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díchleth ā,f. vn. of do-ceil concealing, concealment (usually
with obj. gen. of thing hidden and AR of person from whom
it is hidden): ní bíodh dícleith dó uirre it (viz. the monastery)
was not hidden from him
(of a monastery submerged beneath
70a lake), SG 88 . asbert nar ba cóir d. ¤ ind ecna to conceal wisdom,
Alex. 811 . airet rofētar dic[h]lid in sceōil as long as the tidings
can be kept secret
, CCath. 1078 . rogáid in bean do L. a díchleith
(dichlidh, YBL) begged L. to keep it secret, Corm. 34 s.v. orc
treith. at-roaside díchleith n-aire it could not hide itself from
75him
, BDD² 1468 . ni toill form a dithchleth (sic MS.) fort-su
I cannot hide it from thee, Aen. 681 . robói ind úir imbi do cach
leth día diclith, TBC² 457(LU). an ríg ráin | fil cin dic[h]lith
cen dígbáil, BColm. 48 . forcetal gan dicleith on aiti for in
dalta `without reservation', Laws v 96 Comm. cend Eoin
80Bauptaist . . . fo d. ¤ talman hidden underground, PH 920 .
romairestar o aimsir dilenn fo d. ¤ , Fél. p. 258 ( Dec. 11 ). tibra
fil fa díthchleith la tri deoghbhaire, Anecd. ii 2 . crann fil fa
dhíchleith, ib. ni bid ni fo dichlith | dia rusc, BB 397b7 .
┐ se 'ca dichleith ar na clerchib hiding from the clerics, Lec.
85 163b45 . tárga fós corn Duibdithre | gid do bádhas ga dhi-
cleith, SG 138 = Acall. 1991 . ro an-somh . . . aga dícleith . . .
i n-uarbhothaibh uaiccneacha, FM vi 2260 . ni beo ca dichlith
a rí | rombeo it rígthreib frim ré let me not conceal it, Rawl.
79b44 ( ZCP i 497 ). g s. doberar celtchair (= celtair) dhichlethi
imon ingin, Lism. L. 2828 . celtair diclithe būi imbe, RC xxv
5348 . Cf. also Laws iv 60 : bean fri[s] tabar coibche i ndichligh
seach a athair secretly, instead of to her father (viz. passing
over her father to whom it was due). pl. a tlac[h]ta folaig ┐
a ndicleit[h]e druadh `magic concealments', CCath. 4318
(possibly part. = `occulta', secrets, mysteries ?). dicleit .i.
10dichell .i. diubairt, O'Don. Suppl. ( H. 2. 15, 54b ). See also
díchelt.

? dichlet(h)ach: adj combuich dorar ndian ndicletach do mac
buadhach Bresail, LL 387a28 .

díchlethe (part. of do-ceil) hidden, concealed: ? a A. . . . a
15diclethi o cathaib fris roheccomurc, BB 497a14 ( IT ii2 103 ).
Cf. also CCath. 4318 : a ndicleit[h]e druadh. As n.pr. D. ¤ Ua
Triallaigh, Hy Fiachr. 38 ; Lec. 163b19 (.i. ar an gcleth dorona
ar fén ag eulódh ó a bhráithribh the concealment he made of
himself
, Hy Fiachr. 40 ). See díchelta.

20 díchlethid v(díchleth) hides, conceals (with FOR of person from
whom hidden): co rodíclithset [na neóil] soillsi na gréine arin
loingis, Aen. 222 . co rodicleit[h]set solsi ind láei forru,
CCath. 5663 . pass. pf. rodícleith (= rodichleithit?), FM v
1410 .

25 díchlid xsee do-ceil, do-cíallathar.

Díchloch n.pr. m.: gen. Cillini Droich[thech] mac Dichlocha ,
Fél. p. 210 ( Sept. 23 ).

díchlochad n m. (cloch) clearing away of stones: diclochad hi
Mide, Dinds. 3 ( RC xv 290 ). dichlochad más már-Mide to
30clear stones from the Bottoms of great M.
, Met. Dinds. ii 6 .
dichlochad Midi, LU 10878 .

? díchloidem adj(claideb) swordless: seirn oní i[s] sertum .i. is
gnath seirt im chend neich iar mbreth buada .i. dicloidem .i.
suetaig (i.e. without a sword, in fine attire?), Fél. lix ( Mar. 15 ).

35 ? díchma adj(= díchuma?): fuil leam dhaoibh díochma sgeóil
I have for you an insupportable news, ML 122 .

Díchmaid n.pr. i,m. gen. mac Dichmada , Rawl. 144c31
(= m. Dichmachda , Lec. 225d40 ). Lec. 226b5 .

