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1 deithbire n iā,f. (1 deithbir) adequate reason, necessity, just
85 cause: slógad fri deithbiri, Tec. Corm. § 1 . atcether a d. ¤ let
the cause of it be seen
, Ériu vii 150 § 20 . cen deithfiri without
just cause, 162 § 7 . In Laws justifiable excuse or lawful im-
pediment: cach turbaid (sic leg.) co ndethbire every exemption
on ground of necessity
, Laws i 268. 8 . athchur a mialtair cen
dethbire returning a child badly fostered without necessity (?),
5 ii 162.26 . diriuch cach dethbere, 2.4 . imscar dethbire
justifiable separation, v 136.4 Comm. dona cintaibh deith-
bhire of unavoidable or justifiable infractions of law, iv 246
Comm. ceithre gona duine d. ¤ four cases of justifiable homicide,
252.17 .

10 2 deithbire n iā,f. (2 deithbir): ni cuindig neac uainn dethbiriu
(= derscugud, Alex. 877 ) diaraili uair is inand foluth duinn
uili none of us desires to be distinguished from the other,
BB 498a45 . do lin cumghacht defiri ┐ eagla a craidhi excite-
ment (?), Lib. Flav. ii 6vb31 .

15 deithbirech adj o, ā. (2 deithbir) hasty, hurried, urgent: deinmne .i.
luath no deithbhireach, O'Cl. co dana ┐ co dian ┐ co deith-
fireach, CF 731 . robuail dorn co dethfireach fair, ZCP vi 78 .
gur scairt A. go deifirech relíf called for immediate relief, Rel.
Celt. ii 200.25 . go deithbhireach, TSh. 7832 .

20 1 deithbires n[u,m.] (1 deithbir) just or reasonable cause, the
necessity which calls for a certain action . See O'Don. Suppl.
is edh is becdethbirus ann .i. ric a les é ┐ connicfad a sechna;
is edh is mardethbirus ann .i. ric a les é ┐ nocha cumaing a
sechna, O'C. 398 ( H. 3.18 222a ). daine nach doich do dul
25uada acht le dethberes except by necessity, Laws iv 230 . fri
cach oen tic fri dethbiris every one who comes on business, v
152 Comm. d pl. deithbirsib, i 198 Comm. dethfirse techta
fitting necessities, Anecd. iii 21.9 . dothet cach pennain fo
meit an pectha . . . ┐ fo dethberas ara ndéntar, RC xv 488 .
30 ni bu ainm cin tothacht ┐ cin dethberus a name bestowed
without just cause
, PH 6267 .

2 deithbires n m. (2 deithbir) difference: fo dethbires a neine-
cluinne, Laws i 60 Comm. Or same as 1 deithbires?

deithbirid v(2 deithbir) differs: cneda rob amail cnedha na
35ndaine no co ria fuiliugadh ┐ ó ro sia is ann deithbirit, O'D.
1969 ( Eg. 90, 8 (9)d ) = dethbirit, O'C. 1777 ( 23 P 6, 38 a-b ).

deithbirsech adj o, ā. (1 deithbires) necessary, under necessity: mása
scarad dethbire 'con dara de ┐ scarad indethbire 'caraile, in
coibchi don dethbirsech ┐ in taltram ocon indethbirsech,
40 O'D 1607 ( H. 5. 15 12a ). deismbirecht sin arna uile deith-
birseach dlegar do biathadh, O'C. 2545 ( Eg. 88, 45 (46)d ).

deithbrigid v(2 deithbir) I hastens: do deifrigetar i ndiaid ffer
gConnacht, SG 283.31 . ipv. 2 s. deifrigh, TD 2.2 .
II (a) Intrans. differs: anmand . . . dethbriges lan that differ
45to the full
, Laws v 84 Comm. is mar so difrigheas sé o tersiana
this is how it differs from tertian fever, 3 C 19, 5 rb29 .
(b) Trans. differentiates, distinguishes: nasdefrigidar a tri
urlundinnsci their three leading words of gender distinguish
them
, Auraic. 616 . intan deifriche fri neach n-aili when thou
50distinguishest (him) from some one else
, 587 . is a ndanaib
defrighit ┐ dearscaighit gach gradh dibh so o' raile, IT iii 6.
2 v.l.

deithbrigud vn. of deithbrigid. (a) distinguishing, differentiat-
ing: deifrighudh na persainde tria hinchosc, Auraic. 722 .
55 do dhiffriugadh na bfiabrus, 3 C 19, 249 rb19 .
(b) hastening: bí ag deifreaghadh, TD 2.1 .

