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70 díupart ā,[f.] vn. of do-opir (a) decreasing, depriving; depriva-
tion, loss: fil duine ara tibrind in mbith nhuile . . . cid diubert
for whom I would give the entire world, though it be a sacrifice,
RC xx 156 = cid diúbert, LU 517 (ACC). oc diupirt waning
(of the moon), BCr. 33c5 ( Thes. ii 22 ) = oc diubeirt, ib. 33a10 .
75 fuillem ndiuparto giving interest on loss (i.e. compensation?),
Tec. Corm. § 3.31 . hua diubartaib gl. detrimentis, Ml. 89c14
(oppd. to forbart incrementum).
(b) defrauding, cheating: conā roib diupart neich le lele,
Wb. 16c24 . rucus astud for diupairt, ZCP xv 321 § 14 . gō
80cach diupairt false is every fraud, Laws iii 8 . randtair an
diupairt i nde, 6 (i.e. the unfair surplus resulting from a dis-
advantageous contract, Thurn. Féil. Mhic Néill 158 ). derb-
diubairt (leg. derg-) `red fraud', i 52 (of Adam's loss of the
world for the sake of an apple). ni gella(i)t ratha dia ndochor
85dochuind na diubairt lobair, Bürgschaft 30 § 79 . ni saig dilsi
diupert doreir, § 80 . diubairt coibnesamh defrauding one's
neighbours
, ZCP ix 168 . diubairt eclaisi breithir nó gním to
defraud the Church by word or deed
, O'Dav. 192 . hesti (sc.
asin cathraig sin) nosaraighthi cach, ní cuimged nech a
sarugud-si. bai díubairt socaidi inti, BB 444a33 . gid fota
5nobeithea 'ga raind, ba d. ¤ sochaidhe sin, 491b13 . ní foim
diubairt deoradbreth, Tec. Corm. p. 56 , cf. O'Mulc. 341 .
neach ná roléicc a dhiúbairt gan a aithe who would not suffer
himself to be cheated with impunity
, FM vi 2298 . astud
cundrada cen diupairt (dibairt, v.l.), Tec. Corm. p. 8 . Triads
10 175 . fáilti fir iar ndiupairt, Triads 69 = iar mbreith diu-
barta, BB 66a10 . dighdi cech diubarta, dilgadh cecha torcca-
bala, ZCP iii 452 . iar fis a diubarta, Laws iii 2 . pl. trí
diubarta forsná íada dilse, Triads 149 .i. neithe ann a ttabhair
neach iomarcaith naith, p. 39 . a diubarta, Ériu iv 162 . ní
15íada faill for diubarta, Tec. Corm. p. 56 . a n[d]iubartaib cor
in fraudulent contracts, Laws iv 58 .
Perh. also: is andsin doroich diobuirt Fir D. dar Coin cC.,
ZCP x 294.6 = ra-siácht Ferdiad uair baeguil for Coinculaind,
TBC 3829 .

20 díupartach adj o,ā (díupart) (a) exorbitant, fraudulent: abbair ris
ní rip diumsach diupartach doguittech (of a king), LL 346b29
( ZCP xi 89 ). diupartach cech dindba every needy person is a
sponge
, Tec. Corm. § 13.26 . sluag dontach diupartach (of the
bardic assembly), LL 28a44 . file diupartach a poet who
25demands an exorbitant guerdon
, Laws i 54 . filid diubartach,
v 458 . a aingil . . . ber mo dúthracht ndiuburtach gusin ríg
bear my importunate entreaty, YBL 326b9 ( CF p. 88 ).
(b) Gramm., the ablative case: tobarthaid er diubartach,
Ml. 122a16 .
30(c) Name of a species of Ogham in which the name of each
character was shifted to the character next following, so that
the last letter in each `aicme' was the first in the `aicme'
following: in diupartach .i. diupairt gach aicme ar aile imon
cētfidh each group's depriving another of its initial letter,
35 Auraic. 6074 .

díuparthae adj io,iā part. of do-opir: diuparthae gl. privatum,
Ml. 68c8 . diubarthu gl. privato, 54d18 . diuparthe gl. privatam,
Sg. 28b21 .

díupgaid v(*di-uss-bong-?) strikes, comes in contact with (?):
40 leicidh fuili acht na diupged (leg. nodiupged?) tonda tana it
draws blood though it should but graze (?) delicate surfaces

(skins) (allusion to a triplet of satires, compared with talons),
Arch. iii 297 .

díupla n shelter, protection: rop cenn is rob coigedhach | . . . | rop
45diubla os derbfine, LL 385c15 = diupla, BB 127b14 . fo
diuplaib ind ḟosscemeil beneath God's footstool (of the six
inferior grades of the celestial hierarchy), SR 544 . ?Dia dom
chomét diplib doss, LL 297a13 = d'iplib dos, SG 364 .

díuplaid v(díupla) shelters, protects (?): im Diuplaig nodiuplad
50chath, LL 205a1 . Vn. diubladh .i. dídean, O'Cl.

Diuplaig n.pr. m., LL 205a1 .

