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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 .

dírṡuidigud, -igthe xsee díṡruthigud, -igthe.

30 dirthach, -ech xsee dairthech.

1 diruais adj noble (?): cech d. ¤ . . . .i. cach ní rohuais, ACC 64
(RC xx).

2 diruais: ind nir dirúais dar charpat il láim Concul. . . . acht
dorn di n-a bassaib immon roth nothing remained over . . . but,
35 TBC 6069 . Cf. do-fuarat?

dírugud xsee dírgud.

diruidigthe xsee díṡruthigthe.

? diruith: ind ni comshude domanic | nachiar noscrechta imrud |
rosaig m'eolus diam thairind | d. ¤ cadech do latha ind imrud
40(line hypermetrical), Anecd. i 14.24 (rosaigh meolus do
dríuth ca dech do flatho lindradh, v.l. p. 80).

dírún adj(rún) inscrutable: a dímóir, dírúin (God), Laud 610, 5b2 .

dis xsee diss.

díṡaigid: adj dotchaid .i. disaigid .i. ni sothaicdig not attaining (?),
45 Thr. Ir. Gl. 16 . An etymol. gloss. cf. dotchaid .i. díthacaid, 14 .

diṡail ind(disoil, BB 327a19 ; diail, 328b18 = Auraic. 1402 , 1576 )
see dinin.

diṡaltach? ind tar sruth manann disaltaig gaibtig, YBL 84b17 .

di-samlathar v dissembles (formed to render Lat. dissimulare):
50gl. dissimulat, Ml. 21b2 . subj. impf. 3 s. disamlad gl. dissimu-
lans, 114c3 . Vn. dia diamlad to disguise him, 52 .

dísbeg- xsee díspec-.

dísc (dí + sesc) adj barren, dry, run dry (of cattle, rivers, and
fig.), and subst. barrenness, dryness: O'Don. Suppl. P. O'C.
55(diosc), aimrid, díosg, seasg barren, Eg. Gl. 22 . dioscc a cethra
milkless , FM i 96.4 . idir an dís, a tuile 'san d. ¤ deluge and
drought
, Ó Bruad. ii 170 . an fearann díosg, Job xxxix 6 . ris
an díosc nach beirionn the barren that beareth not, xxiv 21 .
mairg do thréagfadh . . . tobar lán . . . ar an ccuir chriadh
60téid a ndiosg that runs dry, O'Hussey TC 252 . dochuaidh an
sruth . . . a ndíosg, Bk. of O'Conor Don 181a17 . i meadhón
a aoise i ndíosc ní rachadh, Ó Bruad. i 146 . cúic bliadna . . . | o
gein Crist i mBeithil buain | cen disc ar breithim brathluain,
Lec. 354a39 . mar bhíos Críost san ghille ghlan | gan díosc
65'na inne iodhan as Christ a never-failing source dwells in his
pure disciple's heart
, Arch. Hib. i 99 . lón gan locht, gan
díosc, Keat. Poems 1259 . tri bliadna trichat . . ., maith
dobēr mar nach disc dam, | o gen Crist nocor cēsad I will give
(the number) aright as I have it in full
(?), Lec. 363b37 . riaghuil
70nach diosg do dhailedh | bliaghuin Criosd re a chomhaiream
an unfailing rule, Rel. Celt. i 143 (= ba riaghail nach díosc
le n-áireamh, P. O'C. s.v. díosc). As adv.: nach lamat lúad co
disc diuir | cuirp Críst chiúin cen anart sroill let them (sc.
clergy) not presume to administer the sacrament in grudging,
75penurious wise without a silken altar-cloth
, LB 108b62 .

díscad: n díoscadh (gioscadh) gnashing, crashing, or jarring
sound , P. O'C. díosgadh a noise or sound , O'R. díosgadh
fiacal (= stridor dentium, Matt. xxii 13 ), TSh. 6311 . díoscaidh
droch-mhuilinn, 23 B 37, 3.10 .

80 díscaíl n(cf. next) separating, loosening: díscail céille din domun
detaching one's mind from the world, ZCP vii 298 .

díscaíled vn. of díscaílid. g s. díscáeilti, ZCP ii 242 . dios-
gaoilidh, 24 P 22, 35.14 . (a) separating, sundering, dispersing:
a tóebtu cen discáiliud their inseparable union (of David and
85Jonathan), SR 6050 . discailed na n-apstal, LB 151a17 . Crist
do crochad ┐ a descipuil do discailiud, 135a15 . do discailiud
comoenta na cetar dūla, Cog. 180 . dóirsi . . . do dhíosgaoileadh
(of breaches made in a battalion), ML 130 .
(b) breaking up, demolishing: do díscáiledh na múr, CCath.
1757 . roḟaidh a marcachu . . . do tarrachtain in droichit cen
5díscáiledh `to seize the bridge and save it from destruction', 1272 .
co ndingned tempul Dé do díscailed, PH 2721 = do discailiud,
YBL 143a21 . iar n-indriud ┐ díscáilid primcathrach na
Troianda, Mer. Uil. 1 . díscáiliud Gall ┐ caistel one who
scattered the foreigners and broke down their strongholds
,
10 AU 1196 .
(c) wasting away, dissolution: o dhíscáoileadh an chuirp,
3 C 22, fol. 6v10 . an corp do bheith aga dhiosgaoileadh (in
consumption), 23 K 42, 160.5 . in dísgáiled teid ar in men-
muin ón sduidér (= animalis dissolutio), O'Gr. Cat. 260 .
15 Fig. díscáiled conáich dispelling of luck, Fianaig. 72 . dis-
cailiud in flaithiusa Románaig, CCath. 918 . dissolving (usual
meaning in early mod. Ir., esp. med. texts): disgaoileadh ┐
leathnugadh doní an tes (= calidum dilatat et resolvit), 24 P 22,
35.14 . le mét díscáeilti in tesa the dissolving power of heat,
20 ZCP ii 242 . sigin d. ¤ na n-aronn relaxing , 23 K 42, 177.10 .