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20 díliu, díle n n,f. (*dí-lin-? Cf. Thurn. Gramm. § 331 . From
Lat. diluvium, Ped. i 197 ). g s. usually dílend; occasionally
dílinde, rarely dílind (: Find (gen.), Fianaig. 50 , 94.19 ). na
dilind , Snedg. u. MacR. 39 . díle, f., IGT Decl. § 145 .
(a) The Noachian deluge: in díle diluuium, Ml. 48d17 . díli .i.
25 diluuium , Corm. Y 480 . amail sóersai Nóë . . . din díle, Fél.
Ep. 452 . diliu thromm, SR 2626 . clann Caīn sil Seth na sen |
dorigni in diliu a ndilgen, 2724 . otha dilind co Abram, 2297 .
iar ndilinn, 2276 . airdde na dilenn o lar, 2525 . o aimsir
dilenn, Fél. p. 258 . o rodoirt díliu for bith, Met. Dinds. iii 238 .
30 robaid in diliu sil Adaim uile ach Noe, LL 1b1 . o dorat Dia in
dilind darsin uile ṅdomun ní therna di doenib in domuin on
dilind acht mad lucht na hairce, 1b4 , 6 . is mé Findtan . . .
d'éis na díleand, Ériu iv 132 . is e oenḟot do thalmain tar na
tainic diliu, idon Golgotha, MacCarthy 48 . tarraidh dílind
35Bith, BB 20b6 . is fir mar rimhim re radh | o Dilinn co Abraham,
MacCarthy 260 . san domnach is fath fire | dotraig ar tus in
dile, Ériu iii 144 . ni ragbad [Ériu] ria ndile ┐ ni ragbad iar
ndíle . . ., Imr. Br. i 286 x . do deoin ríg na dílinne, SG 382
(LL Bóroma). ar teithedh na dilinde (: gan time), BB 22b45 .
40 an chéiddíle . . . | lér dhíoláithrigh Dia an domhon, TD 7 § 29 .
is í an díle na danair, 7 § 42 . anall ó dhortadh díleann, 28 § 3 .
ó ré dílinne na dtrét | a bfírinne gá coimét, SG 349 . mo
ṡáeghul roimh dhílinn duib | cúig bliadhna déc do bliadhnuib |
tug Día tar éis dílinn damh | cúig cét cúig míli bliadhan,
45 Anecd. i 25 . rosaerad Noe ar thonnaib na dílend, PH 5884 .
créad as a bhfuaradar an drong do bhí ria ndílinn ann ré
fhada, TSh. 8528 . iar dturnamh na díleann, 8422 . re hucht
na dílinne, 236 . dia hAoine tugadh an díle tar an ndomhan,
Gadelica 207 (Eoghan Ó Caoimh). le huisgidhibh na díleann,
50 Gen. ix 11 (Bedell).
(b) torrential rain, wet weather: bláth gach tíre 'na thoradh |
gnáth díle mar a dhubhadh | gach fiodh cnó bhán ag bloghadh
| gach domhan lán bó is brughadh, G. B. Mac Con Midhe,
O'Conor Don MS. 160a(No. 297) . an cheandsachd chaitheas
55rinde | is grian a ngar dhilinde, GJ ix 307(Tuar feirge § 3).
grian gheal i ndeaghaidh dílionn, TD 24.54 . lá gréine i
ndiaidh dílinne, 26 § 25 (doininne, v.l.). Fig. a torrent (of
tears): le déaraibh fola dá ndortadh 'na ndílinn, Keat. Poems
944 = Hackett xxxix 312 .
60(c) waters of the ocean, sea: Etar étan ri dílind Etar (i.e.
Howth Head) forehead to the flood
, Met. Dinds. iii 104 . aés
rodmbádi tond dilend (but this may belong to (e)), 106 . Of
the names of the Boyne at different stages of her course:
Banna ó Loch Echach cen ail, | Drumchla Dílenn co hAlbain,
65 28 . ardanfud dond dílinne . . . décsiu Cerbaill, RC xxix 211 .
dar lebarthonnaib na dileann, Snedg. u. macR. 33 . da druim
ndilinne (: firinne), Rawl. 86b42 . co ti in diliu tar in domun,
Aen. 2966 . tar dromchla ndíleann, TD 20 § 33 . fa tholchuibh
dílionn, 20 § 35 . siar tar dromchladh na díleann, Keat.
