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díaisnéithe, díasnéte adj io,iā = díaisndíse: a Dé diaisneithe,
Hib. Min. 42.29 . cumachta díasnéte in chomded (diasnethi,
v.l.), FA 12 . co cuala briathra diasnéte na n-aingel, 2 . lubra
tromm dhiassneti, PH 373 . o thodern[um]aib diaisnetib, 5933 .
fo smacht ┐ fo geilsini díasneti, Cog. 48.10 . co failti diai-
5sneidthe, YBL 166ax . is diasneti farsinge ┐ lethet na flatha
nemda, LU 2477 ( RC iv 256 ); cf. as diaisneíd a ffuair . . . do
ghaibhthibh, FM v 1662 . Cf. doaisnéithe.

díaistir ind(astar): sí aimhrēidh clochach diaistir (of a road),
Fl. Earls 90.28 .

10 díaithgena ind (aithgin): gnīm diaithgena `a deed not entailing
restitution
', Laws iii 110 = di-aithgina, v 142.20 Comm.
gnim diaithgin, O'C. 524 (H. 3,18, 262-3). tir di-aithgina,
Laws v 222.3 .

díaitrib adj(1 dí + ait(t)reb) uninhabited: isin tír diaitrib, O'Don.
15 678 ( H. 3.17 496b ) (gl. a ndithrib).

dialectic n i (Lat. loan-word) dialectics: fellsube et d. ¤ (inani-
loquia), Wb. 30b11 .

díall, dell, n o,n. later m.? vn. of do-ella. díall deall (rit) m.,
IGT Decl. § 95 . Verbs § 80 . n s. issed a ndiall n-inmedónach,
20 Sg. 158b6 . a s. diall, 4b2 , 5 . g s. diil, 91b4 ; 104b1 . d s. diull,
90b2 . diul, 97b1 . d p. díllib, 106b17 .
(a) swerving, turning aside: gl. deuiatio, Ml. 119b9 . diverti-
culum, Sg. 53b3 . diall .i. diultad, O'Dav. 729 . intan benair
clucíne prainntige . . . na brat[h]air cen fodruib cen tairisium
25cen diall dar oir, LB 261bz . Cf. is mór in rodial doratus forsna
focclusa anuas, RC xx 418 (ACC Comm.).
(b) going astray, moral aberration: iar tarmthecht dún is
iar ṅdial (spoken by Eve), SR 1559 . diall fri coibdelaig (.i.
siair no ingein) sinning with a kinswoman, LB 10bw ( RIA
30Trans. xxiv 208 ). maircc taircebai ind aimsir a mbia . . .
lanamhnus cuiliuch, diall fri coibdilcha, ZCP ix 168 = diall
for coibdelcho, YBL 410b3 .
(c) With FRI (RE, LE) act of resembling: o ṡhunn roalt comba
trén | diall fri claind mac nIsrahél, SR 3710 (= gach med no
35erghedh ┐ no foirbredh ba cosmaile sa cosmaile fri maccu
Israhel he, YBL 288b1 , LB 117a27 ). is diall réd duthchusaib
dilsi bodesin duitsiu . . . na hairrdhena sin d'ḟír-adhradh,
MR 302 . dá dhúil gan diall ré chéile, Dán Dé xxviii 38 . trén-
damna ag diall re duthaig strong princes taking after kind,
40 Hy Fiachr. 268 . clann nDubhgaill ag diall le seabhcoibh,
C iv 1, 180b . By extension semblance, similitude: nír cumhain
diall ré a ndeinmne | cliar Uladh fa Athairne, 3 C 12, 229
(c. 1572). With DO: ag d. ¤ don diabhal, Desid. 3826 .
(d) With FRI (RE, LE) inclining to, taking part in, cleaving
45to (?): idir éasga is ghaoith is ghréin . . . | ag diall ruibh, a rí
Garmna, TD 21.43 . Féilim Ruagh goibhneoír na ngal | caor
bhruithneadh cheardcha ccosgar; | láoch do thairg díall re
a ndocruibh | búdh mairg chían a cConnachduibh, C iv 1,
177b (c. 1645). síol mBriain . . . | ag díall lé háitibh oile | nár
50áitigh Brían Bóroimhe, A iv 3, 704 .
(e) declension (gramm.): iar ṅdiul tanisiu according to the
second declension
, Sg. 97b1 . aínsid cetni diil the accusative of
the first declension
, 91b4 . Auraic. 783 , 1918 .
Compd. ¤ choimse: crann . . . ler dhoilghe diallchoimse
55 incomparable (?), L. Chl. A. Buidhe 149.108 .

