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85 díbell I As adj. worn out, old: d. ¤ .i. ni inbrithe in bello . . . d. ¤
sin .i. roscaich aire, O'Mulc. 311 . dibel .i. dimeltae .i. nī buithe
in bello , 300 . dibeall .i. sean nó aosta, O'Cl. do senorcaib
crinaib dibeldaib, BB 496b20 . in manach noibell (leg. n-
dibell?) n-dermitnech, Aisl. MC 105.9 .
II As subst. debility, feebleness; ruin, debris (?): in sean co
5nd. ¤ a ruisc, Corm. p. 23(s.v. gluss). dibill muilind the ruin of
a mill
(?), Laws iv 142.27 . ? go n-deárnadar díbheal dian-
bhrúite don churadh a crushed wreck (?), GJ ii 37a = Atlantis
iv 172.40 .
Compd. airegdu in t-ōc co ndagrusc oldās in sen co ndī-
10belrusc, Corm. Y 689 .

díbelta adj(díbell) worn out, decrepit: cosun sen d. ¤ (corrected from
debelta) gl. ad decrepitum senem, Enchir. Aug. 85a ( ZCP vii 485 ).

dí-ben xsee 1 do-ben.

díbeó adj(dí + beó) inanimate, neuter: dibeo insci, Auraic. 583 .

15 díbeóil adj(bél) speechless, dumb: d. ¤ .i. balbh, O'Cl. O'Cl. Met. Gl.
21 § 72 . dibeól .i. cin urlabra, H. 3.18, 68b , 634d cited Met.
Gl. 66 . dibel .i. cen beula, O'Mulc. 300 . dibidul .i. balb
(error for d. ¤ ?), Stowe Gl. 95 . siris dom d. ¤ .i. srethnaighi[d]
. . . in linn do urlabra do neoch, O'Dav. 666 . tri feda
20Átha Lúain .i. Brón ┐ Dubai ┐ Daur D. ¤ , Eg. 1782, 52a1 .

díberg n ā,f. (dí + bergg). díbhearg f., IGT Decl. § 12 . (a)
marauding, freebooting, pillaging: ní bái guin ná d. ¤ frisin ré
sin, IT iii 185 . cor rálat a ndíbeirg for firu Alpan, BDD § 21 .
iar cor dibergi, Arch. iii 225.15 . oc milled ┐ oc dibeirg na
25crích, 224.16 . ag deanamh dibhfeirge, Death-tales 40.19 . an
tigerna ar a ndernsam fogal ┐ dibercc, RC xiv 32 . gan foghail
┐ dimferg . . . ar naimhdibh Diabuil, 24 . a haithle ḟogla ┐
díbeirge ar Tuaith dé D., Acall. 7093 . díchur allmarach gada
┐ dibfeirge ó Eirinn, SG 258 . lucht dibeirge, Cog. 136 . barc
30dibeirgi a pirate vessel , Todd Nenn. 144 . fo díbeirg engaged in
marauding, on a foray , Met. Dinds. iii 314 . boi Coirpre for
dibeirg, Arch. iii 225 ; 224.19 . ro bui ar fhogail ┐ for dibeircc,
BNnÉ 315 . nó co ndechadur . . . ar foghail ┐ ar dibeirg ar
Fhind, Acall. 6726 . i mbáttar for díbeircc do choicceadh
35Chondacht (`those of the province of C. who were in insurrection',
O'Don. Rather in guerilla warfare), FM vi 1972 . battar . . . a
ndibhéircc ┐ acc foghail for ghallaibh, v 1746.9 . Semus . . . do
dhol do dhruim a dibheircce d'iarraidh creiche, v 1726 . In
concrete sense act of brigandage, raid, foray: Tommaltach mac
40Dunechda na ndiberg, LL 183b55 (possibly in sense (c) or
(d)?). rogabsat diberga ┐ druidechta, RC xv 488 . i ndibeircc
oidhche in a nocturnal raid, FM v 1268 .
Those engaged in `díberg' seem in early times to have been
regarded as outside the pale of Christianity and in league
45with evil powers: tyrannidem . . . exercebat, signa sumens
nequissima crudelitatis (with gl. diberca written above signa
in MS.), Trip. ii 286 = Thes. ii 45 (a passage misunderstood
by Colgan, Tertia Vita 73 : sumpsit . . . signa diabolica super
capita, id est Diberch). qui votum pessimum vovit, scilicet
50dibherc, RC x 385 (quoted from Acta SS. Hib.). díbergg .i.
di-bi-arg .i. ni la laochacht adrīmt[h]er ut arg fiann, ar ní bí
i cōir laochachtae diultad Dé ┐ giallnae Demuin, O'Mulc. 309 .
(b) band of marauders: cethri fichit déc fo churp a ndíbergae,
BDD § 42 . ticed . . . hi comdáil na díbergge, LL 164 marg.
55sup. ( Fianaig. p. xxvi ). ? la díbirg n-omnaig nInciúil, LL
131b46 .
(c) marauder, riever, pirate: gabaid glés n-imberta a arm
forsna diberga, BDD § 143 . nochóraigdis na fianna ┐ na
dibercae immalle, Ériu iv 124 . a donda, a diberga, 148 .
60 ó danaraib ┐ ó dibergaib, Cog. 56 . dorochair i mBruigin da
Dearg lá díbheargaibh, FM i 90 . Hence n.pr. m., Dubdibergg,
AU 702 . gen. Duibdiberg, LL 183b56 .
(d) strife, vengeance, wrath (a later meaning prob. due to
association with ferg anger): dibhfeirg ` revenge ', O'Don.
65Gramm. dibhfeirg equated with fíach, cuthach, buile, Eg. Gl.
330.20 . do-ní dídean do'n duine ar díbheirg Dé do thuil-
leamh, TSh. 700 . gríosaidh intinn an fheargaigh lé ní sa mhó
do dhíbhfeirg do dhéanamh, 4544 . mar dibhfeirg chum na
hEagluise tré bheith ag a smachtughadh in a n-olcaibh (of
70secession of Luther and Calvin), Eochairsg. 22.26 . ga duaib-
sech díbhfeirge the dire avenging javelin, Keat. iii 2020 .
imeglaigit borrfadh ┐ dīberg an impire, Fl. Earls 118.z .
ionnus go lasaidh mo dhibhfhearg na naghuidh, Exod. xxxii
10 . a ló na dibhfeirge, Hebrews iii 8 . cráidhfidh Sé iad iona
75dibhfheirg, Ps. ii 5 . maith is saith dúsgadh díbhearg `both
good and ill is the awakening of quarrels
', Studies 1921, 588.1 .
d'éis ar ndíbheirge is teó ar ttoil | breó ar bfírfheirge ros
fuaraigh `after our quarrel our affection is warmer', 589.5 .
(e) injury, destruction (?), punishment: ód chonnairc rígh
80Uladh . . . dibhfhearg a ghona ar a dheagh-dhaoinibh, ML 86 .
tuc daingean an chreasa d'urslaighi an aladh tar diberg
gabaidh na gona, MR 286.12 . fear aithne na n-uile cheard |
dom thréagadh truagh an díbhearg, DDána 101.38 . gé tá
míndeirge id ghnúis ghloin | ní i gcúis díbheirge deargthair,
85 57 . ifrionn ┐ dibhfheirg ní bhíd choidhche lán (hell and
destruction
. . .), Prov. xxvii 20 .