1 derscaigthe

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Forms: derscaigthi, derscaigthiu, -dearscaithi, derscaigthiu, derscigthu

adj io, iā part. of do-róscai distinguished, excelling, conspicuous, excellent: gl. praelatus, Ml. 109c8 ; praestans, 110d8 . pl. derscaigthi (praelati), 100c26 ; na derscaigthiu (praestantes), 37b22 ; inna nd.¤ (praestantium), 123a7 . etach ṅd.¤ , Ml. 120d2 . delb d.¤ , LL 284a49 . delb rod.¤ , TBC² 1610 (LU) = -dearscaithi, YBL. con n-ecusc derrscaithe, RC iii 344 . edaighe d.¤ , Alex. 888 . léni derscaigthi, TBC 5402 . léne dergscoithi, TBC² 3344 ; ib. 3354 . tlacht d.¤ , LL 117b29 . tonach d.¤ , TTr.² 496 . cathluirech d.¤ , CCath. 5212 . claideb dercscoithi, TBC² 3345 . ceol d.¤ , RC xx 40 . dá dam Dile d.¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 198 . ina maighistir foirccthe derrscaighthe, FM iii 644 . di ingein .i. da óig derscaigti, PH 2533 . co triur derscaigthi rempu, MU² 583 . ina ndlúmaib dicra derscaigthi (of troops), MR 222 . Compar. derscaigthiu (gl. conspectior), Ml. 78b1 ; (praestantior), 119d4 . in t-arm is derscaidti bai dib, RC xxiv 196 (YBL), dersciddu (gl. potiora), Wb. 23b3 (prima manu, = derscigthu?).

2 derscaigthe

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x see derscugud.

derscaigthech

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adj o, ā. (derscaigthe) distinguished, pre-eminent, conspicuous, excellent: ecna derrscaigtech, PH 314 . forcedul d.¤ , LB 122a32 . co cumtuch d.¤ dergóir, FA 13 . ór derscaithech, YBL 165b12 . cach finna . . . derscaigtech, TBC² 2029 (LU = dearscaithech, YBL). bretnais derscaithech, 3147 . bratt d.¤ , TBC 1715 . timtachta dearsgaightheacha, 5497 (St.). long . . . 'sí d.¤ dermair, Lat. Lives 108 . inad derrscaidthech o cach inad surpassing all other places, YBL 169a21 . co céolaib dersgaidtecha, BColm. p. 104 . a chochall . . . cona chluicínib derscaithechaib, LB 205b27 . ar a chaime ar ba derrscaithech a dhealbh som, Cóir Anm. 159 . co ndealbaib derrscaighthecha forro, SG 78 . re deunamh duan ndearsgaitheach ar na sean- chusaibh, Ms. Mat. 574.36 . da nathraigh derscaigtecha two specially conspicuous snakes, CCath. 4121 . Of persons: ba derscaidech side ar erriud . . . sech ógu na haimsire sin, Fianaig. 6 . cia . . . i talam is uaisli ana'n ri, ar is de nach derscaithech ri aile acht ri nime, YBL 167b9 . ingen derscaid- teach, 174b32 . erlabraidh deirscaigthech, TTr.² 223 . da macc derrscaigthechu, LL 377a3 . da primfaith derscaigthecha, CCath. 929 . os degferaib derscaigtecaib in domuin, 4374 . As subst. distinguished person: D. . . . derrsgaightech Gaeidhel Erenn, ALC i 112.22 .

derscaigthetu

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Forms: derscaigthetaid, der- scaigdetaid

n t, [m.] (derscaigthe) excellence, pre-eminence: trisin derscaigthetaid (gl. eminentiam), Ml. 37a22 . huan der- scaigdetaid , Ml 64d7 .

derscnaid

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adj i (cf. derscnaigid) = derscaigthe: isin duain dears- gnaidh, Hy Fiachr. 176 . togha duine óig ┐ dearscnuigh, 1 Sam. ix 2 . glór dearsgnuigh, Prov. xvii 7 .

derscnaidech

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adj = derscnaid. Compar. is derrscnaidechu co mór an ainim do saerad . . . andas an corp do sasad, 3 B 23, 8b11 = is derrs[c]naigetu, PH 5995 .

derscnaigid

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v = derscaigid (see do-róscai).

