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5 día adv enough (poet.): dīa .i. lór, ZCP v 484 . Usually in inter-
80jectional phrases with partitive de: tri maic mathe la hErc |
dia do gluair, LL 333c25 . dia do chumail am' chinaid
sufficient satisfaction for my offence, Met. Dinds. iii 62 . Fre-
quent in early modern verse: dia do chabair na coisi | ara
tabair tarcoisi help enough are the Feet that thou revilest, IGT
85 Decl. ex. 204 . dia do chléirc[h]eacht `how clerical', Studies
1918, 98.5 . tarla dhóibh—dia do mhíoghaol—. . . neart a
chéile do chlaochlúdh, TD 26.58 . dia do bhail, Dánta Gr.
16.73 .

6 día xsee 3 dí.

7 día adjfor dá, dí two q.v. dia ndroch finna, FB § 47 . dia gelgae,
5 RC xii 60 .

8 día- pref. (Gk. δια-) only in borrowed and incompletely
assimilated medical terms, as: diaborrago, 3 C 19, 124 rb20 .
diasene diasenna, ib. diacalamentum, 121rb13 . dia kiron, 23
P 10, 111 . diachylon, 24 P 32, 236 .

10 9 día prep. + poss. or rel., see de, 1 do.

díabail: ind d. ¤ .i. dí-aoibhil .i. gan tene, O'Cl.

? díabas: ind diabas (.i. lúa), TBC² 851 (rhet.).

díablacda adj(2 díabul) diabolical: a cholann, a teampall d. ¤ ,
YBL 162b14 . See díabolacdae.

15 díablad, díablud u and o; cf. diablud n-aithgina, Laws ii
68.11 . d. ¤ n-eirce, v 228.x . Vn. of díablaid.
(a) doubling in quantity or number, reduplication: diabla .i.
dā urdail, Stowe Gl. 312 . diabludh .i. da oirid nó dūbladh, 42 .
diabladh .i. dúbladh, O'Cl. Frequent, in Laws, of the increase
20of the debtor's liability in certain cases: mad in fer acarthar
ann ēlas, ┐ ro fitir co ndlegur de, diabladh fiach uadh, Laws i
94.26 . diablud fri helo there is double (liability ?) for abscond-
ing
, ii 14.30 . diablad cintaig issi aithgin inbleogain, iii 344.20 .
soaltar .i. forcraid in altrama .i. diablad a iarata don aite . . .
25mialtar .i. diablad do ratha on aite, i 172.17 . diablad n-aith-
gina neich robriathar .i. diablad sin boin bristi, ┐ bó laisin
mboin slāin, O'Dav. 287 . ni teit aithgin tar diabhlad .i. ni
teit in diabhlad dar cutrumad na haithgina ┐ nocha teit in
lethghabail diabhlaid dar cutrumad na haithghina, H. 3.18,
30 454 ( Laws v 448 ). See Thurn., ZCP xvi 219 . diablad fiachu
ferg malice is a reduplication of liability, O'Gr. Cat. 149 .
diablad fiach fearg .i. da coibeis anfoit, H. 3.18, 631 . g s.
cethri ba aithgena ┐ cethre ba diabalta ┐ cethre ba eine-
clainni, Laws v 342.13 . Of a metrical device: nó comad
35diablad ainmm na haiste forsa ndernad (of the opening
phrase of ACC: Dia Dia), LB 238[d]by ; cf. 1 díabul II.
(b) folding, doubling: lend na daim a diablad a cloak which
does not permit its folding
(? cf. is tighe-de an brat a dhúbladh,
Ir. Prov. 316 ), LL 193b39 . benna an catha do diabladh ina tim-
40chill to fold the wings of the battalion around them, CCath. 5511 .

díablaid v(1 díabul) doubles: in tan . . . díablas feib mbóairech,
Críth Gabl. 262 .

