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 .

deroscad

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n o,m. (derosc?): cach tengad (leg. tenga?) a deroschad, YBL 140a20 . Cf. O'Dav. 597 : deruscad .i. dellra[d] scoth brilliance (lucidity) of words (?).

Derothar

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Forms: Derothor

n.pr. m. Derothor, TBC² 1740 .

Derra

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Forms: Dera, Darera

n.pr. f., BB 254b6 = Dera, Cóir Anm. 211 , and Darera, LL 138b7 .

? dérrachtach

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ind do brég deóir ón dérrachtuigh, IGT Decl. ex. 1466 .

derrait

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x see derrit.

? derrden

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ind dorala d.¤ do ┐ sacart ic dol do láim isin dertigh, D iv 2, 67vb16 .

Derréne

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Forms: Derreni, Derrine

n.pr. m.: m. Derreni , LL 313c13 . BB 126a44 = m. Derrine , Rawl. 121b26 .

derrit, derrait

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Forms: derride

adj secret, hidden, remote, secluded: secreta . . . .i. deirrit, Rawl. 70b16 . deirrid .i. diamhair no seicréid, O'Cl. cech comairli d.¤ bis eter na cairdib, PH 8004 . i coccubus d.¤ in menman, 6087 . oen . . . do na runib derritib, 6194 . betha bocht dereoil d.¤ (: menicc) a life of poverty, lowliness, and seclusion, Arch. iii 321 § 1 . fer indisis a caemdu discir no derruit ar in mnai ` bed-secrets ', Laws v 134.20 Comm. scre- ball d.¤ as gach tig a special `screpall' (?), Fen. 222.13 . Of places: in tan dogné ernaigthi, eirg a n-inad ṅd.¤ , PH 7997 . illocaib derrite, Alex. 674 . tucad . . . í tech ṅderrait ṅdiamair, Acall. 2065 , 2904 . a ngrianán ndeirrit, 3530 . ticche diorraide diamhra, Ériu iv 51 § 10 . As subst. secret, mystery: ro-fhitir Dia rúine ┐ derrite na ṅdoine, PH 5127 . an Coimdedh . . . dianad reil cach nd.¤ ndiamuir, D iv 2, 74va14 . secret place: 'nar ndíthruib, 'nar nderriteib, SR 6340 . Compar. derride, TTebe 456 .

derritacht

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n (derrit) ā,f. secrecy, that which is secret: do tais- pensit a n-uile gliocas ┐ derridacht da chéle all their skill and secret cunning, TBC 3849 (St.). nir dercsad na hairm ortha re deirrideacht a n-eididh `the proof of their armour', Celt. Rev. iv 118.z .