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détlae adj io, iā bold, venturesome, reckless, brave: fri Demon d. ¤ ,
85 Fél. Prol. 242 (.i. dāna, LB, Fél.² xxv , O'Dav. 433 , O'Cl. ).
Femen an tan robui ri | nir bo mennat nach detlai, AU 575 ,
cf. FM i 205 . RC xvii 148 . fer détla, LL 146b14 . in tslat
dedla digaind, ZCP viii 563 . don tṡlog dhédla, Buile S. 68 .
dubsluag détla danarda, MR 184 . ba detla a ndreach, 164 . ar
comergi na cathbuiden corpdétla, 222 . ina ngrinnedaib . . .
5greimdétla, ib. ina ndóidib détla, SG 265 . nī rād ṅdétla `no
rash saying
', Arch. Hib. ii 54 = LL 182a36 . imon dáil ndétla,
Met. Dinds. ii 6 . comlainn ficda forniata dedla, IT ii2 241 .
nír an lé cruinniuchadh mar ba cóir acht do cheimnigh ar a
chertaghaidh go dédla dásachtach, FM v 1570 . duthracht
10detla, O'C. 2234 ( Eg. 88, 17 (18)a ). druidim léi go déadla dána,
Keat. Poems 413 . biathadh dá thrath deug co déadla, BR 36 .
detla im duais, Fen. 228 . Compar. (as superl.): feidm as
détlu, Arch. iii 297 .

? détlaind: ind boí [C. Chulainn] noí mís fo chleith ingeni d. ¤
15bunaid, LL 120b10 (rhet.).

détlatus n u (détlae) boldness: a ndeine ┐ a tairphthige ┐ a
ndetlatus, Anecd. ii 49 .

detmar adj o, ā. (cf. detach, dethmar) smoky: deatmhar, TSh.
2721 .

20 détnach n ā (1 dét) gnashing of teeth: hua détnaig a fiaclae fri
alailiu, Ml. 56d4 .

détnaigid v(détnach) gnashes: no deitnaigtis gl. stridebant,
Ml. 54d20 .

detnestar?: ind ni dia dainib d. ¤ die le letharda loe, Ériu vii 199
25(= ni ar dánaib do-thiastar acht dia letharthaib lai, ib. 6).

Detronoim pnsee Deutornim.

Détsin n.pr. m. gen. m. Detsin , LL 335h35 . BB 165a29 = m.
Detsim , 167b29 . m. Deitsin , LL 349d16 . Lec. 279a12 .

détsinigidir v(1 dét) rodetsinigsetar gl. dentes filiorum obstu-
30puerunt ( Jer. xxxi 29 ), ZCP vii 485 .

deug xsee deog.

deugaigid v(deog) drinks: deugaigfit gl. potabunt, Ml. 30c18 .

deuósión, deuótión n(Engl. or Rom. loan-word) devotion in
the religious use of the word: romhedaigh sin deuosion ┐
35innfheithemh na gcinedhach gcomhfocus gusin teagh, Fl.
Earls 114 . ticdiss . . . do denomh turaiss, deuosioin ┐ oilithre
gusin naoimh-theghdhuis sin, 122 . imat sepel do togbadh
le daoinibh uaissle chom a ndeuōsion do choimhlinad, 98 .
ionnas go mbeith devosion againne dona naomhuibh, Luc.
40Fid. 95 . go fforaithmet ┐ go ndevosion . . . ar Loreto, Fl.
Earls 140 . acht go tticit o deuotion ┐ o chongain cridhe, 216 .
dúthracht ┐ devotion na ndaoineadh uasal da naomhuibh,
Ms. Mat. 552 . offering: doratsat . . . ro linmaireacht bronn-
tanus ┐ deuosion don teg so, Fl. Earls 148 .

45 Deutornim pn (Lat. loan-word) Deuteronomy , Ml. 71d10 . Diui-
tornimium, Hib. Min. 3.66 . Diuternoim, PH 4908 . Detro-
noim, 3 B 22, 29 b3 .

di xsee de.

