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dlomaid v IGT Verbs § 67 . (a) announces, proclaims, declares:
aio .i. dlomaim, O'Mulc. 30 . dlom .i. indis nó erfuagair no
aisneidh, O'Dav. 663 . .i. foillsiugud .i. rád, 697 . dlomh .i.
innis; dlomhaim .i. foillsighim, O'Cl. dlom díis ar fichit
70martir, Fél. Sept. 13 (cf. O'Dav. 663 above ); cf. Aug. 7 ,
Oct. 12 . dlom dligi forus (.i. apuir), Laws i 268 . nód-dlomaim
fiad dálaib I declare it before assemblies, Fél. Prol. 315 .
dlomthus cách everyone proclaims it, Feb. 17 . ised inso
dlomas gl. ait, Ml. 30b19 . is ed in lín marb dlomus, Ériu viii
75123 . in t-aeil thenn dlomadh gail | roreng canar (caiar, v.l.;
leg. roṡreng Caier?) a Cruachnaib the prong (i.e. satire) which
used to announce conflict
(?), Anecd. ii 66 . co n-éicius- [s]a duit
. . . indus rosndlumus dona ceithri móirfeisir as I have made
it known
, Ériu iv 144 . dlomais in cleireach la heolus . . . ad bí
80tri maic, Snedg. u. MacR. 12 . dlomtar turbuid exemptions
are declared
, Laws i 266 .i. ráiter nó aisnéidhther, 298.12
Comm. dlomthair inraic it should be declared to be just, ZCP
xiv 386 § 51 ( Laws ii 320 ). co rodlomtar a dearusc (.i. gu
n-aisneidither), iv 96 (see Cóic Con. Fug. 22 § 18 cited under
85 dlomad).
(b) gives notice (to quit), warns off, turns out, expels, rejects.
With DO: dlomais doib ar nā beidis for a fergurt he gave them
notice not to stay in his paddock
, BB 390a38 . dlomais dóib co
nā beidís isin brug, SG ii 484.14 . dlomaid dóib as ind ferunn
┐ ní densat fair, SG 34.13 ( LU 2943 ). nech nád ataim cairi,
5| dlomaid dó in t-anmcharae | dochum nach loccáin aili the
confessor warns him off to another place
(leg. dlomad, ipv.?),
Ériu iii 104 . is dōib side dlomas in rig nemda il-lō brātha
rejects , PH 4306 . dlomis Fíacc dóib iarsin `warned them off'
(of angels who bear a gift to F. which he will not accept),
10 Ardm. 18b1 ( Thes. ii 242 ). dlomais D. . . . dia daltaib drove
out
, Met. Dinds. iii 90 . dlomais doib da thír diles, LL 152b45 .
rodlomai dō as tīr, TTr.² 257 . ní ba maith ríge Meiccon,
dlomsad fir Eirenn do ┐ doberaid ríge do C., SG 255 . trans-
feruntur .i. dlomthair do suidib they receive notice to quit, Ml.
15 59d7 . dlomfaigter dó asind nErind, YBL 172a21 . arbertai
co ngabad dú itá Cell Glas: dlomtha dó ass, Trip.² 1902 .
rodlomad doib co mbadar ic Ard in Aenfhir, Anecd. i 17 =
rodlomtha co mbatar, Ériu iii 136 . With FRI: dlomaid riu co
brath in laech, Ériu vii 227 ( LL 209a52 ). lodar . . . co Brug
20meic in Og; is and bae Aengus for a cind ┐ dlomais friu, RC
xvi 151 . rodlomsat aingil fri Eua ┐ Adam a Partus amach,
MacCarthy 58 . With direct obj.: fomenainn as mo cholainn
| rodlomainn a nrodlomsat would that I could expel . . . what
(the ancients) expelled
, Ériu ii 63 . iarsin dlomais Dagda dúr
25as a dún . . . co mbai i nOchain turned him out, Met. Dinds. ii
20 . rondlomsat fir hErend assa rígu ar ropo anflaith, RC xiii
462 . dlomthar lat drong demnachda | i píanaib úaraib iffirn,
SR 8329 . dlomtair they are rejected, ZCP iii 4 . dlomhfaider
a hEirinn, SG 71 . Eocho ó rodlomad when E. was expelled,
30 ZCP xii 436 .
(c) refuses, declines: (with accus.) Iob trēn [nā] dlomad cath
who never refused battle, SR 7035 . ro dlomus . . . mor do
noemuib . . . im an cloccsa, Fen. 232.8 . ní rodlom dorair do
saint did not refuse to war on avarice, ZCP iii 452 . dlom mac
35Airt iath meic moch; guid fōd fair i Ros na Ríg (i.e. refuses
burial in Brug na Bóinne and asks to be buried at Ros na R.),
SG 256 ( BB 260b41 ). gilla . . . nachar dhlomh ól ná imeirt
`that ne'er shirked either drink or play', O'Gr. Cat. 439 =
nachar lom, TD 44.6 .
