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10 driuch adj u, later dírech o,ā. See Thurn. Gramm. § 192 .
(a) straight, direct: dus in d. ¤ m'urchor, TBC 1185 . tuiri tren
diriuch do lar, SR 4273 . in sét fodén tan and is dírech he,
tan aile is cam, PH 3995 . direach he ó find (leg. ind) co bond
erect, RC xvii 150.12 . crand d. ¤ digaind, LB 221a42 . co n-arm
15daighrech direch with a fiery straight weapon, Met. Dinds. iii
152 ( BB 369b9 ). ní d. ¤ nō rēidh, Corm. Y 476 . sēt d. ¤ , 434 .
a n-agaid gluasachta dirid na cethardula ata gluasacht
timcill na firmaminnti, Ir. Astr. Tr. 60.6 . seanchus na
Naomh do breith isin raon direach go a mbunadhus, MS.
20Mat. 552.13 . leanfam ar ar sinnseroib is in líne ndíreach,
556.25 . oighre dírech dleasanach lineal lawful heir, Rel. Celt.
ii 166.5 . an éirghe dhíreach dobheir an sagart ar féin,
Eochairsg. 53.32 . déan do shlighe díreach im fhiaghnuisi
`make straight Thy path before me', Ps. v 8 . gach snáithe
25shligheadh . . . réidhe díorgha, Ériu v 58.26 . carput . . . co
creitt uraird dírig, LL 189a5 . lámha dírgha datháille, Ériu
iii 152 § 5 . colptha dirgi, RC xxiv 200 . is cethrachair ind
fit[h]chill ┐ it dīrge a tithe, Corm. Y 607 . ro athchuirset da
urchur fir-dhirge eturru, MR 254.17 . robtar reidhe dirghe
30fedha Erenn go sin, Leb. Gab. 136 . na nglúinibh díorgha in
their direct generations
, Content. v 117 . as d. ¤ donfuc Día God
hath brought us direct
, RC ix 462 .
Compar. cechaing ceim as dírgu (dirgiu, v.l.), Fél. March 20 .
As superl. an lin[e] as dirgha dib sin, Ir. Astr. Tr. 128.x .
35 Adv. turesci . . . d. ¤ tescas, Corm. Y 1244 . in fer fodrácaib
co claen aitchid fris a facbail co d. ¤ , FB 26 . rosined in dethach
. . . | co d. ¤ triasinn ahér, SR 2150 . an lampa ata a fiadnaisi an
adhnuici co dírech right before the Sepulchre, Maund. 70 .
scáili . . . bhís co dírech ider an grein ┐ an ré, O'Gr. Cat.
40 247.22 .
In adv. phrase cach ndíriuch straightly, directly (see Thurn.
Gramm. § 381 ): suas cach d. ¤ , Bcr. 18c4 . antúaid cachṅdìruch,
19c1 . dochuirethar . . . certli do Braun tar a gnúis cach
n-dírech, Im. Brain 62 . rogab ac slaide ┐ ic slectad in tslúaig
45cach nd. ¤ , CRR 52 . teit a Temraig gach nd. ¤ he goes straight
out of T.
, Ériu iii 150 § 3 . dollotar . . . cech nd. ¤ ar cind Throil,
TTr.² 1509 . a n-aicen in mhara siar gach nd. ¤ directly west,
RC xiv 40 § 43 . do dēnomh ar in Spāinn gach ndīrech, Fl.
Earls 10.3 . fear dom fhóir gach ndírighse straight away (?),
50 Ó Bruad. ii 110 . Cf. ni fil iar nd. ¤ scribind isin scribtuir bali
as a tisad, Lec. 73a33 .
beirid díriug carries off, obtains ( Thurn. Gramm. 240 ): ni
berat diriug gl. delinquent, `they will not succeed', Ml. 54a24 .
dugaithfiter .i. ní berat diriug gl. fallentur, 26 . ceniberat
