denus

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Forms: denas, deanus

n u, later o,m. denas, deanus, IGT Decl. § 38.14 , ex. 1018 .

(a) space of a day: Lazair . . . in adnacul cethri ṅdenos, SR 7676 . denass taidslántai `day of recovery', RC xi 452.142 . Compd.: in tomba [i n-a roibhe] corp ar tTigerna . . . denuis- tréidhe, Fl. Earls 152 .

(b) In extended sense, period, while, time: roscarsam frib d.¤ mbeicc, Wb. 24d26 . robói d.¤ tuile díb `their day of plenty', Otia i 123 . rombúi d.¤ la rigú, 126 . batar d.¤ ann .i. teora la ┐ teora aidchi, RC xxvi 136 . ní ro thuilset hi saimhe fri d.¤ ḟoda, Hugh Roe 262.31 . iar cinn denais, O'C. 2425 ( Eg. 88, 33 (34)c ). biëid dia chlaind densa i ngair 'there will be of his progeny in a short while' Im. Brain2 § 50 . A turn: rofoeided gach dalta a d.¤ dia coimét, Bodl. Dinds. 19 ( Folklore iii 486 ). See déidenus, trédenus.

deo

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ind n end (in phr. go d.¤ ). See dead. In compd.: deo-chuisne last frost, Keat. Poems 108 .

? déoas

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n : ní tria déoas (deóas, v.l.) damsa cé dodchotaind, TE2 184 § 14 . ? Read doēas̅ = dóenacht 'humanity' Ériu xii 185 n. 2 , or deacht 'divinity' The Celtic Heroic Age 161 n. 10 .

deoch

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x see deog.

Deoch

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Forms: Deog

n.pr. f. D.¤ ingen Fhingen, LL 140a37 . Deog, BB 285b30 .

Deochacán

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Forms: Deochacain, Deocho- cain

n.pr. m. gen. Deochacain, BB 156a41 . Deocho- cain, Rawl. 159b4 .

? deochaid

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ind certḟichi a trí do Fergus | do Domnall cen d.¤ (: d'Eochaid), LL 181b20 = Arch. Hib. ii 48 .

deochain

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x see dechon.

deochair

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x see dechor.

Deochnia

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n.pr. m., LL 190b44 , Rawl. 155b52 .

déochrád

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n (2 día + crád, Peritia iii 451 ) sacrilege : baoth ni deocrad 'a reckless thing is sacrilege' Peritia iii 449.5 . baeth ní deochradh diubairt eclaisi . . . .i. is olc ní cradh Dé, O'Dav. 192 . Cf. déochráid, -áitech and 1 dechrad.