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? díthrecht(ad) n despising: dithrecht .i. dispectadh . . . ni husa
a dithrechta[d], O'Dav. 685 .

? díthrom adj(trom): léigenn d. ¤ dímhicin | as é a leiges lór light,
frivolous (?), Lism. 52b2 .

5 díthrub n(dí + treb, Ped. i 347 ). Later also díthrab, díthreb,
díthram. díthrab, Ml. 98d4 (dithrub, Thes., see Thurn.
Gramm. p. 100 ). Orig. o,m.? g s. díthruib, SR 4069 , 4740 , 5074 ,
6350 , 7576 . dithraibh, AU 756 . n p. dithruib, Triads 43 .
But early declined also as (a) u,m. g s. in dithruba , SR 6292 ,
10 6344 , and (b) ā,f. a d s. díthruib, SR 6340 , 6402 , 6336 (díth-
raib). i ndithruib na hAfraice, LU 44 . ota dithruib, LB
125a37 (isin díthreb, 122a43 . isin dithrub, 128b36 . asin
díthrub, 129b1 ). g s. na dithrebe , 122a53 . na díthrebi, 129a45 .
In PH decl. always as masc.: g s. dithreba, PH 873 , 876 . isin
15dithrub passim, except 2099 : dul isin dithreb. Decl. as m.
and f. up to early mod. period. Note g s. an dit[h]reib , Fl.
Earls 236 . díthramh m., IGT Decl. § 28 .
Uninhabited or solitary place, wilderness, retreat: dithreb .i.
beith cen treib n-ann nó cen trebadh, Corm. Y 432 . dithreabh
20.i. beith gan treibh no gan teagh .i. fásach, O'Cl. diothramh,
fasach, fiodhbhuidh, Eg. Gl. 214 . díthrub (díthrab, MS.)
són (ref. to in deserto), Ml. 98d4 . i ndiththrub in beotho, Wb.
11a19 . nim dil ced dithrub Temair (.i. . . . cid fās), Hy. ii 46 .
Sen Phól . . . asa dithrub dubach `whose hermitage is gloomy',
25 Fél. Prol. 98 . Druim Criaich . . . cen cop dithrub ni dímbuan,
LL 151a1 . ri dosfuc tria d. ¤ trén | is trisi[n]d sruth n-Eordanen,
SR 5197 . diarn-écaib isin d. ¤ , 4056 . is díthraib i mbaí D.,
6336 . i ndiamraib dorchaib dithruib, 7576 . aittrebthaid in
dithrubá, 6292 . in t-íí rotbiath sib isin d. ¤ .i. maind, PH 2825 .
30 lossa serua in díthreba, 873 . i ndithrub slébe (= in montanis
convallibus), Lat. Lives 20 . a slēib no a ndithrub, Laws v
322.21 Comm. ac tuidecht tarsin ditrib, i 20.28 Comm.
a ndithreib caille in a desert wood, RC v 201 . dercain a
díthruib, xiii 46 . docuaidh Fursa ┐ Ultan asin mainistir ┐
35dochuatar i ndit[h]reibh, xxv 398 . carais Cainneach . . .
bheith i nditreibh crúaidh chrandaigh, ZCP i 64 . bothán
derruid dit[h]raba, Ériu i 39 . isin díthrob, iv 100 . isin
dithrum sin, Aen. 863 . coill dithrib, Acall. 4022 . i ndiamraib
na dithrebi, YBL 66b1 . di srothaib na senditribi, BB 243a26 .
40 ualach diothraimh na fairge the burden of the desert of the sea,
Isa. xxi 1 . In prov. expression: ba dál ri d. ¤ ndemin it was a
hopeless effort
(?), LL 151b21 . trédi indarbus démnu in étraid
. . . .i. lubair, díthreb, áine solitude, a hermit's life, PH 8391 .
trí dithruib hÉrenn: Fid Mór . . . etc., Triads 43 . i ndithrubaib
45Ainge (= in deserto Engaddi), SR 6272 . i ndíthrubaib Con-
nacht, LL 20b25 . a ndithreua srotha Iordanén nobíd a oenur,
PH 871 . dochōid i ndīthrobaib i mBoirind Connacht, Ériu
i 44 . cluinit cúana a dithrebaib, vii 4 . inn-uiliph diamraibh ┐
ditrebaidh na Tesaili, CCath. 5635 . i ndithrumaib, Aen.
50 1665 . tre lár (chlár, v.l.) díthramh ndoireadh, IGT Decl. ex.
874 .

díthrubach n o,m. (díthrub) díothramhach díthreamhach m.,
IGT Decl. § 22 . § 104 . one who inhabits a wilderness or waste
place; esp. recluse, hermit: dithrebach gl. eremita, Ir. Gl. 315 .
55 cech martir cech d. ¤ , Hy. i 19 . do thionnscain Ciarán áitrebadh
mar dhithrebach isan ionad, SG 3 . Crimthann ard armruad
díthrabach déine, 365.26 ( LL 297b25 ). bíat fáilid in díthrubaig
┐ ethate ind aéuir dit denizens of the wilds, TTr.² 978 . dith-
reuach eter dithrebachaib, PH 880 . a dithrebaig nach clínd
60clocc (addressed to a blackbird), LB 36 marg. sup. a tri
dithrebaid (of Patrick's household), Lec. 93a1 . mainistir
d'ord Gerelamo . . . .i. ord dithreabach, Fl. Earls 224 . a uile
naomh-mancha ┐ dithreabhacha, Parrth. Anma 299 . n.pr.
m. Dithreabhach, MR 292 . CF p. 60 . Dithrumach mac in
65Scáil, Acall. 1532 . gen. Dithrubaigh, 3983 . Ditrebaigh, 4023 .

díthrubacht n ā,f. (díthrub) hermitage, hermit's life: is innte áta
damsa díthrubacht do dénam, SG 53.34 ( LB 273b36 ). táinic
sé chum na dítrebhachta, 3.26 . cunad hi an dithramhacht
Brénainn, Lism. L. p. xv ( BNnÉ 93 § 204 ).

70 díthrubda adj(díthrub) wild, deserted, uninhabited: i n-inadaib
diamraib dithrubdaib, Lec. 532a45 .

? dithsir: ind grian gel in derg d. ¤ (Siaburchobra Con Chulaind),
LL 123a12 .

díthúaslaicthe adj(do-fúasailci) that cannot be opened; insoluble:
75 cech ceist duilig dodaing díthuaslaicthi, LL 221a47 . rocúi-
briged diabul o shlabradaib díthuaslacthib, PH 4761 .

díthugad (díthiug-) u,m. vn. of díthaigid act of destroying,
exterminating; destruction: oc dithugud ar slóig, TBC 1705
(LU). co rogabsat leod ┐ letrad dithugud ┐ díchennad, LL
80 243a25 . ní táinic d. ¤ dáine mar sin a nEirinn riamh, CF 703 .
ic dithiugud na cinedh n-echtrand, CCath. 5087 . a all-
mhuraigh . . . ar na ndíthiúghadh, ML 138 . roghabsat gá
ndíthiugad ┐ gá ndianmarbad, SG 358 . ag diothughudh a
neirt wasting their strength, RC xxix 130 . is beg do toisc rē
85dīthugad mbīd consuming , Aisl. MC 125 . g s. arm dithaigthi
weapon of destruction, ZCP i 410 .