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Diucaill xsee Díchuill.

díucaire xsee díucrae.

Diucaire n.pr. gen. muinter D. ¤ , Laud 610, 105b1 . muinter
Diugairi, BB 116b6 . muindter Diugra, Acall. 3690 (also m.
5 Diugna and Duigra, Hog. Onom. ).

diuchthair v ind. pres. pass. (?): ni do breith d. ¤ onnbun, IT iii 54
(= ni do bretir díuchtar onnbun, 55 ).

diuchtrad u,m. vn. of do-fíuchtra awakening; awaking,
arousing: do d. ¤ corporum et do chotlud corporum , Wb. 25c12 .
10 co fesadar . . . mo d. ¤ -sa asin ches araba, TBC² 3068 . oc d. ¤ ,
3005 . iar ndiuchtradh assa shuan, Ériu ii 112 .

-diucla, -ther xsee do-oggell.

díucrae, díucaire io,n. later f. vn. of díucraid crying out,
shouting, calling (upon), freq. with notion of appeal or
15 entreaty: robu ēcen diucrae friu (= clamor), Tur. 13 ( Thes. i 4
85 ). nuall tromm ┐ diucaire dermair, PH 4338 . diucra minic
moch (i.e. prayer), Ériu ii 56 . cluinte diucaire in bhochtáin!
Otia ii 96 . co diuccra, co n-ernaigthi, LB 261b26 = co
ndiugrau, Arch. iii 320 . go n-aithrighe nderbhair ┐ go
20ndíughaire truaigh, BNnÉ 188 . do legund, do irnaigthi, do
diucra fri Rīg, ZCP xiii 30 . roclos guth na noiden oc diucaire
(= orantis), Lat. Lives 68 . dorala bocht . . . ic díucaire i
ndorus na cat[h]rach (= orantem), ib. 88 = RC ii 388 . ag
diugairi ┐ ic nemele, Aen. 3109 (cf. implorans, Verg. Aen. xii
25653 ). ic cai ┐ occ diucairi, Lism. L. 3411 . oc coéi ┐ oc diucra,
LB 222b33 . og derg-diuccra, PH 376 . dorogart tra ó diucaire
móir, Corm. 36 s.v. prull = doriucart o guth mor, YBL. tuc
treas ar cai ┐ ar diudra (sic), Lib. Flav. ii 2 va 52 . tar eis cai ┐
diugra, ib. 4 va 44 . Cf. 2 dígaire.

30 díucraid orig. compd. vb. *dí-uss-gair-. The perf. do-ríucart
is a back-formation, but cf. dorogart, Corm. 36.40 = doriu-
cart, Corm. Y 1059 . shouts, cries out: díucrait cusin coimdid,
PH 4576 . no-diucratís o guth mor, 4384 . doríucart o guth
mor ré Dia, Trip.² 480 . doríugart, 490 . ro-diúcart Ísu isin
35croich, PH 3348 . ro-díucair, 1129 . ro-díucairset, 4410 . Vn.
díucrae.

diúdán n m. giddiness: go ngabhann d. ¤ iad, TSh. 7928 , 8109 .
i ngalar diúdáin dubháilceadh, 9598 .

diuderc n[n.?] (*di-uss-derc, Binchy, Ériu xvi 43 ) gazing, look-
40ing (poetic or B. na f. word): mór Día domm anacul de múr
theindtide, díudercc ṅdér, LU 503 `long looks of tears', ACC 4
( RC xx 154 ). .i. . . . ar imbed in tened i teilciter dera co cian
ica descin . . . diudercc dano nomen compositum o latin ┐
scotic .i. diu incian ┐ dercc sūil, LU 511 (= diu-tercc nder, Lib.
45Hymn. i 168 ). fil dune rismad bude lem d. ¤ , 515 . la d. ¤ dó
fuire `at the sight of it', Ériu xvi 38 § 6 = la dechsain dó
fuirri, Laws i 72.18 .

Diugrad n.pr. m. gen. Conn ua Diughraidh comharba Caoimh-
ghin, FM 1013 .

