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díthaithmech, -ig adj(taithmech) indissoluble: caecat mbliadan
85tuinide lais . . . is d. ¤ iarum, O'C. 463 ( H. 3.18 245 ). is ditaidbig
indi suidighes ri ┐ . . . tuath, 2024 ( H. 4. 22 49 ). rudrad di-
taithbidh, 463 ( H. 3.18 245 ). is aen rudrad la Feine fo bith
is ditaithme[ch], Laws v 314 .

díthaithmigid v(díthaithmech) dissolves: cinnas ditaith-
mi[g]ther, O'C. 463 ( H. 3.18 245 ).

5 dítharba adj(torbae) profitless, fruitless: ba dímháin ┐ ba ditharba
dóib-sium sin, MR 302 . dímhain d. ¤ , CCath. 1381 .

dítharbach adj= prec.: toirsi dit[h]arbach, ZCP viii 204 =
dithrubach, Lec. 344b40 . ditarbach, CCath. 1381 v.l. go
díotharbhach, TSh. 2296 .

10 -dithat v indic. pres. 3 pl. prot. of a compound *dí-tá stands
apart, differs: ni d. ¤ .i. ní dechraigetar gl. deferent, Ml. 113a2 .

díthat n ā,[f.] (: tríchat, Acall. 152 ) repast, collation . By Laws
glossator and O'Dav. distinguished from 2 feis, the latter
being a meal taken at evening with liquor, the former one by
15day without liquor; probably a slight or irregular meal in
interval between substantial ones; equated however with
séire (a full meal), ZCP vi 259.3 , 10 . Also in conjunction with
2 feis, with which it apparently forms a compd., though not
printed so by editors. Included under the term feis according
20to O'Dav. 854 : feis .i. i n-aidhchi .i. co linn; dithet .i. il-lō
cidh co linn cid cen linn . . . ar ni fil feis cen dithit (dithat,
v.l.). ní bí feis cin dithat .i. cen fuighell, O'C. 1426 ( H. 3.18
640 ). feis, fuiririud, dithit (.i. cid cu lind cid cen lind. .i.
il-lau), Laws iii 20 . fri dithuit bidh lae, ii 30 Comm. Fer
25uaine corn do bhí ac Finn . . . dá mbeth ac ól, nír bho díthat,
| do bhiadh [ann, O'Gr.] ól tríchat fer 'twas no mere appe-
tizer
(?), Acall. 152 . co tormalt feiss ┐ dithait, TBC 637
(ro-loing fes et d. ¤ an laoi, Stowe). ba si an ingen dobert an
diched (dithait, v.l.) do Cond. i. dam-asna ┐ torc-asnai, ZCP
30 iii 460 ( Ms. Mat. 619 ). isim scithech i n-aoine . . . araiuhe
(= ar aí bheith) cin dithit without bite or sup, O'Gr. Cat. 117 .
praind cēit cacha hithe ┐ cacha hōla ┐ cach longthi ┐ cacha
díthata, Aisl. MC 75 . na secht tomaltais ┐ na nói ndíthata
snacks (?), ib. dligmit feis d. ¤ na haidhchi so di, Acall. 18 =
35 SG 94 . gur domhuil feis diothad an laoi sin, ZCP x 284 .

-díthat v(*dí-tuit-, Ped. ii 657 ) lapses, becomes forfeit: cuin
dituitt (dotuit, v.l.) a gell ? Críth Gabl. 289 . ni agarur nach
cintuch acht doroith logh fiach adroillitur, Laws ii 14 , quoted
by O'Dav. 1382 (doroth) with gl.: acht co tarraighther no co
40rotuiti o inbleogain loighidecht na fiach provided that . . . is
got from or has become forfeit on the part of a kinsman surety
.
mani deroth, cia doroth (.i. mani dearb-tuitea se ón ti d'a
tugadh e cia tuitidh . . .), Laws v 378 (cf. O'Dav. 1391 ). cia
deroth (.i. cia toitid se), 384 . mani dearad .i. manar tuit, 380 .
45 ma diroth here a dithme, ZCP xiii 23.33 when the period
before forfeiture has elapsed
(Thurn., Bürgschaft 12 § 38 ).
mase in fer ar ndithet athgabail a cinaid a cheile in whose case
a distress becomes forfeit
, Laws ii 126 Comm. dosli lān lōg for
fer darsan ndithat cenn (.i. dara tuitend cend) whose pledge
50becomes forfeit
, v 398 = dara dithat cenn, 400 = lasan
ndithat a ngell, ib. triar . . . nad ailet fuillem . . . cipe frisan
nderoth cia ro briathar acht aithgin (.i. tar a toited cend), 420 .
erna arathir, cipe dara ndertaiset cenn ailid aithgin, 390 .
secht ngealla . . . na tuillet aithgin . . . for nech tar a n-eraisit
55(ndertosat, dertaiseat, v.ll.) cend seven kinds of pledge which
do not make liable for restitution him on whose behalf they have
become forfeit
, 186.3 . cia darotsat dar cenn neich ni ailet acht
set i mmuin cach ae besid fiu, 406.14 .
Note also: ni dithat na dethberi, O'C. 2716 ( Eg. 88, 60
60(61)d ) = isna hathgabalaib ni ditait na dethbiri .i. turbuidh
eisidhe táinic i naimsir dithma, Laws ii 116.7 (leg. díthtat ?).
Vn. díthim.

díthba n(cf. díbad ?) extinction, destruction, death: brōnaid
ban(n)trochta dithba fer, RC xxiv 280 (YBL) = dithbath,
65 BB 259a3 .

díthchus, -gus: ind díthgus díthlai, MacNeill Law of Status 310.2 .
`what it is one's right to take away', Thurn. ( ZCP xviii 105 ),
who equates d. ¤ with tochus, q.v., and cites: taba[i]r doib
dithcus fo dliged, H. 2.15, 15a ( O'Don. 1006 ).

70 1 díthech o,n. vn. of do-toing oath of denial, oath of rebuttal:
ditheach .i. séna, O'Cl. dligid dōig dithech, Anecd. iii 15 =
dithach, O'C. 217 ( H. 3.18 113 ) `probability (i.e. a prima facie
case) requires denial on oath', Plummer MS. notes. fri ditheach
na fiacha (no fiach-, MS.) `to deny the debts', Laws i 264 . dég
75ḟortaig nó díthig, Críth Gabl. 8 . cid fortach cid dithech, Cóic
Con. Fug. 41 § 62 . issed fir ndithaig ina cānu-sai (i.e. witnesses
entitled to deny breach of the law ?), Anecd. iii 24 . co ro
Flann . . . for nem, ni dāl dithich de a judgement (verdict, i.e.
his going to heaven) that cannot be gainsaid
(?), Ms. Mat. 523 =
80 rop dil dithig dé, LL 133b10 . cid dia fuil fri dāil ndīthich | ainm
cāid Codail Coirrcīchigh, BB 406a36 .

2 díthech adj o,ā (díth) wanting, deficient, needy: gan bheith
dítheach i n-éin-ní (= nullo deficientes), TSh. 1887 . d'éis an
laoich dítheach deorach, Keat. Poems 160 . go . . . dítheach,
85 ZCP v 209.187 (Midn. Court).

díthecht n(techt) non-possession: techt iar nditecht property
after the absence of property
, Laws i 254 . ni caemthet dire
dithecht nā dithir (sic MS.), iv 352 , cf. 242 . See díthechte.