desschéimm

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desse

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n see Thurn. Gramm. § 262 . (dess)

(a) the right side, right hand: deissi graece desia .i. dextera , O'Mulc. 307 . arrobo thuaisre doṡuidiu issed ropo desse do Crist, Thes. ii 254 (cf. 256.6 ). bruithe for dese Dé, Ml. 128a3 . indessiu, 127c26 (cf. Idg. Forsch. xi 219 ). tuc in clérech a deissi úada, ZCP iii 36.15 .

(b) rightness, fairness, seemliness, justice; pleasant aspect, comeliness, beauty: mumme diabuil cen deissi, Met. Dinds. iii 138 . gráid cen dlecht cen deisse, 222 . as i a toraidhécht ar tāin | dorat a dāil gan desi, Celt. Rev. iv 212 . (of territory) cach fuither dia fríth co se | gairm cen dīth ara d.¤ | nolenand fir ind ḟachain | cen cop dír do degathair on account of its pleasant aspect (Dinds. of Descert), LL 216b39 . sēpēl ro-onōrach ar dheissi in domain exceedingly pretty, Fl. Earls 72 . a ngalari ba lōr . . . feabhus ┐ deissi sa doman, 78 .

dessebar

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n (dess) the south, southern aspect: desebar gréine .i. inat ina deas faobhar ngreine, ut est a desebhar ardtrichem talman, O'Dav. 705 . rosaig turcbail ┐ funed ngrene ┐ dessiu- bar ┐ tuadebur ndomain, Mon. Tall. 162.40 (85) . deisebair re tesogad, Ériu i 39 . tairisidh . . . ina lubhghort fria deiseabhair na grene, Lism. L. 1885 .

dessel

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Forms: deiseal, deisell

n orig. o,n.? (dess + sel) (cf. tuaithbel) deiseal deisell m., IGT Decl. § 11 . f., § 12 .

(a) direction of the sun, right-hand course. Most freq. ds. as adv. and prep. sunwise, righthand- wise: iar ṅdul a crí . . . co Crist . . . for doi dessel, SR 8198 . Deisel Temrach . . . fót . . . i sóitís dáine deisel, Met. Dinds. i 24 . imsoi deisell ┐ dothoet in a frithlurg afrithisi i tír n- Ulad, Lat. Lives 4 . teit iarsin dessiul Senchan, Corm. s.v. prúll = teitt deissiul Senchain, Corm. Y xvii , totæd deissiul Sencan, Corm. Y xi . tossuither in carpat éis (sic) for desel, LL 119b21 . ansu . . . co n-imparrá in carpat deisel, ┐ co tí nert int ṡeuin ara tísam ar frithisi, TBC² 25 . mar ar' impo for deissel, Acall. 7915 . oiret rabh grian ar deiseal, 520 . atá lecc . . . ag Druim L., maidm re ríg Laigen . . . da tí in daghḟer 'na deisel, 4518 . remi-déce iarmo-déce tairsceo desiul sceo tuathbil do-féce, ZCP xi 93 § 22 . da cuirther [an Cathach] tri huaire desiul a timchell sluaigh Cineoil Conaill é . . ., BCC § 178 . an t-impodh desiul, § 78 . issed ro gabsat deisiul Temra ┐ tuaithbiul Breg, BDD 26.16 . dolluid desel relci, Aisl. MC 11 . tic fotrí deisiul in t-sluaigh (of a circuit made by a cleric round an army to bless it), Lism. L. 3104 . cach mac tigirn . . . do thē desell in brogo, ZCP iii 214 = SG 398 . luid in Liath M. do chelebrad do Emir ┐ dochuaid ina d.¤ fo thrí ┐ desel Dúin Imrid, LL 123a19 . do thriall asan nGotia . . . deiseal Eorpa go hEaspáinn having E. on the right, Keat. ii 583 . With pref. RO: dodechaid réim rodessil, Met. Dinds. iii 342 . In n.loc. ata Dessel Temra etir in da charn na mac- craide, Met. Dinds. i 24 . hi táob Deisil na Temrach, Dinds. 1 § 39 ( RC xv 284 ).

adj (b) From the idea that sunwise was a lucky or auspicious direction comes the extended or more generalized meaning what is lucky, favourable, propitious: aithrigi is ī in seiseadh fōs | cach deisel is dī dacuas every right step (?) proceeds from it, Arch. iii 237 § 26 (cf. cach ndírech). Dia deisel na deise | eision ┐ isi God be propitious to the pair of them, DDána 98.33 . te- glach tighi Dé na deiseall . . . in his favour (?), IGT Decl. ex. 366 . deiseal dúine ár n-eolas air lucky for us that we are on our way to him, Ó Bruad. iii 210 . ar thrí teangtha d'fhighe ar dheisiol adroitly , 102 .

dessid

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dessigid, dessaigid

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Forms: deisighthe, dessigud, desachadh, deisechadh

v (dess) trans., also intrans. in refl. or middle sense. IGT Verbs § 106 .

