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deoda adj io, iā (2 día) godly, divine: d. ¤ .i. diada, Th. Ir. Gl. 130 .
fiacal Declain d. ¤ , LL 370e26 . Dia d. ¤ , SR 4738 , 5670 , 7569 , 8173 .
Dauid d. ¤ , 6610 , cf. 6799 , 6898 . Samuel d. ¤ , 7448 . Fer d. ¤
80(n.pr. m.), LL 331c53 . decheng deodae a godly pair, Fél.
Mar. 7 . aes d. ¤ , SR 4385 . tegdais d. ¤ (of the Temple), 7671 .
comscribeann d. ¤ holy writing , Laws v 450 ; cf. 368 (deoga).
fled d. ¤ a godly banquet (feeding the poor, etc.), iii 18 . d. ¤ in
cacht godly the fasting, Fél. p. xxv . gnim déodha (of a miracle),
85 Anecd. i 73 . fis d. ¤ , Laws i 10 . d. ¤ gáir, SR 7679 . d. ¤ nuall,
4415 . d. ¤ tlus, 5397 . Compar. atā nī is d. ¤ liom dīt .i. edpair
edparta mora . . . do Crist I deem it would be a more godly
course for thee to offer
, ZCP iii 227 = YBL 137a39 (deodo
lim duit). Superl. a Choimmdiu as deodam, Fél. Ep. 498 .
Cf. déodhamh .i. do dhéoin Dé, O'Cl. As n.pr. m., gen. mac
5Deodai meic Echdach, Rawl. 155a1 , BB 160b34 .

deodacht n= díadacht (?): dilse na deodachta ar son seoit,
O'Don. 2257 ( Rawl. B 506, 20b ).

? deodatu n(2 día): a dualgus deodaatad (sic) status as a cleric
(opp. to doendatu), O'C. 1390 ( H. 3.18 631a ).

10 deog, deoch n f. On inflection see Thurn. Gramm. § 308 . n s.
deug in O. Ir. glosses, Mid. Ir. deog, later deoch; g s. dige;
d s. dig; a s. dig, later deoch; du. dig; n p. and a p. deoga,
deocha; cf. g p. deochann, MacAingil 572 . deoch f., IGT
Decl. § 165 . drink, draught, potion: deug mór du óul, Ml.
15 94c12 . a mbiad ┐ a ndeug, Tur. 71 . milsem cacha corma a
cét-deog the first draught is the sweetest of all ale, LL 345d58 =
cétdeoch, Tec. Corm. 31.25 . robá i n-ítaid ┐ doratsaid dig
dam, RC iv 246 (LU). tucsat deoch d'aiceit dó, PH 130 . ni
maith do dig, ní maith do indlut for drinking or for washing,
20 LL 283b27 . ibid ina dig . . . al-lind robói isin chuach in one
draught
, FB § 59 = ina oendig, § 62 . doberedside affaing
ṅdergóir cacha dige noibed dond epscop, LL 278b38 . ní ráinic
lind digi liquor to drink, 160a18 . tús dighe the privilege of
drinking first
, Hy Fiachr. 142 . cor ibidur a da ndig asa
25chuislend, Lec. 549a46 . ibait deoga duirbbi fola, TBC 5846 .
as a n-eabur na huasal-deocha, Laws v 408 . do dheochaibh
milse, TSh. 562 . ag ibhi deochann ar a cheile drinking to each
other
, Mac Aingil 572 . deog dermaid a philtre, BB 302a37 .
tucsat dig ndermait dó, LU 4030 ( SC 48 ). Fig. deog a topur
30éca, LL 184b35 . assib digh mbáis, FM 899(poem) (i 558).
deoga tonnaid, BDD § 98 . deog liubair `book-draught' (a
kind of ordeal), Laws v 472 (see Plummer, Ériu ix 115 § 33 ).

deogaire n soothsayer, wizard: d. ¤ .i. drai, Stowe Gl. 56 . See
KZ xli 384 .

