Cite this: eDIL s.v. Dergnae or

n.loc.: oc D.¤ mo Goróc, Tig. 1021 ( RC xvii 359.22 ) = oc on Deilgne Mogoroc, AU 1021 (i 546.13) = Derge Mogoróg, FM 1021 (ii 798.12) . gen. Mogoróc Deirgne, Rawl. 93e29 . BB 227f20 . M. Dergne, LL 368b14 . See Deilgne.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. dergnaid or

adj (dí + ergnaid) without honour, undistinguished; mean, vile (?): leór do déstin co d.¤ | déscin for a ndubdelbaib full loathly and uncomely was the sight of their black forms, Met. Dinds. iii 256.15 , cf. note p. 524 (= do d.¤ , BB 378b39 ). Cf. dirgnaid, dergna.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. dergnaide or

adj = dergnaid: Isú uassal ainglide | nocho chleirech d.¤ no mean (ordinary ) cleric, Fél. 44 . discir doescair d.¤ (of Satan), SR 948 . drong d.¤ (of devils), 8317 . tar drónfót ṅdroṅg nd.¤ | is Corróc corr comraire, LL 28a26 . Cf. O'Dav. 621 : durgnaide .i. digranta, ut est durgnaide fechtas for iliu oenfer .i. is digrant[a] in gnim dogní intan sin itir sochaide.

? dergnas

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? dergnas or

ind timthach dergnus in triar tend, | Finnchad, Fergus is Cairell, Anecd. ii 35.z . rondacht cen d.¤ dá[i]l de, LL 132b26 . fuair Alb cen mind. de | dindṡenchas for Albine, 163a13 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. dergnat or

Forms: dergnaide

n f. (derg ?) flea: d.¤ .i. derga iat nō derg a ned nō a dēd, Corm. Y 452 . lan duirn do deargnadaib, Laws v 276.5 Comm. d'iarruigh dearnaide (sic), 1 Sam. xxvi 20 . pl. dergnaide, O'Gr. Cat. 228.4 . nirbat d.¤ chormthighi (i.e. a nuisance in good company ?), LL 124 marg. sup. ni bat d.¤ colla coirme hi tig rurech, LU 3470 ( SC 25 ). dlighidh gach flaith urerge . . . ní dlighidh in flaith acht fo thri roimhi aurergi isin aen láithi . . . rob écóir don ri deargnait airechta do deunum don céile the prince is entitled to [have the vassal] rise before him only three times in one day . . . it would be wrong for the chief to make an assembly-flea of the vassal (by causing him to jump up constantly), O'D 514 ( H. 3.17 418 ) (from which it seems likely that the expression d.¤ airechta, coirmthige, etc., came to be applied to a restless, obsequious, or forward person).


Cite this: eDIL s.v. dergnatach or

adj (dergnat) full of fleas: setigi . . . mílach d.¤ , Aisl. MC. 11.19 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. Dergne or

pn see Dergnae and Deilgne.

? dergnech

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? dergnech or

adj ná bad d.¤ (dernech, v.l.) ` reproachful ', Ériu iii 96 § 7 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. Dergoda or f., Acall. 5540 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. Dergrenn or

n.loc. gen. isin tleib fora aigid D.¤ imacaillsed Meic Miled ┐ Banba a chele and sin, Lec. 284va42 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. dergtha or

part. of dergaid reddened, heated: grís d.¤ , Ir. Review 1913, 594 § 5 .