50 Diugurnach n.pr. o,m. see Wortk. 45 . Digornach mac
Crundmail, Lec. 254a34 . Digernach, 260b20 . mac Digornaig ,
237a45 ; BB 146c23 . húi Diugurnaich , Rawl. 160b47 .

diúice xsee diúc.

diúicecht n ā,f. (diúc) duchy: diúiceacht, Fl. Earls 106 . dobēr-sa
55do rogha diuiciacht . . . duit, ZCP vi 81 .

diúicnice n= prec. (?): do cogad ar duicnice (sic) na Burguine,
RC x 190 .

diúir adj trifling, petty, mean: nírbo diuir (.i. nibu bec nó nibu
dereoil) in gābud di, Hy. v 31 . ní dalb droṅggeṅg díur, LL
60 132a50 . deithbir dam cid diúir mo dath homely, plain (?),
37c57 ( Auraic. 5377 ). nach lamat luad co dísc diuir | cuirp
Crist chíuin cen anart sroill meanly, LB 108b62 . diur cach co
rath muc .i. is difoirithnech cach rath . . . is diur no is daor
cach fer, O'Don. 513 ( H. 3.17 416 -17). diur cach terc ┐ terc
65cach doim, O'C. 230 ( H. 3.18 125 ) = diuir, 1388 ( 630a—b ). In
cheville: ni diuir not trifling , FM 925 (poem). As n.pr. m.
Diuir Enaig, LL 360g50 . Gorm. May 19 .

diúire n iā, f. (diúir) pettiness, meanness (of appearance): d. ¤ .i.
di-mhaisse, Corm. s.v. ( Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 16 ). nemed diuire
70(etymol. gloss on daerneimead), Laws v 14.20 .

? díuisse x(see 1 and 2 uisse): ar diuisse (etymol. expl. of name
Déisi), Y Cymmrodor xiv 134.12 .

dḯuit adj i (dí + ét, Ped. i 219 , dí + fot, Thurn. Gramm. § 105 )
(a) simple, single-minded, sincere: ni sulbir in bríathar .i. ní
75dron act is diuit et is glé, Wb. 17b4 . diuti dúthrachtig do
chomalnad soscéli gl. sinceres, 23b4 . ba diuit (.i. glan) fri Dia
in naem-og sin, ZCP xii 293.21 . ba diuid dílocht o menmuin,
vii 311 . gach cendais, gach ciúin, gach diūid, Ériu vi 236 .
dús im bad diuit ┐ im bad maith a thaírus straightforward ,
80 Im. Brain i 52 ( LU 11008 ). tabrait dait a coibsena | co diūit
┐ co lēir let them make full and sincere confession, Arch. iii 318 ,
cf. LB 261a66 . As subst. sincerity, truth: ara n-indissed di
diuit a imtech[ta], LU 11033 (diúiti, diuidi, v.ll.) ( Im. Brain
i 56 ). Of animals: don dá dhamh díana, díuide | doní doimh
85ciuine cennsa undomesticated , BNnÉ 213 § 79 .
(b) single, simple, uncompounded; often opposed to com-
suidigthe compound: inna brēthre diuite of the simple verb,
Sg. 168a3 . in diúit no in comsuidigthe in focul is eitged?
Laws iii 94 . coll ar coll ndiuit single c (opposed to q = cu),
Auraic. 2895 . gort ar gort ndiuit single g, 2898 . diles do a
5seacht diuidib it is proper to its seven simples (i.e. units, con-
stituent parts?), 747 . crābud in buirb co n-indmus | los
diuit, nit-goire a gris a flame and nothing more, its glow warms
thee not
, ZCP vii 311 . sugh na smér do tabairt co diuid nō
maille biadh by itself or with food, 23 Q 5, 48.31 . ni bhfhuil
10acht trí gnéthe ar na fiabrusaibh aonda diuide, 3 C 19,
241 vb 1 . nach eslainte diuid . . . acht eslainte comhsuighi[g]thi,
129 va 25 . leiges diuid . . . leiges comsuigigthe, 23 P 10,
136a75 . leiges diuid .i. an leiges nach bi contraracht cumusci
rena fholad (= simplex medecina), 23 F 19, 27 va 29 .
15(c) simple-minded, silly: bale i mbai in Dagda, nar diúit who
was no fool
, Ériu vii 220 , 228 . hí Tressaig nocha dāl diúit `not
a backward race
', ii 50 . a druith na halla . . . a brecanaigh
diúit! IT iii 98 . is diud ┐ as amglicc do duine amhurus do
beith aigi ar na briathraibh adubairt Crist, Lib. Flav. ii
2040 rb 5 . a daeine diuidi borba is mall-croidi docum creidim,
3 B 22, 80 b10 . ag rādh neithi ndiuid leanbuidhi, 3 C 19,
78 vb 10 . aislingthe eglacha . . . diúide, 3 C 22, 206b31 . timid,
hesitating (?): ba diuit meta a comarli, Cog. 170 ( foolish ?).