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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).

2 dímess n(mess): dímheas .i. meas mór no móirmheas, O'Cl.

dímíad n u,m. (míad) dishonour, disrespect, treating with con-
tumely: fo dimiad cech anrechtach, SR 8335 . cen d. ¤ , 5843 .
coṅgerdar cen dimiada | dochum flatha sech tedma, 8367 . ni
15uair dimiad `she had no lack of honour', Met. Dinds. iii 434 . ní
har dimiad nā essonoir di, PH 67 . dimiad dom chleirech,
dom clog, Fen. 220 . in d. ¤ doratsatar Gréic . . . do Throiannaib,
LL 228b1 . iar tabhairt dímiadha do a naonach Tailltenn,
SG 72 . do dighail for T. in dímiada móir tucsat for Grécu,
20 TTr.² 562 . in d. ¤ ro-imdig for a rig, MR 30 . robatar fo dáire
┐ dim[i]ad, Alex. 317 . fo dhimiach ┐ fo dhimigin, Ms. Mat.
551 . más é as tuar dímhiadha dhamh, DDána 101.34 . ic
fulang . . . dímiada ┐ tarcasail, LB 256az .
With subj. gen. and DO: Media . . . rap anforlond aicnid lé
25d. ¤ ┐ dímbríg ┐ dímicin Iasóin dí the dishonour . . . which J. had
done her
, LL 222a17 .
With obj. gen.: cid fódruair lat-su mo d. ¤ sa fíad andrib
ilib? LU 3902 . do digail a dímhiada ar D., MR 110 . robaoi
ina mhenmain aithe a dhímhiada ar Sh., FM vi 1972 .

30 dímíadaige n iā,f. (dímíad) disrespect, want of respect: munab
ar dimíadaide in cheile ris in flaith out of disrespect on the
part of the tenant for the chief
, Laws ii 318 Comm. ar dimiadaide
leis na flatha, 320 . ar dimiadaighi in cheile, O'Dav. 707 .

dímíadaigid v(dímíad) shows disrespect (to): is drochcubus don
35ti dimiadaides intí . . ., Laws ii 320 Comm.

dímicdetu n t, m. (dímicthe) contempt: i ndimicdetaid ón (gl.
humiliandos), Ml. 110d17 .

dimicedar xsee do-meiccethar.

dímicem ā,f. O.Ir. vn. of do-meiccethar judging severely,
40 condemning, disdaining: is inse a ndímiccem it is impossible
to condemn them
, Wb. 4c2 . na taibred dimiccim foir (gl. non
iudicet), 6b11 . ni fuirmi nech dimiccim foir-som (gl. a nemine
iudicatur), 8c1 . ar dimicim ┐ chomainsem in boicht, Ml.
36a34 . iar n-ar n-dimicimni (gl. post dispectum nostrum),
45 91a1 . mess dimicme a disparaging judgement, 24a9 . Wb.
11b26 . dimeichem (sic) .i. nem-moradh, O'C. 113 ( H. 3.18
72a ). Later replaced by dímicen, q.v.

dímicen n ā,f. Later form of O.Ir. dímicem. n s. usually
dímicin. Also dimiciu, LL 223b48 . dimice, 229a12 . g s.
50 dimicin, BB 416a16 , 495b2 .
Condemning, despising (with obj. gen. or prep.); insult:
dimhiccin .i. tár no tarcaisne, O'Cl. dimicen inimicorum gl.
despectus, Ml. 129a1 . ba d. ¤ mór leo Fergus dia tabairt hi
tindscra they deemed it a great insult that F. had given them,
55 LL 106a46 ( Ériu iv 24 ). ba dímice mor la D. a fácbáil,
229a12 . is dúib is mebul in dímiciu rafhuirmed forom-sa,
223b48 . dethbir dímicin do na hindmassaib talmandaib,
PH 5878 . in dimegin tucais doib gan nech dib do thogha duit,
Aen. 698 . dimhigin for eccnoi, ZCP ix 168 . doradadh
60dimiccin ┐ tarcaisne dosidhe, FM vi 1972 . din dímicin ra-
immir L. fair, LL 222a36 . do dímicin a smachta ┐ a rechta,
LB 144a17 . ac dimhicin Molaisi belittling M., SG 31 . dobe-
ram dímicin do, PH 2030 . innisidh . . . in dīmicin ┐ in dī-
mhīagh tachmhaircc tucadh . . . fair, ZCP xiii 169.30 . dorat
65dímhicin for na techta, Marco P. 30 . dorad sár ┐ dimiccin
don chrois, FM v 1466 . lasan dimhigin . . . doronsat do
Ghaoidhealaibh, Hugh Roe 76 . fo dhimiach ┐ fo dhimigin,
Ms. Mat. 551 . cen digu cen dimicin (chev.), Lec. 78b15 . cen
dimicein (: sen), 45b22 . fobithin na dimicni doratais for fir-
70bald Crist, Mon. Tall. § 66 (= dimmicne, Ériu ii 222 ). i
ndioghail dímiccne Findén, FM ii 1116 . in bem dimecin
dorat L. fair, BB 416a16 . adrith (no rogab) A. erred amra
ndimicin alaile miled imbi, 495b2 = erriud ndíndim mean,
shabby
, Alex. 765 .

75 dímicnech adj o,ā (dímicen) contemptible, despicable: do chinn
innmais dhímiccnigh dimaoin in tsaogail, ZCP x 415 . Compar.
ni raibi isin doman duine bud dimicnigi oldás, Acall. 5523 v.l.

dímicn(ig)id v(dímicen) despises, condemns, disparages: do
nim asselbaim na bulla-sa ┐ nos-dímicnigimm, PH 6587 .
80 dímicnid ┐ tarcasnig in námait n-arsata, 2539 . na dímicnid
he, 5851 . dimicnigfider cech sáer every noble will be con-
demned
, RC xxvi 38 § 190 . dimicnigfiter sūid sages will be
despised
, 40 § 211 . co rodimiccniger (rodimmigniur, v.l.)
cech n-airfitiud coldaidhe, Otia ii 99 § 36 . rosguidsit . . . na
85rodímígníged na Troiandai ar na Greco, BB 440a52 . rodin-
sigh rodimignidh itir dhámh a derbrathar, LL 386a52 .
ro-dímicnig . . . ires cretim na nÉbóntai, PH 2530 . ro-bar-
dimicnigsebair fen ye have deemed yourselves of no account,
6618 . in eneach a scrini rodimhigneadh that had been dis-
honoured
, FM iii 124.5 . Part. dímicnithe. See also do-
5meiccethar
.