denim

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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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Forms: dénmid

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 .

dénmasach

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Forms: dénmusach

adj o, ā. (dénmas)

(a) effective, formative: truallter na haimsera co cuisigteach no go denmusach ona corpaibh uach- daracha no iachtaracha, 3 C 19, 19va21 . ginid í go denmhu- sach ag glanad . . . na n-imurcach, 48rb21 . ar son go n-aon- tuighinn in cuis denmhusach risin gcuis adbardha the efficient cause . . . the material cause, 53rb14 . is é is adhbhar déan- mhasach don ghaoith an ghrian, Corp. Astron. 28 . Hence as subst. maker, agent: dénmusach gl. factor, Ir. Gl. 1090 .

(b) Various: más bean . . . cialluighidh a beith déan- mhasach, measamhail uirre féin efficient (?), Corp. Astron. 126 . nach cóir dhúinn beatha dheanmhasach, chosdasach diar- raidh, acht beatha simplidhe . . . do chosg ar riáchtanais amháin artificial, complex (?), O'Hussey TC 107 . triúr macám donn deg-dhenmusach shapely , SG 302. 29 .

denn

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n [ā,f., Wortk. 210 ] cf. ua fordinn gl. minio, Thes. ii. 48.33 . hue, colour: deann .i. lí no dath, O'Cl. blaith a d.¤ , SR 11 . is d.¤ cēttamun fil forsin carput, TBC² 2755 . ba etig a dend, LU 9383 . Iacōb mac Ailphi . . . dub a dend, Ériu iii 196 . siadair deann da cach dinn colour has settled on every height, Four Songs, p. 10 . deithbir di ced olc a d.¤ that its aspect should be evil, CS 72 . In chevilles: caimi dend, Lec. 572a32 . derb d.¤ , Rawl. 164a10 . maro chloí d.¤ rí séitrech if a potent king has changed colour, i.e. died, TFrag. 200 . issin airm rochlóechlói deinn (denn, dinn, MSS.: hérinn), Met. Dinds. iii 214 .

Compds.: ¤gel: claideb nocht 'na deiss dendgil, RC xiv 424 . ¤glan: iar ṅ-dótib dendglana, TBC 5685 . ¤gorm: léine dhenn- gorm, SG 399 . ¤mass: tonach dendmas, Anecd. i 62 § 107 . ic imram Maelduin dendmais, 51 § 4 . roscar fri dennmais ndrechbuain (: Lennghlais), SG ii 473.13 . ¤maisse: congaib ar dreich ndendmaisse, LU 7402 . ar delbthor ṅdennmaissi, BDD § 100 f (Eg.).

denocht

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Forms: deanacht

(2 dí + nocht)

(a) Adj. stark naked: ní bhí timthach . . . la laech na ingin dibh, acht a mbeith d.¤ amail thusmiter iat, Marco P. 167 . Transf. vehement, violent, intense, grievous: deanacht vehement , Eg. Gl. 208 ; equated with dásachtach, borb, discir, garbh, fiochmhar, allta, 216 . a dhéineamh géar dháil deanacht, TD 12.9 . feil-ghníomha deanachta cathrach Ierusalem, TSh. 704 . dochar díblidhe deanacht, 4025 . See denachta.

Subst. nakedness, the pudenda: ni bí étach umpa acht folach a ndenacht, Maund. 170 . donnfuathroc . . . fri d.¤ a chuirp arníchtur, Acall. 5808 v.l. tic Míchol . . . amach co n- acca d.¤ a fir, LB 130b10 . gurbo leir uili a deanucht, BB 7b55 . Note also: gach dénocht gach noemh | rodéracht a tír, Ériu iv 238 (doendocht, etc., MSS. Rhyme not required.).

dénom

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dénta(e)

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Forms: dentada

io,iā part. of do-gní.

I As adj.

(a) made (by an artificer), skilfully fashioned, elaborate: cusna x ndoirsib dentæib gl. cum decem fabrifactis foribus, Gild. Lor. 245 . prim mind iartair domain arai in comdaig dendai, AU 1006 . hi mruigh d.¤ cultivated , Im. Brain 9 .

(b) Of living beings, broken in, trained, inured (to service, war, etc.): laoch na stéad mear ndéanta, Hackett xxxix 110 . tri chet do soigdeiribh d.¤ dulchannacha veterans , Rel. Celt. ii 204 . da ríogh-dhamhna is rí déanta a full king, 3 C 13, 915 .

II As subst. io, m., IGT Decl. § 2 manufactured article and esp. structure, building (cf. Ériu xvii 62 ): itir ubla ┐ arbur ┐ gach denta, Laws v 502.15 . denta diraith a lawful construction? (of a fence round a chasm), iii 254.23 . lan fiach fo bithbinche in denta according to the imperfection of the structure, 28 . dentada (n pl.), iv 222.2 . tecoisc-siu dam-sa déntai ┐ dindgnai in maige sin, TBC 1216 . ra díleg a déntu ┐ a dindgnai, LL 224b41 . mana nderna nech cinta im dentaibh indligthecha do denam air by erecting unlawful buildings on it, Laws v 462.9 . Of metres: finit dona rannaigechtaib co narailibh den- taibh ┐ frithdentaib forraib, IT iii 85 § 80 .

déntaid

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n i,m. (but g s. déntaidh, SG 19.22 ) (déntae) maker, creator (used of God): in delb tuc mo D.¤ ┐ mo Dúilem dam, Acall. 7040 . dentaid na ṅdúl, Todd Lect. vi 68 . BB 241a21 . ar ghrádh a dhéntaidh ┐ a dhúilemhan, SG 19.22 .