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1 díchell n ā,f. and o,m. (g s. dichle, Laws iv 60.21 . dichill,
BNnÉ 287 ). Vn. of do-cíallathar. See IGT Verbs § 54 .
Rhyming exx.: díchill (: rīchith), Thes. ii 257 . díchill (: ríchid),
55 Hy. v 105 . dīchil (: rīchid), LL 374c38 .
In Laws Comm. associated with do-ceil and in official edition
translated `concealment'. The meanings act of forgetting, pass-
ing over, neglecting; negligence, remissness would appear to
suit all the examples (see Stud. in E. Ir. Law 23 ). In Laws
60 act of passing over legatees, payees, etc. with legal claims: ni
cuirethar nech ni secha fine; ar ni forngaire De dō dichell na
fine no one bequeaths anything past his `fine'; for it is not the
commandment of God to pass over his `fine'
, Ir. Recht 33 § 35 .
ni tualain[g] reicce . . . acht tabairt bes techta d'oen a cenn
65cocur cen dichill `ohne Vernachlassigung', 35 § 38 . cach cunn-
rad cen dichell, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 19.7 , see pp. 23-24 . cach
dichell nad bi diles, Laws iii 50 . mad ar dicheall an athar
(.i. mad ar fath dichle inn athar), iv 60.11 ; cf. iii 474 . forcetal
cen dichell . . . on aite for in dalta `to instruct him without
70reserve
', ii 348 = f. gan dicleith, v 96 . Arch. iii 227.43 .
Laws i 268.1 .
In general neglect, negligence, remissness: doghnísiomh a
faoíside gan nach ndichioll, FM vi 2218 . fail dí chaillig
i r-richid | nicosn-águr dom díchill (dichil, v.l.) who I do not
75fear will neglect me
, Hy. v 105 . daer cach dicell (.i. a facbail
amuigh cin coimed `to leave them (i.e. cattle) outside without a
guard
'), Laws ii 2 . dichceall cach n-eislis `every act of neglect
is a fault
', i 264 (.i. is drochciall don ti doní ailsi lesa, 286.33 ).
ná bíd dicell occaibh festa `have no neglect', CCath. 5484 . ní
80roibhe dícheall dóibh sin ac dimhicin Molaisi `they neglected
nothing in the way of belittling M.
' (cf. ni d. ¤ daeib se ye are in
no way negligent
, BCC § 120 ), SG 31.6 . cin tāide, cin elcuin,
cin dicill `without neglect', Laws v 136 . is inann in d. ¤ sin ┐
dermad, O'C. 282 ( H. 3.18 151 ). alt cen dichill (: rīchith),
85 Thes. ii 257(Book of Durrow). dogníat trócaire cen dichill,
FA 27 . ro damnad a forcetul cen díchill (dichell, Eg.), FB
§ 30 . adbert in drai cen d. ¤ (dichell, dithiull, v.l.), Met. Dinds.
iii 62 . cen nach ndichil (: richid), 380 . dobertha do greimm
catha gan díchill, TBC 5943 . regmi cen nach díchiul (dichil,
dichel, v.l.) | cech ndíriuch don blíadain, Fél. Prol. 291 .
5 rogab ic molad Dia cen dichell, PH 301 . rogab ag lānmarbadh
gan dichell, ZCP vi 56.31 . no fobertais gan diceall é, CCath.
339. 5755 (díthcel). lotar tar an abhainn gan díthchioll,
FM vi 2032 . a ttionóil chucca gan dichell gan erchoittmedh,
Hugh Roe 200 . d'fagbail Irruis D. gan dícheall without delay ,
10 Celt. Rev. iv 118 . g s. ní ráibhe gan díol da chuid | fer díchill
dibh na dermuitt there was not a man of them neglected or
forgotten without being satisfied from his store
, BNnÉ 287 .

2 díchell adjOnly in CCath.: in damrad dichell dur-dhoiligh
dasachtach ` frenzied ', CCath. 5379 . do damraidh dicell dásachtuigh,
15 5640 . is dicell (diceill, v.l.) is diciuin is deinmetach, 5412 .
Cf. díchéill?

3 díchell n o,m. See IGT Verbs § 54 , Decl. § 53 . effort, pains,
utmost endeavour . A late word common in mod. Ir. dod
chosnamh go ndicheall, ML 100 . mesaim co bfuil do dh. ¤ le
20dénam acat do chóta . . . d'iomchur I think you find it as much
as you can do
, SG 291.23 . ag denamh díchill gliocais using his
utmost ingenuity
, Rel. Celt. ii 198.32 . ní thiobhra rí innme as
ferr | don tí dá ndingne a dh. ¤ , O'Gr. Cat. 475 . do-ní an diabhal
dícheall ar a thoirmeasg, TSh. 2342 . go ndícheall ┐ go ndei-
25thide, 2250 . dogheibhim dícheall an chinidh seo somholta =
gentis istius diligentiam, Keat. i 40 . anba an dícheall so
terrible is your zeal
, Content. viii 9 . dorōnus mo dhithill
etorguide ar a shon I have done my best to pray for him, Fl.
Earls 144 . guidhfetsa for dhīthill, ib. fa n-a dhicheall to the
30best of his ability
, Keat. i 68 . go nuige a ndithchioll to the
utmost of their ability
, Celt. Rev. x 132 . grian do dhíthil déna
dhúin, Studies 1919, 73.4 . g s. as attrib.: uch nách dán
díchill mo dhán, DDána 38.16 .

