dermáil

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Forms: dermháil

adj (cf. dermár. See Wortk. 11 ) very big, very great, excessive: dearmail .i. romor, Stowe Gl. 105 . gradh dermail dofhuling, ZCP vi 63.6 . tri hubla mora dermhaile, Arch. iii 322.2 . domarbh . . . drechta dermala dib, ZCP vi 288.1 , 293.3 . Adv. tugusdair Cc. urchur dha chleitin chles fuirrthi go dermháil diíg, RC xv 67.1 = TBC p. 315 n. 4 .

dermáile

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n ,f. (dermáil) greatness, excess: gurab seiledha fola do chuiridis amach le dermaili na hoibri, KMMisc. 312 § 1 (perh. = derbáile, q.v.).

dermair

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x see dermár.

dermáire

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n ,f. (dermár) greatness, vastness, intensity: in dermaire gl. enormitas, Ml. 114c1 . ba he dermaire in tedma, CCath. 3488 . ní chumgat na dúile a tháirchell-sum . . . ar a uaisle ┐ ar a d.¤ , PH 3407 . tuar dearmháire (chev.: láimhe), 23 L 17, 20 b17 .

Dermait

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pn see Díarmait.

dermall

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adj (der- + mall) very slow: nirbdar dermaill a dí dóit, LL 43a50 = Corm. s.v. Cerball (derbmaill, YBL).

dermár

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Forms: dermáir, dermar, dermairi, dermairiu

adj (der- + mór) Also dermáir. See Thurn. Gramm. § 43 . very great, huge (of size, degree, and intensity): dermar gl. inmane, Ml. 80b12 . gl. ingenti, 48c25 . gl. enormem, Bcr. 35d3 . stúag dermár, FA 8 (dermáir, LB). drochet dérmár, 22 (dermair, LB). mac Maoiliduin dermair (: Fāil), TFrag. 48.4 . mor ndrong ndhermáir ndána, Alex. 129 . duine dermáir, PH 2584 . do-rat . . . grád dermáir di, 831 . dobrón derbháir, Buile S. 130.24 (§ 68) . debtha dermara, CCath. 85 . todernama dermáire, PH 6644 . eirgiss . . . doinionn dermhair, Fl. Earls 8.17 . Compar. dermairi, CCath. 759 . As adv. in dermairiu gl. vehementius, Ml. 48c20 .

dermat

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Forms: dermet, dermait

n o,[n.], later m. vn. of do-ruimnethar. IGT Decl. § 11 . Verbs § 99 . forgetting; forgetfulness, oblivion: dermet, Ml. 23d11 . g s. ancride in dermait the injury of oblivion, 23d12 . tucsat na druíd dig ndermait dó a potion of forgetfulness, LU 4030 ( SC § 48 ). a inchind dermait do buain a cind Cind- faelaid his brain of forgetfulness, Laws iii 86.y . ní raibhe . . . | fer díchill dibh na dermuitt a man neglected or forgotten, BNnÉ 287.34 . With obj. gen.: i ndermut gnimae nDæ, Ml. 124c2 . durumenarsom Dia dia dermut he thought that God had forgotten him, 32d10 . mna delbda . . . a nd.¤ ni dlegar dím, LL 137a12 . lind dermait De the liquor that causes forgetfulness of God, Mon. Tall. 6 (129.32) . dearmad cuimhne mistaken notion , Content. xvi 22 . With prep. AR: dermad ar dubail- chib, ZCP viii 215 § 74 . dogní d.¤ di forgets: na déin dearmad do chloinn Ír, Rel. Celt. ii 299.1 . téit ar d.¤ is forgotten: dogníd C. cacha maitne . . . cach cless díb . . . na digsitís ar d.¤ no dichumni úad, TBC 2123 . tú dá chur ar dearmad causing him to be forgotten, TD 29.17 . téit i nd.¤ , id.: co mbad lugaide dechsad i nd.¤ ond eclais, PH 5207 . co ndechsat na tri anmand sin i nd.¤ a hEre, Dinds. 110 ( RC xvi 61.16 ). dobeir i nd.¤ forgets: an drong . . . do-bheir i ndearmad . . . a gcríoch dhéidheanach, TSh. 224 . go dtugaid a charaid i ndearmad é, 3899 .

Compd. ¤obair mistaken action: do ládh druim, gér dhear- mad-obair, | le clár Chuinn, Ir. Monthly 1920, 314 § 3 ( DDána 89 ).

dermatach

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Forms: dermaitech

adj (dermat) also dermaitech, PH 8330 . forgetful, oblivious: a n-as d.¤ gl. oblitus, Ml. 28b12 . nombin d.¤ gl. me oblivisci, 20a4 . rop d.¤ uilc, Tec. Corm. 6 (14.33) . dermatcha seirce, 16 (28.15) . nídam dermudach n-innsce, ZCP v 503.10 . a dermadach cacha maithiusa, YBL 162a10 . nip dermudach foir do not forget it, 23 N 10, 89.5 . gurab gnáthach leo bheith dearmadach san chommaoin chuirthear orra, Keat. ii 5319 . Attrib. astad docha[i]r dermataigh .i. . . . asta[d] in droch- cuir i ndermaitenn nech a diubairt, O'C. 1065 ( H. 3.18 440a).

dermataid, dermaitid

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v (dermat) forgets, overlooks, omits, leaves behind: ná dermat in ríg las 'tái, Met. Dinds. iii 202.41 . na dermaitid timna ṅDé, SR 4869 . mithigh oirchill an éaga | duine dhínn ní dheirméada, Dán Dé v 7 . cían ó d'ibess digh ndermaid | . . . | nocha dermódainn don digh | Muaidh na Ṡuca, Prolegomena 44 § 1 . ro dermaitis do gradh nadura, ZCP iv 390.9 . ro-s-dermait hi, PH 66 . dermatis a bachall tair (= oblitus est), Lat. Lives 111.6 . nochar dermaitestar Dia mor me, O'Dav. 730 . do dhermaid isan tig e, SG 5.27 . nir dhermait in doirseoir gan in custam d'iarraidh did not fail to demand custom, Fl. Earls 90.5 . tré phéin na bpeacadh marbh- thach dhearmadtar 'na bhfaoisidin, TSh. 4362 . cona derma- tar a chói that mourning for him be not forgotten, LL 275a8 . forruimther a cend forsin chloich ┐ rodermatad and, 122b24 . rodermaittedh eisium he was overlooked, BNnÉ 301.6 . roder- madad in aidchi sin M. cen a chuidig M.'s supper was forgotten, Ériu v 36. 16 .

See do-ruimnethar.

dermatche

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n ,f. (dermatach) forgetfulness: cia mesam tacra? . . . a báis, a d.¤ , Tec. Corm. § 23 .