deithiden n ā,f. in O.Ir. dethiden, Wb. 10b10 , dethiten, BDD
§ 147 . d s. dethidin, Wb. 10b15 , n pl. dethidnea, 3d30 . a pl.
deithidnea, Ml. 43a23 . Later deithitiu (deithide) as n-stem.
60 dethitiu, dethidiu, dethide, PH. dethitiu, RC xxv 246 § 26
(LU). g s. dethiten, § 24 (LU). d s. dethitin, PH. dethitiu
(deithitin, v.l.), Alex. 913 . dethite, FA 27 (LB).
I Care, concern, solicitude, attention (bestowed on a pers. or
thing); somet. with bad sense (esp. in later texts) care,
65 anxiety, trouble. Gl. cura, Wb. 28d22 , Ml. 32b9 , 46b10 , 131c13 ;
sollicitudo, Wb. 26d19 : atá dethiden fuiri cene .i. imradud
inna rete domunde, 3d34 . cecha dethidnea domundi do
imradud, 3d30 . roboi dethiden mór oca togu són gl. cum cura
electi, Ml. 131c13 . is dír .i. is dethiden do gl. ad illum pertinet,
70 30c4 . ní dethiden dosuidiu act fognam uxori his only concern
is
, Wb. 10b10 . dús in bad imchomét ind ríg bád dethiten
dóib, BDD § 147 . is dethitin don Liath Macha in corp út,
RC iii 183 . is deitheden ele domsae I have something else on
my mind
, xii 62 . co fagbhadh anoir ┐ dethiti ocu-somh
75 honour and attention, ZCP iv 383 . i comartha failti ┐ deithiten,
Lism. L. 3705 . leabhair dhiadha do léaghadh . . . go ndeith-
ide ┐ go ndícheall, TSh. 1852 . ni tairmescann nach dethitiu
ar c(h)odlud, Alex. 875 . ni ro lae tigerna in tige i snimh no
i ndeit[h]itin, CCath. 3337 . fer rola sníomh ┐ deithitte an
80tsaoghail de, FM vi 2220 .
With obj. gen.: cen nach tairmesc ó dethidin in betho,
Wb. 10b15 . deithide (dethitiu, LL) senchasa, Tec. Corm. § 1 .
ic dethitiu (deithitin, v.l.) in domain, Alex. 913 . deithitiu
na coilnidi concern for carnal things, Mon. Tall. § 46 . fri
85deit[h]ide cuirp for the care of the body, Ériu i 39 . is mor
bar ṅdethitiu lium great is my solicitude for you, PH 7245 .
indus co mbetha am dethidi so that thou wouldst take care of
me
, 3 B 22, 64 b1 . ni bia dethitiu neich . . . for araile, RC xxv
246 .
With prep. of object of care, etc., and somet. subj. gen.
5With DI: robo diliu linn dethiden díbsi, Wb. 14d13 . in d. ¤ file
domsa diibsi gl. qualem sollicitudinem habeam pro vobis,
26d19 . cen dethidin dissi, 28d22 . dethiden dinaib bochtaib,
Ml. 129c3 . With DO: cia dethitiu i faili-siu don bargin út?
why do you trouble yourself about that loaf? Ériu i 134 . dethi-
10den do duine, fall fri Dia, ZCP iii 25 . robái deithitte aicce
dona leabhraibh coisrioc[th]aib, RC xxv 390 . IMM: na bidh
do det[h]ite impe, Aisl. Tund. 101 . ba becc a dethitiu im a
chorp itir biad ┐ etach, PH 871 . ni rogénair . . . nech badh
mho deithitin . . . im ecluis nDe, Lism. L. 4488 . ar méd a
15gradha ┐ a deithite uime, BNnÉ 291 . dia deithidin im
Saxanaib of his (Gregory's) care for the Saxons, Anecd. iii 71 .
dogní d. ¤ de takes pains about, is concerned about: an duine dia
ndénisiu deithidin, ZCP iii 30 . det[h]ide mor do denam do
leigius na nescoid, 24 B 3, 7.18 .
20 II Regulation, prescription (?): seanadh cleireach Erenn do
beith . . . i nAthCliath . . . ┐ rochinnsed deithide iomdha na
comhailtear `they enacted many ordinances not (now) observed',
FM iii 28 . Cf. O'Mulc. 297 : deithiten graece dietan [ = δίαιταν?]
.i. obseruatio legis et vitae.i. airchisecht cuirp ┐ anmai
25(where, however, gloss is prob. meant for the Gk.).