díablaide adj io,iā (2 díabul) devilish, unholy: sluagh borb
diabhlaidhe i nbhar ndáil | ord iarnaidhe i ngach éanláimh
45(descr. of hell), Dán Dé xxv 23 . draìthe diablaide (of a legion
of devils), BCC § 295 . is diud ┐ as aimglicc ┐ is diablaighi do
duine amhurus do beith aigi arna briathraibh adubairt
Crist, Lib. Fl. ii 40 rb5 . na dena tnuth re duine diabhlaidhi ar
son a ueth saidhbhir oir ni maith bhias a deire, Ériu v 126.y .
50 robadur a dei duaibsecha diablaidhi a coimidecht in tSab-
dain, ZCP vi 57 . in dúil diablaide dodelba, SG 259.22 . dúil
co ndroichdeilb ndiablaide, 260.12 . áonóglaoch dubh dúaibh-
sech diabhluidhe, RC xxix 142 . ná léig sinn i ngéibheannaibh
diabhlaidhe i ngeall, Keat. Poems 402 .

55 díablaidecht n ā,f. (díablaide) devilry, wizardry, wickedness:
ag fo[g]laim fis ┐ eolais ┐ diablaidechta, BB 32a14 . ni aidhera
si draidecht na diabluigicht feasta, Ferm. 189a11 . ni daon-
nacht a dhénamh acht diabhluidheacht, Mac Aingil 363.18 .

díabolacdacht n(díabolacdae) devilry, necromancy: ra-chuaid
60i mmunigin a druidechta ┐ a díabolacdachta, LL 222a20
( TTr. 362 ).

díabolacdae adj io,iā (2 díabul) diabolical: rahacallait a ndei
diabolacdai ┐ a n-ana ┐ a n-arrachta, LL 219b10 ( TTr. 175 ).
See díablacda.

65 1 díabul (débol, LL 324d2 ) I adj o, ā double, twofold: peccad d. ¤ ,
Ml. 97d10 . a buith ar chonsain diabuil, Sg. 8a6 . cid diabal fod
foirge, Laws iv 18 , 19 . aithgin co d. ¤ , ii 196.9 (adv. ?).
Compds. ¤ buar: diabulbhúar .i. ba ┐ eillti `double cattle,
cows and does
', Cóir Anm. 26 . ¤ chorach name of a class of
70 lawyer: oenberach ┐ diabalcorach ┐ coingeltaid .iii. mbreth,
O'Dav. 559 . airecht fodesin, is a suidhi bīt brethemain . . .
naiscaire nodonaisc . . . diabolcorach nodofille . . . (in a
description of the five kinds of assembly), ZCP xii 360 . créd
in deochair atá edir an aenberach ┐ an díabulchorach. Ní
75fuil dethbir eturru acht mur so .i. ainm remtheachtach
roleanustar é no atá aca leanmain .i. aenberach do rada ris
anosa ┐ diabulcorach é chena, H. 3.18, 644a . ¤ gae double spear:
diabalgai .i. gai diabalta, Cóir Anm. 288 . débolgae, LL 324d2 .
¤ náma twofold enemy (?): áit i comraicfét diabolnámait .i.
80focicherthar insin Bruidin co fá thri ┐ dofoicherthar eisse co
fá thri, BDD § 81 . In n.pr.: cummair Diabulban m. Conglais,
Rawl. 128a41 . c. Diabulbane, ib. Hui Diabulbaine, ib. =
cumar Diabalmuine, Lec. 425a40 . In n.loc. rī Diaballaigen,
Cáin Ad. § 28 . co Diabul nArd, TBC 4790 = co Debul
85Ardda, TBC² 3018 .
Cf. Diabul Múscraige, Ériu vi 149.80 .
II As subst. o(?), n. double quantity or number, doubling:
a diabul .i. a ḟilliud, LU 419 . cin diabal tot[h]gusa, Laws i
46.21 . diabul n-aithgena double the restitution, ii 306 . diabol
n-airech désa, Críth Gabl. 257 . diabal taurchrecce, 106 .
5 nech cuilles aini . . . pendid diabul na aine dara hesi, Ériu vii
146 . adrén diabul .i. mīl i mmuin alaili `he pays double, that is,
a beast in addition to the other
' (duplum restituet, Exod. xxii
4 ), Ériu vii 154 .
In prosody metrical device of doubling, repeating a word
10( Auraic. 1796 , 2091 , 2169 ): a diabul:—águr águr iar céin
[chéin] beith | i péin péin, ní sīd sīd, Auraic. 5321 . LU 419.
(pref. to ACC). See díablad.