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 .

deidblénach

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adj o, ā. (deidblén) weak : lind dedblenach drolmhanach, IT iii 89 § 115 ; 'weak ale on the handles of a vat' EIS 161 § 67 .

deidblénán

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n o, m. (deidblén): innan deidblenán gl. pupil- lorum, Ml. 127b3 .

déide

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Forms: déda

adj io,iā. Later also déda (through influence of óenda, cetharda).

I Adj. double, consisting of two: it deidi gl. bini, Bcr. 32d1 . cuin is aenda in beithi . . . cuin as deda . . . cuin as treda, Auraic. 424 . ind árim déda, PH 4428 .

II Subst. io, n.

(a) two things, pair of things: déidhe .i. dá ní, O'Cl. co mbed a ndede sin im labradsa .i. gáu ┐ fír, Wb. 14c23 . dualis .i. áram inchosaig dede, Sg. 28b13 . fer congeb dede no trede, Laws v 104.17 .i. da dan examla, 18 Comm. ferr déda ho óin better two things than one, Aisl. MC 49 . in déda-sin . . . .i. a chredo ┐ a phater, PH 4180 . rorannadh Eiriu i ndedha in two, RC xviii 377 (Tig.).

(b) pair of persons: dede ṁbaccoen ṁbraiglide | a da maccaem ingine, LL 28a38 . Eocho ┐ Aeblend . . . nirb uathud don dedu dil, 152b43 ( Met. Dinds. iv 64.81 ). 'n-a déda ro-thog Ísu a apstalu two and two, by twos, PH 4429 . 'n-a dédaib rofhoid uad, 4430 . dede ailes he, a aite ┐ a muime, Laws ii 348.4 Comm.

(c) Of animals, etc.: eoin Bale . . . a dó díb . . . in deda aile, LL 166a24 ( Dinds. 117 ). nach mil conbeiris dedi . . . .i. da uan twins , Laws i 146.13 Comm.

deidel

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Forms: dedhel, dedeil

n o,[m.] calf: dedel .i. laogh bó, Corm. Y 487 . dedhel, O'Cl. dedeil, H. 3.18, 634a . dedil .i. cen fedil . . . dedil cen cuimrech, O'Mulc. 298 . gech deidhil a deirbh[ḟ]ine, ZCP xx 196.26 .

déiden-

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pref in compds. last: ¤bág: coro ndedaig dedenbag till the last contest crushed him, Rawl. 85a40 . ? ¤baith death: tan do anic an dedenbaidh, FM i 472.13 . ¤bráth: in tan doraga do mess . . . i ndédenbráth (sic leg.) the last Judgment, PH 5012 . ¤dál: is duä́igh ar ndedhendál our last tryst, Fianaig. 10 . Transf. death: ciarb'focus a dédendal, SR 7374 . Cf. isin deidhendáil thennta i tecomnaccair a mbiodhbhadha aca strait, difficulty , FM vi 2280.17 . ¤guin: dia ndéntar dédenguin duini, Críth Gabl. 360 ` recent homicide ', p. 48 . ¤ last king: dedenrí na nAsarda, LL 144a22 . ¤ṡillab: inna dédensillabe of the final syllable , Sg. 14a9 .

déidenach, dídenach

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adj o, ā. (déiden-, díden) see Thurn. Gramm. §§ 106 , 206 , ZCP xi 310 .