55diriug, 28 . made huare nach rucsat diriug `vain, because they did
not succeed
', 54d16 . cen brith diriug (sic leg., doriug, MS.) neich
adchobrat, 89b5 . huare nad rucsat diriug orcuin Duid
`because they did not succeed in the slaying of David', 23b5 .
(b) straightforward, upright, just, right: is díriug dúib
60cretem do it is right for you to believe in Him, Wb. 17b32 .
acht spiurt diriug `but an upright spirit', Ml. 71d2 . is díriug
gl. equum est, 59d8 . is d. ¤ a ndechor deg cinte persana right is
their difference because they define persons
, Sg. 197a13 . d. ¤ cach
dethbere every necessity is just, Laws ii 2 . cubus direch
65dianim, Ériu i 138.4 . is and míastair mess d. ¤ for cách, ii
194 § 7 . athesc dobais d. ¤ dói, ZCP iii 23 . rop d. ¤ a forcitul,
Arch. iii 313 § 11 . is dīriug i mbésaib a dāna, Corm. Y 275 .
Iubair dhírech dhil, Bk. of Lism. 52b2 . do rug . . . breith
dhíreach ar Ridire na Comhairle, ITS x 114 . iar ndliged
70direch, PH 4025 . do indithim in gníma dírig the just deed,
6083 . is dírech briathar an tigerna, 3 B 22, 86a5 . cuimnigh
mo thimna .i. beith direach a ngradh do namad, 36a17 . cia
an lóchrann soluis acht an mhéin díreach, TSh. 1443 . i
n-aghaidh an réasúin dírigh, 3343 . chalender direch firinneach
75 an accurate trustworthy calendar, 3 C 19, 284rb 30 . do bhí
mé díreach aige I was perfect with Him, Ps. xviii 23 . an
Tighearna . . . noch shaoras an díreach i ccroidhe the upright
of heart
, vii 10 . neithe ata dothuìgsighe, noch iompoighid
an dream neamhfhoghlomtha ón gcéill dhírigh from the
80straight, direct sense
, 2 Peter iii 16 . As sobriquet: Tadc
Direach, Lec. 150d22 . do Cholgain mac Domnaill dírig,
LL 181b22 . pl. atan dirgi ho chridiu, Ml. 30b2 . etercerta
dirge, Tec. Corm. p. 56 n. 34 . bretha dírge, Bruss. 2569, 65b .
Adv. is direch tuicther so tre Iob, PH 7696 . rigi firéna dogniat
85a follamnus co dírech, PH 4066 . legfim so thoruinn oir ni don
liaigh go direach is iomchubaid e, 3 C 19, 56rb 36 . Compar.
gurab íad is firinnighe dhirghe . . . ar a ffocloibh fon doman,
Fl. Earls 92.22 . giodh dirga fodnait san adhbhar gaothmhar
detmhor they are more directly serviceable, 3 C 22, 220a23 .
Superl. dírgimem gl. aequissima, Ml. 49d5 .
5As subst. in dirig gl. recti, Ml. 35a14 .
(c) actual, downright, real: nīrba dír co mbeith gné feōla
dirgi fair oca caithem (of consecrated species miraculously
changed into flesh and then changed back again), ZCP iii
36.27 . ? eter dā roth rosia digal d. ¤ (from Cú Chulaind's
10`beochobra'), LL 119b37 .
Compds. ¤ chenn straight-headed (opposed to cromm): ní
mó is bachall ind oenchendach crom oldas in debennach d.,
D iv 2, 53b2 . ¤ menmnach just-minded: díríug[men]mnig
gl. anim[a] equiores, Thes. i 498 ( Ardm. 189a2 ). ¤ thuillemain:
15 d. ¤ gl. rectum perpendiculum, O'Mulc. 745 .

