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45 dílsigud, dísligud u,m. vn. of dílsigid (a) act of particularizing:
in titul roscribais huas in chroich du dílsigud cesta Crist .i.
hic est réx Iudeorum `to specify (?) the Passion of Christ',
Ml. 74d13 (only ex. in O. Ir. Glosses). Cf. disliugudh gl.
dedicacio, Ir. Gl. 910 .
50(b) act of renouncing, surrendering, forfeiting: ma fer fine
biathas in bithbinach iarna dilsiughadh after he has been
proscribed
, O'C. 2548 - 9 ( Eg. 88, 46 (47)a ). is dílsigud ṁbreithri,
is tánsemad ṅgruaide is tiáchtain soégail is grád do biud . . .
do rig hErenn, díultad húad fri dáimh n-úathaid a forgoing
55of his word
(?), BDD App. 62 . nach nair lib aenfer do dil-
siugudh tar bar cend uile i comrac? Aen. 2975 (= non pudet
. . . cunctis pro talibus unam objectare animam? Virg. Aen. xii
229 ). o'dchonnairc . . . a dhalta 'arna dhilsiugad fona dhuthaid
deprived of his patrimony, ALC i 552.25 . is do chomarbus
60Conaill G. Eriu cona hurrannaib, ┐ ni dligthise a dilsiugad,
MR 150 (`be circumscribed', O'Don.). With AR (FOR) renoun-
cing, forswearing: doberim maitheam ┐ dilsiugud for na
haifrendaib, PH 7335 . tusa do thesargain gan dichell gan
disliugad giving up, abating, MR 160 . With DO: ba fearr leis
65comrac uimpe inās [a?] dilsiugudh do A., Aen. 2929 . a dīl-
siugad do rīgain Midi, BColm. 52 . dīlsiuccadh na conaire
dhōibh to yield the way to them, Hugh Roe 282 . cutrumus na
coibche do setuib . . . na mna do dilsiugadh do athuir in mic,
Laws ii 298 Comm. in ag mear iarna hescaire ┐ iarna dilsiugad
70 having been proclaimed, abandoned, renounced (?), v 268 .
barr díslighthe da urd air | ar lurg íslighthe an uabhair (of a
bishop) `loyal to his order he', Arch. Hib. i 86 . Abandoning,
forsaking: is d[i]a ndilsiugud rosruc Iōib na longa ona
Troiandaib, Aen. 2042 . nā cuindigh-siu ormsa . . . dilsiugad
75ṡluaigh saer-Mumhan, MR 306 (`to oppress', O'Don.). o
dconnaic Fergus Oilill a u-uaiti trenfer . . . ar na dílsiugadh
d'a thuathaib deserted by, Celt. Rev. iv 16 .
(c) act of appropriating, securing, confirming; assignment:
do chuinghidh dilsigthe in chlaidhib do rat do fecht aile,
80 Lism. L. 1527 . dilsiugud in claidib do D., 1541 ( Lat. Lives 81 ).
rogab ratha . . . im rigi nErenn do dilsiugad dia cloind co
bráth, MR 2 . dilsiucchadh chóiccidh C. dóibhsiomh, FM vi
1998 . dorinned dislioucchadh báis de he was condemned to
death
, Ériu iv 58 § 37 .
85(d) act of hiding, concealing, concealment: gurb ar muir do
cuireadh i gcurachán é mar dhísliughadh air, Keat. ii 2766 .
gur chaitheadar seal san mbréigriocht (sic leg.) sin da ndis-
liughadh féin, iii 5694 . dhá dhísliughadh féin a ccnoc H.,
1 Sam. xxvi 2 . ag dísliughadh ┐ ag ceilt a gcreidimh, TSh.
3548 . an dísliughadh ┐ an folach dorinne Críost air féin,
5 Eochairsg. 44 . do dhísliughadh a ainbhfeasa féin, 65 .

dílta, dílda n dílta díolda (díolla, v.l.) f., IGT Decl. § 3 . orna-
mented covering, caparison (?) (cf. díllat): fían Ghall na
ndíltaib (: díltuir), IGT Decl. ex. 162 . dá chlár dhearga
dhílda (: mílla), ex. 161 . mar dhíolda as deirge clár (: slíogdha),
10 DDána 119.8 .

díltadach xsee diúltadach.

díltud xsee diúltad.

? diluba: ind ni bu thais ar cuech n-aignech la dulu d. ¤ , LL 119b40
(rosc).

15 dilucht xsee dílacht.

dim pron something, anything: d. ¤ nó ní (gl. quippiam), Ml. 27d9 .
gl. quicquam, 70c14b . ni dinacca d. ¤ .i. acht is du d. ¤ (gl. non
de nihilo), 75b20 . Cf. dimde.

dim- xsee 1 dí-.

