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 .

dérechtach

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adj (dérechtae) stripped, forsaken, abandoned: nib derechtach dibdathach, Cáin Ad. 21 . mad don tellach derech- tach, Laws iv 38.17 .

déregtith

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v (1 do-érig): deregtith gl. scalprum, Thes. ii 42.18 .

dereóil

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x see deróil.

Derer

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n.pr. f. D.¤ . . . uxor meic Brocc, Rawl. 151b37 .

Derero

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n.pr. gen. Cumsudh m. D.¤ , AU 842 (i 348.2).