40? Part. ilar ndlúm ndlomtha tuarcat, SR 903 .

dlomaisin n destroying: dlomhaisin .i. milleadh; baoi ag d. ¤ na
hoibhre .i. ag milleadh, O'Cl. The quotation seems to be a
confused reminiscence of Met. Dinds. ii 4 : Midir ocon dolaim
(doloim, LL; dolum, dolmad, dlomad, v.ll.) sin, | oc admilliud
45na hoipre. See Hermathena xiv 471 . Hence dlomhadh .i.
millead spoiling, marring, or botching ; ata se ag dlomhadh no
ag dlomhairt na hoibre, P. O'C.

dlomtha xsee dlomaid.

dlongid v(the orig. paradigm in which -n- is confined to pres.
50stem later splits into two stems dlong- and dluig-. See
Strachan, Verbal Syst. of SR, Ped. ii 507 ). ind. pres. pass.
dlongar, Ériu ii 4 . fut. 3 s. nosdedlai, SR 8348 (but see fasc.
D-degóir 212.39). cond. 3 pl. nodídlastais, BDD 128 , 137 =
no dedhlaistis , BDD² . perf. 3 s. rondedail, LU 3581 ( SC 29 ).
55 rosdedlaig, SR 7958 . rodloing, 3555 . pl. rodloingset, TBC
3810 . pret. with suff. pron. dluṅgsius, LL 116a24 . Part.
dlochta. Vn. dluige.
(a) splits, cuts, rends: intan dotaet in cú tar sodhain conid
[d]loing cnes no eetach .i. co ndluighi no co letrann in cnes . . .
60ina beolu, O'Dav. 1179 . tri claidib . . . nodídlastais finnae for
usciu they would split, BDD 127 . deich damu dagfedma
dlongar (dlongthair, dlongtur, v.ll.) Herion uill by which is
cleft
(i.e. ploughed) . . ., Ériu ii 4 (glossed .i. airit they plough,
ib.). Intrans. ba sé dlús n-imaric daronsatar go ro dluigset ┐
65go ro dloingset a sceith a ṁ-bile go a ṁ-bróntib, TBC 3810 . co
ndluigtis ┐ co ndlongtis . . . na catha comméiti comdangni
risin dírim ndlúith, LL 238a22 ( TTr. 1574 ).
(b) cleaves or cuts away, sunders (from): aes ēcnaig, aes
athchossain, | aes ind indlaig nosdedlai (God) will cut them
70off
(?), SR 8348 . cadé lín a theglaig lib | rosdedlaig Dia dil dia
threib? 7958 . is de ná tic a hEmain | dáig na delba ron
dedail, LU 3581 ( SC 29 ).
(c) emits, sends forth (?): tamon dia n[d]loing bansrotha bard
mbind .i. in tamon dluiges co hobond firsrotha na bairdne
75binde, O'Dav. 1203 . rodloing . . . | drong dremun dia n-irga-
bāil, SR 3555 = curid . . . drong . . . dia n-ergabail, LB 116b14 .
See also dedlaid, dluigid, dlochta.

dlug nFreq. also dluig (cf. dligid?) (a) justifying reason; hence
right, claim, possession; freq. in phrase is d. ¤ do x x has a
80 right to: dludh .i. dualghas, O'Cl. dluig .i. dliged, Stowe Gl.
131 . fail dlug (damna, adhbhar, v.ll.) molta forro there is good
reason to praise them
, TBC 416 . éc no guin ó muntir móir |
dluig brōin atchluintir i cēin, LL 33a8 . ropo throm ri claind
Nemid | in cháin sin ba dluig debig it was enough to cause
85strife
, 206a9 ( Met. Dinds. iv 250 ). is eol dam-sa in dluig diatá
| Lecht hEile the reason for which L. E. got its name, 192b9 (ib.