(a) last, final (in time or succession): isa ndedenach gl. in posterum, Ml. 132a3 . isin tsenmim dedenach gl. in novissima tuba, Wb. 13d18 . in dēdenac[h] gl. postremum, Corm. Y 32 . isind epistil tóisich . . . isin dedenich, Wb. 14d1 . a llaithe ṅdedenach diud noichtich, Bcr. 18d1 . ónd rainn dídenig, Thes. ii 230.20 (PCr.). inna rainne dídencha, 22 . ara ndédenach `final' (letter), Sg. 188a17 ; 158b1 . o gein tuissech E. . . . cosa ngein ndedenach, IT i 131.10 . ón chetna duini . . . cosṅde- dinach, SR 7892 . in cétlá . . . in la dédenach, TE § 13 Eg. cetna trian . . . in trian tanaise . . . in trian dedenach, TBC 872 . Mugron . . . dorigne . . . na da rann dedencha the last two, Thes. ii 305.42 . arna tri captelaib dedenchaib, Lib. Hymn. 5.10 . isan dara bliadain deigenaich do ḟlaithius M. the second last year, Lec. 574b18 . bud é mo ḟecht dedenach co brunni ṁbrátha, TBC 1208 . isin cháisc dedenaig (= in nouissimo paschate), PH 5012 . sgela . . . an laí díregra deighenaigh Doomsday , KMMisc. 316 . fri diaid in domain dedenaig at the end of the world, RC xxvi 38 . cona beth . . . faindi irsi oc na dóinib dédinchaib in people of later times, Todd Lect. vi 19 . gé atái isin aimsir déidenaig though thou art near the end of life, SG 37 . doba duine cráibhtheach an M. se san aimsir dhéidheanaigh, Keat. iii 4506 . i ré déidenach do bethad, SG 353 . go cuan a chríche déidheanaighe (i.e. death), TSh. 737 . intan rosiacht cusna dála dédenchu do, PH 6602 . na dá neirrech ndedenach the two last-mentioned (of three things), Laws iv 336 . Absol. is denam for tuisech an deidenach, i 172. 32 Comm. Esp. in pl. in adv. phrases: fri degenca in extremis, Mon. Tall. § 56 . issed derigne D. fria dedencha in his last days, Hib. Min. 277 ; cf. Wb. 30d12 : comrama ┐ baga Poil frisna dédencha towards the end. lasna dédhenachu (dégh-, dedenchu, deidhincha, v.l.) dorónsat gialladh do Césair at last , CCath. 2546 . o thanic tra cusna dedenchu do P., IT i 21.29 . ó rosiacht cusna dédenchu do when his end was approaching, LB 143a36 . ar techt gusna degenachaib do F., RC xii 336 . fuaratar a nathair isna déidhenchoibh iar ndenamh a thiomna in his last moments, FM vi 2234 . Note also: deighenach a bethad, BNnÉ 265 .

Adv. co d.¤ : robúi aréir co déidhenach sunn he was here late last night, Buile S. § 28 . an aithne si ┐ an aithne air ar labhradh go d.¤ , Donl. 142 . a Dhia óir do éistis me . . . cid ed éist anos co dedenach me now on this last occasion, 3 B 22, 112a5 .

(b) last up to the present (of that which is just past or still continuing), recent: tuigsi . . . na bpriomhughdar do bhí ionar nduthaigh san aimsir dheigheanuigh, RC iv 351 , 354.3 . o thús betha . . . cosin namsir ṅdedenaig down to our own times, Trip. 530 ( LL 130b23 ). do dhainib na haimsiri deigin- cha seo, Aen. 3182 . nocha ro chin d'Ereannchaibh . . . isna reibh déidhenchaib righlách fo Domhnall, FM 911 (ii 582) . Absol. ní thainicc do ghallaibh i nErinn is na deidhenchoibh nech ba ferr inás, FM vi 2002 ; v 1276 . in aonmaidhm dia ro figheadh isna deidenchaibh inn inis Eremhoin, Hugh Roe 318 . Adv. dobhí ag teagasg go deigheanach lately , RC iv 354 . Serlus do dhenamh ridiri co dedhinach dhinn, Fier. 80 .

Compar. dedenchu tanic co Crist quam predictus he came later to Christ, Lib. Hymn. i 20 .

déiden(a)cha(cht)

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n (déidenach) lateness, etc. , IGT Abstr. Nouns § 77 .

déidenus

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n [u, m.] (dé + denus) space of two days: co n-id iar ndedenus innoissi bias in cháisc, PH 5066 .