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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).

5 dísertán n o,m. (dísert) little hermitage: Isucán | alar lem am
dissertán, Fél. p. 44 = im dísirtan, Fél.² xxxv = alair [r]im
am disḟeartan, Lec. 336c35 . Agatan 'n-a disiurtan, LL
354e57 . Cf. Mochroma Disertan, Lec. 101b20 .

? disgraisdis ind(perh. based on Eng. or Fr. disgrace) d. ¤ .i.
10aislaiti (leg. esláinte?), Stowe Gl. 118 . Cf. disgreitsia a disease,
O'R.

diṡin pron(see sin) from that; thereupon, then: disin dulluid int
aingel cuci, Thes. ii 242 . dinin disail .i. disein dí-fuilliud
`from that unadding', Auraic. 816 .

15 diṡíu pron(properly di ṡíu, see 1 so) hence, from here: āildiu maigib
Mag Dā Cheo . . . ni cían diṡiu in-id-fail, LL 275b45 . disiu ┐
anall from one side and the other, on both sides: coná díchtheth
carpat friae disíu nách anall, TBC² 305 (LU). dobertatar
glinni ind disiu ┐ anall, BDD 46 . roferadh cobleng crōda
20etarru d. ¤ ┐ anall, RC x 185 . bas disiu [adiu, LB] ┐ bass anall
im a agaid a palm on either side of his ace, Corm. Y 756 .
Later adíu, q.v.

dislath n d. ¤ .i. eatach, Stowe Gl. 329 (an elder or aged person ,
Stokes, reading dí-ṡlatt).

25 1 dísle n m. dísli dísne dínsi dísde, dídse (dílsi lochdach ón cheill
sin) m., IGT Decl. § 2 . See O'Rahilly, Sc. G. Stud. iii 67 .
die, dice: disle gl. talus, Ir. Gl. 496 . go feadh an disle do dul
`to the extent of throwing the dice', KMMisc. 246 . díslidhe, fíon
┐ bean, trí neithe ler cuireadh i riachtanas mé, TSh. 9218 . na
30dísleadha leur imredar na saighdeoiredha a eudach, Parrth.
Anma 435 . go ffidhair na ndislighi, Fl. Earls 200 . lé díslibh
meallta loaded dice, Mac Aingil 285 . In equivocal sense:
chraitheas mo dhá dh. ¤ , Ériu xvii 8 § 7 .

2 dísle, díslecht xsee dílse, dílsecht.

35 díslidecht n= dílse: ag Dia . . . 'sa dhísligheacht bheith maith
uaidhe féin natural quality, Desid. 2322 . gan díslidheacht
neith ar domhan do bheith aca ownership , 2847 . díslidheacht
. . . na Humhla do Ghrādh Dē loyalty , 954 .

dísligid xsee dílsigid.

40 dísne xsee 1 dísle.

díṡoillse n iā, f. darkness: dul ar in ferann i ndísoillsi cen ḟiadain,
O'C. 436 (H. 3,18, 235b). atconnuic M. in dishoillsi sin (of a
solar eclipse), Marco P. 10 .

díṡoillside adj(díṡoillse) without light, dark: Fothad Dolus .i.
45diṡoillsighi .i. fer nógnáthaighi siubhal a n-aidhchibh dor-
chaibh, Cóir Anm. 220 . gnúis rigda co ndercuibh dishoillsidhe
dark (?) (`brilliant eyes', Ed.), Marco P. 55 .

díṡolus adj(solus) unlit, dark, obscure: Ere diglus .i. disolus .i. ata
i ndoirchi, Leb. Gab. 258 n. 2 . ini is disolus ar fein that which
50is obscure to himself
, Laws ii 272 Comm. = difolus, O'Don.
1085 (H. 2.15, 42b). mad geal aen díbh . . . ní oirisid cu mba d. ¤
he dark (in hue), Marco P. 176 . iar tichtain aidchi disoilse,
RC xx 158 n. 13 .

díṡorche n iā, f. (sorchae) twilight, nightfall: fo druba disorchi .i.
55adaig, LU 563 ( RC xii 70 ) = iar ndruba diṡoirchi (.i. iar
tichtain aidchi disoilse), ACC 8 Comm. ( RC xx 158 ) .i. dorcha
derid laí, Eg.

díspec n(this wd. and derivv. perh. based on Lat. despicio and
influenced by Ir. bec) contempt: disbig ┐ dereolacht ┐ neam-
60grádh an tṡaegail, H. 3.18, 557 . disbeag a ndígnit contempt
of their dignity
, Ó Bruad. i 156 .

díspecach n o,m. (díspec) scornful, a scorner: ní hionmhuin leis
an dísbeagach an té bheir achmhusán dó, Prov. xv 12 .

díspecad n o,m. Vn. of díspecaid. (a) scorning, despising: ní
65hurusa a n[d]ispecad som, ar is ó Dia a n-eoladcairi, IT iii 23 .
an mheid . . . doleigfedh so dhiobh le disbega who should omit
(to honour the saints) through contempt
, Luc. Fid. 219 . iomar-
cuidh dísbeaguidh much contempt, Esther i 18 .
(b) Gramm. diminutive: Adamnān .i. disbegad anma
70Adaim, Corm. Y 2 . artēne .i. cloichēne .i. ainm disbeca[i]d,
26 . dísbeagadh caol no leathan, gibé d' fheirinnsgne no do
bhaininnsgne ó mbeantur é, IGT Introd. 27 . Esp. a diminu-
tive in ¤ ín as distinct from one in ¤ án (bráthair dísbegaid) or
in ¤ óg (síur dísb.): áirnéis tsagsanach ceangailte i ndisbeagadh
75| don áirdréim chleachtar i gcanamhain Gaoidheilge (play on
the name Caitlín = cattle+ ¤ ín), Hackett xx 1 . siúr ┐ brathair
disbeagaidh, IGT Introd. 24 , 27 . ar bráithribh ┐ ar ṡeathra-
chuibh dísbeaguidh, 2.31 .

díspecai(gi)d v(díspec) despises, condemns: dísbeaguid na
80hamadáin eagna fools despise wisdom, Prov. i 7 . disbeaguigh
sí an t-each ┐ an ridire, Job xxxix 18 . do dhísbeaguidh an
Tighearna do dhothchuis hath rejected, Jer. ii 37 . ní mó
dhísbeagfas tu ainm do Dhé, Lev. xviii 21 .

díspectad x= díspecad: ni urusa a ndispectad-sum, ar is o Dia
85ata a ndeolaid doib, IT iii 28 . ni ētar a(í) ndíspeachtadh, 24 .
dispectadh, O'Dav. 685 .