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75 der n[ā,f.] daughter, girl (poetic): d. ¤ .i. ingen, Corm. Y. 492 ;
dear .i. inghean, O'Cl. , Lec. Gl. 557 , Stowe Gl. 68 , Met. Gl.
34 § 24 ; ander .i. ben .i. nī d. ¤ nī hingin, Corm. Y 79 . O'Mulc.
48 . fem-deir didiu .i. ogh ingen, Auraic. 607 . ailsius deir
ṅdianim dubach, 5319 . h-Elech der Fhubthaire Ḟind, Todd
80Lect. vii 38.77 . Petronilla d. ¤ Petair, LB 85 marg. inf. deir
co núachraib núa `a fresh girl sought by suitors', Met. Dinds.
iii 300.41 (= d. ¤ , BB 382a16 ). d s. do deir , 198.15 . di deir
Eogain, RC xiii 221.5 (B. na f.). g p. mor ndear (.i. mor mban),
ZCP v 489 § 11 (B. na f.).
85Freq. followed by an adj. or gs., as n.pr. f. As d. ¤ nasalizes
a follg. f (orig. neut., cf. ? Or from the acc. sg.? See, how-
ever, O'Brien, Celtica iii 178 ) it is sometimes impossible to
distinguish between der bf- and derb ḟ-. Both forms are
allowed by grammarians and poets. Cf. the pl.: Dera báil, do
Dheruibh báil, meic Dher mbáil, mell Dhera báil. Also: na
5 Derbha áil, dona Derbhuibh áil, meic Dhearbh n-áil, féch
Dherbha áil, IGT Decl. § 140 . abair re Derbh áil as m'ucht |
nach seluh dob áil don iasacht, ex. 1935 . gidh eadh do thráigh
in tuirsi | Dear bháil leis na bríathraibsi, ex. 1936 .
(a) D. ¤ choem (= D. ¤ coím), name of a hound, RC vii 292
10§ 37 . Derḟind Belḟota, Lism. L. 300.30 = Derbḟind, ib.
Deirbbind Belad, Reeves Ad. 246.16 . D. ¤ Mór, LL 350a35 .
(b) Deir charthaind, LB 19c24 . Deir choisse, LL 201b14 .
D. ¤ draigen, 331b41 . Rawl. 157.41 . D. ¤ Fáil: Derbail, AU 1009
(i 522.15) . CS 1008 , 1011 . Dearbhail, FM 929 (ii 624.17) ,
15 1012 (ii 766.14) . Derbfail, AU 930 (i 452.9) . Derbhfáil (d s.),
Rel. Celt. ii 170.10 . Dirbhail, Misc. Celt. Soc. 14.16 . abair
damsa re Derb áil (sic leg., verse requires monosyllabic final),
ZCP vi 269 § 1 . gen. mac Dearbhail , FM 898 (i 556.y) ; m.
Dearbháil, 890 (544.15) . D. ¤ Forgaill: D. ¤ forggaill, Rawl.
20 134b16 . Derb Ḟorgaill, Ériu v 208.1 . gen. ar chumaid Deirbi
Forgaill . . . gnúis Derb Forgaill, 202.11 ( Rawl. 136a34 , 36 ).
Deirbe Forgaill, RC xvi 414.28 . Deirinnill, LL 353b47 . BB
224c59 . LB 17a34 . Derinnill, LL 349g16 . Deir inill, BB
219f26 . D. ¤ lir, LB 22a22 .

25 der- intens. pref. (dí-ro-), see deramrae, derdíbad, dermár,
etc. dear .i. adhbal no mór, O'Cl. Cf. dris .i. der-uis .i. derōil
┐ uis; inde dicitur dreaan .i. der ┐ ēn .i. ēn bec derōil, Corm. Y
475 . See 1 dí-.

