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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 .

díscaílid v(scaílid) (a) separates, sunders, disperses: discáilfet-sa
úaim in trichait cet Galian út fo ḟiru hErend, TBC 445 . ra
díscáil, 449 . go ccruinneochuigh sé thusa as gach uile
chineadh a gcionn ar dhíosgaoil Día thú hath scattered thee
25(Israel), Deut. xxx 3 . Intrans. ra díscáilset immon glend they
scattered about the valley
, TBC 1684 . is luath meisce an fhína
fhinn ┐ is luath discailter hi, O'Gr. Cat. 216 .
(b) bursts open, breaks up, demolishes: in chetna dabach . . .
rodíscáil da cláraib, TBC 1366 . nodiscailfed in béist út in
30cruinne . . . mine discailte hí fen, PH 7248 . innis dūin . . .
cindus discaeilfidhter an bith, RC xxiv 382 . inni discailes
cach ndaingean .i. in gorta, CCath. 2610 . forsna flathib . . .
díscailit in eclais ar medón ┐ dianechtair, RC xii 426 . rodios-
ccaoileadh lais caislén, FM iii 362 . Fig. díscailid [in genntli-
35gecht] in mesardacht dissipates temperance, PH 721 . bíodh
gur disgaoileadh . . . ardḟlaithios mhaicne Mileadh, Bk. of
O'Conor Don 202b25 .
(c) dissolves, softens, relaxes: cerín ... diosgaoilidh na n[escói]di
cruaide, 23 K 42, 393.20 . diosgaoilidh ┐ seimhighidh ┐
40aipighidh iad, 322.8 . mad cneasaighthi in crecht, . . . cur
cerín . . ris, ┐ disgeolaigh sin in crecht (treatment of a cica-
trized wound), 23 F 19, 8r48 . dissolves, decomposes: gach uile
mitall díscáilter . . . is a n-airged beo imtaigther iat, O'Gr.
Cat. 256 . dixailter a n-oleum (= resolvantur in oleo), 206 .
45 Part. ag dluthughadh na neithi rodiscaoilte `that which is too
relaxed
', O'Gr. Cat. 277 . da mbidh na puis disgaoilte fuar ban
ar n-anmhain o cheile if the lips remain parted, 24 P 22, 107.3 .
Vn. díscaíled.
Cf. díanscaílid s.v. 1 dían.

50 díscaíltech adj(díscaíled) (a) scattered, dispersed: garbat dis-
cailtig tricha cēt Galian, TBC 544 .
(b) dispersing, dissipating, destructive; n a disperser, destroyer:
duine dremun discailteach (of Cain), SR 1912 . Uga De Laci
discailtech neimed ┐ cell Erenn, AU 1186 . díosccaoilteach
55Gall et Gaoidheal do neoch bātar ina aghaidh, Hugh Roe 326 .
Muiris mac Gerailt díosccaoilteach Gaoidheal, FM iii 362 .
(c) in med. tracts that which relaxes, dissolves or disintegrates:
leiges disgailtech, 23 F 19, 5ra 33 . nethe tirma dis-
cailtecha mar ata finhegra, 24 B 3, 9.22 .

60 ? díscaílted x= díscaíled: dioscaoilteadh in choirp, 3 C 19,
7 va 6 .

díscaíltid n[i, m.] (díscaíled) destroyer: díosgaoiltidh cathrach
┐ caislén Gall, FM iii 102 .

díscair xsee díscir.

65 díscairnech, -cernech n ā,f. (cf. díscad, etc.) noise, sound (in
med. texts): disgernach re na fiaclaib (= stridor dentium),
24 B 22, 110.1 . maille re tairm no le dioscairnigh, 127.15 =
re disgernuigh, 23 K 42, 210.4 . Cf. díosgair a noise, a sound,
O'R.

70 discán xsee descán.

díscán n o,m. creaking noise ; gnashing (of the teeth): doní
díoscán na aghaidh ré n-a ḟíaclaibh, Ps. xxxvii 12 . díosgán,
cxii 10 . díoscán, O'R. See gíscán.

dísce -sca n(dísc) dryness (of cows), milklessness: disce mblechta
75(.i. disccae .i. bith can lacht), Laws iv 52 , cf. O'Dav. 716 . iar
ndísca inar n-gamnachaib, Hib. Min. p. 66 . co ndechsuit
a ndisge ran dry (of cows), Laws ii 372 Comm. co ndechaid a
ndisca, 126 ; cf. 420 ; 44 (i ndithsce). dīsce ṅgalair milklessness
due to illness
, ZCP xv 356 . is cian mor huadh ó dac[h]odar mo
80chíghi-si i ndisca, Cáin Ad. 8 . a bhanaltra bhleacht nach
deachaidh i ndíosca, Keat. Poems 1522 . ag tál gan trághadh,
gan díosca, 839 . teist . . . an lachta nar thál acht tál díosca
milk yielded only as from barren kine, Hackett xxxix 67 . Of
streams: dísce sreabha, Ó Bruad. ii 250 .
85 Fig. disce fuillema, O'Don. 774 ( H. 3.17 555 ) `no interest
accrues
', Plummer MS. notes.