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dimda n m. and f. (dim- (see dí-) + buide) dimda m., IGT Decl.
§ 2 . dimdha f. (with dental inflection), §7 . diomdhadh f.,
§ 12 .
Dissatisfaction, displeasure: atchota diummus d. ¤ , LL
55 345b49 ( Thurn. zu Ir. Hdschr. p. 13 ). didraid cach d. ¤ , Arch.
iii 228 ( Aib. C. 89 ). ind d. ¤ fri Dia robamar cose, Anecd. i 40 .
do chosc do d. ¤ duib to check thy black displeasure, Met. Dinds.
iii 62 . móirghním ba d. ¤ linne | bádad C., SG 179 . mo mhal-
lacht ar Chloinn B. . . . | do fhionnfadaois mo dhiomdha | dá
60mbadh iomdha mo charaid, GJ ix 304b . ro imdechsat co
ndimdo et tuirrsi, Aisl. Tund. 96 . in la thancatar cleirigh
Con[n]acht uaidhibh fo dimdhaigh, RC xviii 151 . roimdig fo
dimdaig, Cog. 130 . clódh diomdhadh Dé averting God's
anger
, A. Ó Dálaigh 4 . saor ó dhlighthibh diomdha Dé,
65 xxxvi 9 . aimhleas ar Ghaoidheal . . . do mhuin diomdha ní
dhearnsam, Gofraidh Fionn x § 32 ( Ir. Monthly 1919 ). re
dúsccadh na diomdhaidh ┐ re fadód na fírfheirge, FM vi
2266 . a Thighearna . . . ná smachtuigh mé ann do dhiomdha,
Psalms xxxviii 1 . ní fáth díomdha, Ó Bruad. ii 74 . As quasi-
70 vn. mac mo Dé do d. ¤ | gen timna do comall God's Son [shall]
be displeased, Arch. iii 241 . Used specially of discontent at
churlish or inhospitable treatment: conna ruca ar nd. ¤ a
Atherne, or Eochaid, mátá ocaind do shétaib ni bas áil duit
corruca, RC viii 48 . fācgbais . . . don fert[h]igis cen dáim fa
75d. ¤ úad co brath, BColm. 82 . Cf. ní theighedh aen fo dhiomdha
uadha gan riar, FM vi 1984 . Colum Cille . . . cabras da māinib
gan d. ¤ | gach dām imda ilarda without [their] being dissatis-
fied
(?), Im. Br. 88 . saint doiu cin dimga, Anecd. ii 69 . gan
fhear dearmaid na diomdha, Gofraidh Fionn iii § 44 ( Ir.
80Monthly 1919 ). fear ar nach dubhradh diomdha ag branaibh
against whom rapacious chieftains (?) had no complaint to
make
, Ó Bruad. ii 246 . With obj. gen. of object or person that
excites dissatisfaction: cuit cáinte ┐ braigire ni lēicther i faill
. . . ni d. ¤ phraind, LL 29b43 . nínta a ndimdha céin rombāmar
85i nArd Ruidhe we have no fault to find with their treatment [of
us] while we were in A.
, Arch. iii 296 . raraid nach bérad
breith etarru, ar nírb áil do nech dib da d. ¤ , LL 229a26 .
deithbir dūind a ndimdae, Anecd. i 48 . gé rug bú iomdha
uainne, | a dhiomdha nir dhú dhúinne we should not be angry
with him
, Bk. of O'Conor Don 160b14 . is teirc ar ndiomdha
5 less is the displeasure we merit, A. Ó Dálaigh xxiv 8 . With
tuillid (do-slí) incurs the displeasure of, offends (see O'Rahilly,
ZCP xvii 212 n. 1 , Desid.): tuillfidhe . . . ón gcuimdhe . . .
diomdha bhur ndrochriaglach, your evil rules would incur the
Lord's displeasure
, PCT 776 . With DE: fuil trí ní | ná dlegair
10do bocht Dé bí | dimmda da bethaid cipé, LB 238 marg. inf.
= Triads p. ix . Later usually with subj. gen. and AR of
object of displeasure: is mor mo d. ¤ ort gan a indissin dam,
Acall. 4502 . in tí na fuigbead in caire cen a d. ¤ do beith fort-su,
MR 50 . ní tre diomdha ar clandaib Táil, ZCP viii 222 . bá
15follus diomdha Dé . . . for Gaoidhelaibh, FM vi 2288 . diomdha
ar Dhia nocha dhligheann, Gofraidh Fionn iii § 48 ( Ir.
Monthly 1919 ). trém dhiomdha ar do dhreich rachaoin,
x § 35 .

