deiligthe

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adj io, iā, part. of deiligidir: co mbad deligthi o Dia separated , PH 6593 . beith dealuighthe ré buaidhreadh . . . an tsaoghail, TSh. 8568 . márfessiur deligthe distinguished , Im. Brain 56.20 . sluag dian deligthe, LL 276a10 . ocdam deligthi dergóir, SR 4112 .

deiligthech

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adj o, ā (deiliugad) distinguishing, discriminating: for fir dligteach no deligteach na scribtuiri, Laws v 10.17 Comm. distinct: co d.¤ , TTebe 207 . atgeoin cruth Petair . . . ┐ Póil co deiligteach, Fél. 46.33 .

deiliugad

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Forms: deligud, delugud, delachad, deligthi, dealuighthe, delighthi, dealachadh, deilechadh

u, m. vn. of deiligidir. In old and early mid. Ir. deligud, later delugud etc., delachad, SG 262 , also delochan, q.v. g s. deligthi, TBC 1140 . dealuighthe, TSh. 4285 . n p. delighthi, O'Dav. 717 . dealachadh deilechadh, IGT Verbs § 106 .

(a) act of separating, parting: deligud a longphuirt ra ríg Herenn, RC xiii 76 § 79 . ac dealugud an oir ┐ an mianaigh, Maund. 138 . suis finibus separantur .i. tri deligud inna crích honaib suanemnaib, Ml. 37d11 . delugud cuirp ┐ anma ó chéile, RC xxviii 320 . deiliucchadh a neoch friú that their horses had been taken from them, FM vi 2206.20 . di-a deliugad ó demnaib, PH 7169 . ac delachad riot . . . is ret fiannaib, SG 262.3 . a chéile comraic do dhelugud leis, 267.1 . ? Blacair do dhelchud Atha Cliath quitted , AU i 464.15 . auctair in deilighthi ┐ inn impoid the authors of the sedition and the revolt, CCath. 3260 . ni nó deilighthi ata ann . . . acht nó ar ocus it is not the disjunctive but the conjunctive `or', O'C. 1445 ( H. 3.18 645a ). a cranngal sa cloch aolta . . . dealughadh ga nuaim ni bhḟuil, Ériu v 60 . leitir dhealaighthe letter of divorce , Mark x 4 . delughadh da conaire the parting of two ways, Aen. 1392 .

(b) act of distinguishing, distinction, difference: deliugad itir maith ┐ olcc, YBL 166b48 . distinctio .i. dlegud (leg. deligud), Ml. 128d9 . fobíth do deligthi ruind, TBC 1140 . cen nach ndeligud, Ml. 69a23 . cindus conniciub a ṅdeliugud? PH 1553 . ní búi decair na deliugud etarru ┐ crainn na caille, CCath. 1912 .

Note also: deligud -.i. siniugud .i. etarscarad .i. deiliugud ind réta fria araill amail rondeiligthe sinethæ dianat anmanna dela, Corm. Y 431 . See dela, sainigud.

deillig, deillset

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x see laigid.

deilm

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Forms: delm, ndeilm, delm, delmae, delma, delmo, dealman, deilm, delmaim, delm, drithdelm, delmann

n orig. n, n. n s. also delm, LL 356b44 , 36b32 , SR 31 , et pass. (: sern, SR 5029 , but also deilm, 2811 , 3671 , 4983 , etc.), Ériu iv 136.3 (deilm, v.l.), BB 400b19 , SG 253.28 . n s. (with art.) a ndeilm , IT i 67.11 . Later somet. treated as m. or f., SR 5123 , LL 43b41 , 143b29 , delm chert, SR 31 (but d.¤ cert, 1533 ). g s. in delmae , FB 85 , Fél. Apr. 7 ; delma, LL 29b42 , 126a40 , BB 396a16 , Ériu ii 100 § 6 , §7 , 192 § 1 , SG 253.27 ; na delmo , Ériu ii 192 § 1 (v.l.); an dealman , ib. d s. deilm, LL 5b15 ; delmaim, Fél. Prol. 154 , Ep. 127 (-aimm), ZCP iii 22.9 , O'Dav. 641 (-uim). a s. delm, SR 1767 , drithdelm (: iffern), BB 279b4 . a p. inna delmann , Ériu ii 128 § 95 .

I Loud, confused or rumbling noise or din: d.¤ .i. torann, Lec. Gl. 63 .i. . . . foghar no torann, O'Cl. .i. foghur no grith no gair, O'Dav. 641 .

