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Dían Cécht n.pr. m. of the physician of the Tuatha dé
Danann: in slánicid . . . dian cecht, Thes. ii 249(Inc. Sg.).
80 Diancēcht .i. ainm do shuíd leigis Erend .i. dia na cēcht .i.
na cumachta, Corm. Y 446 (see O'Rahilly, Early Ir. Hist. and
Myth. 472 - 3 etc.). is ass tuc Diancecht cach lus n-íce (i.e.
Lusmag), Dinds. § 108 ( RC xvi 59 ). Dīen-cecht an liaigh, xii
58 . ba holc lia Dien-cecht an freapaid sin, 68 . bretha Dian-
85cecht o leigibh, IT iii 187 . do reir Diancecht cainbrethaig,
362.3 . bás hui Diancecht, MacCarthy 154 . Luch mac Ciein
meic Diencecht, RC xii 74 . mac Déinchecht, LL 9a43 . mac
Dein cecht, 10a48 . ingen Déinchecht, 10a33 . bretha Den-
checht, Laws i 18.27 .

Díanchride pnsee 1 dían.

5 díand(id) xsee is (copula).

díanechtair (prep. de + an + echtair) adv. of place from the
outside, from without, outside: ardmius for in slúag d. ¤ judging
the host from the outside
, LL 221a21 ( TTr. 291 ). flaith congbāla
co slūagaib d. ¤ , ZCP xi 86 § 45 . tuilled noibscreptra d. ¤ to add
10to holy Scripture from without
, Hib. Min. 409 . Opposed to
i mmedón within: ni d. ¤ acht isin tsaltair immedon, 149 . fo
cosmailis nacha catrach tonimcella oen mur d. ¤ ┐ iltegdaisi
i medon indde, 220 . As prep. with gen.: d. ¤ in tshlóig sin
outside that host, Alex. 472 . dianechtar chatha outside the
15battalion
, 243 .

Díanfich n.pr. f. of one of the wives of Parrthalon , Lec.
545a49 .

Díangal n.pr. m. (?), BB 145a14 . gen. Diangaili, 158a11 .
Díanghaile, 175b48 . Diangaile, Rawl. 160b36 .

20 Díangalach n.pr. o, m., BB 159b26 . gen. Diangalaich m.
Dianchon, 87a46 . m. Diangalaigh, 159b31 . Fert Diangalaig
draí sin, Acall. 5089 .

Díangus n.pr. u, m. (1 dían + gus) dá mac Sgōrāin .i. Dáolgus
┐ Díanghus, Fianaig. 64 . D. ¤ , MR 292.2 . gen. mic Odrain mic
25 Diangusa , Rawl. 119b8 . mac Diangusa, LL 312b13 . mic
Diangosa, BB 76b8 . m. Diangosa m. Crundmail, Lec. 209d1 .

díanid xsee is (copula).

díanim xsee díainim.

díanta adj(anad) admitting of no stay: is dianta aoi eclasa, O'Don.
30 540 ( H. 3.17 433 ) = O'C. 1269 ( H. 3.18 514 ).

diapsalma n(Lat. loan-word) diapsalm (used where Hebrew
Selah occurs in psalms); musical pause: is hed immorru
aspeir Augustin d. ¤ interuallum uel in psallento, Hib. Min.
295 . is do suidigthir anni is d. ¤ do etarscarath neich adroco-
35mallnad tria mierlegend, 306 . oc cetul a shalm . . . for
diapsalmaib ┐ sinsalmaib, Aisl. MC 13 . diabsalma, Hib. Min.
302 . Ml. 2c2 .

díáraig adj(árach) legal one who cannot be (is not) bound: for cach
diaraig, ZCP xiii 21.z . `Ungebunden', Bürgschaft 9 . dicanta
40cach diaruid, diaruid cach difasuid, O'Don. 2214 ( Nero A vii
147b ). dul ar d. ¤ to go security for one who is d. ¤ (a thing pro-
hibited), Triads 235 . ar diaraigh .i. gan árus no coimhnaidhe
aige: ar dhiaraigh .i. nach feidir árach air, p. 43 .

díardaín nAlso derdaín (mod. Ir. contamination of dardáin,
45 q.v., and dia (dé) dardáin?) Thursday: Diardain deasgabala
Ascension Thursday , Lib. Fl. ii 39va20 . diardaein mandal
Maundy Thursday , 25vby . derdain mandal, 39va7 .

díardain adjAlso diartain. (dí + ordan, Stories from the Táin,
Gloss.) I Subst. anger, fierceness, contempt (?): cani seter latsu
50mo shnadudh airi (viz. against Cú Ch.)? or E. Seiter dino,
ol F., acht namā ni tarta a rād fri dīartain (dīardain, LU),
TBC² 1152 . coich cét cenn fri diartain tinn, SR 885 . co
feirg ┐ diardan, H. 3.18, 553a . d. ¤ .i. fearg no gairbhe, O'Cl.
II Adj. angry, fierce, rough: d. ¤ cach díscir, Arch. iii 228 .
55 gilla diardaind (: Liathdruim), AU 928 . ní lēim n[d]iartain
(: fiaccail), Anecd. i 70 § 180 . golais iarom ba torm diartain,
59 § 75 . nangt[h]a .i. andsa nó d. ¤ , O'Mulc. 832 . fear d. ¤ .i.
fear garbh no feargach, O'Cl.