? diriud: adj ordlach innraic ina errbu .i. d. ¤ aice .i. ina iriud nó
ina fired (of a vessel), O'Dav. 807 . Appar. unblemished in:
bó og allainn asi d. ¤ , dianim, O'C. 251 ( H. 3.18 145b ).

dírma n m. and f. (cf. dírimm) dírma m., IGT Decl. § 2 . troop,
20 band: diorma .i. buidhean, O'Cl. diorma a troop, Eg. Gl. 245 .
rolā dirmae din chath imbi a troop of the battalion gathered
around him
(?), TBC² 3288 . co faccadur in mbuidhin da
n-indsaigid ina da ndirma, Acall. 5888 . tuc a d. ¤ sloigh leis,
CCath. 1627 (see dírím). sé 's a druth, ba dind dīrmma a
25goodly cavalcade
, BColm. 88.19 . d. ¤ suadh a host of poets,
Misc. Celt. Soc. 348.25 . díorma do dheamhnaibh, TSh. 5221 .
nach mairfeadh . . . drong ná díorma ná duine don deagh-
shluagh, 683 . i ttréchumascc an díorma aga threórucchadh,
FM vi 1920 . go ro tharbluingset an díorma forsan ffaithche,
30 Hugh Roe 50.23 . an dhíorma, 52.10 . a meodhan na rígh-
dhíorma soin, CRR² p. 78 . Of a single person (?): Berrach
brec | ingen Cais Chuailgne nir cert, | robo rigan fuilt buide |
┐ dirma degduine, Acall. 2166 (= fa ben díla degd. ¤ , Lism.).
`a wife worthy a good man', O'Gr. (a host in herself?). 'na
35ndirmaib 'na mmorsluagaib, SR 3946 . dirmada dethsluagh,
ZCP vi 49.12 . tancadar . . . 'na ndrongaib ┐ 'na ndirmaib,
CCath. 949 . tainic . . . ┐ a dirmadha slóigh . . . ina farradh,
1483 . dirmada aigthighe na marcach Tesalta, BB 490b13 . as
cuimhin liom gur chuir Éire na diormadh sin di (i.e. the suc-
40cessive bands of invaders or immigrants), Celt. Rev. x 140.32 .

dírmach adj o,ā (dírma) of the troops, having many troops: álaind
cóiciur d. ¤ (sic leg.) dron, Ériu iv 100.5 . ingen dóib in dían d. ¤ ,
Met. Dinds. ii 66 . maic Doirche dírmaig, iii 4.26 . fir ríglaich,
co combáid cind | dirmaig forráin for Hérind, 18 . Mac in
45duinn dirmaig na rend, Fen. 150 . d. ¤ .i. díréimnightheach .i.
siubhal mór, O'Cl. (cf. dírimm (a)). See also dírmannach.

Dirmag pn= Dair-mag, see dair.

Dirmaid n.pr. m. = Díarmait? LL 353a69 , 73 .

dírmannach adj o,ā (dírimm) troopful, host-leading: mac Bratha
50meic dirmannaig Deatha, Met. Dinds. ii 42.10 .

dírna n[iā, f.?] (a) large mass, weight or measure used as a
standard (see Hermathena xlvi 3 ): d. ¤ ainm tomuis, acht ni
hinann gach d. ¤ dibh .i. Gall-d. ¤ ┐ d. ¤ glasaigh, ┐ d. ¤ umaidhe,
┐ d. ¤ Patraic, O'Dav. 679 . lestar lulaice, da dirna dec ind,
55 O'Don. 903 ( H. 3.17 645 ). Cf. dinnra clasaighe, .i. tomus bis
'con lucht claides ín clais, O'C. 2083 ( H. 4. 22 70a ). diorna .i.
nuimhir no tomhas, O'Cl. luin oc elaib, unga oc dīrnai
(dirnaib, MS.) crotha banathech oc cruthuib rignai (rignaib,
MS.) an ounce compared with a dírna, Corm. Y 69 . luin o
60cheolaib uingi o dirnaib (dirna ainm tomais moir), LU
330 (ACC). fordomdiur tri dírnu di argut ar teora férba,
Corm. p. 20(s.v. fir) = fortomidiur tri dirna do argat arræ ar
teoræ ferbai, Corm. Y 585 . lóg ndirnai di sainchrund the
worth of a d. ¤ of private property
, Ériu vii 156.14 . mensas
65numulariorum (.i. inna dirnae), ZCP viii 174 . Hence in name
of a celebrated stone: d. ¤ .i. cloch, ut est d. ¤ in Dagda, H. 3.18.
650b . d. ¤ .i. cloch in Dagdai, Triads 237 .
(b) crowd, large number (perh. through confusion with
dírma, q.v.): focherd d. ¤ mór dint slóg, TBC² 213 . rola d. ¤
70dina cathaib ┐ dina sluagaib ac déscid in láich sin, TBC 5391 .
rogabsat díorna don dreim sin | dana dfogloim fora ccuairt,
Leb. Gab. 238.29 .

