dercu

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Forms: derucc, dearca, derucc, derccain, dercoin, dercoinn, dercna

n n,f. O.Ir. derucc. dearca f., IGT Decl. § 6 . See Jn. Celt. Stud. ii 25 . acorn: glandis isin latin .i. dircu, Corm. Y 167 . dercain .i. dair-chnú, 453 . fuath dercon, ib. derucc gl. glans, Sg. 113b9 . amál chócúll dercon nó chno, Thes. i 5.38 . d.¤ ┐ uball ┐ cnu, Dinds. 34 ( RC xv 419.19 ). intan tuitis in d.¤ dheidhinach dhe, is ann tic blath na dercon tanaise fair, Anecd. ii 2.17 . oendircu a ccind na cuslindi ┐ oendircu i mmullach na darach ina re, LL 126b10 . pl. derccain duba a ssithchailtib, LL 118a14 ( Ériu vii 2.12 ). dercoin, Buile S. 130.22 (§ 68) . dercoinn (: choill), 110.6 (§ 54) . dercna, K. and H. 19 . do dercnaibh darach, AU i 563 n. 8 . a thorud de dircnaib, RC xvi 278.16 .

2 dercu

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n gentilic appellation, feminine equivalent of maccu (see Éigse xxviii 42-70 ): da mac Cuimne Derco Cuind (sic leg.) ingine Echach Tirmcharna Anecd. iii 61.23 . Hūi Dercco Céin Corp. Gen. 155 (Rawl. 143 b 8) .

dercuill

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ind .i. derc oculus, Dúil Laithne 28 ( Goid. 75 ).

derdal

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n storm: deardal .i. anfad, Stowe Gl. 322 . ib. 54 . For derdan, q.v.

derdan, dertan

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Forms: dearrtan

n o,m. and ā, f. (Cf. ferthain, and Marstrander, Festschr. Alf Torp) storm, squall, bad weather: deartan .i. anfad, Lec. Gl. 415 . dertan ris tib (sic leg.) in gaeth glan, IT iii 67.7 (dorrdan, v.l.). feraid dertain (deartan .i. sneachta, B), ib. doinenn ┐ dertan na hoidci, SG 44.28 . síon ┐ deartan dearmhair, FM v 1778.y . dearrtan, Aen. 224 . ré doinind ┐ re derdan, Acall. 2945 . dia diden for fuacht ┐ dearrdan, Ériu v 20.17 . i llo doinindi (sic leg.) ┐ dertain, TBC² 2337 . mét na derdaine ┐ na doininde, Acall. 5014 . imdīten . . . for dherdain ┐ doishīn, Fl. Earls 228.z . re faghbáil na ndoinenn ┐ na nd.¤ , SG 345.31 .

derdíbad

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n m., destroying, annihilating: ag derdibad ceitri n-ollcoicedh n-Erenn ina aonar, TBC 1704 (St.). See der- and díbad.

? derdis

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n name of a monastic office: leth dire in coic don d.¤ . . . leth dire in d.¤ don lubgortaig, O'C. 275 ( H. 3.18 151 ).

derdrethar

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Forms: derdrestar

v depon. 3 s. rel.: cia deilm . . . d.¤ dremnas fot broind rages, resounds (?), IT i 68.2 . perf. co ro derdrestar in lelap, 69 § 5 (dertreastair, deirtristar, v.ll.).

Derdriu

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pn see Deirdriu.

Derdub

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Forms: Derduib

n.pr. o, m. g s. hui Derduib , Rawl. 147b27 . LL 14a43 .

dérechta

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Forms: dérachtae, derechta

(part. of 1 do-érig) stripped, deserted, destitute: dérachtae gl. desertum, Ml. 48d4 . derechta exposed, un- covered (of malt), Laws ii 240.20 . im tellach nderrachta `a deserted possession', v 206.5 . Compar. deroliu ┐ derechdu more destitute, Ml. 90b5 .