David F-W scríbas:
> > Another name, spelled "Deirbhile" in Classical Modern Irish, is
> > tantalizing, but derives either from "derbiled <der + filed =
> > daughter of a poet" or from "der + bile = daughter of a hero (lit.
> > a great tree)".
> Either of these is quite intriguing. Is the name found in the
> medieval texts? And if so, where?
Ó Corráin & Maguire list "Der Bile" and "Derbiled" as medieval
saints. DIL cites both of these s.v. "Darbile" from "Félire
Oengusso" and other religious texts.