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 .

dertan

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x see derdan.

derthach

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x see dairthech.

Derthacht

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x see Daurthacht.

Dérthan

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n.loc., name of a well , LL 380a18 . Cf. derdan.

Dertnad

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n.pr. m. gen. (?) Corp D.¤ , BB 196a44 .

derucc

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x see dercu.

? deruich

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ind is imaernu dessa d.¤ (.i. isi sidhe robo condalbus a cineóil), Ériu ii 5 .

derusc

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x see derosc, -ad.