deog, deoch

Cite this: eDIL s.v. deog, deoch or dil.ie/15494

Forms: deug, deog, deoch, dige, dig, dig, deoch, dig, deoga, deochann, deoch

n f. On inflection see Thurn. Gramm. § 308 . n s. deug in O. Ir. glosses, Mid. Ir. deog, later deoch; g s. dige; d s. dig; a s. dig, later deoch; du. dig; n p. and a p. deoga, deocha; cf. g p. deochann, MacAingil 572 . deoch f., IGT Decl. § 165 . drink, draught, potion: deug mór du óul, Ml. 94c12 . a mbiad ┐ a ndeug, Tur. 71 . milsem cacha corma a cét-deog the first draught is the sweetest of all ale, LL 345d58 = cétdeoch, Tec. Corm. 31.25 . robá i n-ítaid ┐ doratsaid dig dam, RC iv 246 (LU). tucsat deoch d'aiceit dó, PH 130 . ni maith do dig, ní maith do indlut for drinking or for washing, LL 283b27 . ibid ina dig . . . al-lind robói isin chuach in one draught, FB § 59 = ina oendig, § 62 . doberedside affaing ṅdergóir cacha dige noibed dond epscop, LL 278b38 . ní ráinic lind digi liquor to drink, 160a18 . tús dighe the privilege of drinking first, Hy Fiachr. 142 . cor ibidur a da ndig asa chuislend, Lec. 549a46 . ibait deoga duirbbi fola, TBC 5846 . as a n-eabur na huasal-deocha, Laws v 408 . do dheochaibh milse, TSh. 562 . ag ibhi deochann ar a cheile drinking to each other, Mac Aingil 572 . deog dermaid a philtre, BB 302a37 . tucsat dig ndermait dó, LU 4030 ( SC 48 ). Fig. deog a topur éca, LL 184b35 . assib digh mbáis, FM 899(poem) (i 558). deoga tonnaid, BDD § 98 (see Stud. Celt. xxxv 299-306 ). deog liubair `book-draught' (a kind of ordeal), Laws v 472 (see Plummer, Ériu ix 115 § 33 ).