(a) Intrans. excels, surpasses (with DE of pers.): amail dersgnaighit a ndaoir (de . . .), TBC 422 St. aeingem . . . do derscnaig do gemcum- tachaib an domain, CCath. 4713 . do dheársgnuidh Eoghan do Chonn, ML 10 . fear rodhearsgnaidh ar eccna ┐ ḟoghlaim do lucht na hEorpa uile, FM 867 . rodersccnaidh ar goil . . . da mbaoi ann, 1281 . go rodhearscnaige a dhelb da cach delb, MR 114 . aen drem rodersnaigset (sic) do gasradaib glan- Fódla, 184 . go nderscnōchaidh si d'uile oibreachaibh, Fl. Earls 220 . With AR: do derrscnaid an festa so ar cach uile festa, 3 B 22, 92b24 . do dheárrscnuigh duibhe ar ghile an laoi prevailed over, Ó Bruad. i 24 . With TAR: i dtréithibh do dhearscnuigh tar mhíltibh, Hackett p. 52 .

(b) Trans. explains, interprets: is e no derscnaiged dam cech ní no iarfaigind de 'na belra fen, PH 2620 = rodearscaiged dam cach ar raideadar na hEabraide 'na mberla fen, YBL 141b25 .

(c) rodearrscnaideadar na hIudaidi a maint ┐ a fiacla a n-agaid N. bared, displayed (?), YBL 143b46 .

derscnaigthe

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adj (derscnaigid) = derscaigthe: craob derscnaigte álainn, SG 272 . coroin mōr-lōig d.¤ , Fl. Earls 60 . inghean dersgnuithe do mhnáibh an domhain surpassing all women, RC xxix 140 . a delb sein is derscnaigthi da cach deilb, MR 186 . Superl. an tí fá dearsgnaighthe don treibh sin, Keat. i 72 .

derscnaigthech

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adj o, ā. (derscnaigthe) outstanding, striking: topar derscnaighthech, BNnÉ 326 . Of the sense of taste: loigh- dighthir í intan nach mothuigheann acht neithi derrsgnuigh- theacha mothuightheacha, 3 C 1 9, 110 vb12.

derscnugud

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o,m. vn. of derscnaigid.

(a) act of excelling, sur- passing (absol. or with DE): d.¤ deilbi do dainib in domain beauty of form surpassing all men, MR 118 ; 114 . nar míadh leis nech do derrscnugud de féin, CCath. 279 . don d.¤ du na gradaib is isli inas, Laws v 28 . an derrscnughadh (sic MS.) beres grian do reannoibh na firmamente, ITS v 12 .

(b) distinguishing, differentiating: Poimp Maighe ┐ Iul Cesair: robui écutrumus mór ┐ derrscnugud dermair iter ord a flaithiusa ┐ indram a n-aicenta ┐ a n-aíssi a great difference, CCath. 325 (derscuccudh, v.l.). ni mhothuighind in cedfad acht derrsgnughad na neithi mothuightheach (i.e. sensation arises from the perception of differences), 3 C 19, 67 vb30 . briathra annso o Thomas de Quino . . . eir dersgnugud an creidmhe ar naemhadh coirp Críst san altóir displaying (?), Lib. Fl. i 37ra3 . Cf. fa chóirighthibh ceolchaire . . . do dhé- arscnaimh deagh-dhana dírigh melodious choirs . . . to render song, Keat. Poems 868 .

derscugud

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Forms: dearrscaithi, dearscaithi

o,m. vn. of do-róscai.

(a) excelling, surpassing (with DE); pre-eminence: ind dærscugud (gl. comparatio), Sg. 40a10 . o d.¤ don comparit di hilib a cheneiuil fessin `the sur- passing by the comparative of many of its own kind', 40a8 . do derscuguth di posit `to surpass the positive', 42a5 . tre d.¤ fir `through the pre-eminence of the man', 29a4 . a d.¤ do doinib `that He excelled men', Ml. 129b12 . nírbó menma léa ben . . . do d.¤ dí ar chóemi, TTr.² 365 . do dhearsccughadh dona tighernaibh in order to outshine the lords, FM v 1426 . berid diib d.¤ he excels them, Críth Gabl. 259 . romclaeietar mo dubailce co fuilet mo naimdiu ic derrscugud dim, D iv 2, 67vb5 . rug dersgughadh do Lochlannaibh i n-niurt cloidhimh, TFrag. 170 . an dimais .i. saint ┐ acobar a derscaigti fein ac nech desire for one's own pre-eminence, 3 B 22, 6b23 . ? Pl. dearrscaithi ┐ miadhamlacht De, BB 15a44 = dearscaithi, Lec. 528a9 .

(b) distinguishing, differentiating: targid cach ben díb . . . log damsa ar d.¤ a delba do na mnaib aile for setting her beauty above that of the other women, LL 229a34 . robo buideach in Coimde deseom tria derrscochad a egna ┐ a eolais sech mainib in tsaegail (of Solomon's choice), YBL 166b50 . atragat . . . do d.¤ chomrome to decide, LL 34a43 = do chinniud, Ériu iv 100 . Of the degrees of comparison: i nd.¤ .i. possit ┐ comparait ┐ superlait, Auraic. 643 .