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diúltad u,m. O.Ir. díltud, díltod. Vn. of do-sluindi. diúltadh,
65 díltadh, IGT Verbs § 98 . (a) In Wb. used to translate
scandalum, etc.: diltuth, Wb. 6c2 (a prima manu). in díltod, 5b7 .
ma imfolṅgi díltud dun brathir gl. scandalizare, 10c13 , cf. 14 .
(b) = Lat. negare, denying the truth of, refusing to believe in:
diltud esærgi, Ml. 15d2 (cf. Wb. 13b18 ). díltud remdeicsen
70Dǽ, 91a21 . díltod Dé, Wb. 1d12 . desperatio .i. in dilthut
veritatis, Enchir. Aug. 75b ( ZCP vii 482 ). do dichor eirsi
Maicedoin .i. diultad in spiruta noib, Lec. 301a16 . Hence
gramm. negation, a negative: ar díltud ata in- gl. intolerabilius,
Sg. 95a4 . fo diltud inso in negation gl. neque, Ml. 55c8 . ac[c]
75. . . nego latine .i. diultad, Corm. Y 96 . di-ainmne .i. di- fo
diultad, 407 , cf. 78 , 504 , 506 . indigu .i. in- ic a diultad co
nach digu hē, 759 , cf. 92 . dini[n] disail .i. di fo diultad and
co nach nin, Auraic. 1566 . an diúltadh coitcheann `universal
negative
', TSh. 3232 . IGT Verbs passim .
80(c) rejecting, refusing to acknowledge, refusing admittance,
disowning: issé ar ndiltuth dūnn fanissin our denial of ourselves
(i.e. self-abnegation), Thes. ii 245 (Camb. Hom.). diultad
bathis, Corm. Y 756 (= d. ¤ do baithis, LB). diultad diabuil
con-a aslaigib, PH 8332 . dogéntai-si uli mo d. ¤ -sa ol Ísu, 3002 .
85 icca ndlomad ┐ icca ndíulta uad, 6163 . antan bhíos ag
diúltadh aneith budh mhaith dhó do ghlacadh, TSh. 8250 .
With various prepp. DO: ar ngabhail lais an ccreittemh
ccatolica ┐ ar ndiúltadh dá Prionnsa, FM v 1736 . ag d. ¤
d'fháis-chreideamh Calvin, TSh. 6109 . FOR: diultad for rig
n-angel n-úag, SR 4117 . FRI: ni radligiusa diultud frim i
5Temraich I deserved not to be refused admittance to T., LL
51b9 . iar loscud dia muntir Dromma Liss ar ndiultud friu
after his monks had burnt D. L. on being refused admittance,
369 marg. inf. isé . . . dorad fāilti do ḟileadaib Erend iar
ndiultad friu do Aed mac A. a mōrdāil Droma Ceata, Lec.
10 286b5 . RÉ N-: diultad re ndāim fechta feile to refuse hospitality,
Laws v 174.21 Comm. iar ndiultad dó roimh Padraic,
MacCarthy 396 .
(d) refusing, declining to grant or to do: nar bh'áil liom thusa
do diulte to refuse your request, Ériu vi 125 . diúltadh cáigh lé
15ní léamha `He will not dare to refuse her anyone', A. Ó Dálaigh
vii 7 . ní bhfuilim ag diúltadh bás d'fagháil, Acts xxv 11 .
nochan fhuil finghal ná feall | doirr na diultadh ná doichell,
ZCP ix 486 .

diúltadach adj(diúltad). Occas. also diúltach. (a) that denies or
20 rejects , absol. or with obj. gen.: sacart diultadhach, Triads
96(M) (diultach, BB 66b14 ). is diultadach Patraic ┐ na hirsi
nach oen deraig a thír, LB 11a17 = diultach, Mon. Tall. 133 .
ni fhaicfe mo dhiultadhach | go bráth an flaithes nemdha
whosoever denies (rejects) me, BNnÉ 285 .
25(b) given to refusing, stingy, grudging: ní diultach (diulta-
dach, v.l.) mo charae, Fél. Ep. 371 . nársad diultadach um
biad, Acall. 602 . nírbo haithesc ndībech nduaibsech nd. ¤ ,
Anecd. ii 72 . cleirech dibech d. ¤ , Moling 42 . a dregain derg
díultadaig, IT iii 104 . In mock n.pr. (subst.) Gainne ingen
30 Diultadhaigh , Anecd. ii 54.3 .
(c) denying (oppd. to affirming), negative: ata cuit dib díulta-
dach ┐ araile daíngnighthe some (of the Commandments) are
prohibitions and others commands
, PH 7298 . As subst. an-,
am-, diultadaig gaidilge negatives , Corm. Y 23 .

