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Diraid (also Dirad, Dirath) n.pr. m. D. ¤ Etardromma, LL
372d43 . Dirad Edairdroma, BB 213b44 . Diraid (epscop
Ferna), Gorm. July 27 . Diraidh, Mart. Don. July 27 . Dio-
raith, epscop Ferna décc an 27 Iuli, FM 690 . g s. Mors
5Dirath epscopi Fernann, AU 692 . Mors Dirath Epscoip
Fernan, CS 689 .

díraim xsee dírraim.

dírain n(cf. feraid, ferthain?) pouring, dropping: tobair imda ag
diráin asin tobur sin, Harl. 5280, 42a . bae [dígal] deithbir
10doráith | dirain for deichtreib dimbláith, SR 6546 . diorain .i.
snighe no sileadh feartana no fleachaidh, O'Cl. Perh. also in:
tumais [a delcc] isin tiprait ┐ lēigis dirinn (di rinn?) in deilge
inus [s]in ina bēul, Aisl. MC 116.20 .

dírainn n(rann) what is non-apportioned, non-appropriated (?),
15hence waste or wild land, mountainous land: a denum a sleib
no i ndiraind committing it in a mountain or wild place (of a
murder), Laws iii 98.3 . fer fogaib frith mbech in neoch mad
sechtar faithchi co ruicce rud mar, no ecmacht, no dirainn
in a . . . wood . . . or wild place, iv 194.21 . dirainn .i. in shleibe,
20 196.8 Comm. tri bruige rig rot ┐ dirainn ┐ muir. Trian do do
nech do cuirither muir, ┐ nomad do a cuit [f]rithe a cele
doneoch fogaib a nd. ¤ the three commons of a king are: a road,
a mountain (?) and the sea. The third of what the sea casts ashore
is due to him and the ninth part is due to him of his tenant's
25finding share of what he gets in waste land
, 194.12 - 14 Comm.
diraind .i. sliab, v 332.28 Comm. dirind uas cach, 484.4 .
aithgin cach fedha o taircell co diraind, i 134.24 Comm.
sruth . . . combi dirand lais, iv 278.22 . tír ná techta díorainn,
Ériu xiii 33.19 . d. ¤ .i. caill ut est bla cuithech sliabh ┐ d. ¤ , O'Dav.
30 742 . itir faithchi ┐ dirinn between a green and a waste, 1387 .
ochtmad isin fiadh co comartha i sléib nó i nd. ¤ , O'Gr. Cat. 80 .

díráith n(1 ráth) without surety: aicc macu hi fiacha ndiraith,
Laws ii 130.9 . ? deirath .i. nach duine nad corach, O'C. 465
( H. 3.18 245 ). denta diraith structure not requiring surety (?)
35(`lawful'), Laws iii 166.20 Comm. Cf. druth .i. oinmit, quasi
dī-rāith, cen fiacha fair ina chintaib, Corm. Y 472 .

? dirand: ind is d. ¤ do tucht atcíu, H. 3.18, 75b ( O'C. 124 - 5 ).

dirath ind(roth ?): carpat dh. ¤ = currus duarum rotarum, Reeves
Ad. 171 note b.

40 dirathe part. of do-sern. a s. d. ¤ gl. (profunda palude) demersum,
Ml. 33c4 .

Dirbforgaill pnsee Derbforgaill.

Dirblas n.pr. m. gen. Dabeoog . . . mac Luainim meic Dibroga
meic Thala meic Dirblais dil (= Dabeoc . . . meic Dirb
45loisdil, BB 231b47 ), Lec. 122a43 . m. Dorblusa , LL 350b23 .
Diblínsi, BB 220c20 .

dirc ind dirk (?): feilm chorr ar dhircuibh (sic leg.? airdhircuibh,
text), Rel. Celt. i 128.28 .

Dirchaill (= Dair-chaill, q.v.) n.loc.: Ciarán Dirchailli, Rawl.
50 92g40 . Lec. 116c11 . Ciaran Dirchaill, Arch. Hib. i 327.x .
S. Dircille (given in list of saints from Rheims Litany), Trip.
ii 502 (probably S. Ciaran D. ¤ should be read).