70Poems 31 .
(d) flood, torrent usually in epithets: ucht ra mór-dilind to
breast a great torrent
used of facing a battle, CRR p. 46 (§ 40) .
Of a warrior in battle: ruc taichim . . . fo cath na nAnmargach
. . . mar borbruathur dianbunni dilend, Cog. 188 . ba he tra
75samail na desi sin (Haemon and Tydeus) amal ro rethidis da
buinne (sic leg.) diana dileand a slebtib arda amreidi . . .
(Theb.), Celt. Rev. x 318 . Of Caesar's army: . . . an breisim
bratha, ┐ an buine dilenn ┐ an diliu ic tuili . . ., CCath. 5376 .
as maidhm dilionn ┐ biodhbha sochaide e, ZCP x 280.y . mur
80buinni ndían ṅdílinn sceithes a hucht airdslébe i n-aimsir
thuili, Fianaig. 94 . snámaid sisi ina ndiaid go trén tinnesnach
gurba chosmail re buinne mborbruad ndilenn in dá buinne
bátar ima taebaib, SG 250 . uaim dhíleann . . . samhuil
inntleachta Dalláin, Oss. v 34 .
85(e) The gs. is used attributively to denote great size
apparently resulting from great (antediluvian?) age: dam
dílend (cf. dam ré, TD 14.34 . Keat. Poems 739 ): ┐ xl ar da
cetaib dam dilenn leo docum in tuir do cur a fola fai (of the
building of the Tower of Babel), BB 14a53 . mar neart
ndamh ndighleann, TBC 3870 v.l. roforbair cona ba luga hí
5oltás dam dílend (the beast slain by Michael), PH 7221 .
Dubhchosach Binde Gulban .i. damh diomhór dilean (of a
stag 500 years old), Celt. Rev. x 135 . marb eilit Droma
Sileann | geisidh damh dileann dá héis, Acall. 850 . an chú
glan semhḟáobhrach seng | ór gearrṡáoghlach dam dílenn,
10 Brian Ó Corcrán, O'Conor Don MS. 227a ( No. 294 ). Freq.
applied to warriors: ba treass im dam dilend tres catha uime,
BB 435a26 . téit fúthaib mar dham ndásachtach ndileann,
SG 65 . indsaighis cach a chele dibh . . . mar dhá damh
dílind, Ériu iii 170 . In a few exx. there seems to be a con-
15fusion in writing between dam Dile the Ox of Dil (q.v.) and
dam dílenn: dam dilenn tuargabsat ceann, BB 373b48 =
Daim Dile etc., Met. Dinds. iii 204 . ? ech dílenn: is luaithe
mé ná eachradh díleann (Death addressing the sinner), O'Gr.
Cat. 593 (but the corresponding line in Cnuasach Comhagall 6
20is: is luaithe mé na teacht tromdileann).
Of trees, etc. scolb do dharaigh dileann, CF 712 . Niall
mac Echach na ttres ttenn | ríbhile díomsach dílenn, O'Conor
Don MS. 155a ( No. 59 ). níorbho coinne sgíthbheag, sgathu-
aimhneach coinne an dá ruire sin acht ba sáthadh dhá
25charrtha chloch ndileann, ML 140 . gu gluaiste na crega
dílinn, Rel. Celt. i 165 (older version?). ar charruig dhíleann,
Desid. 649 . dún dílenn a cyclopean fort (cf. dileann firm, solid,
sound, strong, P. O'C. ): co fuil and da dun dileann | eargna run
re taeb remeand; | uas tuind tibraid fri toraind | sund fri dib
30imlib Erenn (viz. Dún Sobhairche in the N. & Dn Cermna in
the S.), Lec. 578a14 ( LL 17b1 ). cumdach tochair tuir dileand,
BB 37a10 ( Lec. 564a37 ). uamdorus dilenn (Antaeus' cave),
CCath. 2908 . is tú fa leannán dreach-nár díleann | do ṡíol
Éibhir (of a fortress), Keat. Poems 1525 . Fig. uaill dílenn
35 unyielding arrogance (?): laechraid Ulad uaill dileand | ni
rorimeam a remeand, Lec. 584a19 .

