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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 .

díchnid ind= díchennaid: min dichnetar uili unless they be
10beheaded
, BB 370a48 (cf. RC xv 427 ). ródichned F., LL 164
marg. sup. rodichnead, Lec. 78a35 .

díchoél adj(coél) broad: ní slighe dío-chaol damh í, A. Ó Dálaigh
xx 15 .

? díchoélad ind(díchoél): atcota imed dicaolad, Anecd. iii 12.22 .

15 díchoém adj(coím) uncomely, ungracious; of inferior rank: is
tech ndagfir . . . nit dichoim a dorsidi `not unlovely (not of base
degree
?) are its doorkeepers, Thes. ii 292 (Ml. poems ii). ba maith
in máthair, ciarbo díchoem, Otia iii 47 . ni basi (leg. ba-sa?,
ed.) dichóim inbi | la ríg Maige F., ZCP ix 340 . ochtar saerdha
20. . . ┐ dias dirdha dicaemh two vassals, persons of inferior rank
(the allusion is to the migration of Partholón who with his
three sons—cethrur airech, LL 5a13 —and their respective
wives formed the `ochtar s.'), BB 23a52 . rannais do cach oen |
eter dícháem . . . ┐ fáth bas chaem both to lowly and exalted (?),
25 LL 29b49 . diles cach rochoém, indles cach ndichaém every-
thing very precious . . . everything of lesser value
, Laws iv
312.21 . cid cóem cid dícóem, 25 . As subst. ní bu hētach nach
dīc[h]ōimh the raiment of a churl, Fianaig. 14 .
As n.pr. f.: Díchóem, BDD 62 . bá Díchoem ainm a máthar,
30 Otia iii 47 . gen. mac Díchóime , ib. Aengus mac Dichoeme,
ib. As name of a river: Díchaem, TBC 4228 .

díchoimét ind(coimét) not keeping (?): is Fothairt co saidbri sēt,
| cen daidbri don dichoimed, BB 361a31 (dan dicoméd, cen
dichoimét, v.l. = dia n-iarmoracht, LL, cf. Met. Dinds.
35 iii 16 ).

díchoímna n(coémna?) discomfort (?): frithberta[cha] cóemnai,
cumnig díchaemnai `alive to discomfort' (enemies of ease,
always harping on worries
? of women), Tec. Corm. p. 32 .

díchoimsech adj o,ā (coimsech) immoderate, exorbitant: dáescar-
40sluag díc[h]oimsech an domain, ZCP viii 208 . sluagh diochra
dichoimseach, ML 84 . dorus díochuimseach `awfully wide',
88 . grād . . ┐ ba dermair doḟulaing dicoimsech é, Ériu v
146.26 .

díchoisc adj(cosc) ungovernable, unruly, refractory: midlaech
45cech d. ¤ , sái cech sochoisc, Tec. Corm. § 15 . in duine d. ¤ , LB
186a6 ( GJ iv 42 ). fa dobésach d. ¤ , ZCP viii 274 . in fherg ag
ruaimnedh a roisc | an gruaidhgheal as d. ¤ , IGT Decl. ex. 1232 .
do dhaoinibh domhúinte díochoisge, Keat. i 62 .
As n.pr. m. mac Dicosca , FM 868 . m. Diocosca , TFrag. 186 .

50 díchoisce n iā, f. (díchoisc) unruliness, refractoriness, petulance:
aithreach damh mo dhíochoisge, Dánta Gr. 61.1 . g s. bean
gan adbar dhícaisgi , Hy Maine 115b35 . Attrib. g s. ar lot
doiligh díchoisge our sore . . . unstaunchable wound, Rel. Celt.
ii 256 .

55 díchoiscthe adj(coiscid) that cannot be checked, unruly, refractory,
froward: an duine bhíos díochoisge doitheagaisg 'n-a olcaib,
TSh. 5913 . clocha dúra díochoisgthe an chiontaigh, 10479 .
ris na tri naimhdibh díochoisgithe, Donlevy xx .

Dícholl n.pr. m.: Dicholl, Mart. Don. Nov. 1 , Dec. 25 = Dí-
60chuill?

Díchollach n.pr. m.: mac Dicollaigh , BB 217e14 .

díchollna adj(colainn) fleshless, emaciated: diochollna .i. beith
gan cholainn. cailleach d. ¤ , O'Cl. caillech dhochraidh dicoll,
CCath. 4022 (leg. dichollna?).

65 ? díchomais: adj dicomais cach n-urlaind `every green is free',
Laws iii 252 . bopulscíath dub delgnach díchummais enor-
mous , LL 189a60 .

díchomlaind adj(comland) not to be matched in combat: ciar bo
dichomlaind Ercail do ch[ach] though Hercules had no match,
70 BB 419b52 = dichomlund, LL 225b46 ( TTr. 636 ).

díchomond adj(comann) unratified (?): gabai raith dichomond .i.
ni rabai arach riu remi, O'Don. 2410 ( Rawl. B 506, 52c ).

díchomsid adj(comsid): ragníít catha daingni díchomsidi very
powerful , LL 239b12 ( TTr. 1684 ).

75 díchonair adj(conar) pathless, impassable: diochonair pathless,
P.O'C. d'éirghiodar 'na ndruing ndíoghain ndíochonair-
chleathach `impregnably wattled', CRR p. 82 .

díchond xsee díchuind.

díchondelg adj(condelg) without a covenant: intan is dicoindelg
80cach crich (.i. in tan nā bī breithem ac in bidbuidh nō ac in
feichemuin is and berar cach digeand co rig) ` uncovenanted ',
Laws iv 50 . Cf. beith co borblabhartach dicondilgi, Ir. Texts
iv 27.6 .

díchondircil adj(condarcol) pitiless, rigorous, severe: is é in dána
85dichondircil, TBC 5417 ; cf. drongbhuidhen dhána dhichonir-
chil, FM v 1758 . a doeráin dúr-cride dícondircil, PH 3929 .
druing díumsaig díchonaircella in betha, Alex. 435 . gabhait
aga ndiubhraccadh go dian . . . díchoinnircill, FM vi 2130 .
See dochonnercil.