(a) arrays, adjusts, prepares, makes ready: do deisighdur iat they accoutred themselves, Fier. 52 . do dheisighdur do breith ar n-ech uainn `they made ready to take our horses from us', 110 . do dheisidh a buille air `he adjusted his blow against him', 63 . ro deisig a dubh-gai n-dibraicthi, MR 152 . fot glūn nochomdeisigfinn I would not put (set?) myself at thy knee (i.e. I would not yield to thy authority), ZCP x 45. 1 . erigh co luath . . . ┐ desigh na haltóra `make ready the altars', BCC § 227 . do desaiged long . . . d'Fionn, SG 265 . do dheasaigh a clúmh társa she disposed her feathers over them, Atlantis iv 134 . nir deisid na hain- minti so do sriantaib na do dilataib orda (of Christ riding into Jerusalem on an ass), 3 B 22, 113a21 . cialluighidh díoghbháil do dhaoinibh comhachtacha . . . go sonnradhach insna háitibh chum a ndeasuigheann sí a hearball towards which it points its tail (of a comet), Corp. Astron. 162 . ullmuighid ┐ desuighidh cum etici uilidhi it prepares and makes ready for complete hectic, 3 C 19, 158 raz . thug an croiceann isteach ┐ do dheasuigh ar cheann Chonáin é arranged it, Eachtra Lomnochtáin § 36 .

(b) dresses, prepares (food): le bualtach a mbó . . . deisigit gach uile bíadh . . . do díth tenedh, Maund. 114 . an uair dheasoighim an biadh, Desid. 5613 .

Part. da mbethmais deisighthe arar n-echaibh `if we were seated on our horses', Fier. 98 . vn. dessigud (dessugud): siad ga ndessugad fen docum cathaighte, BCC § 305 . adubairt . . . in long do deisiugudh, ZCP vi 51 . desachadh, deisechadh, IGT Verbs § 106 .

dessra

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-desta

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Forms: desta

ind (in budesta ) see fecht.

desti

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n residue (?), remnant (?): co nabair i fhut fheineachuis `nach dilius daghrath d.¤ na flatha', Laws ii 270.16 .

1 dét

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Forms: d., déid, d., déit, dēt, dēta, deoit, dētu, déta, dēda, dētuib, ndeut, déd

n nt, n. a s. d.¤ , ZCP i 64 . g s. déid, A. Ó Dálaigh xliii 6 (late MSS.). d s. d.¤ , Ml. 117d5 (see Thurn. Gramm. § 325 ), Cóir Anm. 41 . déit, Sg. 67b10 . n p. dēt, IT i 132 . ZCP viii 196 . dēta, BDD 2 . Aisl. MC 97 . O'Dav. 1057 . deoit, TBC 5309 . Otia ii 88 . a p. dētu, ZCP iii 20 . déta, LL 23b48 . IT i 69 . dēda, ZCP xii 387 (Laud 615). d p. dētuib, SR 8360 . RC xxiv 382 . TBC 4524 . PH . g p. inna ndeut , Ériu ii 136 . d.¤ , LL 193a5 . Trip.² 1319 . im cholg ṅd.¤ , TBC 2572 . acc. du. idir adám d.¤ , Lism. L. 4547 . déd m., IGT Decl. § 95 .

I Tooth: do déit gl. ad dentem, Sg. 67b10 . huan dét ascatu gl. emulo dente, Ml. 117d5 . gela det and, dubai brai, IT i 132 . biait a beóil partardeirg imma deta nemanda, 69 . batar inand ┐ frais do nemannaib a deta ina cind, BDD § 2 . nad accamar gen gári for du déta riam, LL 279a10 . beóil deirg thanaide leiss, deoit niamda némanda, TBC 5309 . robean a deda he gnashed his teeth, Dinds. 80 . crith for detuib chattering of teeth, SR 8360 . PH . crith ar détaib, RC xxiv 382 . a déta for crith, PH 7760 . duiscthi drenn .i. crithnaiges detu, ZCP iii 20 . nocha foghnann a dhéta don torc sin d'ithi neich, O'Dav. 1057 . uair nach tarba in cend cen a deta ho minigther na biada dona ballaib, PH 6817 . d.¤ fiss Fionn's wisdom-tooth under which he placed his thumb when seeking inspiration: atrubairt friss a d.¤ fiss | re mac Cumaill cen eslis, LL 207b21 . Stokes Festschr. 8 . tuc a ordain fo a d.¤ fis, 7 do faillsiged fírinne dhó, Acall. 203 . mó dhed fis, RC xiii 7 . CF p. 74 .