326 ). nocho dluig āli, | nī anfam fa[t] dāig you have no reason
for timidity, I will not tarry for you
, TBC² 2466 . asbert D. is
olc do gné a rígmilid . . . Asbert M. bai a dlug do, Cog. 170 .
roiarfaiged dín scéla; | ní bái dúin dluig a shéna, RC vii 302 .
5 ní fuil do dluig do gasced nō dott' ārim etir dag-óco thou hast
no claim to valour or to be mentioned
. . ., xiv 408 . connach fail
do dluig nā do dúal na do díl ri gail ná ra gaisced, TBC 3792 .
ferr do dluig-siu ┐ do díl innáit sin uile better is thy possession
(thou art better off than as in (b) ?), Acall. 4597 . biaidh i n-ifern
10tri bith sír, | bid hé a díl is a dluigh, Moling 45 . noem-rí
gréine glan | as caeimhe gach dlugh `fairer than any possession',
Ériu iv 236 . biathadh mís . . . do cúiged Muman . . . ┐ dia rí,
ni dluidh deolaigh no mean claim (?), BB 269a2 (= ni dligh
deolaigh, BR 34 ). mo duan, ni dub ni dous (= dofius) | dlug
15dont ṡluag cosnaius, LL 193b58 ( Met. Dinds. iv 332 ). Rauphel
. . . Máirt is dó is dluig (: cuir) Tuesday is his day (`under his
protection
'), KMMisc. 255 . ni dluig ┐ ni dligid duit-siu clann
C. do laidiud, MR 152 . robo dluigh dūinne conāch crōdachta
┐ innmusa do beith oraind on fine or' fhásamur, Expugn.
20Hib. 33 . cá dluidh duitsi . . . ar n-imarcraidh-ne do denum?,
ZCP xi 40 . bheith neimhneach dheid gion gur dluigh
`though your spitefulness is uncalled for', Content. x 1 . suirge
ni dluigh dhamh óir ni mealloim mná, Duan. Finn i 80 . ní
dhó gér dhluigh a chaoine | as mhó ḟuil ar n-éagcaoine, DDána
25 64.18 . a thréidhe i nDiarmuid as dluigh, 91.37 . ? co ndabaig
dān-dlugae a wine-vat as a poet's due (?), ZCP xii 273 . re
nguin mh'échta-sa | nim-dluigh duarcus[s]a `I deserved not
harshness
', Buile S. 96 .
(b) plight, lot, fate (infl. of díl, dual, see above): gid doirb
30dluig, Fen. 374 . arca (= arco) fuin | do rig nime . . . leis mo
dluig, YBL 316a41 . na heaspaig sin, truagh a ndlugh | muna
trēicet a n-uabhar, ZCP xii 392 . do dluig-siu ┐ do díl, Acall.
4597 (see (a)). ni tiocfa, ciodh daor an dlug, | eccnach dia n-éis
san saoghal, BNnÉ 253 . dluigh nar dír, BB 56a7 . ? frith ar
35matain, derb in dlug, | i mbrolluch Conchobair chaim |
noedenan, LL 144b14 .
(c) desire (?): dlug .i. acobor, Corm. Y 495 (perh. an in-
ference). dlugh .i. acobar, O'Mulc. 325 . Perhaps also (or in
meaning (a)?): ni beoda a dula cen geiss | ma ta air-sium dluig
40legis `if he desires to be healed' (if he has a claim to . . .?),
TFerbe 574 . atbēr frit co dian do dluig (answer to request for
information) what you desire (?), what you claim (?), Ériu vii
225 . ? cía bé dlug bias duib, Met. Dinds. iii 42 (` reason,
motif (of poem)', Gloss.).
45(d) means, contrivance (?): dluigh .i. inneall, O'Cl. conā raibi
dlug diubraict[h]i nó edh urchuir ettarru (interval), CCath.
5814 . in fetabair cade in dluig | diar gab Oengus in mBruig
mbuain? the trick whereby O. obtained the B., Ériu vii 220 .
cá dluidh dogén risin muir moir? `how shall I contrive (to
50cross) the sea?
', SG 242 . da mbeith dluid lasta for dūilib ō
dāinib d'arm ┐ d'eirred . . . if human beings had any way of
setting the world ablaze
. . . (?), BB 431b15 . Perh. also in the
follg.: Róim na hEirenn hí (i.e. reilic Molaise) as gach mudh
| ní dlug do saoradh na slógh, SG 33 . bit [aingil] limm . . .
55am chind . . .,† bit daingen nach dluig|secht cuir aingel air
(bendacht aingil am dluig, v.l.), KMMisc. 254 .