? diallaib: ind scréoin ┐ sceinmnig, diallaib ┐ dásacht, TBC 3824 .

díallaid v(díall) turns (to or from), bends, reaches .
(a) diallait for biad in talman (of birds) `swoop down upon
the food of the earth
' ( PRIA xxxvi 155 ), SR 8128 . ra thrian
60cach múir . . . reil radiall sech araile, 428 (i.e. each wall (after
the first) exceeded the height of the preceding one by a third.
Cf. MacCarthy 40 ). rodiallat nad astat `they turn aside what
they do not secure
' (?), Tec. Corm. p. 32 .
(b) stoops to, submits to (?): cor diallsad fir Alban do R.
65comba righ Erenn ┐ Alban, Misc. Celt. Soc. 60.7 . Fig. drem
dár diall cādus is cáin, Hy Fiachr. 266.9 .
(c) d. ¤ fri (re) resembles, imitates: a cheann fri Nár rodhiall,
Cóir Anm. 105 . ni re muindtir bur mathar dialtaisi, ZCP xi
40 . na neiche suaichinte risar diall ┐ risar delb-cosmailigiustar
70D. i reamthus na rigraide reme, MR 118 . ris do dhiall E.
idir chorp ┐ anam, 3 C 12, 202 . cumann deise do dhiall ruinn
affection of a pair in like case with us, Dánta Gr. 86.22 . dá
sgél do dhial re doghraing two tales that smacked of woe, O'Gr.
Cat. 400 (`two losses making for grievous sorrow').
75(d) d. ¤ fri (re) joins with, cleaves to (?), cf. díall (d): cid re
cloinn Fiachach diallaid ni dīb dōib (sic leg.), Ir. Popl.
Groups § 95 ( PRIA xxix C p. 91 ); cf. ZCP viii 112 .
(e) Note also: glantar scíath E. uais | nir diall ēceandāil dā
ēis, ZCP viii 229 (perh. to be referred to díall). See also
80 1 do-ella.

díallait, díallaít n(cf. díllat?) saddle: dorinde falafroigh . . . ┐
doroine díallait órdha co n-ilbrecaibh óir ┐ leg loghmar dont
ṡrathar, Im. Brain 68.21 . cuiridh díalláoid dhamh ar assal,
1 Kings xiii 13 . ar ndialluitighe ar srianta ┐ ar spuir, PCT
85 1496 .

díalt, dealt n u and o, n. n s. dealt, Arch. i 160 . dialt n-etar-
léime, Auraic. 1802 . g s. dialta, Lec. 314 . diailt, Corm. Y 447 .
d s. Auraic. 1953 , 5362 ? n pl. dealt, dialt, Corm. Y 447 .
dialta, ib. diailt, ib. IT iii 7.6 . g pl. dialt, IT iii 10.12 . Ana-
lysed by the early glossators as dí-alt jointless , Auraic. 1417 .
5 Corm. Y 447 .
Syllable, monosyllabic word: comrac didiu diailt fri dialt,
is ē deach is laigem (sic leg.) the joining of one monosyllable
with one other, that is the smallest verse-foot
, Corm. Y 447 .
recomarc . . . .i. dialt fri dialt, ut est Corb-mac, ib. it choic
10dialta fuilet a cloīnrē, amail rongab fianamailechar, ib. nach
son oencongbalach do-chuissin is dealt a deach, Arch. i 160 .
fer . . . dialt a diach .i. son oencongbalach cen alt etir, Auraic.
1534 . fer-dialt masculine monosyllable , Auraic. 1828 . deim-
dialt neuter monosyllable , 1858 .
15 d. ¤ n-etarléime (a) unstressed syllable (prep. or particle) pre-
ceding a stressed word:
e, es . . . sech fer a d. ¤ n-e. e, es . . . sech
fer is the d. ¤ n-e.of fer, Auraic. 1803 . (b) More precisely, in
prosody an unstressed monosyllabic word separating two
alliterating words, explained as: remshuidigud óenshillaibe
20eter da chomfhuaim fhidraid, Auraic. 5362 . d. ¤ degléime, 2140 .