derbóc

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Forms: derboga

n ā,f. (2 derb) small pail: tai .i. derbóg nó taog nó ian, O'Dav. 1557 . n p. na derboga , ib.

derbráthair

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Forms: derbrathri, derbraithri, dearbhráithreacha, dearbraithri

n r,m. (1 derb + bráthair) n p. derbrathri, RC xi 452.150 . derbraithri, Acall. 2987 . dearbhráithreacha, Matth. i 2(1602). g p. sesear dearbraithri , Lec. 573a36 (Facs. 287ra36 ).

(a) brother (by blood, whereas bráthair is used in wider sense): derbráthir gl. germane, Wb. 24a35 . cis lir corannat cro ┐ dibad? . . . athair ┐ mac, brathair ┐ fine . . . brathair .i. in dearbhbrathair, Laws i 258.12 Comm. don triur der- bráthar, Met. Dinds. iii 6.56 . Fiachna mac Fir Febi d.¤ side do F. mac Fir Febi, TBC² 1436 . tri derbrathir insin .i. tri meic Roire, LL 349fy . Pilip . . . derbrathair Hiruaith, PH 835 . mic bráthar damsa an cetrar . . . trí derbráithre dam an triur ele, SG 86.24 . naenbar dearbrathar collaidi, Liber Flavus ii 25rb17 . dias dearbhráthar Déadṡolais, TD 20.17 . Martha, ag labhairt ré Críost do thaoibh a dearbhráthar, TSh. 1745 .

(b) Rarely used of a brother in religion: bīodh cuimhne accaibh a dheirbhṡethra inbhar n-urnaighthe . . . ar bhar nderbhrāthair bocht Michel Ó Cleirigh, Ériu xv 8.15 (dedica- tion of O'Clery's transl. of the Rule of St. Clare).

derbsiur

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Forms: derfiur, derbhfiúr, deirfiur, derbṡiur, deirbtsiur, derbsiúr, derfiair, derbhṡíur, derfethar, derbṡethur, deirbhṡethar, derbsiair, deirbhṡiair, deirbhṡeathra, derbsethracha, derbhṡethracha, derbṡethar, deirbhṡethar, deirbhṡethrach, deirbhṡeathraibh, deirbhṡethraibh, derbshiair, deirbsethar

n r,f. (1 derb + siur) In later lang. often decl. in pl. like cathair. n s. derfiur, Lat. Lives 37.15 , LL 373a63 , Met. Dinds. ii 76.67 . derbhfiúr, IGT Decl. § 32 . deirfiur, ZCP viii 196 § 21 , Lec. 390a34 (facs. 205va34). derbṡiur, Acall. 3650 , LL 373a52 , PH 7270 . deirbtsiur, Acall. 4111 . v s. derbsiúr, PH 8328 . a s. derfiair, LL 24a38 . derbhṡíur, Hy Fiachr. 126.3 . g s. derfethar, LU 10619 = derbṡethur, IT i 140.24 (Eg.). derbṡethar, TBC 929 . deirbhṡethar, RSClára 20 § 12 . d s. derbsiair, Acall. 3650 v.l. deirbhṡiair, RSClára 26 § 4 . n p. deirbhṡeathra, 8 § 3 . v p. 24 § 7 . a p. derbsethracha, LU 2856 . derbhṡethracha, Lism. L. 4639 . g p. derbṡethar, LL 153b12 . Acall. 3424 . deirbhṡethar, RSClára p. 36 . deirbhṡethrach, p. 8 . d p. deirbhṡeathraibh, 12 § 10 . deirbhṡethraibh, 18 § 12 . n du. dá derbshiair , SG 76.11 . g du. da deirbsethar , Lec. 338a18 (facs. 167ra18).

(a) sister by blood (sometimes interchanging with siur): derfiur do Patraic germana Patricii, Lat. Lives 37.15 = Trip.² 713 . mac . . . do derbṡethar, TBC 929 (= mac . . . do fethar, TBC² 406 ). derbṡiur Ailléin, Acall. 3650 (= siur A., 3667 ). Ancrist . . . derbshiúr dó budén a mathair, PH 7270 .

(b) a sister in religion, female member of a religious com- munity: riaghail . . . na ndeirbhṡethrach mbocht (the Poor Clares), RSClára 8.19 .

derbtha

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part. of 2 derbaid.

(a) assured, certain: doilgheas dearbhtha = certum dolorem, TSh. 8131 . nar derbhtha leo a fhagháil that they were not sure of getting it, Hy Fiachr. 458.19 . gémadh dearbhtha ag cách a chion though all others were certain of his guilt, Content. ix 16 . co d.¤ assuredly , SG 337.18 .

(b) tested, proved (cf. Lat. spectatus): saoi dearbhtha i leighionn, FM v 1274.13 . techtaire dearptha, Fl. Earls 142.20 . aos comtha an chumainn dearbhtha, Studies 1918, 281 § 3 . is égen don liaigh ueith rodherutha ionnta so the leech must be well versed, 3 C 19, 44 va38 .

derbthacht

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n (derbtha) certainty: fios dearbhthachta fhocal na fírinne, Prov. xxii 21 . derbhthacht 'assurances' Ériu xv Supplement 35 . crēd é derbhthacht na neithi thecasgus ar gcreidimh dúin? 'proof' Celtica i 166.120 .

derbthas

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n m. (derbtha) certainty, proof: Nás . . . | is and rohadnacht in ben, | di ráiter fri d.¤ ndein (: senchas), Met. Dinds. iii 48.19 .

derbugud

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u,m. (vn. of derbaigid) proving: ní bhfuaras laoidh ná leitir da dhearbhughadh, Keat. iii 4581 .

