#dae (lenited nae, no distinct pl. form). Isolated from daedhelos "great fear". Note: Homophones mean "shadow, shade" and also "very, exceedingly".
noun. shadow, shadow (cast by an object or form), [N.] shade
adjective. great, mighty
noun. shadow (of objects, cast by light), dark shape
noun. the shadow of death, death-horror
dae (exceedingly). Lenited dhae.
- √DAY “*great”
dae (very). Lenited dhae.
daer (large), lenited dhaer, no distinct pl. form. Note: a homophone means "bridegroom", but has a different lenited form.
(as adverbial prefix) an-, as in:
beleg (mighty), lenited veleg, pl. belig
1) morchant (i vorchant), pl. morchaint (i morchaint). The literal meaning is ”dark shape”, referring to shadows with a recognizable form. 2) dae (i dhae) (shade), no distinct pl. form except with article (i nae). 3) daew (i dhaew), no distinct pl. form except with article (i ndaew) (VT45:8). 4) gwâth (i **wâth; construct gwath) (shade, dim light), pl. gwaith (in gwaith) (UT:261) 5) muil (i vuil) (twilight, dreariness, vagueness), no distinct pl. except with article (i muil**),