1 deóin

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Forms: deonaib

n f., IGT Decl. § 149 (see KZ xxxvii 256 ) will, pleasure, consent: is d.¤ lim I am willing, wish: munba d.¤ le Rígh na rann, ZCP vi 268 . mar is d.¤ ra ríg na mbreth, LL 298a23 . munbud d.¤ let féin, SG 243 . is d.¤ dom: diamud ferr leo . . . robad d.¤ dosum, BB 436b50 . ní has mu d.¤ féin tanac of my own will, Aen. 1377 . teit mac duine asa d.¤ foden fri croich, PH 5143 . cen d.¤ do without his leave, Laws iii 484 . atbath in rí de d.¤by the will of God, LL 133a22 . do déoin Fíadat findnime, Trip.² 1629 . nách ar écin . . . acht is dia d.¤ féin, PH 3128 . do dh.¤ nó ar éigin, TD 1.26 . d'á nd.¤ is fearr an aicme the tribe is best when acting of their own will, Hy Fiachr. 248 . pl. ros- bennach a deonaib Dé, LL 164b18 .

2 deóin

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n well, spring: d.¤ .i. fuaran nó corr no tibrait, O'Dav. 669 . fothach deoin ditin tuidhidhiu droichit, tochur tas- cartha, O'C. 723 ( H. 3.18 346 ).

deóinid

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v (1 déoin) consents: ni deoin toichedh fair impi, Laws i 136.25 Comm. See deónaid.

deóir

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x see dé-ḟogur.

deól

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Forms: diúil, deóil, diúl, deól

o,m. vn. of dinid, IGT Verbs § 76 . g s. diúil, deóil; d s. diúl, deól act of sucking: is d.¤ rodinetar ind lóig, LL 252a38 . deol mela a mecna[ib] ibair sucking honey from roots of yew (prov.), Aisl. MC 71 . ac díul a da chích, Acall. 3152 . dael oc a diul, Fél. 42 . mendan ac deol gabair, IT iii 104 . dursan . . . mac Domnaill do dheól don daol that D.'s son should be eaten by worms, Arch. iii 304 . (Fig.) ag diúl dubh-lachta domblasta na beatha so, TSh. 2301 . feoil laeigh diuil of a sucking calf, ZCP ii 40 . do mhúirnín deoil beloved babe, Keat. Poems 339 .

Compd. ag diulchaoineas risin n-aois senma, BNnÉ 163 .

deoladacht

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x see deolaidecht.

deoladchaire

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n ,f. (deolaid) favour, gratuity, bounty: is deo- ladcaire in train the third part is a gratuity, Laws iv 182 Comm. ni hurusa a n[d]ispecad som, ar is ó Día a n[d]eoladcairi, IT iii 23 (= o Dia a tídhnucul, 24.3 ; a ndeolaid, 28 ). robátar deolatchaire (deolcaire, deolathchaire, v.l.) móra inna ḟlaith bounties (i.e. gifts of Providence), BDD § 17 . i nd.¤ gratis: nochon im[f]uiligend neach ní i nd.¤, inn-aiscidh da cheile, Laws iv 166 , 188 , 208 Comm. ( Ériu xvii 64 § 1 ).

deolaid

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Forms: deuladte

adj (dí + folud, Thurn. Gramm. §§ 345 , 831 )

(a) bestowed by favour, gratuitous: óre is deolid, bid fír a tairngire gl. ut secundum gratiam firma sit promissio, Wb. 2c19 . deuladte gl. gratuita, ZCP vii 485 (Ench. Aug.). is d.¤ a trian tic fer mbunaid the third . . . is a gratuity, Laws iv 180 , 172 , 206 ( Ériu xvii 64 § 1 ). ni fulaing nech na deolaith diaraile no one is liable for any gratuity to another, Rawl. 113a21 . As attrib.: tri lá déolaide, Ériu xvii 64 § 3 . na fochraice deólta i tir na mbeo unearned rewards, PH 3648 . Adv. in d.¤ gratis , Wb. 26b15 . nonbur síl Chonaire | o nach berar ní in d.¤ (i nd.¤?) (i.e. with impunity ), LL 353a39 . As subst. grace, favour, gratuity, bounty: deolaidh .i. grása, O'Cl. attá a deolid iar cúul caích gl. gratia Dei, Wb. 31c15 . ni dleaghar cís don áirdrigh nach deolaigh tribute nor gratuity, BR 126 . ni urusa a ndispectad- som, ar is o Dia ata a nd.¤ doib, IT iii 28 . gan deoladh, ML 12 .

(b) Hence in Mid. Ir., poor, mean, indigent: derg cach n-om deolaidh `every bloody wicked (?) thing', Laws i 54 . cidh deoluidh e be it never so mean, ii 204 . iii 314 , 328 . v 456 (all in Comm.). ingen Eogain . . . | nir d.¤ cumthacht ria claind, LL 138a18 . ni ba deoluid dam re lind | sil eoguin `no feeble band', Fen. 224 . ma Maelfitrig nar d.¤ (: Eogain), 340 . nir gním d.¤ (chev.), BB 401a23 . oc fell orm, ni gním d.¤ , LB 274b27 = SG 57 (dreolaid, wrongly). rofig Fothaid, ni d.¤, | ann for Ailill mac n Eogain, ZCP viii 117 . bean donn deolaig, IT iii 85 .

deólaid

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v (deól) IGT Verbs § 76 . sucks, imbibes: ceol . . . do dheolfadh deo-chuisne a créachtaibh laoich would draw the chilling numbness, Keat. Poems 108 . deor . . . nár dheolsad ál gach crána coigcríche which the brood . . . did not drain, 40 . cíche ban rodiul, RC xxvi 30 n. 1 .

deolaidech

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adj (deolaid) gracious, bounteous: deoluidech tid- nuicthech do dóinib, ZCP ix 456 .

deolaidecht

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Forms: deoladacht, deoladacht

n [ā,f.] (deolaid) O.Ir. deoladacht grace, favour: deoladacht gl. gratia, Wb. 22a1 . nípa deoladacht acht bid fiach gl. non secundum gratiam sed secundum debitum, 2b26 . cride línas [in spirut noeb] o rath ┐ d.¤ , PH 5465 . fer lán do rath ┐ do d.¤ in spirta nóib, Trip. 482 . Anecd. ii 19 (-aigecht), YBL 155a29 . dochuabair huaim dar mo recht, | nipta ni dom d.¤ ye have none of my favour, SR 1444 .