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díbad n o,m. (see Thurn. Gramm. § 728 ). I (a) destruction,
extinction, quenching: do d. ¤ tuath i traiti, SR 6769 . na dernai
40in firfhlaith . . . | ar nd. ¤ ar lándilgenn (Adam loq.), 1548 . dibud
(díbad, LB) soillsi .i. caindle, Corm. Y 827 . cen díth cen d. ¤ ,
FA § 35 . im d. ¤ a deirci for destroying his eye, MR 110.7 . fáthi
cen d. ¤ prophets without extinction, Hy. i 44 . d. ¤ ngua, SG 253.27 .
do dibad na tol collaide, PH 3541 . is si sualaich soerbad do
45dibuth inna ndualcha-sa, Ériu vii 138 . in tene cen dibad the
inextinguishable (?) fire
, LL 150a24 . atnaigit na sluaigh ac
dibud na tenteadh, Aen. 1182 . coraigis comlaidh . . . for in
tipraid dia d. ¤ (bádod, LL), BB 396b38 . do d. ¤ a gaile isin sruth
to quench his ardour, Dinds. 102 (RC xvi). iar ndíobadh á
50airm annsin when his weapons were destroyed, CRR² p. 72 .
cach nós co d. ¤ till it becomes extinct, Arch. iii 228 . dochuaid
a senchus a nd. ¤ ac na farrsaigib grecda, Lec. 536a4 . rath Eirenn
fo deired acco gan dibaid , Acall. 7839 (leg. dibad). dibada
(metri causa), Lec. 534b1 . do díobadh do mharbadh ┐ do
55sgrios cumhacht an phobail, Esther viii 18 . Note also: nár
sguab gaoth díobhadh (leg. as compd.?) a ttosach geimhre
oiread ar teasgadh d'foltaibh . . . do cheannaibh cura hurri-
cane
(?), CF 827 (Eg.). Attrib. g s. rodasbate plag dibaid |
dosrat fo cach tromdigail, SR 5279 .
60(b) dying without male issue: dligid cach gūbrethach
garsécli ┐ d. ¤ , ZCP xi 84 § 34h . leth norba an athar dia íngin
iar nd. ¤ , Laws iv 46.20 . dibath .i. adhbul-bás .i. iarsinní na
facuib nech dia éis, H. 3.18, 68 col. 3 (quoted Corm. Trans.
p. 61 ). ? As pred. Síl mBarrfhind is d. ¤ , Rawl. 129a11 ; cf.
65 LL 339b3 (= díbaid below?).
(c) Hence in wider sense becoming extinct, death, extinction:
fo dibath .i. maith a epiltiu, ACC 31 (RC xx). doiligh dío-
bhadh na géige sorrowful is the extinction of the branch (of a
family
), Keat. Poems 1097 . mac iar d. ¤ a athar, Rawl. 13a8 .
70 dibad ro dibastar in maithir the mother has died, Stud. in E.
Ir. Law 139.6 . iar ndibud na híngine, Laws iv 40.23 . d. ¤ a
uilc, RC xxxvii 349 § 80 . tuc dilgudh damh ria ndibhud iter
daoinibh, § 85 . diobhadh .i. bás, O'Cl. d. ¤ ar búaib bái ria lind,
Met. Dinds. iii 42 . is airi adberthai Breasal Bodibad ris .i. d. ¤
75ar buaib bai na remis, Lec. 587b23 . See bó-díbad. bech-
díbaid mortality of bees , AU 950 .
II Property of a deceased person; inheritance, legacy (see
Laws Gl. and Stud. in E. Ir. Law 181 ): is amlaid raindfidir
cach d. ¤ co brath .i. trian don eclais ┐ trian don fhlaith ┐ trian
80don fhine, YBL 123a21 . cinnas no roinnfitis chrao ┐ d. ¤ . . .
roinn crói ┐ dībaid, Ériu i 214 . nocha beir ind fingalach d. ¤ ,
126 . roinn fodeiligtir in d. ¤ itir na teora fine, Laws iv 42.13 .
trian dibaid ┐ ceandathe na marb, iii 28.z . is rig ┐ eclas ┐
fine a neiric ┐ a nd. ¤ (of lunatics united in wedlock) their eric
85and effects go to the king
. . ., ii 406 . ferann dibaid, O'Don.
2405 ( Rawl. B 506, 51b ). tir dibaid inherited land , Cóic Con.
Fug. 42 § 65 . ate rogabsat d. ¤ a nErna Muman, Ériu vi 137.98 .
ba dibad for dubach it was (leaving) an inheritance to a glum
man
, Aisl. MC 71.24 . ic roind in fhuidb ┐ in díbaid Persecda,
Alex. 377 . Hence in general sense assets: ní rir macc Dē ar d. ¤
5(.i. ar indbas), Hy. v 6 . nī chiūir ní cossēna ind nóeb d. ¤ bethad
cé (.i. indbas), 22 . ` land, immovable property, a legacy ',
O'Don. Suppl. ? Cf. an tres gan diobhaidh abb Comhghaill
(`without reproach'), FM ii 962.13 .
III As n.pr. m. gen. tri meic Dibaid meic Doirci, Dinds.
10 § 18 (RC xv). Carmun ben maic Díbaid déin, Met. Dinds. iii
4.25 .
Compd. ¤ chéimm death-step: fri cach n-anmain dia roir
Día a dibadceim isind adbai n-iffernaidi, Ériu ii 142 § 158 .

