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detach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. detach or dil.ie/15800

Forms: detaige, detaiged

n o,[n.] n p. detaige, g p. d.¤ and detaiged, IGT Decl. § 55 . In late texts also ā, f., probably through influence of dethach, q.v.

Smoke, vapour, steam: dettach co mboltanugud ailgen do ergi asin luc, LB 230b26 . fuabrid hE. a loscad; ni dingne, ol I., dáig na ro-erchoitige a nd.¤ do doinib, PH 2237 . d.¤ na teined, Acall. 5547 . atoidh thenidh . . . ┐ is bec naro muchaitt o dhetaigh-sidhe iat, RC xiii 5 (= dethaig, RC vii 298 ). eirghitt na detaighi (sic leg.) inmolta vapores boni ascendunt, Reg. San. col. 5 . bhan gcor ar a gcuala Breatain | a gruadha ac cor dheataigh dhíbh, IGT Decl. ex. 1430 . Of a vapour arising from mental exertion or emotion: dorinde aithrighe ger . . . ┐ do eirigh d.¤ mor da cend, BCC § 335 . d.¤ dluith dofuiling, ZCP i 127 . Of tobacco-smoke: ag léigion deatuighe tré pholluibh a srón, PCT 1213 .

Transf. hearth, home: caora o gach nd.¤ , AFM ii 1096 . caora o gach deataigh, 1104 .

détach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. détach or dil.ie/15801

adj o, ā. (1 dét) having teeth: Feargus Dedach, BB 48a12 (and sic leg. MacCarthy 206 ). F. Dubdh.¤ .i. déta dubha bái aigi, nó dubh é féin ┐ déta móra lais, Cóir Anm. 260 .