Díarmait n.pr. m. (dí + format). See Wortk. 155 . (a) Diar-
60mait , usual form in LL and Rawl., common also in BB, Lec.
TBC² 2115 , CRR § 46 , etc. Diarmuit, Thes. ii 241 (Ardm.). do
Diarmait , 287 (inscr.) Latinized Diarmitius , AU 813 . Dior-
mitius , Thes. ii 275 , 278 (Adam. V. Col.). ib. p. xxii ( Sg. 223a ).
Diarmaid, commoner in BB and Lec. Diarmoit, LL 395b33 .
65 BB 57a15 . Diermait, AU 847 . Diairmit (: imairic), SG 399.8 .
gen. filius Diarmato , AU 572 . ZCP iii 204 = LU 9590 .
Diarmata, AU 557 . Thes. ii 295 (SP v). LL 12a39 . Rawl.
92e20 . Diarmada, Hy Fiachr. 100 (usual later form). Diar-
moda, AU 723 . Diarmuda, LL 395b26 . Diarmaida, BB 98f3 .
70 Diarmeda, BB 219g49 .
(b) Dermait (not orig. form, see Ó Máille Lang. of AU
71 - 72 , but fairly common in O. and Mid. Ir.): AU 777. 952 .
Rawl. 156a13 . Trip. 72 . Thes. ii 305 ( Hy. i 5 Comm. ).
Latinized Dermitius , Thes. ii 273 , 274 (Adam. V. Col.). gen.
75 Dermato, AU 703 . Dermata, AU 869 . LL 133a20 . Rawl.
156a6 . Dermada, Lec. 248b15 .

díarpat ind .i. leigis, H. 3.18, 652 .

díarria n(Lat. loan-word) diarrhoea: diarrhia, 3 C 19, 111 ra10 .
o flux bronn maille le sgeatrach no le dierria, 23 P 10, 107.16 .
80 diarria, 23 K 42, 364.22 . diairhéa, 24 P 3, 101.15 .

? díartaig: ind forachtaib fine .i. is for diartaigh ata a tabairt isin
fine, O'C. 2242 ( Eg. 88, 17 (18)d ). nocha do comall diartaighi
Dé doniat sum sin, 2529 (44 (45)a).

1 días n ā,f. n s. in días , Wb. 13c21 . diass, 24 . dias, LL 329a22 .
85 diäs (disyll.), Fél. Nov. 24 . dés, Lec. 422a8 . Misc. Celt. Soc.
366.z . Mod. días and déas. g s. désse, Wb. 13c21 . dési, LL
126b9 . a s. déiss (sic leg.), Mer. Uil. 244 . déis, LB 127a39 .
días, Ériu v 116. 40 . d s. déis, TBC 2368 . Ériu v 142 . n p.
diasa, LL 117b24 . g p. días, BDD § 65 . a p. díaso, Ériu ii
194 § 4 . d p. déasaib, MR 288 . diasaib, SG 247.36 . dessaib (?),
5 TBC 205 . déssaib?, LL 224bz . n du. dēis, ZCP v 24 § 5 . dēs,
YBL 170a22 . días dés (arbha) f., IGT Decl. § 39 .
I ear of corn: gl. spica, Ir. Gl. 35 . combi diass mor ind
oengránne, Wb. 13c23 . diass cruithnechte, 24 . cain dias diar
tuirim, Fél. Nov. 24 . diasa loiscthi (as food), LL 117b24 .
10 días ar dhéis crobhuing ar crobhuing, KMMisc. 168 . barr
días ┐ barr scoth ┐ barr messa, BDD § 65 . co nach faigbidis
dēis dar a n-esi isin connall, YBL 213a13 . samhail sin re déis
gan ghrán, O'Gr. Cat. 611 . bualadh . . . ar mhin-déasaibh
threshing small ears of corn, MR 288 . tangadur seacht ndiása
15arbha ar éan choinnlín, Gen. xli 5 . bheanfas sé na déusa,
Isa. xvii 5 . Transf. of shoot or fruit of palm tree: pailm a [n]gemred
. . . dá déis dēc lān-aipchi de frith a n-oirther Beithile,
ZCP v 24 § 5 . Fig. of persons: dés d' úir mhuighe Modhuirne
(of a woman), Misc. Celt. Soc. 366.z .
20 II Transf. point of a weapon (usually of a sword): ubh .i.
días chloidhimh, O'Cl. fo déis a claidib, BDD § 98 . tricha
traiged in[n]a claidiub ó dubde[i]s co iarndornd, § 87 . co
mbenad déiss (sic leg.) a chloidib fria muinél, Mer. Uil. 244 .
íarna timdibe do deis mo chloideb, TTr.² 762 . ropo días derg
25do días glan | i cath Odba (addressed to a sword), RC xx
11 § 11 . nin érlá acht atrullai di rennaib gai ┐ di ardessaib
(= ard-déssaib?) claideb, LL 224bz ( TTr. 564 ). lenaitt an
días don c[h]olcaid, BColm. 62.2 . do léig a ucht ar a dhéis go
ndeachaidh tríd, TSh. 2458 . re cealg na caoindéise, Ó Bruad.
30 iii 20 . Of a lance: slighe na déisi dallda (of Longinus), Arch.
Hib. i 99 § 14 . an com do chealg arm déise an daill, Ó Bruad.
ii 204 . Of a part of a weaver's beam (cf. claideb) (?): claideb
findruini ina láim deiss cona shecht n-aslib do dergór ina
dessaib, TBC 205 .
35Compds. ¤ fhada long-pointed: cloidhemh faobhrach dias-
fada, Rel. Celt. ii 262.19 . mín-bhláith . . . chlais-leathan . . .
dhiasfhada . . . chlaidhimh, ITS x 94 . ¤ glan of the clean ears
of corn. Fig. (of theology) free from tares or heretical doctrine:
suim a's dióghluim didheachta deusghloin, 23 G 24, 412 .