1 dī ̆-, dē̆- Negative prefix before nouns, adjj., participles,
50verbals of necessity, and verbs: di- cech la cein is diultad,
alaill is aidbliugud, Corm. Y 418 . Before consonants usually
dí- (díchoisc, dígraiss, dílmain, etc.). Cf. déinmech (dí-gnímach).
de- + ro gives a new prefix der-, q.v. Before vowels the form
varies. dí-: díármithe, díainme, díaisndísiu, (all from O.Ir.
55glosses). díorpus (orba), Trip.² 1525 . With elision: dairmitiu,
dermitiu (airmitiu), denim (ainim, also díainim unblemished),
deithbir (aithber), delam (alam), deinmne (ainmne), dergnaid
(ergnaid), dindell (indell) Before f-: dífulacht, diulacht
(fulacht), díḟulaing, díulaing (fulang), díḟuráil (furóil), dífho-
60laig (fulach). Diarmait, Dermait (format) (the earliest exx. are
written thus but in later lang. Díarmait). dē̆olaid (folad)
(deolid in Wb.: Eogain, LL). dē̆orad (dí-fo-rath) (no early
rhyming ex., deóra: feóla, Met. Dinds.). dé-, de- in nonce-
compds. to translate Latin de-: déainmmneichthech de-
65nominatiuum, dechomsuidigthe decompositum. désetaige gl.
(vita) devia. See Thurn. Gramm. §§ 831 , 873 . Lenites follg.
initial. cenn, however, has its c mutated to g, e.g. dícenn,
dígenn headless man (see O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 140 ). Before b
the prefix takes the form dim-; dimbáeth (baeth), dimbág,
70 dimblad, dimbláith, dimblas, dimbocc, dimbraig (bríg), dim-
bríg, dimbras, dimbuaid, dimbuan, dimda (buide). Ped. ii
214 , regards this as a development of di- before ml, mr
spreading by analogy. Thurn. Gramm. p. 543 , suggests that
it may be a different prefix. Note also dimmolaid (molaid)
75 disparages. Most freq. used with nouns to form adjectival
compds. In these compds. o-stems and ā-stems generally take
i-inflection, e.g. díaistir (aister), díaitrib, díáraig, díchéill,
díchomlaind, díchuind, díradairc. Occasional exceptions are:
díchomond (comann), díchondelg, and díoḟaosam (also diḟaes-
80saim). As a number of these compds. were indistinguishable
from the gen. sg. of noun preceded by dí- they are treated in
the later language simply as attributive genitives, e.g. daíne
dochla díchumaing, LU 3472 (see Bergin, Ériu xii 229 ). i-
stems remain unchanged but gs. tends to be used in the later
85language, e.g. díainim, dícheist, díḟuráil but díaithgina,
dichollna (colainn). u-stems remain unchanged (as far as the
exx. serve), e.g. dígrád (grád love), dínním (sním), díṡolus.
Nominal compds. formed from o- and ā-stems vary in inflex-
ion, though on the whole they appear to resist the change to
i-inflexion, e.g. díardain and díardan (ordan) anger (but
5always díordain angry), díchretem and díchretim (cretem)
disbelief, díchíall lack of sense (always díchéill senseless), dígrád
dishonour (always dígráid adj.), díthrub, -thrab. Other stems
remain unaffected: dígním, díchruth, deinmne (ainmne),
dígallrae. The adj. gand gives dígaind lit. not scanty. Adjj.
10in -ech show no change and may be derivatives rather than
true compds.: díchoimsech, díḟoirithnech, díthaithmech.
Otherwise there is no change. With partt., verbals of neces-
sity, and verbs: díáirmide, díaisneithe, díaisneisi unspeakable,
díbrethe not to be borne, díerrethe not to be paid; díchenglaid,
15 díchlannaid, dimmolaid.