dimdach adj o,ā (dimda) ungrateful, unsatisfied, displeased: gl.
20 ingratus, Ml. 45a7 ; 102c2 . indimdachu (gl. ingratius), 124c5 .
(a) Used absolutely: dorigne in dara clam atlugud budi do
Dia, dimmdach imorro in clam aile (= ingratus), Lat. Lives
p. 83 . coiri an Dagdai, ni tegedh dám d. ¤ uadh no company
ever left it unsatisfied
, RC xii 58 . nach dechaid aoidhigh
25dimdhach óm theghdhais riam, Anecd. i 77 . Compar. narab
diomdhoidhe tusa sin, ZCP x 284 . Adv. docodar na techta
go dimgach gan giall, BB 200b37 .
(b) With obj. gen.: robdar dimdaig Dé for ruth | ó shunn
rancater dithrub, SR 4051 .
30(c) With DO(?): nibdar dimdaig dond airrig, SR 3550 . nir bo
dímdach do Dia dein | manbad airc[h]ra dia aimsir (Adam)
would not have been ungrateful to God but for being made subject
to death
, 1471 (= ni bad dimmach sum de, MacCarthy 60 ).
ba buidech [Dia] d'Abial | . . . | is ba d. ¤ do Chaein displeased
35with
, 1980 .
(d) With DE: ba dimdaig díb . . . | slóig móra mac nIsrahél,
SR 5519 . is d. ¤ dím Rí na rann, ZCP ix 486 . rob d. ¤ cach dám
dít (viz. for her refusing to give food and drink), BColm. 26 .
is diumdach Guaire díot tria thecht tairis, SG 53 . ná bí
40díom go díomdhach, A. Ó Dálaigh iv 2 . da ngabhadaois ciall
. . . do bheidis diomdhach diobh fein, Luc. Fid. 187 .
(e) marcach . . . dur diomdhach thankless, hard to please ,
Ó Bruad. ii 76 . Cf. dimbuidech.

dimdaige n iā, f. (dimdach): co ndeni ┐ dimdaigi ` ingratitude ',
45 Ml. 124c2 . dā cét laech rolamairsium, | damair-sium a nd. ¤ ;
| dosfuc fo éc displeasure (?), LL 192a12 .

dimdaigid v(dimda) shows displeasure: dia mba rouallach
notdimdaigfaider (dodimdaigfer, v.l.) `you will be thought
vexatious
', Tec. Corm. § 29 .

50 dimdatus n(dimda) displeasure: cen dimess no d. ¤ , Fél.² xlv
gl. 9 (3) .

? dimde ind(dim) that which is something, existent: pl. it nephdimdi
.i. nidat ní (gl. nihil), Ml. 130d7 .

díme: ind dimhe .i. tuidme, O'Dav. 702 . Abstracted from do-
55díme
, q.v.

dímeltatu n t, m. (dímelte) decrepitude: co dimeltataid (gl. in
senectam), Ml. 88d9 . huan dimeltataid (gl. senio), 105b4 . ren
dimiltataid (gl. ante senium), 91a12 .

dímelte part. of do-meil used up, consumed; worn out, decrepit:
60 dimelta .i. ni fiu a fomailt, O'Mulc. 328 . dia mbói C. . . . ina
ṡenóir d. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 396 . opsa senoir dímellte, RC xiii
464 . senoir dimelta, YBL 113b10 = dimilte, RC xxv 34
(Rawl.) = dímiltni, ib. 22 (LL). dīmelta . . . a chnāmi, ZCP
iii 43 . Cf. díblide, dimlithe.

65 dímer adj(dí- neg. + mer) not flighty, steady (?): Daire d. ¤ (: míled)
dron ` steadfast ', Met. Dinds. iii 134 .

dímesraigthe adj immeasurable, huge, vast: cach mulchnoc
dímór . . . dimesraigthe, TBC 2601 = TBC² 1938 .

1 dímess n m. (neg. dí- + mess) undervaluing, disparaging, con-
70tempt (absol. or with obj.): dimeas .i. droichmeas, O'Cl. ní
tabarthi d. ¤ do neoch for nach n-énirt contempt is not to be
shown by anyone to any feeble person
, Wb. 6c19 . for nech ni
furme dimes he despises none, Ériu ii 228 . co ndimhes ecna
Dhe, Lism. L. 4576 . ni raib miscais foë (sc. fo mo chridiu) . . .
75nā dimmus nā dīmes, ZCP vi 259 . brón fri naimtiu, failti fri
dímes, 3 B 23, 23b30 . tré a ndearna da dhímeas féin in his
self-disparagement
, 3 C 1 2, 4.9 . is díleas inn dá gach fhior |
sinn fa dhímheas níor dligheadh in bad repute, Gofraidh
Fionn x § 32 ( Ir. Monthly 1919 ). dobheirid dímheas d'a fhuil
80ro naomhtha, Donl. 220 . cen d. ¤ without disparagement, with-
out reproach (freq. in verse): Iessé cen dimess díth, | ba athair
diles Dauíd, SR 5711 . atteoch friut cen dīmes | cech díles Dé,
ZCP viii 231 . re gairm cen dímes dar ler, Fél.² lxxvi . cen
nach nd. ¤ , LL 134b36 ( Todd Nenn. 256 ). gan dímeas ris,
85 BB 19b43 . flaith do ráinig d'ágh gan dímheas, Keat. Poems
1535 .
Transf. of a person: gach dimeas .i. gin eneclann (person of
no legal standing?), O'C. 2600 - 1 ( Eg. 88, 51 (52)b ).
Also dímis(s) as pred.: tuaristal ri Druing . . . | o righ Erind,
ní dímis ` not contemptible ', BR 84 . ceart righ Ailigh . . . | itir
5dhairibh nach dímis, 120 .
Follg. cases of doubtful meaning occur in rhetorics:
airchisfither dia már des maig Murthemni dimes, LL 119a42 .
atchíu a sciath . . . fail uas drongaib dímes, BDD § 100.z .
Note also: fuaradar bás i bpeacaidhibh an dímheis ` pride ',
10 ZCP iv 414 (cf. díummus).