35 deogbaire n io,m. (deog) skinker, cupbearer: deoghbhaire .i.
giolla copáin, O'Cl. deogmaire .i. dāilem, Stowe Gl. 70 .
deogbore, RC xii 78 . deogmaire oc dāil usci, LL 209b12 . g s.
fo dáig feraind cuthgaire ┐ d. ¤ , LL 167a51 . brechta druad ┐
arad ┐ cuthchaire ┐ d. ¤ , 9a13 . pl. tri deogbairi ríg Temrach,
40 BDD § 139 . rannaire ra raind ┐ deogbairi ri dáil, MU² 212 .
deogbairi . . . ic dáil dóib, Ériu iv 124 . .x. ndeogmaire, TBC²
1348 ( ¤ baire, LU). dech ndeoghmairi, TBC p. 267, n. 4 (Eg.).
faidhit dailemhain ┐ deoghmhairedha uatha do cuingidh
fíona, FM v 1862 .

45 Deogo n.pr. m. gen., BB 157b46 .

deogras xsee dé-ḟogras.

deogur xsee dé-ḟogur.

deóid, deóig xsee dead.

1 deóin n f., IGT Decl. § 149 (see KZ xxxvii 256 ) will, pleasure,
50 consent: is d. ¤ lim I am willing, wish: munba d. ¤ le Rígh na rann,
ZCP vi 268 . mar is d. ¤ ra ríg na mbreth, LL 298a23 . munbud
d. ¤ let féin, SG 243 . is d. ¤ dom: diamud ferr leo . . . robad d. ¤
dosum, BB 436b50 . ní has mu d. ¤ féin tanac of my own will,
Aen. 1377 . teit mac duine asa d. ¤ foden fri croich, PH 5143 .
55 cen d. ¤ do without his leave, Laws iii 484 . atbath in rí de d. ¤
by the will of God, LL 133a22 . do déoin Fíadat findnime,
Trip.² 1629 . nách ar écin . . . acht is dia d. ¤ féin, PH 3128 . do
dh. ¤ nó ar éigin, TD 1.26 . d'á nd. ¤ is fearr an aicme the tribe is
best when acting of their own will
, Hy Fiachr. 248 . pl. ros-
60bennach a deonaib Dé, LL 164b18 .

2 deóin n well, spring: d. ¤ .i. fuaran nó corr no tibrait, O'Dav.
669 . fothach deoin ditin tuidhidhiu droichit, tochur tas-
cartha, O'C. 723 ( H. 3.18 346 ).

deóinid v(1 déoin) consents: ni deoin toichedh fair impi, Laws
65 i 136.25 Comm. See deónaid.

deóir xsee dé-ḟogur.

deól o,m. vn. of dinid, IGT Verbs § 76 . g s. diúil, deóil; d s.
diúl, deól act of sucking: is d. ¤ rodinetar ind lóig, LL 252a38 .
deol mela a mecna[ib] ibair sucking honey from roots of yew
70(prov.), Aisl. MC 71 . ac díul a da chích, Acall. 3152 . dael oc
a diul, Fél. 42 . mendan ac deol gabair, IT iii 104 . dursan
. . . mac Domnaill do dheól don daol that D.'s son should be
eaten by worms
, Arch. iii 304 . (Fig.) ag diúl dubh-lachta
domblasta na beatha so, TSh. 2301 . feoil laeigh diuil of a
75sucking calf
, ZCP ii 40 . do mhúirnín deoil beloved babe, Keat.
Poems 339 .
Compd. ag diulchaoineas risin n-aois senma, BNnÉ 163 .

deoladacht xsee deolaidecht.

deoladchaire n iā,f. (deolaid) favour, gratuity, bounty: is deo-
80ladcaire in train the third part is a gratuity, Laws iv 182
Comm. ni hurusa a n[d]ispecad som, ar is ó Día a n[d]eoladcairi,
IT iii 23 (= o Dia a tídhnucul, 24.3 ; a ndeolaid, 28 ).
robátar deolatchaire (deolcaire, deolathchaire, v.l.) móra inna
ḟlaith bounties (i.e. gifts of Providence), BDD § 17 . i nd. ¤ gratis:
85 nochon im[f]uiligend neach ní i nd. ¤ , inn-aiscidh da cheile,
Laws iv 166 , 188 , 208 Comm. ( Ériu xvii 64 § 1 ).