dergaid

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Forms: dergsus, dergtar

v (derg) IGT Verbs § 80 . reddens .

I Trans.

(a) reddens, makes red (esp. of bloodshed): búaid úas chret charpait glinni | dercas rinni ruada which stains with blood strong spear-points, LU 3363 ( SC § 15 ). níro derg C. a claideb i n-Erind, LU 9043 ( FB § 79 ). Dare derg roderg frossa who shed torrents of blood, LL 158b27 . ag rígh dar derg cnedh any king that ever dealt a red wound, ZCP viii 224 § 35 . tug dorn ar a dēd . . . | a ucht gur' dearg da dondfuil, 231 § 27 . dergsus (pret. 3 s. with suff. pron. 3 pl.), LL 116a21 .

(b) makes red-hot, heats, kindles, burns: dergthair coltur . . . i tenid, LL 329a40 . cuirthir ar smeroidibh ┐ dergthar amail smeroidi, 3 C 19, 231vb16 . do dergsabair mór ndaiger, SG 37.4 . Áth Truim ar dheóradhuib dergas, Studies 1920, 417.23 .

(c) causes to blush, reddens (with shame or anger): do dergfuind a dreich gairthi d'Ó Cháimh, Ériu iv 220.1 . am dhán níor dheargas duine, Book of O'Conor Don, 195a21 . Cf. Content. xxi § 3 n. : ní mó dheargfaid . . . iad féin le roi- bhriocht mo rann will not be shamed (offended). Impers. in pass.: dergtar fá ghnúis Dhiarmada D.'s face flushes, SG 266.6 . ar cluinsin na mbriathar sin do Muire do dergad impi she blushed, 3 B 22, 47 b24 . Cf. imm-derga.

(d) reddens (soil), hence turns up (soil), digs, ploughs: rodheargsat isna hionaduibh sin uile (the oxen) turned up all the soil in those districts, BNnÉ 39.15 . deargfuid treabhthaigh na tulcha farmers will till (even) the hills, Book of O'Conor Don 221b9 .

II Intrans.

(a) draws blood, wounds, with FOR, AR (in some cases orig. trans., arm, ga, etc. being understood; cf. dergfat-sa mo lainn . . . for na Conanaib, MR 78.13 ): atbailedh [intí] for a ndergdáis, Dinds. 39 ( RC xv 427.20 ). tug sathadh sleigi isin dragun ┐ nir derg air, ZCP vi 295.19 . ní dergdais airm aruib, Ériu iv 222 § 39 .

(b) grows red, flushes: ro-dérg ┐ ro-ruthnig in mílid, PH 7235 . cuimiltir in corp uili no go nderguidh, 3 C 19, 206 ra7 . ro derg . . . in t-aeor, CCath. 2327 . Note also: dergaid .i. deimniugudh, O'C. 964 ( H. 3.18 415 ).

dergaide

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Forms: dercaide

adj io, iā (derg) reddish: dercaide gl. Rubrenus, Sg. 35b6 . Perh. also in n. loc. Druim D.¤ , which may, however, contain g s. of derg-ag red deer: bellum Dromma dergaige, LL 24b13 . Cath Droma dergaidhe, AU 516 (i 38.16) . in nDromaibh dergaighi, ib. (21) = bellum Droma derge, 515 (10) .

dérgaigid

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Forms: dérgfes

v spreads, covers: bid tú dérghaighfes mo charpat damsa, LB 279a61 . Perh. error for dérgfes, see dérgid.

? dergail

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Forms: dair- chaill

n rogob . . . deargail `made an onslaught ', Death-tales 16 § 4 (LF). oc in deargail, ib. rosgobh forsin deargail, ib. § 5 . (apparently = derg-gail, but the true reading may be dair- chaill; cf. rogab don chaillid uime, p. 9 n. 27 (Ed. version); téid fá dhoire choille, Keat. ii 3153 ).

Dergan

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Forms: Derggain, Dergain, Dergain

n.pr. m., LL 366c38 , e21 . gen. Derggain, 351c52 . Dergain, AU 1056 (i 598.z) . Cáirech D.¤ (Dergain, v.l.), n.pr. f., Fél. Feb. 9 . Rawl. 89c35 .

dergderc

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n f. (derg + 1 or 2 derc) name of Patrick's credence case: foraccaib a deirgdeirc leis .i. meinistir nobith fó a coim fadesin, Trip. 86.2 ( Trip.² 939 ). See also derg (compds.).

derge

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Forms: d., dirge

n (= dergae and deirge) , f. (derg) redness, ruddiness; flushing: d.¤ gl. rubedo, Ir. Gl. 939 . co ndeirgi fola laig, BDD § 2 . begcan dergci innti arar' ṡil fuil ar Tigerna, Maund. 71 . deirge in-a ghruaidh ┐ fíoch feirge fair, Ériu i 93 § 47 . ní innisfea nech . . . a d.¤ ┐ a roḟoillsi, FA 8 ( LU 2022 ). slog co ṅdergi ṅdrech (: merci), LB 124a48 = go ndeirge ndreach (: meirge), Keat. iii 2033 . Of foliage: deirge a cluimh, TD 13.4 . derga na sul, 23 K 42, 424.11 . fúal ag dul a nderga, 3 C 19, 13 va9 . n s. dirge, 24 P 22, 181.11 . gorain derga . . . timcheald na srona maille re diorga na haidhchi (leg. haighthe), 3 C 19, 288 va15 . Fig. intensity, fervour: deirge a déar (of Mary), A. Ó Dálaigh xlii 12 .

? derged

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ind d.¤ comraig `to proclaim a combat', Laws v 476.23 , with gl. eirge d'focra in comraic, 478.18 Comm. = deirge comruic . . . .i. derge do fogra comruic, O'Don. 441 ( H. 3.17 ( H. 3.17, 340 ). ? Cf. deirgheadh m., IGT Decl. § 102 . Perh. to be referred to 2 dérgud.

Dergerdne

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n.pr. m.: mac D.¤ , TFerbe 761 .

dérgaid, dérgid

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Forms: dérgedh, dérgud

v (rogid Indogermanische Forschungen xxxiii 35 . See also Ped. ii 596 and Celtica ix 205 ). IGT Verbs § 54 . spreads (coverings, a couch), makes a bed: dérgis fortgemne in carpait foa, LL 108a15 . sísi roderuigdóib, 274b9 . ro deraigh an sacart na bruta ro batar darsin imdaid tairis, Grail 1795 . ra déirged mo lepaid, TBC 3401 . pass. do dérgedh clúm ar a chinn (: énbhean), IGT Verbs ex. 476 . don ērlam d'fulang a breth | do dērgadh teach cumang cloch a cell was prepared, ex. 482 . Often impers.: dergither do is' tilaig, RC xiii 434 § 3 . dergidir don lanamain, 452 § 41 . deraigther . . . don rig for colcid clúmdérai[g]thi, Aisl. MC 107.21 . do derg- sad lebaid a brathar do, YBL 160a2 . Vn. dérgud.

? dérgidach

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ind for domun d.¤ Dé, SR 7891 .