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1 díscor n o,m. (see Ped. ii 615 ). (a) detaching, putting or taking off
85or away: do discor dire ┐ eneclann de to free him from díre-fine
and honour-price
, Laws iii 108 . dioscor to detach, O'Don. Suppl.
(b) laying aside, ceasing, desisting from: o thūs a dtroda co
dísccur na deabtha termination , MR 268 . do díscur debtha
na desi deg-laech sin, 270 . as é an fer thionchus an ghaiscidh
do gaphail dligheas a disgur, ZCP x 287.20 . antan is caeine
5an cluiti (= cluiche), is and dlegar a discur, D iv 2, 41 ra 21 .
ni fuilech dūin an gaisciodh-sa . . . an bfuil ar ndisgur ris? shall
we desist from it
? ZCP x 287.11 . an bfuil ar nd. ¤ dhe so, 289.17 .
(c) doing away with, destruction: cóic bliadna . . . co discor
Emna Macha, LL 131a30 = Trip. 536 (co coscra, v.l.); LL
10 395b18 (disgor).
See next.

2 díscor indPerh. same word as prec.: ni torgaib nach discor na
mar `Unbemittelter (?)', ZCP xiv 358 (glossed: in ti as daescor,
Laws ii 254 ).

15 discréit adj(Lat. discrētus) discrete, separate: discre[i]t .i. dis-
cretus locus , Corm. Y 408 . discréit analysed as di-screit `cry-
less
': discréit . . . .i. ni chluined screit duine in bale i ndenad
a chrabud he never heard any one's cry in the place where, etc. ,
ACC 84 Comm. ( RC xx 266 ). Subst. distinction, differentiation:
20 rothoirnsedar ar in n-usci na Greic gan discrit gan delugad
indiscriminately , TTebe 1797 . cen deiscrit cen fírinde, Lism.
52b1 .

discréite n[f.] (discréit) discretion: doreir deisgreide gach aoin,
Parrth. Anma 400 . is dorer a neamhlapharthad aithinter
25deghbheus ┐ deghscribhdi gach duine, Ériu v 130.48 . a
ngais ┐ a ndescribidi ┐ a mine, 3 B 22, 44b23 . o deghscribidi
an tidlaici . . . re coimét na hoigi, 9b12 .

discréitech adj o,ā (discréit) (a) discrete, separate, secret: discretus
locus .i. log discre[i]tech, Corm. Y 408 . deisgridech .i. rad
30ceart, Stowe Gl. 92 .
(b) discreet, possessing judgement and discernment: a crislach
dercach deisgréideach na diadhachta, MR 126.16 . duine
discréideach críonna, Gen. xli 33 . congnamh discréideach
judicious , Ms. Mat. 551 . liaigh disgredech, 3 C 1 9, 125a3 . as
35deghscribhdech do neoch rūn do dhenam ar a chomairled,
Ériu v 128.29 . nemhdhescribhdech, ib. a n-inadh deiscrei-
deach secret , BCC 433 . Compar. ni bhfuil duine is discréidighe
. . . ná thú, Gen. xli 39 . Decent, Donl.

díscrútain adj(scrútain) inscrutable: do doenib discrutain (.i. ba
40hannsa do doenib scrutan a gnima som), ACC § 84 (RC xx
266 ). ar do deacht d. ¤ , Lism. 52b2 . a scela d' indisin | is disceoil
discrudain, Lec. 344b40 (see ZCP x 38 ). drong discrútain do
demnaib past discerning, innumerable, FA 28 . Also díscrútan:
doss dess, dian degduine d. ¤ hua nDuind, RC xxix 211 .
45 díscrútan a chomrama cechlaiter co brath (`the enumeration of
his triumphs
'), ib.

díscuirid v(díscor) detaches, unyokes (a chariot): fodail in
n-echraid ┐ discuir in carpat, LL 108a12 ( RC xiv 402 ).
radiscuir in carpat foé, TBC 3288 . In more general senses:
50 disguirit an comrag they defer, Laws v 306 Comm. ni discuires
(= discuirenn) do boin laegh do breith it does not take from
(the value of) a cow
(oppd. to tormaigenn), iii 244 Comm. is fīr
disguirius da trian coirpdire . . . dib relieves them of, O'C. 219
( H. 3.18 116 ).

55 díṡelbaid n i,m. (selb) one who has no property: co mba daidbir
d. ¤ , RC xxv 34 .

díṡell adj(sell) eyeless: di sell .i. cen tsūile, Corm. Y 460 . Coined
as etymol. gloss on dall.

díṡerc adj(serc) loveless, unamiable: duairc .i. nī hāil la nech cid
60a dēscin no diserc é, Corm. Y 458 . An etymol. gloss.

dísert n o,n. (but g s. díserta, Aisl. MC 75.27 , 85.25 ), (Lat.
dēsertus) solitary place, hence retreat, asylum, hermitage:
disiurt .i. disertus locus .i. roboth and riam cia roderacht nunc
it was formerly inhabited though now deserted, Corm. Y 433 .
65 ro gabus . . . a ndisert sa, LU 1221 ( Imr. Brain ii 286 ). d. ¤
mbec aigi hermitage, MR 10 . atá and beos d. ¤ for leic Patraic
hermitage (?), place of pilgrimage (?), Trip.² 858 . d. ¤ ind
Fháthlegai the wizard-doctor's hermitage (`den'), Aisl. MC 75 .
ba hamra in disiurt i mbadus ann, 87 . co ndarda nach nd. ¤
70dún sund corrabam i n-ar n-ailithre and some retreat (said by
clerics of a nobleman who entertains them on their way to
Rome), LL 281a46 . is ē doroindi, a betha do chindead don
Choimdid na ndūla, ┐ tuc Bran dissert beac do andsin, YBL
208b16 . taít limsa dom disiurt, LU 1216 ( Im. Brain ii 285 ).
75 ic Disiurt Tola, AU 1056 . isind disirt i mbiatt in the retreat
where they live
(of nuns), Mon. Tall. 151 . cu feotar ina dísirt
la Mochtae, ZCP viii 106 . g s. abbas disirt Teornoc, AU 818 .
Dub dissirt, Rawl. 155a39 . Colum in disirt, 92c39 . Tír an
Dísirt, BColm. 56 . i firdorus disirt ind Faithlegai, Aisl. MC
80 119 . for dorus diserta ind Fhathlega, 85 . doc[h]umm in
diserta, 75 . ord disirti the Cistercians, ALC i 518.14 . Common
in place-names, see Hog. Onom.

dísertach n o,m. (dísert) hermit, anchorite: atá disert bec sund.
atá disertach truag and, LL 281b3 . saigim in disertach, Aisl.
85MC 122 . Mochumma disertach, Rawl. 93f14 . in disertach
(title of a special office in community of Iona, Reeves Ad.
366 ), AU 1164 . biathad disertaig (.i. inti is ada ina firt .i. int
ailithir) feeding an anchorite, Laws iii 18 . na tri disertaig
hermits (but perh. n.pr. here), BColm. 42 . Diseartach Mo-
croime (n.pr.?), BB 157a11 (cf. Rawl. 93f14 cited above).