Dero

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n.pr. m., Rawl. 151b33 .

? deroig

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ind ni d.¤ , TBC² 975 .

deróil

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Forms: dereoil, deroil, deroliu, deróile

adj Also dereoil, (*de-ro-fóil(l), Wortk. 176 ) mean, lowly, insignificant, small: deroil gl. contemptibilis, Wb. 17b4 . cia ba d.¤ la nech tamen etsi nihil sum , 18a7 . delb deroil, Ml. 88b4 . luic deroli mean places, 92d11 . dispectus .i. derōil, Corm. Y 406 . samaigthir gach ndereoil ar tus = omne vile prius ponitur, Auraic. 518 . ar brú d.¤ a derce on the feeble brink of his grave, Met. Dinds. iii 396.7 . mic grad no daim ndereoil, no dam ndereoil nachat graid foden, Laws v 86.9 Comm. Cf. fo-mac .i. in deroil-mac, 510.20 Comm. is fo deroil . . . air- mither na mic so uile, O'C. 2232 ( Eg. 88, 16 (17)d ). docuir edach deroil drochdatha uime, ZCP vi 275.24 . i ndúr- bhothaibh dearóile, TSh. 914 . betha bocht dereoil, Arch. iii 321 § 1 . athchomsan in deireoil disparaging the humble, 240 § 2 . achmusán do na dereóilib, SG 46.14 . an tan bhíos an bocht go dearóil fá thár, TSh. 9891 . bíd na cótaidhe cnis do éudach dheróil gharbh 'the vnder coates shall be of vile and course cloath' Ériu xv 68 § 5 . pn As sobriquet: Cnú D.¤ (name of Finn's dwarf minstrel), Acall. 614 , 633 . C. Deireoil, 5298 . Crom D.¤ , MU² 360 . Cromm Derōil, BColm. 80.24 . Compar. deroliu, Ml. 90b5 . deróile, PH 4809 .

See delóir.

deróile

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n Also dereoile , f. (deróil) smallness, insignificance, low- liness, mean estate: ar a inísle ┐ ar a deroile, PH 5330 . a d.¤ táinic a broinn a máthar in how mean estate, SG 42.33 . créad é a dhearóile ataoi = quam vilis facta es nimis, TSh. 10434 . na tróig ┐ na deblena na marbtis . . . fora ṅdereoile on account of their insignificance, LB 155b7 . daerneimead .i. nemed diuire no deireoile, Laws v 14.20 Comm. dearóile th'intinne, Keat. iii 3149 . fios na dearóile ┐ na huirísle ór fhásadar of their mean and humble origin, ii 5320 .

deróilecht

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Forms: -ólacht

n -ólacht ā, f. (deróil) smallness, insignificance, low- liness: is mochen bíos isin bethaid boicht . . . acht nár budh derólacht aindeonachta lowliness unwillingly endured, SG 44.16 . tarcaisne ar duine eile ar deireolacht a pearsuinne, Ériu v 124.75 . atá do deireoilecht na diadachta imaille frium so small is my piety, LB 280b69 . disbig ┐ dereólacht ┐ neamgrádh an tṡaeguil contempt , H. 3.18, 557.7 . See derólach.

deróilid

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v (deróil) makes lowly, abases: deroilid ┐ toirnid na pecdachu = humiliat, FA 1 (LB) ( IT i 170.13 ).

deróiligid

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v (deróil) abases, humiliates: deróilig mise . . . ┐ maslaig, SG 410.15 . na deróilig ┐ na dímicnid he = ne despexeris, PH 5851 . na dóine . . . nosderóiliget fen ar inísle = qui semet ipsos despiciunt, 6856 . na deroligend ` degrades ', Laws i 54.13 Comm.

déroinn

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n (1 rann) division into two parts: iar nd.¤ a muintire, Hugh Roe 214.7 (fo. 57a) . ro rannta i ndé . . . ar as d.¤ no bhíodh for gach n-aisccidh (sic leg.), 200.3 (fo. 53a) .

? deroit

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ind fuaim nd.¤ , ZCP xii 364.24 ( H. 3.18 18a ).

derólach

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adj (deróil) small, insignificant, petty: compar. na bi diruidhi no na bi dereolaighe na sin in raith of less value, Laws i 296.6. Comm.

derosc

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n o(cf. rosc) determining, defining, testing; verdict: d.¤ .i. cinded, H. 3.18, 286.20 . derusc .i. derbhchinnedh exact determination, O'Dav. 712 . na desruithiu deruscaib .i. . . . inni derbcinnter, 639 . d.¤ cach fola `(the leech's) verdict on every wound', Ériu xii 32 § 41 (see pp. 68, 92). co dil no d.¤ `until judgment or decision', Laws iv 28.1 . co brith no deroscc, v 376.4 . co ro dlomtar a dearusc, 96.18 (expld. as deirbcinne, 98.5 ). iar nderuscc co nach lais in tir `after proof', iv 26.24 Comm. co nd.¤ in arslaine `the test of its recovery', 302.4 = co d.¤ (i)n-a[u]rslaine inna íarsláini `until the verdict of fore-health in his after-health', Críth Gabl. 56 and note p. 26. achtar dloma deruisc fir foglama fessa, Rawl. 114b18 = acht ar-dloma deruisc, etc., Cóic Con. Fug. § 18 . Prob. for: acht [i]ar [n]dloma[d] deruisc after the verdict has been declared, p. 80 .