? derbuscech

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ind Dia dearbuscech, ZCP x 341.5 .

1 derc

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Forms: derc, Dercce

n o,n., later ā,f. Cf. derc f., IGT Decl. § 39 . hole .

(a) Of an aperture: a da laim tria d.¤ (tre deirc, Y) a sedlaig immach, BDD 2 = tria derca ṡedluch al-lenith immach, TE 4 ( IT i 119.24 ) = a di laim tria deirc a sedlai amach .i. tria brollach a leineadh, H. 3.18, 528.y . bói dercc tresan comluith, RC ix 468.5 . for deirc cuislinde by the hole of a pipe, Ériu ii 134 § 113 . d.¤ a tona, O'Dav. 572 .

(b) Of a cavity, hollow: ronighed in d.¤ fas the empty eye- socket, BB 383a38 = Dinds. 64 ( RC xv 462.6 ). i nd.¤ a oxaile armpit , TBC² 1327 . ón deirc ochsaile co 'roile, Dinds. 6 ( RC xv 296.3 ). hole or pit in the ground: ben dia claite d.¤ , Cáin Ad. 2 (cf. asin pull talman, ib.). dogníthe d.¤ don chetfóit ┐ cliatha tairsiu, RC xiii 454 § 48 . gur thuit i bhfairthis nó i ndeirc dhomhain, TSh. 576 . ar ghrinneall na deirce, 579 . Of a grave: eisg ar cend do cholla resiu doberthar issa nd.¤ , LL 278b24 = resiu dorattar isin deirc, Lism. L. xii 21 . feis la marb i ndeirc, RC xv 488 § 8 . Of a well, pool, etc.: tuc Eochaid a chend . . . fon topor | corbo chroderg in d.¤ dron | d'fuil ríg, LL 157b40 ( Met. Dinds. iii 344.83 ). D.¤ ṅdub (name of a well), LL 30a51 = D.¤ dub, Dinds. 1 § 10 ( RC xv 281 ). Of a cave: dearc .i. uagh no úaimh, O'Cl. dochum na derca a cotlad in luch dunn, Death-tales 28 § 10 . pn Freq. in place- names: D.¤ (Dercc) Corra, RC xxv 346 § 2 . D.¤ Ferna, g s. uath Dercce Ferna, LL 189c28 . i ndorus Derci Ferna, 44a21 .

2 derc

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Forms: derc, dearca

n perhaps identical with preceding word, cf. d s. foum derc .i. gnuis, Thes. ii 350 (gl. on Hy. vi 4 ), and g s. fa deis dearca cach baile, Lec. 564b10 (facs. 282vb10), if this is the same word. In later lang. generally ā, f. IGT Decl. § 39 . eye: cammd.¤ gl. strabo, Sg. 63a4 . fliuchdercc gl. lippus, 24a8 . S. saoibhd.¤ `the squinting ', BNnÉ 232.3 . ar deirc .i. ar sūil (etym. of irdairc), O'Mulc. 746 . en . . . dar dercaib slúag saer (.i. usce dar súilib soercland), LU 9938 . mo derca (.i. mo ṡúli), LL 208a 7 = IT i 162.3 , ZCP v 488 § 4 (B. na f.). aodh ┐ d.¤ ┐ cais, tri hanmann in ruisg, Met. Gl. 16 § 39 . a dá deircc (.i. a dí ṡúil), Cóir Anm. 24 . dearc .i. suil, O'Cl. mnáib dergder- caib, LU 10377 . suile dubha . . . ina cinn ┐ mailgi mora osa dercuibh (of a boar), ZCP vi 279.33 . céo for a derca ┐ snighe dér, Aisl. Tund. 99 § 3 . do digail a deirci `to revenge the loss of his eye', MR 110.12 . ag dáil dér os fert Eóghain | nír fégh d.¤ dhá doirseóraib, IGT Decl. ex. 1305 . mar a-tá mo dhearc in-a diaidh my yearning for her, PBocht 11a.3 . dod dheirc mhongmhoill, TD 27.21 . a dhearc mhall, 2.30 . ní fhuil solus mo dhearc agam lumen oculorum meorum non est mecum, TSh. 4202 .

Compds. ¤corr: clann Eachach Doimlen dearc-cuirr, Hy Fiachr. 180.4 . ¤mer of lively glance: fa sduaigh ndeircmhir móir Macha, TD 7.26 .

3 derc

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Forms: dærcæ

n [s,n.?] berry (see Jn. Celt. Stud. i 133 , ii 25 ): n p. inna dærcæ fróich gl. vaccinia, Sg. 49a10 . derce ruich, Thes. ii 363.9 . derce roig, 360.14 . dercu iuech yew-berries , K. and H. 21 . Acorn (= dercu, q.v.): bacur .i. muc-d.¤ an acorn i.e. a pig-berry , Corm. Y 184 . ní bíodh acht aen d.¤ ar an ralaigh, FM 14 (i 96.4) . ? dercamleentes (a species of solanum ), Ir. Texts v 28.2 .