deuósión, deuótión

Cite this: eDIL s.v. deuósión, deuótión or dil.ie/15837
Last Revised: 2013

n (Engl. or Rom. loan-word) devotion in the religious use of the word: romhedaigh sin deuosion ┐ innfheithemh 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. Fid. 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 . atá dh’ualach ar gach Críosdaidhe dūthracht ┐ dévosión do bheith aigi, Celtica i 163.8 . offering: doratsat . . . ro linmaireacht bronntanus ┐ deuosion don teg so, Fl. Earls 148 .