descip

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n d s. (poet.) right hand: co nduibciunn ina desscip .i. ina láim deiss, ACC 124 (RC xx). See scíp.

desclach

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adj o, ā. (descol?) active? contentious?: drúi donn d.¤ , K. and H. 26 .

? descol

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ind cruaid a d.¤ Crimthan co mbúaid, LL 45a34 (MS. Mat. 485 ) = a threscul, Rawl. 85b12 ( RC xxxvi 262 ).

desctha

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x see nemdesctha.

Descuirit

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Forms: Deiscuirit

n.pr. m. D.¤ m. con Ithaig, BB 145a12 . Deiscuirit m. con Ithaig, Lec. 235a .

deṡerbde

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adj io,iā unsoured, unleavened: n p. deserbdi gl. azymi, Wb. 9b12 . See serb.

deserud

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x see deisred.

deṡétaigthe

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adj io,iā (sét) gl. (vita) devia, Ml. 35a16 .

Desgabair

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pn in the topographical term Laigin D. southern Leinster, Ossory (opp. to L. Tuathgabair); also used inde- pendently in the same meaning. MacNeill, Phases of Ir. Hist. p. 107 , explains it as `South of the Gabair', i.e. G. Laigen in S. Kildare. Cf. perhaps: Mael Ruain . . . grían már desmaig Midi (= M. desmaig?), Fél. Prol. 226 , glossed ri mag andes ata a chell .i. Tamlachtu, LB. Probably, however, the true reading is des maig; see dess and O'Rahilly, Early Irish Hist. and Myth. 462 . ār Laighen Desgabhair . . . ria nOsraighibh, FM 876 . is and fognítis Laigin Deasgabair in laithi ndedhenach de is de adberar ec[h]tres Osairghi, BB 360b5 = Dinds. 18 (p. 412) . loiscfid tesgabair (.i. Osraigi), ZCP xii 238 . rí Laighean Dessgabair .i. Ui Cinnsiolaigh, CS 858 . biathad dā mīs ō Laignib .i. mī ō Laigin Tuathgabair ┐ mī ō Laigin Deasgabair, Lec. 373a ( BR 32 ). dā chēd molt maith in chabair | ōna Laignib D.¤ , 381b (= BR 222 ). Tuath Brecraidi for Laigin D.¤ ┐ for Osraigib, 350b48 . Tadhg an triath a Desgabhair, TFrag. 218 .

desgabál

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n ā,f. (dess or di-ess- LEIA D-61 + gabál) the Ascension: i mbliadain desga- bala Crist, Fél. p. 262 . Sanais iar ccáiscc ┐ deasgabhail in earrach the feast of the Ascension in the spring, FM v 1662 . Diardaoin Deasghabhála Ascension Thursday, Donl. 36 .

desi

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n pl. of daiss? heaps (?): co ndernsat cnámbrétaigh ┐ d.¤ fodhailti (deise combruite, v.l.) dá cnamaibh, CCath. 2108 .