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dinnra xsee dírna.

dino xsee didiu.

dínochtad vn. of dínochtaid uncovering, laying bare: in
dinochtad . . . inna oblæ ┐ in cailich, Thes. ii 252 ( Stowe
5Miss. 64b ). o shein co dínochtud choiligh oifrind, LB 251a37 .

dínochtaid v(nocht) lays bare, uncovers: dinochtar gl. denuda-
tur, Ml. 54d23 . Vn. dínochtad.

dínsem vn. of do-nessa spurning, despising; contempt, insult:
do dinsim cecha cloíne, Hib. Min. 327 . do dīnsem cacha
10clōene, ZCP iii 22.7 . d. ¤ lebar despising books (one of the marks
of bad pleading), Tec. Corm. § 22.12 . dinsium in domhain,
Lism. L. 1134 . d. ¤ na n-erchraide, PH 6864 . is mór an dín-
sium . . . dosbere foraind, 3911 . dom anacul . . . ar dairmitin
ar d. ¤ from disrespect and contempt, LL 360a marg. mor-chis
15Connacht cu Cruachain | gan dínseam (dímheas, LL) dia
ndegh-thuathaibh, BB 272a50 . dligidh cumal . . . fria cuinnse
cucht ara d. ¤ , Laws iv 350.5 . ní tarda dínsium fora n-abraim-si,
CF 89.20 . tug rí Ciannachta dínsiomh mor for rígh Éirenn,
TFrag. 176.z . an tra do rad an Flann . . . an dinnsiomsi do
20righ Eirenn offered this insult, 178.6 .

dínsemaid v(dínsem) spurns, despises; insults: dinsémtair
popuil, RC xxvi 44 . Vn. a coimdid do opad ┐ do diultad ┐ do
dinsemad , LB 120a20 . for cúrsachad ┐ for dínsemad De,
122b20 . See dínsigid, dínsimad.

25 dínsi xsee 1 dísle.

dínsid n i,m. (see dínsem) despiser (?): ní dinsid tiar ná tair | rí
inhislib ri i n-arddaib, SR 7629 (line one syll. short).

dínsigid v(see dínsem) despises: ro-dínsig ┐ rodímicnig guth na
mná, PH 6619 . ro dínsidh siomh an maith n-erchradhach ar
30an fflaith suthain, FM vi 2370 . ro dinsigh ┐ rodimhighnidh
dhámh a derbrathar, LL 386a52 . Part. do'n duine ropo
deroil ┐ ropo dínsigthe fiadaib fen, PH 4485 . demna duba
dinsigthe, ZCP iii 34 . See dínsemaid, dínsimigid.

dínsimad x= dínsemad (see dínsemaid): a lámh trén dinsimh-
35thi drong | rob sén íslighthi echdronn, Book of O'Conor Don
392az .

dínsimigid v= dínsemaid: mairg dinsimiges bréthir nDé,
LB 12b48 .

dínu (-ĭ- ?) n nt, m. (cf. dinid). lamb: d. ¤ gl. agna, Sg. 49a1 . don
40dínit, 39b11 . dinit cacha mnā maithe a suckling from every
gentlewoman
, BColm. 50.7 . díne the young of animals: díne
cacha cethra, O'Don. Suppl. (H. 3,18, 596a19).

Dio n.loc. Togail D. ¤ (title of a story), Anecd. ii 44 .

díobtha díobuigthe adj(opad) very great; harsh, severe: d. ¤ ,
45 E. O'Rahilly 289.3 . díobuighthe, Hackett xiii 6 . See
O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 205 - 6 , and díupa.

diobuirt xsee díupart.

diocánach n(based on Eng. ?) deacon: a n-diogánach 'sa
mbiocáire beul-tais, 23 G 24, 412 . Cf. decánach.

50 dioces n(Eng. or Romance loan-word) diocese , Maguires of F.
§ 7 . See also dioséis and diosis.

díoirb adj(orbb): dofer . . . dall, dioirb, druth disinherited (?),
O'C. 2486 ( Eg. 88, 39 (40)c ).

diöl n[n. ?] some kind of fillet or diadem (?): lodix .i. sléic nó
55ruamnae nó diol, Sg. 69a9 . a cír a criol cen chlód | cona diol
(cona ndiol, LL) do derg-ór, Met. Dinds. iii 464 . imarchide
a ndiol dichōid de muldach Muire ingini iar compert din
Spirad naob . . . cethe (= cid he) cathbarr nogabtha forsind
cetul hi fil molad Dē . . . (explaining why the Magnificat is
60sung after the Beati as a complement to it), Mon. Tall. § 1
(127.10) .

diolad n(? trisyll. Cf. diöl) covering (?): lecc do mármair oc
díten in adnacthi co ndiolud óir furri, LB 158a6 .

diolesedaig adjgl. ardentes, PH 6234 . See díḟoillsigthech.

65 diolsigit: v saraphin . . . .i. ardentes diolesedaig, iarsinní
diolsigit o sheirc in choimded, PH 6235 . See díḟoillsigid.

dionnta x .i. tionntúdh. d. ¤ na tána .i. tionntódh na tána, O'Cl.
Cf. Dinda na Tána s.v. dind.

díór adj (ór) gilding: di-ór .i. color auri gl. abriza (taken as =
70 obryzum or obrussa), Sg. 73a4 . co mindaib argdidib fo diór,
TBFr. 38 . dá aurainech arggait . . . fo diór, 82 .

díórad n m. (díór) gilding: tricha traiged i n-airdi cacha hairinig
crédumae co n-diórad óir friú, FB 2 . Fig. adorning, enhan-
cing (?): is diórad figle it is enhancing (of the merit) of a vigil (?),
75 Fél. Ep. 199 , glossed diora .i. cumdach, is deorad .i. is etarfua-
rad nó cumtach. Hence also: dí-óradh .i. órádh mór ( great
prayer ), O'Cl.

díorcun n ā,f. (dí-org-) destruction: do foditu cruche ┐ diorcne ar
Christ, Thes. ii 247 (Cambr.).

80 díórdae adj io,iā (díór) gilded, gilt: rarírus-sa im deich ndeilci
derca diorda, BDD § 28 = diortha, BDD² 271 . muir . . . co
ndathaibh diōrdaib, Ériu ii 112 § 34 .

díorpus n[u,m.] (orba) state of being disinherited: coínsit friss a
nd. ¤ ara n-ainmib that they were disinherited because of their
85defects
(of two lame men), Trip.² 1525 .

dioscurs n(Eng. or Lat. loan-word) argument, proof: an cheud
chuid dod dhiosgurs giobach creud nar eidir le Dia corp do
chur a naoinfeacht a nda . . . ionad, Luc. Fid. 330.18 . an
diosgurs sin no na reasuin le gcruthaighir gurab é as miniu-
ghadh . . . don bhiobla an ghluais ud, 325.4 . go lenaid a
5ndioscursuibh follaine mur raidhte derbhtha, 270.11 .