35 diúlta(ig)id v(diúltad) diúltadh, díltadh, IGT Verbs § 98 .
refuses, rejects: rodiultaigset clanda Israel . . . a Coimdid,
BB 245a30 . nior dhiultaig aoineach riamh fa ṡeoidibh, IT ii2
140 n. 17 . do ṡeirc Dé nár díltar róm, IGT Verbs ex. 891 .
diúltuigh na baintreabhacha óga refuse the young widows,
40 1 Tim. v 11 . do dhiultuigh sé Brutus ┐ Cassius do bheith i
ngárda a chuirp, Gadelica 7 .

diúltaigthech adj(diúltaigid) negative: singin . . . deimhnigh-
theach . . . singin diúltuightheach, TSh. 3215 .

diúltaigt(h)eóir n m. (diúltaigid) denier: diultaighteoir anma
45Críost, ITS xvi 44 .

díumaidm n,n. vn. formation from compd. of maidid, see
Ped. ii 574 bursting in, irruption: gl. irruptione, Ml. 85c6
(where Thes. editors read diamaidm).

diumann n[o,n.?] overbearing, contempt: diumann .i. diumus
50no dímiadh, O'Dav. 707 . munab ar diumunn in ceili lasin
flaith unless it be out of contempt for the tenant by the chief,
ZCP xiv 385 § 50 . mad in cele tathcuirid(t)er fair ar di[u]-
mund lais, 390 § 56 . mad ar diumand in ceile in-asa in flaith
a seotu if it be from contempt for (to insult?) the client the lord
55recalls his `séts'
, 391 § 59 ( Laws ii 318 ff .) (quoted by O'Dav.
s.v.). ar diumann, Laws ii 212 Comm. g s. co ndrochcubus
diumainn , 320 Comm. n du. a dā ndiumund `their two con-
tempts
', 314 Comm.

díummus later also dímus u,m. (orig. vn. from *dí-uss-mid-).
60Later also o,m. Note also dímus n-án, LL 191a35 ; tairnem
na diumsa, Ériu ix 45 § 5 . diúmus, dímus, g s. -uis, m., IGT
Decl. § 17 . lit. overestimating, hence vainglory, arrogance,
pride: flaith cen uaill, cen d. ¤ , FA 35 . dorairned diumus na
mborb, SR 4495 . tria chinaid diumsa, 6866 . rolín dímus is
65dasacht (of Pharaoh), 3880 . rol-lín tondgur diummusa, 6796 .
romgab-sa miad ┐ borrfad, et domthanic tond diummais,
LL 273b42 . búaid crotha ┐ delba ┐ diumsa, 231a13 . atchota
diummus dimda pride goes before a fall, 345b49 ( Thurn. Zu
Ir. Hdschr. 13 ). ēcubus cach ndiumus, Laws ii 320 . na hocht
70coire chenna: díumus, etc. the eight capital sins . . ., PH 8033 .
a bunad in díumais, 3928 . fíanna cen d. ¤ , Tec. Corm. § 3.23
(dimes, v.l.). fri díumus ṅdúr ṅdrocht, Acall. 2964 . umla iar
ndīmus, ZCP vi 258 . nach é ar les beth folum ar egla an díomuis,
ix 175 n. 1 . gresacht díumais ┐ esciallaige, Alex. 870 . fa gnim
75ndimsa n-imuaibre, Folklore iv 481 (Edinb. Dinds.). ar ndul
a crand an dimais do (of Zacchaeus), 3 B 22, 109a1 .

díummusach adjalso díumsach, dímsach o,ā (díummus) proud,
haughty, arrogant: is diummussag gl. superbus est, Wb. 29b4 .
diummusach gl. (a) superba (altitudine), Ml. 48c13 . inna
80ndiummasach gl. superborum, 56a22 . dedaig diumaschu
(diumsachu, v.l.) he thrust down the proud, Hy. iii 4 . diumu-
sach .i. di-ammusach .i. ni tabair ammus for ni acht a thol-
chaire a oenur . . . his sole aim is (to satisfy) his own will,
Corm. Y 410 . diumsach .i. derscaigthech, O'Dav. 690 . ba
85delbda diummusach (of Samson), SR 5334 . dian drenngalach
diumussach (of Lucifer), 944 . slóg dermor diummussach,
5742 . roraidi Lucifur aithesc ndiumosach, 850 . Abisolón
diandiumsaig . . . dorodiúsaig (a s. metri causa), 6935 . in
diumussaig (n. pl.) the proud, 8343 . nír bat díscir dóichlech d. ¤ ,
LU 3467 . Tarquinn diumsach, LL 143b14 . coscur Fhirdiad
5diummasaig, TBC 3217 = dimosaigh, TBC² 2398 . in clam
díumsach (= leprosus superbus), Lat. Lives 83 . is amlaid bái
in Dond Cualngi diumsach discir, IT iii 245 . dligid cach
diumsach tairniud, ZCP xi 84 . ic toirnem na ṅdemna ṅdium-
sach, PH 6269 . intí ropo diumsach, co rop inisel, 5622 .
10 diumsacha dagdóine haughty towards gentle folk, Tec. Corm.
§ 16.38 . a druim re dīmsachaib, a des fri deiblēnaib, ZCP viii
204 . clanna díomsacha Domhnuill, Rel. Celt. ii 260 . diumu-
saig (diumsaig, v.l.) coin hounds wax insolent, Ériu vii 4 .
doberthai fregarta dimsacha air, 3 B 22, 2a24 . a n-agaidh na
15colla craesaidhe dímsaidhe, BCC § 418 . dob ail linne betha
neimdimsach bidh ┐ edaidh do fagbail uaitt an unpretentious
life as regards
. . ., Lib. Flav. i 35 ra 37 .
As n.pr. m. Diumasach, AU 755 . Diumassach, Rawl.
150a10 . Dímusach, LL 382c12 . Anecd. i 42 . g s. Diummasaig,
20 LL 314d7 . Diumasaich, Rawl. 161a23 . Dimmasaich, 153a42 .
Dimmasaig, LL 314b43 .