Dirnech n.pr. m. g s. Dirnich, Lec. 460a48 .

díroirpiter xsee 2 do-rorban.

75 díroth xsee -díthat.

dírraim nalso dírram. By-form of dírimm, q.v. (a) act of flowing
rapidly, rushing, crowding (?): in lán mara ac diraim (dirram,
v.l.) 'na ruadhbuinne robhurta i n-aigid na gaeithe, CCath.
1971 . ro gab in ruadhbuinni robarta ic asccnam ┐ ic dirram
80for urtrennaib in traga, 2638 . lointi na slógh for snam [┐
dírramh] sechnón in longphuirt lasin tola uisci, 2347 .
(b) throng, crowd (?): tanic side reme dírrám slóig móir co
Accaill Breg, CRR 23 . cid in dirram slóig móir rofail itegaid, ib.

dírruidigud, -igthe xsee díṡruthigud, -igthe.

85 dirsan adjalso dirsann, dursan, dursain, dirsin, etc. sad, unlucky,
calamitous (used of objective cause of sorrow, not in subjective
sense). As interj. woe, alas: do thoitim fria Cu | ba d. ¤ a lōeg,
TBC² 2716 . ba d. ¤ do dith, 2661 . bid d. ¤ a bith-ingnas, Liad.
and Cuir. 16.26 . is d. ¤ in tiughcelebrath sorrowful is the last
farewell
, Fianaig. 36.17 . ni ba dirsann in galur sin, IT i 121.21
5( TE § 7 Eg.). dursan ar g-cuairt chosgair chain, ML 16.16 .
go ndearna gníomh bhus dursan, 110.25 . d. ¤ bith i mbethaid
dam | d'eis rig Gaoideal ┐ Gall, Corm. Y 606 . ba d. ¤ lem sellad
fris, 975 . ba dirsin is mor do du | ┐ da muir eturru, Anecd. i
6.18 . sursan, dursan, degscel, drochscel | maidm catha . . . |
10sursan rig dorigni failid | dursan ri forsar maig (exceptional use
of person), Cog. 32 . ceu (= ceo) Bachi dirsand a Bachi alas o
Bacchus
(explanation of `ceo B.'), O'Mulc. 213 . diorsan .i.
droichní no droichsgél, O'Cl.
Generally folld. by prep. DO: romsaraigset as cach cruth |
15dursan dam a tuistigud, SR 2424 . ni bo d. ¤ dait do úaiti ar
a cind, TBC² 1049 . is dursan dit (duit, LU), 1249 . d. ¤ dó in
rian rorá, Met. Dinds. ii 14.66 . dursan duindi in scel garb |
Illand mac Scanlain is marb, Anecd. i 12.24 . d. ¤ deit beth
amal-sin, PH 3331 . ba dursan d'Fionnachta aniu laighe
20i ccroilighe, TFrag. 96 . dursain duit a rád frim, Laws i 6.25 .
Folld. by neg. clause would that, a pity that . . . not: dirsan do
Dia nach bi-siu fri céte, SR 2033 . dirsan . . . nach a cēn
domrala uadh, MacCarthy 130 . dursan . . . nách tréd craidi
ro clannustar, MR 152 . d. ¤ náptar hé bátar (nach íat atá, Eg.)
25 and, BDD § 56 . dursan nad eirrge Echbel . . . dursan nach
Fiacha fallnastar (Nuallguba Emire), LL 123b4 . dursand nab
dir lacha lír, Cog. 56.3 .
As subst.: mór nd. ¤ , mór ngalgat, LL 123a20 .