de(i)n

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Forms: deni, déine, deni, dein, dén

(see Wortk. 115 , KZ xlvi 151 ) adj., apparently indecl., and found only in verse (cf., however: cach duine dein dligthide, Laws iv 360.19 ). Possibly inflected in: daidhri Duib- lindi deni tuathaigi, BB 298a22 (g s f. or leg. déine?) and: secht nóem déae . . . deni mathi, Gorm. Apr. 16 (n p.). Sense uncertain. dein .i. glan, O'Dav. 598 (followed by O'Cl. dein .i. glan; dein clean, neat , O'Br.; dén pure, clean, neat , P. O'C.) is a mere guess, perh. suggested by the gl. deine .i. glaine, ZCP v 489 § 10 (B. na f.). Meaning seems rather firm, strong, powerful: a dúire den, SR 1391 . do Denna Den. .i. Denna dímór, LU 9835 ( PRIA xix 532 ). Cithramach den (: filed), Acall. 535 . cái cruaid den (dean, MS.: fochan), Four Songs § 2 . bearum-ne a cruth dean | tar gach finnsruth fial, Oss. v 16 . niambrat Néill im drummchlár nden, Ériu iv 96 . rosdedlaig degrann den (: ingen), Rawl. 72a33 . roidpart Dia cach ṅdúil dein, SR 1803 . sechtmoga mac la dís dein (: in- genaib), 1971 . gréni fri turcbail toebdein, 4434 . i n-ainbthine dein dermóir, 7614 . truagh deired in domain dein (: ind), Acall. 2677 . deich turba derb na ndrong nden, SR 773 . for drongaltaib den, Rawl. 165b22 . cét tengad dein, SR 955 . cona dlúmaib dlúthaib dein, 3367 . Cf. 2469 . Note also: do Dia dein (: aimsir), 1471 . mac Dé dein, KMMisc. 156.128 .

In chevilles: monar nden (: hécen), SR 1451 . monar ndein (: sein), 4643 . déde ṅdein, 7033 . lathar ṅdein, 5861 . delm ṅdein, 5329 . ruathar ndein, 4765 .

? As subst. den .i. dín nó daingen ut est . . . gorab den fri trachta[d] .i. gorab díon nó gorab daingen in trachta[d], O'Dav. 737 .

Compd.: ¤grád: glantogu deingráid buada, Ériu ii 64 .

? denache

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ind d.¤ dlomaid fiada tar cend alaile (of distress brought in late in the evening), Laws ii 124 Comm.

denacht

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x see denocht.

denachta

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adj vehement, violent: doeirigh go d.¤ disgir derglom- nochta amach, Ériu v 76.23 . ag gerán go d.¤ díbergoittech, 105.30 . See denocht.

denad, dénad ?

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n (? = dénam, Celtica ii 140 ) cocoon (?): (of a salamander) doni denadh ingantach na timchell amail doniad um an peist berus in sida Celtica ii 123.90 .

denait

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x see dinid.

denall

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ind = anall: trét dub fri ṡonnach adíu ┐ trét dub fri sonnach d.¤ on the far side of the fence, RC ix 480 .

dénam

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x see dénum.

denatán

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x see dinetán.

1 dend

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adj vehement (?): mairg théit co d.¤ fo thóir, LL 163 marg. sup. As subst. vehemence, force (?): bid fann a fineda, bid beg a d.¤ , Fen. 158.6 . Cf. Sc. G. St. i 208 .

2 dend

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x see denn.