dergnatach

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

Dergne

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pn see Dergnae and Deilgne.

? dergnech

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

Dergoda

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n.pr. f., Acall. 5540 .

Dergrenn

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

dergtha

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

dergthach

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adj (derg) red, ruddy; hot (?): tene d.¤ (sic leg.) gregach reddish (?) Greek fire, Fier. 163 ( RC xix 254 ). ionann ruanuidh ┐ deargthach, Keat. iii 1945 . neithe dergthacha do cur risin ngaile (a remedy), 3 C 19, 157 va35 .

dérguba

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x see dér (Compds.).

1 dérgud

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Forms: dærguda, dergud, dergudaib

u,m. vn. of dérgaid, dérgid, IGT Verbs § 54 . Decl. § 102 .

(a) act of spreading a couch, making a bed: iar ndergud a rígleptha doib, TBC 2 . seomra uasal do derugudh do Sir G. to prepare a bed-chamber, ZCP vi 52.15 . a da fer dergaithe a leptha, SG 93.19 . leaba ag daol ga dérghadh (: réidhghlan) the beetle spreading his couch, ZCP ii 585.4 . Fig.: dúana do dhérghadh da ndán | d'érlamh Clúana to spread some verses of their art before the patron of Cloyne, Studies 1918, 99 § 13 .

(b) bed, bedding, bed-clothes (gl. stratum in Ml.): in dǽrgud, Ml. 61a23 . g s. dærguda, 61a27 . d s. dergud, 21a3 . 21c7 . d p. dergudaib, 20c1 . tech ┐ airlisi ┐ dergud (.i. étach), Ériu i 220.3 . i cumsanud for mo dergud, PH 1489 . dogníth dérguth, TBFr. 257 . dogniat dérgada dóib forsin feor, SG 344.31 . co ndérgothaibh sainamraib, LU 8723 ( FB 54 ). for a leaptoibh luighe ┐ for a ndérghadhaibh codalta, FM v 1770.11 . clúm- déraigt[h]i (-dergaithe, v.l.) feather beds, Alex. 1005 . clum- deraigthe (-deirgthe), 872 . nir dheilig taobh ré derccadh dhó acht a bheith a serg siorghalair, ITS v 70.6 (through confusion with dergad).

(c) coverings, wrappings (?): co rascuir uad ara d.¤ taisceda (of the `sigen Satuirn'), LL 230b3 ( TTr. 976 ) = ara airdérgud taisceda, a49 .

2 dérgud

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n m. Vn. of 1 do-érig. ? IGT Verbs § 54 . Stripping, making bare: bai dia hainfélisi na ro faelangair gan luighe 'na fochair ósi ar na dergadh (.i. nochtadh) she being stripped, Leb. Gab. 28.1 . leaving, abandoning: dergud na n-uli procept ┐ forcetul, PH 8225 . nertatt na maithe . . . iat fen tria énerti a colla o nd.¤ (leg. on d.¤ or o[a] nd.¤ ?) dírech by weakening their flesh through renunciation, 6503 (where lit. sense may be either abandoning or with poss. adj. stripping themselves). Cf. dérach, déirge, 2 dírech, derged.

dériad

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n (dé + 1 ríad) two-horsed chariot: gl. bigae, Sg. 54a15 .