Deolait

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n.pr. f., LL 42d36 ( Trip. 544 ).

Deolann

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n.loc. ā,f. mic righ na hEspaine . . . ┐ na Deolainne, ZCP vi 29 .

deolcha

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ind im deich ndabcha d.¤ , BDD § 28 . Ériu ii 4 (YBL = delcha, H 3.18 ). Cf. delech. déolcha .i. di olcha .i. adhbhal ól .i. ól mór great drinking, O'Cl.

deolchaire

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x = deoladchaire: d.¤ .i. tiodhlaicthe, O'Cl.

deónach

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adj (1 deóin) willing, voluntary: umla dheonuch, Marco P. 29 .

deónachad

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x see deónugud.

deónaid

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v (1 deóin) grants, allows: isbert . . . na deonebad uad he would not allow him to leave him, BColm. § 23 . Lazarus d'aithbheodhadh mar do dheonais as thou didst vouchsafe to raise L. Timth. vi 39 . See deóinid.

deónaigid

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Forms: deonuigh

v (1 deóin) grants, vouchsafes, permits (in later texts esp. of Divine will): deonuigh (synon. with bronn, aontuigh, tabhair), Eg. Gl. 75 . in deonaigi dam . . . ni do thorud craind bethad? SR 1431 . ro-shir for P. corp Ísu . . . ┐ do- deonaig P. dó, PH 2915 = ro d.¤ P. do hé, YBL 145b49 . nír dheónaigh Garailt síth do neach, Hy Fiachr. 140 . nocor deonaig Dia sin, RC xvii 399 . do Mhac Dhé . . . | deonuighim anam A., DDána 69.8 . deonaigfed do techt co hEtail I will give him leave, Aen. 857 . cecib tan nó dheónaighfadh Dia dó tocht a cuimreach, FM vi 1890 . do dheónuigh Dia Gaoidhil do dhealughadh ré hard-fhlaitheas Éireann that the G. should be separated from the sovereignty, TSh. 5465 .

deónaigthe

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part. of deónaigid: Nechtain . . . do mharbhadh go d.¤ ` designedly', FM v 1584 .

Deoninne

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n.loc.: ec (= oc) Deoninni i Mughdornaibh Bregh, AU 836 .

deónugud

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u, later also o,m. vn. of deónaigid granting, allowing, vouchsafing, permission: roiarfaig dó ┐ ni fuair deonugud, Trip. 414 = Thes. ii 310 . dorat E. . . . deonugad do P. teacht dochum na Trai, Aen. 22 . ? doenaigid dona hair- cride, RC ii 384 § 5 . gan chungnamh Dé acht a dheonoghadh, Dán Dé xvi 21 . bás chornéil óig sa athar | is feárg Dé do dheonachadh (leg. dá dh.¤?), Misc. Celt. Soc. 376 . Hence misfortune as permitted by Providence, fate: beag nár bhuan an deonachadh the loss had well-nigh been lasting (?), Content. xxx 6 . deacair dul on deonughadh, Ir. Texts ii 106 § 19 .