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1 drennach adj o,ā (1 drenn) combative, quarrelsome, contentious:
drendach .i. debthach, Corm. Y 429 . Dolb d. ¤ , Met. Dinds.
iii 304 . fiad in dáim drongaig drennaig (ndremaidh, ndren-
naib, v.l.), i 32 . ní dlechtaide dreandach, BB 269b28 . Simon
5Hircan ard cen on | fuair arg isan adnacol | as tuc or d. ¤ con
dath | do cennach a chaemchathrach, Lec. 79b43 (cf. 1 Macca-
bees xiii 14-19 ).

2 drennach adj(2 drenn) `.i. doilgheasach ` painful, sorrowful,
afflicting, difficult ', P. O'C.

10 drennad n(drenn? Or = drannad?) (a) quarrel, contention:
dreandad .i. deabaid, Stowe Gl. 86 . (b) surliness: dreandad
.i. gruamdacht, Lec. Gl. 424 . dreandud .i. grúamacht,
Stowe Gl. 55 .

drennaigid v(cf. prec.) rouses strife (?): rodrendaigetar ar
15armgrithghair, TBC 5627 St.

drennt xsee drant.

dréntaigid xsee drantaigid.

dreó(ga)d n act of rotting away: do-ghéana ainm an pheac-
thaigh dreódh, TSh. 1415 (putrescet). fán gculaidh atá i stór
20go dreóghadh na diallaide, Hackett ii 8 .

dreoigte part. (cf. dreogad) rotted, decayed: an tí bhíos dreóite
(= putrefactus), TSh. 1291 . dom chéibh is éigean bheith
dreoighte, Keat. Poems 182 . ar luachair dhreoighte, Ó
Bruad. ii 224 .

25 dreoilecán n(deróil? See Dinn. s.v. dearóil ) miserable creature:
go gcrochad é mar dhreoileacán, E. O'Rahilly xlii 28 .

dreoillén xsee dreollán.

? dreolaid: ind cid fá a mbiad dam Mael-Deoraid (sic leg.) | oc fell
orm ní gnim d. ¤ , SG 57.11 .

30 Dreollainne n.loc. do ghluaisios rí Frangc co ráinic an D. ¤ ,
SG 299 . ingen ríg na D. ¤ , ib. ag toraidheacht inghine ríogh na
Drolainne Móire, E. O'Rahilly (1911) p. 297 . See Hog. Onom.

dreol(l)án nAlso dreoillén (cf. drean) wren: dreolan gl. aurigola
(= avis regulus?), Ir. Gl. 207 . a dreolláin cusin eirr máil,
35 SG 57.9 . dreólan, Anecd. ii 26 § 9 . mo dreóllán rocaith mo
chat my cat ate my wren, v 10 . tri peta .i. cat ┐ d. ¤ ┐ cuil,
BCC § 118 . aisseg an dreolláin do faghail on chat, ib. re
folúamain an dreolláin, Buile S. 132.25 . do uidib dreollain,
Laws v 276.8 Comm. urduil ind éin dein dasachtaigh risi
40raiter dreollán, ZCP vi 284.22 . romarb in dreollen (dreoan,
v.l.) in cuil, Moling § 75 . d. ¤ teasbuidh `a grasshopper ', Eg. Gl.
234 . tug Sé a mbiseach don d. ¤ teasbuidh ┐ a saothar don
locuist, Ps. lxxviii 46 . Mod. dreoilín.

Drepaine n.loc. Drepanum: co port D. ¤ i Sicil, Aen. 197 .

45 drep(p) n ladder, stair: drepa óir, Im. Brain § 40 . Fig. oc cor-
maim gaibtir dúana | drengaitir dreppa daéna `fine (genea-
logical) ladders
', Thes. ii 295.16 . dreapa `a stile or stair to
climb by
', P. O'C. Cf. strapa?

drep(p)aid v(drepp) climbs: dreapaim `I climb, scale, clamber ',
50 P. O'C. dreapuidh siad suas ar na cairrgibh, Jer. iv 29(1830)
= teithfidh, 1685.

drep(p)airecht n(drepp) climbing, clambering: do chúaidh
Ionatan le dreapaireacht súas air a lámhuibh, 1 Sam. xiv 13 .
doní an duine críonna dreapaireacht caithreach an chu-
55mhachtaigh `scaleth the city', Prov. xxi 22 .

1 dres n turn, while, spell: ar mbeith dreas i ndoghrainn tslegh |
ag foghlaim chleas is chluichedh, O'Gr. Cat. 508.10 . tug
dreas adhmholta ar na fíanghaisgídhicc sin, CF Eg. 404 .
déana dreis d'á snoidhe whittle it for a while, ITS i 116 . dreas
60tré fhaillighe . . . dreas tre easbhuidh . . . dreas tre chionta
sometimes . . . sometimes , Donl. Pref. xx-xxi .

2 dres xsee dris.

dresacht n[ā,f.] creaking noise: co cualatar . . . d. ¤ inna roth,
LU 10196 = ZCP iii 232.5 .

65 1 dresachtach adj(dresacht) making a creaking, clattering, or
rustling sound: d. ¤ gl. arguta (sub arguta . . . ilice, Ecl. vii 1 ),
Thes. ii 47.3 ( Phil. 42 ). fogur d. ¤ na caillted, CCath. 4172 . Of
chariots: cret urard d. ¤ , TBC² 3393 . cret aurard drésachtach,
LU 8634 ( FB 47 ). cco ccreit . . . ndirigh ndreasachdaigh
70ndasachdoigh, ZCP x 284.25 . duairc dóer dressachtach
(: cessachtach) (of the devil), SR 939 .

2 dresachtach n ā,f. (dresacht) creaking, clashing sound; clatter,
clangour: ro-clos and dressachtach na n-ar[m] ┐ tulguma na
sciath, Aen. 2488 . racloss . . . d. ¤ na n-arm, LL 243b39 ( TTr.
75 2007 ). otcualadar dresernach (dreseachtaigh, dressactac, v.l.)
na clíath ┐ toranngair na clár, CCath. 1834 . As vn. a trillsi
natharda nemidi ic dresechtaigh immo cend `rattling around
her head
', 904 .

dresad n act of provoking, irritating (?): na secht ndruith dia
80rinnad ┐ dia ndressad, na filid dia nglamadh, Lec. 34b41 . na
drúith dia rinnad ┐ dia nd. ¤ , na filid dia nglámad, D iv 3, 24a1 .
Cf. gressaid, etc.

Dresan n.loc. H. Dicolla Dresain, Rawl. 124b29 . Mochuille
Dresna, 42 . See Hog. Onom.

85 Drescan n.pr. m. H. Drescain , Rawl. 122a31 .

dresernach xsee dresternach.