(a) Of thunder, sea, storms, conflict: dochuaid torrainn-breisim isinn aer . . . asbert L. oc cloistecht in delma . . ., SG 253 . a nd.¤ isnaib neluib amal fhogur torainn, Ériu ii 100 . co cúala . . . amal bid fótrond fairrci dimóre. Ni fordámair . . . cen techt do descin in delmæ móir rochuala, FB § 85 . cen d.¤ cen toraind, FA § 35 . dothaet athach gaethe móre . . . conostarat uile i socht mór mét in delma, LL 126a40 . d.¤ in gaeth, 254a10 . do delmaim in mōrchetha, ZCP iii 22. 9 . ria nd.¤ ṅdílend, LL 5b15 (cf. tan tanic diliu, delm n-uag, SR 2265 and LL 6b35 ). d.¤ catha, Fél. June 29 . inna delmann ticfet in mbith la uath mbratha, Ériu ii 128 .

(b) Less freq. of men or animals: ní bec a nd.¤ dogniat ind eoin, IT iii 244 . co ndelmaim a ṅgretha, Fél. Prol. 154 . ró grecha in lenab ina broind . . . `cid diatá a nd.¤ sea', IT i 67 . mo chur fo chrithdelm chaire | i nIffern to doom me to wail and tremble, SR 1767 .

(c) Of noise made in the intestines, crepitus ventris, fart: ní cumaing ben a fegad cen maidm a delma esti, Todd Nenn. 202.1 = Fél.² cxlv (cf. verse ib.: matchí cech ben, báigid braigid). ata ben is'tir . . . maidid essi a d.¤ amal cloich a tailm, ACC Bodl., RC xx 158 .

II Report, tidings, rumour, fame: mór mairg mor d.¤ ṅdio- laiṅg, LU 537 (ACC); hence: easbaidh choluim . . . ac sin an d.¤ díḟulaing, BCC § 364 = an d.¤ dhiofhulaing, O'Cl. s.v. is d.¤ a eolus la hErinn huili his knowledge is noised abroad throughout all Ireland, RC iii 345 . ? na daerclanna gan delm n-oll, BB 279b4 . ca d.¤ is deacra inār nd.¤? (.i. ca sgēl . . . ?), ZCP v 488 (B. na f.). Cf. also: assu leiss cech d.¤ dub dall | indá teidm do threnḟulang any dark mysterious rumour (i.e. disaster) seemed to him easier to bear (?), LL 143b29 .

III The follg. cases are doubtful: cach nd.¤ de cen iasacht, Críth Gabl. 179 (see notes). delm cuinnealg tuatha, Laws ii 102 (= d.¤ conualai tuaith, 122 ), possibly a case of II.

Deilmenn

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Forms: Delmend

n.pr. gen. meic Delmend . BB 139a33 .

? deilmidach

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ind adj d.¤ .i. imnidach, O'C. 965 ( H. 3.18 415 ).

deiltre

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n `d.¤' dee draoidheachta án, | d'aos uidheachta 'na sechrán gods of wizardry for travellers astray, Met. Gl. 28 § 39 . deilltre .i. dee dráoidheachda, O'Cl. is and iarom doluid meic Milead hi tír cona bad deorti in delltre, Lec. 366a17 . acht nis leig in d.¤ .i. in dé draideachta i tír, 366a14 .

1 deim

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adj (see Loth, RC xlv 187 ). dark: demh i. dorcha, P. O'C. As subst. darkness: ra imthig reme ra d.¤ (dem, v.l.) na haidche, RC xiii 88 § 106 . Cf. deime, teim.

2 deim

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n taking away, lessening (?): déimh . . . díoghbhail sin, Met. Gl. 31 . Possibly intended as explanation of dem- neuter, derived fr. Lat. demo `I take away', Auraic. 582 , or fr. deim similarly glossed in ACC 105 . ? To this: cis lir insci do-chuisin? … a tri .i. ferinsce ┐ baninsce ┐ deminsce lasin nGoídel 'how many genders are there? … three, namely 'man gender', 'woman gender' and 'non-gender', according to the Irishman' Early Irish Linguist 49 (3,1) . fedair dano baninsce for deminsci 'a feminine, then, is applied to a neuter' ibid. (3,11) . See 2 deime.

1 deime

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n , f. (1 deim) darkness, dark (esp. of night): deme .i. teme . . . demi didiu fordorcha n-oidhchi, Corm. Y 437 . deimhe .i. dorchadas oidhche, O'Cl. mithig tene is'teg n-oeged | tanic deme i treb tóiden, RC xx 140 . co rānic Emain Macha fo demi ind aidchi sein, LU 10470 . dál fo d.¤ `a darkling tryst' (chev.), Met. Dinds. iii 128 . nír bu dál deis fo demi, 70.48 . cid mór mo dām fo deme, Otia i 127 .