Díliu n.pr. m. Lon ┐ Ual ┐ Díliu tri meic Árach, TBC 1426
(Díliu, LU 5278 ).

diliucht xsee 2 dílachtae.

40 ? dilla ind er .i. fir .i. uerum ut est d. ¤ er amiris. d. ¤ demin
dochae, O'Mulc. 479 .

dílla xsee dílta.

díllachta xsee dílechta.

díllat n f. in tsalachdilat , Laws ii 170.10 Comm. dílad, -at, f., IGT
45 Decl. § 12 . dílaid, -ait, f. § 13 . See Ped. i 24 and cf. díallait.
(a) garment, dress, raiment: dillat leith ungae `a vestment
worth half an ounce
', Thes. ii 239 ( Ardm. 17b1 ). sénais díllait
do Chondlaid, Hy. v 82 . dobert díllat i criol, 84 . gaibidsom
a dilatt (dillat, LU, dhillaid, H. 2.17 ) noenaich nimbi, TBC
50 2038 = a dillut oenaig, TBC 2727 (a dillait inaonaigh, St.).
gabaidsom a díllait nóenaig imbi, LU 6115 = TBC² p. 61 n. 7 .
ro chress a celtar comga taris don tlachtdillat tíre tairgire . . .,
LU 6440 = TBC² 1927 . TBC 2586 . tig cráeb co n-iaraib
aice | fo diamair a díllaite, Met. Dinds. iii 60 . cethardha
55ndillatha (ndilata, Stokes) `four suits of clothes', Laws iv 312
Comm. caitiat in edugha? . . . do dilluit lais, alunae cach
dia, araile i n-airicill (he has) two coverings (or robes), one for
every day and one in store
, ii 146 Comm. saluchdillat a child's
swaddling clothes , ii 160 . in tsalachdilat, ii 170 Comm. dillat
60cleib `a cradle coverlet ', ii 176 . d. ¤ ligi bed-covering: ar scath
dilata ligi, O'Don. 1607 ( H. 5. 15 12a ). in dillat ligi, 2369
( Rawl. B 506, 44a ). roscris in t-eideth ara druim ┐ rogerr in
dilat aluind oraighi trithi, ZCP vi 70 . diollait .i. édach .i.
brat ┐ léine, O'Cl.
65(b) saddle, horsecloth, caparison (cf. díallait): is and rucad
in rigmac | itir dirmaib na ndillat | fa roth in charbaid gluair
gle | dar lean Mac Roth in rime (of Mac Roth of TBC), Lec.
368b29 . x loa .i. bruit derga nó bruit loi .i. pill nó echdhíllat,
Ériu ii 4 n. 71 . Of the ass ridden by Christ: . . . oir nir deisid
70na hainminti so do sriantaib na do dilataib orda acht is o
étaigib becca dereola ┐ ó dá tédan becca dereoile do hull-
maided dósin iad, 3 B 22, 113a22 . for each mbuada cona
dillait cumdachta fair, Aen. 722 . cu cengailtea a marcaig
isna dillaitib orda ar omun nach lenfaitis dib, ZCP i 382 .
75 daine sin [na] gnataigit dillata fothi iter `who never use
saddles
', CCath. 3032 . i corraib na ndillat `on the pommels of
the saddles
', CCath. 5669 . rotócaib sir B. in c[or]p . . . ┐ rochuir
a ndillait an sdeda he, RC x 187 . glac ¤ e fork of the saddle:
dochuaidh a nglaic dilaiti in sdeid, ZCP vi 97 . ni raibi ridiri
80. . . nar leagc as a ndilataib, D iv 2, 41ra23 . iomadh dilloid is
srian, Rel. Celt. i 162 .

díllecht(a) xsee dílechtae.

díllechtaide xseedílachtaide.

dílledach adj o,ā (diall) gramm. declinable: is dilledach la grecu,
85 Sg. 65a4 . is nephdilledach són dano, 91b5 . nephdilledchaib
gl. (a dictionibus) carentibus casu, 39a13 .