dercaide

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x see dergaide.

dercaidecht

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n (2 dercaid) ā, f. office of a watchman; keeping watch: rosuigided abucc for cleith do dercaideacht osin tsluag to overlook the host, Ériu v 236.82 .

dércaige

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n (deerccach) love, charity: is dercaigi son `that is lovingness', Trip. 234.10 . madh deirceach duine . . . gur meisde é a dheircighe, Rule of Tall. 38 § 67 .

dercaigid

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v (2 derc) looks, gazes: o rodercaid Becan for D., LL 358 marg. 44 .

dercain

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x see dercu.

? dércairde

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ind marcach na tonn | na tabrad duini ar dērcairdi, | Dīa ar muin mhara | etir muir tana as tēchtfairgi, Arch. iii 235 § 18 .

dercaisen

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Forms: derchaisen

n (cf. dercad, déicsiu, etc.) looking, gazing: g s. ar fáilti derchaisen (dercaisin, v.l.) for Patraic, Trip.² 2550 . Cf. MR 178.18 : nim fadha fri faircsi, ge mad dercaisi fri demin duit.

? derchail

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ind .i. deliugud, ut est, ol de nach duil d.¤ .i. cona ro dighla nó cona ro deilighi ní dia salchur fria, O'Dav. 636 .

derchoíne

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n = derchoíniud: dom anacul . . . ar dinsem, ar derchaíne, ar mirath, LL 360 marg. uaman nó dercaini, CCath. 2721 . is derchaine do neoch doilghius fair imna [h]esbadhaib saeghalla, ZCP iv 384.6 .

derchoíniud

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Forms: dérchoíniud

u,m., vn. of do-rochoíni; also dérchoíniud, under influence of dér tear.

(a) despair, dejection: derchoiniud gl. desperatio, Ml. 89a6 . d.¤ . . . du remcaissin Dǽ, 90b19 , 91b10 . arnách róllca d.¤ lest despair swallow him up, Wb. 14d21 . dérchóiniud, 14d27 . deirchóintea derochóinet a n-ícc gl. diffidentiae, 21b1 . derchāined .i. dīcredim . . . im fagbāil fochraicce, Corm. Y. 464 . do dercuiniud atbath, LU 249 . dul i ndérchained, LB 108a9 . na denaid derchained, PH 2307 .

(b) lamentation (the usual meaning in later instances, but some examples doubtful): ced inn ingen án aile . . . do chuma a sethar . . . ro marb duba is derchainud, LL 375a47 . i ngol ┐ i coí ┐ derchoiniud, 288b15 . mor ṅgol ┐ mairg ┐ ṅderchainte, Alex. 391 . déar-chaoineadh ┐ díosgadh fiacal, TSh. 6313 .

derchoíntech

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adj (derchoíniud), also dér- through influence of dér tear, despairing; tearful, sorrowful: robtar snímaig . . . tursig dércóintig, SR 3452 . aithrige dérchaintech, LB 108a27 . ni dercointig fri dered (.i. fri tabairt nime dó) not in despair (of heaven) at death, LL 346a39 . isat anmnetaig ┐ nidat derchoi[n]tig, Alex. 839 . dubhach déarchaointeach, ML 108.17 .