1 díbaid adj indecl. (g s. of díbad?) having no male issue: da mac
15déc Aeda d. ¤ uile acht ochtur, LL 317a21 . d. ¤ indí sin iarum,
311b59 . d. ¤ iadsidhein acht cethrar, Hy Maine 28 . d. ¤ Cormac
acht aon inghen, Hy Fiachr. 62 . Tadg Camm diobhaigh,
acht aoin inghean for-fhágaibh, 80 . Amhalgoidh mac Fiach-
rach . . . diobaidh, FM i 140 . deceased, dead (?): Aodh Iarla
20Tíre Eoghain diobaidh isin Sbáin a quo mac Seain Iarla Tíre
Eoghain, ITS xv 58.24 .

2 díbaid v(cf. do-ba, díbaigid). I Intrans. becomes extinct, dies
out, perishes: ? mad si gelfine ro-diba ann, Cóic Con. Fug.
44 § 70 . is ann díbait na ceithre fine, Laws iv 292 Comm.
25 in meit rodibastar dia tochus fell away, 58 .
II Trans. destroys, annihilates, extinguishes: rodibad i cath
Muigi Mucroma in cland sin acht beag, Lec. 406b16 . ní derna
de ect ni nodíbad cuil as much as would destroy a fly, LB
239a64 (ACC Comm. cf. ACC § 105, RC xx). resdibadar
30Romanaig imm a miltneach, Todd Nenn. 172 . rodíbad
sochaide impu, Alex. 379 . prap tharraid Nearba in cis cain |
. . . intan rodibad co dian | is and rorigad Troian (of Emperor
Nerva), Lec. 80b4 . o rodiobait ┐ o ro diothlaithrighitt T. de
D. is na cathaibh, Leb. Gab. 270.9 . Cf. Corm. Y 486 . an
35meid na ro díobhait d' iarsma o Ffailge, FM v 1736 . nír dí-
badh soillsi sin aidhci dóibh, SG 21.30 . trenar dibtha mes,
AU iii 594 . guro dibastair in tenid uili, Aen. 1186 . rodibsatar
a tente they have extinguished their fires, 2080 . gur baidh ┐ gur
dibustar inn uamun . . . robai ina menmain, CCath. 5028 .
40? Vbl. of necess. co sollsi nem-díbaide (= díbaithe) to the
unextinguishable brilliance
, Todd Lect. vi 66 .

díbaide adj io,iā (cf. díbad) extinct, leaving no male issue: d. ¤ ind
fhian Eogan Cian is Chormac, LL 146a13 . Eochaid Oirfhine
┐ Eochaid Dimona dibaidi, Lec. 406b15 . secht maic Ronain
45. . . dibaidi iadsen genmota aen-mac, 142b22 . dibaidi uili i
cath Muccrima, Rawl. 147b42 . See díbdaide.

