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70 2 dítnid v(dítiu) shelters, protects with accus. + AR (FOR). Somet.
confused with prot. forms of do-dona, q.v. ipv. dítin (gl.
defende), Lor. Gild. 68 . ditin in ḟiorinne ┐ an choir, Ériu v
134.75 . dídin mé ó fhior an foiréigin, Ps. cxl 4 . dídin, a Dhé,
ar a fholtaibh 's ar olcaibh é, Hackett xlvi 27 . ditned fein
75festa é let her protect it, CCath. 4598 . dítnidh ┐ coimhédoigh
féin bur saoire, TFrag. 106 = ditnid ┐ coimétaid, SG 408 .
Indic. pres. dítnid tri choicir i cath (of a shield), LL 146b7
( PRIA xix 540 ). nosditin Cú conná riacht toind no foéschum
fair, TBC² 1680(LU). deim pecthach an eclais .i. didhne na
80cintacha no didhnithar na pecthacha is in neclais co ndigsit
esti, Laws iv 234.17 Comm. nocha ditnenn neime Dé ná
hecalsa iatt, v 318 Comm. na didhnann, ii 18 Comm. ni diten,
60 Comm. is i dítnes for in mbás ind, PH 3787 . in doss
dítnes dronga Domnand, LL 45a31 ( Ms. Mat. 485 ). ollam
85. . . is oll inni ditness .i. cethrar ar fichit (i.e. the ollam
maintains a retinue of 24), Corm. Y 998 . ? is aithgin nama
ditnis no icus `pays', Laws ii 190 Comm. ditnit ruadgaiss
raithnigi shelter, Ériu vii 2 . impf. noditned in cú Lagniu uile,
IT i 96 . cet laech nodítned ar thess ┐ ar uacht, TBC 1535 .
co nomdítned ar gáith ┐ ar ḟlechad, Ériu iv 134 . go ndidnedh
5triar laoch a lo dhoininde would give shelter to, ZCP x 279 .
bili . . . do dítnedh eonu Eirenn, SG 68 . noditnitis na sceith
┐ na luireacha iat, CCath. 6004 . Subj. pres. romditne Dia
díles ar ifernn, ZCP vi 271 . dīdin romdīdnea, ZCP viii 202 .
(dep.) dondithnetar `may He protect us' (or from do-dona?),
10 Hy. i 2 Comm. ( Thes. ii 299 ). curandítne Dia óna huilib
cumgaib, LB 74b26 (Trip. p. clxvii). isi trocairi in rig . . . co
radidne na hegalsa, YBL 167b42 . PH 3371 . corumditnet gl.
defendant me, Lor. Gild. 19 . Imperf.: rogaid-seom in ri . . . co
rodidned ┐ coroḟoilged he ar in lucht nobidis oca iarraid,
15 YBL 165a33 . Fut. nosditneba ar cech ngalar, LB 239b5 . ditten
rondiitneba, Lec. 344b8 . nomdídnife in coimdiu, Lat. Lives
89 (= RC ii 388 ). illó chomlainn . . . dideonaid nái gcinn mot
chinn it will defend nine heads besides thy own, SG 248.34 .
dídeonuigh, Prov. xiv 3 . nech didenfus do flaithemnus,
20 RC xix 22 . triúr naemh . . . diteónus ar gach n-olc sib, BCC
219(p. 212). nosditnifit a n-almsana for thenid brátha, PH
3620 . Condit. ní ditnebad , Laws ii 18 Comm. Pret. and perf.
brat umum . . . do didneas mo corp go leir de, Lib. Flav. ii
8 va 25 . luid co Róim co rusdítne fen co glicc i fiadnuise ríg
25Róman, Todd Lect. vi 79 . rodithnistur sheltered (a criminal)
(do-dona?), Laws iii 64 Comm. Treated as compd. vb.: in
fear donitnetar a cinn `whom his superiors have protected',
Laws v 360 Comm. See also do-eim.

dítnide ind= 1 dítnid (?): Dia dil, tuistid dítnidi na ndúla,
30 SR 8361 .