? díchmaig ind(: díthruib, SR 6335 , 6339 , 6401 , sídaig, LL 34b53 ,
40 níthaig, Met. Dinds. ii 36 ): cein bae David d. ¤ dil | is dithruib,
SR 6401 ; David d. ¤ , 6339 . ba d. ¤ cen díth | is dithraib i mbai
(leg. robāi) David, 6335 . ni bia debaid d. ¤ de, LL 34b53 ( Ériu
iv 108 ). ós lecht ḟir déin d. ¤ dúir, Met. Dinds. ii 36 . rí rocés
croich crúaid ar dōine digmaig, LL 124b22 ( Death-tales 10 .
45 Cf. doine ndicmairc, ib. 12 ). tecoid na Fomoire co mbatar a
(= i?) ndichmaid a Scetne, RC xii 86 .

díchmairc n(comarc) without asking, without permission (absol.
or with i n-, folld. by gen. of pers.): dicmairc .i. cin athcomarc,
Corm. Y 485 . dóig 's a d. ¤ a athar dodechaid in mac bec
50 without his father's leave, TBC 5576 (a ndicmairc, St., a
ndichmhairc, H). d. ¤ a athar, TBC² 3373 . luid D. for aithed
dichmaircc hUlad without asking leave of the Ulstermen, IT i
143 = can ḟis do Ultaib, ZCP v 500 . Hence unpermitted or
unlawful act (esp. of using or appropriating the property of
55another without leave): co cléir nád char d. ¤ that loved not
lawlessness
, Fél. Aug. 16 . diam d. ¤ (.i. can fiarfaighidh d'fir
bunaidh, p. 172), Laws i 166 . ma d. ¤ , iv 156 . asrenar aithguin
cach d. ¤ (.i. cach errach berar o neoch cen athcomarc), ii 352 .
na maith nach d. ¤ , v 466 . cen acht fo mám aurlatad, | cen d. ¤
60co bás, Ériu iii 106 . cen nach nd. ¤ , 96 . rodilga Dia don fraic |
ina nderna do d. ¤ , Anecd. ii 31 , cf. Moling § 26 . nech rofindadar
ní do goí no d. ¤ fadesin who is conscious of any falsehood or un-
lawful gains
, Ériu vii 158 § 19 . nech imberoibra d. ¤ praindi
. . . ara brathair who filches some of his brother's pittance, 148 .
65 omun d. ¤ fear of doing anything outside the rule, LB 260b83 . As
attrib.: fuatach d. ¤ abduction without consent, Laws iii 540 .
bleith d. ¤ `grinding without permission', v 474 , cf. iii 234.19 .
dufuetar an obul dichmair (leg. -mairc) the forbidden apple,
Ériu vii 164 . rī rocēs croich coirtar doine ndicmairc, Death-
70tales 12 (but cf. doine digmaig, ib. 10). an trú | dár dhíoch-
mharc uatha an t-onchú `to whom the leopard-like prince was
as spoils to be seized
', Ó Bruad. iii 50 . diochmairc .i. goid,
O'Cl. díochmhairc goid, Met. Gl. 24 . As n.pr. m. Cóir Anm.
286 . Coirpre Dichmaircc, Rawl. 119a10 . mac Dichmairc,
75 BB 142a22 . Lec. 230b48 .

díchmarcach adj(díchmairc) doing that which is unpermitted or
unlawful: is d. ¤ , nach adchí gataid a lám, Rawl. B 512, 32a16
( Ir. Texts i 5 § 13 ). slóg . . . gatach . . . dichmaircech, O'Don.
712 ( H. 3.17 519 ) = dichmarcach .i. ar eigin, O'C. 1765
80( 23 P 6, 36a ).

Dichne n.pr. m. gen. mac Dichne , LL 337a63 .

díchned n(= díchennad) u,m. beheading: díchneadh .i. dichean-
nadh, O'Cl. (a) in lit. sense (rare): mad ail a m-marbad co
mer, | is é a ndamnad, a ndíchned [ditned, dítean, v.l.] `to
85subdue and behead them
', Met. Dinds. iii 164 . (b) metr.
cutting off the initial or final letter of a word: is é in dichned
(.i. dicennad (M)) .i. a chend do gaid dond cul (sic) ┐ cen ní ele
ina hinad ut dixit poeta . . . a ri rú rá . . . is rún rán rodlecht,
LU 444 = RC xx 150 . d. ¤ tuis loss of initial, Auraic. 1986
(e.g. épe = tépe, ib. 390 ). d. ¤ derid apocope (also d. ¤ without
5qual. gen.), 2000 (e.g. fe < fer, 1806 ; be < ben, 1852
ne < nem, 1875 ). carr .i. carn donither fair ┐ dichned derid
fuil ann, Corm. Y 337 : cf. 159 , 1062 . pl. dichneda, Auraic.
2149 . See also RC xv 457 . LL 164 marg. sup. Lec. 78a35 .