díchellach adj(3 díchell) also díthch- o,ā earnest, painstaking:
35 tóraighgacht (sic) dithcheallac[h] a painstaking investigation,
O'Hussey TC 42 . feitheamh díthcheallach earnest expectation,
Rom. viii 19 . dithchiollach chum édala greedy of gain, Prov.
xv 27 . dithchiollach fa'n dteagasg críosduidhe d'fhoghluim,
Donl. 16 . Compar. dorinne sé urnuighe ní as díthchiolluighe
40 more earnestly, Luke xxii 44 . co dian ┐ co d. ¤ , SG 261 .

díchellad n(1 díchell) neglecting: níor bh'āil le Dia sgēla na
ndaoine do dhithchealadh God did not wish . . . to be forgotten(?),
Celt. Rev. x 141 .

díchelt (form of díchleth, vn. of do-ceil) concealing, conceal-
45ment; hidden place (?): do cleith nó do dicelt, Thes. ii 345 (gl.
on Hy. v 71 ). cen dicheilt (gl. cen tāide), Laws ii 352 ; iv 34 .
cin dichilt, v 138 . ar fath dichelta for the purpose of conceal-
ment
, 300 . atá i ndíchilt fo diamair | ac sīdib co saeb-riaglaib
the síd-dwellings are kept hidden by occult rules, LL 27b48 .
50 dognítis fianbotha i ndithrumaib ┐ i ndiceltaib in secret spots,
Cog. 60 .

díchelta (part. of do-ceil) hidden, secret: for cach ndūil is
dichealta it is hidden from every creature, Lec. 82b18 . cach
(sic leg.) taide .i. dichelta i necmais, Laws ii 352.10 (see Stud.
55in E. Ir. Law 3 ). ua dicheltai na dirmanna sin, Celt. Rev. ix
296 . is e ro toimsed cach ndicelta that used to divine every-
thing concealed
(of a seer), RC xv 319 . fá dhiamhraibh dí-
chealta, Cog. 114 . a marbad co ndíchelta secretly , SG 395.14 .
co torracht teachta co dichealta, Hugh Roe 24 . anait ann co
60dícealta in adhaigh sin, FM vi 1922 . See díchlethe.

1 dícheltair n(dí + celtar, cf. cel- conceal) covering, concealment,
disguise, invisibility, spell rendering invisible: díchealtair .i.
fé fiadha no duaithniughadh, oir ceilidh an té ar a mbi, O'Cl.
dodechaid d. ¤ tairsiu co nár árdraig fer díb, Trip.² 517 (=
65 nusquam comparuerunt, dempti ab oculis regis, Lat. Lives 8 ).
dorat [Uenir] dichealtair umpo ┐ dochuatar gan fhaiscin edir
na sluaghaib, Aen. 307 (= multo nebulae circum dea fudit
amictu [eos], Aen. i 412 ). focerd de co hobund in diceltair robai
tairis, 346 . tardad dícealtar tairsib, ZCP viii 103 = tucad
70cealtar tairsib, Ériu ii 186 . ní facatar in tír . . . ár tucad
[di]cheltcair dhiamair dráidechta tairrsi, SG 354 . Cf. celtar.

2 dícheltair n(dí priv. pref. + celtair spear-head) spear-shaft;
headless spear: dīceltair .i. crand gai cen iarn fair, Corm. Y
380 . ib. 698 . O'Dav. 497 s.v. celtair. díchealtair .i. crann ga,
75 O'Cl. dícheltir inna láim, LU 10974 (= Im. Brain i p. 47 ).
issed a ndíceltar robói isin gāi sin, 10988 (= Im. Brain 48 ).
co bfarcaibh a hiarn isin eoch co ná baoi laissiomh acht madh
an díchealtair ina dhurn, FM vi 2216 . dorattad cinn íarainn
for crandaibh gae ar ní bítis acht 'na ndichealtraib gan cinda
80forra gó sin, Leb. Gab. 134 .

díchenglad n u,m. untying, loosing, dissolving: d. ¤ cor mbél
dissolving verbal engagements, Laws iv 206.12 .

díchenglaid v(cenglaid) unties, dissolves: tri dond-nadm . . .
diceanglad a feicheamna three covenants which the parties who
85have claims dissolve
, Laws iv 60 . dichenglaiter cach chor cen
raith fine every contract is dissolved, 206 (text).