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2 derc nperhaps identical with preceding word, cf. d s. foum
70 derc .i. gnuis, Thes. ii 350 (gl. on Hy. vi 4 ), and g s. fa deis
dearca cach baile, Lec. 564b10 (facs. 282vb10), if this is the
same word. In later lang. generally ā, f. IGT Decl. § 39 . eye:
cammd. ¤ gl. strabo, Sg. 63a4 . fliuchdercc gl. lippus, 24a8 .
S. saoibhd. ¤ `the squinting ', BNnÉ 232.3 . ar deirc .i. ar sūil
75(etym. of irdairc), O'Mulc. 746 . en . . . dar dercaib slúag saer
(.i. usce dar súilib soercland), LU 9938 . mo derca (.i. mo
ṡúli), LL 208a 7 = IT i 162.3 , ZCP v 488 § 4 (B. na f.). aodh
┐ d. ¤ ┐ cais, tri hanmann in ruisg, Met. Gl. 16 § 39 . a dá deircc
(.i. a dí ṡúil), Cóir Anm. 24 . dearc .i. suil, O'Cl. mnáib dergder-
80caib, LU 10377 . suile dubha . . . ina cinn ┐ mailgi mora osa
dercuibh (of a boar), ZCP vi 279.33 . céo for a derca ┐ snighe
dér, Aisl. Tund. 99 § 3 . do digail a deirci `to revenge the loss
of his eye
', MR 110.12 . ag dáil dér os fert Eóghain | nír fégh
d. ¤ dhá doirseóraib, IGT Decl. ex. 1305 . mar a-tá mo dhearc
85in-a diaidh my yearning for her, PBocht 11a.3 . dod dheirc
mhongmhoill, TD 27.21 . a dhearc mhall, 2.30 . ní fhuil solus
mo dhearc agam lumen oculorum meorum non est mecum,
TSh. 4202 .
Compds. ¤ corr: clann Eachach Doimlen dearc-cuirr, Hy
Fiachr. 180.4 . ¤ mer of lively glance: fa sduaigh ndeircmhir
5móir Macha, TD 7.26 .

3 derc n[s,n.?] berry (see Jn. Celt. Stud. i 133 , ii 25 ): n p. inna
dærcæ fróich gl. vaccinia, Sg. 49a10 . derce ruich, Thes. ii
363.9 . derce roig, 360.14 . dercu iuech yew-berries , K. and H.
21 . Acorn (= dercu, q.v.): bacur .i. muc-d. ¤ an acorn i.e. a
10 pig-berry , Corm. Y 184 . ní bíodh acht aen d. ¤ ar an ralaigh,
FM 14 (i 96.4) . ? dercamleentes (a species of solanum ), Ir.
Texts v 28.2 .

4 derc n mote in a sunbeam (?): `derc' in scathobor (.i. menb bis
triasin ṅgæ ṅgréne), Met. Gl. 2.10 . d. ¤ .i. in minbach tét trit
15in nga ngréne, Eg. 1782, 6b .

Derc n.pr. m., gen. hui Dercco Céin, Rawl. 143b8 .

dérc xsee deercc.

dércach xsee deerccach.

dercad u,m. vn. of dercaid. IGT Verbs § 105 . looking, gazing;
20folld. by prep. FOR (AR), less freq. by gen.: ac d. ¤ ar a hénaib,
SG 346.25 . ni thárnic do neoch . . . d. ¤ fuirri, 83.8 . re d. ¤ na
ṅdūl, MR 260.3 . Transf. looks, appearance: re d. ¤ ┐ re dellrad
na ndanar, MR 230.12 .

1 dercaid v(2 derc) IGT Verbs § 105 . looks (at), gazes, beholds:
25 I Trans. dercoim rompa ród an iobhair, Book of O'Conor
Don 273b8 . anddar lais nocha ndercadh ní acht iad, RC xxxi
449.11 . dercais cach a cele dib, FB § 40 Eg. do dercusttoir I.
an saothur sin, ZCP x 295.6 . ro dercsat na moli mora they
espied
, CCath. 2654 . do dercsad rind Femin, Lec. 540a40
30(facs. 270va40). in seol ro dercadh that was seen, Laws v 300.20
Comm.
II Intrans. with FOR (AR): cech oen no dercfad for a gnuis,
Ériu ii 142 § 154 . dia ndercaitis . . . for etrochta a ghnuisi, ib.
marro deircc (sic leg.) Adam . . . for Eua, SR 1705 = amal
35rodercc A. for E., MacCarthy 66.15 . dercais in rígfennid for
a chonaib, RC xiii 46.z . air do chēddearcus don cloind | da
raib ēgentus oroinn, H. 2.17, 230a . Absol. ra-dercastar C. dar
a aiss et ra-chonnairc . . . M.D., CRR 40 . in tan ro dercsat
dia neís ní facatar in tír, SG 354.1 . Cf. further ZCP viii
40114 § 3 : do drec (sic MS.) Iruaith . . . | do marbudh Ísu
ardmōir Herod looked (= intended) to kill (leg. do derc?).