díre io,n. later f. Vn. of do-ren. See Críth Gabl. p. 84 and the
detailed treatment Ir. Recht 14 ff . (introd.), 22 ff. (texts).
55(a) honour-price: cóic ṡéoit in[n]a díriu di neoch as gress dó
dia eneclainn, Críth Gabl. 161 . dire la aithgin, Laws iii
320.20 . iter d. ¤ ┐ aithgin, iv 120.21 . asren ar cach naithgin
cona diriu amail bid gad rogatad, ii 324.3 . athaigh feadha . . .
bo a ndire cach ae . . . ┐ ní thuc a naithgin ar aird, iv 146.25 ,
60 148.8 Comm. is d. ¤ ar aithgin, 148.10 . [taman] cra[i]nd dia
mbentar a barr . . . Ni dlig [d. ¤ ] acht athgin, O'Mulc. 865 .
ni dlegaither doib dire .i. in ti . . . noca dligenn se eneclann .i.
noca dliginn dire eneclainni do, i 54.25 Comm. athgabail
trise . . . i ndire do treibi, 166.23 . .i. eneclann duit i ngait as
65do threib, 170.6 . d. ¤ gl. eneclann, iv 200 Comm. it cetheora
eirca . . . aithgin ┐ dire, tairgille ┐ enecland, i 258.26 . na con
dlegar diri na eneclann ina sleith who are estopped from claim-
ing d. or e. for forcible abduction
, v 272.2 . cipe imress mela . . .
fort ní fhuil díri no eneclann duit-siu ind, TBC 47 . im dire do
70daise arba .i. it cruaich arba .i. diabladh in arba ┐ eneclann ar
treisi, Laws i 170.27 Comm. ór derg d. ¤ eneclainne in c[h]einiuil
sin uile, LL 312a7 . See also Laws i 54.25 . co na lan diri .i. log
nenech aiscthir no icthair, ii 390.4 Comm. The d. ¤ was fixed
by rank and status of person to whom paid: d. ¤ .i. dí aire (no
75digalre .i. dierrithe do nemtib ar a nuaisligetaid), Corm. p. 15 .
a nEirind cia dire as uaisle fil inde? Dire espuic oighe cona
lanfoltaib, Laws iv 362.20 Comm. aithech arathreba . . . iiii
séoit a d. ¤ di[a] aír a tenant resident — four `seds' are his d. ¤ for
being satirized
, Críth Gabl. 135 . secht seoit diri airech desa,
80 Laws v 30.16 . is and roairled d. ¤ caich fo miad (of Senchus
Már), i 40.13 . ni fuillend diri dar sodain the d. ¤ paid (by a
tenant) does not mount beyond that
(i.e. the honour price of the
chief), ii 324.5 . se baa d. ¤ in asdarceist six cows are the d. ¤ of the
exorcist
, ZCP ix 171.18 . asren d. ¤ a grád dond eclais sārai-
85get[h]ar (of a man in holy orders who violates his celibacy),
Ériu i 218 § 4 .
A proportion of the díre-fine exacted seems to have fallen
as `dues' to king or chieftain (or church?): in tan geibius in
rig ina mama so, is and doranar d. ¤ rig, Laws iv 50.24 . Cf.
also iii 458 . Sometimes paid in specific metal: or d. ¤ in ciniu[i]l
5sin, LL 380a43 . airget bruinti d. ¤ in ciniuil sin, 45 . findruine
d. ¤ in cheneóil sin ina n-eneclaind, 312b34 .
(b) penalty, mulct: cach taide cach egean cach foxal . . . cona
diri is (to be restored) with its d. fine, Laws ii 388.19 . andsum
d. ¤ treibdire the d. ¤ for (injury to or robbery in) a house is the
10most difficult
(to assess), iii 458.12 . asrenar secht n-unga ina
dīri, Cáin Domn. § 27 ( Ériu ii 206 ). a ndire na himirce in
payment for the carrying off of the cattle
, Anecd. ii 65 . fiarfaigis
. . . cia d. ¤ doberar inn ainmedh ┐ inn āir cen c[h]inta, ZCP vii
300.20 . conid edh tres d. ¤ imramach insin dochuisin la Féni,
15 O'Dav. 1118 . nocha n-eirnither d. ¤ ina coluinn, Laws v
236.17 Comm. ness ainm don beim .i. don c[h]rēcht, ut est . . .
a dirib cuirp duine rohairdiged (rohordaiged, v.l.) ness,
Corm. Y 975 . losa feada . . . cura a ndire cach ae `a sheep is
the
d. ¤ -fine for each', Laws iv 148.2 . dire ndarach, 148.19
20Comm. leth diri craeb in cuilind is é lan diri bunbeime in
eigind, 148.10 Comm. athaigh feadha . . . bo a ndire cach ae,
146.25 . a chathair do innriud cen d. ¤ cen mathigudh nách neich
dib sin fris, TTr.² 229 . las dorchair cen diri dib | sechtmoga
mili daririb, Lec. 79a3 . trí mná ná dlegat díri, Triads 185 .
25 fa ma dalbach dī nā tobngar dīre n-ainech, Arch. iii 294.7 .
d. ¤ .i. éraic no eneaclann, O'Cl. d. ¤ .i. Oearaic, P. O'C. payment:
in brethem do mesemnugad in dire is coir in cach duil (of
poets), O'C. 2216 ( Eg. 88, 15 (16)d ). dobert Nuadaid in lam
nairgid do na dire in payment for it (i.e. for his services), Lec.
30 558a21 . Note also: ūair nād bī lāndīre na eclaisi Dé acht dú i
mbi oés grāid full fines (?), full dues (?), Ériu i 220 § 16 .
(c) one's due or right (in this sense perhaps felt as an
abstract of dír, q.v.): dognid sith eter in uli thuath .i. co
n-indised a nd. ¤ ┐ a ndliged doib, PH 824 . o thugais tímchiol-
35ladh flatha for Eir(r)inn gach aon a gceann a dh. ¤ ┐ a dhúth-
chasa (of a judge), ML 102.14 . dire crabaid Erend Fabur,
BB 65b20 . dire ceithirliubair soiscéla ocht mbliadna the time
due to them in transcribing them
, O'Gr. Cat. 80.11 .