? dítnigid v= 2 dítnid: main airime (.i. main ditnig) abdaine
mo ecailsi, Arch. iii 18 = Trip. p. lii . pass. forus nditin . . . .i.
dūn i ndithnigter na cūic seoit, Laws ii 10.y Comm. (do-
dona?). comarbus fir doeim .i. ised is leisin fer ditnigter, etc.,
35 O'C. 420 ( H. 3.18 230a ).
Vn. slán di in dit[n]iugad riasna reaib, O'C. 2649 ( Eg.
88, 55 (56)d ).

dítnigtheóir n i,m. (dítiu) protector: didnighteoir (gl. protector),
Ir. Gl. 1093 . didnighteoir na hecclaisi, BNnÉ 231 § 142 .
40See dínaigtheóir.

dítoin ind= Lat. ditonus, Ir. Gl. 472 .

ditronda n name of a plant, dittany: in d. ¤ , Arch. i 326 . frema
ditontra, 24 B 3, 96.9 .

? ditui: ind dobrisfiter tige, fogēba Emain d. ¤ , TFerbe 207 .

45 di-tuit xsee -díthat.

1 diu adj(Lat. diu) long, for a long time: d. ¤ inchian, RC xx 154 § 4
(ACC). díu cían, For. Foc. 30 ( Met. Gl. p. 14 ). díu ainm do
chían, Met. Gl. p. 23 . d. ¤ .i. diultad aneith roime, Stowe Gl. 98 .
d. ¤ .i. cian no fada, O'Cl. do tuairc[set] d. ¤ an n-eite friu
50comtis scitha beat their wings for a long time, Snedgus u.
Mac R. § 27 (p. 10) .

2 diu n day (in B. na filed?): est apud Scotoss d. ¤ srōl .i. dies
solis , Corm. Y 1134 .

3 diu xsee didiu.

55 ? diuailsid: v dū inná diuailsife nech comaccobor ná coméic-
niugud broit nā bīdh (of Heaven), Ériu ii 144 (`will not
degrade
(?) = diuaisligfe', Ed.). Perh. flashes forth, flares
(*dí-oss-lass-), cf. diulsidi (gl. flagrata), Sg. 70b9 .

díuais v pret. 3 s. looked, glanced (?): d. ¤ Diermait seucha for in
60rēin . . . co n-accu in nōi, RC xi 131 .

díub- xsee also díup-.

díubach appar. vn. formation from *dí-uss-bong refusal (?):
diubach ndala .i. nemtuidecht do aonach, O'C. 472 ( H. 3.18
247) = diubad, 456 (243a). See díupa.

65 díubairt xsee 1 dúbart.

diubargan xsee díbirciud.

díubartach adj o,ā (díubart, see 1 dúbart, dúbartach) fervent,
zealous: beir mo dúthracht ndiuburtach | gusin Ríg (a prayer),
CF p. 88 .

70 diubla xsee dible.

Diubrac n.pr. o,m. gen. muintir Diubhraic , Top. Poems 128 .

diubraicthech xsee díbraicthech.

diubrudath, x O'Mulc. 339 , see díburdud.

diúc, diú(i)c(e) n m. (Eng. or Romance loan-word) (a) leader
75(= Lat. dux): as inunn diuc re radh ┐ taiseach no treoraidh-
thoir, Lib. Flav. ii 15 ra 35 . ar imat a ndiuice ┐ a centure (of
ancient Rome), Trip. p. xxviii . an duibhce sdúireóchus mo
phubal Israel governor , Matt. ii 6 (1828). dúibhcidhibh, ib. do
bud iad so diuici an popuil .i. Moisi ┐ Arón ┐ Fínes ┐ Iosue,
80 3 B 22, 86 b7 . ac bennachad diuici an tsluaig diada, ib.
94a28 .
(b) duke: diuice deiorc the duke of York, FM iv 964 . díuíce
na Eg[e]ne, RC xix 26 . diuibhche, Rel. Celt. ii 196 . Rí,
Prionnsa, Diúice, TSh. 7859 . le diūc de Lorēne, Fl. Earls 74 .
85 go n-imat prinnsaidhe ┐ diucaidhe, 190 . in dá diuice, ZCP
vi 67 . diuicidh, 96 . do diúcib ┐ d'iarladhaibh, D iv 2, 58 ra 10 .