-díurad ind(cf. do-fera?): rodiurad (rodailead, v.l.) fled forro cor'
batar dóethanaig, RC xiii 102 § 132 .

díurad [u,m.] vn. of do-fúarat remainder, leavings: [d]iurad,
55 Ardm. 189b1 ( Thes. i 498 ). dobertatár d. ¤ ind lenna isna paitti,
LU 1717 ( RC ix 478 ). Cf. O'Dav. 689 : diurtha .i. raet beg, ut
est . . . caem cach diurtha .i. . . . gach tiruairsi cruidh big.

diuretech adj(Lat. diureticus) med. diuretic: brígh diureitech,
24 P 3, 348.14 . leighois diuritech, 349.9 .

60 diureticach adj= prec.: brigh diuireticach, 24 P 3, 324.2 . diuri-
ticach, 23 P 5, 36.42 . ar luibib diuiriticaca, 43.37 .

diurnaid v gulps, swallows: atáid na hughdair ag tnúth leat . . .
mar dhiurnais a gcnuasach ar nós tuile since all their collectanea
thou hast swallowed up
, O'Gr. Cat. 620 . O'R.

65 díurraid n(airrad) one who is not a native freeman: nach deora
no nach diurraidh, Laws iv 244 Comm.

diurtha xsee díurad.

Diurthach n.pr. o,m. gen. Diurthaich, Lec. 427a40 .

dius n m., protection , O'R. dius .i. dídean, O'Cl. Prob. orig.
70 verbal form, cf. 1 do-fich?

diusarcain xsee díasarcuin.

díuscad xsee dúscad.

díuscart xsee do-foscart.

díuscartach adj(do-foscart) gramm. deponent , Sg. 196b2 .

75 díuscid xsee do-fíuschi.

? díuscoilt: ind diuscart dím a ndelg delg d. ¤ crú . . ., Thes. ii 248.4
(incantation). From *di-od-scoilt-, Asc. 295 .

diutann xsee diuthach.

Diuternoim xsee Deutornim.

80 diuthach n name of an indisposition to which knock-kneed
persons are liable: d. ¤ (nó diutann, add. LB) .i. nomen doloris
genethur do imc[h]omailt na dā sliasda oc imthecht, Corm.
Y 411 .

dlaí, dluí n[t,f.?] pl. dlaíthe, IGT Decl. §§ 98 , 99 . (a) wisp, tuft,
85 handful, tress (of grass, straw, etc.): ra léic úad ra talmain feib
ra léiced d. ¤ omthaind, MU² 649 . tobuing teora dlaithi dó .i.
dlai do hurnenaid . . ., Hib. Min. 72 . corotarraing d. ¤ asa bun
`he tore a tuft (of rushes) from its roots', Dinds. 64 ( RC xv 462 ).
dlaoi do bog-simin, BNnÉ 107 . d. ¤ do chind adairt a handful
of straw or rushes taken from a pillow
, Laws iv 314.4 ( Críth
5Gabl. 229 ). dloi di chossaib, 314.6 (ib. 231). dlui n-asa (put
in shoes for comfort), i 300.22 . conā fārcaib clēith no slait nō
scolb nō dlai a wisp of thatch (of a roof), Aisl. MC 53 . dartaid
i ndlaí de, Críth Gabl. 212 . an cuid oile dhi do cheangal i
ndlaoithibh seasca lé suagánaibh `in bundles', Keat. ii 5107 .
10Of a wisp used in incantations: ic tarchitul forsin dlaí ucut
fil imm asso, LU 4460 . berid ind ingen dloí ind assa, 4464 .
See fulla.
(b) By extension thatch, covering, and in fig. sense screen,
shelter: d. ¤ dar in tech, Arch. iii 236 § 8 . dlaoi díona (of a
15person), LL 394.51 . cor lái in grian a doirsi di, | dlaei ar a
soillsi riam ro[i]me its light had been obscured before, Arch.
iii 244 § 16 . o chétt-samhain . . . | go tteilc gach dos dlaoi dá
cluimh till the bushes cast their covering of foliage (i.e. till
November), ZCP viii 222.28 . Bk. of O'Conor Don 322a2 .
20 pl. dlaoithe té[a]gair na Teamhra, 413b8 . súil . . . ar ar
dhleightheach dlaoi, L. Chl. A. Buidhe 266 § 25 . fo d. ¤ under
cover, shelter , O'Mulc. 76 . BNnÉ 152 . With verb: ar ndol fa
dhlaoi having died, DDána 45.5 . ná léigeadh mo dhóigh fa
dhlaoi may He not bring my hopes to naught, PBocht 11a.5 .
25(c) a lock or tress of hair (esp. in later lang.). dlaoi, ciabh,
dúal, Eg. Gl. 248 . do ghlac misi ar dhlaoí dom ghrúaig,
Ezech. viii 3 . dlaoi da fholt, Keat. ii 5311 . do na dlaoithibh
. . . d'fholtaibh ┐ d'ulchadhaibh na laoch, iii 4466 . is dréim-
reach . . . a dlaoithe mar ór, E. O'Rahilly 168(1911). Of a
30 hank of wool: tlam .i. do lín, dlui .i. d'olaind, O'C. 1103
( H. 3.18 447b ).
Compds. ¤ chúachach: fuireann do bhruinnealaibh dlaoichuachach
with plaited hair , E. O'Rahilly 20 . ¤ fholt: at
[lebra bar n-] dlad-fholt, SG 350.4 .