dér n o, n. in O.Ir. (see Thurn., KZ xlviii 66 ), later ā, f.; late
30Mid. Ir. and Mod. Ir. also deór, IGT Decl. § 39 . g s. déire, ex.
1120 . g p. deór, ex. 1081 .
(a) tear: Fithir ro feg fora siair | ropo mithig d. ¤ na diaid
'twas seasonable to shed a tear, LL 375a44 . a s. fri déir , Leb.
Gab. 264 n. 2 . d s. airchisis C. do déor Chathbad, CRR 3 .
35 damhna datha ar dheóir, TD 25.23 . g s. fand . . . ainm na dére ,
LU 3376 ( SC § 17 ). pl. robtar lugu na dǽr the tears were fewer,
Ml. 23a13 . dera fola ro teilcset oc scarad fri Temraig, LU
4385 . cíís déra folcmara, CRR 3 . doní mo deora duba (: feola),
Arch. iii 216 § 8 . rogab for telgud a d. ¤ , LL 376a15 . frosa d. ¤
40ndichra, TTr.² 1577 . co ndéraib troma, PH 6443 .
(b) In general, drop of any liquid: der .i. banne, ut est d. ¤
do cuaich, O'Dav. 668 . en-deor d'usci an topair, Aisl. Tund.
136.z . am d. ¤ gréne a sun-drop (i.e. dew-drop?), IT iii 61 § 123 .
am der greine, Leb. Gab. 264.2 (with gl.: as comghlan me fri
45déir re grein). As n.pr. f. Der gréine, SG 257.15 . d. ¤ aille
(`drop of a cliff' = cataract?) epithet for a hero: déar aille
d'ḟuil na n-iarladh, TD 23.18 . gach fine dhíobh mar dhéir
n-aille, 16.49 . Cf. a dhéar díleanda, 2.55 . der dilinne an eoil
oirrdirc the flood of noble knowledge, ZCP ii 350.11 . deór
50bheag uisge, TSh. 6252 . deora poipin (i.e. opium, poppy-
juice). 24 P 32, 290.16 . fín gan deóir ndesgadh na díaigh,
IGT Decl. ex. 390 . With téit: ag dul ar dheóruibh weeping ,
L. Chl. A. Buidhe 74.98 . do rachadh ar dhéaraibh dhamh
would cause me to weep, DDána 6.15 .
55Compds. ¤ choí: déarchaoi weeping , DDána 46.40 . ¤ chuma:
damhna déarchumhaidh, 65.1 . ¤ gairthe: a réalta is déar-
ghoirthe dath (to a sword), TD 33.1 . ¤ guba: oc toirse ┐ occ
derghubha, BNnÉ 318.9 .

1 dérach adj o, ā. (dér) tearful; sad, lugubrious: bantrocht dían
60derach, LL 275b47 . bruiden ban nd. ¤ ndocht (: férach), Met.
Dinds. iii 96.19 . domrigne d. ¤ dubach, Ériu v 210. 57 . Of
things: tiucfa aimser d. ¤ , ZCP viii 195 § 5 . contuilet in codladh
nd. ¤ , Ériu ii 124 § 76 . a mmag ndubhach nd. ¤ , ib. Adv. ro
cháisetar co d. ¤ dobronach, Acall. 2658 .

65 2 dérach n o,n. (or m.?) a vn. of 1 do-érig emptying, stripping:
fri derach .i. fri horcain mBruidnae, RC xxi 320 § 47 . re
nderach a laimhe, Laws iii 110.21 (Comm.; cf. ro deirged
a lam, ib. 18 ). iar nderach tellaig na geilfine as a firt after the
removal of the family . . . out of their land
, iv 42.21 Comm.
70 derach do termainn, O'Dav. 592 . cúic seoit i nd. ¤ tige dia
nectair, O'Don. 1695 ( H. 5. 15 31b ). Leaving, abandoning:
dord Gaill iar nderach a bárc after abandoning his boats (after
the spoiling of his boats
?), FM i 272.8 . cona tairgedh la húa C.
deroch an dúnaidh that O'C. might not evacuate the castle,
75 Hugh Roe 202.5 (fo. 53b) . Absol. carthair ben ar somáine, | ce
doghné druis no d. ¤ (: férach), ZCP iv 468 § 15 . Cf. déirge and
2 dírech.

dérachtae xsee 1 do-érig.

derad n oand u,m. IGT Decl. § 49 , Verbs § 83 . refusing, re-
80jecting, renouncing: do baoi in Coimde 'gár gcuireadh |
fuineadh laí is doilgi in dearadh, IGT Verbs ex. 804 . bean
nár ḟéd duine do deradh, 23 E 29, 199a27 . tig cuiredh dáibh
mar dearar, | tig dearadh caigh don chuireadh, 24 P 8, 224.3 .
ní lía dot ḟuil féin do feradh | ní ḟuil chéill ad dheradh dhún
85 Thou hast no reason to reject us, 23 D 14, 114.24 . si do chléir
ní dóith (leg. dóigh) déaroidh (leg. dear-) | dá méinn is cóir
creideamhoin to poets she offers no prospect of refusal, 3 B 14,
45.19 . ni ben dertha deighriaghla she is not a woman who
forsakes a good rule of life
, ZCP ii 339.y . Cf. mé soidhearaidh
on toigh thall I am liable to be rejected from the house yonder
5(i.e. Heaven), A v 2, 62a16 . Also deired: tucadh deiredh dó,
SG 28.38 . dereadh na diulta na doighfill, Lib. Flav. 24rb7 .