díbaigid v(díbad. The stem díbaid- may, however, be that of
a mid. Ir. verb based on do-bádi). I Trans. extinguishes,
annihilates, destroys: cinnus díbaigter sib ar Fionn, SG
50 198.14 . ro dibaigthea uile sin acht in t-ochtur ar fichit sea,
Acall. 5084 . mór ségaind rodíbaigthea and, Alex. 136 .
dibhaigit drong daigfer . . . la Bresal, LL 385b51 . is fisid gu
ngallruigther in tenga ┐ gu ndibaidter in urlabra tre mair-
bidain, 24 B 3, 57.19 . rodibaidh a nert ┐ bridha, D iv 2,
55 72va15 . diobaidh tall a thuistidhe he destroyed his parents,
Leb. Gab. 36.8 . Part. bídís claoidhte ┐ díoghbháite (= con-
fundantur et deficiant . . .), Ps. lxxi 13 .
II Intrans. perishes, dissolves: dibugad rodibaighi in maithir,
┐ ní fuilit míc acht íngeana nama, Laws iv 40.14 = dibad ro
60dibastar, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 139.6 . rodibaid cland Erimon,
Lec. 128a34 ; 566b37 . is becc nār díbaidh uile a Hērinn in
scēl sin, Arch. iii 4.12 . fichi mac . . . do diobhuidh don druing,
LL 394.3 . dioghbhaithfidh an fíaghnuise bhréagach the false
witness shall perish
, Prov. xxi 28 . díoghbháidhfidh an mhéid
65throidfios riot, Isa. xli 11 . mil arna berbad no gu diubaidi si
till it dissolves, 23 P 10³, 12a40 . Vn. díbugud.

-díbairg xsee do-bidci.

? dibairnig: ind ni dibairnigh im dolaig | in sil rosilaigh Neimeadh,
BB 28b31 .

70 díbairsiu n n,f. (*dí-brenn? Cf. do-bruinn) act of gushing,
flowing; drop: tiprata ┐ aibne nat chumsantais do d. ¤ (sic leg.),
Tenga B. § 2 ( Ériu ii 98 ). braich . . . tri lá for dibuirsin
dripping (of malt after being steeped), Laws ii 240.19 ( ZCP
xiv 348.7 ). dobertsom for a hingin in dibúrsin mbic sin she
75put this little driblet on her nail
, Mon. Tall. 150.38 . See
teipersiu.

? dibairt: ind is e in tor (tur?) delbach tor in find-eó flann gona
frisgaed is in (ni?) gai dibairt ai, YBL 191a47 (cf. BB 266b51 ).

díbál xsee dígbál.

80 ? diballa: ind donndos droigin fo dub-arnib d. ¤ , Dinds. 21 (RC xv).

? diballach: ind is d. ¤ in chuitechta, O'Dav. 619 .

díbartach xsee díbertach.

dibarthach adj(= prec.?): is fearr maoidhach na diobarthach
(prov.), Rel. Celt. i 159.77 .

85 ? dibbrit: ind in d. ¤ gl. in negotio, Thes. ii 38 .

Dibchene n.pr. io, m. (length of e uncertain). Also Dibchen,
Dibchine, Dibgene, Dibechene. nom. Dibc[h]ē̆ine mac Fileth,
Cáin Ad. 28 (p. 18) . mic Drochini a quo Dibchine, Rawl.
151b25 . mac Droichin de quo Dibcheni, Lec. 414b23 . Dib-
chene, 419c21 . gen. filii Dibcheini , AU 710 . Dibchene, Lec.
5 414b50 . Dibhcein , BB 177c32 . Dibchine, Rawl. 151b29 .
Dibcheni, LL 317c35 . Dibcene, BB 134a17 . m. Dibcein ,
191a45 . m. Dibcen , 190b45 . mic Dibchen (as grandson of
Caelbaile), Lec. 419b11 . ? As epithet: mic Aeda Dibcine mic
Senaig, BB 125b17 . mic Aeda Dibchene mic Senaich, Rawl.
10 125a14 . mic Aodha Dibchene, LL 392d2 . mic Aodha Dibe-
chene, 392cz . m. Aeda dibchein m. Seanaigh, Lec. 211d33 .
m. Aeda dibgene m. Senaig, 211c40 .