deiscipul

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Forms: disgibul

n o,m. (Lat. discipulus) disciple (in religious sense), pupil: disgibul discipulus, Ir. Gl. 438 . deiscibul .i. dalta, Stowe Gl. 305 . descipul apstal `a disciple of apostles', Wb. 18d1 . Filétus a ainm in descipuil sin, PH 2177 . tri coicait descipul la Manchan, LL 373d54 . a descibail dá ditin (of Cú Chulainn), TBC 3836 . ar sluag na n-uag ṅdeiscipol, SR 7814 . co ṅdesciplaib Íssu, Fél. Ep. 246 . dáig na berat mo desciplu leo, PH 2201 . trisna huile disciplu, ZCP ii 321.16 . v p. a uile naoimhdheisgiobla an tighearna, Parrth. Anma 297 . As technical term: the second or third lowest in rank of the grades in a monastic school or school of canon law, or of the secht ngrád ecnai: cóictach, descipul, foglaintid, starige . . . forcet- laid, ZCP v 499 . caecdach ┐ foglaindtig ┐ deiscibail ┐ staraige ┐ forcedlaid, Laws v 102.19 Comm. desgibal .i. fear ag a mbí fochoire uile .i. da leabhar déag na fochoireach, Ms. Mat. 494 . Note also: onórachuss in uachtaráin atá ag guibernóracht uassin egluiss co n-a dhescipal of the superior and of his assistant, Fl. Earls 180 .

deiscréidech

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x etc. see discréit, etc.

deiscribide

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x see discréite.

deise

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n ,f. (dess) suit of armour or clothes, apparel (usually of festive attire): da fechair mhe ag dul um deisi going into mine armour, Fier. 27 . deisi ridire, Ériu v 194 , 558 . do chuir deisi aenaigh ┐ oirechtais uimpi, St. Ercuil 2076 . Used of complete battle equipment: thug Cian a dh.¤ féin, idir each ┐ éadach ┐ bhrataigh, Ériu i 95 § 49 . do d[h]éisi chuirp 'decency of the body' Ériu xv 68 § 2 . deise Dinn .

Déisech

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Forms: Deisich

adj pn (Déisi) belonging to the Déisi: Domnall Deisech, AU 1060 . gen. Domnaill Deisich , ib. Tighearna na nDéiseach, TSh. 5450 .

deisechad

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x see dessigid.

deisecht

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n (dess): cuir dhíot do dheiseacht úait ` ornaments ', Ex. xxxiii 5 .

deisen

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n right hand : for dessin a rígathar 'on the right hand of his royal father' Blathm. 548 . suid, a Chríst, dom deisenaib 'sit thou, Christ, at my right hand' 756 . Compd.: for Dé athar desinriuth 'on the right-hand side of God, the Father' 752 .

Déisi

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Forms: Déisi, Déissi, Desi, nDéise, nDesib

pl. of déis as pn , lit. `the vassal or rent-paying tribes'; applied to the tribe or tribes, whose original home was Deece in Meath, and who afterwards migrated to Munster. See MacNeill, Pop. Groups 66 . coica toirgi laisna Déisi, Ériu iii 141.215 . a cuich fichet nach tairthatar (viz. raind) ┐ is dona toirgib [sin] is ainm Déisi, 217 . ni hainm doib-side (viz. Dál Fíachach) Déisi, 218 . n p. in Déisi oc Declan co bráth, Thes. ii 297 . Déissi, Cóir Anm. 169 , 170 ; Trip. 343 n. na Dési, TFrag. 168 . na Desi tess ┐ tuaid, Lec. 459c6 . a p. na Desi deisciurt, Cog. 24 . g p. Patric na nDéise , Thes. ii 297 . ri na nDeisi, Cáin Ad. 17 . na nDési, 18 . inna nDéissiu, 28 . ár na nDése, CS 940 . d p. i nDesib , Fél. p. 56 . isna Desibh Breagh, Hy Fiachr. 24 . lasna Deisib Breg, Lec. 449c2 . forsna Déisibh, FM 265 .

deisigid

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x see dessigid.

déisius

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n (déis) vassalage Éigse xx 5 n. 7 . ` vassal tribute ' (MacNeill): itt e fil fo deisis (chis, Rawl.) ┐ dligud ┐ bodagas dona flathaib, Ériu iii 141. 217 .