déicsiu

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Forms: déiscin, décsain, déscain, déccain, déchain, dégain, déchsain, déschain, déicsiu, deicsiu, degsi, dechsain, Déicsen, deicsin, descena

n,f. vn. of do-éccai. In Mid. Ir. usually déiscin (déscin), décsain, déscain, interchanging with déccain, déchain, dégain, déchsain (déschain), q.v. n s. déicsiu, Wb. 25a29 . deicsiu, LL 343a24 ( Tec. Corm. 2 , degsi, dechsain, v.l.). g s. Déicsen, Triads 43 . deicsin as n s., Ml. 56d15 . n p. descena, Auraic. 1922 .

Act of looking, gazing (opp. to aicsiu seeing); viewing, search- ing, inspecting: soiset braine an curaig . . . do deiscin an neich adchondcatar, RC x 80 . bói oc décsain in lacha co bfaca oilén uad immach, SG 53.30 . do dēcsain ┐ do frecomet in maigi, TBC² 3105 . ata nech dubar ndeicsin gl. est qui inspiciat, Ml. 82a7 . ní foílsitis deícsin a gnúsa, Wb. 15a20 . tair lim do deiscin mo sét, SR 3197 . as dégsi nimhe gan gréin, | fairgsi muighe Néill gan Niall, FM ii 594 . ac déscid (sic) in láich sin, TBC 5392 . With FOR: tíagam . . . do dēiscin ūainn for fertais Locha Echtra, TBC² 602 . sochaidhi dib dia mba descin dedenach a ndescin for in Roim andsin who looked for the last time on Rome then, CCath. 800 . do midem ┐ do mórdescain dam bar in slúag sin, CRR § 26 . Cf. ro-gab ac . . . mor-descin in tṡloig, ibid. Note also: dech do ríg . . . déicsiu cach thrúaig looking after , Tec. Corm. 2 . secht n-acenta ┐ secht ndescena seven aspects, Auraic. 1922 .

déid

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x see dead, déeid, dé-ḟid.

Déid

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x see Déeid.

deidbir

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x see 1 deithbir.

1 deidble

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n ,f. (dedbol) diminutive: uibne .i. nomen do lestor bic . . . ar cech deidbli fil i mbérlae is -ān nō -ēne dofuarusscuib, Corm. Y 1301 .

2 deidble

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x see dedbol.

deidblén

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Forms: deidbleán, dedblén, de(i)blén, déiblen, dedblēin, deidbleoin, debléna, deibhlén

n o,m. (dedbol). deidbleán, Wb. 24d11 . dedblén (: merblén), Fél. Jan. 24 . In Mid. Ir. usually de(i)blén. déiblen, PH 7485 . g s. dedblēin, Otia ii 96 = deidbleoin, LB 74b54 . n p. debléna, LB 155a63 . deibhlén, IGT Decl. § 35 .

Weakling, orphan, pauper; object of pity: dogní deidbleán di oc munud á dalti gl. parvulus, Wb. 24d11 . na troig ┐ na deblena na marbtís na crechaire for a ṅdereoile, LB 155b6 . is e nodhitnedh na deibhlena ┐ na feadhbhu truaga, Lism. L. 4888 . an tí ba ferr do chenn deóraidh ┐ deibhlén, FM v 1336 . a druim re dīmsachaib, a des fri deiblēnaib, ZCP viii 204 . deibhléan doim dearóil gan díon-athair, TSh. 6620 . cluinte diūcaire in bhochtāin ┐ in dedblēin derōil trūaigh si, Otia ii 96 . dedblén de thúaith Íssu, Fél. Ep. 396 . In phrase deidbléna Dé God's poor: da tucaind a fhuigind don tshaegul do déiblénu De, PH 7485 . bochta is deibléna dé dhil, SG 28. 9 .

Of animals: fá gnáth les dá theine do dhéanamh . . . ┐ deibhléan da gach cinéal spréidhe . . . do thiomáin idir an dá theinidh, Keat. ii 3828 .