dendgor

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n o (3 dend) dust (esp. the dust of roads or of ashes): arna salcad dendgur in mórslúaig hisi, TBC² 153 (gl. in LU). d.¤ in dirma, 246 . dendgar na conaire, TBC 5057 St. = luath- red na conar, LL. na roissed smal na d.¤ na detach na teined iat, Acall. 5547 . is sí a min ┐ a ndengor ata fo na fertaibh úd, 5587 v.l. co nderna luaithreadh ┐ denngur dona maghraenaib, CCath. 3142 . imaltar in dendgair, 3144 . deannghar duibh- dhrithleach burning ashes, TSh. 6675 . dirt, stench: con se- phaind a channebor ass . . . combo thruallnethe aér na cethararda dia dendgur, LU 6075 .

dendgorda

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adj io,iā (dendgor) dusty: ro scuap in gaeth dib inn dobarnellgail ndendgurda, CCath. 3187 .

déndiliu

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x see 1 dían compds.

? deneraile

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ind in lus danad anim danadai d.¤ .i. lus na pinginde marsh pennywort, 24 B 3, 88.22 .

Dengus

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n.pr. u, m. g s. Dengusa, Rawl. 90e11 .

dénid

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v (? Lat. dignare 'to deign, to deem worthy', Ériu xxvi 95 ) chooses : dénis lecca 'he chose stone slabs' Ériu xxvi 84 § 16 . ? is-pert Ēirimón frie erna tēissiuth ┐ di-gell-sidi aurd pad caīmum no peth hi n(d)Ēre no dēn(i)uth dūn doip adn 'É. said to her that she should not go and promised the hill which was most beautiful in Ireland, that she should choose a fort for them there' Celtica v 187 , Ériu xxvi 95 (cf. doberedh dí cach tulach toghadh in Eirinn RC xv 278 § 2 (Dinds.)) . ? bríg na dénur, LL i 4906 .

denim

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x see díainim.

denma

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n (dénma: némna, Met. Dinds. iii. 262 perh. metri gratia) , f. (díainme) spotlessness, purity, chastity: airchindech do airnngair a bith-d.¤ who promises perpetual purity, Laws v 118 . a bithd.¤ .i. a bithglaine .i. dul a n-ailithre, no tairngaire bachla, 124.3 . Hence, d.¤ .i. glan ut est a bith- dénmha, O'Dav. 757 . os hé cona lánamnas chóir, ┐ denmai i n-aínib, Críth Gabl. 144 . nech bís hi lanamnas dligith . . . d.¤ hi (sic leg.) trib corgusaib na bliadna, Ériu vii 150 § 36 . ro ṡlecht sí for a bith-dénma-som because he was ever pure, i 70 . conid iat co ndénma dil | némna locha Léin lindgil, Met. Dinds. iii 262 (LL, can denma, v.l.). See díainme.

dénmach

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adj o, ā. (dénum) wrought, fashioned, shapely: cethri cairr (cláir, BB 241b35 ) dénmacha immon senistir, LB 120b26 . ben etrocht . . . lan-denmach, BB 16b27 . cross caoin-d.¤ cloiche, ALC i 364.23 . Compar. ua datu ┐ ua denmaigi (denmnaigi, v.l.) é ana gach duine, TTebe 384 .

dénmaid

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n i,m. (dénum) maker, creator: dénmid gl. factor, Ml. 134c1 . in sáer-d.¤ domrigni, SR 2060 . in denmada coitchin gl. communis factoris, Ml. 27b13 . In compds. glossing Lat. words in -fex, -ficus: dind anedenmid gl. opifice, Ml. 25a19 . in n-anadeinmid gl. opificem, 42b17 . moindeinmid gl. munificus, 58d11 . See feóldénmid. Legal one who proves (? cf. dénum): re comloigthe sin acu nailind d.¤ do reir iarm- brethais, Laws iii 492.5 Comm.

dénmas

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n u, later o,m. (dénum) IGT Decl. § 27 .

(a) build, shape, form: a roga dealba ┐ denmasa fair, Fen. 18 . co mbuaidh crotha ┐ caemdhenmusa, ZCP vi 27 . co mbuadh ndeilbhe ┐ go ndenamhas, i 124 .

(b) act of making or producing, formation: iar nemcaemach- tain denmusa i n-a ndligid when it had been impossible to build them up properly (of fences), Laws v 270.22 Comm. tes . . . is cuis denmhusa don fionnfadh heat is the cause of the growth of hair, 3 C 19, 53rb3 . isi seo uindimint an gilcaidh do reir mu dhenmasa fein according to my own preparation, 23 P 10, 64a29 . lán do dhéanmhus . . . ann féin, Desid. 2599 ` affecta- tion ', Gloss., q.v. As quasi-verbal noun in sense of dénum: bói ac denmus (denmuus , MS.) a légind, Aisl. MC 9 . lucht dénmhusa bine buirb, IGT Decl. ex. 4 . Act of proving: ro-bōe ic dēnmus chundrada, ZCP xv 345 § 35 .

(c) Various. Concrete, that which is made, a structure, build- ing, etc.: fri loscud in dúine ┐ in denmusa olchena, Dinds. 27 ( RC xv 327 ). Gramm. construction, function: as iad sin a denmusa do reir laidni (of Lat. quid used as pron. and adv.), Laws v 4 . d.¤ neith practical effect or result: an chéid-déanmhas neith do thiocfadh ón fhíréantacht úd .i. an réasún do ghiall do Dhia, TSh. 2891 . chúig déanmais neith, 2887 . Hence as gramm. term, finite form of a vb. connected with an abstr. noun (a concrete action as opposed to an abstract idea): dícheal (on dearmad), `ní dhíchél' a dhénmhus neith, IGT Introd. § 63 . mleith, meil ┐ do mheil a ndenmhus neith, § 66 ; cf. §§ 151 - 5 . persana oibrigthi gan d.¤ neith iad (of foghal and similar vnn.), Verbs § 83 .