2 dercaid n i,m. (2 derc) watchman, look-out man: g s. in dercada
gl. speculatoris, Ml. 127a10 . atchim-sea, or in d. ¤ , laech orcnech,
LU 4360 . TBC² 713 , 1464 . dosṅdéccai in derccaid din dún,
45 LL 248b7 ( TBFr. 43 ). ni bad d. ¤ duit fer drochruisc, Tec.
Corm. § 34.10 . dearcaid, Ériu v 242.155 . n p. na derccaidi ,
Dinds. 57 ( RC xv 453.7 ). a tri ndercaide, Lec. 561d21 . See
dercthaid.

dercaide xsee dergaide.

50 dercaidecht n(2 dercaid) ā, f. office of a watchman; keeping
watch: rosuigided abucc for cleith do dercaideacht osin tsluag
to overlook the host, Ériu v 236.82 .

dércaige n(deerccach) love, charity: is dercaigi son `that is
lovingness
', Trip. 234.10 . madh deirceach duine . . . gur
55meisde é a dheircighe, Rule of Tall. 38 § 67 .

dercaigid v(2 derc) looks, gazes: o rodercaid Becan for D., LL
358 marg. 44 .

dercain xsee dercu.

? dércairde: ind marcach na tonn | na tabrad duini ar dērcairdi,
60| Dīa ar muin mhara | etir muir tana as tēchtfairgi, Arch. iii
235 § 18 .

dercaisen n(cf. dercad, déicsiu, etc.) looking, gazing: g s. ar
fáilti derchaisen (dercaisin, v.l.) for Patraic, Trip.² 2550 . Cf.
MR 178.18 : nim fadha fri faircsi, ge mad dercaisi fri demin
65duit.

? derchail ind .i. deliugud, ut est, ol de nach duil d. ¤ .i. cona ro
dighla nó cona ro deilighi ní dia salchur fria, O'Dav. 636 .

derchoíne n= derchoíniud: dom anacul . . . ar dinsem, ar
derchaíne, ar mirath, LL 360 marg. uaman nó dercaini,
70 CCath. 2721 . is derchaine do neoch doilghius fair imna
[h]esbadhaib saeghalla, ZCP iv 384.6 .

derchoíniud u,m., vn. of do-rochoíni; also dérchoíniud, under
influence of dér tear. (a) despair, dejection: derchoiniud gl.
desperatio, Ml. 89a6 . d. ¤ . . . du remcaissin Dǽ, 90b19 , 91b10 .
75 arnách róllca d. ¤ lest despair swallow him up, Wb. 14d21 .
dérchóiniud, 14d27 . deirchóintea derochóinet a n-ícc gl.
diffidentiae, 21b1 . derchāined .i. dīcredim . . . im fagbāil
fochraicce, Corm. Y. 464 . do dercuiniud atbath, LU 249 . dul
i ndérchained, LB 108a9 . na denaid derchained, PH 2307 .
80(b) lamentation (the usual meaning in later instances, but
some examples doubtful): ced inn ingen án aile . . . do chuma
a sethar . . . ro marb duba is derchainud, LL 375a47 . i ngol
┐ i coí ┐ derchoiniud, 288b15 . mor ṅgol ┐ mairg ┐ ṅderchainte,
Alex. 391 . déar-chaoineadh ┐ díosgadh fiacal, TSh. 6313 .

85 derchoíntech adj(derchoíniud), also dér- through influence of
dér tear, despairing; tearful, sorrowful: robtar snímaig . . .
tursig dércóintig, SR 3452 . aithrige dérchaintech, LB 108a27 .
ni dercointig fri dered (.i. fri tabairt nime dó) not in despair
(of heaven) at death
, LL 346a39 . isat anmnetaig ┐ nidat
derchoi[n]tig, Alex. 839 . dubhach déarchaointeach, ML
5 108.17 .