20 Díma pnsee Dímma.

dimad: n dimadh .i. sluaiged `a host ', Stowe Gl. 336 . diblinib
.i. d. ¤ , O'C. 965 ( H. 3.18 415 ). For dí-imbed?

dimáig xsee dimbág.

dímaín adj i (maín) (a) unprofitable, vain, useless, fruitless:
25 dimáin gl. immunis, PCr. 11b1 ( Thes. ii 225.23 ). ni tarba a
rád, ar is erlabra d. ¤ a n-dogníd, LL 126b42 . am dímain dia eis,
123b18 . fer dóer d. ¤ , Triads 248 . d. ¤ cach sendu, Arch. iii 228 .
nirb dimmain do bith immuich . . . | ar do glicce, ar th'
amainse it was not for nothing (?) that thou art (shut) out (from
30Paradise) because of thy subtlety
, SR 1137 . ba dímhain
ditharba[ch] in saethar sin, CCath. 1381 . ba d. ¤ do Dhair a
forcetul D. gained nothing by his exhortation, Alex. 217 . ba
dimain d'a dráithib derbfaistine do denum, MR 166 . is
dimain dūnd gach buaidh tucsam, Aen. 1081 . ba d. ¤ leo in
35cutruma sin do fherond occaib cen tech cen trebad fair they
deemed it unprofitable
. . ., Ériu iv 124 . i réttaib dimaine,
RC xxv 392 . fellsamdacht dimain, Lec. 305b12 . glóir
dímain, PH 8226 . féile ghnáth gan ghlóir ndíomhaóin,
Studies 1918, 452.7 . i n-áit do dhoilgis dímaoin vain sorrow-
40ing
, O'Gr. Cat. 372 . peacadh díomhaoin na drúise, A.
Ó Dálaigh 8 . briathar dhiomhaoin, Eochairsg. 116 . níor
shuidh mé ré daoinibh díomháoine, Ps. xxvi 4 . Adv. is é ná
roghluais a bhél riam cu dimháin , Lism. L. 4891 . ná caith
th'aimsir co d. ¤ do not waste your time, SG 43 . As subst.
45gníand nach nd. ¤ (= non agit perperam), PH 5917 . dorindetar
d. ¤ do Dia lena mianaib fén they have ignored God (?), 7720 .
téit d. ¤ (téit do, for d. ¤ , i nd. ¤ ) goes to waste, is lost, becomes
useless: conā dechsad saethar cerda dimhain, Laws ii 414
Comm. cona dechsad . . . i nd. ¤ , ib. téit in fhlaith dimhain fo
50lár (of ale spilt), Lism. L. 2825 . otcondairc C. in mórsaethar
sin do dul do (for, v.l.) d. ¤ , CCath. 1388 . cer[b]a mor in saethar
. . . docuaidh for dímhain, 2515 . docuatar for dimain trelmha
díbraicthi lochta na cathrach the baleistas . . . became useless,
1868 . Note also: co taethsat a n-airm dimain . . . gan guin
55carat nō escarat, 5676 .
With further notion of empty, unsubstantial: dimain for
urc[h]ra (explanation of `doman'), Corm. Y 416 . co nā
togaethar ar ruiscc tré tairmdercaibh dímainibh, Otia ii 99 .
aslinge dimaine, 24 B 3, 105.34 . Of land waste, uncultivated:
60 is amlaidh bai in talam ┐ se dimain cen torrtí, BB 15a39 .
Bannrighan in Tíre Dimáin the Queen of the Waste Land, Grail
1544 . ic imdhecht isin Forgais D. ¤ in the Waste Forest, 1197 .
(b) idle, unoccupied: ni roibe dimaein riam acht beith ac
timthirecht na haltora, 3 B 22, 46a4 . ní bíd si dimaein ó
65oibrigtib maithe, 57a20 . ni lomhadh (= lamhadh) nech d'
feruib E. beth dimaein acht mina beth ag dénum amsaine,
SG 90 . ar in menmain ndimáin (= de vacua mente), 23 F 19,
28rb22 . ar mbeith dhóibh díomhaoín, 1 Tim. v 13 .
(c) In later language of persons, as a term implying social
70 disparagement proletarian, unpropertied (?): cach dimain
leigfi rig beith a tir, O'C. 290 ( H. 3.18 159 ) (`man without
legal connections
', Plummer MS. notes). gillandrad ┐ macraid
┐ aes dimain (apparently = dóescorsluag), Cog. 66 . bó
gacha cethair díomhaoin from every four villeins, FM ii 1092 .
75 gan . . . duine uasal ná duine díomhaoin, PCT 1513 .

dimain x Lec. Gl. 102 , see diamuin.

dímaínche n iā, f. (dímaínech) uselessness, futility, vanity: trēde
ara miscnigther cara: fogal, dognas, dímainche (dimainecht,
v.l.) ` fecklessness ', Triads 81 (with gl. .i. dith-maoine .i. do
80chuid do bhuain dhiod, p. 38 ). éttorthige bar crābuid ┐ a
dímainche the unfruitfulness and uselessness of your devotion,
Alex. 917 = is badbas . . . a ddimmainchi, Anecd. v 5 . ruca-
dur-san a buide . . . na rodechaid a n-aister ┐ a n-imdechta a
ndímaínce foraib had not been in vain, Grail 3421 . bai-sem
85laa n-and ic siubal na Foraeisi Dimaeínchi, 2728 .

dímaíne n iā, f. (dímaín) uselessness, futility, vanity, idleness:
dímáine ┐ erchra in tsaegail, PH 3982 ; cf. 3565 , 4559 . a
díumasa, a d. ¤ , Ériu iv 146 . dímaine labra gossip, tattling
(sign of a bad woman), ZCP viii 113 . ni lamadh nech d'feraib
Erenn beth fo dimaine idle, CF p. 73 = RC vi 190 . a di-
5mhaine caitheas tu an aimsir, Lib. Flav. i 36va11 .