II Set of teeth, the teeth. Cf. idir adám d.¤ (of the upper and lower teeth), Lism. L. 4547 . nocha ttainic tar a dhéd | ní badh breg nó bhadh brefal, ZCP i 164 = Mart. Don. July 25 . póga dlúithe dā dhéd thirim, 3 C 13, 579 . an déad ar dath néamhuinne, TD 15.182 . tarla i mbéal na mbriathar mall | déad roigheal mar ḟras néamhann, 39.18 . bean an déid daithghil, A. Ó Dálaigh xliii 6 . an déad arna dhubhadh, TSh. 32 . nā mealludh so thú . . . an mhala chaol nā an déad ceart even teeth (?), 23 D 4, 131 . Fig. déad suim re sonnadh suain `an efficacious palisade round my sleep', Ó Bruad. ii 128 .

III As attrib. gen., of ivory . See Reeves Ad. 159 .

(a) In colg (claideb etc.) d.¤ ivory-hilted sword: rogabastar a ocht claidbini ima arm d.¤ ndrechsolus, TBC² 1913 (im cholg ṅd.¤ ṅd.¤ , TBC 2572 ). calg d.¤ .i. ara mbiat na helta d.¤ .i. d.¤ míl moir a imduirn `on which are the hilts of tooth, i.e. its hilts are of a whale's tooth', O'Dav. 567 . claidib . . . co n-eltaib d.¤ co n-imduirnib airgdidib, LL 53a5 . claideb d.¤ (c. co n-eltaib d.¤ , c. co nd.¤ , c. co n-imdorn d.¤ , v.l.), BDD 103 . calc d.¤ co nimdurn diad, TBC² 3159 . a ocht ngothnatha má goth néit, 1915 . a n-ocht cuilg ṅd.¤ ┐ a n-ocht ṅgothnatta neíd (néd, neid, v.l.), TBC 3557 . re lainn d.¤ ` ivoried blade ', O'Gr. Cat. 376 . iarla . . . colg ndéad, 3 C 1 3, 773 . i ráith . . . na gcolg ndéad, TD 25.18 .

(b) With other nouns: cloch medóin do dhornchla dh.¤ , IGT Decl. ex. 80 . ar ndornchur ndéd noilfint, Rel. Celt. ii 262 . go n-a brannuibh déad, Ériu i 95 (`with its ivory chess- men', J. Fleming). branán déd Clár na cCuradh (epithet of a chief), 23 L 17, 47 b . Cf. further: cen dailb ṅdet | ainm Essa Ruaid co romet, LL 213a50 = gan deil ndet . . . romeid, BB 392a26 . furtain cēt a cuid prainne | i ndubtair dhet degcaille, BB 393b35 = LL 214a8 .

Compds. ¤bán white-toothed: macaom . . . dedbán, LL 396.5 . ¤chengtach (?): badb detcengtach, Cog. 174 . ¤chain n.pr. m. gen. m. D. m. Niad, LL 349g (= Dedchain, LB 17a ). ? ¤chor see Contribb. 486.y . ¤gail: fo d. dúir, SR 6375 . ¤gel white-toothed , LL 130b8 . Met. Dinds. iii 182 . O'Gr. Cat. 405 . ¤glés gnashing of teeth (?): d. ┐ imchomailt fiacla na míledh, TTr.² 866 . ¤idu toothache: mecon sobargine do cur fon cacuilt ┐ icaid detiga, 24 B 3, 56.37 . icaid siban . . . in detiguin, 60.30 . Cf. déideadh, Dinneen . ¤ tooth-brilliance: in cétrí (sic leg.) rogab in bith | glan a dētlī ┐ a dath, BB 487a13 . ¤ṡolus bright-toothed , LL 266b43 . TD 20.112 . Dāire d., CF 11 . Déadṡolus, a fanciful Hibernicization of Daedalus , TD 20.58 .

2 dét

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Forms: deut, diat

n toothful, morsel (?): d.¤ .i. tomhaltas nó biadh, O'Cl. Cf. do bhíudh is d.¤ fionnḟuar, TBC 6115 . deut ` meat, food, diet , rather diat', P. O'C.