deinmne

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n ,f. (di + ainmne). IGT Decl. § 3 . impatience, eager- ness, haste: d.¤ im biad, ZCP vi 261 . immradud ina mbíad i n-ámsir áine, ┐ d.¤ impu, PH 8387 . ní thíscad a drucht do rind ind ḟéoir ar denmni ind aicnid, FB § 88 . ba d.¤ mor la Cesair, CCath. 3293 . fogheibhtis ech ele . . . ┐ teighedh fuirre gu luas ┐ denmne, Marco P. 96 .

deinmnech

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adj o, ā. (deinmne) impatient, vehement: drecain . . . deinmnecha (no deinmecha), BNnÉ 99 § 10 .

deinmnetach

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Forms: deinmmnetach, Denmnetach

adj o, ā. (deinmnit). In late MSS. frequently dein- mnedhach. impatient, hasty: is deinmnitach in raet in gaeidel, Acall. 4481 . deinmmnetach, LB 64b17 = indignati, Lat. Lives 72 . facsat an indisi co dian dremun denmnitach, RC ix 472 . dobhúail an Ceolan go dían dísgir deinmnedhach, Ériu v 100.24 . ro lásat sccéla go deinmnedhach do ṡaighidh Uí Domhnaill they sent the news speedily, FM vi 2128 . masa denmnedach letsa sin ní lugha asedh linne if thou art im- patient, ITS v 150 . As subst.: cuitbide cach denmnetach, Tec. Corm. 15 . teinmnedach na damraide ` puffing ', SG 380.10 . As n.pr. Denmnetach, LL 327h12 . mac Deinmnetaig, 327h2 . meic Deinmedaig, Rawl. 145f52 .

deinmnetche

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n ,f. (deinmnetach) impatience, haste: ro dianaigh- eatar ar dreman-denmnetche (sic leg.), TBC 5627 .

deinmnide

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x = deinmnetach (?): in dá fher dhéc deinmnidi, SG 69.1 .

deinmnit

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n = deinmne: trí maic beres neóit do deinmnait ` impatience ', Triads 144 .

? deinne

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ind sluindfe dún diupa d.¤ | do chungid leinne glaisse, LL 193b35 .

de-intamladar

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v (de + in-samlathar) dissembles , a literal transla- tion of Lat. non dissimulat .i. ni de intamladarsom, Ml. 27d12 . non dissimulabit .i. ni deintamlafa, 69d8 .

deintiur

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Forms: deinntiubhar

n (Engl. loan-word) indenture: do fágbas d.¤ agadsa a anaim anóraig mérus duit tre bithu sír a láim in tsagairt .i. m'fuil ┐ m'feoil, 3 B 22, 37 b4. deinntiubhar, Ir. Hist. Stud. iii 289.18 .

deiprecóit, diprocóit

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n f. (Lat. deprecatio)

(a) earnest prayer or entreaty (with FRI, DO, CO): dorighne depraccoit ndicra ndedhghair fri Dia, Lism. L. 2699 . fer co ndepracoitibh dichraibh don Dia, 4495 . depracáit fri Dia, ZCP iii 22.17 . dognitis díbrocóit móir chucai, PH 4056 . ag dibrigoit ┐ ag atach mor, Aen. 147 . dibercoid, BNnÉ 318 § 9 . dibergóid, 327 § 51 .

(b) lamentation, distress: oc cói ┐ oc deprecoit arna hainimib bít a n-iffernd weeping and lamenting, PH 6388 . nir ba coir duit dogra na diprocoit fort, ZCP iv 384 . ná bíodh dibergoit nó imsníomh oraip be not troubled or anxious, Fl. Earls 12 . díbergóit dhoimenman tribulation of spirit, 156 .

deiprecóitech

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adj o, ā. (deiprecóit) prayerful: diprocoitech amal Enoc, Lism. L. 2740 . distressed: ag gerán go denachta díbergoittech, Ériu v 105.30 . go comhthuirsech díbergóidech, Fl. Earls 134.20 .